All corners were sliced off of a cube whose volume was 2000 cubic centimeters.

Triangular faces are not located where the cube's vertices were. Each triangle is equilateral with 5-centimeter sides. Determine the number of edges on the new solid.

10/02/19

19 increased by four times a number is 51

10/02/19

Trying to explain this to help my son

 Based on data about the growth of a variety of ornamental trees, the following logarithmic model about these trees was determined:                h(t) = 6.108 ln(t) + 6.099, where t = age of tree... more

Calculate redshift of a Galaxy using recession velocity and distance

A galaxy is receding away from us with a recession velocity of 100,000 km s^−1. What is the distance to this galaxy? (Don't input the distance, just calculate it.) What is the redshift z of this... more

10/01/19

physics problem

An antitank weapon fires a 3.00 kg rocket horizontally. The rocket acquires a speed of 50.0 m/s after traveling 90.0 cm down a launching tube. Assuming the rocket accelerates uniformly, what is the... more

10/01/19

basic physics help! :) thanks

The rate of change of atmospheric pressure P with respect to altitude h is proportional to P, provided that the temperature is constant. At a specific temperature the pressure is 101.3 kPa at sea... more

09/30/19

find the coordinates of the point 3/4 of the way from a to b

the coordinates of b is (-3,3) the coordinates of a is (-5,-4)

09/30/19

SCalcET8M 3.8.017 PHYSICS HELP

Suppose that a population of bacteria triples every hour and starts with 600 bacteria. Find an expression for the number n of bacteria after t hours.n(t) =Use it to estimate the rate of growth of... more

09/30/19

Need help with two questions for math.

Use this equation for the 2 problems.  h(t)= 32+30sin(pit/60 -pi/2)1. If the Ferris wheel stops after 8.5 minutes, how high from the ground would you be? 2. The Ferris wheel starts again from the... more

09/29/19

Two identical objects start at the same height above level ground. Simultaneously, object A is launched at an angle of 30° above horizontal and object B is launched at angle of 30° below horizontal.

Two identical objects start at the same height above level ground. Simultaneously, object A is launched at an angle of 30° above the horizontal and object B is launched at an angle of 30° below the... more

college trigonometry

let a be an acute angle in degrees. adding together a's complement, a's supplement and one of a's coterminal angles gives 2019 degrees. determine a.

09/29/19

Write an expression

multiply 3 by k, then subtract the quotient of 2 and 8 from the result

Determining the size of quarterly installments

The management of Gibraltar Brokerage Services anticipates a capital expenditure of $20,000 in 2 years for the purchase of new computers and has decided to set up a sinking fund to finance this... more

Simplify: 2(sin^6(a)+cos^6(a))-3(sin^4(a)+cos^4(a))-sin(2π-a)+1

PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS TRIG!!!! THANK YOU IF YOU DO!!!!

09/27/19

The sanders and the wood family each used their sprinklers last summer.

The water output rate for the sanders family’s sprinkler was 25L per hour. The water output rate for the Wood family’s sprinkler was 20L per hour. The families used their sprinklers for a combined... more

Find the present value of the ordinary annuity. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) Find the present value of the ordinary annuity. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)

Find the present value of the ordinary annuity. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $1100/semiannual period for 6 years at 4%/year compounded semiannually. Im hoping i can find an affordable... more

Find the amount (future value) of the ordinary annuity. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $250/month for 19 years at 6%/year compounded monthly

Find the amount (future value) of the ordinary annuity. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $250/month for 19 years at 6%/year compounded monthly= $______

Stokes' Theorem and Cylindrical Coordinates

For a function B=z i − 3x j + 2z k prove the Stokes’ theorem over the circle x2+y2=1 acting as a base of the upside-down paraboloid z = 1 − x2 − y2, z ≥ 0.Hint: convert this function... more

09/24/19

Given: △DMN, DM=10 3 m∠M=75°, m∠N=45° Find: Perimeter of △DMN

Given: △DMN, DM=10    m∠M=75°, m∠N=45°    Find: Perimeter of △DMN

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