:) I was wondering in the equation z^4 = m/(square root of 2) + (m/(square root of 2)) i
with the answer saying the second line is z = m cis (pi/4)
where they got the 4 from. did they get it from z^4 or something? thanks!
answered the same way for the same question. However, one has far less participants in one group that the other.
I was wondering if there was a way to equalize these values for a better representation? For now, just focus on the Graduates column!
I want to assume the bold is the percentage and normal font underneath is the # of people participating in the span of a few years.
lls/mm3) in diferent types of sponges. Since I am not an expert on statistics, I was wondering if someone could inform me of what statistical test I could use in order to treat the following data: Regards,
n, I completed parts A and B, but can't get C. We get all the answers to the questions but not how to get to the answer. The question is:
Patrick changes velocity from 2.0 m/s North to 4.0 m/s South with an acceleration of 0.50 m/s/s South. (A) Determine how much time this process takes (ANSWER: 12 s). (B) Find his displacement (magnitude and direction) (ANSWER: 12 m South). (C) Find how much distance Patrick covered (ANSWER: 20 m).
Another question I was having trouble with was this (I got part A but not parts B or C):
Two cars are traveling along a straight line in the same direction, the lead car at 25.0 m/s and the other car at 30.0 m/s. At the moment the cars are 40.0 m apart, the lead driver applies the brakes, causing his car to have an acceleration of -2.00 m/s/s. (A) How long does it take for the lead car to stop? (ANSWER: 12.5 s). (B) Assuming that the chasing car brakes at the same time as the lead car, what must be the chasing car's minimum negative acceleration so as not to hit the lead car? (ANSWER: -2.29 m/s/s). (C) How long does it take for the chasing car to stop? (ANSWER: 13.1 s).
t for steamers. I got this: https://www.gastrro.pl/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/6/4/648050.jpg Ingredients: phosphoric acid (V), anionic surfactants less than 5%. Lately my mother/father was cleaning the steamer for food with it and today I've noticed the black residue on the bottom of the water in steamer and I've been eating vegetables from that steamer for like many days and just adding water, didn't replace it fully. Wondering if that could impact my health somehow. I'm a bit nervous, thanks.
p me out with Logic gates and how to simplify logic gates. Especially the questions from my assignment brief. I'm willing to pay if necessary to get the correct answers. I also need to simplify gates to be only NAND gates.
ning wave speeds through different mediums and had come across a confusing question. Can you state the speed of light from fastest to slowest as it passes (or doesn't) through the following: Liquid, solid, gas, and a vacuum?
ago but due to complication, the school is requesting I take a math course. I have two entrance exams to take, and they're timed. Was wondering if to save time, would it be possible to just get the solutions instead of having it explained to me? I have a exam that is due today around noon my time (EST), and one scheduled for tomorrow. The school is also requesting to speak to me beforehand to make sure that I understand the materials. I would also need help with that. The phone call shouldn't take more than 30 minutes. Once I know that you're able to help me, I will schedule an appointment.
My name is Dana Morrar, it was a pleasure to meet you at the Ohlone SWE dinner, your advice and insight was very helpful. I am highly interested in doing an internship at TESLA and was wondering if there are any internships offered for the upcoming summer 2019 term?
at the Ohlone SWE dinner, your advice and insight was very helpful. I am highly interested in doing an internship at TESLA and was wondering if there are any internships offered for the upcoming summer 2019 term?
work easier. I have several problems: a) I dont have any ideas on machines. B) I need help really in general. So far i have 7 examples them being a wheelbarrow, a pulley, a ramp, an ax(e) and a hockey stick. I was wondering if you could help me explain how they make work easier. Also, I'm having trouble identifying the input and ouput forces on these machines. Please help. Btw, im grade 8.
estion 1: Draven collected a 1ml sample from a local river. Draven added 99 ml of water to the sample. Draven then took 5 ml of the diluted sample, and determined the 5 ml sample to contained 10 mg of sodium chloride. what is the concentration of sodium chloride in the river?
question 2: how many grams of H2 could be produced when 13 g of H202 decompose?
question 3: how many molecules of carbon dioxide could be produced when 25 ml of a 0.8 M ethanol, c2h60, combusts with 5.18X10^23 molecules of oxygen? the unbalanced equation for the combustion of ethanol is given below:
I am in desperate need of help. There questions are in accordnce wih the AUDITORY CORTEX 1. How is sound intensity encoded? (I am not sure if these means how is it measured...?) What is a rate level function? What is the tonotopic map of the cochlea? What is a tuning curve ? What is the best frequency? What is the threshold ? What is the Volley Theory? I have an idea of the material since it was review in class but the PowerPoint slides are hard to understand. 2. Describe the concept of sound localization and the coincidence detection model of binaural processing occuring in the superior olivary nucleus that mediates sound source localization? (I don't even know where to start with that one) 3. Distinguish between the neural circuit processing intetnaural time differences intetnaural level differences? How and where are the signals compared? (I understand the level vs time difference but I do not know about the neural circuit processing... And what does it mean by where are the signals compared?) 4. Understand the gross organization of the auditory cortex: primary AI and secondary AII auditory cortex, tonotopic organization. I am using the textbook brain and behavior 4th edition by Bob Garrett and also the review PowerPoint slides given to the class but it is mostly charts and graphs