The Not SO Easy Stuff, but still easy - Page 31




 
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Boots
 
June 2nd, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 107
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 45
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 33
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4
si6: 11
otterbear2468: 5

New Questions
1. What is Newton's 3rd law of motion?
2. What is the mascot of the Oakland Raiders?
3. What is hte formula for momentum?
4. What is free falling?
5. What is the capital of Denmark?
June 2nd, 2004  
AFSteliga
 
 
1. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.
2. A pirate
3. Crap. I dunno.
4. I'm thinking...climbing a rock face without climbing gear.
5. Copenhagen
June 2nd, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 107
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 45
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 36
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4
si6: 11
otterbear2468: 5

Bonus Questions
1. What is hte formula for momentum?
2. What is free falling?
New Questions
1. What is rolling friction?
2. What is the capital of Cuba?
3. Who is Brad Pitt?
4. What is Newton's 2nd law of motion?
5. What is a dictionary?
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Boots
June 2nd, 2004  
1217
 
OQ1 P = M*V
OQ2 Jumping out of a plane and not opening your parachute for a while.

NQ1 the reaction force on a rolling object (eg wheels)
NQ2 Havanna
NQ3 Actor I recently saw here when he was shooting "Ocean's twelve"
NQ4 F=M*A
NQ5 I'll look this one up.... Ah it's a book where you can look up the meaning of a word (and the spelling)
June 2nd, 2004  
si6
 
 
BQ1=An object's momentum describes how hard it is for the object to stop its motion. Momentum is related to two characteristics of the object: mass and velocity of travel. Mathematically, we may express momentum with the formula (p is the accepted variable designation for momentum):
p = m x v

BQ2=A free-falling object is an object which is falling under the sole influence of gravity. That is to say that any object which is moving and being acted upon only be the force of gravity is said to be "in a state of free fall." This definition of free fall leads to two important characteristics about a free-falling object:

q1=In mechanics, friction plays a major role both in the laboratory and industrial worlds. Friction is the resistance to the sliding, rolling, or flowing motion of an object due to its contact with another object. Rolling friction is caused primarily by the interference of small indentations formed as one surface rolls over another. This is the idea behind the frictional forces involved with wheels, cylinders, and spheres. In the ideal case of the wheel, we must first look at the forces acting on the wheel. In pure rolling motion friction is required to start, stop, change the motion of a wheel
Q2=Havana

Q3=Brad Pitt was born in Oklahoma to Jane and Bill, a manager at a trucking firm. They later moved to Springfield, Missouri, where Brad would remain throughout childhood.

In high school Pitt was involved in sports, debating, student government and school musicals. After high school, he was torn as to where to go, but finally decided on college.

Pitt attended the University of Missouri where he majored in journalism with a focus on advertising. He occasionally acted in fraternity shows. He left college two credits short of graduating to move to California. He had hopes of being a big star, but didn't know where to start.

Before he became successful at acting, Pitt supported himself by driving strippers in limos, moving refrigerators and dressing as a giant chicken while working for "el Pollo Loco". In 1994, he starred in Legends of the Fall, and his long hair and overall 'sexiness' made him People Magazine's [coveted] Sexiest Man Alive. The honor helped propell him even further.

Q4=The Second Law governs all acceleration and is really very simple -- Acceleration is produced when a force acts on a mass. The greater the mass (of the object being accelerated) the greater the amount of force needed (to accelerate the object).

Q5=a reference book containing an alphabetical list of words with information about them
June 2nd, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 107
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 45
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 36
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4
si6: 14
otterbear2468: 5
1217: 5

New Questions
1. Where is Belgum located?
2. What is the formula for acceleration?
3. What type of vehicle is an 4x4?
4. What is a fax machine?
5. Who are the Black Eye Peas?
June 2nd, 2004  
si6
 
 
Q1=Location: Western Europe, bordering the North Sea, between France and the Netherlands
Geographic coordinates: 50 50 N, 4 00 E

Q2=When the velocity of an object is changing, that is either its speed is changing or the direction is changing or both, we say it is accelerating. Acceleration is the change in velocity ( final - intial ) divided by the time
acceleration = ( final speed - initial speed ) / time
or rearranging
final speed = intial speed + acceleration * time

Q3= 4x4 = a vehicle which has a driving front axle and a driving rear axle interconnect with a transfer case to transfer power from the transmission to the rear and front axle via drive shafts.

Q5=Fax machines have been around in one form or another for more than a century -- Alexander Bain patented the first fax design in 1843 (see Science Line: Alexander Bain & the Fax Machine to learn more). If you look back at some of the early designs, you can get a very good idea of how they work today.
Most of the early designs involved a rotating drum. To send a fax, you would attach the piece of paper to the drum, with the print facing outward. The rest of the machine worked something like this:
* There was a small photo sensor with a lens and a light.
* The photo sensor was attached to an arm and faced the sheet of paper.
* The arm could move downward over the sheet of paper from one end to the other as the sheet rotated on the drum.

In other words, it worked something like a lathe.
The photo sensor was able to focus in and look at a very small spot on the piece of paper -- perhaps an area of 0.01 inches squared (0.25 millimeters squared). That little patch of paper would be either black or white. The drum would rotate so that the photo sensor could examine one line of the sheet of paper and then move down a line. It did this either step-wise or in a very long spiral.
To transmit the information through a phone line, early fax machines used a very simple technique: If the spot of paper that the photo cell was looking at were white, the fax machine would send one tone; if it were black, it would send a different tone (see How Modems Work for details). For example, it might have sent an 800-Hertz tone for white and a 1,300-Hertz tone for black.
At the receiving end, there would be a similar rotating-drum mechanism, and some sort of pen to mark on the paper. When the receiving fax machine heard a 1,300-Hertz tone it would apply the pen to the paper, and when it heard an 800-Hertz tone it would take the pen off the paper.

Q6=Real hip hop from LA. musical group
June 3rd, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 107
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 45
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 36
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4
si6: 19
otterbear2468: 5
1217: 5

New Questions
1. What is the capital of Laos?
2. Whats it he atomic weight of gold?
3. How is weight measured?
4. What is a monkey?
5. What does www. stand for?
June 3rd, 2004  
AFSteliga
 
 
1. Vientiane
2. 196.96655
3. In Newtons
4. Any of various long-tailed primates
5. World Wide Web
June 3rd, 2004  
Darkmb101
 
Score:
Redleg: 4
Redneck: 18
FutureRANGER: 107
Sherman: 5
Bunyap: 10
Kidneyman: 22
Rick90467: 9
Mark Conley: 45
Animal Mother: 17
Jamoni: 7
IrishWizard: 63
TheSunsetSniper: 25
DTop: 3
hc^patonki: 2
Devil_Dog17: 1
redlegs44: 2
Raziel:7
NCdt Steliga: 41
MunitionsAirman: 9
Locke: 2
nulli secundus: 4
si6: 19
otterbear2468: 5
1217: 5

New Questions
1. What is AIM?
2. What is another name for iron?
3. What is net force?
4. What is the capital of Switzerland?
5. What are oil pastels?