thats where i got my equation from. d = 1/2at1^2 therefore, t1 = sqrt(2d/g) and t2 = d/v(sound) t1+t2=t(total) therefore, (d/v)+sqrt(2d/g) = t(total) it's the rest of it i get messed up on, I've tried it severl times, and it appears you are hinting at this equation, a little insight?
i need help with this problem. I've tried for a while now and it is driving me crazy! I've tried about everything including using what little calculus i remember from last year! please help! the problem is: you are standing on a cliff and you drop a rock straight down, neglecting air resistance...
I am trying to be as general as posible. Assuming the two wires are the same, and there is no power lost at the source or at the reciever. Just a basic data stream that travels from point A to point B.
Again, Thank you for help.
Can anyone give me a good general formula or expanation for the diference in attenuation in a data signal in a network over a 500 and a 5000 foot cable?
Help would be much appreciated. Thanx!
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This isn't what I thought it was. Anyone who has read Animal Farm , what does the writing on the side of the barn represent in relation to the former Soviet Union?
I am currently doing a project on the book Animal Farm, and I need to know, where can I find a coppy of the 1920's U.S.S.R. constitution. any help would be great. If this is the wrong place to post this could you tell me where I could move to?
Thanks, your help is appriciated.
I'm sorry, I didn't specify. I want to build a small, remote-controlled, low-speed, levitating machine. maybe these specifications will give me more results.
Thank you for any help.
I am looking into building a hovercraft, but i have virtually no idea where to begin. I could use a bit of help. Perhaps something that uses magnets...
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Does anyony know of a good, cheap (Perhaps Free :biggrin: ) book that will teach me the basics of quantum field theory. I am a very new beginner, so I will need something simple please.
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Can anyone tell me why, or why not,.\bar{9} is equal to one?
Also, if anyone cares, I can prove that \frac{0}{0} = any number.
If 0 times any number is equal to zero, then zero divided by zero is any number.
I appologise for waisting your time. It was glossary, and yes, I am a good speller. Thank you for catching my error. I do still need the inventor though.
Thank you!
If anyone out there can help me with coming up with some great math-related jokes or sayings, it would be very appriciated. There is a rather large project comming up, and I haven't started yet, but I will also post the ones I find if you are willing to help. I have heard a lot of great ones...
Thank you for finding me this information, you were right, I can't spell. The chemical was chloroethyl. Your answer is again, greatly appriciated, and you will be given full credit for the discovery.
Can anyone tell me what the chemical formula for Chlorothyl is. I would appreciate any help, and I will give full credit to the person who answers in my bibliography.
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I have a great idea!
When I was in eighth grade I did a project on Newton's third law. If you take a two-by-four and cut it to 8 in. then stick some wheels on it, and make a slingshot at one of the skinny ends with two nails and a rubber band. Then you put a nail at the opposite end of the...
Can anyone explain to me, in as simple a way as possible, what the math functoin "gamma(x)" does. I am very curious, and would appreciate any help that can be given.