# Posts by Tom

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**College Physics**

At a firing range, a target is placed 300 m from where someone is firing a rifle. The muzzle speed of this rifle is 700 m/s. If the rifle is aimed directly at the center of the target, by how far will the target miss? At what angle would the rifle need to be aimed at to hit ...

**Precal**

The velocity v of a fluid flowing in a conduit is inversely proportional to the cross- sectional area of the conduit.( Assume that the volume of the flow per unit of time is held constant .) Determine the change in the velocity of water flowing from a hose when a person places...

**Math**

The height (in centimeters) of a candle is a linear function of the amount of time (in hours) it has been burning. When graphed, the function gives a line with a slope of −0.6 Suppose that the height of the candle after 19 hours is 9.6 centimeters. What was the height ...

**Math**

Are you going to wait the four hours until the quiz expires or do you have a plan B?

**Math**

Scores not possible are: 1,2,4,5,8,11....and then what? 12 = 4 x 3 13 = 7+3+3 14= 7 x 2 and every number higher has to be possible because we have 12, 13, and 14 possible, and any higher number can be obtained by adding 3 to any of these 3. So, 11 is the highest number that is...

**JOb interview**

here are a few people in line waiting to be served. You are taking care of one customer and she insists you gave her the incorrect change. You know you didn't. What do you do?

**JOb interview**

here are a few people in line waiting to be served. You are taking care of one customer and she insists you gave her the incorrect change. You know you didn't. What do you do?

**JOb interview**

here are a few people in line waiting to be served. You are taking care of one customer and she insists you gave her the incorrect change. You know you didn't. What do you do?

**JOb interview**

Briefly explain why you feel you are the ideal candidate for this position.This field is mandatory

**JOb interview**

Please provide an example of your best customer service situation. Explain why the service you provided was so successful

**JOb interview**

here are a few people in line waiting to be served. You are taking care of one customer and she insists you gave her the incorrect change. You know you didn't. What do you do?

**alg1**

solve for 8m^2 +20m=12 for m by factoring

**Math velocity**

A ball is thrown straight up from the edge of the roof of a 60.0 m tall building. If a second ball is dropped from the roof 2.0 s later what must the initial velocity of the first ball be if both are to reach the ground at the same time?

**MATH URGENT**

find the average rate of change between f(-4) and f(-1) in the function f(x)= x^2+2x-8

**Calculus**

For f(x)=(1-x)/(1+x) and g(x)=x/(1-x) , find the simplified form for f [g(x)] and state the domain

**Calculus**

Use the table below to evaluate d/dx [f[g(2x)]] at x = 1 x 1 2 3 4 f(x) 6 1 8 2 f '(x) 6 1 8 2 g(x) 1 4 4 3 g '(x) 9 5 5 -4

**Calculus**

Which of the following functions is continuous at x = 5? I put a for my answer, could someone please check this? a. f(x)=(x^2-25)/(x+5) b. (x^2-25)/(x-5), x cannot equal 5 20 when x equals 5 c.(x^2-25)/(x-5), x cannot equal 5 0 when x equals 5 d. all of the functions are ...

**Calculus**

So would that mean that it is only the first one?

**Calculus**

Which of the following statements is/are true? I.If f '(c) = 0, then f has a local maximum or minimum at x = c. II.If f is continuous on [a, b] and differentiable on (a, b) and f '(x) = 0 on (a, b), then f is constant on [a, b]. III.The Mean Value Theorem can be ...

**Calculus**

The function's value will always be greater than or equal to the local linear approximation of a function f if, for all x in an interval containing the point of tangency, f " > 0 f " < 0 f ' > 0 f ' < 0

**Calculus**

The function's value will always be greater than or equal to the local linear approximation of a function f if, for all x in an interval containing the point of tangency, f " > 0 f " < 0 f ' > 0 f ' < 0

**Math**

Maya made a sign with area of 48 square centimeters. Use a centimeter grid paper to draw a shape that shows what her sign could look like?

**Science**

Check my answers pls

**Science**

1.A weatherman reports, “The storm waves are about 2 meters high and about 35 meters apart.” What properties of waves is the reporter describing? (1 point) A.frequency and wavelength B.wavelength and wave speed C.amplitude and wavelength D.amplitude and frequency 2. ...

**Statistics**

Scores on the Scholastic Aptitude Test form a ND with a mean of 500 and SD of 100 what is the minimum score necessary to be in the top 15% of the SAT distribution? Stuck on what to do on this question? Any answers?

**Calculus**

Find the x-coordinates of any relative extrema and inflection point(s) for the function f(x) = 3x^(1/3) + 6x^(4/3). You must justify your answer using an analysis of f '(x) and f "(x). I found the first and second derivative which i think is (8x+1)/(x^(2/3), and the ...

**Calculus**

The position function of a particle in rectilinear motion is given by s(t) s(t) = t^3 - 9t^2 + 24t + 1 for t ≥ 0. Find the position and acceleration of the particle at the instant the when the particle reverses direction. Include units in your answer.

**Calculus**

The table below shows the temperature (in °F) t hours after midnight in Phoenix on March 15. The table shows values of this function recorded every two hours. (10 points) a. Estimate the value of T'(6). Give units in your answer. b. What is the meaning of T'(6)? t ...

**Caclulus**

Find f'(x) for f(x) = ln(x^3 + e^(4x)). I got(4e^(4x)+3x^2)/(e^(4x)+x^3) Is that right?

**Caclulus**

Sorry it is sin^3(3x^2)

**Caclulus**

Find f'(x) for f(x) = sin3(3x2).

**science**

Is glycerol a fat, carbohydrate or protein?

**Math**

Given Perimeter of triangle is 26 inches. Side A is 3 inches longer than B. Side C is 1 inch shorter than twice side B

**algebra 1**

so im right?

**algebra 1**

Find the roots of y=x^2, axis of symmetry and vertex. I got roots: (0,0) axis of symmetry: minimum point x=0 vertex: (0,0)

**math**

Ryans limo drove 24 miles east and then drove 50 miles south How far is the limo from where he started round to nearest tenth

**English, pls help ASAP!!**

these are the right answers 100% A B B C A

**Math**

A monopoly has a total cost function C = 1000 + 108x + 12x^2 for its product, which has demand function p = 324 − 3x − 2x^2. Find the consumer's surplus at the point where the monopoly has maximum profit. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

**english**

It was risky for Superman to announce that he could leap over a building in a single bound because he’d been really ashamed if he missed and went splat into the side of the building.

**Social studies**

9 is A

**physics**

A 4.0kg particle collides with a 6.0 kg particle that is at rest at 10m/s. What is the velocity of the particles after the collision

**Math (Please help ASAP)**

How do I solve this equation (q+p^2-33p=9) for the point of elasticity in terms of p? Thank you!

**physics**

a skier decides to ski down a hill inclined at 12 degrees to the horizontal. He pushes on his poles and starts to slide down the slope. If his initial speed after he stops pushing is 4.7 m/s and us= 0.28, how far will mr.grewal slide down the hill before coming to rest

**Physics**

If a ball is launched into the air vertically with a velocity of 20 m/sec, how fast will it be moving after two seconds? (The gravity's acceleration is rounded to 10 m/sec/sec.)

**Calculus**

Find the elasticity of the demand function: pq = 42 p=$2 My professor went through this lesson really fast and I would appreciate anyone's help in explaining it. Thank You

**Elasticity Demand Calculus**

Find the elasticity of the demand function: pq = 42 p=$2 My professor went through this lesson really fast and I would appreciate anyone's help in explaining it. Thank You

**Implicit Differentiation (Please HELP)**

Write the equation of the line tangent to the curve x^2 − 4y^2 + 192 = 0 at (8, 8) Thank You

**math**

Beans meal is 16% protein flour meal is 8% protein. How many pounds of each should be mixed together to get 32 pounds mixture that is 13% protein how many pounds of the flour meal should be in the mixture

**Math**

If the total cost function for producing x lamps is C(x) = 90 + 36x + 0.1x^2 dollars, producing how many units will result in a minimum average cost per unit? PLEASE EXPLAIN YOUR WORK Thank you

**Calculus Chain rule**

y = (6x^2-6)^4/x I would appreciate it more if work was shown. Thank you (I have the answer but want to know how to do it)

**physics**

what is the amount of force needed to move an object that has a mass of 2.0kg at an acceleration of 3.0m/s^2 with the force acting on the object at a 30 degree angle

**chemistry**

thanks for taking a look! :)

**chemistry**

How do I calculate the average Z molar mass, 1/n (Summation) of n*M given this data: (alternate equation: MZ=Summation N*M^3/Summation N*M^2) (Ave molar mass, mass of sample): (7.5,9.6) , (12.5,8.7), (17.5, 8.9), (22.5, 5.6), (27.5, 3.1), (32.5,1.7) mili moles for repective ...

**chemistry help!!**

How do I calculate the average Z molar mass, 1/n (Summation) of n*M given this data: (Ave molar mass, mass of sample): (7.5,9.6) , (12.5,8.7), (17.5, 8.9), (22.5, 5.6), (27.5, 3.1), (32.5,1.7) mili moles for repective numbers: 1.3,.7,.51,.25,.11,.052 TOTAL: 2.92 I don't ...

**physics/chemistry**

mistake, multiplying by 2 in the math is for a bubble and not a cavity >_>

**physics/chemistry**

how does one calculate the work done by a spherical bubble with radius r in a liquid with a surface tension of T. I understand for a cavity it is 8pi(r)T, would you just double it to get 16pi(r)T because there are 2 films? here's the math....2(4pi((r)+dr)^2 -4pir^2) for a ...

**Math Ms Sue**

a book with an area of 88 square inches. what would the length and width of the book.

**Calculus Chain rule**

How did you get an exponent of 6??

**Calculus Chain rule**

How can derive this function?f(x) = 2/(9x^5+1)^5 The answer is The answer is -450x^4/(9x^5+1)^6 Can you please show why? Thank you

**Math**

Three eighths of the cast in a musical have to sing. What fraction of the cast does not have to sing?

**chemistry**

given relative permitivity of water, how much energy (kj/mol) is required to break the hydrogen bond in water? (Er=80.0)

**Vectors/Scalars?**

the dot product of 2 vectors is always a scalar. the difference between the two is that the scalar doesn't have direction, yes.

**chemistry**

how do I calculate the area occupied by one single molecule, given # of molecules per meter^2 (9.6e15), the Molarity? (.1 m/dm^3) and surface excess? (1.6e-8)

**phys chem**

how much energy (kj/mol) is required to break the hydrogen bond in water (Er=80.0) (Er= Relative permitivity) I'm really not sure how to approach this, and if i need enthalpies of vaporization or not...

**algebra**

A simple random sample is drawn from a normally distributed population. The value of which of the following will not be known for certain but can be inferred?

**math**

Nvm i got it right. it was 1.73

**math**

what numbers when you multiply together give you a product of -3 and a sum of 0? if you don't know, just tell me

**English close reading paper**

Is it appropriate to use the "we" form and "I" in the same paper?

**math**

In a box there are 20 balls.7 of the balls are white. The first ball drawn from the box is white. What is the probability that the second ball will be white

**Language Arts**

i think its b

**pacific rim**

Mrs Garcia had 2/3 of a pumpkin pie left.Her sons at 3/8 of what was left. What fraction of the whole pie did her sons eat? 2/3*3/8=6/24

**Math**

Zach had to make bracelets for Student Council. He made 10 of them on Monday and 2/5 of them on Tuesday. Zach completed the remaining 1/2 on Wednesday. How many bracelets for Student Council did Zach have to make? Tuesday = 2/5 = 4/10 of the total. Wednesday = 1/2 X 3/5 = 3/10...

**math**

Work is incorrect. See details below. a) a+c=1850 and $7.50a+$4.50c=$10,125. Substitute a=1850-c which gives 7.50(1850-c)+4.50c=10,125 13,875-7.50c+4.50c=10,125 3.00c=3,750 c=1,250 a=1,850-1,250=600 b) 10,125x16=$162,000 c) F=full size football M=miniature football F+M=6,000 $...

**language arts**

that website is good because it's organized the story.

**Algebra**

How do you sole the problem below? Kevin flies a plane against a headwind for 5600 miles. The return trip with the wind took 10 hours less time. If the wind speed is 5 mph, how fast does Kevin fly the plane when there is no wind?

**Algebra**

How long would it take for a ball dropped from the top of a 256-foot building to hit the ground?

**statistics**

34

**ashworth**

Asian emphasis on the value of filial piety may be note in ?

**Math**

Yes, it is I again, with yet another math problem. The question is; In a bag, there are 8 white marbles, 8 blue marbles, 7 red marbles, and 6 yellow marbles. How many marbles does it take to pull out 3 marbles of the same color. (A)6 (B)9 (C)12 (D)15 (E)I forgot the last one I...

**Math**

I am in 6th grade but to me, that doesn't matter because I have high hopes for myself. My question is; How many distinct letter arrangements can be made from the word LETTER with each T on each side? (A) 6 (B) 12 (C) 24 (D) 120 (E) 720 I think it is 24 because if an ...

**Economics**

Hamburgers supply and demand puzzle

**Math**

This question was confusing, but I came up along with help from Google calculator and an inverse trigonometric calculator, that (A) is around 4 degrees and (B) is around 15 meters (to the hundredth degree is 14.96).

**math fractions**

32/45

**Science 8 - Check Answers**

How is a parallel circuit different from a series circuit?

**Calculus**

Find the equation of the line tangent to the function f(x)= square root of (x^3 + 4x) through the point (2,4)

**Geometry**

A square piece of cardboard, 24 inches by 24 inches, is to be made into an open box by cutting out each of the four corners. Each side of the box will then be folded up. Find the maximum volume that the box can hold.

**math**

the surface area cost of construction per m^2 for a large box is $50 for the base, $60 for the top and $40 for the walls. Find the dimensions of this box that minimize the cost if its volume has to be 9m^3 and its height, 1m

**what is the rate of change of the angle of eleva**

An observer is 20 m above the ground floor of a large hotel atrium looking at a glass-enclosed elevator shaft that is 20 m horizontally from the observer (see figure). The angle of elevation of the elevator is the angle that the observer's line of sight makes with the ...

**calculus**

An observer is 20 m above the ground floor of a large hotel atrium looking at a glass-enclosed elevator shaft that is 20 m horizontally from the observer (see figure). The angle of elevation of the elevator is the angle that the observer's line of sight makes with the ...

**Physics**

the upward force is 16760N while your two downward forces are 1080N and 13832.1N that comes from gravity x mass. Subtract the two then divide by the mass of the submarine

**physics**

A car accelerates uniformly from rest to a speed of 73.6 mi/h in 7.68 s. How do i find the distance the car traveled during this time, in units of m

**physics**

A car accelerates uniformly from rest to a speed of 73.6 mi/h in 7.68 s. Find the constant acceleration of the car. Answer in units of m/s 2

**tech math**

how to solve one pulley is 7 cm larger in diameter than a second pulley. the larger pulley turns at 80 rpm, and the smaller pulley turns at 136 rpm. what is the diameter of each pulley

**Calculus**

That silly quotient rule! Thanks.

**Calculus**

Find f''(1/2) using f(x) = ln(1-x). f'(x) = 1/(1-x) * -1 = -1/(1-x) so then using quotient rule: f''(x) = ((-1*-1) - ((1-x)(0))) / (1-x)^2 f''(1/2) = 1/(1-(1/2))^(2) = 4 Is this correct?

**Calculus**

This is great, thank you!

**Calculus**

What is the derivative of (ln(x))^x ? I have: f(x) = ln(x)^x f(x) = xlnx f'(x) = x/x + 1 * ln(x) f'(x) = 1 + ln(x) Is this correct?

**english**

Identify Prepositional Phrases: Last summer our whole family hiked up a mountain.

**Physics - Second Law Question**

the space shuttle engines cause an upward force of 3 x 10 ^5 N to act on the shuttle. gravity pulls down on the shuttle with a force of 1.96 x 10^5 N. what is the net force on the shuttle? what is the direction of the net force?

**Physics - Second Law Question**

A large raindrop falling a cloud is acted on by a gravitational force of 4.9 x 10^-3 N directed downward and a force of air resistance of 4.5 x 10^-3 N directed upward. What is the net force on the raindrop? What is the direction of the net force? Thank you so much!