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GIVE ME ANSWERS FOR 12-16 PLEASE IM BEGGING
Sorry but doing your homework for you isn't going to help you.
Homework is designed to force you to remember what was talked about in class and to make you think. Getting it wrong is less important at this stage than making a good logical attempt and demonstrating by showing well laid out longhand working that you have tried to work things out.
You put the effort in and the teacher will be happy to go through it again.
I am fairly sure you will have Ohm's law in your notes as either the three little formulas or as the magic triangle.
All you need to remember from class is that fig 3-14 represents a SERIES CIRCUIT and whatever current flows through any part of the circuit flows around the entire circuit - if 4 amps flows through R2 then 4 amps will be flowing through both R1 and R3 and the same if the current is 9, 3 or 6 amps.
Go slow and put in the time and effort, think yourself into the zone and you will get results. Imagine you are an electrician doing a job.
7/14/2022 12:45:41 PM •
on Jul 14, 2022
Explanation of poem title "Stolen Rivers"
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4/29/2022 8:49:04 AM •
on Apr 29, 2022
How is the text is introduced?
In the first paragraph of your essay, introduce the literature you're writing about by providing the author's full name and the full title of the work. Book titles should be italicised or underlined. (Titles of tales, essays, and poetry are enclosed in quotation marks.) Depending on what it is, refer to the work as a novel, tale, essay, memoir, or poem.
Use the author's surname in subsequent references to him or her. If the title is lengthy and you will be referring to it frequently, you can use a condensed version. For example, "A Perfect Day For Banana Fish" might be shortened to "Banana Fish."
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4/25/2022 6:29:32 AM •
on Apr 25, 2022
Example of non-verbal communication used to accent a verbal message
While nonverbal correspondence supplements verbal correspondence, we additionally use it to highlight verbal correspondence by underscoring certain pieces of the verbal message. For example, you might be annoyed with a relative and state, "I'm furious with you." To complement this assertion nonverbally you may say, "I'm VERY irate with you," putting your accentuation on "very" to show the size of your indignation. In this model, it is your manner of speaking (paralanguage) that fills in as the nonverbal correspondence that complements the message. Guardians may advise their kids to "come here." If they highlight the spot before them significantly, they are complementing the "here" part of the verbal message.
6/22/2021 10:08:12 AM •
on Jun 22, 2021
How does values affect the organizational culture?
If the values are accepted and bought into by everyone in the organisation then people's behaviour will reflect those values. The aggregated behaviour then becomes the prevailing culture of the organisation.
A disconnect happens when an organisation publishes its values such as "we work as one team" and rogue elements in the organisation decide that they don't play by those rules. Very common I'm afraid.
6/21/2021 4:37:42 AM •
on Jun 21, 2021
2x-y=4 5x-y=13 solve each system graphically check your solution
I don't know if you want to solve by elimination or substitution, so I will choose the easiest;) If you want the other repost and I will do it another way.
2x - y = 4
5x - y = 13
Looking at the equations, the easiest way to solve is by elimination because the y's line up already.
Since the signs on the y's are the same we will subtract the second line from the first line.
2x - y = 4
-(5x -y = 13)
-3x = 0 = -9 (2x -5x =-3x, -y--y=0, 4-13=-9)
To get x by itself, divide both sides by -3
-3x = -9
x = 3 (negative divided by negative is positive)
To calculate y, put x=3 into either equation. I will put it in the first one.
2 (3) - y = 4
6 - y = 4
y+ 6 - y = 4 + y (I want y positive, so I add y to both sides)
6 = 4 + y
-4 + 6 = 4 + y -4 (I want y by itself, so I subtract 4 from both sides)
2 = y
So my POI (point of intersection) is (3,2)
Normally, a lot of people end there, but I always like to check my answers to prove that I didn't make any silly mistakes.
To do this, I do a left side right side comparison using the equation that I didn't use to solve for the second variable.
Left Side Right Side
5x - y 13
5(3) - 2 13
15 - 2 13
13 = 13
I just proved that I did it all correctly. It the left side didn't equal the right side, I would go back and find my error and recheck it with my left side right side check.
5/26/2019 1:22:17 AM •
on May 26, 2019
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9/30/2018 1:19:34 PM •
on Sep 30, 2018
How to solve franctions
- Make sure you're working with two fractions.
- Multiply numerator x numerator, then multiply denominator x denominator.
Converting Mixed Numbers into Improper Fractions:
- Make sure you're working with two fractions
- Flip the second fraction upside down.
- Change the division sign into a multiplication sign.
- Multiply top x top and bottom x bottom.
Method for Adding and Subtracting Fractions:
- Convert mixed numbers into improper fractions.
- Take the whole (non-fraction) number and multiply it by the denominator.
- Add that answer to the numerator.
- Put that amount over the original denominator and you will have an improper fraction.
- Find the lowest common denominator (bottom number). For both adding and subtracting fractions, you'll start with the same process.
- Multiply fractions to match the lowest common denominator.
- Add or subtract the two numerators (top number) but NOT the denominators.
9/29/2018 1:32:45 AM •
on Sep 29, 2018
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