1. 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
  2. Grammar

    1. An appositive: A. is another term for possessive pronouns. B. is an antecedent. C. is always plural. D. renames the noun. I think it's D? 2. The pronoun "who" can be used for: A. subjects B direct objects C. indirect objects D. objects of the
  3. Physics recheck

    Let f be the frequency, v wav the speed, and T the period of a sinusoidal traveling wave. The correct relationship is: a)f=1/T b)f=vwav + T c)f=vwavT d)f=vwav/T e)f=T/vwav My thoughts: Since frequency is equal to T=1/f so f=1/T. Vwav is connected to f by
  4. Genetics

    A homozygous pea plant with round peas and yellow cotyledons was crossed to a wrinkled, green plant. The F1 was selfed and produced: 193 round, yellow 69 round, green 64 wrinkled, yellow 26 wrinkled, green a) propose hypothesis that allows you to calculate
  5. math

    Maria has the following scores on exams in her social studies class 86, 75, 97, 58, 94, and 58 A. find the mean, median, and mode of the scores. B. Should Maria's social studies teacher use the mean, median, or mode of the exam scores to convince Maria
  6. Math

    Posted by Pam on Thursday, July 21, 2016 at 10:41am. One day 3/8 of the students in Jack's class ate toast for breakfast. Another 1/8 of the students ate oatmeal. Jack added the fractions and found the sum was 7/8. Which statement best describes the sum
  7. Math

    Posted by Pam on Thursday, July 21, 2016 at 10:41am. One day 3/8 of the students in Jack's class ate toast for breakfast. Another 1/8 of the students ate oatmeal. Jack added the fractions and found the sum was 7/8. Which statement best describes the sum
  8. 3rd grade math

    There are 24 students in Ms. Messing's class. Six more students walk to school than ride their bikes. The number of students that ride their bikes is the same as the number of students that are driven to school. How many students walk to school? Please
  9. Stats

    Y is a discrete random variable. The table below reports the values of Y and the corresponding frequency, n (the number of observations for each value). Based on this information, what is the expected value of Y? Y n 50 50 70 100 100 200 200 50 120 100 140
  10. psychology

    A school psychologist is asked to help with a third grade student who is disrupting the class and causing the teacher to consider a change in professions. The psychologist interviews the parents, teachers, students, and student. She examines the reports of
  11. Physics

    James and Steve have a contest to see who can kick a football further. James kicks the football at an angle up of 57 degrees, and a speed of 75m/s. Steve kicks the ball with a speed of 100m/s, at an angle up of 48 degrees? Who wins the contest? Please show
  12. math

    There are 35 students in a class who stu dy either art or music, 15 study art. Twice as many students who study art study music. COMPLETE THE VENN DIAGRAM TO SHOW. Art only MUSIC ONLY art and music
  13. Physics

    170 students in a lecture hall can scream at 115 dB. Thus, we should expect that: A. an average student can do 0.68 dB by him or herself. B.340 average students can do 125 dB. C.340 average students can do 230 dB. D.1700 average students can do 125 dB.
  14. Physics

    170 students in a lecture hall can scream at 115 dB. Thus, we should expect that: A. an average student can do 0.68 dB by him or herself. B.340 average students can do 125 dB. C.340 average students can do 230 dB. D.1700 average students can do 125 dB.
  15. Math

    Cody wants to go on his senior class trip. He finds a job that pays $7 per hour and he also mows lawns for $9 an hour. He needs to earn $693 to pay for the trip, excluding spending money. 1. Write an inequality describing Cody's goal in terms of hours at
  16. math

    An art projector takes a 5 x 5" picture and enlarges it 14 times. What is the largest size, height and width, it can make? Have tried a formula of 5" x 14= 70, so 5 x 5" = 70 x 70 = 4900, 4900 divided by the side, 70, = finished size of 70 x 70" ?
  17. Grammar ~CHECK MY WORK PLEASE~

    THE STARS NEXT TO IT ARE MY ANSWERS!! Select the answer that correctly identifies the part of speech of the italicized word or words in each sentence below. The words are with all big letters. SUDDENLY, BEFORE, OUTSIDE 1) Everyone in the cafeteria was
  18. algebra help please

    The area of a rectangle of length x is given by 3x^2+5x find the width of the rectangle a=l*w =x*(3x+5) I stoped here I am not sure if I am correct i was taken the 3x+5 as the width and x as the length but i am not sure if the 3x+5 should be the area and
  19. Seminar MGT

    Is there a way to test the global business citizenship status of any company? What metrics would you use to do so? First, I'd define "global business citizenship" status. Do you mean how much money it makes? Do you mean how it treats and recompenses its
  20. Algebra 1

    1. A bag contains 3 red marbles, 2 blue marbles, and 5 green marbles. What is the probability of randomly selecting a red marble then, without replacing it, randomly selecting a green marble? 2. A bag contains 5 blue marbles, 6 red marbles, and 9 green
  21. Science help please

    In class we have to think of a testable question for our science fair project our teacher is making us write 5 things I like then write make it into a testable question . EX: she said she likes sledding What is the effect of sled shape on sled speed ? I
  22. science

    Richard stands on the flatbed car of a moving train playing an a on his horn. the note has a fundamental frequency of 220 Hz. Calculate weather or not the train could move fast enough for a stationary observer on the ground to hear the first overtone of
  23. Physics

    Richard stands on the flatbed car of a moving train playing an a on his horn. the note has a fundamental frequency of 220 Hz. Calculate weather or not the train could move fast enough for a stationary observer on the ground to hear the first overtone of
  24. grammar

    correct the ten mistake and write out the paragraph. the best girl at sport in the class is my best friend. last year she won two medals for swimming it was when we had a huge swimming gala at the bath in town. everyone in the lower school was there,and
  25. Chemistry

    Hey guys so I was absent for my class and my teacher STILL wants me to figure out how to do limiting reactant and theoretical yield I tried Khan academy and it was no use. So basically the first question is : My data is : Mass of lead nitrate = 5.03g and
  26. History

    Which most accurately describes how the Tang dynasty’s concepts of government influenced Asian civilizations? india valued the tang dynastys social class organization and instituted a rigid caste system vietnam respected the tang dynastys representative
  27. math

    In your biology class, your final grade is based on several things: a lab score, scores on two major tests, and your score on the final exam. There are 100 points available for each score. However, the lab score is worth 16% of your total grade, each major
  28. Work and Family Life (WFL)

    For my Work and Family Life class I my teacher gave us a picture of a child. Everyone has a child from a different country. My girl is from South Africa. On the back of the picture it talks about the girl (age, name ect. ). Then it says the child's
  29. physics

    The frequency of the electromagnetic waves in a microwave oven is 2.2 GHz. A large piece of cake is placed inside this microwave oven without the rotating plate, and left to cook for a while. Once the cake is cut, the distance between adjacent uncooked
  30. Chemistry

    Good morning, I am looking for help in figuring out how to solve this problem, knowing that the magnetic field was just calculated to be 9.39 tesla. Is there a specific formula and is there any information I'm missing to be able to solve this question?
  31. Biology

    Can someone please explain what this article isn't talking about I couldn't post the link but you can find it online "The relationship between the volume of antimicrobial consumption in human communities and the frequency of resistance" Please don't just
  32. Chemistry

    A metal foil has a threshold frequency of 5.45 x 10^14 Hz. Which color of visible light will not eject electrons from this metal? a) blue b) indigo c) violet d) orange c=(wavelength)(v) 3.0x10^8m/s = (wavelength)(5.45 x 10^14 Hz) 550 nm -> releases
  33. physics

    A large block P executes horizontal simple harmonic motion as it slides across a frictionless surface with a frequency f = 1.7 Hz. Block B rests on it, as shown in the figure, and the coefficient of static friction between the two is ìs=0.64. (b) What is
  34. Chemistry

    Calculate the energy in Joules, of a photon of blue light have a frequency of 5.0 x 10^14 hertz. E=hv v=C/ƛ v= 3.00x10^8/5.0x10^14= 6x10^-7 E=(6.626x10^-34) (6x10^-7)= 3.9x10^40 Joules What am I doing wrong? I got this wrong on my exam and have a
  35. physics

    A large block P executes horizontal simple harmonic motion as it slides across a frictionless surface with a frequency f = 1.7 Hz. Block B rests on it, as shown in the figure, and the coefficient of static friction between the two is ìs=0.64. (b) What is
  36. statistics-PLEASE HELP quick

    A family has four children and we assume that births occur with equal frequency for both sexes. Construct a sample space for all possible family arrangements allowing for order of birth to count. a) How many different arrangements are possible? b)find P
  37. Physics

    The frequency of the electromagnetic waves in a microwave oven is 2.2 GHz. A large piece of cake is placed inside this microwave oven without the rotating plate, and left to cook for a while. Once the cake is cut, the distance between adjacent uncooked
  38. Environmental Science

    Can someone please help me match up my vocad since I've gotten them all wrong in class the other day? 1.__Mississippi River 2.__Area above an aquifer 3.__Bottled water 4.__Bacteria 5.__multiple sources 6.__fertilizer runoff 7.__law designed to improve
  39. Geography

    For each of the following actions, state one or more of the three principles of sustainability that are involved: Reliance on solar energy/ Biodiversity/ Chemical cycling 1. Taking your own reusable bags to the grocery store to carry your purchases home 2.
  40. Physics

    Sorry, another question. A camper van with a mass of 2500kg has a maximum driving force of 2650N. The camper van drives along a straight, level road at a constant speed of 90 kilometres per hour. At this speed, air resistance is 2000N and the frction
  41. Quantitative Analysis for Managerial Applications

    2. From the data given below calculate the value of first and third quartiles, second and ninth deciles and forty-fifth and fifty-seventh percentiles. Height in centimeters Number of students Cumulative frequency 161-167 79 79 167-173 92 171 173-179 60 231
  42. science

    Which of the following objects could be used to construct a functional clock? a. A superball bouncing up and down many times on a hard floor. b. A very low frequency tuning fork. c. A ribbon fluttering back and forth in the wind. d. A car that is bouncing
  43. basic electronics

    A full-wave rectifier circuit is driven by a sinusoidal input voltage with Vrms=15V and frequency 50Hz. If the load resistance is 100Ω, with a filter capacitance of 1.5mF? (Assume the diodes to be ideal, with Von=0V.) what is the maximum instantaneous
  44. math

    In a class of 32 students, all the students study Spanish(S) and 20 of the students study French(F).Calculate the number of students who study Spanish(S) but not French(F).
  45. Chemistry

    I know the first two answers but I am stumped on the treatments and how they work chemically. A freshman studying medicine at an Ivy League College is a part of his class crew team and exercises regularly. After a particularly strenuous exercise session,
  46. Precalculus

    I have a precalculus test tomorrow and I've been studying nonstop for the past few days but I've been struggling because it has been 8 years since the last math class I have taken. My question is about half-angle formulas, My professor taught us that they
  47. math

    in a class of 50 students, 29 are democrats, 11 are business majors, and 5 of the business majors are democrats. If one student is randomly selected, find the probability of A. choosing a democrat who is not a business major B. choosing a student who's
  48. Grammar PLease Check MY answers!

    Is there a mistake with the superlative adverb? 1. Thomas sauntered casuallyier to the podium and waited. a. Change casuallyier to most casually . b. Change casuallyier to casualiest . c. Change casuallyier to more casuallyier . d. Make no change. 2..
  49. English

    How does Seho look today? He looks unhappy. Do you know why? Yes, I do. 1. His father passed away yesterday. 2. He cut his finger with a knife. 3. He had his arm broken on the road. 4. He was hit by a bicycle on his way to school. 5. He quarreled with his
  50. Statistics

    For the gene pair that determines eye color, each gene trait may be one of two types: dominant brown (B) or recessive blue (b). A person possessing the gene pair BB or Bb has brown eyes, whereas the pair bb produces blue eyes. a) Suppose both parents of an
  51. PHYSICS

    Light waves are electromagnetic waves that travel at 3.00 108 m/s. The eye is most sensitive to light having a wavelength of 5.50 10-7 m. (a) Find the frequency of this light wave. __________ Hz (b) Find its period. _______________ s
  52. sound waves

    What a vibrating object dose to the air particles around it? It makes them move...creating pressure waves that propagte through the air, which we detect as sound if it is in the "sound" frequency wave
  53. Math

    A hanging spring is compressed 3 inches from its rest position and released at t = 0 seconds. It returns to the same position after 0.8 seconds. Find: a) the amplitude of the motion b) the period of the motion c) the frequency of the motion
  54. physics

    One end of a string 5.34 m long is moved up and down with simple harmonic motion at a frequency of 15 Hz . The waves reach the other end of the string in 0.5 s . Find the wavelength of the waves on the string. Answer in units of cm
  55. Physics

    The lowest A on a piano has a frequency of 27.5 Hz. Assume: The tension in the A piano wire (of length 1.8 m) is 305 N, and one-half wave- length occupies the wire. What is the mass of m the wire? Answer in units of kg.
  56. Chemistry

    Microwave radiation is absorbed by the water in food. As the water absorbs the heat it causes the food to get hot. If the λ of a microwave is 10 cm, calculate the frequency of the microwave and the energy of each photon.
  57. Chemistry

    Microwave radiation is absorbed by the water in food. As the water absorbs the heat it causes the food to get hot. If the λ of a microwave is 10 cm, calculate the frequency of the microwave and the energy of each photon.
  58. Science

    Which of the following factors determines the loudness of a sound? A. Frequency of the sound wave. B. Amplitude of the sound wave. C. The temperature of the medium. D. The density of the medium. Is the answer B? Im getting confused betwwen B and D. Thank
  59. Math

    Each day Julia's math Teacher gives class a warm up qs. It's true/false 20% of the times and multiple choice 80% . Julia gets 70% on true false correct and 90% on multiple choice correct. Julia answered today's question correctly. What's the probability
  60. Physics

    1)As a sound source moves away from a stationary observer, the number of waves will. A)increase B)decrease C)remain the same D)need to know the speed of the source (answer:decrease.) As the detector recedes from the source, the relative velocity is
  61. Socials Studies

    You will take one side of the Canadian Confederation argument (For or Against) and you will present it. What you need to do: -address the positive sides of your argument -attempt to cut down any arguments from the other point of view create a class
  62. Statistics

    Suppose x has a mound-shaped distribution with sigma = 9 . A random sample of size 36 has sample mean 20. Is it appropriate to use a normal distribution to compute a confidence interval for the population mean m? Explain. Find a 95% confidence interval for
  63. Physics

    A newly discovered particle, the SPARTYON, has a mass 895 times that of an electron. If a SPARTYON at rest absorbs an anti-SPARTYON, what is the frequency of each of the emitted photons (in 1020 Hz)? The mass of an electron is 9.11×10-31 kg.
  64. physics

    suppose a 1.50 kg object is suspended from the end of a silicone band. when the object is pulled down and released, the band vibrates at a frequency of 2.08 s-1. calculate the spring constant of this silicone band including units.
  65. waves

    A skipper on a boat notices wave crests passing his anchor chain every 5 s. He estimates the distance between wavecrests to be 15 m. He also correctly estimates the speed of the waves. What is the speed? Speed = (wavelength) x (frequency) = (15 m)[1/(5 s)]
  66. Chemistry

    suppose a 1.50 kg object is suspended from the end of a silicone band. when the object is pulled down and released, the band vibrates at a frequency of 2.08 s-1. calculate the spring constant of this silicone band including units.
  67. physics

    A particle with a mass of 3.00 10-20 kg is oscillating with simple harmonic motion with a period of 7.00 10-5 s and a maximum speed of 4.50 103 m/s. (a) Calculate the angular frequency of the particle. rad/s (b) Calculate the maximum displacement of the
  68. physics

    suppose a 1.50 kg object is suspended from the end of a silicone band. when the object is pulled down and released, the band vibrates at a frequency of 2.08 s-1. calculate the spring constant of this silicone band including units.
  69. Physics

    The time needed for a water wave to change from the equilibrium level to the crest is 0.4185 s. What fraction of a wavelength is this? What is the period of the wave? Answer in units of s. What is the frequency of the wave? Answer in units of Hz.
  70. physics

    suppose a 1.50 kg object is suspended from the end of a silicone band. when the object is pulled down and released, the band vibrates at a frequency of 2.08 s-1. calculate the spring constant of this silicone band including units.
  71. Physical Science

    If you can help with this problem, I would so appreciate it. If I can understand, I think I can do the rest of them. Here is the problem and the answer. How do I work through to the answer? A certain radio wave has a frequency of 1.03 MHz. What is the
  72. physics

    The time needed for a water wave to change from the equilibrium level to the crest is 0.4185 s. What fraction of a wavelength is this? What is the period of the wave? Answer in units of s. What is the frequency of the wave? Answer in units of Hz
  73. Pre-Algebra

    How would I make a frequency table with these numbers?: 465,599,567,529,243,250,268,319,294,316,325,364,358,237,270,534,479,614,283,575,591,555,508,609,584,304
  74. Finance

    As an investor, you are considering an investment in the bonds of the Conifer Coal Company. The bonds, which pay interest semiannually, will mature in 8 years, have a coupon rate of 9.5% on a face value of $1,000. Currently, the bonds are selling for $872.
  75. UOP. PSY210

    "What is the biomedical approach as well as the psychodynamic, humanistic-existential, behavior, and cognitive approaches to psychotherapy. How do they work with and explain four essential characteristics:" AxiaCollege, UOP PSY210 Class) 1. Systematic
  76. US History

    1. Colonial American society was organized according to a belief in a. a strong middle class b. a classess society c. equality of opportunity d. inequality C? 3. Why did most Puritans come to North America? a. to avoid imprisonment b. to set up their own
  77. Social Studies

    someone already posted something similar to mine but i think they're in my class and we have way different problems to work on... name if the following involve, seperation in powers, checks and balances, judicial review, federalism, or some combination of
  78. Chemistry

    a piece of metal is heated by placing it in hot oil. it is removed from the hot oil and placed into a calorimeter of cold water. the water heats up due to the transfer of heat from the metal. what happens to the temperature of the calorimeter? how is the
  79. Finance

    An investment bank has created a CDO by pooling 100 bonds which will either pay off $0 (in case of default) or pay off $1. The CDO has three risk classes rated AAA, BBB, and CCC with face values of $70, $20, and $10, respectively. The current prices of the
  80. Physics

    The equation of motion for an oscillator in vertical SHM is given by y=(0.60m)sin[(130rad/s)t]. Part A What is the amplitude of this motion? Part B What is the frequency of this motion? Part C What is the period of this motion?
  81. Physics HELP!!

    a). What is the wavelengh of a 2.54MHz ultrasound wave travelling through aluminum?(the speed of sound in aluminum is 6420 m/s) b). What frequency of electromagnetic wave would have the same wavelength as the ultrasound wave above?
  82. Science

    1. A certain radar installation transmits electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of 2.5 cm. What is the frequency of this radiation? 2. For the radar above, how many seconds will it take for a signal to reach an airplane 15 km away, and return to the
  83. biology

    9. A certain radar installation transmits electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength of 2.5 cm. What is the frequency of this radiation? 10. For the radar in #9 above, how many seconds will it take for a signal to reach an airplane 15 km away, and return
  84. MATHS

    In a class of 30 learners,17 play football,15 play vollyball,12 play rugby.9 learners play vollyball only and 3 play rugby only.If all learners play at least one of the three sports.Use a venn diagram to find the number of learners who pray only vollyball
  85. Physics- Circuits Current & Voltage Problem

    Please find this question onto y a h o o s e a r c h e n g i n e b y c o p y & p a s t e. Determine... (a) the current in each resistor (Indicate the direction of the current flow through each resistor through the sign of your answer. Take upward current
  86. In-class presentation (history)

    Hi Look, I'm stuck. I've been trying to get an idea all week. The last thing that I want to do is use a powerpoint as my visual aid. In fact i've removed it from even being considered. At one point I thought about doing a video confrence or asking
  87. algebra

    The length of a rectangular field is 18 m longer than the width. The field is enclosed with fencing and divided into two parts with a fence parallel to the shorter sides. If 216 m of fencing are required, what are the dimensions of the outside rectangle?
  88. personal finance

    Compare a regular cash dividend with a periodic share repurchase. Which has greater appeal to you? Explain. Explain a stock dividend and further explain if you would prefer it to a cash dividend. What are stock splits and how desirable are they? In your
  89. Physics HELP!!!!!!!!

    The fundamental frequency of a string fixed at both ends is 325 Hz. How long does it take for a wave to travel the length of this string? The time for one cycle is 1/325 sec. The time to go to one end (1/2 wavelength away) is one half that time. yes it is
  90. physics

    a telephone engineer feeds a sound signal into the mouthpiece of a telephone.As part of the tests he is making he incresesthe frequency of the sound.HOW WILL THIS EFFECT TYE ELECTICAL SIGNAL PASSING ALONG THE TELEPHONE WIRE?
  91. physics

    How fast should a car move toward you for the car's horn to sound 2.88% higher in frequency than when the car is stationary? The speed of sound is 343 m/s. A)42.5 Hz B)54.5 Hz C)61.8 Hz D)65.4 Hz v=16 fs=583 vs=343 (16+0)/16 Im not even gonna post the rest
  92. physics

    A wave of frequency M sec-1 has a velocity of 4M m/sec. (a) How far apart are two points whose displacements are (𝑴𝟐)𝑜. apart in phase? (b) At a given point, what is the phase difference between two displacements occurring at times
  93. English-College

    For my college english class we have to write a highly technical document, semi technical document, and non technical document. All them have to be on the same topic and a 1/2 page each. I was wondering if you had any ideas on what I can write on and what
  94. Algebra HELP!

    A teacher instructed her class to take any number and perform a series of computations using that number. The teacher was able to tell each student's original number by subtracting 1 from the student's answer. Create similar instructions for students so
  95. English

    I am writing a magazine article for a class. I have looked up how to cite sources and still don't quite understand. I am using Associated Press (AP Style). I am writing about a famous person. I have read a lot about this person, but I can't interview this
  96. English

    8. Choose the type of punctuation that is missing from the following sentence. Were invited to the movies with Sam and Alex tonight. (1 point) apostrophe semicolon colon hyphen 9. For class tomorrow, I need you to bring the following paint, markers, and
  97. physics

    a light pointer fixed to one prong of a tuning fork touches a vertical plate. The fork is set vibrating and the plate is allowed to fall freely. 8 complete oscillations are counted when the plate falls through 10cm. What is the frequency of the fork ?
  98. essay: inventions

    I have to write an essay for my english class. The "subject" is inventions. I came up with the phone, the car, electricity, and peanut butter. Peanut butter was more of a joke. I think that I should do electricity. If I did electricity, I could put
  99. math

    Number of People You Have Known Who Were Victims of Homicide # of Victims Frequency 0 3944 1 279 2 97 3 40 4 30 a. To find the mean, it is necessary to give a score to the “4 or more” category. Find it, using the score 4.5. (In practice, you might try
  100. Physics

    A string has a linear density of 6.2 x 10-3 kg/m and is under a tension of 250 N. The string is 1.2 m long, is fixed at both ends, and is vibrating in the standing wave pattern shown in the drawing. Determine the (a) speed, (b) wavelength, and (c)