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  • Answered Management technology

    Challenge encountered by large research university with teaching large number of second and first year lectures Introduction             Managing Technology and technology usage is essential in the current education systems globally. Technology can help them in supporting their learning ....        ...

  • Waiting for answer Katie Posh runs an upscale nail salon. The servic

    Katie Posh runs an upscale nail salon. The service process includes five activities that are conducted in the sequence described below. (The time required for each activity is shown in parentheses): Activity 1: Welcome a guest. (1 minute) Activity 2: Clip and file nails. (3 minutes) Activity 3: Pain...

  • Answered Marketing assignment.

    Marketing assignment.In 550 word answering the following,Analyze the appropriate pricing strategy for your product or service and the price you will set at launch. The product we are launching is called T-Mobile One. This is T-Mobile’s newest wireless plan that offer unlimited talk, text and data, w...

  • Answered Trigonometry

    In figure, BÂC=60 degrees and BD is perpendicular to AC. If AB=50cm and AC=40cm, find (A) BD (B) AD (C) DC (D) BĆA

  • Answered C code

    Write a program that inputs a number of integer values, computes the average and outputs that average along with all the values that are smaller than the average

  • Answered Project Proposal, Research paper and Application project

    Request to through the attached document.

  • Answered African tribes

    language barrier in the community. Question: 300 words or more. short essay 1.   What is your experience with the “Indian Mascot” debate?      What are some  of the most compelling arguments for   and against the use of Indian imagery as sport teams mascots? Has your perspective n the debate change...

  • Answered The Statute of Frauds

    Johnny needs to buy a lawn mower. His lawn is relatively modest, so he began looking for an affordable model. His friend, Mark, also needed a lawn mower. His yard was much larger, so he went to Johnny and said “Johnny, we both need a lawn mower. Why don’t we go shopping and get the lawn mower togeth...

  • Answered Lab 5- Conservation of energy

    Lab Objectives: Learn about conservation of energy with a skater dude! Build tracks, ramps and jumps for the skater. view the kinetic energy, potential energy and thermal energy (due to friction) as the scatter moves. Experience the differences in kinetic potential and thermal energies at different...

  • Answered Physics 1210: College Physics I Unit 9: Buoyancy and Fluid D...

    ACTIVITY 1: Finding the density of a fluid Reset everything in the Buoyancy simulation and make sure everything is unchecked under “Show Forces” and “Readouts”. Your simulation window should look like the one below. ACTIVITY 2: Explore how the pressure in a fluid changes with height. Start the “Flui...

  • Waiting for answer “What a great buy! I’ll take it. Please make

    “What a great buy! I’ll take it. Please make sure the iPod is securely wrapped. Let’s meet so I can give you the amount of purchase in cash.” [Signed Delilah] Candie replied to Delilah, “I’m sorry there is no iPod with the sweater. It was supposed to be iPod slot.” [Signed Candie]

  • Answered Physics 1210: College Physics I Unit 6: Conservation of Ener...

    ACTIVITY 1 Start the simulation and click Pause. Check the buttons for “Potential Energy Reference” and “Grid.” Click and drag the blue dot at the bottom of the track until it reaches the ground (reference line) as shown below. Click and drag to place the skater (mass 75 kg) on the track at the 6 m....

  • Answered BALLS FALLING OFF TABLE

    Ball #1 (mass m) rolls off a table of height h and ball #2 (mass 2 m) rolls off a table of height 3 h. The balls have the same initial speed and hit the floor at horizontal distances x1 and x2 from the base of the table, respectively. Which statement is true? a)x2 =9x1 b)x2=x1 c)x2=√ 3x1 d)x2 =3x1

  • Answered ELASTIC COLLISION OF CARS

    A bumper car with a mass of 225kg moves with a velocity of 2.8m/s towards a second 227kg car sitting at rest. After an elastic collision, the first car moves off in a direction at an angle 42degrees from its original direction. The second car moves off in a direction perpendicular to the first. Find...

  • Answered Compute the value in 34 years of a $1,000 deposit

    Compute the value in 34 years of a $1,000 deposit earning 10 percent per year.

  • Answered news ch 3

    Search for business news that relate to one of the chapter concepts. Concept discussed in chapter 3 is the Evaluating a Firm's Internal Capabilities.  A news article that discusses. (Choose 2 of the list below) Chapter 3 concepts - examples of resources and capabilities of a firm that allow them to...

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  • Waiting for answer Atoms worksheet 2

    Can an element have more than one value for its atomic number? Explain. The atomic mass of the atom is given in the upper left corner of the square. What determines the mass of the atom? The charge of an atom is given in the top right corner. What determines the charge of the atom? What is the diffe...

  • Answered Can an element have more than one value for its a

    Can an element have more than one value for its atomic number? Explain. The atomic mass of the atom is given in the upper left corner of the square. What determines the mass of the atom? Can an element have more than one value for its atomic mass? Explain. What is the difference between the terms “a...

  • Waiting for answer The Internet has turned teenagers into honest doc

    The Internet has turned teenagers into honest documentarians of their own lives—reporters embedded in their homes, their schools, their own heads. But this is also why it’s dangerous, why we can’t seem to recognize that it’s just a medium. We’re afraid. Our kids know things we don’t. –Amy Goldwasser

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