Carey

Most popular questions and responses by Carey
1. Chemistry

A researcher studying the nutritional value of a new candy places a 4.90 gram sample of the candy inside a bomb calorimeter and combusts it in excess oxygen. The observed temperature increase is 2.75 Celsius. If the heat capacity of the calorimeter is

2. Geometry

determine the radius of a circle if a 24 inch chord is 9 inches from the center

3. geometry

The diameter of clock's face is 6 inches. Find the length of the minor arc formed by the hands of the clock at 4:00.

4. Calculus

Consider the function y = 3x5 – 25x3 + 60x + 1. Use the first derivative test to decide whether this function has a maximum at x = 1

5. Cal

Consider the function y = 3x5 – 25x3 + 60x + 1. Use the first derivative test to decide whether this function has a maximum at x = 1. Which of the following describes what you found?

6. Torque

Calculate the torque produced by a force of 50.0 N applied clockwise perpendicular to the end of a bar of length 0.50 m.

7. physics help

help me with this question 2. A hydrogen electron drops from the n=4 level to the n=1 level. A. What is the energy of an emitted photon? B. Calculate the frequency of the photon. C. Calculate the wavelength of the photon.

8. calculus

Find any critical numbers of the function. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) g(t) = 3t ln t

9. Economics help

Does an IPO seem like a good idea for a business? What kind of things would you say in an SEC statement to demonstrate that your business? So would I say that the business is very successful and on its way in expanding?

10. math

Jims records the number of cars his team sells in each month for a year. 4,6,8,6,7,3,5,3,9,8,7,9 What percent of the months does his team sell more than 6 cars?

11. English

i'm suppose to write an essay on the historical climate of a author i pick and it was lewis carroll, and i don't know what it means or where to get that info on it or what to write about it. please help! Historical climate is a description of the history

12. Chem

How many kilojoules of heat are released when 185 g of benzene freezes at its freezing/melting point? (Heat of fusion for benzene = 127 J/g, Heat of vaporization for benzene = 393 J/g)

13. Economics- IPO help

Does an IPO seem like a good idea for a business? What kind of things would you say in an SEC statement to demonstrate that your business? So would I say that the business is very successful and on its way in expanding?

14. Finance

Demand of Bonds Point Price of bond Interest rate (i) Demand A \$925 (1000 - 925)/ 925 = 8.1% \$100 billion B \$800 (1000 - 800)/ 800 = 25% \$400 billion Table 2: Supply of Bonds Point Price of bond Interest rate (i) Demand A \$925 8.1% \$400 billion B \$800 25 %

15. CAL

The slope of the line normal to the graph of 4 sin x – 9 cos y = 9 at the point (x,0)? How do you do this?

16. math

in 1991 the life expectancy of males in a certain country was 73.7 years in 1997 it was 76.9 years let E represent the life expectancy in year T and let T represent the number of years since 1991 the Linear function E (T) that fits the data is

17. Mat 116

Solve for m p=4m+4v the solution is m=

19. science

What is the name of the individual bones that make up your backbone?

20. cj 220

Write a 700- to 1,050-word essay in APA format explaining the theory and reality of law as a “living body.” In your essay, include the following: o Law as a “living body” · Law on books versus laws in action · Objectivity of law · Law as a

21. Math

The football team is on the 30-yd line and has 4 plays to make a rst down. To make a rst down, the team must advance the ball 10 yd. On the rst play, they lost 4 yd. On the second play, they gained 8 yd. On the third play, they lost 2 yd. How many more

22. Algebra

How do you factor out y=x^3-9x^2+9

23. algebra

solve by elimination method 3x+4y=4 6x+8y=8

24. operations management

A company requires 5,000 units of a product in a single year. It costs them \$100 per order for expenses such as transportation and communication. If the product is carried in inventory, the carrying cost equals 1% of the price of the product for every

25. math 11

25,000 compounded for four years at a rate of 3.3%???

26. science

How are trees adapted to survive in an alpine ecosystem?

27. linguistics/society

I just need three people to give their first thought definition of literacy. Please & thanks!

1. science help plzzz

These people are right, just did the cca quick check and got 100%. B✔ B✔ D✔ B✔ C✔

posted on February 5, 2018
2. Math, need help asap

Just got done with this same question, 9 m is correct.

posted on January 19, 2018

you suck sue

posted on December 2, 2015
4. Human Resource Management

1. D Correct 2. B Correct 3. B Correct 4. B Incorrect 5. C Correct 6. C Incorrect 7. A Correct 8. C Correct 9. C Correct 10. A Correct 11. D Correct 12. D Incorrect 13. D Correct 14. A Incorrect 15. B Correct 16. B Incorrect 17. A Incorrect 18. D Incorrect

posted on October 22, 2015

Ms. Sue you made her confused. That's not nice.

posted on October 2, 2015
6. Chem

mass x heat fusion= 23,495

posted on April 26, 2015
7. CAL

alright thennnn

posted on December 15, 2014
8. CAL

Help me??

posted on December 15, 2014
9. Economics help

posted on December 7, 2014
10. math

A. 6% B. 40% C. 50% D. 80% Pick one.

posted on May 6, 2014
11. Physics

Thats wrong

posted on August 30, 2012
12. Chemistry

that's amazing... thank you so much Dr Bob!

posted on February 10, 2012
13. college

The French colonized SE Asia. The communists tried to overthrow the French colonial governments. We were afraid of the "domino effect" where if one country fell to the commies, the rest would follow. We went into Vietnam to help the French after their

posted on November 30, 2010
14. chemistry

Maybe you should actually do the experiment before trying to answer the questions?

posted on November 30, 2010
15. physics

M1 = 910kg*6m/s = 5460kg-m/s M2 = 1440kg*17/s = 24480kg-m/s Mt = M1+M2 = 5460+24480 = 29940 kg-m/s Masstot = 910 + 1440 = 2350kg V = Mt/Masstot = 29940/2350 = 12.74 m/s

posted on November 30, 2010
16. english

Google "Gantt Chart" and "Pert Chart"

posted on November 30, 2010
17. physics

None. F=ma. (Newton's 2nd law) Once a force is applied (gun is fired) it will travel at a constant velocity forever (unless acted on by an outside force. (Newton's 1st law).

posted on November 30, 2010

Centripetal Acceleration = v^2/r = (circumference/time)^2/r = (2*pi*r/t)^2)/r = ((2*3.14*50/14.3)^2)/50 = 9.64 m/s^2

posted on November 30, 2010

Work = Power * time Work = 478 Watts * 14 sec Work = 6692 Joules

posted on November 30, 2010
20. More Frequency - Physics

F = 381 +5.54 = 386.54 F = 381 - 5.54 = 375.46

posted on November 30, 2010
21. physics

KE=(mv^2)/2 = (200*3^2)/2 = 900J

posted on November 30, 2010

50 + 2 = 52 km/h

posted on November 30, 2010

The ratio of H to O (2 to 1) must stay the same if the only product is H2O, regardless of the amount of H2O produced.

posted on November 30, 2010
24. physics

Thrown straight up?

posted on November 30, 2010
25. math

Rate = Milk (pounds) / Cheese (pounds) Rate = 1000/100 = 10 Lbs Milk per lb of Cheese.

posted on November 30, 2010

Newton's Second Law: F(or weight) = mass x acceleration. so, a = F/mass = 3.45/1.5 You do the math and don't forget the units!

posted on November 30, 2010