# What is m-2 over m plus 2 times m over m-1?

(m-2)/(m+2) * m/(m-1) = [(m-2)*m]/[(m+2)*(m-1)] = (m2 - 2m)/m2 + m - 2)

### What represents the correct relationship between the slopes of perpendicular lines?

If the slopes are m1 and m2 then m1*m2 = -1 or m2 = -1/m1. Read More

### What is the difference between M1 and M2?

What is the difference between M1 and M2? Read More

### What is the difference between the M1 and M2 money supply?

M1 is what is outside the banking system: Your cash, coins, your checking account. M2 is: All of M1 plus, savings accounts, money in banks, small time deposits...etc . Read More

### What is the formula for elastic collision?

if we assume m1 (mass) and v1 (velocity) for first mass , m2 and v2 for second mass ,we have : m1 v1i + m2 v2i = m1 v1f + m2 v2f and 1/2 m1 v1i2 + 1/2 m2 v2i2 = 1/2 m1 v1f2 +1/2 m2 v2f2 i : initial f : final This is a simplified version: vf1= ((m1-m2)/(m1+m2))(v1i)+ (2m2/(mi+m2)vi2 Read More

### Differ between M1 and M2?

The M1 Carbine was semi auto, the M2 carbine was full auto. Read More

### How many boxes of book paper can be printed by M1 in 10 hours or 120x plus 160 hours or 30x squared plus 40x hours M1 can print a box of paper in 3 hours while M2 can be done in 3x plus 20 hours?

*Edit* M2 can print a box of paper in 3x plus 20 hours. Read More

### What are differences between M1 money and M2 money?

M1 money is transaction money, It includes: Coins of all denominations, Paper money including all types of notes, Checking accounts and Traveler's checks. M2 money is M1 money plus Close substitutes ( savings accounts/deposits). Read More

### How much would an object weigh if it were four times farther from the center of the earth?

weight, w = G * m1 * m2 / r^2, where G = the universal gravitational constant, m1 = the mass of the object, m2 = the mass of the earth, and r = the separation between the center of gravity of the object and that of the earth. w1 = G * m1 * m2 /(r1^2) -- > the weight when r = r1 w2 = G * m1 * m2 /(r2^2) -- >… Read More

### What weapons where used by marines at Iwo Jima?

Thomson, M1 Grand, Flamethrower, M1 Carbine, Browning m2 HB, and .50/12.7 mm M2. Read More

### Why are m3 and m2 higher than m1?

because 3>2>1 ? Other than that, depends on what m1,m2 and m3 represent. Read More

### Why is it difficult for the fed to gather and evaluate information about M1 and M2?

The money supply is measured in terms of M1 and M2. New savings and investment opportunities have appeared. Keeping track of the growth of M1 and M2 becomes more difficult as money is shifted from savings accounts into interest-paying checkable accounts. Read More

### Factors that affect gravity between objects?

The force of gravity is F=G*m1*m2/r^2 G is the universal gravitation constant 6.67*10^-11 m^3kg^-1s^-2 m1, m2 are the masses of the two objects, r is the separation. The force on m1 acts in the direction of m2, and the force on m2 acts in the direction of m1. Read More

### What is the relation ship between mass distance and gravitational force?

For two masses, m1 and m2, the gravitational force is proportional to m1, it is proportional to m2, and it is inversely proportional to the square of the disdtnace. Read More

### How do you write c code for ternary search?

this procedure work for ternary search int tsearch(int *a,int i,int j,int k) { int m1,m2,len; len = j - i + 1 ; m1=i + (int)floor((float)(len))/3; m2=i + (int)ceil((float)(len))/3; if(k==a[m1]) { printf("\nno found at %d",m1); return m1; } else if(k==a[m2]) { printf("\nno found at %d",m2); return m2; } if(len!= 0) { if(k<a[m1]) return(tsearch(a,i,m1-1,k)); if(k>a[m2]) return(tsearch(a,m2+1,j,k)); } else return -1 ; } Read More

### What is the difference between a m1 carbine and a m2 carbine?

M1 carbines are semi-automatic and M2s are full automatic. Read More

### Lithium has only two naturally occurring isotopes The mass of lithium-6 is 6.01512 amu and the mass of lithium-7 is 7.01601 amu Use the atomic mass of lithium to calculate abundances mass Li 6.941?

The atomic mass of Lithium is equal to the weighted average of the two naturally occurring isotopes. Let M=the atomc mass of Lithium; M1=the mass of lithium-6;M2=the mass of Lithium-7; %a=the abundance of lithium-6; %b=the abundance of lithium-7. M=(M1*%a+M2*%b)/100 we know that %a and %b must add up to give us 100%, so %a=100-%b. Therefore M=(M1*(100-%b)+M2*%b)/100 Then we just need to solve for %b because everything else is known. M=(M1*100-M1*%b+M2*%b)/100-->M-M1=(-M1*%b+M2*%b)/100 100(M-M1)=(-M1*%b+M2*%b)-->%b=100(M-M1)/(M2-M1)=92.5% Then %a=100-%b=100-92.5=7.5% Read More

### What is the formula of gravitational force?

The force between two massess m1 and m2 is given by F = G m1 m2 / r^2 G is gravitational constant. r is the distance between the masses. Read More

### A volume of 37 ml of 0.36 m kcn neutralizes a 75 ml sample of hclo solution what is the concentration of hclo?

M1 and v1 --> KCN M2 and v2 --> HClO ------SO, M1 * v1=M2 * v2 0.36 * 0.037L=M2 * 0.075L 0.013=M2 * 0.075 M2=0.013/0.075 M2=0.17 M Read More

### What is the most liquid measure of money supply example M1 M2 or M3?

M2. M2 consists of M1(coins, bills, travlers checks/checkable deposits), savings accts, money market accounts, demand deposits, and timed deposits. M2 is less narrow than M1, therefore being more liquid/spendable. *The Fed has defined three monetary aggregates M1, M2, and M3. The narrowest definition, M1, includes the transaction deposits of banks and cash in circulation. M2 adds savings accounts, small time deposits at banks, and retail money market funds. M3 adds large time deposits, repurchase agreements… Read More

### What is m1 and m2?

your question may require further explanation, in the UK they are Motorways Read More

### What is a class M2 drivers license?

A class M2 is to drive a motorized bicycle or moped that operates less than 149cc. An M1 is to drive a motorcycle. Read More

### What are the Components of money supply?

money supply has three components which are; M0,M1 and M2 Read More

### If 5.00 ml of hcl requires 4.76 ml of 0.9581 m naoh to just consume the hcl what is the concentration of the hcl?

The equation you need is: M1*V1=M2*V2 V1= 5 ml HCL V2= 4.76mL NaOH M2= 0.9581 M1= M2*V2/M1 Plug your numbers into the equation and you'll be done. Read More

### Suppose you have 2 cars and the larger one is twice as massive as the smaller one If you and a friend push on them so there acceleration are equal how mus the forces applied to the car compare?

F=m*a m1=2*m2 f2/m2= a =f1/m1 f2/m2 = f1/(2*m2) f2 = f1*m2/(2*m2) f2 = f1/2 Read More

### What does m2 mean in math?

it could men m times m, which would be 2m or m2. It would usually be 2m. â†‘ that would only work for mÂ² not 2m. 2m in that sense is 2*m not m*m. now m2 is usually associated with slope 2. m1=slope1 m2=slope2, but the numbers are usually subscripts. Read More

### As the distance between two masses increase the gravitational force of attraction between them?

F = G * m1 * m2 / r^2 F = the force of attraction between two objects of masses m1 and m2, of a distance, r, apart G = the universal gravitational constant. So when r doubles, F will become 4 times smaller. Read More

### Would an Iver Johnson M1 Carbine serial number AA39526 be full auto?

No. M1 carbines were made semi-auto only. M2 carbines had a selector lever for simi-automatic or full automatic. Iver Johnson never made M2 carbines. Read More

### What is the final concentration if 75.0 mL of a 3.50 M glucose solution is diluted to a volume of 400 mL?

M1*v1=m2*v2 m1=(75.0*3.50)/400 m1=0.65625 Read More

### How many classes of licenses are there in CA?

5: Classes A, B, and C. Also M1 and M2 Read More

### What is the formula of Conservation Momentum?

For example, you can write this as:Total change in momentum = 0 In the case of a collision, you can use: M1 = M2 where M1 is the total momentum before the collision, and M2 is the total momentum after the collision. Read More

### What is the gravitational force between Uranus and the sun?

F=G*m1*m2/r2 G=6.67*10^-11 m1= 8.66*10^25 m2= 2*10^30kilograms r=2/872*10^meters Read More

### What is the gravitational formula for telling attraction?

The attraction between two objects is: G x m1 x m2 / distance squared where m1 and m2 are the two masses involved, and G is the gravitational constant - approximately 6.674 x 10 to the power -11, in SI units. Read More

### Is it gravity constant G times mass?

If you mean the force of gravity, the force of gravity on Earth is equal to the mass of an object, times Earth's gravitational field (which is about 9.8 newton/kilogram).The gravitational force between ANY two masses, on the other hand, is given by: force = G m1 m2 / r squared Where m1 and m2 are the two masses involved, "r" is the distance between them, and "G" is the universal gravitational constant. Read More

### Freeways in the UK are called what?

The UK uses the term MOTORWAY and label them as M1, M2, M3 etc. Read More

### Is momentum mass or velocity?

There are different types of momenta. What you are referring to is LINEAR momentum. Linear momentum is the product of an object's mass and linear (along a straight line: translational motion) velocity and is usually represented by 'p' : p = mv. Keep in mind that it is a vector quantity (has a magnitude and direction). Momentum represents the "amount of motion" of an object. Say you have two masses, m1 = m and m2… Read More

### What is the attraction of gravity?

The gravitational force between two objects is G(m1 x m2) / r2, where m1 and m2 are the masses, r is the distance, and G = 6.67 x 10-11 N (m/kg)2. Read More

### Why is Jupiter's gravity so strong?

Because it is so big, according to the equation: Force of Gravity= G*((M1*M2)/D^2) Where G is Newton's Gravitational Constant, M1 and M2 are the masses of Jupiter and the object being attracted respectively, and D is the distance between the two objects. Read More

### The difference between M1 and M2?

A M1 license allows you to operate any 2-wheel motorcycle or motor-driven cycle, including those 150cc or higher. A M2 license allows you to operate any motorized bicycle, moped, or any bicycle with an attached motor, up to 150cc Read More

### How do you calculate velocity after perfectly collision?

v2=(m1*v1)/m2 when: v2= velocity after collision m1 = mass before collision v1 = velocity before collision m2 = total mass after collision law of conservation of momentum Read More

### What tells how strong the force of gravity will be between two things?

The equation for calculating it would be g = G (m1) (m2) / (radius or distance ^2) where g = gravitational attraction, G is constant of universal gravitation, and m1 and m2 are the masses of the two objects Read More

### How do you implement xor gate using multiplexer only?

Assume that the two inputs of the XOR gate are I1 and I2, and that the two inputs of the multiplexer are M1 and M2 and the selection line is S: Connect I1 to M1 Connect Not(I1) to M2 Connect I2 to S Read More

### What is the gravitaional pull on Mercury?

F=G.M1*m2/d^2 where m1 is the mass of earth m2 is the mass of mercury d is the distance between mercury and earth Read More