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Rank #1 (22847 views). Category: Physics Problem text: Shear force and bending moments on a simply suported beam. Problem Attachment: Click here. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #2 (10319 views). Category: Calculus Problem text: The problem is mainly one of calculus with quadratic functions, logs and analysis. I would like solutions Problem Attachment: Click here. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution.
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Rank #3 (10268 views). Category: Algebra Problem text: If you have three lines with unequal slopes, how many possible intersections are there? Give examples Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution.
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Rank #4 (10131 views). Category: Statistics Problem text: Please make this readable for a layman. Data needed to complet this question are in the attached Excel sheets. Thanks. Problem Attachment: Click here. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #5 (9662 views). Category: Algebra II Problem text: Why do you factor a quadratic equation before you solve? Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #6 (9551 views). Category: Physics Problem text: A car rounds a banked curve where the radius of curvature on the road is R, the banking angle is A, and the coefficient of friction is F. (a) Determine the range of speeds the car can have without slipping up or down the road. [Answer:8.6m/s] (b) What is the range of speeds possible if R=100m, A=30, and F=10 (slippery conditions)? [Answer:17m/s]Explain step by step. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #7 (8316 views). Category: Algebra Problem text: Could I please see steps Problem Attachment: Click here. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #8 (7835 views). Category: Statistics Problem text: Schadek Silkscreen Printing, Inc. purchases plastic cups on which to print logos for sporting events, proms, birthdays, and other special occasions. Zack Schadek, the owner, received a large shipment this morning. To ensure the quality of the shipment, he selected a random sample of Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #9 (7761 views). Category: Strange, Advanced Stuff Problem text: Prove that the intersection of two subgroups is a subgroup. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #10 (7522 views). Category: Calculus Problem text: Calculate y' (y prime) Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #11 (7365 views). Category: Algebra II Problem text: 1. Which of the following are functions? Explain your reasoning for a, b, and c. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution.
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Rank #12 (7159 views). Category: Money Problems Problem text: Problem Attachment: Click here. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution.
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Rank #13 (6802 views). Category: Statistics Problem text: 1.two cards are drawn without replacement from a deck of 52 cards. What is the probability of drawing two queens? Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #14 (6675 views). Category: Statistics Problem text: See attached word doc. Problem Attachment: Click here. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #15 (6377 views). Category: Statistics Problem text: Forty-nine items are randomly selected from a population of 500 items. The sample mean is 40 Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #16 (6155 views). Category: Word Problem Problem text: When Kate worked 10hours overtime she earned $8 more than one third the amount she earns for 40 hours of work at her usual rate. If her overtime rate is $2.40 per hour more than her usual rate, find her overtime rate. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution.
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Rank #17 (5561 views). Category: Algebra II Problem text: Problem Attachment: Click here. Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
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Rank #19 (5051 views). Category: Calculus Problem text: I have a few questions! Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |
Rank #20 (5046 views). Category: Algebra II Problem text: What is the situation when two inequalities have no solution? Answer price: Free! Click here for the solution. Answer format: Microsoft Word document |