• ### Was the civil rights movement ever at risk of collapsing?

Everyone knows how much the civil rights movement accomplished a lot, but was there ever a point during it that the movement almost died out and progress was diminishing?
Everyone knows how much the civil rights movement accomplished a lot, but was there ever a point during it that the movement almost died out and progress was diminishing?
3 answers · History · 4 years ago
• ### What does y(x) equal if y' = 3y-27 ?

I know the answer involves something like Ce^(3t) but I have no idea how to get there
I know the answer involves something like Ce^(3t) but I have no idea how to get there
2 answers · Mathematics · 4 years ago
• ### What would you call one who consumes the info from a painting, like listeners consume the info from the radio, readers consume books, etc?

I am trying to find another word to describe those who interpret a painting as "viewers." It just doesn't sound right and has a connotation of TV viewers to it
I am trying to find another word to describe those who interpret a painting as "viewers." It just doesn't sound right and has a connotation of TV viewers to it
3 answers · Painting · 4 years ago
• ### In an Excel spreadsheet, what is a shortcut to make a cell equal to one cell plus all the others as opposed to, for example A1+A2+A3...+A50?

1 answer · Software · 4 years ago
• ### Can you light fireworks at an elevation over 10,000 feet?

2 answers · Physics · 4 years ago
• ### Is there a college basketball stat similar to RPI but less confusing?

I understand the components of RPI (25% win %, 25% opponent win %, 50% opponents' opponents win %), but I was wondering if there was any sort of stat that is just 50% win % and 50% opponents win %. It would make a lot more sense and would not be nearly as confusing and convoluted as the current RPI stat, so I was just wondering if it exists or... show more
I understand the components of RPI (25% win %, 25% opponent win %, 50% opponents' opponents win %), but I was wondering if there was any sort of stat that is just 50% win % and 50% opponents win %. It would make a lot more sense and would not be nearly as confusing and convoluted as the current RPI stat, so I was just wondering if it exists or if there's something similar.
1 answer · Basketball · 5 years ago
• ### Should I buy NFL Mobile?

I will be in Europe for the next two weeks starting Saturday, and I wanted to still listen or watch my favorite team. I saw that I could get the live audio coverage for a month for 9.99, which would do, but I do not know what app to get, if it even works etc. Looking for some input from users
I will be in Europe for the next two weeks starting Saturday, and I wanted to still listen or watch my favorite team. I saw that I could get the live audio coverage for a month for 9.99, which would do, but I do not know what app to get, if it even works etc. Looking for some input from users
1 answer · Football (American) · 5 years ago
• ### Why can water change state so easily even though it is a liquid most of the time?

Speaking in terms of properties of water
Speaking in terms of properties of water
1 answer · Earth Sciences & Geology · 5 years ago
• ### How does Scandinavian-type welfarism differ from communist-style socialism? How is this related to middle way?

In relation to communist Russia, I am curious to know
In relation to communist Russia, I am curious to know
2 answers · Economics · 5 years ago
• ### How can I watch NFL games online, live, for free?

I know there are a few sites out there that will let you do it, but I just forgot the name. Let me know
I know there are a few sites out there that will let you do it, but I just forgot the name. Let me know
1 answer · Football (American) · 5 years ago
• ### Why is a good economy important for maintaining a democracy?

Pretty self-explanatory. Just curious
Pretty self-explanatory. Just curious
2 answers · Government · 5 years ago
• ### How to convert a PDF to word doc?

I have a MacBook Pro with OS Lion (I don't know if that helps or not) but anyway I downloaded a PDF from the internet and I need to be able to type onto it. How do I convert the PDF to a word doc? I've tried to save it with a .docx extension, but that didn't work. Help would be much appreciated!!!
I have a MacBook Pro with OS Lion (I don't know if that helps or not) but anyway I downloaded a PDF from the internet and I need to be able to type onto it. How do I convert the PDF to a word doc? I've tried to save it with a .docx extension, but that didn't work. Help would be much appreciated!!!
3 answers · Software · 5 years ago
• ### Net Ionic Equation to Molecular Equation help?

If I have the reaction: (5C2O4)2- + (2MnO4)- + 16H+ ----> 10CO2 + (2Mn)2+ + 8H2O, how do I write the molecular equation? Info that may help: KMnO4, Na2C2O4 and H2SO4 were involved in the reaction
If I have the reaction: (5C2O4)2- + (2MnO4)- + 16H+ ----> 10CO2 + (2Mn)2+ + 8H2O, how do I write the molecular equation? Info that may help: KMnO4, Na2C2O4 and H2SO4 were involved in the reaction
2 answers · Chemistry · 6 years ago
• ### Stumped on an AP chem question?

At 20 degrees Celsius, you have a mixture of benzene (vapor pressure of pure benzene = 745 torr) and toluene (vapor pressure of pure toluene = 290 torr). If the mole fraction of benzene in the solution is .59, What is the mole fraction of benzene in the vapor phase in equilibrium with that solution? Explanation would be very helpful. Thanks!
At 20 degrees Celsius, you have a mixture of benzene (vapor pressure of pure benzene = 745 torr) and toluene (vapor pressure of pure toluene = 290 torr). If the mole fraction of benzene in the solution is .59, What is the mole fraction of benzene in the vapor phase in equilibrium with that solution? Explanation would be very helpful. Thanks!
1 answer · Chemistry · 6 years ago
• ### AP chemistry question?

Consider solid Cu which has a face-centered cubic (fcc) unit cell, which one of the following statements is incorrect? a) It will conduct electricity. b) There are two atoms per unit cell. c) The number of atoms surrounding each Cu atom is 12. d) The solid has a cubic closest-packed structure. e) The length of a face diagonal is four times the... show more
Consider solid Cu which has a face-centered cubic (fcc) unit cell, which one of the following statements is incorrect? a) It will conduct electricity. b) There are two atoms per unit cell. c) The number of atoms surrounding each Cu atom is 12. d) The solid has a cubic closest-packed structure. e) The length of a face diagonal is four times the Cu radius. An explanation would be VERY helpful!! Thanks!!!
1 answer · Chemistry · 6 years ago
• ### How do I include audio from a song into an iMovie project?

I am doing an iMovie project on the Civil War, and thought that including the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" would be fitting for a few shots, however I'm not sure how to get it in iMovie. Is there a way to extract audio from a youtube clip or do I need to buy the iTunes song? Please help
I am doing an iMovie project on the Civil War, and thought that including the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" would be fitting for a few shots, however I'm not sure how to get it in iMovie. Is there a way to extract audio from a youtube clip or do I need to buy the iTunes song? Please help
1 answer · Other - Computers · 6 years ago
• ### How do I prove the following trigonometric identity?

(tanA + tanB) / (1-tanAtanB) = (cotA + cotB) / (cotAcotB - 1). I need the steps, and visuals would be helpful as well. Thanks!!
(tanA + tanB) / (1-tanAtanB) = (cotA + cotB) / (cotAcotB - 1). I need the steps, and visuals would be helpful as well. Thanks!!
2 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
• ### In the q=mc(delta T), what is m? Also, What is enthalpy change?

When calculating heat released by using the equation q=mc(delta T), is m the mass of the calorimeter minus the substance, of mass of the substance put in? Is enthalpy change represented by q/moles? Let me know, because I keep getting a Delta H of 88200 (4410/.0500) for one trial
When calculating heat released by using the equation q=mc(delta T), is m the mass of the calorimeter minus the substance, of mass of the substance put in? Is enthalpy change represented by q/moles? Let me know, because I keep getting a Delta H of 88200 (4410/.0500) for one trial
1 answer · Chemistry · 6 years ago
• ### My Macbook Pro won't start up and it has a flashing question mark outlined against a folder showing up?

My macbook pro with OS lion has been acting strangely ever since I turned on the power button when it was dead last night. It's been incredibly slow and many times unresponsive, not to mention the battery draining very quickly. Help with any of these issues would be much appreciated
My macbook pro with OS lion has been acting strangely ever since I turned on the power button when it was dead last night. It's been incredibly slow and many times unresponsive, not to mention the battery draining very quickly. Help with any of these issues would be much appreciated
2 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 6 years ago
• ### Ever since I started my macbook pro up last night after it was dead, its been running incredibly slow?

Any ideas on what it could and how I could fix it? I have OS Lion as well
Any ideas on what it could and how I could fix it? I have OS Lion as well
1 answer · Other - Hardware · 6 years ago