• Is lady suggesting sex?

    I'm in my mid 20's and the girl's 2 years younger than I am. We knew each other on Tinder a week back and have since exchanged number very causally and indirectly. We texted back and forth every single day and had a lot of dynamics. We had dinner today and I was cracking a lot of jokes on her. We chilled together (without alcohol)... show more
    I'm in my mid 20's and the girl's 2 years younger than I am. We knew each other on Tinder a week back and have since exchanged number very causally and indirectly. We texted back and forth every single day and had a lot of dynamics. We had dinner today and I was cracking a lot of jokes on her. We chilled together (without alcohol) somewhere and she asked "what are we doing later". Was she subtly hinting sex or is this some post-April fool's?
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 4 years ago
  • Is this girl suggesting sex?

    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 4 years ago
  • Partial fraction (z+1)/(z^(2)(z-1))?

    Detail steps please! Full points for good workings!
    Detail steps please! Full points for good workings!
    1 answer · Homework Help · 4 years ago
  • Unstretched spring length?

    When a 340g spring is stretched to a total length of 40cm, it supports transverse wave propagating at 4.5m/s. When it's stretched to 60cm, the waves propagate at 12m/s. a) Find the spring constant b) what is the original length of the unstretch spring length? Full points for clear workings and explanations
    When a 340g spring is stretched to a total length of 40cm, it supports transverse wave propagating at 4.5m/s. When it's stretched to 60cm, the waves propagate at 12m/s. a) Find the spring constant b) what is the original length of the unstretch spring length? Full points for clear workings and explanations
    1 answer · Physics · 5 years ago
  • Wien's law?

    In an experiment to study a black body radiator, the intensity of emitted radiation is measured as a function of the wavelength of the radiation. At a particular temperature T1 the wavelength of the highest intensity radiation is determined to be λ1. When the temperature is changed by ∆T the wavelength of the highest intensity radiation changes to... show more
    In an experiment to study a black body radiator, the intensity of emitted radiation is measured as a function of the wavelength of the radiation. At a particular temperature T1 the wavelength of the highest intensity radiation is determined to be λ1. When the temperature is changed by ∆T the wavelength of the highest intensity radiation changes to λ2, with λ2 = 0.9λ1. The relationship between T1 and ∆T is: A. not possible to determine because of the ultra-violet catastrophe. B. T1 = 9∆T Kelvin C. T1 = 10/9∆T Kelvin D. T1 = 0.111∆T Kelvin E. None of the above Some explanation would be good. I have tried Wien's law but it didn't work.
    2 answers · Physics · 5 years ago
  • Girl turns back to look at you on bus and was smiling at herself?

    It happened I board the bus and when I found a seat and sat a few seats behind this girl, she turned to look at me for 2 seconds. Then turn away and was smiling. What does it mean?
    It happened I board the bus and when I found a seat and sat a few seats behind this girl, she turned to look at me for 2 seconds. Then turn away and was smiling. What does it mean?
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • Battery connected to capacitor?

    Battery connected to capacitor why does capacitance halved when distance is doubled? Battery not connected to capacitor what happens when distance is doubled and WHY? I don't want to just know what happen to the charge or voltage but also why it happens. Full points
    Battery connected to capacitor why does capacitance halved when distance is doubled? Battery not connected to capacitor what happens when distance is doubled and WHY? I don't want to just know what happen to the charge or voltage but also why it happens. Full points
    1 answer · Physics · 5 years ago
  • If a girl turns to look at you on a bus?

    So suppose the bus is entirely empty as you board with only a girl. You sit right at the back of the bus and she turned twice to look at you? She might be from the same school as you. what then?
    So suppose the bus is entirely empty as you board with only a girl. You sit right at the back of the bus and she turned twice to look at you? She might be from the same school as you. what then?
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • Deriving energy from Newton's law.?

    I'm trying to bridge F =ma to m/2(dv2/dx). F =ma = m.(dv/dt) = m(dv/dx . dx/dt) = mv(dv/dx). Where do I take it from here?
    I'm trying to bridge F =ma to m/2(dv2/dx). F =ma = m.(dv/dt) = m(dv/dx . dx/dt) = mv(dv/dx). Where do I take it from here?
    1 answer · Physics · 5 years ago
  • Optimal bundle consumption?

    Pai lives alone on a deserted island. He can spend his time gathering coconuts or bananas. He has 16 hrs available each day and can gather 4 coconuts in an hour or 8 bananas in an hour. a) Given that pai's marginal utility of bananas is always 25 and his marginal utility of coconuts is always 100, what is his optimal consumption? Draw his... show more
    Pai lives alone on a deserted island. He can spend his time gathering coconuts or bananas. He has 16 hrs available each day and can gather 4 coconuts in an hour or 8 bananas in an hour. a) Given that pai's marginal utility of bananas is always 25 and his marginal utility of coconuts is always 100, what is his optimal consumption? Draw his budget constraint and identity his optimal bundle in a diagram. How do I determine the optimal bundle? I know that MRS must be = MRT for optimium consumption but how do I do so?
    3 answers · Economics · 5 years ago
  • Girl rejected me implicitly ( I assume she rejected me) but stares?

    fter buying a girl chocolates for colleague A, I could see she was totally awkward and from hear say, she's simply not interested. I assume from her awkwardness and from the hear say she isn't interested. Anyway, fine. I decided to compartmentalize my emotions and move on. I started allowing another colleague B to advance on me and took the... show more
    fter buying a girl chocolates for colleague A, I could see she was totally awkward and from hear say, she's simply not interested. I assume from her awkwardness and from the hear say she isn't interested. Anyway, fine. I decided to compartmentalize my emotions and move on. I started allowing another colleague B to advance on me and took the chance to build chemistry with colleague B. What I realized was that this colleague A started staring at me (and no, it doesn't look like a dreamy stare). A few times when colleague A was beside colleague B and I called out to colleague B, colleague A would turn back to stare at me. But I was calling to colleague B. Is she resentful or what? full points for proper answer.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • Girl rejected me implicitly ( I assume she rejected me) but stares?

    After buying a girl chocolates for colleague A, I could see she was totally awkward and from hear say, she's simply not interested. I assume from her awkwardness and from the hear say she isn't interested. Anyway, fine. I decided to compartmentalize my emotions and move on. I started allowing another colleague B to advance on me and took... show more
    After buying a girl chocolates for colleague A, I could see she was totally awkward and from hear say, she's simply not interested. I assume from her awkwardness and from the hear say she isn't interested. Anyway, fine. I decided to compartmentalize my emotions and move on. I started allowing another colleague B to advance on me and took the chance to build chemistry with colleague B. What I realized was that this colleague A started staring at me (and no, it doesn't look like a dreamy stare). A few times when colleague A was beside colleague B and I called out to colleague B, colleague A would turn back to stare at me. But I was calling to colleague B. Is she resentful or what? full points for proper answer.
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • Girl ( I assume she rejected me) but stares?

    After buying a girl chocolates for colleague A, I could see she was totally awkward and from hear say, she's simply not interested. Anyway, fine. I decided to compartmentalize my emotions and move on. I started allowing another colleague B to advance on me and took the chance to build chemistry with colleague B. What I realized was that this... show more
    After buying a girl chocolates for colleague A, I could see she was totally awkward and from hear say, she's simply not interested. Anyway, fine. I decided to compartmentalize my emotions and move on. I started allowing another colleague B to advance on me and took the chance to build chemistry with colleague B. What I realized was that this colleague A started staring at me (and no, it doesn't look like a dreamy stare). A few times when colleague A was beside colleague B and I called out to colleague B, colleague A would turn back to stare at me. But I was calling to colleague B. Is she resentment or what?
    1 answer · Singles & Dating · 5 years ago
  • Linear algebra?

    Let S be the subspace of all vectors in R4 that are orthogonal to each of the vectors (0, 4, 4, 2), (3, 4, -2, -4) What is an example of a matrix for which S is the nullspace? 3. The attempt at a solution I'm not sure how I should be intepreting the question: [ 0 ,4 ,4 ,2 ;3, 4, -2, -4] = [ x , y ,z , t] = [ 0 , 0 ] 0x + 4y + 4z + 2t = 0... show more
    Let S be the subspace of all vectors in R4 that are orthogonal to each of the vectors (0, 4, 4, 2), (3, 4, -2, -4) What is an example of a matrix for which S is the nullspace? 3. The attempt at a solution I'm not sure how I should be intepreting the question: [ 0 ,4 ,4 ,2 ;3, 4, -2, -4] = [ x , y ,z , t] = [ 0 , 0 ] 0x + 4y + 4z + 2t = 0 3x + 4y -2 z -4t = 0 from here I set up an augmented matrix and solve for the set of vectors x ,y ,z ,t? By definition if x, y, z, t results in each linear equation = 0, then, x ,y ,z ,t are vectors with properties of orthogonality?
    1 answer · Mathematics · 5 years ago
  • Lens and optics?

    A real image is four times as far from a lens as is the object. What is the object distance, measured in focal lengths? Please show working! Full points!
    A real image is four times as far from a lens as is the object. What is the object distance, measured in focal lengths? Please show working! Full points!
    1 answer · Physics · 5 years ago
  • Lens and optics?

    A lens with 50-cm focal length produces a real image the same size as the object. a)How far from the lens is the object? b)How far from the lens is the image? Please show working! Full points!
    A lens with 50-cm focal length produces a real image the same size as the object. a)How far from the lens is the object? b)How far from the lens is the image? Please show working! Full points!
    1 answer · Physics · 5 years ago
  • Dimension of subspace?

    U is set of vectors of the form (-3 b, b, 0, -2 a, -2 a - 2 b) What is the dimension of U? I understand I have to first find the basis, then count the number of vectors in the basis but it's hard to do so with such vectors above. Please explain!
    U is set of vectors of the form (-3 b, b, 0, -2 a, -2 a - 2 b) What is the dimension of U? I understand I have to first find the basis, then count the number of vectors in the basis but it's hard to do so with such vectors above. Please explain!
    1 answer · Mathematics · 5 years ago
  • Linear independence?

    In this question you are given that { u1, u2, u3, u4, u5, u6, u7, u8 } are linearly independent vectors in R14, and that w is a vector in R14 such that w ∉ span{ u1, u2, u3, u4, u5, u6, u7, u8 }. You are asked to determine whether certain sets of vectors in R14 are linearly dependent or independent. For each of the following statements, select True... show more
    In this question you are given that { u1, u2, u3, u4, u5, u6, u7, u8 } are linearly independent vectors in R14, and that w is a vector in R14 such that w ∉ span{ u1, u2, u3, u4, u5, u6, u7, u8 }. You are asked to determine whether certain sets of vectors in R14 are linearly dependent or independent. For each of the following statements, select True or False PLEASE EXPLAIN TOO! Full points! 1. The set { u2, u3, u4, u5, u7, -9 u4 - 4 w } is linearly independent 2. The set { u2, u3, 7 u2 - 8 u4, u4, u5, u7 } is linearly independent 3. The set { u1, u2, u3, u5, u7, u8, w } is linearly independent
    1 answer · Mathematics · 5 years ago
  • Subspace and subset?

    Show that a line in R2 is a subspace if and only if it passes through the origin (0,0) Reasoning and workings please! Full points!
    Show that a line in R2 is a subspace if and only if it passes through the origin (0,0) Reasoning and workings please! Full points!
    1 answer · Mathematics · 5 years ago
  • Subspace and subset?

    a)Which of these subsets contain the zero vector 0 = (0, 0, 0, 0) ? b)Which of these subsets are subspaces of R4 ? S = { (x1, x2, x3, x4) | x4 = -6 - 5 x1 } T = { (x1, x2, x3, x4) | x4 is an integer } U = { (x1, x2, x3, x4) | x1 + x4 ≤ -6 } Please show reasoning and workings! Full points!
    a)Which of these subsets contain the zero vector 0 = (0, 0, 0, 0) ? b)Which of these subsets are subspaces of R4 ? S = { (x1, x2, x3, x4) | x4 = -6 - 5 x1 } T = { (x1, x2, x3, x4) | x4 is an integer } U = { (x1, x2, x3, x4) | x1 + x4 ≤ -6 } Please show reasoning and workings! Full points!
    2 answers · Mathematics · 5 years ago