
 0
posted by bobpursley

 0
posted by Steve
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Statistics
STATISTICS: I'm struggling with how to calculate the following problems: *Assume that X~N(3,1.5) For what value of X is Pr(x 
Police Officer
Can some one please explain tome why Police Officer should not assume? For example when a police Office is told of a dispute between two parties why should they not assume what they are hearing is not the truth. The only reason I 
chemistry
Calculate ΔG for this reaction under the following conditions (assume an uncertainty of ±1 in all quantities). Assume that ΔH° and ΔS° do not depend on temperature. 
statistics
Assume that IQ scores are normally distributed with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 15. Assume 1000 freshmen took the test. 
soton
£100 OF 8½% 2014 TREASURY STOCK ASSUME THE SAME INTEREST RATE. Find the present value. Assume today's date is 1/1/2012 
PHYSICS
tWO PEOPLE PLAY TUG OF WAR. tHE 97 KG PERSON ON THE LIFT PULLS WITH 1,176 n, AND THE 76 KG PERSON ON THE RIGHT PULLS WITH 839 n. aSSUME THAT NEITHER PERSON RELEASES THEIR GRIP ON THE ROPE WITH EITHER HAND AT ANY TIME, ASSUME THAT 
Chemistry
Calculate the cohesive energy of potassium iodide (KI). The ionic radii of K+ and I−, are 152 pm and 206 pm, respectively. Assume the Born exponent n is 10. Assume a Madelung constant of 1.7. 
Calculus help
assume that the initial deposit is $20000 and the nominal annual interest rate is 5.7%. Determine the amount in the account in 10 years if the interest is compounded as follows (round your answers to the nearest dollar): (a) 
chem
determine the osmotic pressure of the solution at STP. (Assume these solutions behave ideally.) a)0.116 mol fraction glucose (C6H12O6) in water (Assume the density of the solution is 1.02 g/mL.) b)0.0948 mol fraction NaCl in water 
Chemistry
Calculate the cohesive energy of potassium iodide (KI). The ionic radii of K+ and I−, are 152 pm and 206 pm, respectively. Assume the Born exponent n is 10. Assume a Madelung constant of 1.7. Please report your answer in kJ/mol. 
Physics 1
Consider a roller coaster that moves along the track shown in the figure below. Assume all friction is negligible and ignore the kinetic energy of the roller coaster's wheels. Assume the roller coaster starts with a speed of 19