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    Estimating water volume(so lost)

    hey! thanks allot for the information but i tried that answer and it said its wrong :frown: oh well dont worry i'll keep on tryin because i'm at work here and i have other online problems to do also though
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    Estimating water volume(so lost)

    A violent rainstorm dumps 1.7 cm of rain on a city 6.0 km wide and 8.0 km long in a 3.0 hr period. How many metric tons (1 ton = 103 kg) of water fell on the city? [1 cm3 of water has a mass of 1 g = 10-3 kg.] any help would be greatly apreciated!
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    Calculate square roots

    I just tried that and it didn't work and i got this message "Only a number required. Computer reads units of "× (10^(-19))".
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    Calculate square roots

    i'm doing my online hw as we speak and they problem i'm on is this Use your calculator to find the square root of 6.70 × 10^-19 and i calculated that problem in my calculated and i got 6.7e^-19 and i typed it in my hw and its giving me an error and saying "This question expects a...
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    New here and new to physics

    o ok coo thnx man nah nah i know i cant completely on everyone here, ya but definetly if i have a question i will post all info i know if possible
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    New here and new to physics

    hey ranger thnx man i apreciate ur info n i will definetly check out ur links if i have physics problem n i post it here, are the ppl on this forum good at helping out n stuff? ya i'm only takin 2 classes this semester, pre-calc n physics
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    New here and new to physics

    hey there i'm new to this forum and i'm a college student and tommorow i will be taking my 1st ever physics class in my life, does anyone have any tip of advice, because honestly i have no clue what i'm getting into :confused: i'm a civil engineering major btw
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