• Math prbm?

    Find the lengths of thr subnormal and subtangent to the curve y=2sin X, x=3cos X, at the point X=pi/6. #ans provided: subnm. =2 (sqrt3)/3 subtgt. = (sqrt3)/2
    Find the lengths of thr subnormal and subtangent to the curve y=2sin X, x=3cos X, at the point X=pi/6. #ans provided: subnm. =2 (sqrt3)/3 subtgt. = (sqrt3)/2
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Dy by dx of math?

    Find dy/dx of (i) y=x/[(1+x)(1-2x)] (ii) y=(1+sin x)/(1+ cos x) (iii) y=sin 3x/(1-x)^3
    Find dy/dx of (i) y=x/[(1+x)(1-2x)] (ii) y=(1+sin x)/(1+ cos x) (iii) y=sin 3x/(1-x)^3
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Easy math?

    Find the point of intersection of the curve xy=1, 2x^2-y=1, and determine the angles of which they cut each other. the given answer is (1,1),(-1,-1) angle of intn.=arc tan 3=71°30'
    Find the point of intersection of the curve xy=1, 2x^2-y=1, and determine the angles of which they cut each other. the given answer is (1,1),(-1,-1) angle of intn.=arc tan 3=71°30'
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • AP&GP math?

    1. If the first three terms of the expansion of (a+3x)^n are b+(21bx/2)+(189bx^2/4), find the value of a,b and n.
    1. If the first three terms of the expansion of (a+3x)^n are b+(21bx/2)+(189bx^2/4), find the value of a,b and n.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Chemistry (tq)?

    9&10
    9&10
    2 answers · Chemistry · 1 year ago
  • Oxygen →→→related chemistry?

    1. Calculate the volume of oxygen at STP which could be obtained from 75cm^3 of hydrogen peroxide solution which has a concentration of 68 g/dm^3. 2.1 Describe what you guy can observe when hydrogen peroxide solution is mixed with an acidified solution of potassium manganate (VII) solution. 2.2 Write balanced ionic equation of this reaction. ... show more
    1. Calculate the volume of oxygen at STP which could be obtained from 75cm^3 of hydrogen peroxide solution which has a concentration of 68 g/dm^3. 2.1 Describe what you guy can observe when hydrogen peroxide solution is mixed with an acidified solution of potassium manganate (VII) solution. 2.2 Write balanced ionic equation of this reaction. I could give u [HINT=H2SO4 + MnO4^-]♥♥♥ If u are an expert and manage to answer this both I'll give you guy 5 ★ Thanks in advance##
    1 answer · Chemistry · 1 year ago
  • Oxygen________chemistry problem?

    Ordinary air from the atmosphere contains about 21percent of oxygen whereas the proportion of oxygen in the mixture released by boiling river water is about 30percent.The best explanation of the increase in the percentage of oxygen is that___________
    Ordinary air from the atmosphere contains about 21percent of oxygen whereas the proportion of oxygen in the mixture released by boiling river water is about 30percent.The best explanation of the increase in the percentage of oxygen is that___________
    2 answers · Chemistry · 1 year ago
  • Oxygen________chemistry problem?

    Ordinary air from the atmosphere contains about 21percent of oxygen whereas the proportion of oxygen in the mixture released by boiling river water is about 30percent.The best explanation of the increase in the percentage of oxygen is that___________
    Ordinary air from the atmosphere contains about 21percent of oxygen whereas the proportion of oxygen in the mixture released by boiling river water is about 30percent.The best explanation of the increase in the percentage of oxygen is that___________
    3 answers · Chemistry · 1 year ago
  • If the roots of the equation 2x^2-x+6=0 are alpha and beta, find the eqn whose roots are?

    (i) 2alpha, 2beta (ii) 1/alpha, 1/beta (iii) alpha +2beta, beta+2alpha given answer are (i) x^2-x+12=0 (ii) 6x^2-x+2=0 (iii) 2x^2-3x+7=0
    (i) 2alpha, 2beta (ii) 1/alpha, 1/beta (iii) alpha +2beta, beta+2alpha given answer are (i) x^2-x+12=0 (ii) 6x^2-x+2=0 (iii) 2x^2-3x+7=0
    2 answers · Mathematics · 2 years ago
  • Chemistry?

    1. When one mole of oxide of metal M, M3O4, is reduced by excess hydrogen gas, what is the maximum mass that may be reduced? A. 16g B. 18g c. 48g D. 64g 2. MH2(g) + 2H2O(l)→M(OH)2(s) + 2H2(g) 0.42g of dry hydrogen gas was liberated at STP.Calculate the relative atomic mass of M. Answer given is 40.
    1. When one mole of oxide of metal M, M3O4, is reduced by excess hydrogen gas, what is the maximum mass that may be reduced? A. 16g B. 18g c. 48g D. 64g 2. MH2(g) + 2H2O(l)→M(OH)2(s) + 2H2(g) 0.42g of dry hydrogen gas was liberated at STP.Calculate the relative atomic mass of M. Answer given is 40.
    1 answer · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • If the roots of the equation 3x^2-5x+q=0 are equal, find q.?

    Answer given: q=25/12
    Answer given: q=25/12
    3 answers · Mathematics · 2 years ago
  • Chemistry?

    When one mole of oxide of metal M,M3O4, is reduced by excess hydrogen gas,what is the maximum mass that may be reduced? A. 16g B. 18g C. 48g D. 64g
    When one mole of oxide of metal M,M3O4, is reduced by excess hydrogen gas,what is the maximum mass that may be reduced? A. 16g B. 18g C. 48g D. 64g
    1 answer · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • Physics help within 1hr, be quick!!! (show your consequences)?

    A solid right circular cylinder of length 10cm and radius 2cm has its axis vertical, and its top end is 15cm below the surface of a fluid of relative density 1.3.Calculate the thrust on: (a) the upper; (b) the lower end of the cylinder due to the fluid. (c) Find your result deduce the loss of weight of the cylinder on immersion in the fluid. (a)... show more
    A solid right circular cylinder of length 10cm and radius 2cm has its axis vertical, and its top end is 15cm below the surface of a fluid of relative density 1.3.Calculate the thrust on: (a) the upper; (b) the lower end of the cylinder due to the fluid. (c) Find your result deduce the loss of weight of the cylinder on immersion in the fluid. (a) 2.45N (b) 4.08N (c) 1.63 N
    1 answer · Physics · 2 years ago
  • Chemistry Equation Question: pls show your consequences?

    The element X has a relative atomic mass of 35.5. X₂ reacts with a sodium salt of Y according to the equation: 2NaY + X₂ --› Y₂ + 2NaX If 14.2g of X₂ is used and 50.8g of Y₂ is formed, what is the relative atomic mass of Y?
    The element X has a relative atomic mass of 35.5. X₂ reacts with a sodium salt of Y according to the equation: 2NaY + X₂ --› Y₂ + 2NaX If 14.2g of X₂ is used and 50.8g of Y₂ is formed, what is the relative atomic mass of Y?
    2 answers · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • Chemical Equation Problem (Pls show your consequences)?

    Nitrogen dioxide reacts with water according to the following equation: 3NO₂ + H₂O »2HNO₃ +NO If 23g of nitrogen dioxide was reacted, calculate the mass of nitric acid produced.
    Nitrogen dioxide reacts with water according to the following equation: 3NO₂ + H₂O »2HNO₃ +NO If 23g of nitrogen dioxide was reacted, calculate the mass of nitric acid produced.
    1 answer · Chemistry · 2 years ago
  • PHYSICS (Pls show all your sequences Thank u)?

    1.What does a force do work? How the work it does is measured? 2.Define the watt and kilowatt. 3.Define potential energy and kinetic energy. 4.What is meant by density of a substance? 5.Define density and relative density.
    1.What does a force do work? How the work it does is measured? 2.Define the watt and kilowatt. 3.Define potential energy and kinetic energy. 4.What is meant by density of a substance? 5.Define density and relative density.
    1 answer · Physics · 2 years ago
  • Physics____ Work Energy Power?

    1.State the principle of the conservation of energy and illustrate it by discussing the energy which occurs when a pendulum bob is drawn to one side and allowed to oscillate. Why does the bob eventually come to rest and what has become of its energy? 1.1. Discuss about the energy change of a pendulum bob when it is allowed to oscillate. 1.2.Why... show more
    1.State the principle of the conservation of energy and illustrate it by discussing the energy which occurs when a pendulum bob is drawn to one side and allowed to oscillate. Why does the bob eventually come to rest and what has become of its energy? 1.1. Discuss about the energy change of a pendulum bob when it is allowed to oscillate. 1.2.Why does the bob eventually come to rest?
    1 answer · Physics · 2 years ago
  • Who can answer this question of Physics?

    A piece of anthracite has a volume of 15cm³ and a mass of 27g.What is its density: (a) in g/cm³ ? (b) in kg/m³ ? 2. Calculate the mass of air in a room of floor dimension 10m×12m and height 4m.(Density of air = 1.26kg/m³.)
    A piece of anthracite has a volume of 15cm³ and a mass of 27g.What is its density: (a) in g/cm³ ? (b) in kg/m³ ? 2. Calculate the mass of air in a room of floor dimension 10m×12m and height 4m.(Density of air = 1.26kg/m³.)
    1 answer · Physics · 2 years ago