# A student walks at a brisk 3.50 mi/hr. Calculate the student's speed in yards/minute. I have 4 questions just like this one. Could you tell me step by step on how to do the double conversions? Thanks!

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1. ## physics

Two students on roller skates stand face-toface, then push each other away. One student has a mass of 95 kg and the second student 60 kg. Find the ratio of the magnitude of the first student’s velocity to the magnitude of the second student’s velocity.

2. ## Physics

A student sits on a rotating stool holding two 3.4-kg objects. When his arms are extended horizontally, the objects are 1.0 m from the axis of rotation and he rotates with an angular speed of 0.75 rad/s. The moment of inertia of the student plus stool is

3. ## math

2. Mrs. young has her 18 students seated in a circle. They are evenly spaced and numbered in order. which student is directly opposite these three students? .student#1? .student#5? .student#18?

4. ## physics

A 60 kg student does 60 push ups in 40s . With each push up , the student must lift 70% of the body mass a height of 40cm off the floor. Assuming two significant digits, calculate the following The work the student does against a force of gravity for each

5. ## Math

The average student enrolled in the 20-wk Court Reporting I course at the American Institute of Court Reporting progresses according to the rule below where 0 t 20, and N'(t) measures the rate of change in the number of words/minute dictation the student

6. ## math

d = 0.08t^2 - 1.6t + 9 A student stands facing a motion detector. He quickly walks toward the detector, slows down, stops and then slowly walks away from the detector. He speeds up as he gets farther away from the detector. How far is the student from the

7. ## ap physics

A student sits on a rotating stool holding two 3.8-kg objects. When his arms are extended horizontally, the objects are 1.0 m from the axis of rotation and he rotates with an angular speed of 0.75 rad/s. The moment of inertia of the student plus stool is

8. ## physics

The 80kg student balances a 1300kg elephant on a hydraulic lift. (U-Tube) What is the diameter of the piston the student is standing on? When a second student joins the first, the height difference between the liquid levels in the right and left pistons is

9. ## Physics

A 3m slinky rests on a table with a student holding each end. The students laterally shake the ends of the slinky to generate transverse waves. The student on the left shakes the slinky at 4Hz with a 5cm amplitude and the student on the right shakes it at

10. ## Physics

Two students on roller skates stand face-toface, then push each other away. One student has a mass of 96 kg and the second student 56 kg. Find the ratio of the magnitude of the first student’s velocity to the magnitude of the second student’s velocity.

11. ## physics

A student sits at rest on a piano stool that can rotate without friction. The moment of inertia of the student-stool system is 4.6 kg m^2. A second student tosses a 1.5 kg mass with a speed of 2.9 m/s to the student on the stool, who catches it at a

12. ## science

A student makes the following statement: Chocolate- covered donuts are 10 times better than plain, glazed donuts. Which of the following correctly describes the student’s statement? a-The student’s statement is a quantitative observation. b-The

13. ## 6

A student begins at rest and then walks north with an average speed of v1 = 0.85 m/s. The student then turns south and walks with an average speed v2 = 0.45 m/s. (a) What was the student's overall average velocity vavg, x, in m/s, for the trip assuming the

14. ## physics

A student sits at rest on a piano stool that can rotate without friction. The moment of inertia of the student-stool system is 4.2 . A second student tosses a 1.1 mass with a speed of 3.0 to the student on the stool, who catches it at a distance of 0.45

15. ## math

d = 0.08t^2 - 1.6t + 9 A student stands facing a motion detector. He quickly walks toward the detector, slows down, stops and then slowly walks away from the detector. He speeds up as he gets farther away from the detector. When is the student closest to

16. ## Physics

A student on a piano stool rotates freely with an angular speed of 3.07 rev/s. The student holds a 1.38 kg mass in each outstretched arm, 0.759 m from the axis of rotation. The combined moment of inertia of the student and the stool, ignoring the two

17. ## chemistry

On a brisk walk, a person burns about 325 Cal/h. A pound of body fat stores an amount of chemical energy equivalent to 3500 Cal. If the brisk walk were done at 2.1 mi/h, how far would the student have to walk to burn off the pound of body fat?

18. ## physics

a student leaves home and walks 100 m in a northerly direction. he then walks in a direction of 45 degree north of east for 50 m to reach school. calculate the displacement graphically. choose a scale to draw the diagram

19. ## Physics

A student has a small battery-powered alarm buzzer. The student throws the buzzer toward a stationary wall (possibly due to frustration following a physics midterm examination). The buzzer emits sound with a frequency of 74 Hz, and the wall reflects the

20. ## physics

A horizontal circular platform (m = 108.1 kg, r = 3.25m) rotates about a frictionless vertical axle. A student (m = 85.3kg) walks slowly from the rim of the platform toward the center. The angular velocity, omega, of the system is 2.5 rad/s when the

21. ## Chemistry

A student conducts an experiment to determine the enthalpy of neutralization for phosphoric acid reacting with sodium hydroxide. The student combines 25.0 mL of equimolar solutions of acid and base, both having an initial temperature of 22.5 °C, in an

22. ## Chemistry

A student conducts an experiment to determine the enthalpy of neutralization for phosphoric acid reacting with sodium hydroxide. The student combines 25.0 mL of equimolar solutions of acid and base, both having an initial temperature of 22.5 °C, in an

23. ## Physical science

If you put a 9th grade student in a bathtub and he foisted with most of his head and upper chest above water, how much water would spill out? Additional Information: Bathtub was full of the brim Student is male, and has a normal male IQ (85) Student

24. ## AP Chem

A student performs an experiment to determine the enthalpy of neutralization of hydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide. The student combines 25 mL of equimolar solutions of acid and base, both having an initial temperature of 22.5 C, in an open polystyrene

25. ## Science - Physics

A student with a mass of 66kg is rollerblading at a velocity of 7.8m/s[W] when the trail suddenly becomes very rough and as a result the student stops pushing and comes to a stop in 0.95s. Determine the net force and acceleration of the student on the

26. ## Chemistry

A student walks at a brisk 3.50 mi/hr. Calculate the student's speed in yards/minute. I have 4 questions just like this one. Could you tell me step by step on how to do the double conversions? Thanks!

27. ## Chemistry

A student walks at a brisk 3.50 mi/hr. Calculate the student's speed in yards/minute. I have 4 questions just like this one. Could you tell me step by step on how to do the double conversions? Thanks!

28. ## physics

a student walks 180m in 155s. the student stops for 35s and then walks 320m farther in 145s. What is the average speed of the entire walk?

29. ## calculus

The Institute finds that the average student taking Elementary Shorthand will progress at a rate given by dQ/dt=k(80-Q) in a 20 -wk course, where Q(t) measures the number of words of dictation a student can take per minute after t wk in the course. If the

30. ## Calculus II

Hi, I can't seem to find out how to do this. My textbook has two Q(t) values in the example and I don't know how to interpret this problem. An institute finds that the average student taking Elementary Machine Shorthand will progress at a rate given by

31. ## physic

Somehow two students managed to open two windows at the library. Student A is 17 m above the ground and Student B is 23.5 m above the ground. At the same time that Student A drops a ball, Student B throws a ball straight down at an initial speed of 7.36

32. ## math

After years of teaching, I can say (with 100% made up certainty) that the average number of questions the typical student can complete per minute is 5.Â If I choose any student at random (I'm looking at you), what is the probability that yo...er that

33. ## physics !!

A student on a stool rotates freely at 180 rounds per minute. The student holds a 1.00 kg mass in each outstretched arm, 0.8 m from the axis of rotation. The combined moment of inertia of the student and the stool is 6.00 kgm2 which remains constant. How

34. ## physic

Somehow two students managed to open two windows at the library. Student A is 17 m above the ground and Student B is 23.5 m above the ground. At the same time that Student A drops a ball, Student B throws a ball straight down at an initial speed of 7.36

35. ## Science

A student rolled a toy car down a ramp and timed how long it took to reach the bottom. After one trial, the student doubled the height of the ramp and added sandpaper to its surface. The student conducted three more trials. After reviewing the data, the

36. ## math

d = 0.08t^2 - 1.6t + 9 A student stands facing a motion detector. He quickly walks toward the detector, slows down, stops and then slowly walks away from the detector. He speeds up as he gets farther away from the detector. How far is the student from the

37. ## MATH

A SCHOOL IS DIVIDED INTO 4 HOUSES P,Q,R,S. ON SPORTS DAY,STUDENTS LINE UP SO THAT A STUDENT FROM P IS FIRST IN LINE,THEN A STUDENT FROM Q THEN A STUDENT FROM R THEN A STUDENT FROM S THEN A STUDENT FROM P AND SO ON WITH SAME ORDER REPEATING .FROM WHAT HOUSE

38. ## physics

A student holds two lead weights, each of mass 12 kg. When the students’ arms are extended horizontally, the lead weights are 0.82 m from the axis of rotation and the student rotates with an angular speed of 1.5 rad/sec. The moment of inertia of student

39. ## math

a school is divided into 4 houses,P,Q,R and S.On sports day,the students line up so that a student from P is first in line,then a student from Q then a student from R then a student from S,then a student from P and so on with same order repeating.From what

40. ## Physics

A 70 kg student holds a 2.0 kg mass in each hand and is sitting on a stool that can rotate freely about a vertical axis. With the masses held at arm’s length (0.9 m) the student is set spinning at 1.2 revolutions per second. a. If we approximate the

41. ## Math

Mary is passing out school supplies to students in the class. She gives colored pencils to every second student, markers to every third student, and crayons to every fifth student. The second student received all three. Which student will be the next to

42. ## Physics

A student on a piano stool rotates freely with an angular speed of 2.85rev/s . The student holds a 1.10kg mass in each outstretched arm, 0.789m from the axis of rotation. The combined moment of inertia of the student and the stool, ignoring the two masses,

43. ## physic

A student on a piano stool rotates freely with an angular speed of 3.07 rev/s. The student holds a 1.38 kg mass in each outstretched arm, 0.759 m from the axis of rotation. The combined moment of inertia of the student and the stool, ignoring the two

44. ## Math 6th

Imagine there are 1000 lockers and 1000 students at school. The 1st student who comes through the school opens every locker as they enter the school. The 2nd student walks in and closes every other locker begining with locker number two. The 3rd student

45. ## physics

A student sits at rest on a piano stool that can rotate without friction. The moment of inertia of the student-stool system is 4.6 kg m^2. A second student tosses a 1.5 kg mass with a speed of 2.9 m/s to the student on the stool, who catches it at a

46. ## math

a student has \$8 to spent on a phone call.the cost of the call is \$0.34 for the first minute and \$0.24 for each additional minute. how long can the student talk on the phone? i think the answer is... \$8-\$0.34=\$7.66 \$7.66/\$0.24=31.9 so i guess its about 31

47. ## education

As a teacher how to organize this ethnicity class? why? - african american 3 student -real american 3 student -mexican 3 student -asian 5 student -other 2 student

48. ## physics

a 43.7 kg student runs down the sidewalk and jumps with a horizontal speed of 4.48 m/s onto a stationary skateboard. the student and the skateboard move down the sidewalk with a speed of 4.25m/s. find the mass of the skateboard in units of kg. how fast

49. ## physics

a 43.7 kg student runs down the sidewalk and jumps with a horizontal speed of 4.48 m/s onto a stationary skateboard. the student and the skateboard move down the sidewalk with a speed of 4.25m/s. find the mass of the skateboard in units of kg. how fast

50. ## physics

a 43.7 kg student runs down the sidewalk and jumps with a horizontal speed of 4.48 m/s onto a stationary skateboard. the student and the skateboard move down the sidewalk with a speed of 4.25m/s. find the mass of the skateboard in units of kg. how fast

51. ## physics

A student has a small battery-powered alarm buzzer. The student throws the buzzer toward a stationary wall (possibly due to frustration following a physics midterm examination). The buzzer emits sound with a frequency of 268 Hz, and the wall reflects the

52. ## Physics

A large horizontal circular platform (M=143.1 kg, r=3.01 m) rotates about a frictionless vertical axle. A student (m=75.3 kg) walks slowly from the rim of the platform toward the center. The angular velocity ω of the system is 2.10 rad/s when the student

53. ## Physics

The spring shown in the figure is compressed 59cm and used to launch a 100 kg physics student. The track is frictionless until it starts up the incline. The student's coefficient of kinetic friction on the 30∘ incline is 0.14 . k= 80,000 N/m m=100 kg uk=

54. ## physics

A horizontal circular platform (m = 122.1 kg, r = 3.43m) rotates about a frictionless vertical axle. A student (m = 82.3kg) walks slowly from the rim of the platform toward the center. The angular velocity, omega, of the system is 2.9 rad/s when the

55. ## Physics

A horizontal circular platform (m = 110.1 kg, r = 3.21m) rotates about a frictionless vertical axle. A student (m = 98.3kg) walks slowly from the rim of the platform toward the center. The angular velocity, omega, of the system is 3.9 rad/s when the

56. ## physics

A 41.2 kg student runs down the sidewalk and jumps with a horizontal speed of 4.36 m/s onto a stationary skateboard. The student and skateboard move down the sidewalk with a speed of 4.12 m/s. a. Find the mass of the skateboard (in kg) b. How fast would

57. ## Calculus

After x weeks of prcatice, a student can type f(x)=80(1-e^-0.3x)words a minute. How sooon will the student be able to type 60 words per minute? (Round to the nearest tenth)

58. ## calculus

After x weeks of prcatice, a student can type f(x)=80(1-e^-0.3x)words a minute. How sooon will the student be able to type 60 words per minute? (Round to the nearest tenth)

59. ## Physics

A student on a piano stool rotates freely with an angular speed of 2.95 rad/s . The student holds a 1.35 kg mass in each outstretched arm, 0.739 m from the axis of rotation. The combined moment of inertia of the student and the stool, ignoring the two

60. ## physics

A 30 kg person climbs up a 5 m rope at a constant speed. If the student’s power output is 2 kW, how long does it take for the student to climb the rope? How much work does the student do?

61. ## physics

A student is attempting to haul a 500 kg log down a 24 degree hill. The log has a coefficient of friction of .5. The student is pulling with about 1700 N of force. Is the student pulling too hard or too lightly? Calculate exactly how much harder or less

62. ## science

Four students were studying acceleration in Science class. Each student wrote down a statement about acceleration. The students statements are below. Student 1 When the velocity of an object changes, the object is accelerating. Student 2 Acceleration

63. ## Physics

A student walks from her apartment a distance d=139m to the bus stop at a speed of v1= 1.40m/s.

64. ## Physics

A large horizontal circular platform (M=143.1 kg, r=3.01 m) rotates about a frictionless vertical axle. A student (m=75.3 kg) walks slowly from the rim of the platform toward the center. The angular velocity ω of the system is 2.10 rad/s when the student

65. ## Physics

Student A is on a 9m high bridge while Student B is on the ground. Student B throws an apple up to Student B with a velocity of 18m/s. How long does it take for the apple to reach student A's hand? if student A is unable to catch the apple, how long would

66. ## Physics

Student A is on a 9m Hugh bridge while Student B is on the ground. Student B throws an apple up to Student B with a velocity of 18m/s. How long does it take for the apple to reach student A's hand? if student A is unable to catch the apple, how long would

67. ## physics

1. A student is dragging a 5 kg box along the floor. He pulls on the rope with a 25 Newton force. The rope is 37 degrees above horizontal. As the box slides 10 meters, it goes from a speed of 3 m/s to a speed of 7 m/s. a.) calculate the normal force on the

68. ## Math Help

Suppose that each student in stat. has a 9% chance of missing class on any given day and that student attendance is independent. In a stat. class of 20 students, find the probability that: 1) no student is absent 2) one student is absent 3) three student

Suppose that each student in stat. has a 9% chance of missing class on any given day and that student attendance is independent. In a stat. class of 20 students, find the probability that: 1) no student is absent =15.16 2) one student is absent =30 3)

70. ## physics

If the brisk walk were done at 4.0mi/h how far would the student have to walk to burn pound of fat

71. ## physics

If the brisk walk were done at 4.0mi/h how far would the student have to walk to burn pound of fat

72. ## math

A different eight grader has been asked to work at the face painting booth every half hour. Use division to find how many eighth-graders are needed to work at the face painting booth during the fair. Show your work. I don't understand the division part,

73. ## Physics*

A student sits on a rotating stool holding two 3.2-kg objects. When his arms are extended horizontally, the objects are 1.0 m from the axis of rotation and he rotates with an angular speed of 0.75 rad/s. The moment of inertia of the student plus stool is

74. ## math

a teacher asks four students to write equations. the table shows the responses. student 1= 7x+x-8 = 2(4x-4) student 2= 6(x+2)+2x = 5x+2+8x student 3= 8x+x-5 = 9x+8 student 4= 6(2-x)+3 = -2(3x+2) which 2 students have an equation that has no solution A.1&2

75. ## physics

i need help i don't understand how to do this problem so please help me. A student lifts a 5kg chair 0.8m off the floor, walks at a constant speed for a distance 10m, and then puts the chair back down on the floor. calculate the total amount of work done

76. ## PHYSICS

A student is running at her top speed of 4.6 m/s to catch a bus, which is stopped at the bus stop. When the student is still a distance 38.9 m from the bus, it starts to pull away, moving with a constant acceleration of 0.177 m/s^2. A) For how much time

77. ## help azap math

Latasha went to the fabric store and bought yards of red fabric and yards of blue fabric. How many yards of fabric did Latasha buy altogether? A student solved the problem this way: Latasha bought yards of fabric. Use a similar strategy to solve this

78. ## math

for each plege plans write an equation that can be used to calculate the amount of money a sponser owes, given the total distance the student walks?

79. ## teachers aide

how would a student who has a mistaken goal of getting attention act? (a)the student would be hostile ans violent (b)the student would stop for a while and then repeat the behavior (my answer) (c)the student would refuse to stop the misbehavior (d)the

80. ## physics

A river has a steady speed of 0.562 m/s . A student swims upstream a distance of 0.839 km and returns to the starting point. If the student can swim at a speed of 1.06 m/s in still water, how long does the trip take? Answer in units of s.

81. ## Physics

To determine the location of his center of mass, a physics student lies on a lightweight plank supported by two scales L = 2.40 m apart If the left scale reads 278 N, and the right scale reads 116 N, calculate the student's mass. Calculate the distance

82. ## physics

To determine the location of his center of mass, a physics student lies on a lightweight plank supported by two scales L = 2.44 m apart. If the left scale reads 309 N, and the right scale reads 125 N, calculate the student's mass. Calculate the distance

83. ## physics

A student in the front row of a concert is at a distance of 2 m from the speaker. They hear the sound at 140dB. What is the sound intensity if the student walks 20 m away. What is the sound intensity at 2 m if there are 100 speakers at the same level at

84. ## physics

a student is riding in an elevator moving vertically down at a constant speed V. If the mass of the student is M, the power delivered to the student by the normal force of the elevator floor is: +MgV zero -MgV MgV^2

85. ## Chemistry

A student was given 100mL of HCL solution in a 250mL beaker and told that the HCL was 0.11M. The student was also given phenolphthalein indicator and 250 ML of 0.1234 M NaOH. The student first filled a buret with NaOH solution. The student then placed an

86. ## Teachers Aide/Language and other Barriers

18. To welcome a new Asian student into your classroom, it would be appropriate to A. greet him or her warmly with a hug. B. have the student introduce himself or herself to the class. C. have classmates greet the new student by saying

87. ## Student supervision

What is a good technique to follow when you'return supervising a reading group? A. Ignore the mistake a student makes. B. When a student comes to an unknown word, say what it is. ( my answer) C. Concentrate on correct words, rather than correct expression

88. ## algebra

One student will be randomly selected out of 100 as follows. 1. Each student will be assigned a number with the digits 1 through 5 allowed. 2. Several wheels with five sectors labeled 1 through 5 will be spun, and a number will be read from each wheel. 3.

89. ## statistics

One student is selected at random from a student body. Suppose the probability that this student is female is 0.5 and the probability that this student works part time is 0.6. Are the two events "female" and "working" mutually exclusive?

90. ## classroom management

Consider other types of interruptions, such as a fire drill or having a student paged to the front office during a lesson. i cant think of any but having a disruptive student address how you will adapt your strategies to work under a variety of unexpected

91. ## maths

Formalize the following english statements as quantified WFF. Let S(x) be the predicate "x is a student," B(x) the predicate "x is a book," and H(x,y) the predicate "x has y, " where the universe of discourse is the universe, that is the set of all

92. ## math

a student soved the equation x/+5=1 without showing all the work. the student's solution is incorrect. what error did the student make?

93. ## Pre-Algebra

a student solved the equation x/4 +5=1 without showing all the work. the student's solution is incorrect. what error did the student make?

94. ## Statistics

On a chemistry exam, Student A scored a 81 and Student B scored a 70. The mean for the class was 75 and the standard deviation was 3.8. What percentage of students scored in somewhere in between Student A and Student B?

also which are independent events? a) a student spins a spinner. on the first spin she spins a six and on the second spin she spins a three b) a student chooses a card from a deck of 20 cards. the student keeps the card and chooses another one. c) a

A river has a steady speed of 0.276 m/s. A student swims upstream a distance of 1.4 km and swims back to the starting point. If the student can swim at a speed of 1.15 m/s in still water, how long (in minutes) does the trip take? How do I solve this

97. ## physics

A student, instead of using the effective mass for Si (1.18∗m(e)), uses the effective mass in Ge (0.22∗m(e)) to calculate density of states in Si. The student of course gets the wrong values. What is the ratio of the student's answer compared to the

98. ## Stat

Translate the following events into set notation using the symbols A and B, complement, union, intersection. Also give the probability of the event as determined from the table above. Fill in the table below with these values. {If you cannot construct the

99. ## math

In a class of 60 student,the number of student who passed biology is 6 more than the number of student who passed chemistry.Every student passed atleast one of the two subject and 85 student passed both subjects

100. ## science

a student stands at the edge of a diving board that is 3 m high. the student's weight is 350 N. what is the student's gravitational potential energy relative to the surface of the water?