# Posts by MAX

Total # Posts: 844

1. ### Physics

Can somebody help me with this question? Assume you live in a Einsteinian universe with the speed of light being only 60 k /hr. First you see a bicyclist at rest and later you see the same cyclist moving at 55 km/hr. Describe quantities that would change.
2. ### English

Thanks Ms. Sue, although that question was actually complex:/ Not sure why tho
3. ### English

Can you check if these sentences are simple, fragment, compound, or complex?: "Since the movie would last two hours, after dropping off the kids, mother decided to go shopping." Complex? "Kelly read The Plague as her summer novel." Simple? "Lawmakers ...
4. ### Physics

A photon a. is a quantum of light b. is a wave c. means bundle of energy(I think it's this one)
5. ### Physics

It's True for the last one
6. ### Physics

Ah, I see, I confused matter with mass.
7. ### Physics

The atomic number of an element is determined by the number of electrons in the nucleus of the atom. True False*** The motion of electrons can be predicted precisely. True False*** Leptons are found in the nucleus of atoms. True False*** Matter can change its form but it ...
8. ### English

After Jody slaps Janie, Hurston writes: "Janie stood where he left her...until something fell off the shelf inside her. Then she went there to see what it was. It was her image of Jody tumbled down and shattered." The passage is an example of Select one: A. ...
9. ### Math

Whoops I'm wrong it's the first one
10. ### Math

The third one: z = -6 cis 3pi/2
11. ### Math

Write z = 2(sqrt)2 + 2(sqrt)2i in polar form. z = 4(sqrt)2 (cos pi/4 + i sin pi/4) z = 4 (cos pi/4 + i sin pi/4) z = 4 (cos 5pi/4 + i sin 5pi/4) z = 4 (cos pi/2 + i sin pi/2) Write z = -6i in polar form. z = 6 cis 3pi/2 z = 6 cis pi/2 z = -6 cis 3pi/2 x = 6(sqrt)2 cis 3pi/2 I...
12. ### social studies

what could a young man do if he did not pass the civil service test in the han dynasty
13. ### English

Jazz's growing appeal and popularity paralleled a growing American ________. This is a fill in the blank. I have no bank of vocabulary to choose from. The sites I had to read were Jazz: A Musical Discussion and two PBS sites: the Roaring 20's and The Great Depression. ...
14. ### Physics

If you disconnect the wires from the battery and then reconnect them at the opposite ends of the battery, how does that change the direction of the charge flow? The direction of the charge flow is the same as the question The direction of the charge flow still varies in ...
15. ### Physics

The direction of an Electric Field is the direction a negative test charge will move in the field a positive test charge will move in the field either a positive or a negative test charge will move in the field*** the test charge may be either negative or positive The ...
16. ### Math

The graph of f(x), a trigonometric function, and the graph of g(x) = c intersect at n points over the interval 0 <= x <= 2pi. There are m algebraic solutions to the equation f(x) = g(x), where m > n. Which of the following functions are most likely to be f(x)? f(x) = ...
17. ### social studies

Most men failed the civil service test by the Han dynasty. If a young man did not pass, what could do?
18. ### Math

Yes, it was A:) Thank you, Steve!
19. ### Math

Which of the following expressions is equivalent to (cos(3x))/sin(x)cos(x))? csc(x) cos(2x) - sec(x) sin(2x) sec(x) cos(2x) - csc(x) sin(2x) sec(x) cos(x) - csc(x) sin(x) csc(x) cos(x) - sec(x) sin(x) This is my last question and I've tried solving it repeatedly but now I ...
20. ### English (essay question)

Great, thank you so much, bobpursley!:)
21. ### English (essay question)

Hi, I'm doing an assignment which requires me to choose two of Mark Twain's quotes (from a certain page) and answer the following questions: 1. What is the essential cultural observation or situation being satirized? What clues lead you to this conclusion? 2. What ...
22. ### Trigonometry

Yes, I'm very sorry, the last two are meant to be cos, and I was debating whether it was C or D, thank you for your help!:)
23. ### Trigonometry

The number of hours of daylight in a city in the northern hemisphere shows periodic behavior over time. - The average number of daylight hours is 12 - The maximum number of daylight hours is 14.4 - The period is 365 days - The day with the least sunlight is december 20 which ...
24. ### Math

A tree house is being constructed with support beams that create right triangles. If the legs of the triangle created measure 2.5 ft and 3 ft, what are the angle measures of the non-right angles? 39.8 and 50.2 ***** 68.5 and 21.5 87.6 and 2.4 56.4 and 33.6
25. ### History

Wow 0_0, that's crazy. It really sucks that stuff like that happened. Thank you for the help, Ms. Sue
26. ### History

This is what I added in: This era goes to show how democracy is important. Freedom and involvement of the people is key. Accounting for citizens is important in sustaining a healthy environment. America is a free country, and having a movement that dictates our very livelihood...
27. ### History

During the cold war, people were afraid of communists, both outside and inside the United States. The red scare and McCarthyism that grew out of these fears was damaging to the American way of life. During the McCarthy years, many of the freedoms guaranteed in he bill of ...
28. ### Physics

omg I just figured it out, I got it! Sorry!
29. ### Physics

I did this equation and I got 1 hp = 14063.29113924. But I don't think this is all there is to it? I'm sorry I sound stupid but I'm still stuck:(
30. ### Physics

Can someone help me with the formula of horsepower? In my lesson, it shows me how power = ft*lb/s... but then it kinda stops and doesn't tell me how to find hp from this. I tried searching online but I'm still confused. There's something about watts and that it'...
31. ### Math

Yes, it is the second and fourth one:) Thanks, Steve!
32. ### Math

The second and fourth one?
33. ### Math

Justin wants to evaluate 3cot(-5pi/4). Which of the following identities can he use to help him? Select two answers. cot(-theta) = cot(theta) cot(-theta) = -cot(theta) cot(-theta) = cot(-theta) cot(theta + pi) = cot(theta) cot(theta + 2pi) = cot(theta)
34. ### Math

I seriously still have no idea, my friend suggested it's tan and cot, would this be correct?
35. ### Math

Which of the following functions have a vertical asymptote for values of theta such that cos theta = 1? Select two answers. y = sin theta y = cos theta y = tan theta y = sec theta y = csc theta y = cot theta I know what all these functions look like, but I don't know what ...
36. ### English

Okay, great, thank you so much, Ms. Sue
37. ### English

Okay, I apologize in advance for the ridiculously long text, but here's the only two places where "let no man" is found: I can think of no one objection, that will possibly be raised against this proposal, unless it should be urged, that the number of people will...
38. ### English

So, in regards to this, what would .4 mean? 3. would be about me saying why my (satirical) solution would be correct, but I still don't know what 4. means:/ (To me, it sounds like the exact same as 3.)
39. ### English

I'm starting to write out the MeToo movement and your right, way too challenging and convoluted! I'll do the social media.
40. ### English

Actually, I think I could bring in the whole gender equality aspect. I will originally propose that we should just eliminate all men in an attempt to prevent harassment and then slowly descend into the fact that if this condition (gender equality) is not met, then the whole ...
41. ### English

I was thinking of discussing the #MeToo movement with the satirical solution that we should kill off all men, but then I realized I would write myself into a corner because women are abusers too, etc. (I don't know, do you think this is an ok idea, Ms. Sue?) Sports is a ...
42. ### English

Hello, I'm supposed to do an essay with the following instructions: 1. An introduction of the issue and its impact on society 2. An outlandish proposal 3. An enumerated list of at least four reasons your proposal will work. 4. A list of practical solutions that "no ...
43. ### Science

Also does anyone know how to turn down the screen brightness on a Dell laptop
44. ### Science

Volcanoes often form belts along plate boundaries. How does the piece of art illustrate that the statement holds true for North America?
45. ### Science

Oh sorry Ms. Sue typos just a second
46. ### AP history

What were the major differences between the first burst of European global expansion from the 16th through the early 18th centuries and the era of Western Imperialist dominance from the middle 19th century to the outbreak of World War I in 1914?

48. ### Math

Suppose theta is an angle in standard position with cos theta > 0. In which quadrants could the terminal side of theta lie? Select two answers. I II III IV I don't know what this means:(
49. ### Math

Actually... I sent this in and the answer was 3/5.
50. ### Math

Crap, my bad, I'm so dumb, it's 3/5
51. ### Math

Whoopsie, it's 4/5 then
52. ### Math

If theta is the smallest angle in a right triangle with side lengths of 3, 4, and 5 units, then what does sin theta equal? 3/4*** (???) 3/5 4/5 5/3
53. ### Math

This ends up giving me 3pi/4, which is what I've been getting... at this rate I'm pretty sure I'm going something wrong, I don't know what to do from here.
54. ### Math

Which of the following could be a coterminal angle for -5pi/4? 19pi/4 7pi/4 -17pi/4 -25pi/4 I've done my math twice, but I can't seem to get the right answer:( pls help?
55. ### Math

Which of the following values best approximates of the length of c in triangle ABC where c = 90(degrees), b = 12, and B = 15(degrees)? c = 3.1058 c = 12.4233 c = 44.7846 c = 46.3644 In triangle ABC, find b, to the nearest degree, given a = 7, b = 10, and C is a right angle. 35...

Thank you!
57. ### English

Oh gosh, I'm so sorry, here's the question: According to the writer what should be taught to the young before they go out into the streets?
58. ### English

I think it is the "Alphabet of thinking"
59. ### English

Please read the first paragraph of G.K. Chesterton's "The Philosophy of the Schoolroom" and answer the following question. "What modern people want to be made to understand is simply that all argument begins with an assumption; that is, with something that ...
60. ### math

if milk costs 3.45 per gallon how much does it cost per ounce
61. ### English

Actually, it was just "the speech is famous." I guess its because that Lincoln had already claimed that the battle would be remembered, so it was unnecessary to say it again... I think that's a little stupid of the question, but whatever
62. ### English

Ok, that's what I thought of at first, I was just going for the more "ironic" answer, but I suppose "the speech is famous & people have not forgotten" is more accurate
63. ### English

The Gettysburg Address The phrase "The world will little note nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here" is ironic because a. everyone has forgotten the speech. b. the speech is famous and people have not forgotten what the men ...
64. ### Java

The Daily Gazette accepts classified ads in several categories. For most ads, the newspaper charges 10 cents per word for the first 50 words, and 8 cents per word for every word after that. Design the Javascript for a program that accepts data about an ad: customer name, ad ...
65. ### Java

Design a flowchart for a program that prompts the user to enter ten numbers one at a time. After the user has entered all ten number the program will then print out the total of those ten number and quit.
66. ### Geomtry

In ?ABC, m?ACB = 90°, and m?ACD = 45°. Find AC, if CD = 6 2 in. How do I know the lengths of the sides if I only know the altitude?
67. ### Math

Wait-- I made a dumb typo. I think it's 71.3 (oh my gosh I'm dying)
68. ### Math

Ok, I'm so sorry, but I got so lost. For some reason, (I think) I'm getting it wrong at determining a(1). I don't know what the heck I'm doing, but I've gotten either 5.9, -5.9, or 11.1 for a(1) and none of them work for the other formula. I feel super dumb...
69. ### Math

I swear, last question! Calculate S(31) for the arithmetic sequence in which a(9) = 17 and the common difference is d = -2.1 -46 -29.2 32.7 71.3 Usually, I can figure these out but I'm stuck:(
70. ### Math

haha I just figured it out too and now I feel stupid, but thank you!
71. ### Math

Write the first five terms of the sequence defined by the recursive formula a(n) = 2*(a(n - 1)) + 5 with a(1) = -3 -3, -10, -24, -43, -81 -3, -1, 3, 11, 27 -3, 2, 7, 12, 17 -3, 4, 18, 46, 102 I'm trying to do this the way I've always done them (and gotten them right in...
72. ### Math

I get the last one: 4,726/3
73. ### Math

Calculate S(68) for the arithmetic sequence a(n) = (2/3)n + 1/6 87/2 273/6 139/3 4,726/3
74. ### Math

That's interesting, I was super wrong 0_0 I guess its the middle two... Wait, is this because this is geometric and not arithmetic? Because I got answer a through adding and doing the mean thing... is that where I went wrong?
75. ### Math

Calculate the missing terms of the geometric sequence ..., 2048, ?, ?, ?, 8, ... Select all that apply. 1,538, 1,028, 518 ***** 1,534, 1,020, 514 512, 128, 32 -512, 128, -32 -1,534, 1,020, -514 -1,538, 1,028, -518 I have to pick 2 options. I know the first one is correct, but ...
76. ### Math

Oh ok, thank you so much.
77. ### Math

Calculate the sum of the infinite series 72 + 60 + 50 + 125/3 + ... 489 432 360 307 Can someone please help me with this one? I can never solve these on my own:(
78. ### English

I think it's colloquialism.
79. ### English

Okay, thank you, you've been a huge help. One more thing real quick (if you don't mind), do you think "So, what's up?" is a slang term or a colloquialism? I feel like it could be both.
80. ### English

According to the lesson and the diction page it provides me to study from defines "sexist language" as words or expressions that promote gender stereotypes (some words such as he and she are sometimes not needed; not all gender determining language can be eliminated...
81. ### English

I know what you mean, that's why I'm having so much trouble with this:/ It also sucks because I'd hate to get even one wrong because each question is worth 5 points:( (This is AP, but even so... some of the questions go beyond hard and right into absurdity, in my ...
82. ### English

1. The defendant pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of petty theft. loaded words***** jargon 2. This medicine can produce harmful side effects. jargon loaded words***** 3. So, what's up? slang colloquialism***** 4. She is a young actress of great potential. cliche sexist ...
83. ### Math

for #1, I get a; -729 for #2, I get: c; \$249,033.78 Are these correct?
84. ### Math

Find a(7) in the geometric series in which S(5) = -61 and the common ratio is -3. -729 -574 2,680 2,188 Jamison just started a new job as a firefighter earning an annual salary for 38,500.00. his contract states that he will receive a 3% salary increase every year after his ...
85. ### Math

Answer 3 was correct, but the 1st and 2nd one were not. I think the first one might have been c and the 2nd one was d, 16.
86. ### Math

Calculate S(17) for the geometric series 256 - 128 + 64 - 32 + ... using the finite geometric sum formula. Round your answer to three decimal places. 170.668 0.004 511.996 168,151.254 Find a(5) for the geometric sequence in which S(6) = 63 and the common ratio r = 2. -16 1 31 ...
87. ### English

Ok, that helps me a lot, thank you! The awkward thing was that the writer never actually gave a "definite opinion." He did vouch for some books being secluded (which I personally agree with) and drawing a parallel between how we should publicly treat the books and ...
88. ### English

I have an essay to write based on this question, but I'm unsure of exactly what it wants me to analyze/write about: More than one hundred years ago, a writer for the Atlantic Monthly confronted an issue that is still timely. Read the following essay carefully. Then write ...
89. ### Math

I think it's 8.3
90. ### Math

A rubber ball is dropped from the top of a building, which is 40 ft. above the ground. Each time the ball hits the sidewalk, it rebounds 77% of its previous height. How high will the ball rebound after its sixth bounce? Round your answer to the nearest 10th. 8.3 ft. 10.5 ft. ...
91. ### Chemistry

The following data was obtained by Odar Sverk when he completed this investigation: a) 220 mL of acid (0,1 M HCl) was added to two tablets of Divol , a brand of antacid. The total mass of the two tablets was 2.50 g. 15 mL of base was used to complete the analysis. Find the A.C...
92. ### Math

A hyperbola is represented by the equation x^2/9 - (y - 1)^2 = 1. Identify the asymptotes of the graph. Out of the options I'm given, it's either these two: y = (sqrt5/3) x + 1 and y = -(sqrt5/5) x + 1 y = (sqrt5/3) (x + 1) and y = -(sqrt5/5) (x + 1) The answer I keep ...
93. ### Math

A parabolic microphone used on the sidelines of a professional football game uses a reflective dish 24 inches wide and 6 inches deep. How far from the bottom of the disk should the microphone be placed? a.) 6 in b.) 5.8 in c.) 5.2 in d.) 4 in I tried solving this on my own but...
94. ### Physics

Okay, then it should be b) - there are 4 arrows and they're all equal:) Thank you so much!
95. ### Physics

Mark's physics book is on the desk. Mark pushes horizontally (from the side) on the book, but the book does not move. Which force diagram represents the force on the physics book? You may neglect air resistance. a) A box with two arrows, one pointing up and one pointing ...
96. ### Physics

Yes, that answer along with the other question I posted were both correct! Thanks again:)
97. ### Physics

Ok, thank you for your input:) I'll get back about the answer. If possible, could you please look at the other question I posted?
98. ### Physics

A ball thrown by Ginger is moving upward through the air. Which force diagram represents the forces on the ball? You may neglect the effects of air resistance. a) only down force b) only up force c) both forces d) both forces (but down is larger/longer). I am unsure if it is a...
99. ### Physics

Great, thank you:)
100. ### Physics

As the distance between two masses increases, the gravitational force of attraction between them A. decreases*** B. increases C. remains the same Is this correct?