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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please help me analyze this circuit.
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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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can you please give me at least three differences between algol 68 and algol 60?
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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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what happens to light as it passes from one medium to another medium of different optical properties?
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A rectangular loop with dimensions 4.20cm by 9.50cm carries current I. The current in the loop produces a magnetic field at the center of t…
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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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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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can you explain to me how to get the total capacitance?
C1=C2=C3=16uF and C4=36uF
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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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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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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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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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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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find the general solution..
y'' + 4y' = sin3x
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true or false..
When the electric field is zero at a point, the potential must also be zero there.
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When two point charges are a distance part, the electric force that each one feels from the other has magnitude . In order to make this for…
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When two point charges are a distance part, the electric force that each one feels from the other has magnitude . In order to make this for…
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hi guys, can you help me with my question here? http://openstudy.com/study?login#/updates/5004ef6de4b0fb9911346777
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hi, can you guys help me with my assembly language program? I'm using emu8086 microprocessor. I'm almost done with my program, but I'm stuck…
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hi, how will I do this table? it's quite confusing. pls explain me. XD
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make a function that will compute the product of digits of a number inputted by the user. C Language :D
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At 2:00 P.M., a thermometer reading 80 degrees F is taken outside, where the are temperature is 20 degrees F. At 2:03 P.M., the temperature …
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how will I solve this using stack? A+B*CD/E
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what's your recommended book for Data Structures in Java?
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In a laboratory experiment on friction, a 136 block resting on a rough horizontal table is pulled by a horizontal wire. The pull gradually …
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Suppose that you want to move a heavy box with mass 30.0 across a carpeted floor. You try pushing hard on one of the edges, but the box do…
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A 1190 car is held in place by a light cable on a very smooth (frictionless) ramp, as shown in the figure . The cable makes an angle of 31.…
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what's the difference between arctan and tan^1? i'm quiet confused. :S
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can someone explain me STRUCTURES for C?
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