• What's up? Bro, chemistry?

    The fig. given shows that the conversion of 1-chloropropane into propanol. a. What is the IUPAC name of X and Y? b. Give the balanced chemical equation for step I, II and III.
    The fig. given shows that the conversion of 1-chloropropane into propanol. a. What is the IUPAC name of X and Y? b. Give the balanced chemical equation for step I, II and III.
    Chemistry · 3 hours ago
  • MATH QUESTION !!!?

    If the normal at P, the point on y²=4ax with parameter t=2, meets the parabola again at Q, prove that PQ substends a right angle at the focus.
    If the normal at P, the point on y²=4ax with parameter t=2, meets the parabola again at Q, prove that PQ substends a right angle at the focus.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 5 days ago
  • Yahoo answer here I got a math question?

    If the normal at P, the point on y²=4ax with parabola again at Q, prove that PQ subtends a right angle at the focus.
    If the normal at P, the point on y²=4ax with parabola again at Q, prove that PQ subtends a right angle at the focus.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 week ago
  • I wanna know how to find latus rectum of a parabola?

    Tangent PT, PT' are drawn from the point P(2,5) to the parabola y²=8x. Find the equation of the chord of contact TT'. Given answer: 4x-5y+8=0
    Tangent PT, PT' are drawn from the point P(2,5) to the parabola y²=8x. Find the equation of the chord of contact TT'. Given answer: 4x-5y+8=0
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 week ago
  • What's up? math?

    Find the angle between the tangents at the points with parameters m and -1/m on the parabola y²=4ax.? Model answer: 90°
    Find the angle between the tangents at the points with parameters m and -1/m on the parabola y²=4ax.? Model answer: 90°
    Mathematics · 1 week ago
  • What's up Math?

    Find the parametric coordinate of a point for varying values of t are parabolas. Find the focus and the directrix : y²=8(x-1) Ans provided for coordinatees is (1+2t^2, 4t)
    Find the parametric coordinate of a point for varying values of t are parabolas. Find the focus and the directrix : y²=8(x-1) Ans provided for coordinatees is (1+2t^2, 4t)
    1 answer · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
  • Anyone can solve this math question related to PARABOLA?

    A beam rests on two horizontal supports, 32m aparts and the maximum sig is 2m. If the beam is in the shape of a parabola find the position of the focus relative to the line of the supports. Answer provided: 30m above.
    A beam rests on two horizontal supports, 32m aparts and the maximum sig is 2m. If the beam is in the shape of a parabola find the position of the focus relative to the line of the supports. Answer provided: 30m above.
    2 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
  • Parabola math_questions?

    Find (i) vertex, (ii) focus, (iii) tangent at the vertex and (iv) the directrx of y²+4y+2x=0 And show that it's a parabola.
    Find (i) vertex, (ii) focus, (iii) tangent at the vertex and (iv) the directrx of y²+4y+2x=0 And show that it's a parabola.
    Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
  • What's up guys?Math?

    A beam rests on two horizontal supports, 32m aparts and the maximum sig is 2m. If the beam is in the shape of a parabola find the position of the focus relative to the line of the supports. Answer provided: 30m above.
    A beam rests on two horizontal supports, 32m aparts and the maximum sig is 2m. If the beam is in the shape of a parabola find the position of the focus relative to the line of the supports. Answer provided: 30m above.
    Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
  • Advance Mathematics?

    Show that the circles 4(x²+y)-12x-16y-11=0 and 4(x²+y²)-60x+48y+173=0 touch. Show also that the circle 36(x²+y²)-276x+513=0 cuts each of these circles orthogonally.
    Show that the circles 4(x²+y)-12x-16y-11=0 and 4(x²+y²)-60x+48y+173=0 touch. Show also that the circle 36(x²+y²)-276x+513=0 cuts each of these circles orthogonally.
    4 answers · Mathematics · 3 weeks ago
  • Math question?

    4(x²+y²)-12x-16y-11=0 ---> centre A(3/2,2) , R = 3 4(x²+y²)-60x+48y+173=0---> centre B(15/2,-6) , r =7 Distance AB = sqrt[(6)^2+(-8)^2]=10 = R+r ---> externally touching how about second 'show' ???idk how to do?
    4(x²+y²)-12x-16y-11=0 ---> centre A(3/2,2) , R = 3 4(x²+y²)-60x+48y+173=0---> centre B(15/2,-6) , r =7 Distance AB = sqrt[(6)^2+(-8)^2]=10 = R+r ---> externally touching how about second 'show' ???idk how to do?
    Mathematics · 3 weeks ago
  • Math circle?

    I think it seems like x²+y²+2gx+2fy+c'+λ(ax+by+c)=0 For what values of k is the radius of the circle: x²+y²+6x-6+k(x²+y²-8x+7)=0 equal to zero? What are the coordinates of the centres of these point circles? Modal Answer is given as shown: (25±√85)/18; {(46±4√85)/(43±√85) ,0}
    I think it seems like x²+y²+2gx+2fy+c'+λ(ax+by+c)=0 For what values of k is the radius of the circle: x²+y²+6x-6+k(x²+y²-8x+7)=0 equal to zero? What are the coordinates of the centres of these point circles? Modal Answer is given as shown: (25±√85)/18; {(46±4√85)/(43±√85) ,0}
    2 answers · Mathematics · 3 weeks ago
  • Find the acute angle between the 2 tangents which can be drawn from the point (-3,4) to the circle x²+y²=10.?

    given answer: 78°28‘
    given answer: 78°28‘
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 month ago