hbaldon
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 Harris Baldon
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 University of San Carlos  Technological Center, Nasipit, Talamban, Cebu City, Philippines
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hbaldon:
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please help me analyze this circuit.
 updated one year ago
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hbaldon:
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Hello, can you guys tell me what's wrong with my code? I am supposed to get 21 inputs, but the output is messed up. I don't know why. xD
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 updated one year ago
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mays:
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find the i and j component of v in terms of the magnitude of v ad theta simplifying your answer
(theta is in the second quadrant )
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lildancermjk:
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If sin A < 0, which quadrant(s) would the terminal side of the angle be located?
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hbaldon:
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can you help me derive this equation to a linear equation?
1/f = 1/s+1/s'
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AmandaCepssssss:
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h=vt5t^2, solve for v
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dee68:
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find the slope of the line determined by the equation 2x=y
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Firejay5:
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State the solpe and y  intercept of the graph of each equation. 18.) cx + y = d
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SavannahNanami:
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Divide.Write in Symplest form.YOU MUST SHOW WORK!
3.2 divide by 0.8
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hbaldon:
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Can you help me derive the formula of this? I'm quite confused. :S
http://i50.tinypic.com/30moc2g.jpg
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sivoodoo:
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hi.. im totally new to programming. ive done my bachelors in mechanical engg and am not bad at logic. Im trying the 6.00 course and am tryin…
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rupalibhalla:
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how to write 112358 using loops?
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kushbirla:
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what is a computer
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hbaldon:
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I know this isn't for math subject, but no one is responding in physics, so i posted it here.
can you please explain to me how to get the…
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hbaldon:
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can you explain to me how to get the total capacitance?
C1=C2=C3=16uF and C4=36uF
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mark4:
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any one who know web development, html/css/js/php ? reply with yes or no
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mitchelsewbaran:
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A right triangle with a 1 of it's angles measuring 30° , has a hypotenuse measuring 16 inches long. How many inches long is the longer side …
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karenw12:
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Solve simultaneously for x and y:
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boss1999:
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What method(s) would you choose to solve the equation? Explain your reasoning.
2x2 +4x  3 = 0
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Solmyr:
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y = 2/3x2
–2x + 3y = 6
3. Describe how you would graph this line using the slopeintercept method. Be sure to write in complete senten…
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BarrelRacer_23:
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Can someone please explaine to me how to do this problem step by step?
Solve the equation or formula for the indicated variable.
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PatriciaMae:
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what could be the value of of (g3k) in the equation (g3k) (3g2k)=0?
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cathy.poff:
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v=4/3 pi^3
Find the volume of a sphere with a 6foot diameter. Use 3.14 for pi.
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hbaldon:
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For a circuit shown in the figure, all quantities are accurate in 3 significant figures. What is the power dissipated in 2ohm resistor?
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hbaldon:
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A metal cylinder of radius 2.0 mm is concentric with another metal cylinder of radius 5.0 mm. If the space between the cylinders is filled w…
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hbaldon:
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When a 20.0ohm resistor is connected across the terminals of a 12.0V battery, the voltage across the terminals of the battery falls by 0.3…
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hbaldon:
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I know this should be in Physics subject but no one is responding, so I posted it here. thanks.
the answer to this question is 6.8A from …
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hbaldon:
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please see attached..
the answer to this question is 6.8A from b to a. could you guys show me how it came up with 6.8A from b to a?
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briannemarie:
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help with this one now please
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mathslover:
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find the area under the curve f (x) =\(\large{x^2}\)
between x = 0 and x = 3.
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