• What does the show Black Mirror say about our relationship to technology?

    What does the show Black Mirror say about our relationship to technology? Or maybe it's a warning? Keep in mind that the episodes are not all written by the same person; Is there a common thread. Why have people reacted so strongly to the series? What is the Psychology behind Black Mirror?
    What does the show Black Mirror say about our relationship to technology? Or maybe it's a warning? Keep in mind that the episodes are not all written by the same person; Is there a common thread. Why have people reacted so strongly to the series? What is the Psychology behind Black Mirror?
    1 answer · Other - Society & Culture · 9 months ago
  • Java help. trying to get my double variable to show up as .500 instead of .5?

    I'm and creating a program and it is supposed to show the double variables rounded to the thousandth position ex. 4.25 would show up as 4.250 or .75 would show up as .750. please help. I have tried a couple of different things but they haven't worked
    I'm and creating a program and it is supposed to show the double variables rounded to the thousandth position ex. 4.25 would show up as 4.250 or .75 would show up as .750. please help. I have tried a couple of different things but they haven't worked
    2 answers · Programming & Design · 9 months ago
  • Replace all or replace single of a specific character from a string using only 4 String methods provided and loops?

    I am creating a code where the user can: Replace All: when the user types “replace all” the program will prompt the user to enter the character to change and the new character. (I have this section done) Afterwards, it will replace all instances of the first character with the new character and prints the new string. Replace Single: when the... show more
    I am creating a code where the user can: Replace All: when the user types “replace all” the program will prompt the user to enter the character to change and the new character. (I have this section done) Afterwards, it will replace all instances of the first character with the new character and prints the new string. Replace Single: when the user types “replace single” the program will prompt the user to enter the character to change, the new character, and which instance it should replace. For example, if the user wanted the 3rd c in a sentence to be replaced. The user would enter the number 3 and it would only replace the 3rd c. The program will then carry out the replacement and print the modified string I am having difficulties though. I tried to get help from my T.A. but his handwriting is illegible, making it less than unhelpful. Please help if you can. I am using Java. The 4 string methods we can use are: charAt, length, equals (ignorecase), and substring. with the help of loops of course.
    1 answer · Programming & Design · 10 months ago
  • Remove all of a specific character from a string using only 4 String methods provided and loops?

    "If the user types “remove” with any capitalization, your program will prompt the user to input the character to remove. Then, it will remove all instances of that letter from the original sentence and print the new, modified sentence." The only String methods that you can use for this are: length, charAt, substring, and equals (or... show more
    "If the user types “remove” with any capitalization, your program will prompt the user to input the character to remove. Then, it will remove all instances of that letter from the original sentence and print the new, modified sentence." The only String methods that you can use for this are: length, charAt, substring, and equals (or equalsIgnoreCase). The string varies depending on the user input. the teaching aid tried to help but to be honest, his handwriting is illegible and is no help at all.
    Programming & Design · 10 months ago
  • Calculus. Derivatives?

    Find dy/dx for y=7x^2 Sin x +14x Cos x -14 Sin x Find the derivative of the function f(x) = (Sinx/1+Cos x)^2
    Find dy/dx for y=7x^2 Sin x +14x Cos x -14 Sin x Find the derivative of the function f(x) = (Sinx/1+Cos x)^2
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Derivatives. Calculus?

    y=3(cot x + csc x)(cot x - csc x) dy/dx = ???
    y=3(cot x + csc x)(cot x - csc x) dy/dx = ???
    3 answers · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Calculus help. Picture provided?

    Please help me by explaining how to solve these types of problems as well.
    Please help me by explaining how to solve these types of problems as well.
    2 answers · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Calculus help.?

    The marginal cost of printing a poster when x posters have been printed is dc/dx= 1/ 2squareroot of x dollars. Find c(196)-c(81), the cost of printing 82-196. The cost of printing 82-196 is _______ dollars. Question is also in picture
    The marginal cost of printing a poster when x posters have been printed is dc/dx= 1/ 2squareroot of x dollars. Find c(196)-c(81), the cost of printing 82-196. The cost of printing 82-196 is _______ dollars. Question is also in picture
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Need help with Calculus. Question is in the picture.?

    What is the area of the shaded region. Also how do I solve these types of questions?
    What is the area of the shaded region. Also how do I solve these types of questions?
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Calculus help?

    Please explain how to solve
    Please explain how to solve
    2 answers · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Math help. Calculus. Question is in the Picture?

    Please explain how to solve with steps so i can understand
    Please explain how to solve with steps so i can understand
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Calculus help please.?

    Use finite approximation to estimate the area under the graph of f(x)=9x^2 and above the graph of ​f(x)=0 from xv0=0 to xvn=2 using: ​i) a lower sum with two rectangles of equal width. ​ii) a lower sum with four rectangles of equal width. ​iii) an upper sum with two rectangles of equal width. ​iv) an upper sum with four rectangles of equal... show more
    Use finite approximation to estimate the area under the graph of f(x)=9x^2 and above the graph of ​f(x)=0 from xv0=0 to xvn=2 using: ​i) a lower sum with two rectangles of equal width. ​ii) a lower sum with four rectangles of equal width. ​iii) an upper sum with two rectangles of equal width. ​iv) an upper sum with four rectangles of equal width. The estimated area using a lower sum with two rectangles of equal width is _____ square units. The estimated area using a lower sum with four rectangles of equal width is _____ square units. The estimated area using an upper sum with two rectangles of equal width is ______ square units. The estimated area using an upper sum with four rectangles of equal width is ______ square units.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Calculus help (picture included)?

    Need help calculus question. Please explain the steps
    Need help calculus question. Please explain the steps
    2 answers · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Calculus question *picture*?

    I need help with this question. Please explain to me how to solve.
    I need help with this question. Please explain to me how to solve.
    3 answers · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Calculus Question. Please give steps?

    A small friction-less cart is attached to a wall by a spring. It is pulled 12 cm from its rest​ position, released at time t=​0, and allowed to roll back and forth for 5 seconds. Its position at time t is s=12cos(πt). a. What is the​ cart's maximum​ speed? When is the cart moving that​ fast? Where is it​ then? What is the magnitude of the... show more
    A small friction-less cart is attached to a wall by a spring. It is pulled 12 cm from its rest​ position, released at time t=​0, and allowed to roll back and forth for 5 seconds. Its position at time t is s=12cos(πt). a. What is the​ cart's maximum​ speed? When is the cart moving that​ fast? Where is it​ then? What is the magnitude of the acceleration​ then? b. Where is the cart when the magnitude of the acceleration is​ greatest? What is the​ cart's speed​ then?
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago