How long would it take to accumulate a charge of 460 mC using a current of 0.2 A?

How long would it take to accumulate a charge of 460 mC using a current of 0.2 A?

  • PHYSICS

How long would it take to accumulate a charge of 460 mC using a current of 0.2 A?

Current is the movement of charge. In the problem we have to find the time taken to accumulate a charge of 460 mC when a current of 0.2 Ampere is flowing. The SI unit of current is amperes and 1…

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  • SO FAR FROM THE BAMBOO GROVE

What saves the Kawashimas from the Korean soldiers in So Far From The Bamboo Grove?

Actually no and yes, the thing that saves them from the Korean soldiers in the woods was when the Kawashimas were taught…. in an air raid they were to flatten to the ground when they did that…

  • TRIGONOMETRY MATH

What is tan(pi/ 7) + cot(pi/2 – pi/6) / (1+ tan(-pi/7)*tan(pi/6))

We have to find the value of [tan (pi/ 7) + cot (pi/2 – pi/6)] / (1+ tan (-pi/7)*tan (pi/6)) We know that cot (pi/2 – pi/6) = tan (pi/6) and as tan is odd tan (-x) = -tan x Also, tan (a + b) =…

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  • NOAM CHOMSKY

What are types of linguistics knowledge in Noam Chomsky’s transformational generative grammar…

In Chomsky’s transformational generative grammar theory, there are four most important types of linguistic knowledge. Though the theory and nomenclature has changed for some concepts as Chomsky…

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  • TRIGONOMETRY1

What is x if (1+cos2x)/2=sin(-2x)?

We have to solve (1 + cos 2x) / 2 = sin (-2x) (1 + cos 2x) / 2 = sin (-2x) => -(1 + cos 2x) / 2 = sin (2x) => -( 1 + (cos x)^2 – (sin x)^2)/ 2 = 2 sin x cos x => -1 – (cos x)^2 + (sin x)^2…

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  • ALGEBRA1

Determine the value of variable: (x+5)^2-4(4x+5)=0

We have to solve (x+5)^2-4(4x+5)=0 (x+5)^2 – 4(4x+5) = 0 open the brackets x^2 + 10x + 25 – 16x – 20 = 0 => x^2 – 6x + 5 = 0 => x^2 – 5x – x + 5 = 0 => x( x – 5) – 1(x – 5) = 0 => (x -…

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  • ALGEBRA1

Given the roots 6 and 7, determine the quadratic equation?

The roots of a quadratic equation are given as 6 and 7. This means that x – 6 = 0 and x – 7 = 0 We can write ( x – 6)( x – 7) = 0 => x^2 – 6x – 7x + 42 = 0 => x^2 – 13x + 42 = 0 Therefore the…

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  • THE LESSON

How does Sylvia change from the beginning of “The Lesson” to the end of the story?

Sylvia is a tough girl throughout the story. She truly understands the lesson, and this knowledge creates an epiphany in her. She learns the lesson of class inequality and unfairness in spite of…

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  • TRIGONOMETRY1

Solve the equation 5sinx=4cosx

We have to solve 5 sin x = 4 cos x 5 sin x = 4 cos x => sin x / cos x = 4/5 => tan x = (4/5) => x = arc tan (4/5) Therefore x = arc tan (4/5) + n*pi

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  • ALGEBRA1

If log 6 = m and log 5 = n, write log 7.2 as an expression in m and n.

We can write 7.2 as 6*6/5 log 7.2 = log 6*6 / 5 = log 6^2 / 5 Now log (a^b) = b* log a and log (a/b) = log a – log b log (6^2 / 5) => 2 log 6 – log 5 as log 6 = m and log 5 = n => 2m – n…

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  • TRIGONOMETRY1

Simplify [sin (x – pi/2)) / cos (pi – x)] + [tan (x – 3pi/2) / – tan (pi + x)

We’ll re-write sin (x – pi/2) as -sin (pi/2 – x) = – cos x. cos (pi – x) = cos pi*cos x + sin pi*sin x But sin pi = 0 and cos pi = -1 cos (pi – x) = -cos x The first term of the sum will become:…

  • MATH

A bicycle wheel has a diameter of d cm. Determine its angular velocity, in radian per second,…

The bicycle’s wheel has a diameter of d cm. Th radius of the wheel is d/2 cm. When the wheel rotates once the bicycle moves forward by 2*pi*d/2 = pi*d cm. If the bicycle is travelling at x km/h, x…

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  • ALGEBRA1

What is the common point of the lines y=20-x and 3x-2y-6=0 ?

We have to find the common points of y=20-x and 3x-2y-6=0. This is equivalent to solving for x and y using the given equations. We have y=20-x. substitute this for y in 3x-2y-6=0 => 3x – 2( 20 -…

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  • RUSSELL BAKER

In Chapter 2 of Growing Up, Russell’s mother thought he suffered from a lack of “gumption.” What…

“Gumption” is a great word! It means a lot of things: strong will, drive, initiative, guts, spunk, and courage. Somebody with gumption takes on the world to accomplish a purpose or achieve a goal….

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  • FATHERS AND SONS

What is the predominant theme in Hemingway’s “Fathers and Sons”?

A strong proponent of the power of nature, Ernest Hemingway sets his story, “Fathers and Sons,” amid the beauty of cleared fields and thickets. For Hemingway, there was a healing power to nature…

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  • ALGEBRA1

What is x if 64x^3+1331=0?

We have to solve for x given 64x^3+1331=0 64x^3 + 1331 = 0 => (4x)^3 + 11^3 = 0 => (4x + 11)( (4x)^2 – 4x*11 + 11^2) = 0 4x + 11 = 0 => x1 = -11/4 => x = -2.75 ( (4x)^2 – 4x*11 + 11^2)…

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  • CALCULUS

Evaluate the indefinite integral of the function 1-sin^2x .

We have to find the integral of 1 – (sin x)^2.1- (sin x)^2 = (cos x)^2(cos x)^2 = (1/2)(1 + cos 2x)So, Int[(cos x)^2 dx]=> Int[(1/2)(1 + cos 2x) dx]=> (1/2)Int[1 dx] + (1/2)[Int(cos 2x…

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  • ALGEBRA1

How to factor the difference a^4-b^16?

We have to factor a^4 – b^16 we use x^2 – y^2 = (x +y)(x – y) a^4 – b^16 => (a^2 – b^8)(a^2 + b^8) => (a – b^4)(a + b^4)(a^2 + b^8) Therefore a^4 – b^16 = (a – b^4)(a + b^4)(a^2 + b^8)

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  • A RAISIN IN THE SUN

What impression do you get of the relationship between Walter and Ruth throughout the play in A…

I think that the relationship between Ruth and Walter develops throughout the play. At the start, there is a frayed sensibility between the husband and wife. The emphasis on money, the fears of…

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  • CALCULUS

Evaluate the limit of the fraction (f(x)-f(1))/(x-1), if f(x)=1+2x^5/x^2? x->1

We are given that f(x)=1+2x^5/x^2 = 1 + 2x^3. We have to find: lim x –>1 [(f(x) – f(1))/(x-1)] => lim x –>1 [(1+ 2x^3 – 1 – 2)/(x-1)] => lim x –>1 [(2x^3 – 2)/(x-1)] => lim x…

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  • ROMEO AND JULIET

What is admirable and flawed about Romeo in Romeo and Juliet?

Certainly, Romeo is a complex character. I think that his willingness to be so brazen with his emotions and feelings makes him an admirable character. In a setting where most men are one…

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  • TRIGONOMETRY1

Given sin x + cos x = 1, what is tan(x+x)?

We have to find tan(x + x), given that sin x + cos x = 1. We know that (sin x)^2 + (cos x)^2 = 1 sin x + cos x = 1 => (sin x + cos x)^2 = 1 => (sin x)^2 + (cos x)^2 + 2 sin x cos x = 1 =>…

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  • LITERATURE

differentiate between structure and function Differentiate between structure and function and…

I’m not sure if this is what you’re asking, but “Problem/Solution” would be a structure, and it’s purpose would be to inform or persuade. In “Problem/Solution” writing a problem would be presented….

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  • REFERENCE

So maybe life is just truly INSANE with long horrible fits of SANITY that we struggle to…

I think that the sense of what Mr. Stallone is saying is more to the effect that life itself is insane, and interspersed with only short periods of sanity. We who are living, then, struggle…

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  • LITERATURE

renaissance movement Reformation may be regarded as the religious counterpart of the Renaissance…

Here is one way in which this is true: One of the major ideas of the Renaissance was the idea that truth comes from empirical proof, not from what authorities have said. This was the time, for…

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  • THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES

Who or what do you think is mother figure in The Secret Life of Bees?I have to write the essay:…

You have made two great choices for mother figures in this novel. And certainly, Black Mary is a mother figure, too. If you want to use Black Mary, I think it would be fair to say that she…

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  • HISTORY

What events led up to the Buddhist monk riots referred to as one of the turning points during the…

The main event that led to the rioting by Buddhists against the Diem regime was the self-immolation of a Buddhist monk named Quang Duc on a street in Saigon. This happened on June 11, 1963. This…

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  • RELIGION

Does the word “Trinity” exist anywhere in the Bible?

The word “trinity” does not occur in the Bible. The idea of the trinity has a basis in the Bible, but the actual term itself does not appear in the Bible. The idea of the trinity does clearly show…

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  • HISTORY

Why was the Monroe Doctrine established to warn Europe against further colonization of Latin…

There are a number of reasons why the Monroe Doctrine was established. Perhaps the most important reason was that the US wanted to establish its claim to be the most important power in the…

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  • HAMLET

Hamlet as a tragicomedy.I just need to know the introduction, and the tragicomedy element in Hamlet.

I noticed that this question or request has gone unaddressed for one week now, and I would suggest that the reason for that is because Hamlet isn’t a tragicomedy. There is really nothing very…

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  • TRIGONOMETRY1

What is the angle x if the identity sin2x-(cos 2x)/2 -1/2=cosx-2cosx*tanx?

We have to solve for x given sin2x-(cos 2x)/2 -1/2=cosx-2cosx*tanx sin 2x – (cos 2x)/2 -1/2 = cos x – 2cos x * tan x => 2 sin x cos x – (1 – 2 (sin x)^2)/2 – 1/2 = cos x – 2cos x * sin x/ cos…

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  • HAMLET

How is it different watching the play Hamlet to reading it?

One of the most important things that any one ever said to me about reading Shakespeare is this: “Plays are written to be performed.” That single statement completely changed my philosophy on…

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  • YEHUDA AMICHAI

How would you briefly summarize the poem “The Diameter of the Bomb” written by Yehuda Amichai?

Amichai begins the poem with a somewhat cold, but just mechanical description of the bomb. It is the scientist explaining something as a machine, the effect of its radius and the statistics of the…

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  • HAMLET

What do Claudius’ actions reveal about his character in Act III, scene 3 of Hamlet?

Claudius sends Hamlet to England as a precaution because he fears Hamlet’s madness. Claudius is not yet on to Hamlet’s plot of revenge, but he supposes that Hamlet might mean him harm. Claudius…

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  • BUSINESS

The future of business cannot be safe if its information is not safe.In light of this statement,…

I think that internet safety and computer protection is extremely important to the future of business organizations and their information. This has become critical to all businesses who depend on…

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  • THE GAMBLER, THE NUN, AND THE RADIO

Gambling, religion or music are all symbolized as “opiums” to get through life. What are some of…

The setting of Ernest Hemingway’s story “The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio,” a hospital, is central to the theme of life as injurious illusion. In order to distract themselves from their…

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  • ALGEBRA1

How do you solve the equation? [absolute value(6t-9)]-21=0

We have to solve the equation |6t – 9| – 21 =0 |6t – 9| – 21 =0 => |6t – 9| = 21 This gives us two equations 6t – 9 = 21 => 6t = 21 + 9 => 6t = 30 => t = 30/6 => t = 5 And 9 – 6t =…

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  • FATHERS AND SONS

How would you contrast Nick’s relationship with his father to his relationship with his young son…

While Nick Adams drives along the highway as the day darkens, Hemingway writes that he was all through thinking about his father. The end of the day never made him think of him. Nonetheless, the…

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  • CALCULUS

Evaluate the indefinite integral of the fraction 1/(16x^2+24x+9)?

We have to find the integral of 1/(16x^2+24x+9) 1/(16x^2+24x+9) => 1/(4x+3)^2 let 4x + 3 = u => du/dx = 4 => dx = du/4 Int[ 1/(16x^2+24x+9) dx] => Int [ 1/u^2 du/4] => (1/4) Int […

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  • ALGEBRA1

How many common points have the curve entities?2x-y+1=0 and x^2+x-y+1=0

We have to solve for x and y given that 2x-y+1=0 and x^2+x-y+1=0. 2x – y + 1 = 0 => y = 2x + 1 substitute this in x^2+x-y+1=0. x^2 + x – y + 1 = 0 => x^2 + x – 2x – 1 + 1 = 0 => x^2 – x =…

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  • SCIENCE

What is the difference between renewable and non renewable resources?

Renewable resources are those resources which are easily regenerated once they have been consumed or are available in such a large quantity that they will practically be sufficient for all future…

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  • CALCULUS

How to verify the inequality: {(x+1)*lnx}/2>x-1

We have to prove that [(x+1)*lnx]/2 > x-1 [(x+1)*lnx]/2 > x-1 => [(x+1)*lnx] > 2(x-1) => ln x > 2(x-1)/(x+1) => ln x – 2(x-1)/(x+1) > 0 If we find the derivative of ln x -…

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  • ALGEBRA1

What is z if z/2 + 3=z’/3 – 2? z complex number

As z is a complex number let it be x + yi. z’ = x – yi. If z/2 + 3=z’/3 – 2 => (x + yi)/2 + 3 = (x – yi)/3 – 2 => (x + yi)/2 – (x -yi)/3 = -5 => x/2 – x/3 – i( y/2 – y/3) = -5 => x/2 -…

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  • ALGEBRA1

Solve the equation 4*2^2x=18*3^2x+6^x

We’ll move all terms to the left side: 4*2^2x-18*3^2x-6^x = 0 We’ll write 6^x = 2^x*3^x We’ll re-write the equation: 4*2^2x – 18*3^2x – 2^x*3^x = 0 We’ll divide by 3^2x: 4*(2/3)^2x – (2/3)^x – 18…

  • ALGEBRA1

Solve for x log2 x + log4 x + log8 x =11/6

We have to solve for x: log2 x + log4 x + log8 x =11/6 log (a) b = 1/ log (b) a log2 x + log4 x + log8 x =11/6 => 1 / log(x) 2 + 1 / log(x) 4 + 1/log(x) 2 = 11/6 => 1 / log(x) 2 + 1 /…

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  • TRIGONOMETRY1

What is x if cos^2(x/2)-2cos^2x=(3/2)*square root2(1+cosx)+2sin^2x?

We have to solve cos^2(x/2)-2cos^2x=(3/2)*square root2(1+cosx)+2sin^2x for x. Rewriting the equation in a simpler form: (cos x/2)^2 – 2 ( cos x)^2 = (3/2)sqrt 2 ( 1 + cos x) + 2 (sin x)^2 we know…

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  • HISTORY

Compare developments in a poor and rich country over time.

I would say that a specific comparison of nations would be needed in effectively answering this question. Yet, I do believe that globalization can be used as a base to compare nations in terms of…

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  • SYLVIA PLATH

In the poem “Metaphors,” what are Plath’s feelings when she says she has “boarded the train…

Famously this poem talks about Plath’s own feelings when she was pregnant, and she uses a series of metaphors to describe herself. However, within these descriptions we can see her own feelings…

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  • SOCIAL SCIENCES

Personal CharacterThe Omaha have a saying: He who is present at a wrongdoing and does not lift a…

I think this is not so much about personal character as it is about personal and communal responsibility. To me, what’s striking about this saying is that it implies that each person in a community…

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  • THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE

Please provide a prose paraphrase of lines 210-309 of Shelley’s “The Triumph of Life” to expalin…

This format does not accommodate a prose paraphrase of the entire selection from line 210 to 309, but I can render a portion of the selection into a prose paraphrase upon which you might draw to…

 


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