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  • Your thoughts on the nba?

    What do you think about the NBA? Do you like it?

    3 AnswersBasketball3 months ago
  • Guys only question?

    As you guys date many multiple women, and have inappropriate relationships with them. Why is it that when a complete stranger looks at your sister, mother, daughter, or even your aunt you get mad at them. Why can't your sister have a boyfriend for herself. Don't you think that's being a hypocrite where you can play emotions with other girls, but as soon as some guy does that with your sister or daughter you get mad at him? What do you guys have views on this. It's a real question. Would you allow your sister to be treated as you treat other women simple question.

    2 AnswersSingles & Dating3 months ago
  • Being Over Nice?

    Is it a good thing to be really nice to people? Because sometimes I'm super nice to people and never stand up for myself. I never want to hurt anyone verbally or mentally. Is this a good thing even if people step on me? I'm 20 years old by the way.

    1 AnswerPolls & Surveys3 months ago
  • Calculus 3?

    7. Integrate h(x, y) = 3x^2y i+(x^3+2y)j over the square with vertices (0,0),(1,0),(1,1),(0,1) traversed counterclockwise.

    Answer: 0

    Why is the answer 0? can you go step by step. Thank you!

    Mathematics3 months ago
  • How is medical school like?

    Hello I'm a junior in college majoring in Biomedical Engineering, my question is for medical students. How's medical school like? Do you enjoy it? Were you forced to do medicine by someone? What type of doctor do you want to become? What are the obstacles you overcame? Thank you for your time, stay safe!

    3 AnswersHigher Education (University +)3 months ago
  • Calculus 3 help?

    Problem #14. (Triple integral) 2xy dxdydz, where T is the solid in the first octant bounded by the coordinate planes and the hemisphere z =√(4 −x^2− y^2).

    The answer is 64/15. My question is what are the x, y, and z points? Why is that the answer how do you even find these points. Like I know how to solve the triple integral, but I don't know what points to put for x, y, and z. Thank you for your time!

    Mathematics3 months ago
  • Calculus 3 question, need help?

    (Triple integral) 2xy dxdydz, where T is the solid in the first octant bounded by the coordinate planes and the hemisphere z =√(4 −x^2− y^2). What are the x, y, and z points. The answer is 64/15. Why is that the answer how do you even find these points. I'm so lost, thank you for your time.

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    Mathematics3 months ago
  • Calculus 3 Question about Volume?

    19. Find the volume of the solid bounded by 1/2x+ 1/3y + 1/4z = 1 and the coordinate planes.

    Answer: 4

    Why is the volume 4? Can you please go step by step. Thank you!

    2 AnswersMathematics4 months ago
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    Organic Chem?

    For e. why do we label "1" when it's point up on the line structure, aren't we always supposed to start when the line structure is pointed down as it accounts for one carbon and start numbering from there? Thank you!

    Chemistry5 months ago
  • Calculus 3 Help Asap?

    15. Let a = (3, −1, 2), b = (4, −3, 0). The projection of a on b is λb, where λ (lambda) =

    (a) 3

    (b) 3/5

    (c) 1

    (d) 3/25

    (e) None of the above.

    16. With a and b as in #15, the component of a in the direction of b is:

    (a) 3

    (b) 3/5

    (c) 1

    (d) 3/25

    (e) None of the above

    Can you answer asap, I'm confused on it please go step by step. Thank you!

    Mathematics6 months ago
  • Calculus 3 Question need help asap?

    15. Let a = (3, −1, 2), b = (4, −3, 0). The projection of a on b is λb, where λ =:

    (a) 3

    (b) 3/5

    (c) 1

    (d) 3/25

    (e) None of the above.

    16. With a and g as in #15, the component of a in the direction of b is:

    (a) 3

    (b) 3/5

    (c) 1

    (d) 3/25

    (e) None of the above

    Can you answer asap, I'm confused on it please go step by step. Thank you!

    1 AnswerMathematics6 months ago
  • Chemistry 2 Help?

    1. The half-life of 222Rn is 3.80 days. If a sample contains 36.0 g of Rn-222, how many years will it take for the sample to be reduced to 1.00 mg of Rn-222?

    Answer: 0.1597

    2. A sample containing a radioactive isotope produces 2000 counts per minute in a Geiger counter. After 120 hours, the sample produces 250 counts per minute. What is the half-life of the isotope?

    Answer: 40 h

    Why are these the answers to the two questions. Can you please go step by step when solving it, I'm super confused. Thank you for your time.

    Chemistry8 months ago
  • Quitting My Job?

    Hello whoever is reading this, I just started my University and I want to quit my jobs because my classes are really hard. I talked to my boss about it like 3 weeks ago but he was disappointed because when he interviewed me I told him I would be able to work during when school starts. (By the way school started yesterday and I m in my 3rd year). I even thought I would be able to work until I attended my classes and saw the work load along with how much I have to study. My question is how should I quit this week because he wants me to work on Saturday and Sunday for 16 hours, but I want to concentrate on my studies and get the best grades possible. Any ideas on how to quit I want to text him I want to quit I don t want to do the 2 weeks notice because I would have to work for an additional 2 weeks before I can quit, any ideas on how I should say it? Like what should I say, thank you for reading this far. Habe a good day.

    6 AnswersOther - Careers & Employment11 months ago
  • Hello I'm transferring to my new university. Should I take Cal 2, Physics 1 & lab, Chem 2, and a English class.?

    Hello I'm transferring to my new univeristy. Should I take Cal 2 (4 credits), Physics 1 (3 credits) & Physics 1 lab (1 credit) Chem 2 (3 credits), and a English class (3 credits) all in total 14 credit hours in one semester while working 16 hours per week?

    Or should i take Cal 2 (4 credits), Physics 1 (3 credits) & Physics 1 lab (1 credit) and a English class (3 credits). In total 11 credits while working 16 hours per week.

    I'm confused if I can handle all that work and get amazing grades. Be honest about the workload. Thank you. Have a great day! By the way I'm a engineer major so I have to keep my grades up.

    3 AnswersHigher Education (University +)11 months ago