• ### Logarithms help - a level maths?

All logs are of base 'a' log(b^2) + 3log y = 3 + 2log (y/a) If you could solve this it would be appreciated, thank you!!
All logs are of base 'a' log(b^2) + 3log y = 3 + 2log (y/a) If you could solve this it would be appreciated, thank you!!
1 answer · Mathematics · 6 years ago
• ### Maths, simplifying surds again!?

I was wondering if anyone could please show me how this simplifies. I'm a little unsure how things cancel out. Thank you! (4√5 - 7√2) / (2√5 + √2)
I was wondering if anyone could please show me how this simplifies. I'm a little unsure how things cancel out. Thank you! (4√5 - 7√2) / (2√5 + √2)
2 answers · Mathematics · 6 years ago
• ### Simplifying surds, maths question!?

Could anyone help me to work this out, and simplify it, please (3√2 - 1)^2 + (3 + √2)^2 Thank you!
Could anyone help me to work this out, and simplify it, please (3√2 - 1)^2 + (3 + √2)^2 Thank you!
1 answer · Mathematics · 6 years ago
• ### Can someone please translate this French (without using an online translator?)?

I have to prepare an answer to this question for my oral exam, but I'm not sure what it means because it doesn't seem to have a literal translation or that could just be me: Parler des relations sexuelles, c'est le rôle de qui? Thank you!
I have to prepare an answer to this question for my oral exam, but I'm not sure what it means because it doesn't seem to have a literal translation or that could just be me: Parler des relations sexuelles, c'est le rôle de qui? Thank you!
5 answers · Languages · 7 years ago
• ### How to simplify these surds?

Can this be simplified any further? Root 7 + (14/root 7) Thank you!
Can this be simplified any further? Root 7 + (14/root 7) Thank you!
4 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago

Could you please answer this question and explain your workings? Thanks. Two particles, P and Q, are moving along the same line in the same direction. P is 10m behind Q. P starts from rest and has an acceleration of 2ms^-2, Q has a uniform acceleration of 3ms^-1. a) How long does it take P to catch Q? B) How far has P travelled doing so?
Could you please answer this question and explain your workings? Thanks. Two particles, P and Q, are moving along the same line in the same direction. P is 10m behind Q. P starts from rest and has an acceleration of 2ms^-2, Q has a uniform acceleration of 3ms^-1. a) How long does it take P to catch Q? B) How far has P travelled doing so?
1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• ### Mechanics; AS Level help please?

Please can you answer this question and show working and an explanation: A lift ascends from rest with an acceleration of 0.5ms^-2 before slowing with an acceleration of -0.75ms^-2 for the next stop. If the journey time is 10 seconds, what is the distance between the two stops? Thank you!
Please can you answer this question and show working and an explanation: A lift ascends from rest with an acceleration of 0.5ms^-2 before slowing with an acceleration of -0.75ms^-2 for the next stop. If the journey time is 10 seconds, what is the distance between the two stops? Thank you!
1 answer · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• ### GCSE/AS level maths - proving?

How do I prove this please: Prove that the difference between two odd consecutive squared numbers is always even. Thank you!
How do I prove this please: Prove that the difference between two odd consecutive squared numbers is always even. Thank you!
2 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• ### GCSE A* maths question help please?

Can you please solve this using substitution? y=2x-10 y=1/3x Thank you, can you please show the steps to work it out?
Can you please solve this using substitution? y=2x-10 y=1/3x Thank you, can you please show the steps to work it out?
4 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago

You are given that f(x) = x^3 - 3x^2 - 4x Find the three points where the curve y = f(x) cuts the x-axis Thank you!
You are given that f(x) = x^3 - 3x^2 - 4x Find the three points where the curve y = f(x) cuts the x-axis Thank you!
4 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago

A body is falling through a liquid, and the distance fallen is modelled by the formula s=48t-t^3 until it comes to rest, where 's' centimetres is the distance fallen and 't' seconds is the time. Find a) the velocity when t = 1 b) the initial velocity c) the acceleration when t = 1 d) the time when the body comes to rest e) the... show more
A body is falling through a liquid, and the distance fallen is modelled by the formula s=48t-t^3 until it comes to rest, where 's' centimetres is the distance fallen and 't' seconds is the time. Find a) the velocity when t = 1 b) the initial velocity c) the acceleration when t = 1 d) the time when the body comes to rest e) the distance fallen when the body comes to rest I have managed to answer, a, b and c, but I would be really grateful if anyone could explain how to work out d and e since I have an exam tomorrow. Thanks, any help is appreciated.
2 answers · Mathematics · 7 years ago
• ### Fast and Furious 5 / Fast Five?

Does anyone know what the last song is as the credits are on? Thank you (:
Does anyone know what the last song is as the credits are on? Thank you (:
3 answers · Movies · 8 years ago
• ### How to be cocky/confident with guys...?

I'm just getting into my depth with guys, but I wanna seem more confident, and perhaps a bit cocky when it comes to guys. This one guy in my classes at college always says to me "so, how much have you made today then?" implying prostitution, can you think of a really good confident come back, that the guy will love? Or any other... show more
I'm just getting into my depth with guys, but I wanna seem more confident, and perhaps a bit cocky when it comes to guys. This one guy in my classes at college always says to me "so, how much have you made today then?" implying prostitution, can you think of a really good confident come back, that the guy will love? Or any other tips that you may have on being confident around guys, any catchphrases, comments, etc.. thank you!
7 answers · Singles & Dating · 8 years ago
• ### Mens fashion brand:logo like a gold V?

There is this brand of clothing that a load of lads in the UK wear, and it is like a gold/yellow V shape for the logo? It's not Lyle and Scott but its something like that? Thanks
There is this brand of clothing that a load of lads in the UK wear, and it is like a gold/yellow V shape for the logo? It's not Lyle and Scott but its something like that? Thanks
2 answers · Fashion & Accessories · 8 years ago
• ### A* GCSE Maths help please: bounds?

v= √(a/b) a= 6.43 to 2 decimal places b= 5.514 to 3 decimal places By considering bounds, work out the value of v to a suitable degree of accuracy Please can you try to help me with this question, I would be grateful of any help, Thanks
v= √(a/b) a= 6.43 to 2 decimal places b= 5.514 to 3 decimal places By considering bounds, work out the value of v to a suitable degree of accuracy Please can you try to help me with this question, I would be grateful of any help, Thanks
1 answer · Mathematics · 8 years ago
• ### Maths solving equations with fractions help please?

Please will you help me solve this: (4/ x+3) + (3/2x-1) = 1 Thank you, any help is greatly appreciated
Please will you help me solve this: (4/ x+3) + (3/2x-1) = 1 Thank you, any help is greatly appreciated
7 answers · Mathematics · 8 years ago
• ### Name for a school newspaper?

I am the editor of the school newspaper and this September we would like to change it to be more modern and completely revamp it and make it more interesting rather than something that the kids just chuck in the bin... we used to be called THE PRESS TEAM, any ideas on a new name? Thanks
I am the editor of the school newspaper and this September we would like to change it to be more modern and completely revamp it and make it more interesting rather than something that the kids just chuck in the bin... we used to be called THE PRESS TEAM, any ideas on a new name? Thanks
5 answers · Media & Journalism · 8 years ago
• ### Fed up of being single...?

Before you answer, please do not make judgements, I am 14 at school and most of my friends aren't virgins any more but I am really timid infront of boys and I have only just started talking in minimal amounts to the boy that I really like... but the thing is I just want a boyfriend, as long as he is kinda good-looking Im not bothered who it is,... show more
Before you answer, please do not make judgements, I am 14 at school and most of my friends aren't virgins any more but I am really timid infront of boys and I have only just started talking in minimal amounts to the boy that I really like... but the thing is I just want a boyfriend, as long as he is kinda good-looking Im not bothered who it is, as long as they aren't a pothead or rapist (you get the idea) because it is just a fantasy to go out with the guy that I really like; its not going to happen. How do I go about being more confident with boys? How do I get myself a kinda good-looking boyfriend? Thanks
3 answers · Singles & Dating · 8 years ago
• ### 15 Year old birthday party ideaaa?

Hi guys :) It's my 15th birthday soon but I have no idea what I want to do. I live in the UK so pool parties are pretty much ruled out. I don't know if I want to just invite girls or to invite both guys and girls, because there is this guy that I really like but I don't know him too well, but I really get on with his friend, but I... show more
Hi guys :) It's my 15th birthday soon but I have no idea what I want to do. I live in the UK so pool parties are pretty much ruled out. I don't know if I want to just invite girls or to invite both guys and girls, because there is this guy that I really like but I don't know him too well, but I really get on with his friend, but I couldn't just invite two guys, I would have to invite more - right? Also, I don't have much confidence with guys either, and it could kinda be embarrassing if my mum guessed that I liked this guy :S Any ideas? I don't have a very big budget since I will probably want to spend much more next year, for my 16th. Thanks.