• Why does a parallax measurement become less accurate as the target object gets to be very distant?

    Does it have to do with the small baseline distance?
    Does it have to do with the small baseline distance?
    1 answer · Physics · 5 years ago
  • How to say this sentence in German?

    I'm confused on the sentence order. I want to say The German classes in high school are too easy for me. "Die Deutschklassen sind in der Oberstufe so einfach fuer mich." Is what I have written correct?
    I'm confused on the sentence order. I want to say The German classes in high school are too easy for me. "Die Deutschklassen sind in der Oberstufe so einfach fuer mich." Is what I have written correct?
    5 answers · Languages · 7 years ago
  • Do I still have to take a citizenship test?

    I've lived in the United States since I was seven-years-old. I've been going to school here since the first grade, and I've lived here for 12 years. Taking the test itself is not a problem; the problem is the fact that it's $700+ to apply and take the test. I would love to avoid this fee if it's possible. I heard from... show more
    I've lived in the United States since I was seven-years-old. I've been going to school here since the first grade, and I've lived here for 12 years. Taking the test itself is not a problem; the problem is the fact that it's $700+ to apply and take the test. I would love to avoid this fee if it's possible. I heard from someone that I might not have to take it since I'm (basically) a U.S. citizen.
    9 answers · Immigration · 7 years ago
  • Do Asian people find White people unattractive or weird-looking?

    (Especially native Asians)
    (Especially native Asians)
    8 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 7 years ago
  • Does anyone know what song is playing in this season on Dexter?

    It's season 5 episode 6-Everything is Illuminated About 16 minutes into the episode, Quinn and the cop are at the club trying to bust the Fuentes brothers, and in the background is music of a song. I think it's sung in Portuguese. I don't know what it's called unfortunately :(
    It's season 5 episode 6-Everything is Illuminated About 16 minutes into the episode, Quinn and the cop are at the club trying to bust the Fuentes brothers, and in the background is music of a song. I think it's sung in Portuguese. I don't know what it's called unfortunately :(
    2 answers · Drama · 7 years ago
  • The term "mass" refers to the same physical concept as?

    1. force 2. inertia 3. volume 4. acceleration I don't understand this question whatsoever. I want to say it's inertia, but I'm not sure.
    1. force 2. inertia 3. volume 4. acceleration I don't understand this question whatsoever. I want to say it's inertia, but I'm not sure.
    3 answers · Physics · 7 years ago
  • How do I say these sentences in German?

    "We have Katja here with us today." (as in, she's here like on a talk show) She is a professional and successful model. She loves to traveled, and she has traveled to many countries. In her free time she likes to dance and play with her dog Rufer.
    "We have Katja here with us today." (as in, she's here like on a talk show) She is a professional and successful model. She loves to traveled, and she has traveled to many countries. In her free time she likes to dance and play with her dog Rufer.
    2 answers · Languages · 7 years ago
  • Help with this chemistry problem please?

    Calculate the number of moles of solute present in the solution. 85.0 g of an aqueous solution that is 3.50% sucrose, C12H22O11, by mass. I rearrange my numbers all sorts of ways, and the problem doesn't work! I know mass % of component= mass of component in solution/total mass of solution (x100)
    Calculate the number of moles of solute present in the solution. 85.0 g of an aqueous solution that is 3.50% sucrose, C12H22O11, by mass. I rearrange my numbers all sorts of ways, and the problem doesn't work! I know mass % of component= mass of component in solution/total mass of solution (x100)
    1 answer · Chemistry · 7 years ago
  • Please help me figure out this chemistry problem?

    No matter how I change around my numbers, I can't get the right molarity. I know molarity is moles of solute/liters of solution, but I can't seem to get it right. Ascorbic acid, (vitamin C, C6H8O6) is a water-soluble vitamin. A solution containing 81.3 g of ascorbic acid, C6H8O6, dissolved in 210. g of water has a density of 1.22 g/mL at... show more
    No matter how I change around my numbers, I can't get the right molarity. I know molarity is moles of solute/liters of solution, but I can't seem to get it right. Ascorbic acid, (vitamin C, C6H8O6) is a water-soluble vitamin. A solution containing 81.3 g of ascorbic acid, C6H8O6, dissolved in 210. g of water has a density of 1.22 g/mL at 55°C. Calculate the molarity of ascorbic acid in this solution.
    1 answer · Chemistry · 7 years ago
  • What does this saying mean?

    a wise man once said a man with hole in pocket feel cocky all day What does it mean?
    a wise man once said a man with hole in pocket feel cocky all day What does it mean?
    1 answer · Quotations · 7 years ago
  • Can someone translate this German sentence for me?

    Ausserdem ist Mithilfe eine nette Geste, uber die sich wahrscheinlich jeder freut. I get the beginning of it, but the second half of the sentence is confusing me. Please no online translators. Fluent speakers please.
    Ausserdem ist Mithilfe eine nette Geste, uber die sich wahrscheinlich jeder freut. I get the beginning of it, but the second half of the sentence is confusing me. Please no online translators. Fluent speakers please.
    2 answers · Languages · 7 years ago
  • What does this German sentence mean in English?

    Wo wird der Stahl produziert?
    Wo wird der Stahl produziert?
    9 answers · Languages · 7 years ago
  • I'm having trouble fixing this sentence, helpp?

    I've been rearranging it, but I do not like the sound of it: "Apparently, if students permit their myriads of actions to be recorded at school, they will continue to allow people to intrude on their privacy."
    I've been rearranging it, but I do not like the sound of it: "Apparently, if students permit their myriads of actions to be recorded at school, they will continue to allow people to intrude on their privacy."
    3 answers · Words & Wordplay · 8 years ago
  • Transitive or intransitive verb?

    I've tried to figure out these sentences but it's all mixed in my head. 1. I will probably get a sunburn today. <<I know the subject is "I", but I can't figure out if it's directed at an object. 2. Dad stocked the tackle box with all of our gear. 3. I am wearing my new fishing hat. 4. Before we head... show more
    I've tried to figure out these sentences but it's all mixed in my head. 1. I will probably get a sunburn today. <<I know the subject is "I", but I can't figure out if it's directed at an object. 2. Dad stocked the tackle box with all of our gear. 3. I am wearing my new fishing hat. 4. Before we head home, I want to catch a super-big fish. 5. I prefer fishing in the boat. Please help me figure out if these sentences contain intransitive or transitive verbs.
    1 answer · Words & Wordplay · 8 years ago
  • How do I say this sentence in spanish? (no online translators please)?

    After 15 days of traveling, we finally arrived in the United States.
    After 15 days of traveling, we finally arrived in the United States.
    7 answers · Languages · 8 years ago
  • Translate this Polish into English?

    ręce w kieszeni, krawat na szyję, konto w banku, wódka w lodówce, i można świat doganiać
    ręce w kieszeni, krawat na szyję, konto w banku, wódka w lodówce, i można świat doganiać
    1 answer · Languages · 8 years ago
  • How do I say this in Spanish? (Native speakers please)?

    "I am going to apply to many universities"
    "I am going to apply to many universities"
    2 answers · Languages · 8 years ago
  • How do I say phrase in Spanish? (native speakers please)?

    "They are more than loud enough." I know more than enough is "mas que suficiente" but I don't know how to incorporate it in a sentence.
    "They are more than loud enough." I know more than enough is "mas que suficiente" but I don't know how to incorporate it in a sentence.
    8 answers · Languages · 8 years ago
  • How do I say this in spanish? (native speakers please)?

    "He couldn't wait for them to come"
    "He couldn't wait for them to come"
    2 answers · Languages · 8 years ago
  • How do i say this in spanish?

    We can help each other.
    We can help each other.
    5 answers · Languages · 8 years ago