# bobpursley

Newest questions and responses by bobpursley-
## hayley

Hayley, I have read a number of posts of yours, and noticed two things. a. you worry about grades far too much, after all, we have an entire life ahead of us. Perfection is not on the cards for most of us. b. you have an issue in reading comprehension, in

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## chris, Anonymous,,Chris, Kaitlyn

stop it, you are answer grazing.

*asked on February 14, 2017* -
## Dwight Kurt Schrute

Please refrain from posting answers here, that is not helping kids understand anything, besides, your answers are just often wrong. If you can't control your behavior, we will take appropriate action to protect our students who come here for help, not

*asked on January 10, 2017* -
## Thanking MS Sue

Thank you Ms Sue for all you do here. We appreciate it. You have helped students all your life, and I am certain many of them haven't forgotten you. Thank you from all of us. BobPursley

*asked on September 11, 2011* -
## English--Priss

Is it alright to ask a question again and again until you get the answer you want? Goodness, you have been responded to, and several of us read that and did not have diverging views from what Writeacher stated. If you did the research, did the analysis,

*asked on February 6, 2011* -
## To helper

Did you know that the best help you can give a student is NOT to do the problem for him, but to lead them to a solution. You can do this by example, or hints, or setting up the problem. Giving it away makes it worthless, and does not help the student

*asked on January 19, 2011* -
## improving grades

1. Never impersonate a teacher, steal ideas, nor plagiarize, nor copy others homework/tests. 2. Change your habits. This hard to do. Study, notetaking, and work habits are nearly always the problem. You have to change, be more efficient, and learn to

*asked on November 20, 2010* -
## y912f

I think I remember you wrote a short essay on this, and I commented that the economics is silly. Here is one the payback period is 88 years, but the panels only last 30 years. This is typical.

*asked on March 20, 2010* -
## Need Help...physics

I don't appreciate you posting questions under multiple names. Stop it now. I cant get a grip on what you need if you pretend to be many students. I wont play that game, it is a waste of time.

*asked on January 27, 2010* -
## Physics

tension in the cord is made up of weight mg, and centripetalforce directed outward. Add those as vectors to get tension. Period=2PIsqrt(l/g)

*asked on November 4, 2009* -
## y921f: Descriptive essay

I cant find the post I intended to add to, so I am here. Descriptive essays take many forms, and you can do much with it. It would do you great advantage to just stop a second and read two of my favorite, by great authors. Each is different, and

*asked on October 20, 2009* -
## Natsi, lea, dione, cnfuse, ryra, sandy, rocket90

Stop posting under multiple names. We are not going to do your test/assignment for you.

*asked on October 2, 2009* -
## Marth

Please email me if you are interested in being a "regular" volunteer tutor. Bobpursley@gmail.com Your responses are very excellent, and helpful. Thanks for all you do.

*asked on July 5, 2009* -
## gnozahs

I removed about ten questions you posted this morning. There was no indication of what you had done, what your thinking was, or what you wanted from us. We are not going to do homework for you. If you want hints on these calculus questions, say so, or ask

*asked on June 23, 2009* -
## Linell History

Please do not copy any works of others without attribution (citing sources). It is illegal, and just plain stealing.

*asked on February 18, 2009* -
## College students and Grads

We are presently in need of E-tutor volunteers at Jiskha. If you feel you have a need to help others, and enjoy helping students in grasping ideas in their schoolwork, we are looking for additional volunteers. Specifically, we need competent and helpful

*asked on January 18, 2009* -
## Note to physics, chemistry students

Please note the spelling of Physics, and Chemistry. If you are a college student in those courses, and cant spell them, frankly, asking for help here is insulting to your college and you.

*asked on October 26, 2008* -
## Abby

Please repost your question, I accidently deleted it.

*asked on April 9, 2008* -
## geometry

There is no need to ask the same question over and over. How do I find the vertex angle of an isosceles triangle with base angles of (4x-9) and (3x+2).

*asked on August 16, 2007* -
## Biology

http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/showthread.php?p=4515174 Imagine you had made an RNA copy of each strand of a DNA double helix. If you were now to mix these two RNA single-strand copies together, do you think they would form a double-stranded RNA

*asked on August 5, 2007* -
## Algebra

take 1/2 of -5, and square it. Add that to both sides. y+6.25= x^2 -ax + 6.25 +3 y+3.25= (x-2.5)^2 Now, looking at it, wouldn't it by symmetrical abouut x=2.5? identify the axis of symmetry, create a suitable table of values y=x^2-5x+3

*asked on July 11, 2007* -
## math,correction, bobpursly

Since when is 5^7 =8125? if a number is a multple of ten, that means the last digit is zero. The leading digit cannot be zero. 9*10^5*1 on c, again, the leading digit cannot be zero. d is right e. no leading zero is allowed. 9*9*8*7*6*5*4= ? can someone

*asked on July 6, 2007* -
## math, bobpursly

I don't know what the -4)colors means. Models*exterior colors*upholsterytypes*numberinteriour colors. Multiply them out. what do i have to do to solve for this one i have no idea i was low on the first try... An uto mobile manufacturerr produces 7 models,

*asked on July 6, 2007* -
## History

Have you thought of typing Helter Skelter into the Google Search engine? Amen! I lived in the general area when all that was going on, too, and it was just horrific. "Sub-human" is a good term for C. Manson, and it just breaks my heart that taxpayers

*asked on July 6, 2007* -
## Math

What is 5/8 + 4/7 -1 ? I can't understand this math problem.... Please help me.... ------------------ Problem: In a boys' school, 5/8 of the boys play football and 4/7 play rugby. If every boy plays at least one of the two games, find the fraction of the

*asked on July 6, 2007* -
## COM 215

Is that a sentence? Where is the verb? It certainly appears to be a sentence Fragement to me. How do I fix this sentence? With five gallons of gas. They are asking for punctuating sentences.

*asked on July 6, 2007* -
## health services

It would depend on the someone, and the job. It wouldn't seem very valuable to the elevator operator in a hospital, or the chamber maid. But others have other opinions....and psychology wannabees will quibble over it. Do you think it is necessary for

*asked on June 25, 2007* -
## Science

No, No, and not possible. ditto! Was the first hydrogen bomb test near a uranium or plutonium deposit? If so, could the deposit have been used as fuel if the test had been conducted in the area of the deposit? What kind of damage would we be looking at if

*asked on June 25, 2007* -
## Biology

Some of it. Human digestion takes biochemical processes mainly enzyeme reactions) to break down food to extract energy and compounds. The enzyemes we produce are specific to particular bonds and molecules. Some of the food we injest cannot be broken down,

*asked on June 20, 2007* -
## science

You can find this by Google searching on Kingdom fungi kingdom protoctista kingdom monera what are the common examples of the kingdom fungi, kingdom protoctista and kingdom monera?

*asked on June 19, 2007* -
## geology

Natural causes? Erosion, from wind and water. http://geography.about.com/od/physicalgeography/a/erosion.htm I cannot seem to find any specific natural causes of sand deposition. I have read all of my chapters and google searched "sand deposition" and can't

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## com 120

search "peer review"in the search box above. i need some comments to share about peer reviews Peer reviews are helpful to the writer. They give the write honest feedback from a real audience before they are being graded. It is always helpful to have

*asked on June 14, 2007* -
## college algebra

Isn't this a plug and chug? I will be happy to critique your thinking. Your equal signs in the function are not correct, I assume that is a typo. suppose a baseball is shot up from thr ground straight up with an initial velosity of 32 feet per second . A

*asked on June 10, 2007* -
## physics

wet means lubrication. One of those is not wet. There is no difference in pulling or pushing. Think wet, or dry. Which of the following would require the greatest force to keep a 5.0 kilogram rubber block moving horizontally at a constant rate of speed? a.

*asked on June 5, 2007* -
## geometry

Why did you wait until the night before the exam to realize you did not understand the material? At this point, if you are confused on all that material, all I can recommend is get a good night's sleep. okay so my geometry final is TOMORROW! and i honestly

*asked on June 5, 2007* -
## Philosophy

1. Watch out for metaphysics in searching for these answers: metaphysics depends on a magical intrepretation. 2. This link will get you started on these classical questions.

*asked on May 31, 2007* -
## Physics

Draw the figure. You have the following equations that you can write: a) Sum Vertical Forces=0 b) Sum horizontal forces=0. Remember that at the upper part of the ladder, there is a horizontal force (only). c) Sum of moments about any point, I suggest the

*asked on May 31, 2007* -
## math

You have a difference of squares (x^2-3)(x^2+3) One of these factors to two real roots, the other to two imaginary roots. You have a difference of squares (x^2-3)(x^2+3) One of these factors to two real roots, the other to two imaginary roots. Let g(x)=

*asked on May 30, 2007* -
## math

http://www.saburchill.com/physics/chapters/0073.html I have to draw a best-fit straight line on a graph. How do I know that its really best fitted - in the right angle?

*asked on May 24, 2007* -
## about Engineering

Electronic and Communication Engineering is mainly Mathematical analysis, implemented in practical circuits. You have to understand higher forms of math, and think in those terms. You have to understand the imperfect models used for systems analysis. You

*asked on May 24, 2007* -
## algebra1

I will be happy to critique your thinking. can u use one of them and show me how to solve it and i'll do the rest? like i don't know how to do these and i need to know how. assume that Q varied directly as x and inversely as y. 1) if x is tripled and y is

*asked on May 23, 2007* -
## mandy, jojo, sarah, et al

Stop posting under multiple names. You are showing no work, putting different problems under differing names. To me, this is akin to deception and cheating. I assume you have a take home test. Use one name, post your thinking or work.

*asked on May 23, 2007* -
## Can someone help me

multipy both sides by 44x Then take the square root of each side. Math question here. Can someone solve this for me?1/x=x/44

*asked on May 21, 2007* -
## english

A life skill is something you need to get along in the world. Lifeskills: Typing. Matching clothes. Driving. Learning to bank, and use a check book. Writing a letter. Reading. Learning to search with Google. Learning to use the card cataloge at the

*asked on May 17, 2007* -
## algebra

It is not solvable by that method, shanaid. You have to get all the numbers on the left, set them to equal zero, and factor. which method is used to solve this equation. x^2-9x-4=6 I would factor, move the six over, then factor i would move the -4 over so

*asked on May 17, 2007* -
## Chemistry

They are all balanced ok, the main difficulty that I have is the second. Sulfur dioxide is highly soluble in water, most folks would have written the products as sodium chloride and sulfurous acid H2SO3, or as a minimum changed the gas to (aq) on the SO2.

*asked on May 17, 2007* -
## chem??????????????????

YEs, it is the correct balanced equation bobpursley A 2.80 mol/L solution of iron (II) dichromate is combined with 5.00L of a 2.25 mol/L acidic solution of tin (II) bromide. Calculate the volume of iron (II) dichromate required. FeCr2O7 + SnBr2 --> SnCr2O7

*asked on May 16, 2007* -
## Science Question

How can you post this under Science? The question is better asked in a grouping of adherents to magic, and fancy. Explain the nature and use of Vril energy. What are some of the potential dangers and drawbacks of the use of Vril energy in modern

*asked on May 15, 2007* -
## Science

Postive charges move when they are attracted to negatives, or when they are repelled by another positive. in What Situations can positive charges move? Put 2 magnets 2gether. Or u can look @ ur science textbook or w/e. lalalalalalalalalala. That's my name!

*asked on May 6, 2007* -
## Pre Algebra HELP

I don't know exactly what you mean by typing like this 2y3(4x-3y). I assume that means 2y cubed (2y^3) or 2y3 times (4x-2y) That becomes 8xy3 -6y4 Expand all the parenthesis, then gather like terms, and add them. See

*asked on April 26, 2007* -
## math

y = log x If y = 10, then what is x? is this the answer y = log x 10 = log x 10 = 10^x x = 1 your second last line should say 10^10 = x so x= 10000000000 (assuming your base of the log x was 10) Hot stuff: Your IP address has been recorded. You have been

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## chemistry

cooler water has more dissolved oxygen: hot water has hardly any at all. Oh, so they go to the bottom to get oxygen. Why does cooler water have more dissolved oxygen? Generally gases are more soluble in cold water than warm water. Think of an open coke can

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## I need help missy and bobpusley

Tides are caused by the Moon and Sun. So, they last forever. natural resources are replaced by natural processes given reasonalbe amount of time. Soil, water, forests, plants and animals are all renewable resources as long as they are properly conserved. I

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## Science

What is your thinking? I Will be happy to critique your thinking. Which of the following is a chemical property of paper? A. Color B. Ability to Burn C. Size D. Thickness WELL I THINK IT I THINK ABILITY TO BURN CAUSE IT SAYS CHEMICAL PROPERTIE Well I think

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## Jose

If you have a question about a response, ask about it. We are not going to do your homework for it. If you post vulgar posts, we have your IP address, and will ban you from here, and notify your web provider. Thanks. but i don't get what to do. and yet you

*asked on April 17, 2007* -
## ALGEBRA 1

change 50 to 25*2 sqrt 50 = 5 sqrt2 change 8 to 4*2 Nope: (sqrt3-sqrt5)(sqrt3-sqrt5). remember (a-b)(a-b)= a^2-2ab + b^2 Simplify.Express in simpliest radical form. 1.3sqrt2 +sqrt50 Cannot be solve. Terms have unlike radicals 2.3sqrt8+2 sqrt16 Terms have

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## physics-heat

One cant solve this without knowing the time involved, or the mass of steam. steamers are vessels you can use to cook food in.food in steamer gains heat as the steam condenses on it.a boiler supplies steam at 105 degree to a steamer at the tare of 445 g

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## Question-- thematic units

I can think of how A) would be correct...take for instance a thematic unit in the fourth grade on explorers...cross culturial activities would be desired. But it does not fit enzyme reactions in the Kreb's cycle. Can someone please help with this question?

*asked on April 2, 2007* -
## Hottie

If you want to be banned from this site, keep it up. sorry about my brother. He always tries to get himself in trouble. My mom just banded him from the computer. Sorry and hope you can forgive him. SORRY

*asked on April 1, 2007* -
## math

8:15::24:45 I need to write the following as proportions. If Maria hit 8 home runs in 15 softball games, then she should hit 24 home runs in 45 games.

*asked on April 1, 2007* -
## math

It could be different. One is supposed to define symbols before one starts with a Let statement, as in Let B= a constant Let b= some other constant or let b=B I suspect it is a sloppy typographical error, so B+b= 2B or =2b in math is there a differenc in B

*asked on March 29, 2007* -
## riddle

red. I rtyme with bed I am a color I am red Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here's the "key" to solving this kind of riddle. Walk through the alphabet rhyming with "bed." (ced, ded, fed, etc.) red

*asked on March 21, 2007* -
## science

Which lily? What is its name? I am doing a project on a lily and i need to know if it reproduces asexually, sexually or both a lilium -lily

*asked on March 18, 2007* -
## English 1

You might define National Civil Defense, whatever that is. Quickly go to your thesis statement. How should I start off an essay about National Civil Defense? oh yea...i forgot about my thesis statement!

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## math proportions

The remainder is a fraction (remainder/divisor). Why don't you use a calculator...for instance, 31/7 is 4 r 3, but it is easy enought to just put 31 divide by 7 in the calc. I have to solve a proportion, and the answer I come up with has a remainder. I

*asked on March 13, 2007* -
## Physics/Math

The Formula you use is the correct one. However, consider this. If the initial PE existed, wouldn't you have to add it to the initial KE then subtract the PE at some R from the center? We normally make ground zero PE level, but for this... Zero, a

*asked on March 11, 2007* -
## Algebra

First the slope. Perpendicular to a slope of -3 means a line slope of 1/3 y= 1/3 x + b. Now put in the x,y point and solve for b. write the equation of a line that has a y intercept (0,5) and is perpendicular to the line with equation y=-3x+1

*asked on March 11, 2007* -
## discrete math

5= (1+4) (1+4)^n= 1^n + 2*1*4 + ...+4^n which is 1 mod 4 Prove that 5^n = 1 (mod 4) for any n >or= 1.

*asked on March 7, 2007* -
## Area of circle.

The area of the circle is radius squared times 3.14. That gives you an area in square feet. The volume of the tank is that area times depth. That gives you a volume in cubic feet. Your comment about fish per ft makes no sense at all. Did you mean 2 fish

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## i need to know the major legal issues

The statement " has been concerned about verifying payments...and also about the financial management..." is ripe for legal detail. Concern is not enough if one is in charge: follow on action is required. Responsibility is a serious legal word, and the

*asked on March 2, 2007* -
## i need to know the major legal issue

And the lawyers want to know what is "fundamentally different" about it. Mr Brady's evidence is that he came up with the idea of having movements in each half of the split face watch case for the forward and return hand movements, all controlled by an

*asked on March 2, 2007* -
## physics

Draw the figure, and calcuate the height above the bottom point the swing starts. (I remember it as 2.3(1-cos25)). the initial energy is mg*height. The final energy is 1/2 m v^2 The difference is frction. A 49 kg child on a 2.3 m long swing is released

*asked on February 28, 2007* -
## science

Wind does not blow upwards. This arrangement would encourage the female cones to pollinate with other trees. Some conifers bear female cones on the top half of the tree and male cones on the bottom half. Why do you think this arrangement of male and female

*asked on February 27, 2007* -
## Physics

1. It is incorrect. The friction has to equal the force down the plane...right? The trolley has no net acceleration, so it must have no net force. Net force= weight down plane - friction.

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## stuck

thirteen contains six letters. t, h, i, r, e, n A word I know six letters it contains subtract just one, and twelve is what remains cool riddle. twelves has six letters and subtract one(s) it makes twelve

*asked on February 25, 2007* -
## Algebra 1

sqrt (10/2)= sqrt 5 Quotient Property: 2*sqrt10/2 I need to learn how to simplify the expression give me a problem and i can teach you

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## Jena

Stop the nonsense posts on this site. If not stopped, you wlll be reported to your service provider, and you will be banned. Her IP address is 12.227.244.117. I have gone ahead and reported her: Location: United States [City: Seattle, Washington] AT&T

*asked on February 21, 2007* -
## Crystal

Stop the nonsense posts, you are wasting our time, which is better devoted to helping kids. If you do not stop, your actions will be reported to your Service Provider and your IP address reported. Thanks.

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## importent

Post it. We will try. But we are not going to do the essay. this is due 2marro so i need ur help it's an essa on my biggest chalinge i was wandering if u coud do it by 2marrow and send is 2 but u must give it 2 me 2day so hurry o ya and it needs 2 be 2-3

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## calculus

Jena. Stop it, or you will be banned. Using the chain rule, how do i solve this problem? g(x)=(sin3x)^3 g'(x)=?? 3sin(3x)^2 • 3 i think *w*w*w*.*a*s*k*.*c*o*m* hey i cant help but heres a hint just go 2 (go on the words w/ the stares around them )and ask

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## Chemistry

What atomic mass is equivalent to seven helium nuclei? What atomic number is equivalent to seven helium nuclei? Now subtract that from the atomic mass and number of ununhexium suppose the isotope of ununhexium ( find the symbol for this as well) undergoes

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## Math - Reposted - Mahi's question

Fill the seven quart. Empty into the five quart, leaving two. Mark the 7 quart jar at that 2 quart level. dump the five quart contents. Pour the 2 quarts into the five, marking its level. Fill the seven quart to the 2 quart level where marked. Fill the

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## Chem

22.4/2 liters. what is the volume 16 grams of O2 at STP?

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## DrBob222

Moth crystals. Those round moth balls are not foam, they are napthalene, a form of benzene. were could i find moth balls because the only one's i have at home are foam balls, or is there something else with an aromatic compound in it?

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## Math

http://psych.colorado.edu/~mcclella/java/normal/accurateNormal.html Put the mean, and the standard deviation in the top of the applet. Having a lot of trouble with this one problem...any help would be appreciated The weight of the eggs produced by a

*asked on February 2, 2007* -
## chemistry

what are the valences expected in unuhexium? the outer is 7s2 7p4 The valency is 6 how do i find the highest hydride and highest fluoride of ununhexium as i have to give an empirical formulae one confused student thank you but could you please explain how

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## social studies

This is interesting reading, from an author along the same lines: http://www.nicolagriffith.com/anarchive-homework.htm When did the first settlers arrive in eastern texas for what reason We are not going to do your homework for you.

*asked on January 25, 2007* -
## homework: Heather

Heather: Please don't post you email address...This is a young person safe site, we opt to protect your identity and privacy. Just Heather will do. Thanks. Here is a summary of what I think you need to address. Creator Spirit is bringing about change in

*asked on January 20, 2007* -
## science

deltaL= L * coeff thermal expansion Al * delta Temp What is the linear expansion for 1 Deg F change in a piect of aluminum that is 1.9 inches long?

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## HELP!

How many times do I have to tell you the answer is d. Goodness. http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1168934037 all you had to do was add two numbers given, and double it, and put the neg sign in front. I have no idea what the answer to this problem is,

*asked on January 16, 2007* -
## Physical Science

Most would expand, greater volume, lesser density. Density= mass/volume What would be true of the densities of most solids and liquids at a temperature higher than the quoted one?

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## bobpursly,.math

Ok, assume it equals zero. 2x + 3y -6=0 subtract 3y from each side. add six to each side. divide both sides by two. its how its in the book i'm suppost to solve for x. but how? How do I solve for the following: Directions solve each literal equation for

*asked on December 19, 2006* -
## science

If bonds are polar, they are strongly attached. Stronger attached bonds take more thermal energy to allow a molecule to break away as vapor: Thus, bp is higher. How does boiling point affect polarity is the fact that a molecule may have a high boiling

*asked on December 19, 2006* -
## chemistry

carboxylic acid plus alcohol yields ester plus water. It is an organic substitution reaction wot type of reaction is this CH3CO2H + C6H5CH2OH---------------> CH3COOCH2C6H5 + water is it like a substitution or like an addition or wot?

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## need help on conversions

Use the density of water: 1gram/ml= 1g/cm^2 looks like the volume of 1 cm^3 has a mass of one gram. 1 cm3 of water weighs 1 gm. would you help with converting 1cm3 of water to grams

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## Need help on my report on a famous Chemist

http://www.liv.ac.uk/Chemistry/Links/refbiog.html Would you please help me with my report on a famous chemist, i need ideas on who i should do it on, and i need to identify his/her contributions to my life, and the report has to be one and a half to two

*asked on December 14, 2006* -
## calculus help please

dy/dx = 2y^2 Integrating...y=2/3 y^3 + C put 1,-1 into the equation, and solve for C. Then find the y for x=2 if y= a^uhttp://math2.org/math/integrals/tableof.htm see exponential functions. dy/dx=2y^2 and if y=-1 when x=1, then when x=2, y=? how do i get x

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## James/osama

your IP address of 65.27.145.207 has been reported to your ISP>

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## calc

6(4x+3)^5(4)(3x-5)^5+ 5(3x-5)^4(3)(4X+3)^6 common factors: (4x+3)^5 (3x-5)^4 [(4x+3)^5 (3x-5)^4] [24(3x-5) + 15(4x+3)] Take the second term, combine like terms. f(x)=(4x+3)^6(3x-5)^5 Find the derivative. This is what I did so far. =6(4x+3)^5(4)(3x-5)^5+

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## chemistry

Molarity is defined as moles/volumesolution What is the molarity of a solution of silver perchlorate, AgClO 4 , if 3.2 moles of silver perchlorate is dissolved in 1.5 liters of water? Is it 2.133 M, 4.756 M, 4.8 M, or 4.810 M ? it is 4.756

*asked on December 7, 2006*

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