# Posts by MArie

Total # Posts: 1,493

**dr bob**

how much heat would be required to warm Earths ocean by 1.0 degrees C assuming that the volume is 137*10^7 km ^3 and the density of sea water is 1.03 g/cm 3. also assume that the heat capacity of seawater is the same as that of water

**math**

I just need a little help I got this far and got stuck again. 0.10 mm=0.010cm V= (4/3) (0.010cm) ^3= 1.3333x10^-06 M= (1.3333*10^-06cm^3)*(4.0*10^14g/cm ^3) =

**math**

how much heat would be required to warm Earths ocean by 1.0 degrees C assuming that the volume is 137*10^7 km ^3 and the density of sea water is 1.03 g/cm 3. also assume that the heat capacity of seawater is the same as that of water

**math**

calculate the mass in kilograms of a small piece of a neutron star the size of a spherical pebble with a radius of 0.10 mm. 0.10 mm=0.010cm V=(4/3)(0.010cm)^3= M= ( i got this far now I am lost please help

**chem/math**

hang on I don't know why it keeps doing that. how much heat would be required to warm Earths ocean by 1.0 degrees C assuming that the volume is 137*10^7 km ^3 and the density of sea water is 1.03 g/cm 3. also assume that the heat capacity of seawater is the same as that of...

**chem/math**

how much heat would be required to warm Earth¡¯s oceans by 1.0 ¡ãC? Assume that the volume of Earth¡¯s oceans is 137 x ¡¼10¡½^7 ¡¼km¡½^3 and that the density of sea water is 1.03 g/cm3. Also...

**chem/math**

How much heat would be required to warm Earth¡¯s oceans by 1.0 ¡ãC? Assume that the volume of Earth¡¯s oceans is 137 x ¡¼10¡½^7 ¡¼km¡½^3 and that the density of sea water is 1.03 g/cm3. Also...

**chem**

A NASA satellite showed that in 2003 the ozone hole was much larger than it was in 2002. The 2003 hole measured 1.04 x ¡¼10¡½^7 ¡¼mi¡½^2 in diameter, while the diameter of the 2002 hole was 6.9 x ¡¼10¡&...

**chem**

Global warming refers to the rise in average global temperature due to the increased concentration of certain gases, called greenhouse gases, in our atmosphere. Earth¡¯s oceans, because of their high heat capacity, can absorb heat and therefore act to slow down ...

**Astronomy**

According to Newton's second law, when the same force acts on two bodies, the body with the larger mass will have the ________ acceleration.

**Math**

sin2x-cosx (0<=x<=180)

**Biology (immune system)**

How does the immune system help maintain homeostasis? Help me please :(

**biology /cell analogy**

Can you help me find an everyday object that has a similar function as : 1-Golgi Bodies an example 2-Lysosome an example kitchen garberator 3- peroximes example a gym 4-Vesicules/vacuoles an example water bottle 5-Cytoskeleton an example 6-Microvilli an example 7- Cilia an ...

**english**

thanks

**english**

Hello! My name's Marie,I'm 16 I live in Paris and I'm bad in english,(so sorry for my neglish)I must do a homework and I would like that you correct my mistakes, please... It's your language (mercy) :) I used pictures to tell the story of a slave One June day ...

**Chemistry (acids and bases)**

Calculate pH, pOH, [H+], [OH-], and Ka for a 0.026 M solution of HI (a strong acid). Please help me :(

**Math**

Out of a group of (50,000) births, the number of people, f(x), surviving to age (x) is modeled by the function f(x)=5000 square root 100-x. To what age will (20,000) people in the group survive?

**English**

so it's c?

**English**

What is the best way to revise this sentence " Make your decisions about what features are important to you." A. Make decisions about what features are important to you. C. Decide what features are important to you.

**English**

Which transition phrase should be added to the beginning of this sentence " Ask the salesperson to explain the store's return and exhange policy" A. Before you leave the store, B. After you finish, is it A?

**English**

Oh isee what you mean!

**English**

I believe D

**English**

yes they are "it" sorry I put "it's" by accident

**English**

What is the best way to revise this sentence? Sometimes a purchase doesn't live up to all the things it's advertising says about it. A. Sometimes a purchase doesn't live up to what it says. B. Somestimes a purchase doesn't live up to it's advertising. C. ...

**Math**

What do you do to the first inequality to get the second inequality?

**Math**

x + 8 < 11; x < 3 help!!

**Chemistry**

How would I go about doing this problem? 146 mL of wet H2 gas is collected over water at 29.0 degrees C and room pressure of 750 torr. Give the volume of the dry H2 gas collected at STP, give the mass of the dry H2 collected, and give the volume of the dry H2 at room ...

**MATH**

CAN SOMEONE HELP ME FIND THE GCF OF THIS POLYNOMIAL? 6x^4+18x^2=

**Chemistry - double replacement +balancing equation**

CuSO4 + Na2CO3 <-> I don't know how to do this :( somebody help me :( i think its CuSO4 + Na2CO3 <-> Cu3(CO3)2 + Na2SO4 I have no idea how to balance this. Heelllppp

**math**

thnx so much!

**math**

Help! Urgemt Constant term of (x-(2/x^2))^9 is?? I expanded it and ended up with (1)^9 and (-2)^9. Im stuck as to wat to do from here. should i add? or... what??

**Chemistry- Decomposition**

What is the decomposition of AgC2H3O2? AgC2H3O2->?

**Confidentiality in Allied Health Essay**

Can you help me please I have two weeks be fore the alound time for this I do not understand what to do...

**Biology**

Why doesn't blood clot in your blood?

**Managerial Communications**

What are some manager audience characteristics that I should consider while presenting quarterly sales information?

**Chemistry**

What volume of a 0.176 M Na2S solution contains 1.01 g of Na+ ions? Please show work, I appreciate your help

**english**

The mortals are the pygmalion and Aphrodite in the myth of pygmalion is that right? help me please.

**english**

Ok the answer will be pigmalion is the only mortal because Aphrodite is the goddess can you help me please?

**english**

So the only mortal was Galeatea right?

**english**

In the story of pygmalion and galatea what mortals are involved? Can you explain what they mean . ?

**physics**

a 75.0 kilogram skier is at the top of a hill that is thirty degrees above the horizontal. the skier starts form and then travels down the hill which is 100 meters long. the skier at the bottom of the hill instantaneously then travels on flat horizontal snow. the coeefficient ...

**Music The Classical Era**

The______ is an essential characteristic of the sonata form.

**Physics**

From the edge of a 25 m building, a student threw s rock up 35 m/s and it landed on the ground. How long was the rock in the air?

**College Chemistry 100**

The topic is about acids, bases, and salts. The two equations are given: H20 + HCL -> H30 + CL; H20 + HC2H3O2 <-> H30 + C2H3O2 The question is: A solution with a volume of one liter contains 0.45 mole HC2H3O2 and 0.48 mole C2H3O2 ion. (Ka for HC2H302 is 1.82 x 10-5) ...

**Math**

jim uses his calculator to see if a number n having eight or fewer digits is divisible by a number d. He finds that n/d has a display of 32. does d/n? why?

**Biology/help please**

I am a being from another planet, please explain to me which is alive: a clock or a fish? Compare the two, similarities and differences.Can you help me answer this question ? thank you.

**algebra**

Solve this equation 3(a+2)+5=2a+4

**Chemistry**

Microwave radiation is absorbed by the water in food. As the water absorbs the heat it causes the food to get hot. If the λ of a microwave is 10 cm, calculate the frequency of the microwave and the energy of each photon.

**AP Chemistry**

partial pressure for He: 582 torr & 18 torr for xe

**Chemistry**

Microwave radiation is absorbed by the water in food. As the water absorbs the heat it causes the food to get hot. If the λ of a microwave is 10 cm, calculate the frequency of the microwave and the energy of each photon.

**math**

1/4,5/16,7/16,1/2

**math**

Cool mind teaser! -1, -6, 3, 68, 255, 654, 1379 Whats the patttern?

**bio**

Are all hairs on body the same structurally? explain. help please

**chemistry**

a little help please? Anyone? can someone explain to me the trend in radii of O2-, F-, Na+, and Mg+

**Early Childhood Education**

D. stainless steel

**Early Childhood Education**

Children should not be served drinks in containers made of A.Styroform. B. uninsulated paper C. treated ceramic D.stainless steel

**english**

I have to write a eulogy for Juliet. And every sentence have 10 sylables can you check my work please. Juliet was good,young,and full of love she was born a short 13 years ago. she was always polite,never talked back, she was in love too much with Romeo. And to be with him she...

**math**

in a bag of red and black jellybeans, 136 are red and the remainer are black jellybeans. If 15% of the jellybeans in the bag are black, what is the total number of jellybeans in the bag?

**english**

act 1 secne 4 romeo and rosaline act 2 secne 1 Mercutio is foil for romeo act 1 secne 1 benvolio and tybalt

**english**

foil is character who provides contrast to another character. I FOUND ONE IN (ACT1,SCENE 4 LINE 27-28) ,(ACT 2 SCENE I LINE9-11)and I just found the 3 one (act1 scene1 line 69-73) can check if is right ?thank you

**english**

I found 2 foil character in ROMEO AND JULIET can need one more please with (act and scene and line)thank for your help.

**10th grade**

a tree casts a shadow that is 20 feet long. the angle of elevation from the end of the shadow to the top of the tree is 66 degrees. Determine the height of the tree to the nearest foot.

**Math**

what's your math ?

**Math**

Yes!! THANK YOU SO MUCH..that's what I thought but wasn't really sure

**Math**

Make 10 by adding 8+5

**Math**

2,3 & 5

**Math**

Tell how to make 10 when adding 8+5

**health**

Organizational structure

**physics**

it says "Make sure you calculate with at least 3 significant digits. Express your answer using two significant figures."

**physics**

thank you, but for some reason its wrong

**physics**

190Km * 29.5 MJ *

**physics**

A 72.0 kg piece of a satellite left over from an explosion with zero orbital velocity in space falls from a distance of 190 above the surface of the earth down toward earth. It arrives with 29.5 Km (M="mega") kinetic energy on earth. How many MJ energy have been lost...

**geometry**

suppose you copy a drawing of a polygon with the given size factor How will the sides lengths angle measures and perimeter of the image compare to those of the original? a)200% b)150% c)50% d)75%

**algebra**

The Mayan Empire, which ruled Central America for centuries, had two calendars. One calendar was the same as ours, 365 days long (without leap year). The other calendar was 270 days long, the length of a woman's pregnancy. If both start on day one at the same time, then ...

**chemistry**

thnks :)

**chemistry**

Hi, Im trying to understand this. If i have Cl35 and Cl37 what would their differences be in physical property? Im assuming boiling point and melting point obviously, but are there any more? Atomic weight or ionization energy? Thnx :)

**chemistry**

Hi, Im trying to understand this. If i have Cl35 and Cl37 what would their differences be in physical property? Im assuming boiling point and melting point obviously, but are there any more? Atomic weight or ionization energy? Thnx :)

**grammar**

I'm supposed to identify subordinate clauses in the following questions and then label them as complement, adjunct or relative clauses. I'm lost, how can you tell the difference? Example: It would be tragic if you realized too late, as so many others do, there's ...

**math**

why do we use reciprocal in math?

**algebra**

Tu n'a qu'a diviser les deux parties par a et puis tu auras: a=f/m

**algebra**

transpose b au premier membre et cela va changer le signe de b et vous aller avoir:y-b = mx et pour tirer x vous devriez diviser y-b par le coefficient de x qui est m. alors on a: x=y-b/m

**Chemistry**

What weight of copper(II) oxide, CuO, would theoretically be produced from 1.623 grams of copper? (mol. masses Cu = 63.55; O = 16.00)

**Chemistry**

So from 1.623 g of Cu, I'd get: ANS: 1.252 X 1.623 g of Cu = 2.032 g OR ANS: 1.623 g of Cu/1.252 = 1.296 g? OR ANS: 1.623 - 1.252 = 0.371 g I am still confused what you mean by that question.

**Chemistry**

What weight of copper(II) oxide, CuO, would theoretically be produced from 1.623 grams of copper? (mol. masses Cu = 63.55; O = 16.00)

**chemistry**

a metal weighing 20.32 g is added to a flask with a volume of 24.5ml. it is found that 18.52 g of water must be added to fill tha flask what is the density of metal

**French**

Okay thank you (:

**French**

That would make more sense. Unfortunetley my worksheet definitley caise "combien de notes" :(

**French**

Thats what I thought it meant too, but there isn't anything to do with notes about this research project so it does not make any sense.

**French**

Translate to English: Combien de notes aurez-vous pour votre projet de recherche? I've tried this on translating sites, but the translations just don't make any sense. The part about notes...I don't think it means notes in English. Please help!

**microbiology**

penicillin was called a" mircle drug" because it doesnt harm cell. why doesnt it?

**math**

If the sides of a square are lenthened by 7 cm, the area becomes 121 cm^2. Find the length of a side of the original square

**math**

If the sides of a square are lenthened by 7 cm, the area becomes 121 cm^2. Find the length of a side of the original square

**math**

state the value of the discriminant and the discribe the nature of the solution 20x^2-8x-17=0

**Math**

find a polynomial for the perimeter and for the area m+2 on top and m on the right side?

**statistics**

without the use of the standard normal tables, should techniques of calculus be used to find the probabilities concerning a normal distribution?

**statistics**

what is the most likely answer for the confidence coefficient of linear correlation if x = the number of hours spent studying for a test, and y = the number of points earned on the test?

**statistics**

the random variable x is normally distributed with a mean of 75 and a standard deviation of 15.0. For this distribution, what is the twenty-third percentile?

**math**

maria bicycles 8 km/h faster than carlos. in the same time it takes carlos to bicycle 48 km maria can bicycle 72 km. how fast does each bicyclist travel?

**math**

sorry elana is supposed to be maria

**math**

maria bicycles 8 km/h faster than carlos. in the same time it takes carlos to bicycle 48 km, elena can bicycle 72 km. how fast does each bicyclist travel