I'm pretty sure something like this does exist but I haven't been able to find it: I'm looking for some sort of coffee mug or travel cup-like container that can heat water with power from a wall outlet. My goal here is to find something that will allow me make tea in my dorm room without using a hot plate or stove (the school considers them a fire hazard). Is anyone aware of such a device? links would be helpful2 AnswersOther - Electronics1 decade ago
Having some trouble understanding how to find the volume of this solid:
Whose base is the region bounded between the curves y=x and y=x^2, and whose cross sections perpendicular to the x-axis are squares
an explanation of how to set up the integral is really all i need
I'd prefer that someone who has actually sucessfully submitted a common app essay in their academic career answer this question, though I suppose if you really think you know what you're doing you could give it a shot.
I am wondering if the document needs to be in proper MLA format. Does my paper need a title and my name on top? Proper MLA format requires double spacing, 1" margins, a title, a name section, and page numbers. Should I include all of those, and if not which ones should I include? Or does it not matter?1 AnswerHigher Education (University +)1 decade ago
What about water's molecular behavior makes it the optimal substance for supporting life?1 AnswerBiology1 decade ago
I have a canon 28-200mm f/3.5-5.6 for my rebel xti and I was looking to buy the lens hood for it, which supplied by canon is the EW-78D. However, I would like to avoid paying the premium that canon charges (like 40 bucks) for this 3 ounce petal-shaped piece of plastic and buy a generic one instead. I haven't been able to find a reasonably priced generic version but have come across the EW-78B II which is designed to fit the canon 28-135mm IS. Now the question: Does the 78 in the model name signify that this hood is 78mm in diameter, and if so will it fit my 28-200? The 78B does appear to be slightly longer than the 78D and I am wondering if that is the only difference.2 AnswersCameras1 decade ago
Having trouble figuring out a few trig identity problems I was given to do, could use some help.
Given csc = -5/3, A in quadrant III, and cos B = -3/5, B in quadrant II evaluate the following:
1. cos (A+B)
2. cot 2A
Prove each identity:
1. tan(B/2) = cscB - cotB
2. [sin(2a) + sin(6a)] / [sin(10a) - sin(2a)] = cos(2a) / cos(6a)
Express 2sin((5pi)/(12)) sin(pi/3) as a sum2 AnswersMathematics1 decade ago
I am having real difficulty figuring out how to simplify these identities, i'll be impressed if anyone can do them.
1. [(sec y-tan y)(sec y+ tan y)]/ sec y
2. [(sec^2 y)(csc y)] / [sec^2 y + csc^2 y]
Also verfying these:
1. (xsina + ycosa)^2 + (xcosa - ysina)^2 = x^2 + y^2
2. [(tan x) / (1- cot x)] + [(cot x) / (1- tan x)] = 1 + (sec x) (csc x)1 AnswerHomework Help1 decade ago
For example, the equation of a circle is (x-h)^2 + (y-k)^2 = r^2
I understand that the variables h and k in this equation signify the center of the circle at point (h,k). However, I would like to know the historical significance of using the letters h and k over other variables. My math teacher did not know the answer and I was interested.
Often when I am on highways and other roads in the New York/ New Jersey area, I will see very large slightly angled rock faces with many holds that would be really cool to climb. Does anyone have any idea if it would be legal to climb these, as I would imagine that they are government property?10 AnswersClimbing1 decade ago
I am going snowboarding in Chile this summer and I speak a little bit of spanish. I was trying to find somewhere online that would have a list of common words that would be used skiing/snowboarding with a spanish translation. Words like mogul, snow, powder, fresh snow, terrain park, chair lift, run, trail, expert, novice, chute, etc. If not can anyone give me their own translation of anything they think would be useful.8 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
I have to write a 5 paragraph response to this question and I have no clue what to say:
"A dynamic character is one who changes over the course of a work, a static character is one who stays the same throughout. Choose a character from "The March" and argue whether they are a dynamic or static or some combination. Be sure to use examples regarding how they do or do not change."3 AnswersHistory1 decade ago
Support your answer. I'm interested because I can't decide for a paper I am writing.6 AnswersHistory1 decade ago
My friend who just got his license bumped into a guardrail in his car leaving a slight dent about the size of an orange no deeper than a 16th of an inch or so on the front section of the front passenger door. It was only on the door and did not cover the space between the door and the frame. My friend refuses to let me open the door because he believes that each time it is opened, the dent will gradually become bigger. I have never heard of this happening, but I could be wrong. Can that kind of thing actually happen and how much would it typically cost to have something like this repaired at a decent body shop without getting ripped off?3 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs1 decade ago
Is a 4gb memory card at 45x write speed fast enough for my Rebel XTi that shoots 3 fps at 10.1 megapixels? I just bought it without checking the speed (idiot) and am now wondering if I should return it and buy the step up which is about triple the speed for only a few more dollars. Is this lack of speed going to be noticeable when shooting at maximum capacity?3 AnswersCameras1 decade ago
I have been looking for a good company that deals specifically with booking ski trips to South America, Chile/Valle Nevado specifically. Anyone have any good ones? I would probably go some time in August.3 AnswersChile1 decade ago
what do you think?5 AnswersOther - Society & Culture1 decade ago