# Posts by boss

Total # Posts: 40

**Music**

thanks Mags

**Science **

What volume of co2 has is produced when 20gm of 20/100 pure caco3 is completely heated

**Math**

Arrange 1/8,1/4,2/3,1/2,4/4 in the orrect oder

**Social Studies**

Darrel is correct

**Math**

43

**Social Studies Check my answers!**

Damn teacher went off

**social studies**

disadvantages discomfort

**math**

132:89

**math**

thank you

**math**

Which of the following side lengths could combine to form a triangle? a. 17, 13, 2 b. 15, 18, 24 c. 5, 9, 14 d. 16, 32, 16

**Science Plzz Help Ms sue**

I think it sounds good

**L,A**

lol isn't that the pot calling the tea kettle black Justin Drew Blake

**chemistry**

2SO2 + O2 = 2SO3 4.00 mols of SO2 5.00 mol of O2 in 2L of a container at 200 degrees celcius. Concentration of O2 is 2M calculate the Kc

**Science**

isn't that the pot calling the tea kettle black.

**math squares**

This dick

**English**

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**Math**

Which angle (in radians) corresponds to 23 of a circle

**statistic**

it is one question stupid

**science**

I know right

**Music--HELP!!**

YES

**ALGEBRA**

How many ordered triples of complex numbers(a,b,c) are there such that a^3-b,b^3-c,c^3-a are rational numbers, and a^2(a^4+1)+b^2(b^4+1)+c^2(c^4+1)=2[{(a^3) b}+{(b^3)c}+{(c^3)a}]

**PHYSICS**

Model rockets are lightweight rockets powered by very small engines. A typical model rocket has a mass of 5g.Similarly, a typical "class C" model rocket engine can produce a total impulse of 10 Newton-seconds. We usually launch model rockets vertically, but if I ...

**Quantum physics**

problem 8 anyone? im on my last try!!

**Statistics**

0.2775

**Physics**

question 9 a: Ec1=Voltage/plate separation b: because the battery is connected the E field does not change c: when the battery is disconnected then Q1+Q2 must equal Q1'+Q2' Ec1=Q1'/(k*C1*d) and Ec2=Q2'/(C2*d) where Q1'=(Q1+Q2)/(1+(C2/K*C1) and Q2'=C2/(K...

**Physics**

For Inductor a: I=0 A b: (Supply Voltage/R)*(1-e^(-Rt/L)) c: see above (put the value of t in sec For Capacitor Use v(t)=Supply Voltage*(1-e^(-t/RC)) Divide the above answer by R to get the Current

**Physics**

I wonder if some people understand the subject at all. It is an insult to the lecturer.

**Physics**

Some people haven't done even one question.

**Quantum Physics**

number 9 anyone!!

**math**

Steve you will be banned the next time you do that.

**algebra**

the mid point of a segment joining (a,b) and (-3,4b) is (2,3a+4).find a & b.

**math**

looking at the table of 9's facts. do you see another number pattern in the multiples of 9? explain.

**3rd grade math**

looking at the table of 9's facts. do you see another number pattern in the multiples of 9? explain.

**alg 2**

X-4z=13 5x-4y+z=-7 -5x-5y+2z=22

**math**

Reasonableness Sun-Yi estimated 270+146 and got 300. Is her estimate resonable? Explain.

**BIS 155**

You own a small computer service company with only 2 employees. You provide different types of services to regular customers and companies. You have noticed an increase of demand for troubleshooting and support of mobile devices. However, you only support desktop, laptop, ...

**College Algebra**

is this really algebra, im doing this now in freshman year algebra 2

**precal**

It divides 2 times every hour, so for 3 hours it'll divide 6 times. You start with 2, and every half hour they divide into 2. So that means they divide into 2 a total of 6 times. Soo, that's the original 2 times 2^6. So its 2*64 = 128

**Math**

c(3,1)c(1,1)/c(6,2) use cpr fn. in calculator

**Spanish 1**

quiero el truco del mario kart wii