Thanks a Million is a 1935 musical film produced and released by 20th Century Fox and directed by Roy Del Ruth. It stars Dick Powell, Ann Dvorak and Fred Allen, and features Patsy Kelly, David Rubinoff and Paul Whiteman and his band with singer/pianist Ramona. The script by Nunnally Johnson was based on a story by producer Darryl F. Zanuck (writing as Melville Crossman) and contained uncredited additional dialogue by Fred Allen, James Gow, Edmund Gross and Harry Tugend.
Thanks a Million was nominated for the Academy Award for Sound (E. H. Hansen) in 1935. It was remade in 1946 as If I'm Lucky, with Perry Como and Phil Silvers in the Powell and Allen roles.
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Question is energy to haul 2000kg 4 metres up a 1 in 100 incline with 300 Newtons friction
Answer is given as exactly 1.98 kJ.
The only figures I can see that relate to anything here are 2000kg minus 10 = 1980, and 1:100 is 0.01 which times...
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At what value of α is the curve y=asin2π/λ (x+α) in phase with z=asin2π/λ(x)?
My answer booklet says α=1−λx+nλ, but I keep getting α=nλ, where n=0,1,2...
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It requires 10 microliters of a Cu(NO_3)_2 solution to produce a spot of 1cm in diameter. If the Cu(NO_3)_2 solution contains about 6g Cu^2+ per liter, then how many micrograms of Cu^2+ ions are there in one spot?
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simple dimensional analysis problem:
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Hi I'm Robbie, a uni student studying physics and mathematics. I hate experiments and I like theory. Also, I'm not passionate about physics, yet. I really enjoy investigating math maybe because it has a much lower barrier for discovery (and breadth) in comparison to physics. Anyways, I hope I...
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Use thevenin method to find the intensity between A and B
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Will hope to understand and be able to complete these two exams. Starting with the first one below. (Do you guys know of a better exam to test and know...
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The box's measurements are 277*120*195mm.
The lamp's power is 15W.
Trying to figure out how long it will take to heat the box so that it reaches a given temperature.
According to Wikipedia ρair=1,2kg/m3 and cp air=1004J*K-1*kg-1
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ΔU=m*cp*ΔTemperature
E=p*Δt...
John lives in Dallas and his kitchen has a room temperature of about 70 degrees fahrenheit. He wanted to make her family some cookies for dessert, so he preheated her oven to 350 degrees fahrenheit. In 1 minute, the oven was 135 degrees fahrenheit. In 2 minutes, the oven was about 200 degrees...
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A cylinder of mass m and radius R is set on a plane, with large enough friction coefficient to ensure at any moment rolling without slipping. A constant torque is applied along the axis passing through the center of mass (G) of the cylinder and perpendicular to the basis of...
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a small lump of ice at 0 degrees celsius falls to the Earth's surface. when the hailstone hist the surface, all of the kinetic energy of the hailsotne is transferred to thermal energy in the ice. calculate the minimum speed of the hailstone so that it just melts when it hits...
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Pregnant women are more susceptible to malaria, scientists were able to link this to a specific sugar in the placenta that seems to be relevant for its rapid growth. The same sugar molecule is found in most types of...
I transferred into my school's physics program with all my core curriculum done, so I only have to take physics and math courses to finish my degree at this point. The physics program at my school is pretty small so pretty much all courses are only offered in either the fall or spring, and there...
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If the optical path diff between two light waves is lambda/2 will they always interfere destructively? if this in true then wherever one wave undergoes aphase change of pi at one surface and the second wave does not then these two will always interfere destructively...
Could someone please explain this question to me I'll include what I thought the answer was and the actual SQA answers.
Please can you read my answer just to see what I'm doing wrong and what I don't understand
It's from the 2009 past paper AH physics
Thanks so much I really appreciate any...
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Is there a simple formula/equation for calculating the mass of a star simply by measuring it's redshift. I know there is a way to do it, but have been unable to find any clues on the web..
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Hi guys! I am having a problem in finding the inverse z transform of the given signal. Can anyone help me? I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
Here is basically what I did:
However, I don't know what to do next. What is the next thing to do? Thanks!
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\int_{0}^{a}\frac{x}{(x^2+z^2)^\frac{3}{2}}dx
Hi all, I'm stuck on this one. Sure there's an easier way to do it. Don't have my calc book currently. Thanks!
Hi, I've been trying a couple of proofs that my calc teacher gave me, but I'm not sure if I have the right approach or not.
1) Prove that the degree of the depressed polynomial is exactly one less than the degree of the original polynomial.
- For this proof, all I can come up is the face...
A fence is to be on posts 8 meters apart around a rectangular lot that measures 40 meters long and 16 meters wide. How many posts are needed, including the ones placed at each
corner, to fence the entire lot?
A firecracker with mass 100g is propelled vertically with a launch force of 1.2N applied over 5s, after which it explodes into two 50g fragments. One fragment goes horizontally at 15m/s and the other goes to the right at angle 53 degrees with the horizontal at speed 25 m/s. find the distance...
Hardest physics question/task. No naysayers please! :) Thanks
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I realize that this may be better suited to be posted on a magic/illusion type forum, but without implementing gimmicks and gadgets to perform this is more a task/question for physicists than...
1. Homework Statement
A train has a mass of 5.77E+6 kg and is moving at 99.4 km/hr. The engineer applies the brakes, which results in a net backward force of 1.11E+6 N on the train. The brakes are held on for 26.9 s.
What is the new speed of the train?
How far does it travel during this...
Hello everyone,
I know electronics pretty well. I'm pretty good with that, but my physics and chemistry understanding of what is going on is a little weak.
I'm trying to do a good Youtube video on Ohm's law and I want to have a solid foundation to my understanding. Not just V = IR, but...
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1)Wally whacko claims to have invented a heat engine that will revulutionalise the industry. It runs between a hot source at 300 C and a cold sink at 25 C . he claims that his engine is 92 % effieicnt.
What is the max efficiency of his engine ? in 2sf
(2)At a certain...
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A hockey player sends a .4kg puck at 80 m/s. A stationary golie cathces the puck. If the coefficient of friction of the golie on the ice is .05 and his mass is 90 kg how far does he slide on the ice before he comes to a stop.
I have found
normal force = mg
= 885.92N
and then friction =...