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Homework | Answered on May 11, 2018


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Homework | Answered on May 10, 2018


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example 21
remember this fact - the angle of both triangles is the same
So it is going to be a ratio between Height over Shadow
and then using this calculated ratio times the other shadow length of 9 feet

Homework | Answered on May 07, 2018


A linear foot (also called a lineal foot) is a 12 inch measurement of length. Because the term linear refers to a straight line, it makes sense to think of linear footage as the straight line measurement of something. It differs from other measurements because width and height don't matter.
Once I wrote a research about different Metric systems in different countries... More Help.

So 10 linear is 120 inch or 3,048 meters... you can use this converter for a help - https://www.convertunits.com/from/linear+foot/to/meters
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Homework | Answered on May 07, 2018


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Homework | Answered on May 04, 2018


56 +45 = 101

Homework | Answered on May 04, 2018


Hopefully, I can explain this correctly.

1 light year = 9.461e+15 m
= 9.416e+12 km

I assume from your notation that you are travelling at 40 000 kph.

40 000 = 4.000e+5

Now we have everything in the same units, we can divide the light year by speed to get time.

9.416 x 10^12
= -------------------
4.000 x 10^5

= 2.354 x 10^7 hours

= 23 540 000 hours

= 980 833 days

= 2 685 years

Good luck,

Paul

Homework | Answered on Apr 30, 2018


Standing on the ground and looking up, you are looking through the atmosphere. It might not look like anything is there, especially if there are no clouds in the sky. But what you don't see is air - lots of it. We live at the bottom of the atmosphere and the weight of all the air above us is called air pressure. A tower of air that is 1 inch square and goes from the bottom of the atmosphere is 14.7 pounds. That means air exerts 14.7 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressure at the Earth's surface. High in the atmosphere, air pressure decreases. With less air molecules above, there is less pressure from the weight of air above.
Pressure varies from day-to-day at the Earth's surface - the bottom of the atmosphere. This is, in part, because the Earth is not equally heated by the Sun. Areas where air is warmed often have lower pressure because the warm air rises and are called low pressure systems. Places where air pressure is high are called high pressure systems.
A low pressure system has lower pressure at its center than the areas around it. Winds blow towards the low pressure, and the air rises in the atmosphere where they meet. As the air rises, the water vapor within it condenses forming clouds and often precipitation too. Because of Earth's spin and the Coriolis Effect, winds of a low pressure system swirl counterclockwise north of the equator and clockwise south of the equator. This is called cyclonic flow. On weather maps a low pressure system is labeled with red L.
A high pressure system has higher pressure at its center than the areas around it. Wind blows away from high pressure. Winds of a high pressure system swirl in the opposite direction as a low pressure system - clockwise north of the equator and counterclockwise south of the equator. This is called anticyclonic flow. Air from higher in the atmosphere sinks down to fill the space left as air blew outward. On a weather map the location of a high pressure system is labeled with a blue H.

How do we know what the pressure is? How do we know how it changes over time? Today, electronic sensors are used to measure air pressure in weather stations. The sensors are able to make continuous measurements of pressure over time. In the past, barometers were used that measured how much air pushed on a fluid such as mercury. Historically, measurements of air pressure were described as "inches of mercury." Today, meteorologists use millibars (mb) to describe air pressure.


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Homework | Answered on Apr 27, 2018


dates, whole equivalent values amount, in grams (g) amount, in ounces (oz) 1/8 cup 30 g 1 oz 1/4 cup 55 g 2 oz 1/3 cup 75 g 2.6 oz 3/8 cup 85 g 3 oz 1/2 cup 115 g 4 oz 5/8 cup 140 g 5 oz 2/3 cup 150 g 5.3 oz 3/4 cup 170 g 6 oz 7/8 cup 195 g 6.9 oz 1 cup 225 g 7.9 oz 2 cups 450 g 15.9 oz 4 cups 900 g 31.7 oz


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Homework | Answered on Apr 27, 2018


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Homework | Answered on Apr 27, 2018


1% of 7.5 is .075 and the sq root of .075 is .27
just add the right amount of zeros after that and you have the answer

Homework | Answered on Apr 26, 2018


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Homework | Answered on Apr 24, 2018


01 1 is the smallest whole number

Homework | Answered on Apr 24, 2018


I set it up in a ratio to solve this.

500 113
----- = -----
x 13

I am assuming 13% tax.

Multiplying both sides by 13x:

(500)(13) = 113x

6500 = 113x

6500 = x
------
113

57.52 = x

Good luck,

Paul

Homework | Answered on Apr 22, 2018

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