Maths

Asked by Selima

What is the 6th term of a a 2a

Hi Selima, not quite sure the whole question is here or if Scoodle let's you put in powers.

Physics

Asked by Holly

A ball is thrown vertically into the air with an initial velocity of 19 m/s. What height will it travel upwards before it starts to reverse its direction?

Given parameters are: Initial velocity of the ball (u) =19m/s. The velocity of the ball at maximum height (v) = 0. g = 9.8m/s^2 Let us consider the maximum height as H. Consider the formula, 2gH = v^2– u^2 2 × (- 9.8) × H = 0 – (19)^2 – 19.6 H = – 361 H = 18.418 m. Therefore, The ball will travel a maximum height of 18.418m upwards before it starts to reverse its directi... more

Maths

Asked by Rachel

(7^8x7^3x7^4)/(7^9x7^5)

(7^8 × 7^3 × 7^4) / (7^9 × 7^5) From the law of indices => [7^(8+3+4) ] / [7^(9+5) ] => 7^15 / 7^14 => 7^ (15 - 14) => 7^1 So the answer is 7 I believe this helps

English

Asked by Laiba

How does priestley present mr birling as an important character

Physics

Asked by Holly

A ball is thrown vertically into the air with an initial velocity of 19 m/s. What height will it travel upwards before it starts to reverse its direction?

Given parameters are: Initial velocity of the ball (u) =19m/s. The velocity of the ball at maximum height (v) = 0. g = 9.8m/s^2 Let us consider the maximum height as H. Consider the formula, 2gH = v^2– u^2 2 × (- 9.8) × H = 0 – (19)^2 – 19.6 H = – 361 H = 18.418 m. Therefore, The ball will travel a maximum height of 18.418m upwards before it starts to reverse its direction. Feel free t... more

11+ Entrance Exams

Asked by Telandi

How did dickens present Scrooge’s fears

This is as big question and Dickens did this in multiple ways. First of all, let's discuss the ghosts. His dead partner, his past, his present and his future all show what he fears to his core. The Ghost of Christmas Future would be an obvious one here, showing him in no uncertain terms what his life would be and how insignificant his death would end up being. If we take this as metaphor, it shows... more