3 dimensional shapes What about them? Do you need examples? A sphere is one. You can think of others. 3D shapes are figures that pop out. Like for example, if you saw an airplane fly by your're seeing it in

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  1. Art

    Artists make shapes in the background smaller than shapes in the foreground to communicate their distance from the viewer.How else might a landscape artist show shapes in the background to depict their distance from the viewer? A.Show shapes with bright

  2. Physics

    two identical metallic ball spherical shells A and B charges 4Q and -10c are kept a certain distance apart a third uncharged sphere C is first placed in contact with sphere A and then with sphere B the sphere B are bought in contact and then separated find

  3. physics

    Two conducting spheres are isolated from their surroundings. The radii of spheres A and B are R and R/2 , respectively. Initially sphere A has charge +Q , and sphere B is neutral. A wire is connected between the sphere. What is the final charge on each

  4. chemistry

    What is the major difference between the two-dimensional and three- dimensional models of ethane and methane? When might you choose to use a two-dimensional model rather than a three-dimensional model when representing one of the molecules?

  5. College Physics

    Metal sphere 1 has a positive charge of 7.00nC . Metal sphere 2, which is twice the diameter of sphere 1, is initially uncharged. The spheres are then connected together by a long, thin metal wire. What are the final charges on each sphere?

  6. physics

    Two spheres A and B, where A has twice the mas of B, are projected at the same horizontal velocity off the edge of two different height shelves. Sphere A leaves from a height of 2.0 m. Sphere B leaves a shelf 1.0 m off the floor. If both spheres leave the

  7. sign language

    can someone help me with sign language please!! 1)_____ of the American Manual Alphabet hand-shapes are formed to resemble the letter they represent A)All B)some C)None 2)what are two main parts of forming signs? A) forming words with your lips and

  8. math

    consider the cube shown below identify the 2 dimensional shape of the cross-section if the cube is sliced horizontally. Starting with the same cube, identify the two-dimensional shape of cross-section if the ube is sliced vertically. Explain why the shapes

  9. Math

    Which statement about a sphere is true? A.The length of the diameter of a sphere is two times the length of the radius of the sphere. B.The great circle of a sphere is a three-dimensional circle. C.The great circle of a sphere is not the same shape as the

  10. Art HELP PLEASE!! part 2

    Artists make shapes in the backgroud smaller than shapes in the foreground to communicate their distances from the viewer. How else might a landscape artist show shapes in the background to depict their distances from the viewer? A. show shapes with

  11. Physics

    A hollow sphere of radius 25 cm is rotating at 13 rad/ sec about an axis that passes through its center. The mass of the sphere is 3.8 kg. assuming a constant net torque is applied to the sphere, how much work is required to bring the sphere to a stop?

  12. math

    you need to make a three dimensional model of a soup can using paper and tape. What 3 dimensional shapes do you need to cut ot make the model?

  13. Art

    Artists make shapes in the background smaller than shapes in the foreground to communicate their distance from the viewer. How else might a landscape artist show shapes in the background to depict their distance from the viewer? A. Show shapes with bright

  14. science

    Plants absorb water from the soil to live and grow. This is an example of the biosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere. A. sphere interaction B. sphere cycle C . sphere circulation D. sphere isolation

  15. Math proportional reasoning

    Chef Potato needs to be converted from a two-dimensional shape to a three-dimensional object and then enlarged to 300% of his original size for an advertising campaign. The three￾dimensional Chef Potato is similar in shape to a capsule made of a

  16. Art

    artists make shapes in the background smaller than shapes in the foreground to communicate their distance from the viewer. how else might a landscape artist show shapes in the back ground to depict their distance from the viewer? a. show shapes with bright

  17. physics

    1.) A small sphere of charge 2.4 μC experience a force of 0.36 N when a second sphere of unknown charge is placed 5.5 cm from it. What is the charge of the second sphere? 2.) Two identically charged sphere placed 12 cm apart have an electric force of0.28

  18. Please Help, I Don't Know How To Do This

    Chef Potato's body has a cylinder in the middle and two half spheres that make up his bottom and head. He has the two dimensional shape measurements as follows: 20 cm in total length, 5 cm between the end of the cylinder and the top of the top sphere.

  19. Physics

    two small, identical conducting spheres A and B are a distance R apart; each carries the same charge Q. (a) What is the force sphere B exerts on sphere A? (b) An identical sphere with zero charge, sphere C, makes contact with sphere B and is then moved

  20. physics

    A 20 kg sphere is at the origin. A 10 kg sphere is at (x,y) = (-30cm,0cm) and a 30 kg sphere is at (0cm,40cm). Calculate the gravitational force on the 10 kg sphere, resulting from the other two spheres. Please help! Thanks

  21. Art

    Artists make shapes in the background smaller than shapes in the foreground to communicate their distance from the viewer. How else might a landscape artist show shapes in the background to depict their distance from the viewer? show shapes with bright

  22. math

    Determine whether the following data should be represented on a graph as one-dimensional, two-dimensional, or three-dimensional. the average rainfall during different months of the year

  23. physics

    Two similar sphere having charge -2C and +4C respectively are separated by distance "r" exert force (F=16N) third similar neutral sphere is first touched with sphere B and then sphere A. then force between spheres decreases by

  24. Physics

    1. A hollow sphere and a solid sphere roll without slipping down two different ramps. They start at different heights. The speed and kinetic energy of each sphere is the same when they reach the bottom of their ramp. If the hollow sphere has mass 3.25 kg,

  25. physics

    solid sphere of uniform density starts from rest and rolls without slipping down an inclined plane with angle è = 30o. The sphere has mass M = 8 kg and radius R = 0.19 m . The coefficient of static friction between the sphere and the plane is ì = 0.64.

  26. Math

    I really do not want to fail this project, could anyone please help me understand this and go through step by step with me? Thank you so much. Modern Design magazine is having a contest to design the best ice cube in one of three shapes¡Xa cube, a sphere,

  27. college physics

    Two solid spheres A and B are made from the same material. The mass of sphere B is eight times that of sphere A. If the radius of sphere A is 7.50 cm, what is the radius of sphere B? [Volume of a sphere of radius r is given by V = 4ðr63/3]

  28. science

    two equally charged spheres, X and Y, repel each other with a force of 8.0 x 10^-6 N when placed a certain distance apart. Another identical, but uncharged, sphere is touched to sphere Y and then moved next to sphere X. Calculate the electric force acting

  29. Shegal

    Three identical metal spheres are hung from a ceiling on rigid non-conducting rods. Sphere 1, sphere 2, and sphere 3 have charges 75 µC, −44 µC, and 50 µC, respectively. Each sphere is separated by 0.15 m. What is the net electric force on the middle

  30. physics/chem

    n Fig. 21-41, three identical conducting spheres initially have the following charges: sphere A, 7Q; sphere B, -8Q; and sphere C, 0. Spheres A and B are fixed in place, with a center-to-center separation that is much larger than the spheres. Two

  31. art

    this image was created by using basic math concepts that include all of the following except A)knowing how to create a pattern B)using understanding the angles of the shapes C) a basic understanding of different geometric shapes. D) applying appropriate

  32. Physics

    A hollow plastic sphere is held below the surface of a freshwater lake by a cord anchored to the bottom of the lake. The sphere has a volume of 0.600m^3 and the tension in the cord is 840N . What is the mass of the sphere? And Calculate the buoyant force

  33. Physics

    A 50µC charged sphere of mass 0.050kg is 2.0m away from a -30 µC charged sphere. The 50 µC charged sphere is moved to a point 1.2m away. What is the change in energy of this sphere ?

  34. Physics

    Three identical conducting spheres initially have the following charges: sphere A, 4Q; sphere B, -9Q; and sphere C, 0. Spheres A and B are fixed in place, with a center-to-center separation that is much larger than the spheres. Two experiments are

  35. art

    The Visual Elements: "Street, Dresden", 1907, oil on canvas by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Describe the shapes in this painting. Are the shapes organic or geometric? Which ones? Describe how the shapes interact, or "touch" each other. Are the edges of the shapes

  36. physics

    Two solid spheres A and B are made from the same material. The mass of sphere B is eight times that of sphere A. If the radius of sphere A is 7.50 cm, what is the radius of sphere B? [Volume of a sphere of radius r is given by V = 4ðr63/3]

  37. physics

    Two metal sphere, suspended by vertical cords, initially touch. Sphere 1, with mass 30g is pulled to the left to a height 8.0 cm and then released. After swinging down, it undergoes and elastic collision with sphere 2 whose mass is 75 g. a) What is the

  38. Physics

    A 50 µC charged sphere of mass 0.050kg is stationary and 2.0 m away from a -30µC charged sphere. The 50µC charged sphere released and allowed to approach the other. When it is 1.2 m away, what is the speed of this sphere?

  39. Physics

    A rod made from insulating material carries a net charge, while a copper sphere is neutral. The rod and the sphere do not touch. (a) Is it possible for the rod and the sphere to attract one another? (b) Is it possible for the rod and the sphere to repel

  40. mathematics

    a plane intersects a sphere 5cm away from the center of the sphere. the cross section is a circle whose diameter is 12 cm. determine the radius of the sphere

  41. art103

    Describe the shapes in this painting. Are the shapes organic or geometric? Which ones? Describe how the shapes interact, or "touch" each other. Are the edges of the shapes soft or hard? Do they bump, blend, or overlap? Support your answers with specific

  42. Proportional Reasoning( Please Help Assignment Due

    Chef Potato's body has a cylinder in the middle and two half spheres that make up his bottom and head. He has the two dimensional shape measurements as follows: 20 cm in total length, 5 cm between the end of the cylinder and the top of the top sphere.

  43. Physics

    A 50 µC charged sphere of mass 0.050kg is stationary and 2.0 m away from a -30µC charged sphere. The 50µC charged sphere released and allowed to approach the other. When it is 1.2 m away, what is the speed of this sphere?

  44. Physics 12

    A 50 µC charged sphere of mass 0.050kg is stationary and 2.0 m away from a -30µC charged sphere. The 50µC charged sphere released and allowed to approach the other. When it is 1.2 m away, what is the speed of this sphere??

  45. Math

    What is surface area? A). The space on the outside of a 3-dimensional object. B). It measures the amount of something the covers a 3-dimensional object such as paint,wrapping paper,or fabric. C). Can be calculated by adding the areas of the individual

  46. Physics

    Sphere W (with an initial charge of zero) is touched to sphere A and then they are separated. Next, sphere W is touched to sphere B (with an initial charge of -26e) and then they are separated. Finally, sphere W is touched to sphere C (with an initial

  47. Math quick question

    You have 500 cm² of material available to cover different shapes. what is the maximum volume of each object that you could make with this amount of material? A.) a cube B.) a sphere I've been stuck on this for so long, please show me how to do this step

  48. physics

    Two similar sphere having charge -2C and +4C respectively are separated by distance "r" exert force (F=16N) third similar neutral sphere is first touched with sphere B and then sphere A. then force between spheres decreases by:

  49. math

    Determine whether each statement is true or false. A chord that contains the center of the sphere is a diameter of the sphere. A tangent of a sphere is a line that intersects a sphere in exactly two points.

  50. Physics

    A uniform solid sphere rolls along a horizontal frictionless surface at 35 m/s and makes a smooth transition onto a frictionless incline having an angle of 300. How far up the incline does the sphere roll when it comes to a momentary stop? Note for a

  51. Physics

    A uniform solid sphere rolls along a horizontal frictionless surface at 35 m/s and makes a smooth transition onto a frictionless incline having an angle of 300. How far up the incline does the sphere roll when it comes to a momentary stop? Note for a

  52. college physics

    Two solid spheres A and B are made from the same material. The mass of sphere B is eight times that of sphere A. If the radius of sphere A is 7.50 cm, what is the radius of sphere B? [Volume of a sphere of radius r is given by V = 4ðr63/3]

  53. Physics

    Neutral metal sphere A, of mass 0.10kg, hangs from an insulating wire 2.0m long. An identical metal sphere B, with charge -q is brought into contact with sphere A. Sphere A goes 12 degrees away from Sphere B and there is a 90 degree angle at Sphere B.

  54. physics

    A 50 μC charged sphere of mass 0.050 kg is 2.0 m away from a -30 μC charged sphere. The 50 μC charged sphere is moved at a steady speed to a point 1.2 m away. What is the change in potential energy of this sphere?

  55. Calculus

    Imagine slicing through a sphere with a plane (sheet of paper). the smaller piece produced is called a radius of the sphere. Its volume is V=(pi)h^2(3r-h)/3, where r is the radius of the sphere and h is the thickness of the cap. find dr/dh for a sphere

  56. physics

    Two similar sphere having charge -2C and +4C respectively are separated by distance "r" exert force (F=16N) third similar neutral sphere is first touched with sphere B and then sphere A. then force between spheres decreases by:

  57. Applied Programming

    APPLIED PROGRAMMING (APR520S) ASSIGNMENT 1 Problem Solving Tools Total Marks: 50 Marks Due: Friday 22 August 2014 Suppose we want to construct a C/C++ program that can be used to calculate the area or the volume for a range of 2-D and 3-D shapes

  58. math

    Chef Potato's body has a cylinder in the middle and two half spheres that make up his bottom and head. He has the two dimensional shape measurements as follows: 20 cm in total length, 5 cm between the end of the cylinder and the top of the top sphere.

  59. art 103

    "Street, Dresden", 1907, oil on canvas by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. 1.Describe the shapes in this painting: Are the shapes organic or geometric? 2.Which ones? Describe how the shapes interact, or "touch" each other. 3.Are the edges of the shapes soft or hard?

  60. art 103

    "Street, Dresden", 1907, oil on canvas by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Describe the shapes in this painting: Are the shapes organic or geometric? Which ones? Describe how the shapes interact, or "touch" each other. Are the edges of the shapes soft or hard? Do

  61. Math

    A souvenir consisting of a cube with an inserted sphere is made to represent Earth. Both pieces are made out of solid crystal. The sphere replaces one quarter of the volume of the cube. Calculate the volume of the souvenir piece. The sphere has diameter of

  62. Chemistry

    1.What is the major difference between the two-dimensional and three- dimensional models of ethane and methane? When might you choose to use a two-dimensional model rather than a three-dimensional model when representing one of the molecules?

  63. Mathematics

    Which of the following objects is considered to be two-dimensional because it has length and width only? Rectangle Ray Point Sphere

  64. PHYSICS

    A 494 kg uniform solid sphere has a radius of 0.390 m. Find the magnitude of the gravitational force exerted by the sphere on a 49.1 g particle located (a) 1.45 m from the center of the sphere 1 ? N (b) at the surface of the sphere 2 ? N (c) 0.200 m from

  65. Math

    What transformation of the complex plane lifts to the rotation of the unit sphere by 180 degrees about the line whose equations are x=y and z=0 in R^3? (three dimensional plane of all reals)(I think that's what that means R^3?) Thank you! Jared

  66. Plane shapes in different positions

    Use plane shapes to finish the puzzle, use the same color to color the shapes that ate alike. -- Some of the shapes are not alike, so do that get colored different colors?

  67. Physics

    Please help!!!🚨🚨 In a closed system with no friction, a red sphere of 2.5 kg stands stationary. A blue sphere with a mass of 5.8 kg approaches the first sphere with a speed of 4.1 m/s. The two collide. After the collision, the blue sphere begins

  68. Math urgent help please!!

    You have 500 cm² of material available to cover different shapes. what is the maximum volume of each object that you could make with this amount of material? A.) a cube B.) a sphere I've been stuck on this for so long, please show me how to do this step

  69. physics

    A solid uniform sphere has a mass of 7.0 104 kg and a radius of 1.2 m. (a) What is the magnitude of the gravitational force due to the sphere on a particle of mass m = 0.7 kg located at a distance of 2.1 m from the center of the sphere? N (b) What if it is

  70. maths

    3 dimensional shapes What about them? Do you need examples? A sphere is one. You can think of others. 3D shapes are figures that pop out. Like for example, if you saw an airplane fly by your're seeing it in 3D. But if you see an airplane on a piece of

  71. Math/scale factor/areas

    Chef Potato's body has a cylinder in the middle and two half spheres that make up his bottom and head. He has the two dimensional shape measurements as follows: 20 cm in total length, 5 cm between the end of the cylinder and the top of the top sphere. 1.)

  72. geometry

    Looking at formulas, which 2 shapes describe this relationship: the area of the 2 dimensional shape is one-fourth the surface area of the 3-demensional figure? Looking at formulas, which two figures describes this relationship: the volume of the first

  73. Computer Science

    Create a class called Shapes that has a private int field named radius and the proper get- and set- methods (according to our Java coding standards). Create a constructor that takes an integer as a parameter to initialize the radius. Create a void method

  74. Science

    If you were a pharmaceutical researcher, why would you want to learn the three dimensional shapes of naturally occurring signaling molecules?

  75. history

    can someone give me 3 examples of how where Carolina lives shapes her life and the opportunities available for her and her family and plus a pragraph in the tree examples

  76. chemistry

    5.What is the major difference between the two-dimensional and three- dimensional models of ethane and methane? When might you choose to use a two-dimensional model rather than a three-dimensional model when representing one of the molecules?

  77. Physics 30

    Would the answer to this question be total energy and momentum for both one dimensional and two dimensional collisions: State the quantities conserved in one dimensional and two dimensional collisions.

  78. Math HElP!!!!!!!!

    A group of students decided to look at rectangles that are spuare. They find that no matter what size square they drew, every square was similar to shape B in the Shapes Set and to all other squares. They found that all squares are similar! They decided to

  79. Urgent : Electricity and Magnetism

    Two charged spheres are kept at a great distance from each other. Sphere A has charge +20q and sphere B has charge -14q. A neutral conducting sphere, sphere X, is then touched upon the sphere A, then sphere B, and X, repectively, after these q(a),q(b) and

  80. Math

    What does a curved surface and a circle make? a. sphere b. cone *** c. cylinder d. The two shapes won't form a geometric solid.

  81. math

    posted by rfvv Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 6:11pm 1. A dot is one-dimensional. 2. A surface is two-dimensional. 3. A cube is three-dimensional. 4. At is one-dimension. 5. At is the first dimension. 6. On is two-dimensions. 7. On is the second dimension.

  82. College Physics II

    Identical isolated conducting spheres 1 and 2 have equal charges and are separated by a distance that is large compared with their diameters. The electrostatic force acting on sphere 2 due to sphere 1 is F. Suppose now that a third identical sphere 3,

  83. Physics

    A 20 kg sphere is at the origin. A 10 kg sphere is at (x,y) = (-30cm,0cm) and a 30 kg sphere is at (0cm,40cm). Calculate the gravitational force on the 10 kg sphere, resulting from the other two spheres. Please make clear steps, thanks!

  84. Physics

    Two metal sphere, suspended by vertical cords, initially touch. Sphere 1, with mass 30 g is pulled to the left to a height 8.0 cm and then released. After swinging down, it undergoes and elastic collision with sphere 2 whose mass is 75 g. a) What is the

  85. physical education

    what are body shapes and what are the names of the body shapes Body shapes are your general physical structures. Things such as narrow or broad shoulders; wider or narrower hips; longer or shorter torsos. The names of the body shapes most often used are

  86. science

    When you use a graph to solve a problem about how far a car traveled during a specified time during which it was accelerating, how many area caculations do you have to make? What is/are the shapes/shapes ou are calculating?

  87. visual

    "Street, Dresden", 1907, oil on canvas by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Describe the shapes in this painting. Are the shapes organic or geometric? Which ones? Describe how the shapes interact, or "touch" each other. Are the edges of the shapes soft or hard? Do

  88. visual

    "Street, Dresden", 1907, oil on canvas by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Describe the shapes in this painting. Are the shapes organic or geometric? Which ones? Describe how the shapes interact, or "touch" each other. Are the edges of the shapes soft or hard? Do

  89. geometry

    what are the measures for the following shapes? cube? rectangle? cone? sphere?

  90. geometry

    what are the measures for the following shapes? cube? rectangle? cone? sphere?

  91. Math I really need help!

    http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1165286122 A group of students decided to look at rectangles that are spuare. They find that no matter what size square they drew, every square was similar to shape B in the Shapes Set and to all other squares. They

  92. math

    using your van de waals shapes sort at least 5 shapes in a circle. Explain the rule for how the shapes are sorted. Are you up for a challenge? sort at least using a venn diagram. Explain the rules for how the shapes are sorted

  93. math 7 grd

    you have to design a space station (model) that has a 120 cm3 volume, and it has to have the possible smallest surface area. it must contain 3 different shapes. (cone and sphere surface are was not covered, only their volume, so they are out....we can

  94. physics

    A(n) 1.62 kg sphere makes a perfectly inelastic collision with a second sphere that is initially at rest. The composite system moveswith a speed equal to one-third the originalspeed of the 1.62 kg sphere. What is the mass of the second sphere

  95. math

    Please explain finding the perimeter of a two-dimensional shape. Give examples if possible. tks

  96. social studies

    can someone give me 3 examples of how where Carolina lives shapes her life and the opportunities available for her and her family.

  97. Math (dont want ans just help figuring this out)

    Length of one Total # of # of side of pattern triangular white (in cm) Shapes used triang- to make pattern ular shapes used 2 4 3 3 9 6 4 16 10 ? ? ? 6 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 20 ? ? Number of gray triangular shapes used 1, 3,6,? ? ? ? ?

  98. physics

    A(n) 3.91 kg sphere makes a perfectly inelastic collision with a second sphere that is initially at rest. The composite system moves with a speed equal to one-third the original speed of the 3.91 kg sphere. What is the mass of the second sphere? Answer in

  99. science

    what is the difference between a two dimensional and a three dimensional map? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relief_map

  100. physics

    A small sphere of mass m = 0.520 kg is dropped from rest into a viscous liquid in which the resistive force on the sphere can be expressed as FD = −bv, and reaches one-fourth of its terminal speed in 3.14 s. (a) What is the terminal speed of the sphere?

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