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Computers And Technology
High School
what are two contraindications for self-myofascial techniques
Chemistry
High School
.The vapor pressure of water at 80 degrees Celsius is 0.468 atm. Calculate the vapor pressure in kPa. Round your answer to 3 significant digits.
Biology
High School
____ is the phenomenon in which expression of an allele depends on which parent transmitted it.O methylation O paternallyO Genomic imprintingO maternally O methylated
Business
High School
Which of the following statements concerning VA loans is true?a. A VA loan can only be issued to a veteran of foreign warb. A VA loan can be assumed by a nonveteranc. There is no fixed interest rate; the lender and veteran can negotiated. A borrower would need to pay the difference between the amount of the VA appraisal of the house and the purchase price
Mathematics
High School
The figure below shows roads near a pond. Each segment of the triangle represents a road or a path, except AB, which represents the distance across the pond.Based on the measures given in the figure, what is the length of AB ?
Mathematics
High School
Use the Alternating Series Test to determine whether the alternating series converges or diverges. (-1)k+1_k 2k + 3 k = 1 Identify an Evaluate the following limit. lim an Since lim a ? O and a ? for a
Chemistry
College
Please help me ASAP!!50 points!!1. An excess of sodium hydroxide was added to 30 ml of water. As a result, 200 ml of ammonia was released. Calculate the concentration of ammonium ions in water (mg/I)2. An excess of sodium carbonate was added to a 20 ml sample of drinking water.As a result, 20 mg of barium carbonate precipitate was formed. Determine the mass of barium (mg) in 1 ml of drinking water.
Mathematics
High School
Calculate the arc length of y = 32 13x over the interval [1, 3). (Use symbolic notation and fractions where needed.) Arc length =
Engineering
College
which type of reversible hydrocolloid material is the most viscous
Mathematics
College
calculation of average speed of a car travelling at 200 km in 2 hours 30 minutes
Business
High School
While service demand can be forecasted, no forecast is 100 percent perfect. Manufacturers can buffer this forecast uncertainty with some finished goods inventory. The simultaneous production and consumption in services precludes this tactic. The capacity must be available when the demand arises. Think about the number of available tables needed in a restaurant for peak dining hours.
Social Studies
High School
Explain developmental research design in developmental psychology
Mathematics
High School
52% of students entering four-year colleges receive a degree within six years. is this percent higher for students who play intramural sports? ? select an answer ? select an answer
Computers And Technology
High School
transurethral cystoscopy with fragmentation of bladder calculus
Mathematics
High School
Find an equation of the set of all points equidistant from the points A(-2, 5, 3) and B(5, 1, -1). Describe the set. a line perpendicular to AB a sphere with diameter AB a plane perpendicular to AB a
Physics
High School
Write an equation relating the magnetic flux through the small coil, when it is stationary and at some angle to the magnetic field, to the strength of the magnetic field.Write an equation for the magnetic field produced by the current in the Helmholtz coils, assuming the current through the Helmholtz coils varies with time as a sine function.Write an expression for the change in magnetic flux through the small coil. Combine the expressions you have written to write an expression for the time varying potential difference across the ends of the small coil at some angle to the magnetic field.
Business
High School
which of the following ethical theories would not be considered a strict deontological theory?
Physics
High School
calculate the power (energy per unit time) transported down the cables of ex. 7.13 and prob. 7.62, assuming the two conductors are held at potential difference v, and carry current i (down one and back up the other)
Business
High School
determine the fixed cost components using the high-low method. total fixed costs $enter the fixed cost components using the high-low method
Biology
High School
Prairie dogs are small mammals that live in large colonies in underground burrows. Prairie dogs that are near their own kin are more likely to make a warning bark when predators are near than when they are near unrelated colony members. Prairie dogs that hear the warning are more likely to hide in their burrows than those who do not hear the warning. However, the animal giving the warning bark is more likely to be spotted and killed by the predator. Which of the following represents the evolutionary explanation for this behavior? a. The barking prairie dog chooses to warn others so that more prairie dogs can live above ground b. The warning bark changes the behavior of related prairie dogs nearby allowing the prairie dog's family to have a better chance of survival and reproduction. c. The barking prairie dog does not want to give an advantage to its closer relatives d. An individual who does not bark will ensure its own survival
Mathematics
High School
explain each step and very very detail outline of why you did eachstep and show processExplain how to use the measures of a right triangle to calculate the exact value of sin 30. How can this information be used to determine the exact value of sin 60?
English
High School
A Buddhist Pagoda a)Is built to commemorate the death of saints b)All of the above c)Shares the same function as a stupa d)Is structured so that it symbolizes the attainment of nirvana
Physics
High School
during experiment 2, the subject lifts a ball with a mass m a vertical distance d1 and then lowers the ball a greater vertical distance d2. what is the net work done by gravity on the ball?
Mathematics
High School
Alessandra is conducting a hypothesis test and states that there will be a change for the general population and that the independent variable will have an effect on the dependent variable. This is an example of a. Independent-measures t-test b.Null hypothesis c. Alternative hypothesis d. Repeated-measures t-test
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