## How to find how much weight it takes to tip over something?

Its for a math project.

An example would be if there was a log in the river. I jump on the log and it tips over, causing me to fall into the river.

Is there a equation for this, anywhere I can learn this?

## How to do an increment conversion from Fahrenheit to Celsius?

I Googled it and cannot find the answer anywhere. Remember, I need an increment conversion, NOT scale.

Please provide an example equation.

## How to subtract fractions when second numerator is bigger than first?

For example if you had 24/4 - 28/4 how would you write the answer?

## How to identify if a set of data is a function?

Is it correct that if you graph the set of the data and use a vertical line test, that is a way to identify if a set of data is a function?

Are there any other simpler ways to identify it?

## How to isolate the variable a in this equation?

If I have the equation ax = mg - ay and I wanted to solve for a by isolating it on the left side of the equation, how would I do that?

## How to find the remainder in a calculator in division?

I wanna know how to find the remainder on a calculator.

## How to proof this summation if it converges or diverges by Comparision test?

∞En=1 3n/(n^3 +1)

E is summation

n=1 means starting with the first term 1

∞means the summation goes to infinity.

Thanks a lot for the help.

## How to solve this equation, using the Distributive method in Algebra?

1/2 x +3 (1/4 x +3) = 4

would you multiple the entire equation by 4 (lcm?)

Thanks in advance. My professor is an a** that refuses to teach these concepts. Instead, when a question is asked, he screams that if we knew our timetables, this would be easy. Sigh.

## How to get rid of my stupid mistakes?

Whenever I'm doing math, I can understand everything pretty easily, but when it comes to actually doing problems I make the most idiotic mistakes. Simple mistakes such as adding 6 and 7, getting negative and positive signs mixed up, expanding polynomials incorrectly, etc. I have no clue why I do this. I know how to do them properly, I just end up making mistakes when actually doing them. I've tried redoing the questions, or doing them at a slower pace but most of the time I end up making the same mistake. It's getting to be a real problem, I'm losing a lot of marks because of this.

## How to find the gradient and perpendicular equation for these lines?

1)The point A has coordinates (-3, 7) and the point B has coordinates (11, 7).

a)Find the gradient of AB.

b)Find the equation of the perpendicular bisector of AB.