• Lost password?

    I am locked out of a laptop that I have inherited from an ex work colleague. I don't know the password. How can I bypass this, get in and reset things? Many thanks to all
    I am locked out of a laptop that I have inherited from an ex work colleague. I don't know the password. How can I bypass this, get in and reset things? Many thanks to all
    5 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 1 year ago
  • Can you find another one?

    11 + 2 = 13 and 12 + 1 = 13....we all agree on. Using letters we have: ELEVEN PLUS TWO = TWELVE PLUS ONE Each arrangement is an anagram of the other!! Can you find another example of this? Regards.
    11 + 2 = 13 and 12 + 1 = 13....we all agree on. Using letters we have: ELEVEN PLUS TWO = TWELVE PLUS ONE Each arrangement is an anagram of the other!! Can you find another example of this? Regards.
    5 answers · Mathematics · 4 years ago
  • Please explain voltage?

    I have a simple circuit that comprises of a 9V cell powering a small bulb. Using a multimeter, the voltage across the terminals of the cell is 8.5V. The bulb is fairly well lit as it is rated at 12V/5W. When I measure across the bulb I get a reading of about 5.5V. Does this mean the voltage drop is 5.5V or (8.5 - 5.5V)?? i.e. Does the bulb... show more
    I have a simple circuit that comprises of a 9V cell powering a small bulb. Using a multimeter, the voltage across the terminals of the cell is 8.5V. The bulb is fairly well lit as it is rated at 12V/5W. When I measure across the bulb I get a reading of about 5.5V. Does this mean the voltage drop is 5.5V or (8.5 - 5.5V)?? i.e. Does the bulb use 5.5V or 3V?? Also, I thought that it would measure the full 8.5V as it is the only load in the circuit, so wouldn't it drop the whole voltage? If I measure the current, what value would I expect? Very confused on this topic. Many thanks and gratitude to all who answer.
    4 answers · Other - Electronics · 4 years ago
  • Please explain voltage?

    I have a simple circuit that comprises of a 9V cell powering a small bulb. Using a multimeter, the voltage across the terminals of the cell is 8.5V. The bulb is fairly well lit as it is rated at 12V/5W. When I measure across the bulb I get a reading of about 5.5V. Does this mean the voltage drop is 5.5V or (8.5 - 5.5V)?? i.e. Does the bulb... show more
    I have a simple circuit that comprises of a 9V cell powering a small bulb. Using a multimeter, the voltage across the terminals of the cell is 8.5V. The bulb is fairly well lit as it is rated at 12V/5W. When I measure across the bulb I get a reading of about 5.5V. Does this mean the voltage drop is 5.5V or (8.5 - 5.5V)?? i.e. Does the bulb use 5.5V or 3V?? Also, I thought that it would measure the full 8.5V as it is the only load in the circuit, so wouldn't it drop the whole voltage? If I measure the current, what value would I expect? Very confused on this topic. Many thanks and gratitude to all who answer.
    3 answers · Engineering · 4 years ago
  • Are manners important?

    Does anyone else feel frustrated and annoyed that so many questions on YA do not include a please or a thank you? I would say about 75% lack any sort of manners. Why are basic manners deemed to be unimportant and unnecessary trivia? Many thanks to all who read this and take the time to give a point of view.
    Does anyone else feel frustrated and annoyed that so many questions on YA do not include a please or a thank you? I would say about 75% lack any sort of manners. Why are basic manners deemed to be unimportant and unnecessary trivia? Many thanks to all who read this and take the time to give a point of view.
    6 answers · Etiquette · 4 years ago
  • Anyone else experiencing problems?

    Dear all....Yahoo Answers was down most of yesterday and now it's gone down again today. The message says, "We are experiencing some unexpected downtime and are working to fix the problem. We're sorry for any inconvenience." Does anyone know what the issue is? Thanks in advance.
    Dear all....Yahoo Answers was down most of yesterday and now it's gone down again today. The message says, "We are experiencing some unexpected downtime and are working to fix the problem. We're sorry for any inconvenience." Does anyone know what the issue is? Thanks in advance.
    4 answers · Yahoo Answers · 4 years ago
  • The velocity of the bungee jumper?

    A 68 kg bungee jumper stands on a platform 46m above the ground. He falls from rest and the bungee cord has natural length 9m (i.e. has no effect for the first 9m of the fall) When he is more than 9m away from the platform, spring constant is 66N/m. (a) What is his speed after falling 9m from the platform? (A: 13.3 m/s) (b) What is his... show more
    A 68 kg bungee jumper stands on a platform 46m above the ground. He falls from rest and the bungee cord has natural length 9m (i.e. has no effect for the first 9m of the fall) When he is more than 9m away from the platform, spring constant is 66N/m. (a) What is his speed after falling 9m from the platform? (A: 13.3 m/s) (b) What is his speed after falling 31m from the platform? (can you help with this, answer says 11.7m/s) Part b is driving me insane. I've used Newton's laws, Hooke's law and kinematics combined with differential equations....all to no avail. Can someone help put this to bed for me? Thanks to all who offer useful insights.
    1 answer · Physics · 4 years ago
  • Solving Trigonometric Equations?

    I have tried numerous methods to solve this and I've hit a wall with it. Solve : 2 cos (x + π/2 ) = sec(x + π/6) for x in the interval 0 ≤ x ≤ π. I've used double angles, products/sums...e.t.c. Can someone please point me in the right direction. Many thanks in advance for all genuine responses.
    I have tried numerous methods to solve this and I've hit a wall with it. Solve : 2 cos (x + π/2 ) = sec(x + π/6) for x in the interval 0 ≤ x ≤ π. I've used double angles, products/sums...e.t.c. Can someone please point me in the right direction. Many thanks in advance for all genuine responses.
    6 answers · Mathematics · 5 years ago
  • Why am I being deducted points?

    Hello all.... On my answers page it keeps flashing up "Alert- you are down 1 point" So, I answer a question worth 2 points...the alert then flashes up again and says, "you have earned 1 point!!" A moment later if flashes up again with, "Alert - you are down 1 point" Any ideas as to what all this is... show more
    Hello all.... On my answers page it keeps flashing up "Alert- you are down 1 point" So, I answer a question worth 2 points...the alert then flashes up again and says, "you have earned 1 point!!" A moment later if flashes up again with, "Alert - you are down 1 point" Any ideas as to what all this is about?? Thanks in advance to all who read and reply.
    5 answers · Yahoo Answers · 5 years ago
  • What to do about "Phishing" e-mails!!?

    I have just received this very suspect e-mail. Dear Value Customer, Your E-mail account has exceeded its limit and needs to be verified, if not verified within 24 hours, we shall suspend your account. Sign In To Yahoo! Thanks. Yahoo! Account Services ----------------------------------------... A link is included. How do I report this to Yahoo??
    I have just received this very suspect e-mail. Dear Value Customer, Your E-mail account has exceeded its limit and needs to be verified, if not verified within 24 hours, we shall suspend your account. Sign In To Yahoo! Thanks. Yahoo! Account Services ----------------------------------------... A link is included. How do I report this to Yahoo??
    4 answers · Abuse and Spam · 5 years ago
  • To all you contributors in Mathematics!?

    Merry Christmas and here's to a great 2013. Thanks to all for the wonderful contributions that makes this subject the best!! Wayne 'DeguMan'
    Merry Christmas and here's to a great 2013. Thanks to all for the wonderful contributions that makes this subject the best!! Wayne 'DeguMan'
    5 answers · Mathematics · 5 years ago
  • I'm having big problems with Norton 360.?

    I have a subscription with Norton 360. However, sometimes, possibly twice a week when I turn my laptop on I get the red shield saying, "Antivirus is switched off, your computer is at risk". All Norton seem to say is 'remove and re-install..which does work but it's a 20 minute affair. Here is a screen shot I what I am... show more
    I have a subscription with Norton 360. However, sometimes, possibly twice a week when I turn my laptop on I get the red shield saying, "Antivirus is switched off, your computer is at risk". All Norton seem to say is 'remove and re-install..which does work but it's a 20 minute affair. Here is a screen shot I what I am shown: http://img43.imageshack.us/img43/5816/no... I have been told that not only does Norton use huge memory space, it is also needlessly expensive for the service you get. Also, I am led to believe that there are some excellent others out there like, Microsoft Security Essentials and A.V.G. which are free and offer great basic protection. Please advise as I would be hugely appreciative. Many thanks.
    2 answers · Software · 5 years ago
  • What are the different probabilities of winning prizes in the Euro-millions lottery?

    What are the associated probabilities of getting the various different outcomes in the Euro-millions lottery draw? There are the numbers 1-50 in the main draw, where you pick any 5. Then, there are 11 ways to pick the first lucky star and 10 ways to pick the second star. So, our possibilities of winning a prize are: 1 number + 2 lucky... show more
    What are the associated probabilities of getting the various different outcomes in the Euro-millions lottery draw? There are the numbers 1-50 in the main draw, where you pick any 5. Then, there are 11 ways to pick the first lucky star and 10 ways to pick the second star. So, our possibilities of winning a prize are: 1 number + 2 lucky stars 2 numbers + 0 lucky stars 2 numbers + 1 lucky star 2 numbers + 2 lucky stars.....e.t.c..... .....down to 5 numbers + 2 stars? If you can help that would be great, and any use of the nCr notation would be most appreciated. 5* + 10 points for the best. Many thanks for your efforts!
    5 answers · Mathematics · 5 years ago
  • What is the magnitude?

    On the Richter Scale of earthquake measure, a 9 is ten times bigger than an 8. An earthquake is twice as big as an 8. What is it's Richter Scale value. Please...no silly answers like 16. Detailed answers with great a explanation will get 10 points!! Thankyou in advance.
    On the Richter Scale of earthquake measure, a 9 is ten times bigger than an 8. An earthquake is twice as big as an 8. What is it's Richter Scale value. Please...no silly answers like 16. Detailed answers with great a explanation will get 10 points!! Thankyou in advance.
    5 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • What is the maximum weight that a flexible cord can support?

    In a domestic situation what is the maximum load in kilograms?
    In a domestic situation what is the maximum load in kilograms?
    4 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 6 years ago
  • How do I retrieve deleted e-mails?

    I deleted an important e-mail by mistake from my 'deleted e-mails' folder!!! Can this be retrieved or not?? If it can please advise on how to go about this. Thankyou for your time and efforts.
    I deleted an important e-mail by mistake from my 'deleted e-mails' folder!!! Can this be retrieved or not?? If it can please advise on how to go about this. Thankyou for your time and efforts.
    3 answers · Other - Yahoo Mail · 6 years ago
  • How do I get sound when playing music on my laptop?

    When trying to play music on my laptop I get a message saying there is no sound card. When I go onto the laptop's control panel and open the sound devices section all the sound options are greyed out. Any help and advice is much appreciated!!
    When trying to play music on my laptop I get a message saying there is no sound card. When I go onto the laptop's control panel and open the sound devices section all the sound options are greyed out. Any help and advice is much appreciated!!
    1 answer · Laptops & Notebooks · 6 years ago
  • Kinematics question M1?

    A motorbike and car set off at the same time from traffic lights. The car accelerates at 1.5ms^-2 to a maximum speed of 30m/s and the bike accelerates at 2.5 ms^-2 to a maximum speed of 20 m/s. What is the greatest distance that the motorbike is in front of the car? Thanks for your help!!
    A motorbike and car set off at the same time from traffic lights. The car accelerates at 1.5ms^-2 to a maximum speed of 30m/s and the bike accelerates at 2.5 ms^-2 to a maximum speed of 20 m/s. What is the greatest distance that the motorbike is in front of the car? Thanks for your help!!
    1 answer · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • National Lottery Hot Picks-Probability?

    The 'hotpicks' ask you to choose either 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 numbers. If you choose 1, what is the probability of matching this number from the main 6? Similarly, if you pick 2, what is the probability of matching the two numbers from the main 6? Then the same if you were to pick 3 and so on. 10 points for the most informative answer. Thanks... show more
    The 'hotpicks' ask you to choose either 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 numbers. If you choose 1, what is the probability of matching this number from the main 6? Similarly, if you pick 2, what is the probability of matching the two numbers from the main 6? Then the same if you were to pick 3 and so on. 10 points for the most informative answer. Thanks in advance!!
    6 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
  • Help with the Lottery!!?

    The National Lottery involves choosing 6 numbers from 49. You win a prize if you match 3, 4, 5, 5+ bonus and all 6. What are the individual probabilities of these events happening? nCr notation and worded explanations would be most welcome.....the best answer getting a swift reward of 10 points + thumbs. Thanks in advance....Degu!!
    The National Lottery involves choosing 6 numbers from 49. You win a prize if you match 3, 4, 5, 5+ bonus and all 6. What are the individual probabilities of these events happening? nCr notation and worded explanations would be most welcome.....the best answer getting a swift reward of 10 points + thumbs. Thanks in advance....Degu!!
    3 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago