# frastrated over your difficult asignment , you slam your hand on the table. ouch! why does your hand hurt? would it hurt if the table had broken when you hit it? (using Newton's third law)

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1. ## English

1. Why was the Eleven Cities Tour of 1963 the most difficult race? 2. Why was the Eleven Cities Tour in 1963 the most difficult race? 3. Why was the 1963 Eleven Cities Tour of 1963 the most difficult race? ---------------- Do we have to use 'in' or 'of'?

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2. ## Physics

YOu are creating a transverse wave in a rope by shaking your hand from side to side. Without changing the distance that your hand moves, you begin to shake it slower and slower. What happens to the frequency? it decreases?? 2. For incomplete cancellation

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3. ## Physics

A car is going 18.3 m/s down a road. At time t=0s, a squirrel runs in front of the car 36 meters away. It takes the driver t=0.67s to slam on the brakes, but after that , the brakes offer a frictional force F(fr)=21000N. Her car masses at 1860 kg. a) How

asked by Catherine on May 17, 2015
4. ## physics

A HPHS012 student throws a water balloon vertically downward from the top of a building. The balloon leaves the thrower’s hand with a speed of 6.00m/s. Air resistance may be ignored, so the water balloon is in free fall after it leaves the thrower’s

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5. ## Science

How is friction involved in Volleyball? Hand touches volleyball maybe.... i know that but what type would that be?? Spinning friction orrolling friction??? The type of friction would relate to exactly how the hand comes in contact with the ball. Since

asked by Aaron on March 26, 2007
6. ## physics

Two books of mass m1 = 6.9 kg and m2 = 3.8 kg are stacked on a table as shown in the figure below. Find the normal force acting between the table and the book on the bottom. im confused where to start

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7. ## Math

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8. ## Dependent and Independent variables

Use the equation y=2x+2 for this problem. a. Create an input/output table. b. Graph the ordered pairs from the table. c. Describe each of the variables as the independent or the dependent variable

asked by Betzy on February 13, 2017
9. ## Physics

In the parallel spring system, the springs are positioned so that the 44 N weight stretches each spring equally. The spring con- stant for the left-hand spring is 3.6 N/cm and the spring constant for the righ-hand spring is 6.4 N/cm. How far down will the

asked by Letisha on November 5, 2009
10. ## physics

Consider the motion of the hour hand of a clock. What angle does the hour hand make with respect to the vertical 12 o'clock position when it is at the times below? Express each angle in both degrees and radians, and measure angles going clockwise from the

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11. ## PreClac

The height in inches about the ground of the tip of the hour hand is a function, h(t), of the time (t), in hours. The hour hand is 6 inches long and the middle of the clock face is 68 inches about the ground. Identify the period, midline, and amplitude of

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12. ## Physics

A bullet of mass m travelling at speed vo in the direction shohwn above strikes a block of mass M and embeds itself in it. The block is sitting on the edge of a frictionless table of height H and is knocked off of the table by the collision. a) What is the

asked by Joe on January 9, 2017
13. ## English

I tried to fix the run-on myself. I added a few other sentences I would like you to check. Thank you very much for the help. 1) Sleep is imagined as a bath after heavy work, in which the body has a chance to relax and recover from injury. 2) Sleep is then

asked by Henry2 on October 25, 2011
14. ## Chemistry

Nickel (Ni) is an element found in Group 10 of the periodic table of elements (see periodic table at the top of this quiz). Based on its location in the periodic table, which of these is a property of nickel? A Low density B Strong semi conductor C Highly

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15. ## SPORTS PHYSICS

How does friction, velocity, and acceleration apply to volleyball? -thanks a lot if u help!

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16. ## statistics

An animal trainer obtained the following sample data (Table A) in a study of reaction times of dogs (in seconds) to a specific stimulus. He then selected another group of dogs that were much older than the first group and measure their reaction times to

asked by Anonymous on October 16, 2009
17. ## Physics

A block of mass m 1 sits at rest on a table over a hole in the table. From below the table, a bullet of mass m 2 is fired vertically upwards into the block. The bullet imbeds itself in the block. The block and bullet rise to a maximum height h. What is the

asked by Jason on August 6, 2012
18. ## physics

A glass is slid across a table top, goes of the edge and falls to the floor below. The table is 0.860 m high and the glass lands 1.77 m from the edge. (a) With what velocity (m/s) did the glass leave the table top? (b) What was the direction of the glass's

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19. ## Speech

Hi so I have a speech and we have to create a hand gesture and come up with a definition for it. I chose the word fire, but I'm having issues thinking about when it could be applicable in everyday life. I was thinking about if there is a fire and someone

asked by Anonymous on September 15, 2015

Sorry to get back to my most recent question. First of all I realized that I had made a typing error in the last sentence. It should have read "SUR" instead of "sure" I had been asked to translate "I have five fingers on one hand" but I was not certain

asked by E.G. on December 18, 2008
21. ## English

1. He smiled brightly, and he extended his hand.(simultaneous situation) 2. He smiled brightly, and he extended his hand at the same time.(simultaneous situation) 3. He smiled brightly, and then he extended his hand. (not simultaneous situation) 4. After

asked by rfvv on August 28, 2016

The table below shows the rates for parking a car in a parking lot. According to the pattern shown in the table, how much would it cost to leave a car in the lot for 2 full days? ~TABLE~ 1 hour: $1.00 2 hours:$1.75 3 hours: $2.50 4 hours:$3.25 A. $36.00 asked by joshua on December 30, 2012 23. ## College Physics As part of a training program, an athlete runs while holding 8.00 weights in each hand. As he runs, the weights swing through a 30.0 arc in . His hands are 72 from his shoulder joint, and they are light enough that we can neglect their weight compared with asked by Matt on October 10, 2010 24. ## Physics A 0.60kg basketball is dunked vertically downward so that it leaves the [layer's hand at 8m/s. Assume it is released when the bottom of the ball is at the rim (3.05 meters off the ground). a). find acceleration of the ball once it leaves the player's hand asked by Jake on November 19, 2013 25. ## Physics A 0.60kg basketball is dunked vertically downward so that it leaves the [layer's hand at 8m/s. Assume it is released when the bottom of the ball is at the rim (3.05 meters off the ground). a). find acceleration of the ball once it leaves the player's hand asked by Jake on November 19, 2013 26. ## Physics A solid sphere starts from rest at the upper end of the track and rolls without slipping until it rolls off the right-hand end. If H=12.0 m and h=6.0 m and the track is horizontal at the right-hand end, how far horizontally from point A does the sphere asked by Rayshawn on October 27, 2009 27. ## Physics A cup of coffee is sitting on a table in an airplane that is flying at a constant altitude and a constant velocity. The coefficient of static friction between the cup and the table is 0.37. Suddenly, the plane accelerates, its altitude remaining constant. asked by Anonymous on September 27, 2012 28. ## physics A cup of coffee is on a table in an airplane flying at a constant altitude and a constant velocity. The coefficient of static friction between the cup and the table is 0.18. Suddenly, the plane accelerates forward, its altitude remaining constant. What is asked by Sam on October 3, 2012 29. ## Discrete Math Pattern Matching 6. Build the Boyer-Moore last table for the following pattern/alphabet pairs. (a) “giggling”’ {g, I, l, n} (b) “mimimi” , {i, m} (b) ANSWER: i m 6 5 14. Search for the pattern “pie” in the text “pickled peppers”. Create a asked by JayLQue on April 20, 2011 30. ## physics A cup of coffee is on a table in an airplane flying at a constant altitude and a constant velocity. The coefficient of static friction between the cup and the table is 0.420 . Suddenly, the plane accelerates forward, its altitude remaining constant. What asked by Kristyn on March 28, 2015 31. ## physics A cup of coffee is on a table in an airplane flying at a constant altitude and a constant velocity. The coefficient of static friction between the cup and the table is 0.100 . Suddenly, the plane accelerates forward, its altitude remaining constant. What asked by Amy on December 13, 2012 32. ## Physics A cup of coffee is on a table in an airplane flying at a constant altitude and a constant velocity. The coefficient of static friction between the cup and the table is 0.410 . Suddenly, the plane accelerates forward, its altitude remaining constant. What asked by BrookeNeed on September 28, 2016 33. ## science Is this balanced correctly NaOH + H2SO4 = Na2SO4 + H2O? In this equation, Sodium (Na) and Hydrogen (H) atoms are not balanced. There are 2 atoms of Sodium (Na) on Right Hand Side, so we can multiply NaOH with 2 on Left Hand Side. This balances the Sodium asked by duane on July 11, 2014 34. ## English I left out the following three points. Thank you very much. 1) he is wearing a nice lilac button-up coat over a long-sleeved black patterned shirt and a pair of elegant, black trousers. 2) She is holding a black hand bag in her right hand. She has black asked by Henry2 on September 4, 2011 35. ## physics You are driving a car 35mi/h down the road. The stoplight in front of you suddenly turns red and you slam on the brakes, skidding to a halt. You get out of the car and measure the skid marks made by your tires to be 28.5m meters. (Assume positive x to be asked by JIll on September 1, 2013 36. ## HELP! EMERGENCY!!! The elements of which of these groups on the periodic table are most resistant to forming compounds? A. Group 1 B. Group 9 C. Group 14 D. Group 17 Look on your periodic table at the noble elements also referred to as the inert gases. If you don't have a asked by anonymous on March 21, 2007 37. ## cultural diversity Consider racial imbalances in education, the economy, family life, housing, criminal justice, health care, and politics. of these societal challenges facing moderrn african americans, which do you think are the most difficult to overcome, and why? Please asked by Jenny on December 15, 2006 38. ## American History Which option most accurately identifies the effect of Confederate inflation on the Southern civilian population? Confederate citizens were able to pay back their loans more easily since there was more money in circulation. The Confederate government was asked by Quinn on December 5, 2018 39. ## Physics Two strong magnets on opposite sides of a small table are shown. The long-range attractive force between the magnets keeps the lower magnet in place. Suppose the weight of the table is 26.1 N, the weight of each magnet is 8.99 N, and the magnetic force on asked by Anonymous on October 25, 2008 40. ## physics There is a 2kg block resting on a table with a 5kg block attached to the right hanging off the edge of the table and a 4 kg block attached to the left also hanging off the table find the acceleration of the 5 kg block if coefficient of static equals the asked by joe on October 10, 2013 41. ## math four square tables are arranged next to each other to form one large rectangular table.the perimeter of the large rectangular table is 20m.what is the perimeter and area nof each square table? asked by jessica on July 2, 2012 42. ## physics Forces as a vector Considering the results from table 2, are the component sums from table three close enough to zero to be considered valid? If no, what else may be affecting your results? the answer is no the results from the table are not close enough asked by annonomus on November 5, 2010 43. ## Math Make a table and graph each quadratic function. Use integers from -3 to 3 for inputs. #4- y= -x2 #5- y=2x squared #6- y= -8x squared #7- y= x squared + 2 Make a table and a graph for each function. Use only positive values for x. #10- y= 10/x #11- y= 8/x asked by Math on May 11, 2016 44. ## Math A swing has a maximum height of 2 m and a minimum height of 0.5 m and it takes 3 seconds to get from the maximum height to the minimum height. Approximate the instantaneous rate of change 1 second into the fall using the difference quotient when h is 0.01. asked by Veronica on November 29, 2013 45. ## physics Calculate the angular speed of the rod, the vertical acceleration of the moving end of the rod, and the normal force exerted by the table on the rod as it makes an angle θ = 49.6° with respect to the vertical. b) If the rod falls onto the table without asked by please help!!!! on April 3, 2011 46. ## Math The school is having a big event in the gym and wants to use their rectangular tables. 6 people can sit together at one rectangular table. If 2 tables are placed together, 10 people can sit together. So the pattern I noticed is 4 people added whenever a asked by John Dosley on July 27, 2016 47. ## physics A ball with mass m rolls over the edge of a table h meters above the ground. It lands a distance x meters from a point directly below the edge of the table. Show that the speed of the ball at the edge of the table was v=x/sq rt 2h/g and that the kinetic asked by asheligh on January 16, 2012 48. ## Physics The graph below represents the velocity of a ball thrown straight up by a strong pitcher as a function of time. In the first part of the graph ending at A, the ball is accelerated to 39.2 m/s in a time of 0.20 s. After the ball leaves the pitcher’s hand, asked by John on September 22, 2012 49. ## physics A 40 N block lifted straight upward by a hand applying a force of 40 N has an initial kinetic energy of 12J. If the block is lifted 0.5 m, how mauch work does the hand do? What is the block's final kinetic energy? asked by Julie on February 18, 2009 50. ## compemtary math . To determine the compound amount of an investment of$10,000 with an interest rate of 6% compounded monthly after 4 years requires you to use a table factor that goes beyond the Compound Interest Table. Calculate the new table factor for this investment.

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51. ## Science

Look at the table of radioactive isotypes below. Isotype Type of Decay Uranium-238 Alpha Nickel-63 Beta Iodine-131 Beta Radium-226 Alpha With the help of a periodic table, predict the element that forms in each case. I'm confused by this. Am I suppose to

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52. ## physics

A mass m1 = 6.0 kg sits on a frictionless table, and rotates at a constant speed v = 3.0 m/sin a circle of radius R = 1.5 m. m1 is attached by a massless string which passes through a hole in the centre of the table to a second m2 (which hangs freely

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53. ## Physics

A 0.250 kilogram box has a speed of 2m/s when it is 1.2 meters from a second mass. It is sliding on a table with a coefficient of friction of 0.20. The box collides and sticks to a 0.5kg box that sits on the end of the table, causing the boxes to fall. How

asked by Dan on November 18, 2008
54. ## English

A thief must have broken into the house. The house is broken. There is a piece of cloth of a blue shirt on the table. On the floor, there are many footprints. Encyclopedia is looking for evidences with a magnifier. Who do you think is the thief among the

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55. ## English

Here is the second part of my rephrase. I'm finding it difficult to summarize the last paragraph. 1) In the second passage (excerpt) Robinson instructs Friday in the Christian religion. Friday, on the other hand, comments on the difference between

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56. ## Physics

A 5.1- kg concrete block rests on a level table. A 3.4- kg mass is attached to the block by a string passing over a light, frictionless pulley. If the acceleration of the block is measured to be 1.3 m/s2, what is the coefficient of friction between the

asked by Alex on March 24, 2014
57. ## English

Which sentence segment contains a punctuation error? Alicia, doesn't pay attention to her penmanship; therefore, her writing is often difficult to read. A.) to her penmanship; B.) is often difficult to read. C.) Alicia, doesn't pay attention D.) therefore,

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58. ## physics

You’re sanding a table. You must exert a force of 23 N on the sandpaper to keep it moving steadily across the table’s surface. You slide the paper back and forth for 23 minutes, during which time you move it 1090 m. How much work have you done?

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59. ## math

respected sir i want to know the table describing the values of angles of trigonometry functions. eg. sin,cos & tan 15,30,45,60,75,90 separately in table format. thanking you! padam singh.

60. ## math 157

Assume that a researcher randomly selects 14 newborn babies and counts the number of girls selected, x. The probabilities corresponding to the 14 possible values of x are summarized in the given table. Answer the question using the table.

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61. ## Algebra I (Math)

okay theirs 2 parts to this problem: (by the way i already did part 1) 1. construct a table of the areas of triangles all of which have bases 6 in. long,but whose altitude are respectively 2 in.,6in.,10 in.,and 14 in. draw a graph to represent given in

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62. ## physics

Consider the 668 N weight held by two cables shown below. The left-hand cable had tension T2 and makes an angle of pheta 2 with the ceiling. The right-handed cable had tension 550 N and makes an angle 45 degrees with the ceiling. The right hand cable makes

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63. ## PHYSICS

A 25,000 kilogram train is traveling down a track at 20 meters per second. A cow wanders onto the tracks 75 meters ahead of the train, causing the conductor to slam on the brakes. The rain skids to a stop. If the brakes can provide 62,500 Newtons of

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64. ## PHYSICS

A 25,000 kilogram train is traveling down a track at 20 meters per second. A cow wanders onto the tracks 75 meters ahead of the train, causing the conductor to slam on the brakes. The rain skids to a stop. If the brakes can provide 62,500 Newtons of

asked by TRACY on February 26, 2012
65. ## Physics: waves

You are creating a transverse wave in a rope by shaking your hand from side to side. Without changing the distance that your hand moves, you begin to shake it slower and slower. What happens to the frequency? What happens to the amplitude? What happens to

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66. ## Algebra 2

Two days ago "Steve" helped me with this problem. I am grateful to him. I didn't get it and asked for him to help me again. He showed it to me again, but I needed more steps shown. Then I think he was finished for tutoring for the day before I could see it

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67. ## Literature ?! Check my answers?

1. Which poem compares an athlete's drive to compete to a wild animal? A: "The Women's 400 Meters" B: *"To James" C: "Slam, Dunk, & Hook" 2 The word antagonize, often used in sports, means "to provoke hostility." The word contains the root anti-, meaning

asked by Katerina on April 17, 2013
68. ## English

Could you please help me rephrase the author's description of Mr. Bennet's personality. Thank you. This is the description given by Jane Austen. 1) "Mr. Bennet was so odd a mixture of quick parts, sarcastic humour, reserve, and caprice, that the experience

asked by Henry2 on December 19, 2011
69. ## Physics

A wooden block with mass 0.26{\rm kg} rests on a horizontal table, connected to a string that hangs vertically over a friction-less pulley on the table's edge. From the other end of the string hangs a 0.20{\rm kg} mass. What minimum coefficient of static

asked by Nichole on October 18, 2012
70. ## Physics

A wooden block with mass 0.26 kg rests on a horizontal table, connected to a string that hangs vertically over a friction-less pulley on the table's edge. From the other end of the string hangs a 0.12 kg mass. A) What minimum coefficient of static friction

asked by Linday on February 14, 2017
71. ## Math

There is a circular table and it has an area of 1256 square inches. The table opens in the middle to allow additional boards to be added. Each board is 12 inches squared, fits across the diameter of the table, and is rectangular in shape. How many boards

asked by Charity on April 28, 2010
72. ## Math

A table shows the longest rivers in the world in miles.2341,2590,2718,2543,4160,2635,2734,3362,2744,2485,3395,2350,4000,3964,2600 thousands long.It has two questions.1. Choose an appropriate scale and interval size for a frequency table that will represent

asked by Kurstyn on January 10, 2012
73. ## physics

You throw a 141 g ball straight up to a height of 45.0 m. Assume that the displacement of your hand is 0.70 m as you throw the ball straight up. How long is the ball is in your hand?

asked by Tyler on March 6, 2012
74. ## Physics

Three wires lie in a plane, placed parallel to one another and equally spaced by 0.20 m. If the wires are oriented up and down on the page, the right-hand wire carries 100 A to the top, the middle wire 300 A to the bottom, and the left-hand wire carries

asked by Anonymous on March 17, 2016
75. ## Physics

You are driving 2500 Kg car at a constant speed of 14 m/s along an icy, but stright and lvel road. While approaching a traffic light, it turns red. You slam on the brakes. You wheels lock, the tires begin skidding and the car slides to a halt in a distance

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76. ## physics

You pick up a board of length 2.60 m and mass 13.00 kg. To do this, you exert a force upward with your left hand a distance LL=0.754 m from the left end of the board and you need to exert a force with your right hand a distance LR=0.264 m from the left end

asked by Anonymous on February 6, 2012
77. ## physics

You pick up a board of length 2.60 m and mass 13.00 kg. To do this, you exert a force upward with your left hand a distance LL=0.754 m from the left end of the board and you need to exert a force with your right hand a distance LR=0.264 m from the left end

asked by Anonymous on February 6, 2012
78. ## physics

You pick up a board of length 2.60 m and mass 13.00 kg. To do this, you exert a force upward with your left hand a distance LL=0.754 m from the left end of the board and you need to exert a force with your right hand a distance LR=0.264 m from the left end

asked by Dan on February 6, 2012
79. ## physics

You pick up a board of length 2.60 m and mass 13.00 kg. To do this, you exert a force upward with your left hand a distance LL=0.754 m from the left end of the board and you need to exert a force with your right hand a distance LR=0.264 m from the left end

asked by Anonymous on February 6, 2012
80. ## Physics

You pick up a board of length 2.60 m and mass 13.00 kg. To do this, you exert a force upward with your left hand a distance LL=0.754 m from the left end of the board and you need to exert a force with your right hand a distance LR=0.264 m from the left end

asked by Anonymous on February 6, 2012
81. ## Chemistry

I have to make a game based on the periodic table Here are the standards we could put in the game: Students know how to relate the position of an element in the periodic table for it's atomic number and mass Students know how to use the periodic table to

asked by johnny on March 6, 2008
82. ## Physics

A 1.4-kg object moves along the x axis, subject to the potential energy shown in the figure. If the object's speed at point B is 1.70 m/s, what are the approximate locations of its turning points? ___________m (left-hand turning point) ___________m

asked by Anonymous on May 2, 2015
83. ## English

1. His hand is sticky. 2. His hand is slimy. ---------------------------- Are both the same in meaning? Which one is commonly used, 'sticky' or 'slimy'?

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84. ## diploma in pre school

Hi, can u pls check the english i used in my assigment is correct? if not pls correct and tell me where is my weekness. T/C INITIAL - K T/C SEX - Male T/C AGE - 3.8 yrs SETTING - Painting area & Jigsaw table area. PEOPLE - 1 Targeted child T/C - 3

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85. ## physics

A bullet of mass m = 5.89 g is fired into a block of mass M = 3.09 kg that is initially at rest on the edge of a smooth table. (The table top is 0.83 m above the floor.) The bullet ends up stuck in the block, and together they fly off the table and fall to

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86. ## Math word problem 2

Sabine and Hercule can assemble a table in 45 minutes. Working alone, it takes Hercule 48 minutes longer than Sabine to put this table together. How long would it take for Sabine to assemble the table by herself? What formula would I use to solve this?

asked by Shawn on November 9, 2008
87. ## MATH

It takes Hank twice as long ot build one table as it takes to build one chair. If it takes 30 hours to make a dinning room set of 1 table and 4 chairs, how long does it take to make the table?

asked by Gian on September 26, 2011
88. ## physics

The illustration for this problem is at ds055uzetaobbcloudfrontnet/image_optimizer/142fdba0bc53bb9ae12ecea6de058f57fef01274.png A rope of length 90cm lies in a straight line on a frictionless table, except for a very small piece at one end which hangs down

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89. ## Physics 203

A spring has its right end fixed and is installed on a horizontal table so that the free end, at equilibrium, is at x=3.00m. A 1.65kg block coming from the left slides along the table. When it passes the origin, it is moving at 5.58m/s. It strikes the

asked by Dorian on April 3, 2016
90. ## physics

The illustration for this problem is at ds055uzetaobbcloudfrontnet/image_optimizer/142fdba0bc53bb9ae12ecea6de058f57fef01274.png A rope of length 90cm lies in a straight line on a frictionless table, except for a very small piece at one end which hangs down

asked by unowen on March 30, 2018
91. ## Chemistry 30

Complete the following reactions by moving only one proton at a time. Identify the acid (A) and the base (B) on the left-hand side of the equation, and the conjugate acid (CA) and the conjugate base (CB) on the right-hand side of the equation, according to

92. ## Calculus

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by Casey on March 3, 2012

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by Casey on March 4, 2012
94. ## Calculus

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by help on March 4, 2012
95. ## Calculus

A sporting goods store sells 100 pool tables per year. It costs $20 to store one pool table for a year, based on the average inventory on hand. It costs$40 for each delivery of pool tables. How many times per year and in what lot size should the store

asked by Casey on March 3, 2012
96. ## math

Can someone please help me get started... I am completely lost Graduate student Luke currently has \$400 in cash. At the beginning of months 1, 2, 3, and 4, Luke receives revenues from his research assignment, after which he pays bills (see Table). Any

asked by Jessica on September 19, 2012

Using knowledge gained from this course and previous coursework, conduct an internal and external environmental analysis for your proposed business. Using the information obtained from this analysis, as well as the lessons learned from the Considerations

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98. ## Social Studies

Why did the inability of the Soviet economy to provide for the needs of its citizens lead to the collapse of the system during the Reagan administration? Manufacturing centers were often stifled by the lack of resources and the shortage of labor in the

asked by Dama on June 20, 2018
99. ## Mathematics

I have three questions... Okay think of a 1-9 multiplication table. 1. Are there more odd or even products? How can you determine the answer without counting? 2. Is this different from a 1-9 addition facts table? Explain. And for the last one don't use the

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100. ## Science again help ASAP

Hi, I need some help. prntsc[remove]r.[remove]com/[remove]j6[remove]kl9e The table shows the speed of sound waves in different materials. Sound would travel most quickly through ______. wood****(?) water air outer space *Table shown in screenshot,

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