Find the circumference of the base of cylinder if the volume is 38 cm and the height = 3 cm

# Find the circumference of the base of cylinder if the volume is 38 cm and the height = 3 cm

• MATH

Find the circumference of the base of cylinder if the volume is 38 cm and the height = 3 cm

Given that the volume of the cylinder = 38 cm^3 Also given the height of the cylinder = 3 cm We need to calculate the circumference of the base : First we will calculate the radius by using the…

• MATH

Find the definite integral of h(x) = 3x^3 + 5x^2 – 3x + 6 for the interval [ 0, 1].

f(x) = 3x^3 + 5x^2 – 3x + 6 First, we will find the integral of f(x). Let F(x) = integral f(x) Then, the definite integral is given by: F = F(1) – F(0) Let us calculate. F(x) = intg f(x) =…

• MATH

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• NATIVE SON

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• LORD OF THE FLIES

What does it mean when Roger felt the taboo of the old life?

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• WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

In which Shakespeare plays and through which characters is the Electra Complex notable?Concrete…

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• MACBETH

What points of similarity and of difference are there among the air drawn dagger, the voice that…

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• SCIENCE

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• LAW AND POLITICS

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• LAW AND POLITICS

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• MATH

Find the volume of the cylinder whose height is 7 and the circumference of the base is 4.

We know that the volume of the cylinder is: V = r^2 * pi * h where r is the radius and h is the height. Given that the height is h = 7 ==> V = r^2 * pi * 7 Now to determine the radius ( r), we…

• MATH

Find the integral of f'(x) = 3x^2 – 6x + 3 given that f(0) = -4

Given the derivative, f;(x) = 3x^2 – 6x + 3 Also, given f(0) = -4. We need to determine the function f(x). We know that: f(x) = integral f'(x) : Then, let us integrate f'(x)” ==> f(x) = intg…

• MATH

If AB = 2x-3 and AC = 2x+4 and BC = 7 find x if AC is the hypotenuse.

AB = 2x-3 and AC = 2x+4 and BC = 7 find x if AC is the hypotenuse. I am assuming that ABC is a right angle triangle where AC is the hypotenuse. Then we know that: AC^2 = ( AB^2 + BC^2 Let us…

• MATH

Find the point A if the point ( 3,-4) is midpoint of AB and B is (1,6).

We are given that ( 3,-4) is the midpoint of AB and the coordinates of B are (1,6). We have to find the coordinates of A. Let the coordinates of A be (x, y) So as (3 , -4) is the mid point of A and…

• MATH

Find f(g(5) if f(x) = log x^2 and g(x) = x+5

Given the functions: f(x) = log x^2. g(x) = x+ 5. We need to find f(g(5)). First, we need to determine f(g(x)), then substitute with x= 5 f(g(x)) = f( x+ 5) Now we will substitute with x+ 5 in…

• MATH

Find x and y is 2x+ y= 11 and x^2 – y^2 = 24

2x+ y = 11………….(1) x^2 – y^2 = 24…………(2) First we will rewrite (1): 2x + y = 11 ==> y= 11- 2x Now we will substitute in (2): ==> x^2 – y^2 = 24 ==> x^2 – ( 11-2x)^2 = 24…

• THE LOTTERY

How does the author lead the reader to the “twist ending” in “The Lottery”?

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• MATH

Find the dimensions of the container with the greatest volume.The container, with a square base,…

A box with a square base is made using 1000 ft^2 of material. Now we have to find the maximum possible volume of the box. We know that the volume of the box would be V=x^2*y, where x is the side of…

• MATH

A plane took 3 hrs & 15 mins to return to Spain. The length of the journey was 2350 km….

The length of the journey is 2350 km. The time taken by the airplane is 3 hrs and 15 minutes. Now 3 hours 15 minutes is equal to 3.25 hrs. Therefore the speed of the plane is 2350 / 3.25 = 723.07…

• MATH

Maria has \$350, she spends 2/7 of her money & invests the rest for 2 years at 5% per year…

Maria has \$350, she spends 2/7 of her money & then invests the rest for 2 years at 5% per year simple interest. We need to find how much money does Maria have at the end of the 2 years? As…

• MATH

The length of a rectangle is 3 in. more than twice its width. If the perimeter of the rectangle…

Let the length of the rectangle be L and the width be W: Given that the length is 3 more than twice the width: ==> we will write” L= 3 + 2W…………..(1) Also, given the perimeter is : P = 18…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In Chapter 18 of To Kill a Mockingbird, what does Mayella’s testimony add to the case?

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• LAW AND POLITICS

Describe what “victim impact” statements are.

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• REFERENCE

do you think to allow semester system will be good in favour to students and what effect it will…

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In chapter seventeen of To Kill a Mockingbird, what does Atticus attempt to establish through Bob…

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• MATH

The position function of a particle moving along the x axis is: s=t^3-6t+qt+1. Analyze the…

s=t^3-6t^2+qt+1. To analyse the motion. When t = 0, the initial distance covered is 1. ds/dt = 3t^2- 6t +q., When t = 0, the initial velocity = q. d2x/dt^2 = 6t-6. So the acceleration is zero when…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In Chapter Seventeen of To Kill a Mockingbird what devices does the author use to characterize…

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• MATH

The width of a rectangle is 45% of the length. If the perimeter of the rectangle is 58cm, what is…

We’ll consider x as the length of the rectangle. We’ll note the width of the rectangle as w. We know, from enunciation that the width is: w = 45*x/100 Now, we’ll write the formula of the perimeter…

• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

In chapter seventeen what does atticus attempt to establish through heck tates’s testimony.

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• THE CANTERBURY TALES

Critically examine the concluding part of Alisoun’s tale and its thematic link with Chaucer’s…

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• EVERYDAY USE

How do certain key objects, such as the burned house and the old quilts, focus the reader’s…

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• OSCAR WILDE

Name some of the figures of speech in “The Happy Prince” by Oscar Wilde.I am writing a term paper…

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• MACBETH

How do we know that in Act 4 of Macbeth, Macbeth’s second visit to the witches leads to his…

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• THE KILLERS

Who is the protagonist of “The Killers” by Ernest Hemingway?

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• MATH

Find the slope of the linear function if f(2)=-9 and f(3)=9?

From enunciation, we conclude that we have two points (2,-9) and (3,9) that are located on the graph of the linear function f(x). We’ll write the linear function in the point slope form: f(x) = mx…

• OEDIPUS REX

What is the major conflict of the play Oedipus the King (or Oedipus Rex), and the moral connected…

In Oedipus Rex (or Oedipus the King), the major conflict exists based upon what Oedipus has unknowingly done in his life to wreak the havoc (in the form of plagues) that now visits Thebes. Before…

• MATH

John is writing an article. The article is limited to 48000 words. He decides to use two types of…

Large font ==> 1800 words / page Small font ==> 2400 words/ page Total pages = 21 and 48000 words Now let us assume that: x = number of pages with Large Font y= number of pages with small…

• PERSUASION

What does that suggest about beauty (or ugliness) as a character trait?

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• FENCES

What is the major conflict of the play?

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• PERSUASION

In Jane Austen’s Persuasion, how does the novel relate the innateness of beauty to social class?

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• PERSUASION

Does a person’s appearance tell you anything about who they are in the novel? ( Persuasion by…

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• PERSUASION

Is there a connection between appearance and identity in Persuasion by Jane Austen?

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• TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD

Chapter 19 when asked “Did you resist her advance?”, Tom answered “I tried to ‘thout being’ ugly…

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What is the ‘Prisoner’s Dilemma?’

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• MATH

Determining the equation of the quadratic function with the points (-1,4), (1, -2) and (2,1)?

Let the function be : f(x) = ax^2 + bx + C Given the points (-1,4), (1, -2) and (2,1) are on the curve of f(x): Then the points should verify the equation such that: f(-1) = 4 f(1) = -2 and…

• MATH

What is vertex of x^2-x-6=0?

To find the vertex of x^2-x-6 = 0. x^2-x-6 = 0 whose solutions are the intercepts of the the parabola y = x^2-x-6 . So x^2-x-6 = (x-3)(x+2) = 0. So x= 3 and x= -2 are the intercepts of the…

• MATH

The area of a square is 45 more square inches than its perimeter. What is the length of each side…

Let the side of a square be x. Then its perimeter p = 4x. It is given that area of the square is more than its perimeter by 45 numerically. Therefore x ^2 = 4x+45. Subtract 4x+45 from both sides…

• MATH

Prove that log 3 5 + log 5 3 > 2 (base 3 and 5)

We’ll re-write the inequality: log 3 5 + 1/log 3 5 > 2 We’ll note log 3 5 =a We’ll re-write the inequality in a: a + 1/a > 2 We’ll multiply by 2 the inequality: a^2 + 1 > 2a We’ll subtract…

• JULIUS CAESAR

Why does Calpurnia object to Caesar’s going to the capitol?

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