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  1. Listen to Lord Finesse - Bad mutha ´90 by huube #np on #SoundCloud https://t.co/MYGCMeB3yD

  2. I posted a new photo to Facebook http://t.co/yTnXhe3kpw

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      I chuckled. That's a good one.

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      yeah, right!

  3. Hey Guys, Lately I have been trying to self teach myself Objective C and trying to dig up and collect resources. I have collected a bunch of books and some videos from Lynda.com. Hopefully you guys might know a lot about Objective C and help me out here. So, I was wandering a good reference to help me learn this.
  4. Point very much taken!!!
  5. I know there are as many Atheists here as Theists in this forum. Anyway I'm here to ask what's your favourite Atheism Book? mine - "The God Delusion" by Richard Dawkins and "A Manuel for Creating Atheists" by Peter Boghossian
  6. Hello Guys, I've been away for a while for some reason. It's good to be back. Anyway, Chikis I understand from your question that you just have to find the inner most angles and the remaining side of the triangle formed by point P,Q and R using the Trigonometric Laws( Cosine and Sine Laws as your wish). I hope you know them. Studiot explained you very briefly what bearing is. You just have to interpret the angles you find to bearings.
  7. You could also solve considering that the two quadratics have come root -1 since there is a hole at x= -1 and as given x-4 (because x= -4 is a vertical asymptote) is also the root of the quadratic which is denominator. Now we have 3 of 4 linear functions needed 2 for the denominator and 1 for the numinator with one left. We could find this using the two givens the intercept and the limit by assigning the expression aX + b..... then evaluate the what has been asked.. the function (aX + b)( X+1)/( X+1)(X-4)
  8. Why don't you try substituting m=n+d where d is some constant and solve the resulting equation.
  9. I think the case is solving the deferential equation: F(v)=MVdV/dx = CV^2
  10. Could you tell us how you do it so far so that we could know where to begin.
  11. Actually finding the domain of a function is pretty easy. You don't have to calculate the derivative of the functions just only smart moves. First logarithmic function only works for positive values except the domain is complex numbers. So this is more than enough for your question.
  12. Check this http://it.stlawu.edu/~jahncke/clj/cls/317/RLCResonance.pdf
  13. Could you make your question clear and spesific and please, don't ask us to tell you ask us to help you and also tell us what you know about it.
  14. I don't know how you do it but it is wrong. Use u= 1/x the substitute this and dx the do the integrations it is pretty easy.
  15. Why not begin now. Is it very complicated to do or.....
  16. Hi guys, To day I don't want to talk about issues or problems but about a mobile app for science forums. I'm not a programmer or some thing like creating apps but I think there are so many best guys to do this. So, Why aren't you guys create android or iOS app for science forums like physics forums. It would be cool for us to surf around.
  17. Sorry my bad I was expecting the formula of the triprotic acid
  18. John Cuthber are you challenging me. I was only pointing out my idea. you could agree or disagree on the point. So, what do you think?
  19. I don't think there is no enough info. If the acid reacts with the base completely then there moles must be equal. Which is .068*27.42== the mole of the acid ,then you can proceed.
  20. So it's about exam.... Could you show us a little work you have done.
  21. Herein the definition of transcendental number.... en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transcendental_number Now u know the definition... So, your formula doesn't proof whether it is transcendent or not.
  22. What is this have to do with the Homework section? Any way good work!!
  23. Have you read the question carefully, it ask you to find the volume? Let me give you a little push use V as the volume and do all the calculation. Show us a little work of yours so that we can help you!
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