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Awstinf:
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an open bottle of coke is brought from refrigeration to room temperature, more bubbles come out when at room temp because
A.CO2 moves mor…
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TVolel:
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A student estimated the mass of a wood block to be 200 g. When he placed the block on a balance, he measured the mass of the block to be 208…
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Ldaniel:
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For what values of a and b are y = a bx and y = 2 + x tangent at x = 0.
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ImReflective:
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My science teacher took a tin can with 2 holes in it, 1 on the top in the middle of the lid and one on the side near the bottom. He filled i…
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Cas:
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Special Relativity question: Anne and Bob are driving along a long straight road. While passing a tree, Bob sets it on fire. Anne is approac…
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HELLSGUARDIAN:
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I got this question in my exam but could not answer it.its not even at google..
Q What are the limitations of zeroth law of thermodynami…
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hamishawesome:
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if a square had an area of 400m squared then what would its perimeter be
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fangmitchell:
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find the radius of a circle whose circumference is equal to the sum of the circumference of two circles with radii of 4 inches and 6 inches
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DamnImBad:
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The Room Is 4 Meters Longer Than It Is Wide. Its Perimeter Is 24 Meters.
Find The Width In Meters
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Claire4christ:
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Find the area of the following circle. (Round answer to the nearest hundredth).
r = 4.5 cm
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confusedbird:
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the lowest temperature ever recorded in a certain town was 21. the highest temperature ever recorded there was 138 more than the lowest. Wh…
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Decart:
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how much work is required to stretch a spring 0.133 m if its force constant is 9.17N/m?
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Faris_Waleed:
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An archery target has three concentric regions. The diameters of the regions are in the ratio 1:2:3. Find the ratio of their areas
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nandkishore:
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There is lot of wind,where i stay.I need to know how may i use this for my energy needs?pl.help.
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BlizzardofFire:
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s=11/3+1/9...
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Symphonie01:
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WXYZ is an isosceles trapezoid. WY = 8x – 3 and ZX = 19. Find the value of x.
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PVELEZ:
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What would be a dissipative force that would stop the mechanical energy from being conserved?
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Fellowroot:
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What is the difference between uniform circular motion and nonuniform circular motion?
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jrodriguez2315:
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On a pv diagram, there are constant temperature lines. If the process line is parallel to that of specific volume(that is, constant pressur…
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franci2005:
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A network has N subscribers. Each subscriber is connected directly to all
other subscribers.
(a) What is the total number of lines L in th…
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dognip1:
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Your roommate is working on his bicycle and has the bike upside down. He spins the 50.0 diameter wheel, and you notice that a pebble stuck …
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Ahaanomegas:
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Somu of Yahoo! Answers gives a good explanation of COM here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090330203059AAyw6no, and it's mad…
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shawn06:
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who are mechanical engineering here?
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