# Posts by kelly

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**Physics**

3.8 m/s for the hammer*

**Physics**

The collision between a hammer and a nail can be considered to be approximately elastic. Estimate the kinetic energy acquired by a 13 g nail when it is struck by a 550 g hammer moving with an initial speed of 4.0 m/s. I solved for the final velocities of both and got 3.8 m/s ...

**Physics**

Thanks! i was so close to that equation i just wasn't moving my total mass to the left side.

**Physics**

Suppose now that the air carts below are both moving to the right initially. The cart to the left has a mass m1 and an initial speed v0; the cart to the right has an initial speed v0/2. If the center of mass of this system moves to the right with a speed 6/7 v0, what is the ...

**trigonometry**

solve graphically. Estimate to the nearest tenth if the roots are not integers. x^2 y^2 --- + ---- =1 9 4 3x-2y=6

**college physics**

The energy difference between states A and B is twice the energy difference between states B and C (C > B > A). In a transition (quantum jump) from C to B, an electron emits a photon of wavelength 300 nm. What is the wavelength emitted when the photon jumps from B to A? ...

**Document and visual design**

correct

**Document and Visual Design**

30. transparencies. you can write on them like dry erase boards and they are displayed on a wall like a poster. like visual or whatever 32. dry erase boards. you have to usually mount them on a wall for the class to see before you use it.

**Physics**

A 150.0 g aluminum cup is filled with 450. g of water at 95℃. The combination cools uniformly by 1.20℃ per minute. At what rate (J/s) is thermal energy being removed from the combination?

**math**

This isn't a specific math question. I'm just looking for some tips for my calculus midterm tomorrow. I'm terrible at math and I can't seem to "think outside the box" in order to do problems correctly. I know my stuff but if a teacher throws something...

**Calculus**

Nevermind! I figured out you're supposed the plug the positive value into the derivative v'(t).

**Calculus**

Hi I have the same question. The first part is correct to find the maximum height, but while solving for the quadratic formula to find the velocity when it hits the ground, the answer is incorrect. (You would get 7.2749 and -0.27492 after solving the quadratic)

**America Literature**

Why is Whitman the father of America's poet in Emerson's point of view?

**America Literature**

Why Emerson considered man is an analogy? And What is th relationship between human, god and nature in Emerson's point of view?

**science**

How do plants vary in their efficiency at producing joules for human consumption?

**math**

Conduct an interview to find out how someone else responds to the question, “Why is a negative number times a negative number a positive number?” Write a report describing your findings.

**10th grade**

determine m given that m>0 and the points (m,3) and (1,m) lie on a line with slope m

**pHYSICS HElp**

***EXTRA CREDIT*** Figure 8-33 shows a 1.50 kg block at rest on a ramp of height h. When the block is released, it slides without friction to the bottom of the ramp, and then continues across a surface that is frictionless except for a rough patch of width 10.0 cm that has a ...

**Physics HELp**

In Figure 8-34, a 1.2 kg block is held at rest against a spring with a force constant k = 785 N/m. Initially, the spring is compressed a distance d. When the block is released, it slides across a surface that is frictionless, except for a rough patch of width 5.0 cm that has a...

**Physics**

An object moves along the x axis, subject to the potential energy shown in Figure 8-24. The object has a mass of 1.8 kg, and starts at rest at point A. (a) What is the object's speeds at point B, at point C, and at point D?

**Physics**

An object moves along the x axis, subject to the potential energy shown in Figure 8-24. The object has a mass of 1.8 kg, and starts at rest at point A. (a) What is the object's speeds at point B, at point C, and at point D?

**Physics**

A) ( 1/2 )kx^2 = ( 1/2 )mv^2 so.. k=mv^2/x^2 (make sure you convert 5.7cm to meters first.) B) ( 1/2 )kx^2=(1/2)mv^2 so... v^2=kx^2/m solve for v.

**Physics**

In Figure 8-34, a 1.2 kg block is held at rest against a spring with a force constant k = 785 N/m. Initially, the spring is compressed a distance d. When the block is released, it slides across a surface that is frictionless, except for a rough patch of width 5.0 cm that has a...

**Physics**

Figure 8-33 shows a 1.50 kg block at rest on a ramp of height h. When the block is released, it slides without friction to the bottom of the ramp, and then continues across a surface that is frictionless except for a rough patch of width 10.0 cm that has a coefficient of ...

**chemistry**

ohh there are no numbers just a chart to fill out

**chemistry**

how do you find the mass solute(g), GFM(g/mole), moles of solute, volume of solution, and molarity of solution (M), of CaSO(4)? *how would i solve this set by set? * what are the formulas?

**Physics**

Delta* wow i cannot type

**Physics**

also Deta E*

**Physics**

mgh* cos theta* sorry

**Physics**

for simplicity i am going to do this symbolically. m = .47Kg l = 1.2m g = 9.81m/s² è = 31 degrees the change in potential energy is mgÄh in this problem, Äh = l-lCos(è) = l(1-cosè) (it is 1-cosè becaus cos 90=1.. and its cos 90-cos&...

**Physics**

you do: 1/2mv(initial)^2+mgh=1/2mv(final)^2 so simplify that to : v(inital)= sqrt(v(final)^2-2gh) For b): 1/2mv(initial)^2=mgh solve for h : h=v^2/2g then add your original height to the new height for your answer

**Math**

This week, the Laketown Cruise Company took its boat on 19 cruises, carrying the boat's full capacity of 46 guests on each cruise. If each guest paid $22 admission, then how much admission was collected by the company this week? A) Estimate B) Exact calculation

**paralegal**

What are the similarities and differences of federal and state systems?

**physics**

The diffusion coefficient for calcium ions crossing a biological membrane 10nm thick is 300 micrometers squared/second and the concentration difference of calcium ions across the membrane is 400 mol/m^2 (Molar mass of calcium is 40 kg/mol) Determine the number of moles of ...

**CHEMISTRY**

Hey 1)how do you estimate the line widths (full width half maximum) of the peaks arising from: (a) The emission of a hollow cathode lamp (b) The absorption peak of caffeine in the UV –visible spectrum (c) The d-d transition observed for Ni2+ in aqueous solution 2)Comment ...

**Physics**

4.2m

**Chem**

Solid carbon dioxide (dry ice) goes from solid to gas at -78C. The molar heat of sublimation is 25.3 kj/mol. In one experiment 34.5g of dry ice are placed in an insulated isolated container with 500 g of water at 25C. What temp of the water is expected after all bubbles are ...

**Time Zones**

Check my work. Calculate the correct time in brackets: 1. 1:00am at 30W = (11:00pm) at 60W 2. 3:00pm at 15W = (1:00pm) at 45W 3. 1:00pm at 120E = (9:00am) at 60E 4. 12:00pm at 15E = (6:00pm) at 105E 5. 11:00am at 15E = (9:00am) at 15W Calculate the correct longitude in ...

**Physics**

got it v=[(2*m1)/(m1+m2)]Vo then take your answer and insert into 1/2mv^2 and divide by 1000

**Physics**

i agree with that but how would you find the kinetic energy acquired by the nail after you get these numbers?

**chemistry**

Reacting 959 mol of SiO2 with excess carbon yields 28.8 kg of SiC. What is the percentage yield? SiO2 + 3C--> SiC + 2 CO

**chemistry**

2 KClO3(s)--> 2 KCl(s) + 3 O2(g) How many milliliters of O2 will form at STP from 38.8 g KClO3?

**math**

the ratio of single screen theaters to multiple screen theaters is 1 to 15. if there are 9 single screen theaters, how many multiple screen theaters are there?

**chemistry**

10.0mL of solution containing 20.0 mL of 1.0 M NaX (unknown base) and 10.0 mL of 1.0 M HX (unknown acid) was diluted with 50.0 ml water. The pH is 4.92. What is the concentration of HX after dilution and X- after dilution? What is the equilibrium concentration of HX, X-, and ...

**chemistry**

calculate number of grams of iron in one mole of ferrous ammonium sulfate.hint how many moles are in one mole of ferrous ammonuim sulfate?

**biology honors**

Summarize Griffith's transformation experiments

**Environmental Science**

After spraying crops with ddt for several years, farmers found that population of insects pests rebounded. suggest another reason based on what you know about population food pyramid predators and competitors

**chemistry**

Write the condensed structure for Methylpropyl ether Would it be C4H11O? CH3-O-CH3CH2CH3

**Accounting**

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**chemistry**

When 0.767 g of Ca metal is added to 200.0 mL of 0.500 M HCl(aq), a temperature increase of 125C is observed. Assume the solution's final volume is 200.0 mL, the density is 1.00 g/mL, and the heat capacity is 4.184 J/gC. (Note: Pay attention to significant figures. Do not ...

**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 32 N. The coefficient of static friction between his hands and the book is...

**Math**

In the following table R(t) is the quarterly revenue for an international tortilla producer t quarters after December 1999. Use the table to answer the following questions. Find R(t) where t=4. What was the revenue 2 quarters after 1999.. What does t equal when R(t) = 486. (In...

**Trig**

How do you express these problems as single trigonometric function values or as single numbers, using identities? 1. cos^2pi/8-1/2 2. tan34degrees/2(1-tan^2 34degrees) 3. 1/8sin29.5degreescos29.5degrees

**college**

In the following table R(t) is the quarterly revenue for an international tortilla producer t quarters after December 1999. Use the table to answer the following questions. Find R(t) where t=4. What was the revenue 2 quarters after 1999.. What does t equal when R(t) = 486. (In...

**English**

9) I have two hours of PE a week, but I have three hours of French a week. Instead of doing normal training, we practice golf. How many hours of French do you have a week?

**Science- Meteorology**

Most climate models show that the poles will warm faster than the tropics. What effect will this have on winter storms in the mid-latitudes?

**Math**

1+2+3+4=10 plants

**begining algebra**

side 1= 3x side 2= x side 3= x+7 3x + x + x+7 = 62 5x = 55 x=11 side 1= 3(11) = 33 side 2= (11) = 11 side 3= (11)+7 = 18

**Physics**

The punter on a football team tries to kick a football so that it stays in the air for a long "hang time." If the ball is kicked with an initial velocity of 25.0 m/s at an angle of 57.5° above the ground, what is the "hang time"?

**calculus**

An airplane is flying on a bearing of 80 degrees at 540mph. A wind is blowing with a bearing of 100 degrees at 55mph. Find the component form of the velocity of the airplane.

**Math**

The function H described by H(x)= 2.75x + 71.48 can be used to predict the height, in centimeters, of a woman whose humerus( the bone from the elbow to the shoulder) is x cm long? Predict the height of a woman whose humerus is 35 cm long. Is this correct? 2.75(35) + 71.48= 167...

**Math**

80% of what number is 20? Would this be 100?

**physics**

x=1/2(vo+v)t

**physics**

vo1=a1t1

**algebra 1**

marcy has a total of 100 dimes and quarters. if the total value of the coins is $14.05, how many quarters does she have?

**algebra 1**

marcy has a total of 100 dimes and quarters. if the total value of the coins is $14.05, how many quarters does she have?

**2nd grade**

My son is in 2nd grade and we are doing Math Rules. One rule has stumped us all. It's- 6 in 3 out 10 in 5 out 16 in 8 out

**Math**

The digits 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 are repeated in such a way that when the digits repeat the greatest digit is removed: what is the 1111st number in the pattern ex:...

**Math-Fractions**

that's cool. Thanks

**Math-Fractions**

I'd like to learn this. How did you get 15/8. Did you multiply 5 by 3 to get that?

**Rip Van Winkle**

1.What did the story implies? (in history) 2.Why the author discuss about the relationship between England and America through the relationship between Rip and his wife?

**Thomas Paine**

The cause of America is in a great measure the cause of all mankind. Many circumstances hath, and will arise, which are not local, but universal, and through which the principles of all Lovers of Mankind are affected, and in the Event of which, their Affections are interested...

**american literature**

Why is Thomas Paine the Spokesmen of American Revolution?

**literary**

American Lit how did Jonathan Edwards balance his idea and his religion?

**American Lit**

how did Jonathan Edwards balance his idea and his religion?

**math**

21=3(t-3)+3t

**Algebra**

Find the sum of the first four terms of the geometric sequence with a = -3 and r = 3. I have NO idea how to attempt to solve this. I do not want an answer just instuctions. Thanks

**statistics**

Oh yeah, I forgot about that! Per person definitely puts it in a more personal perspective. I just wasn't sure if this question is looking for a more common sense or mathematical answer.

**statistics**

Is it also because it may vary exactly how many million people live in a country, so taking the average per person is a lot easier to compare than average per country?

**statistics**

Burning fuels in power plants or motor vehicles emit carbon dioxide, which contributes to global warming. Table 1.3 displays CO2 emissions per person from countries with populations of at least 20 mil. Why do you think we choose to measure emissions per person rather than CO2 ...

**9th grade**

I'm doing this word search for my 9th grade honors physical science class, and i don't understand one thing. it says 'blue, striped and round are examples of this' when we're talking about matter and phases of matter and density/mass/weight/volume. stuff ...

**Alberbra**

Please help with graphing a quadratic function. y=(x-1)^2 Got stuck at y=(x-1)(x-1) and p=1, q=1 Which doesn't work, because you can't fix a vertex with one point on a graph.

**social studies**

1.For one day, keep track of what you do from the time you get up until the time you go to bed. For each hour, record one of these activities: *work *play *school *recreation *other I've made my chart, but I need help on the second part which is: 2.Make a circle graph that...

**psychology**

Evaluations of a particular belief, person, object, or idea describe a person’s: attitudes motivation predispositions biases

**Ethics**

I am suppose to write an essay on a Moral Issue of my choice, but I do not really remember all of the Moral Issues, can someone give me a hand on the best one to write on, I need a awesome grade. Thanks Kelly

**English**

What does it mean when an author uses a chronological and necessarily episodic structure to keep their main character at the center of all action.

**English**

What is a fictionalized autobiography and a vernacular?

**physics**

Yeah I know it is! But it's really confusing me and it's what my teacher wants. Say I was to pick a height of 25m and a Velocity of 20.0m/s, what would be my next step?

**physics**

How can you solve for that problem, by using another approach?

**physics**

Three identical balls are thrown from a cliff of height, h, above a horizontal plane. One ball is thrown at an angle of 45 degrees above the horizon, the second is thrown horizontally, and the third is thrown at an angle of 30 degrees below the horizon (so, part of this ...

**physics**

If a ball is thrown off a 17.9m roof with the velocity of 23.9m/s and it takes 1.91sec to reach the ground, What is the horizontal displacement and the Velocity right before it hits the ground?

**physics**

While on a trail, a mountain biker encounters a sandy patch that is 7.1 m long. The speed of the bike entering the patch is 10.1 m/s. If the force exerted by the sand on the bike/biker system (103.8 kg) is 514 N, determine the speed of the biker when exiting the sandy patch.

**2nd grade**

Nope! Cartoon... the a is short C-A-R the A is short Otherwise it would say it's name like B-A-K-E The O is short to! OOOO You want it to say it's name for it to be a lONG vowel. Like the word O-A-T

**physics**

Two masses are attached to an Atwood machine. the mass of block A is 12.3kg and the mass of B is 4.2kg. the pulley is massless but has kinetic friction of 16N. The blocks are released from rest, what is the acceleration of the system

**physics**

The two blocks in the figureoscillate on a frictionless surface with a period of 1.7s . The upper block just begins to slip when the amplitude is increased to 34cm . What is the coefficient of static friction between the two blocks?

**English**

Can someone please check the grammar in these last two for me. I posted this about 8:00 and no one ever answered. I do understand that you are helping other individuals to. Your help is greatly appreciated. The tension that Irene has towards Bellew shows that she does not ...

**English**

Sorry can you please check the grammar.

**English**

Can you please check these last two for me. Thank You and have a great evening. The tension that Irene has towards Bellew shows that she does not appreciate the fact that he is an racist individual, who does not take other people's feelings into perspective when he talks. ...

**English**

Can you please check the grammar in these two separate points. Thank you. Irene shares with Clare how her daughter would be affected if John found out about his own wifes “true race” and reveals to Clare would could happen. The lesson that Larson is trying to teach ...

**physics**

The amplitude of an oscillator decreases to 69.0% of its initial value in 15.5s. a) What is the value of the time constant?