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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 24th June 2010, 2:32 pm

Well, here you can ask me any question about school and I'll do my best to answer it! Very Happy I'll try to answer Algebra questions too. Wink


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Post by Rose on 24th June 2010, 4:09 pm

2m+36= 91

Can you answer that problem?



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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 24th June 2010, 4:17 pm

m=27.5?


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Post by Rose on 24th June 2010, 4:19 pm

You are correct! Very Happy



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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 24th June 2010, 4:23 pm

I thought so. Wink I didn't expect a decimal too...but I use x more than m. Very Happy


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Post by Danielle Alexis Maxwell on 24th June 2010, 8:24 pm

x is definitely preferred in algebra, but in reality, any variable name will work. x,y,z,a,b,c... the whole alphabet. X is just the basic.

Algebra is easy though... lol. Let me see...

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I got nothing for you...
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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 25th June 2010, 3:59 am

I know any variable will work. Wink I use j sometimes cause it's my initial.
Um...it depends. Wink


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Post by Rose on 26th June 2010, 6:53 am

Will you write me a paragraph about birds? (Yes, that was completely random.) Wink



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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 26th June 2010, 12:32 pm

That was completely random...it depends. Should it be "Birds are nice" 50 times? Wink Or what?...


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Post by Rose on 26th June 2010, 2:39 pm

Write why you like/dislike birds.



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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 26th June 2010, 2:42 pm

Ok! I shall make it about 150-200 words, is that OK?


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Post by Rose on 26th June 2010, 2:53 pm

That's fine! Very Happy



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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 26th June 2010, 3:18 pm

Here ya go!


Birds (class Aves) are winged, bipedal, endothermic, egg-laying, vertebrateanimals. There are around 10,000 living species, making them the most varied of tetrapod vertebrates. If you understood most of that, either you’re Eugene Meltsner or you researched it. Birds can be so small you can barely see them, or so huge that they’re much bigger than you. I personally like birds for many reasons. Many birds are rather beautiful and allow you to view God’s nature even better. From my school room you can see plenty of multi-colored birds. Most birds have a rather cheerful chirp, which can bring me from my self pouting mod. Wink
However, what I don’t like about some birds is that they poop just about anywhere they can. That can get annoying, and then I have to go clean it. Birds can also peck at windows, bother animals, and cause general havoc. But excluding those points, I think that birds are pretty cool. After all, God did create them! Very Happy


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Post by Rose on 26th June 2010, 3:23 pm

Wow! That's nice. Thank you! Very Happy



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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 26th June 2010, 4:02 pm

You're welcome! Very Happy


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Post by Guest on 31st July 2010, 1:29 pm

If a+b=c and c<a, is b positive or negative or 0?

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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 31st July 2010, 4:25 pm

Uhm...I don't get the "c<a" Do you mean a is greater than c?


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Post by OnceBittenRose on 3rd November 2011, 1:23 am

Explain time travel in a 175 words per paragraph essay.
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Post by orangie on 4th November 2011, 1:47 pm

That would be tough unless you used your imagination.Very Happy
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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 4th November 2011, 3:55 pm

*pouts* That's not fair. . .I shall copy from a story I have on that =P

“Couldn’t it be possible if you made a time machine?”
“Perhaps, but there would be paradoxes. Take the grandfather paradox. If someone were to travel back in time and kill his grandfather, what would happen?”
“That’s true, there are many paradoxes, I agree, but there are fairly simple solutions. For one, there could be the restricted action resolution.”
“Expound.”
“Surely you must know about his. But, for your sake, I’ll say it. If a time traveler were to go back in time to kill his grandfather, when he fired, something would happen. His grandfather would not die, the gun would jam, the person would not turn out to be his grandfather, or something of the sort.”
“In other words, almost no free will.”
“I admit that that is a possibility. But that’s not the only option. There is the possibility that if you went into the future to see what happened, nobody would believe you, that way you could not stop events from truly happening.”
“That only works for a trip to the future.”
“True. But when going back, what about making a machine that only allowed you to view the events as they happened, and only at certain times talk with the characters?”
“That could happen,” the professor conceded.
“And if that wasn’t enough, it might be that you could have a self healing time line. No matter what you did, it would somehow return to the previous thing.
“For example, if a person went back in time to save his wife because she was killed in a car crash, he could advert it, but something else would happen and she would die, or otherwise the time traveler would have no reason to invent the time machine.”

[. . .]


Self-healing timelines would allow the traveler to do whatever he wished, but in the end, it would return to how it was. For example, if one destroyed a company which caused major revolt, the destruction of it would cause the riot instead.
A view of observing would limit free will, and would allow the viewer to only watch what happened and not take a part in it. Viaggio did not like the last idea, and knew there had to be a way to increase the capabilities of the final option.
Many weeks of searching through the massive library of digital books had worn the professor out, but he kept on searching for it feverishly. Days passed and he would stay in his study room. Though the holoscreens had been optimized to wear out the eyes as little as possible, nel Tempo’s eyes turned bloodshot. His dark brown hair became disheveled, and he shaved only three times in six weeks.
Viaggio knew that there would be no guarantee on how the machine would work, or if it would at all. He could build it, but he could not know how it would let him take part in the events. Would it let him change the past? Would he only be allowed to watch out without interacting? That would certainly drain a great deal of the fun out of it. He wanted to at least be able to talk to the people of the time to be able to learn things.
Viaggio groaned as he began to read more on time dilation—he had studied this before, but now he was going more in-depth. Basically, if one were to travel at the speed of light, time would slow down. From the traveler’s view, time would go by quickly, and when he stopped, he would be in the future. Traveling faster than light would only be able to send one into the future. With the technology of this age, speeds FTL still were unattainable.
The solution for going to the future seemed rather simple. He closed down the article and rubbed his eyes. Simple, yeah. As if being able to travel FTL would be possible. And that only covered one half—the future. Nothing for the past. At least, not yet.

[. . .]


The machine looked somewhat like a modern chariot from the way the seating was designed. There was only space for one person to sit because everywhere else was filled with intricate designs. What caught one’s eye at first was the display, which listed the current date and time, along with the current settings being monitored on the CPU. There was a digital calendar which marked the ages into the past, from 2157, all the way back to approximately 4.6 billion years B.C.E., and into the future, up to 3000 A.D. The hardware and software for the machine had taken many months of careful building, research, hypotheses, tests, formulae, and tries. And tonight would be the maiden voyage—assuming it worked. The Maquina del Tiempo—The Time Machine—was ready. Everything was in place for Viaggio nel Tempo to try the machine.
He took his seat in the hard chair and punched in a string of numbers on the small keyboard. HTML coding popped onto the string, and he muttered under his breath for several moments before touching the screen to move the dial to the time he wanted to travel. He entered the 21th century, which opened a new screen which gave him all the years. He chose 2007. Another screen opened. He followed the pattern until he was down to Midwest City, Oklahoma, on Thursday, March 8, 2007, 2 A.M. To be extra sure, he put in the latitude and longtitude. It was time now. He had chosen a time that would be still civilized greatly so that they could understand him clearly, but far enough back so he could see how the Maquina del Tiempo handled itself. Viaggio closed his eyes and pushed the Enter key.
All the lights went out except for the central display. A whir/hum sound became clear, and grew louder and louder. The green lights flickered and pulsated, and Viaggio watched the display’s right hand corner, which showed his vital signs. A covering came over the inventor and his machine to protect him. It was made to run without electricity, as he did not know how the conditions would be. The solar batteries and FTL-packs sputtered and came to life, flashing blue. It was dark inside, and an even louder whir came as the machine began to travel back in time. The Maquina del Tiempo itself did not move, as this was traveling through time. Instead, he saw what his workshop looked like yesterday—which was not much different than it was today, except that there were more things scattered around—and then the day before that, then a week before, and a month, then a year, then five, then ten, then what it looked like before he had lived there. The machine picked up pace until he was covering many years a second. Within a few moments, he was merely on a hill, which was what the place had been before he’d built it. But suddenly, the Maquina del Tiempo launched off the ground, moving faster and faster until he could not see the country side. While moving, he was going back in time also. Soon he was over the Atlantic Oean, then on the coast of America, and closer and closer to Midwest City. By now, it was 2052, and he was mere miles from his destination. The dial reached 2007, stopped, and the time machine slowly stopped.



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Post by orangie on 6th November 2011, 5:49 pm

Can you explain cellular respiration? That topic boggles my mind.Shocked
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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 8th November 2011, 1:39 pm

Try this! =D

http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cellular_respiration

If not, then I'll explain :p


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Post by Sunshine on 8th November 2011, 6:06 pm

What is the sixth term of the expansion of (x/y - y/x)? Eh?


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Post by Marvin DeSanchez on 10th November 2011, 10:32 am

o.O Algebra?!

Would that be multipied?


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Post by Sunshine on 10th November 2011, 5:50 pm

Yes, algebra.


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