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Question and Answer (album)
Question and Answer is a 1989 music album release by modern jazz artists Pat Metheny, Dave Holland, Roy Haynes.
- "Solar" (Davis) â€“ 8:27
- "Question and Answer" (Metheny) â€“ 7:07
- "H&H" (Metheny) â€“ 6:51
- "Never Too Far Away" (Metheny) â€“ 5:52
- "Law Years" (Coleman) â€“ 6:51
- "Change Of Heart" (Metheny) â€“ 6:14
- "All the Things You Are" (Kern, Hammerstein) â€“ 8:26
- "Old Folks" (Hill, Robison) â€“ 6:38
- "Three Flights Up" (Metheny) â€“ 6:10
Google Questions and Answers
Google Questions and Answers is a free knowledge market offered by Google that allows users to collaboratively find answers to their questions (also referred as Google Knowledge Search). It was launched in June 28, 2007 and replaces the fee-based Google Answers service, discontinued on December 1, 2006. Google had chosen Russia as the first country to launch this new service.
Technologically, Google service most closely resembles analogous services by mail.ru, Naver and Yahoo!. It is pseudonymous: the nicknames of the authors of questions and answers are shown right next to their contributed content. Google uses question tagging to help users find relevant questions.
As most services of this kind, Google provides an incentivesystem to motivate people to answer questions. It is based on assigning points for actions and a system of levels loosely based on the Russian system of academic degrees. An interesting feature of the incentive system is that Google's reward for visiting is higher than for posting an answer.
On August 20, 2007, Google and Tianya, a Chinese community website, launched a free Q&A service entitled "Tianya Answers".
Google Answers predecessor was also called Google Questions and Answers, which was launched in August 2001. The previous service had Google staffers e-mailing responses to questions for a flat $3 fee. It was up and functional for about a day. The demand may have overwhelmed their resources.
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Question:Easy 3 Questions.
Directions: Answer the following questions and problems as completely as possible; where applicable or required, show ALL steps, units and equations and a Free Body Diagram for each situation; make references to specific laws of motion and/or types of forces wherever necessary.
1)A force of -175N is applied to a grocery cart with a mass of 28Kg. If the cart accelerates at a rate of -0.95m/s^2, find the following:
a.Fnet on the car
b.Force Friction between the cart and the ground.
2)What is the maximum mass that could be accelerated at a rate of -4.5m/s^2 if the net force acting on it was -80.5N?
3)You decide it would be funny, to take your friends cell phone and tie it to a string attatched to a helium ballon, whose mass is 225g. If the mass of the phone is 115g and the upward force exerted by the ballon is 6.5N, what is the acceleration of the ballon?
Answers:use the second Newton's law
Question:I read a lot and can't seem to argue what is right for a question. How to find out what is important? What does it require to write a perfect law essay? I'm really confused.
Issue - State the issue being addressed
Rule - State the rule of law with regard to that issue
Analysis - Apply the rule to the facts of the question
Conclusion - State the outcome of the analysis.
Question:Ohm's Law relates to a simple electric circuit unit and states:
"The resistance is directly proportional to the voltage and inversely proportional to the current"
One circuit has a resistance of 8 ohms when the voltage is 48 volts and the current is 6 amperes. What is the resistance of a second circuit that has a voltage of 128 volts and a current of 8 amperes?
Answers:A much easier way of remembering Ohm's Law is V = IR, or voltage is equal to the product of the current and resistance.
Therefore, for the second circuit, where V = 128 and I = 8:
128 = 8 x R
128 / 8 = R
R = 16 ohms
Question:The state legislature of Michigan enacts a transportation statute that impinges on interstate commerce?
A.The state legislature of Michigan enacts a transportation statute that impinges on interstate commerce. This law will be
1. struck down.
2. balanced in terms of the state's interest in its merit and purpose against the burden placed on interstate commerce.
4. balanced in terms of the burden on the state against the merit and purpose of interstate commerce.
B.Housemate, Inc., makes and sells a variety of household products. With a fair amount of certainty, Housemate's decision makers can predict whether a given business action would be legal in
1. many situations.
2. all situations.
3. practically no situations.
4. no situations.
C.Energy Corporation regularly expresses opinions on political issues. Under the First Amendment, corporate political speech is given
1. total protection.
2. little protection.
3. significant protection.
4. no protection.
d.As a joke, Jem takes Kyla's business law textbook and hides it so that Kyla cannot find it during the week before the exam. Jem may have committed
1. intentional infliction of emotional distress.
2. trespass to personal property.
Del, vice-president of sales for EZ Products, Inc., adheres to religious ethical standards. Their application involves an element of
2. after-the-fact rationalization.
3. personal discretion.
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Dr. Ravi Zacharias Question and Answer - Moral Law and Giver :PLAYLIST HERE: www.youtube.com Frederick Antony Ravi Kumar Zacharias (born 1946) is an Indian-born, Canadian-American evangelical Christian apologist and evangelist. Zacharias is the author of numerous Christian books, including Gold Medallion Book Award winner Can Man Live Without God? and bestsellers Light in the Shadow of Jihad and The Grand Weaver. He is also president of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, host of the radio programs Let My People Think and Just Thinking (heard weekly and daily, respectively, on Christian stations across the US), and visiting professor at Wycliffe Hall of Oxford, where he teaches apologetics and evangelism. Previously, Zacharias studied as a visiting scholar at Cambridge University and held the chair in Evangelism and Contemporary Thought at Alliance Theological Seminary from 1981 to 1984. www.rzim.org