 # High school math questions and answers

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### $\frac{5{x}^{2}+1}{3{x}^{3}-1}=8$ Rohit Rawat 2022-05-23

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### why is 4/3 πr^3 a monomial Brenda Tay 2022-05-22

### Write an equation of a line that goes through the points (0,9) and (4,11) Shweta Goel 2022-05-22

### Carefully describe the level surfaces of h(x, y, z) = x ^2− y^2 − z^2 − 4x + 3.Your description must include the name and a general equation of thefamily of level surfaces. Gracie Tibbs 2022-05-22

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### calculating the correct sample size is a critical component of a study design. t/f. quizlet Aayush Acharya 2022-05-20

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### Explain FOUR (4) Second Partial Derivatives of the Partial Derivative of z with respect to x. kwisangqaquqw3 2022-05-20 Answered

### Meaning of acceleration due to gravityI found article in which it is said that it would be incorrect to say that g is not acceleration due to gravity but local gravitational field as there is no acceleration on a block placed on a table. Please can you explain this as I am in a school and I have read only that g is acceleration due to gravity and textbooks say this too. Osmarq5ltp 2022-05-20 Answered

### For the electrical resistance of a conductor, we have$R=\rho \frac{l}{A}$Noting the structural similarity between the Hagen-Poiseuille law and Ohm's law, we can define a similar quantity for laminar flow through a long cylindrical pipe:${R}_{V}=8\eta \frac{l}{A{r}^{2}}$So there's a structural difference of a factor of ${r}^{2}$ between the two. What's the intuition behind this? Adelyn Rodriguez 2022-05-20 Answered

### What is gamma in the damping equation?${x}^{″}+\gamma {x}^{\prime }+{w}_{0}^{2}x=0$That is the general equation for damped harmonic motion. What is the term or name that describes gamma ?Is it called the damping constant ? I know its the ration between the resistive coefficient (b) and mass of the system (m) but what do we actually call it ? kromo8hdcd 2022-05-20 Answered

### How much power is produced if a voltage of 12V is applied to a circuit with a resistance of $144\mathrm{\Omega }$ ? Sappeycuii 2022-05-20 Answered

### To determineThe isentropic relations of ideal gases applicable for flows across:(a) Normal shock waves(b) Oblique shock waves.(c) Prandtl-Meyer expansion waves. Carley Haley 2022-05-20 Answered

### Theoretical vs Experimental flow rate of fluid coming out of a water bottle with a hole in itSay there is a water bottle that is filled with 300 mL of water and has a circular hole with a radius of 2 mm. In this bottle, the water sits 7.8cm above the top of the hole (which has been drilled 1.5cm above the bottom of the bottle).According to Bernoulli's law the velocity $v$ of the water flowing out is equal to $\sqrt{2gh}$Using this, the flow rate can be calculated as This doesn't seem accurate considering that the experimental flow rate is equal to 8 mL/s (40 mL over 5 seconds). However I understand that it ignores viscosity (and other things?)I'm wondering a few things, firstly, does the theoretical math here apply to the situation I'm describing? The hole in the bottle isn't exactly a pipe and the only examples I've seen with water flow involve pipes.Secondly, can Poiseuille's Law be used to determine the flow rate instead, with a more accurate result? (From what I understand Q=πPR^4/8nl, however I don't understand what P is, seeing as in Bernoulli's law pressure cancels and as aforementioned this isn't a typical pipe example.)Thirdly, I assume the theoretical flow rate will still be different from the experimental flow rate, what factors cause this? Matthew Hubbard 2022-05-20 Answered

### Let's consider rotating charged ring. Theoretically mass of this ring has no limit as rotation speed increases. So what about magnetic moment of the ring? Is it limited by the value of speed of light? garcialdaria2zky1 2022-05-20 Answered

### If the magnitude of the magnetic induction is less than that in a vaccum within a solid, so, this material calleda) Ferrimagneticb) Ferromagneticc) Diamagneticd) Paramagnetic kromo8hdcd 2022-05-20 Answered

### Acceleration due to gravity during its journey up and downWhen we throw an object up into the air, ignoring air resistance, etc, we define acceleration to be -9.8 m/s^2. When it goes down after its journey up, like a parabola, do we define the acceleration as 9.8 m/S^2, OR still the same as -9.8m/s^2?I know that acceleration due to gravity is always constant, but would it be wrong to say it like the question i have above?

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