# Posts by brian

Total # Posts: 762

**Chemistry**

The answer is b, but I was looking for the reason as to why when I found this.

**Math**

I'm assuming that the first X corresponds with first Y, and so on. Slope: -4 y=-4x+b (b= y intercept) Substitute x and y with -2 and 6 6=8 +b b=-2 Function: y=-4x-2

**Pre-algebra**

Expand 6(p-8), which goes to 6p-48 Therefore, 6p-48>78 6p>126 p>21

**Pre-algebra**

Again, just expand -9(f-6) -9f+54 (Knowing how to do this is a must later) -9f+54<117 -9f<63 -f<7 f>7

**Math**

Actually, m/2=3 Multiply both sides by 2 m=6

**criminal justice**

Terrorism plots against the United States have caused the government to create the Department of Homeland Security with the hope of leveraging federal, state, and local police agencies; intelligence agencies; and immigration agencies to cooperate in communicating findings and ...

**Phy.**

A proton of mass m moving with a speed of 2.5×106 m/s undergoes a head-on elastic collision with an alpha particle of mass 4m, which is initially at rest. What is the speed of the proton after the collision?

**Physics Ques.**

In nuclear reactors, subatomic particles called neutrons are slowed down by allowing them to collide with the atoms of a moderator material, such as carbon atoms, which are 12 times as massive as neutrons. If the neutron has an initial speed of 1.0×107 m/s, what will be ...

**Chemistry**

can someone please explain how to indicate where a label appears in a product? for example: where the label appears in 2-[14C]-Glycine --> AMP

**chemistry**

can someone please explain how to indicate where a label appears in a product? for example: where the label appears in 2-[14C]-Glycine --> AMP

**calculus**

He had it right up until he plugged in x, y, and z. He forgot to multiply each by 2. Answer is 1/3.

**Calculus**

find the integral of (1+3t^5)^20*t^4dt

**Math**

Use algebra and the properties of limits as needed to find the limit. If the limit does not exist, say so. (→ − ∞)lim: 9x^2+5x-17 / 5x^3+12x^2+21

**polynomials**

X2-21x+84=0 that's xsquared (x- ? )(x- ? )

**chemistry**

to find percentage

**calculus**

let x-f(p)=10(16-p) be a demand function find the domain of this function and find where demand is elastic, inelastic, and unit.

**calculus**

find the derivative f(x)= e^1/x^2ãx

**Math**

Does a gallon hold more or less than 5 quarts?

**Math**

I don't know how this could be solved any further, but this seems like the formula for the area of a trapezoid.

**Math**

I'm not sure how to solve it furthur without any more information. However, is it m=(a+b)/2 or m=a+b/2?

**Maths**

5y=9+2y Take 2y and take it to the left side, 3y=9 y=3

**geometry**

Area of rectangle=Length x Width. A=L x W A=15 x 20 Area=300 feet squared.

**math**

The only answer is that x=1.

**ALGERBRA**

That means that 5x is either equal to or larger than -4. So if you just divide -4 by 5, which is -4 over 5, that is the smallest value of x possible. Therefore, x is equal to or larger than -4 over 5.

**Maths**

x=24, if you're asking about sides. 30/6=5, 18/6=3. 3,4,5, is a Pythagorean triple, therefore x=4x6=24.

**FRENCH**

Je voudrais aller au Louvre pour voir la Joconde parce qu'il est célèbre. PS La Joconde is what Mona Lisa is also known as.

**math**

3rd root of 64

**Math**

The radius of the garden before change=5(since 5x5=25). 5+2=7, which is the new radius of the garden. To get the amount of fencing needed, you first need to find the diameter and the resulting circumference. D=2r, r=7, therefore D=14. C=D¥ð, so the circumference is 14&...

**geometry**

This is quite simple. Use ratios to get 20:28 (smaller polygon:larger polygon) Which equals 4:7. This means that any side lengths of the smaller polygon to the ratio of its congruent side lengths of the larger polygon equals 4:7. The work is cut out for you, as we know that ...

**Math**

It's simple. Whatever y is, x is, or vice versa. For example, if x=1, y=1. if x=-1, y=-1. You can determine the slope from there (You shouldn't have to).

**please help me or take a look**

Remember, always do the brackets first, and if there's a bracket within another bracket, do the inside one first, then solve the outside bracket.

**Physics**

0.33

**geometry**

ashton

**chemistry**

Enolase catalyzes the conversion of 2-phosphoglycerate (2-PG) to phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP). The deltaG’o for this reaction is +1.8 kJ/mol. If [2-PG] = 0.045 mM and [PEP] = 0.034 mM, what is the actual free energy, deltaG?

**chemistry**

Why are both hexokinase and phosphofructokinase-1 strongly inhibited by an ATP analog in which the oxygen atom joining the beta- and y-phosphorus atoms is replaced with a methylene group?

**biochemistry**

Enolase catalyzes the conversion of 2-phosphoglycerate (2-PG) to phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP). The deltaG’o for this reaction is +1.8 kJ/mol. If [2-PG] = 0.045 mM and [PEP] = 0.034 mM, what is the actual free energy, deltaG?

**biochemistry**

4) phosphofructokinase-1 strongly inhibited by an ATP analog in which the oxygen atom joining the ƒÒ- and ƒ×-phosphorus atoms is replaced with a methylene group?

**biochemistry**

If glucose is labeled with 14C in position C-1, where does this label end-up if the glucose goes through the oxidative phase of the pentose phosphate pathway?

**chemistry**

Calculate the [H3O + ] for 0.42 M HCl. Answer in units of M.

**chemistry**

what is the mass of a single oxygen autom

**statistics**

A Gallup Poll asked, "In general, how often do you experience stress in your daily life - never, rarely, sometimes, or frequently?" Gallup's report said, "Results are based on telephone interviews with 1,027 national adults, aged 18 and older, conducted Dec...

**geometry**

f(x)=2x²-Bx+4 and f(3)=13, what is the value of B?

**Chemistry**

Consider the titration of a 35.0-mL sample of 0.175 M HBr with 0.200 M KOH. Determine the pH after adding 5.0 mL of base beyond the equivalence point.

**Chemistry**

Calculate the pH of a solution that results from the mixture of 50.0 mL of 0.15 M HCOOH with 75.0 mL of 0.13 M HCOONa. Now, don't forget these solutions are being mixed and you haven't accounted for that yet in the concentrations! Ka for HCOOH is 1.8 x 10-4.

**Chemistry**

Calculate the concentration of all species in a 0.15 M KF solution. Ka = 6.4 x 10-4 for HF.

**Chemistry**

Which one of the following pairs of reactants would react together in a Lewis Acid/Lewis Base reaction? a. KOH and HNO2 b. NaOH and HCl c. CH3COOH and HF d. Ag+ and NH3 e. HClO and NH3

**Chemistry**

If each of the salts listed in A through E were dissolved in water to make a 0.1 M solution, which solution would have the lowest pH? a. NaNO2 b. NaF c. AlCl3 d. KNO3 e. Na3PO4

**Chemistry**

The pH of a 0.065 M solution of a weak base is 11.70. What is the value of Kb for this base?

**Math**

=x^2+4x+4+x^2+6x+8 =2x^2+10x+12 =2(x^2+5+6) =(x+2)(x+3) =x=-3,-2

**Math**

If independent events have probabilities p and q, what are the odds of at least one of the events occurring?

**Math**

An experiment has probability p of success, q of failure and 1 - p - q of neither, If independent trials are repeated over and over until either success or failure is obtained, what is the probability of an ultimate success?

**chem**

Complete the table below: Answer the following for a body centered unit cell. (Hint: Helpful information can be found by going to the "Lattice" menu, choosing "Cubic", and then choosing "Body-Centered" in the Crystalline Solids program.) ...

**Calculus please help**

please help I can not understand this. I need an implicit form answer for the general solution of differential equation dy/dx=2(e^x-e^-x)/y^2(e^x+e^-x)^4 with (y>0). I have separated the y^2 to the left hand side to become 1/3y^3 but have no idea how to make the right hand...

**physics**

Tarzan tries to cross a river by swinging from one bank to the other on a vine that is 9.0 m long. His speed at the bottom of the swing is 8.8 m/s. Tarzan does not know that the vine has a breaking strength of 1.0 103 N. What is the largest mass that Tarzan can have and still ...

**physics**

Tarzan tries to cross a river by swinging from one bank to the other on a vine that is 9.0 m long. His speed at the bottom of the swing is 8.8 m/s. Tarzan does not know that the vine has a breaking strength of 1.0 103 N. What is the largest mass that Tarzan can have and still ...

**Chemistry**

If the column of water in the water barometer fore to a height of 35ft, what would the atmospheric pressure be in mm Hg? mmH20X(density of water/density of Hg)= mmHg Density of water=0.99707 Density Hg=13.5340

**math**

im in the 5th grade and i need help is on metric measures and conversoins

**Business and Administrative Communications**

Identify the complete sentence that is correctly punctuated. a. Most people support the sex offender registry, I worry that this information will promote discrimation. b. Most people support the sex offender registry; and I worry that this information will promote discrimation...

**Algebra**

Use the remainder theorem to findvP(-2) for P(x)=2x^4+4x^3-5x^2+4. Specifically, give the quotient and the remainder for the associated division and the value of P(-2). Quotient= Remainder= P(-2)=

**Chemistry**

what mass of water at 15C can be cooled 1C by heat necessary to melt 185g of ice at 0C

**health...help plzz**

Explain the difference between a Doctor of Dental Surgery and Doctor of Medical Dentistry. Explain the difference between an allopathic and osteopathic physician.

**physics**

The answer is cheese. We always need cheese

**physics**

A student presses a book between his hands, as the drawing indicates. The forces that he exerts on the front and back covers of the book are perpendicular to the book and are horizontal. The book weighs 30.0 N. The coefficient of static friction between his hands and the book ...

**physics**

A 49-kg bungee jumper has fallen far enough that her bungee cord is beginning to stretch and resist her downward motion. Find the force (magnitude and direction) exerted on her by the bungee cord at an instant when her downward acceleration has a magnitude of 7.3 m/s2. Ignore ...

**physics**

A 1790-kg car is traveling with a speed of 15.6 m/s. What is the magnitude of the horizontal net force that is required to bring the car to a halt in a distance of 78.4 m?

**AP Calculus**

I'm confused as to how to do part C), I don't remember how to find the second derivative of an implicit differentiation problem!

**Help Please!**

Charges of −4q are fixed to diagonally opposite corners of a square. A charge of + 5q is fixed to one of the remaining corners, and a charge of + 3q is fixed to the last corner. Assuming that ten electric field lines emerge from the + 5q charge, sketch the field lines ...

**physics**

A large box whose mass is 20 kg rests on a frinctionless floor. A mover pushes on the box with a force of 250 N at an angle of 35 degrees below the horizontal. What is the acceleration of the box across the floor?

**economics**

It's D

**Economics**

Thank you so much. :)

**Economics**

Topic- Each students will pick three things to write a consumer report on. It's your choice. Compare-For each item that you pick you will need to pick two other items to compare it against. (if you choice restaurants, then you need to pick one, then pick two other ...

**Trig**

a student says there can only be 360 different rays emanating from a point since there are only 360 degrees in a circle. Is this true? Why or Why not?

**Physics**

A 0.075 kg ball in a kinetic sculpture moves at a constant speed along a motorized conveyor belt. The ball rises 1.32 m above the ground. A constant frictional force of 0.350 N acts in the direction opposite the conveyor belt's motion. What is the net work done on the ball?

**Chemistry**

Cesium-137 has a half life of 30.0 years. If initially there are 8.0 kg of cesium-137 present in a sample, how many kg will remain after 60.0 years?

**Math**

a percentage bar graph is sometimes used like a circle graph. If the bar is 8 cm, how long is each piece?

**Math**

How can the faces of two cubes be numbered so that when they are rolled, the resulting sum is a number 1 to 12 inclusive and each sum has the same probability?

**Physics**

Me also

**Physics**

For a certain transverse wave, the distance between two successive crests is 3.11 m, and 5 crests pass a given point along the direction of travel every 12.16 s. Calculate the wave speed.

**Chemistry**

Two samples of water of equal volume are put into two dishes and kept at room temperature for several days. The water in the first dish is completely vaporized after 2.8 days while the water in the second dish takes 8.3 days to completely evaporate.What can you conclude about ...

**Math**

A man collected $28500 on a loan of $25000 he made 4 years ago. If he charged simple interest, what was the yearly interest rate?

**Physics**

a skateboarder moving at v = 4.8 m/s along a horizontal section of a track that is slanted upward by 48° above the horizontal at its end, which is h = 0.54 m above the ground. When she leaves the track, she follows the characteristic path of projectile motion. Ignoring ...

**math**

Please help me do these problems. I don't understand how to do weighted averages. Mrs. Gleason invested a portion of 32000 dollars at 9% interest and the balance at 11% interest. How much did she invest at each rate if her total income from both investments was 3200

**Physics**

A 0.145 kg baseball pitched at 38.0 m/s is hit on a horizontal line drive straight back toward the pitcher at 55.0 m/s. If the contact time between bat and ball is 3.40×10−3 s, calculate the average force between the ball and bat during contact.

**physics**

Use the work-energy principle: Wnet=1/2mv^2-1/2mv^2 Initial velocity is zero therefore: Wnet=1/2mv^2 Ans: 4.3 m/s

**physics**

A 2.99 kg ball is dropped from the roof of a building 161.9 m high. While the ball is falling to Earth, a horizontal wind exerts a constant force of 12.3 N on the ball. How long does it take to hit the ground> The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s2. Answer the units in s...

**college english**

what are some things I can include in an essay about Hoagland's "City Rat" Please don't reply with links. I can do that myself.

**fraction**

10 3/5 x 20/25

**5th grade word problem**

got 5 bithes

**physics**

is the force exerted by the wall on the person’s hand passive or active?

**physics**

is the force exerted by the wall on the person’s hand passive or active?

**physics**

2. Explain how the tension force gets transmitted along from one end of a string to the other. Does the amount of force that gets transmitted depend on how elastic or stretchable the string is? Explain.

**algebra**

train A and B are traveling in the same direction on parallel tracks. train A is going 80 miles per hour train B is going 84 miles per hour. train A past a station at 2:15 am train B passes at 2:45 am what time will train B catch train A

**Ap Chemistry**

Find the emf for the cell Cr(s) |Cr3+(aq, 0.37 M) || Pb2+(aq, 0.0095 M) | Pb(s). Answer in units of V I kept getting .55V but it is wrong. Can someone please help me?

**6th grade math**

Idk I have the same answer on my math ws

**AP CHEM**

Complete and balance the reaction Al(s) + Pb2+(aq) ! using the smallest possible integers. I got: 2Al(s) + 3Pb2 ==> Al2Pb3 Calculate the standard free energy. Faraday’s constant is 96485 J V · mol Answer in units of kJ/mol. I know the formula is -nFE but when I ...

**ap chemistry**

Find the emf for the cell Cr(s) |Cr3+(aq, 0.37 M) || Pb2+(aq, 0.0095 M) | Pb(s). Answer in units of V I got .548733V Is this right?

**ap chemistry**

I got 8*10^-8 Is this correct?

**ap chemistry**

A solution is prepared in which a trace or small amount of Fe+2 is added to a much larger amount of solution in which the [OH]- is 1.0M*10^-2. some Fe(OH)2 precipitates. the value of Ksp for the salt is 8.0*10^-10. assuming that the hydroxide ion concentration is 1.0M*10^-2 ...

**ap chemistry**

would the half reactions for Ag(s) |AgCl(s) |Cl−(aq) || Cl−(aq) |Hg2Cl2(s) |Hg(§¤)be Ag+Cl+e==> AgCl 2Cl+3Hg==>Hg2Cl2+Hg+e

**ap chemistry**

i am having trouble writing the half reactions and the balanced equation for the galvanic cell Ag(s) |AgI(s) | I−(aq) || Cl−(aq) |AgCl(s) |Ag(s)