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Three identical 6.0-kg cubes are placed on a horizontal frictionless surface in contact with one
Three identical 6.0-kg cubes are placed on a horizontal frictionless surface in contact with one
Three identical 6.0-kg cubes are placed on a horizontal frictionless surface in contact with one another. The cubes are lined up from left to right and a force is applied to the left side of the left cube causing all three cubes to accelerate to the right at 2.0 m/s2. What is the magnitude of the force exerted on the middle cube by the left cube in this case?

(1) 24 N (2)
Physics   cloveb   250   2   7 minutes ago
The movement of proteins and lipids from the ER to their appropriate locations within a cell is ...
The movement of proteins and lipids from the ER to their appropriate locations within a cell is ...
The movement of proteins and lipids from the ER to their appropriate locations within a cell is known as ________.
 
  Fill in the blank with correct word.
Cell Biology   bu2fusul   56   bolbol   8 minutes ago
Mastering Astronomy, Seasons 2: Why is summer hotter than winter?
Mastering Astronomy, Seasons 2: Why is summer hotter than winter?
Hey everyone, I was hoping someone could help me with this question.

Each of the following figures shows a person (not to scale) located on Earth at either 40°N or 40°S latitude. Rank the figures based on how much time the person spends in daylight during each 24-hour period, from most to least. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.
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Other   mpstorey   50559   236   brooklynmych   An hour ago
The sum of those two real numbers is...
The sum of those two real numbers is...


There are two real numbers x for which \(\sqrt[3]{x^2}+3\sqrt[3]{\left(1-x\right)^2}=4\sqrt[3]{x-x^2}\). The sum of those two real numbers is

(A) 0 (B) 1 (C) [math=inline]
Mathematics   jasss   19   15 hours ago
The Lochner case helped the conditions of working people. True False
The Lochner case helped the conditions of working people. True False
answer true or false
Culinary Arts   Anam Ashfaq   30   bio_man   18 hours ago
Here, in alphabetical order, are 20 foods and 6 cultures.
Here, in alphabetical order, are 20 foods and 6 cultures.
Here, in alphabetical order, are 20 foods and 6 cultures. On the line next to the number of the food, write the ONE letter of the culture with which it is associated.  A. Baby Boomer comfort food, B. Iranian, C. Thai / Vietnamese, D. Northern Italian, E.  Canadian, F. Slow / Sustainable

maple syrup


-
heritage turkeys


-
Culinary Arts   Anam Ashfaq   22   bio_man   18 hours ago
When an Aztec nobleman died, his cooks were killed and buried with him. (T/F)
When an Aztec nobleman died, his cooks were killed and buried with him. (T/F)
When an Aztec nobleman died, his cooks were killed and buried with him.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charley C   23   bio_man   20 hours ago
Honshu is the largest Japanese island.
Honshu is the largest Japanese island.
Honshu is the largest Japanese island.

▸ true

▸ false
Culinary Arts   stevengu246   36   2   Anthony Persaud   21 hours ago
Gene Interaction - Mastering Chemistry, Alleles?
Gene Interaction - Mastering Chemistry, Alleles?
Based on your analysis so far, you assign the following allele symbols to the three lines:
Wild type = A_ V_
Aberdeen White = a a
Kansas Yellow = aYaY
Victoria White = v v

Using these symbols, assign genotypes to the parents, F1, and F2 in the crosses shown below by dragging one pink label to each pink target and one blue label to each blue target.
12...78
Genetics and Developmental Biology   loljaneysaur   13157   99   Jessica Hart   22 hours ago
A solution has a density of 1.023 g/mL and a concentration of 0.0800 g/dL. What is the concentration
A solution has a density of 1.023 g/mL and a concentration of 0.0800 g/dL. What is the concentration
A solution has a density of 1.023 g/mL and a concentration of 0.0800 g/dL. What is the concentration in parts per million?
A) 700 ppm
B) 1408 ppm
C) 550 ppm
D) 818 ppm
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Chemistry   Whelan   1032   18   Liam Schalk   23 hours ago
What is meant by a "social clock, and give an example.
What is meant by a "social clock, and give an example.
What is meant by a "social clock, and give an example.
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   202   bolbol   One day ago
What is a critical period? What is a sensitive period? Give examples to illustrate your answers.
What is a critical period? What is a sensitive period? Give examples to illustrate your answers.
What is a critical period? What is a sensitive period? Give examples to illustrate your answers.
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   219   bolbol   One day ago
Two autos are initially 150 m apart (at t=0) and are heading toward each other. The autos maintain
Two autos are initially 150 m apart (at t=0) and are heading toward each other. The autos maintain
Two autos are initially 150 m apart (at t=0) and are heading toward each other. The autos maintain constant speed and one auto's speed is twice that of the other. The autos collide at t=3s. What is the speed of the faster auto (in m/s)?

(1) 33 (2) 38 (3) 42 (4) 82 (5) 96

PHY 2053 Exam
Physics   cloveb   174   bolbol   One day ago
A producer of inkjet printers is planning to add a new line of printers, and you have been asked to
A producer of inkjet printers is planning to add a new line of printers, and you have been asked to
A producer of inkjet printers is planning to add a new line of printers, and you have been asked to balance the process, given the following task times and precedence relationships. Assume that cycle time is to be the minimum possible.

 
Task   Length
(minutes)   Immediate
Predecessor
a   0.2   -
b   0.4   a
c   0.3   -
d   1.3   b, c
e   0.1   -
f   0.
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Management   ajmerz   1625   15   Zypher   One day ago
The localization of this enzyme is only factor that creates the difference between 2 daughter cells
The localization of this enzyme is only factor that creates the difference between 2 daughter cells
I have a assignment. It is illustrated like this,

There is a cell that has a localized intracellular enzyme. It divides into two distinct characteristic daughter cells. However, there is only one of the daughter cells gets the enzyme product so when the enzyme product is depleted from the mother or the daughter cell, it will be difficult to distinguish between the daughte
Cell Biology   anna_lee   63   6   duddy   One day ago
Real vanilla is a common and inexpensive flavoring. (T/F)
Real vanilla is a common and inexpensive flavoring. (T/F)
Real vanilla is a common and inexpensive flavoring.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   25   habiba   One day ago
Columbus arrived in the Americas in 1462. (T/F)
Columbus arrived in the Americas in 1462. (T/F)
Columbus arrived in the Americas in 1462.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   26   habiba   One day ago
There are more than 7,000 islands in the Caribbean. (T/F)
There are more than 7,000 islands in the Caribbean. (T/F)
There are more than 7,000 islands in the Caribbean.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   19   habiba   One day ago
Matchings……………………………………………………………
Matchings……………………………………………………………
Poulet rôti à la créole (a regional specialty)


​Papa seca (will need to be rehydrated)


​Pasteles (at Christmas)


​Empadinhas (might have a spicy shrimp mixture inside)


​Panettone (at celebrations and Christmas)




a.   Puerto Rico​

b.   Haiti

c.   Argentina

d.   Braz
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   15   habiba   One day ago
Match 20 foods with 4 cultures.
Match 20 foods with 4 cultures.
Here, in alphabetical order, are 20 foods and 4 cultures. On the line next to the number of the food, write the ONE letter of the culture with which it is associated.      A. Inca,   B. Maya,   C. Aztec,   D. Totonac

Chichi


Chile peppers


Chocolate


Cuy


Potatoes

Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   22   habiba   One day ago
The average immigrant man arriving at New York’s Ellis Island had $100. (T/F)
The average immigrant man arriving at New York’s Ellis Island had $100. (T/F)
The average immigrant man arriving at New York’s Ellis Island had $100.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   21   habiba   One day ago
Ritz had a breakdown when royalty decided to boycott the Savoy Hotel. (T/F)
Ritz had a breakdown when royalty decided to boycott the Savoy Hotel. (T/F)
Ritz had a breakdown when royalty decided to boycott the Savoy Hotel.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   24   habiba   One day ago
There was an explosion of new technology in American kitchens in the 1920s. (T/F)
There was an explosion of new technology in American kitchens in the 1920s. (T/F)
There was an explosion of new technology in American kitchens in the 1920s.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   22   habiba   One day ago
French cuts of beef and American cuts of beef have always been identical. (T/F)
French cuts of beef and American cuts of beef have always been identical. (T/F)
French cuts of beef and American cuts of beef have always been identical.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   23   habiba   One day ago
Food shortages were a major cause of the Russian Revolution. (T/F)
Food shortages were a major cause of the Russian Revolution. (T/F)
Food shortages were a major cause of the Russian Revolution.

True

False
Culinary Arts   Charlie Chu   25   habiba   One day ago
Squash blossoms make a dramatic presentation, but are not edible. (T/F)
Squash blossoms make a dramatic presentation, but are not edible. (T/F)
Squash blossoms make a dramatic presentation, but are not edible.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   21   habiba   One day ago
The home economics movement was started to teach women how to prepare food and… (T/F)
The home economics movement was started to teach women how to prepare food and… (T/F)
The home economics movement was started to teach women how to prepare food and manage their homes using the latest scientific knowledge.


True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   17   habiba   One day ago
The Jungle was about the evils of drinking alcohol. (T/F)
The Jungle was about the evils of drinking alcohol. (T/F)
The Jungle was about the evils of drinking alcohol.


True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   23   habiba   One day ago
Elaborately decorated Easter eggs are a tradition in the Russian Orthodox Church. (T/F)
Elaborately decorated Easter eggs are a tradition in the Russian Orthodox Church. (T/F)
Elaborately decorated Easter eggs are a tradition in the Russian Orthodox Church.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   18   habiba   One day ago
As a result of World War I, the center of world banking shifted to New York City. (T/F)
As a result of World War I, the center of world banking shifted to New York City. (T/F)
As a result of World War I, the center of world banking shifted to New York City.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   21   habiba   One day ago
After the Russian Revolution, one of the purposes of communal dining was to free women from… (T/F)
After the Russian Revolution, one of the purposes of communal dining was to free women from… (T/F)
After the Russian Revolution, one of the purposes of communal dining was to free women from their traditional roles and enable them to work in factories or on farms.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   25   habiba   One day ago
The kitchen brigade is a military style chain of command. (T/F)
The kitchen brigade is a military style chain of command. (T/F)
The kitchen brigade is a military style chain of command.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   24   habiba   One day ago
Many vitamins were discovered in the 1920s. (T/F)
Many vitamins were discovered in the 1920s. (T/F)
Many vitamins were discovered in the 1920s.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   20   habiba   One day ago
Mother’s Day came about because one woman wished to honor her mother. (T/F)
Mother’s Day came about because one woman wished to honor her mother. (T/F)
Mother’s Day came about because one woman wished to honor her mother.


True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   21   habiba   One day ago
Between 1870 and 1920, 26 million people migrated to the United States. (T/F)
Between 1870 and 1920, 26 million people migrated to the United States. (T/F)
Between 1870 and 1920, 26 million people migrated to the United States.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charles C   18   habiba   One day ago
In the 19th century, bakers had a longer life expectancy than other workers. (T/F)
In the 19th century, bakers had a longer life expectancy than other workers. (T/F)
In the 19th century, bakers had a longer life expectancy than other workers.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charley C   22   habiba   One day ago
Armenians were massacred in World War I. (T/F)
Armenians were massacred in World War I. (T/F)
Armenians were massacred in World War I.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charley C   24   habiba   One day ago
Food has not played an important part in prison riots. (T/F)
Food has not played an important part in prison riots. (T/F)
Food has not played an important part in prison riots.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charley C   18   habiba   One day ago
Many American immigrants were tempted to try the foods of other cultures. (T/F)
Many American immigrants were tempted to try the foods of other cultures. (T/F)
Many American immigrants were tempted to try the foods of other cultures.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charley C   24   habiba   One day ago
Progressive reformers thought that drinking alcohol caused a variety of social ills. (T/F)
Progressive reformers thought that drinking alcohol caused a variety of social ills. (T/F)
Progressive reformers thought that drinking alcohol caused a variety of social ills.

True

False
Culinary Arts   charley C   26   habiba   One day ago
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