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Gravity, what are the important aspects of it?



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> *Originally posted by **[TheAznSensation](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1870698):***
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> Gravity, what are the important aspects of it?
dont try to beat it



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> *Originally posted by **[Haruhion](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1870747):***
> > *Originally posted by **[TheAznSensation](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1870698):***
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> > Gravity, what are the important aspects of it?
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> dont try to beat it
anything elseeeeeeeee



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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitation](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitation)
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This thread was made for specific knowledge. If you can find it on wikipedia, don’t ask.



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> *Originally posted by **[commie\_commander](/forums/2/topics/84268?page=1#posts1870697):***
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> Help me! I know that is a= v/t, but how do I get it when it’s F= m\*a?
> I know I should divide by m to get F/m = ~~m~~ \*a/ ~~m~~ but I am lost after that, any help?



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> *Originally posted by **[Ryanwayne123](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1726206):***
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> Using an electron dot diagram, Covalently bond lithium and chlorine
wat



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> *Originally posted by **[ParalysisTerror](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1870776):***
> > *Originally posted by **[Ryanwayne123](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1726206):***
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> > Using an electron dot diagram, Covalently bond lithium and chlorine
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> wat
He want’s me to draw a simple diagram, but I am far too lazy to do so. Maybe later.
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> *Originally posted by **[commie\_commander](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1870775):***
> > *Originally posted by **[commie\_commander](/forums/2/topics/84268?page=1#posts1870697):***
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> > Help me! I know that is a= v/t, but how do I get it when it’s F= m\*a?
> > I know I should divide by m to get F/m = ~~m~~ \*a/ ~~m~~ but I am lost after that, any help?
(1)F=m\*a
(2)F=m\*v/t (Substitute for a)
(3)m\*a=m\*v/t (substitute for F)
(4)a=v/t (divide by m).
Another way
F (in N)= kg\*m/s2
M=kg
F/M=( ~~kg~~ \*m/s2)/ ~~kg~~ =a
v=m/s
t=s
so…
F/M=v/t=a



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You do _i_ aswell right ?
I’ll get back there soon if so.



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Who invented Chicken Nuggets?
![](http://beerandapplepie.files.wordpress.com/2009/07/nugget.jpg)
I like Chicken Nuggets!



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This is a serious thread. Shut up all you people that can’t divide 9 by 3.



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Topic: Earthquakes and Fault Plane Solutions
If I had a fault plane striking at about on a 78 degrees great circle with a dip of 60 going south and the horizontal slip of 238 degrees. The second nodal plane has a strike of 147, a dip of also 60 but a larger horizontal component of 348.
What would the type of movement be classified of? And would the azimuths be pointing just west of north and southeasteast?
If it helps, it seems that the Iapetan faults are not involved in the structural integrity of the geology.



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I like this thread. It helps me cheat…



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Here help me with my extra credit geometry assignment.
What is the length, in simplified form, of the hypotenuse of a right triangle whose legs are 33 and 44 units long?



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> *Originally posted by **[KingFresh](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1872185):***
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> Here help me with my extra credit geometry assignment.
> What is the length, in simplified form, of the hypotenuse of a right triangle whose legs are 33 and 44 units long?55 by Pythagorean triples (think of it as a triangle with sides: 3\*11, 4\*11, and 5\*11).
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> *Originally posted by **[Revenge\_of\_AZN](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1870945):***
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> Who invented Chicken Nuggets?The chicken nugget is a meat product that was invented in the 1950s by Robert C. Baker, a food science professor at Cornell University. Normally, I wouldn’t respond to a “wiki this for me” post, but this one is actually interesting.
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> *Originally posted by **[Criks](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1870854):***
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> You do _i_ aswell right ?
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> I’ll get back there soon if so.Do you mean i as in sqrt(1)? I need a context.
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> *Originally posted by **[Ryanwayne123](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1726206):***
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> Using an electron dot diagram, Covalently bond lithium and chlorineWell first I must say that lithium and chlorine are far too different in electronegativity to covalently bond (unless under extreme conditions not found in nature, but those are often ignored). But I’m going to show you how to do a Lewis dot structure (aka, electron dot structure) of a ionically bonded salt compound like LiCl. Has I said, I am far too lazy to actually draw the diagram for you but I will use a similar one for LiF (lithium fluoride) I found online. Because F and Cl contain the same number of valence electrons (the only thing you use to make a Lewis dot structure) they are interchangeable in this case.
First he state the normal dot diagrams for both elements:
![](http://www.ausetute.com.au/images/edotli.gif) would be lithium (1 valence electron)
![](http://www.ausetute.com.au/images/edotf.gif) would be fluorine (7 valence electrons)
Now lithium will lose it’s electron to stabilize and fluorine will gain it to also reach a stable state.
![](http://www.ausetute.com.au/images/edotliio.gif) ![](http://www.ausetute.com.au/images/edotfion.gif)
And there you have it, lithium fluoride.
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> *Originally posted by **[Vaetrus](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1871526):***
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> Topic: Earthquakes and Fault Plane Solutions
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> If I had a fault plane striking at about on a 78 degrees great circle with a dip of 60 going south and the horizontal slip of 238 degrees. The second nodal plane has a strike of 147, a dip of also 60 but a larger horizontal component of 348.
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> What would the type of movement be classified of? And would the azimuths be pointing just west of north and southeasteast?
> If it helps, it seems that the Iapetan faults are not involved in the structural integrity of the geology.You talking about beachball plots? Man, it’s been a long time since I’ve seen these.
I’m pretty sure you would get a strikeslip and that they are northwest of north and southeasteast, but don’t take my word for it. It’s been years since I’ve done this and I’m trying to do this in my head. I never liked focal mechanics.



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Can you do this for me?
![](http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f231/ignas110/waht.png)



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What is the square root of pi Divided by 1.34674832679867+34566 Multiplied by 1337 divided by 9001?



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> *Originally posted by **[Trustinfew](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1873399):***
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> What is the square root of pi Divided by 1.34674832679867+34566 Multiplied by 1337 divided by 9001?
Which meaning of pi are you taking? 22/7? 3,14? or 3,14andwhateveramountofnumberscomeafterthat?
**EDIT** : If using 3,14 = 5135.71661



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> *Originally posted by **[Madman0311](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1873401):***
> > *Originally posted by **[Trustinfew](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1873399):***
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> > What is the square root of pi Divided by 1.34674832679867+34566 Multiplied by 1337 divided by 9001?
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> Which meaning of pi are you taking? 22/7? 3,14? or 3,14andwhateveramountofnumberscomeafterthat?
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> **EDIT** : If using 3,14 = 5135.71661
Finally! I have got the final answer needed to discover how to divide by zero!



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> *Originally posted by **[Madman0311](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1873395):***
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> Can you do this for me?
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> ![](http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f231/ignas110/waht.png)
I can’t read the language that question is in and you are missing an E wich would be between C and D at the intersection
lengths
BD= 4cm
BE= 2.4cm
CE= 1.8cm
areas
ABC= 6cm2
BDE= 3.84cm2
BCE= 2.16cm2



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> *Originally posted by **[Madman0311](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1873395):***
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> Can you do this for me?
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> ![](http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f231/ignas110/waht.png)
Lucky for you that math is a universal language.
There are a number of ways to solve this, but I’ll use a simple method:
We know that triangle ABD is a right triangle, thus we can use Pythagorean theorem (c2=a2+b2) to solve for side BD (it’s 4, by Pythagorean triples).
We also know that triangle BDE is a right triangle, so use Pythagorean theorem again to solve for side BE and your done (I’ll leave that to you to make sure you understand what I did, post your answer if you want me to check).



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> *Originally posted by **[TerribleToaster](/forums/2/topics/73132?page=5#posts1873445):***
> Lucky for you that math is a universal language
God damn it…
I’ll be back…



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If you’re so obsessed with me (thank you, btw, for the flattery) that the idea of finding a question I can’t answer get’s you off, I think you might need to rearrange your priorities. But know that I’ll be here simply because I’m here to help, regardless of whether it’s with your homework or your ejaculation.



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I thought posting it in some weird language was making it pretty obvious.
