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Klaph:
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This question is associated with the first first law of thermodynamics.
The question is as follows:
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samaer34:
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on a map 3 inches represents 240 miles. five inches represents 400 miles. how many inches would be needed to represent 320 miles
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samaer34:
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on a map 3 inches represents 240 miles. five inches represents 400 miles. how many inches would be needed to represent 16 hours
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marcskeltah23:
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An average apartment in Los Angeles costs $2000 per month; in Houston, the same apartment costs $750 per month. A hamburger in Los Angeles c…
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jennalu97:
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Given the point (3, 4) and the slope of 6, find y when x = 27.
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phanta_seea:
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when you take the limit as x→∞ of the log of any base, it will go to infinity
does this say\[\lim_{x \rightarrow \inf} log_{base} x = \…
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jasmiemarie:
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convert 133 pounds to kg
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ami011:
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A circle has a diameter of twelve millimeters. What are the circumference and area of the circle? Use three point one four for pi. Round to …
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colbiespann:
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What is the solution to the equation sqrt (2x + 8) − 6 = 4
someone check my work please.
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Madison101:
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ype in expanded form. Use to indicate multiplication.
5 2
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openstudycool1234:
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Which property justifies this statement?
If x + y = z and z = x + 4, then x + y = x + 4.
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The midpoint of CD is E (1,0). One endpoint is C(5,2) What are the coordinates of the other endpoint?
I only really need to know HOW to …
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MandaLove03:
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Model the function rule y = 2x  3 with a table of values
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tester97:
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a doctors office schedules 15minute appointments and halfhour appointments for weekdays. the doctor limits these appointments to, at most,…
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Klaph:
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How do I prove that, for example \[e^\pi > \pi^e\]
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Klaph:
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We have an inhomogeneous spatial poisson process and several point (x,y). Let the intensity be
\[lambda (x,y)=constant*e^{xy}\]. What is …
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Determine if this is a subspace of the polynomial space
\[p(t) deg \leq n\]
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Why can I simplify the expression
\[\frac{r^3}{r^2+1}\]
to the expression
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Double integral:
\[\int \int_D e^{2x3y} dxdy\]
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Nelly15:
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The formula for the perimeter of a rectangle is P = 2l + 2w. Find l, if P = 60 and w = 14.
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Klaph:
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Integrate \[\int \frac{e^x+1}{e^x} dx\]
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Klaph:
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Integration. How do I find the primitive
\[F(x)=\int \frac{1}{(x2)^2}\] ? Hints appreciated.
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Mrfootballman97:
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174 people responded out of 1141, what is this in a percentage?
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iamredeer:
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The width of a rectangle is 5 less than twice its length. If the area of the rectangle is 85 cm, what is the length of the diagonal?
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Anita505:
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A box contains 15 balls numbered 1 through 15. Two balls are drawn in succession without replacement. If the second ball has the number 4 on…
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Shannon20150:
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Factor 35d + 5d2  30.
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bumbambin123:
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evaluate the expession described below if the number is 2.
the quotien of three less than a number and the number squared?
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jacobcordova09:
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Job A pays $10.95 per hour, 40 hours per week.
Job B pays $18,500 per y.
Which job pays better?
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alewis98:
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find the product of (2x5)(x^24x+3)
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