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If a rocket is launched at a 30 degree angle, with a velocity of 36.7 m/s, an average time of 4.3025 s, and a distance of 116.63 m, what is …
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An ice cube sits on the mouth of a large glass bottle. A piece of wire hangs across the ice cube with objects of equal mass hanging from eit…
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If an ice cube is placed in a cup of water and 15% of it is above the water, what is the approximate density of the ice cube (assuming the d…
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Ever seen those hand boilers made of blown glass with liquid inside them? Ok, how do they work? (This is for a physics lab)
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What is the reason for the Spanish success in the Americas?
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When f(x) is divided by h(x)=x+2, q(x)=2(x^2)x+2 and r(x)=2. Find f(x).
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Use chunking and usustitution to find the zeros of f(x)=(x^4)+5(x^2)36.
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Find the partial fraction decomposition:
(4x11)/((2x^2)x3)
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Use a sign pattern to solve: f(x) is less than or equal to 0.
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What is the reason for Portuguese success in Indian Ocean trade? (14501750)
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What were characteristics of Mughal India and Western Africa in 1600? (social, political, economic, artistic, religious, intellectual, techn…
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PRECALC/TRIG: Convert the polar equation to rectangular form and describe the curve: (@=theta)
r=2sin@4cos@
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PRECALC/TRIG: Eliminate the parameter and identify the curve:
x2t3, y=94t, 3<t<5 <(both less than or equal to.) I understand how to …
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Compare Mesopotamia, Egypt, Indus Valley, and Chinese River Valley societies.
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What are the main differences between classical civilizations and river valley civilizations?
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What were the effects of the nomadic invasions of Europe and Asia?
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a civil engineer needs to measure the length of a proposed tunnel through a mountain. the engineer chooses a point that can be seen from eac…
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Using the law of sines (trig), solve the triangle if angle C=30 degrees, b=12, and c=5. There will be 0, 1, or 2 solutions.
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Using the law of cosines (trig), find the measures of a triangle that has a=10, b=12, and c=15.
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write an equation in standard form:
points of the hyperbola are 12 units closer to one focus than the other, and the foci are at (0,0) and …
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