RoscoPico

09-11-2008, 01:08 PM

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RoscoPico

09-11-2008, 01:08 PM

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SP1966

09-11-2008, 01:13 PM

Go!

Please do! ;)

Please do! ;)

phikappa

09-11-2008, 01:16 PM

Did you ever get banned?

ntrllftr

09-11-2008, 01:17 PM

Did you ever get banned?

he pussed out like we thought he would not putting up teh n00dz.

Did I say that? :o

he pussed out like we thought he would not putting up teh n00dz.

Did I say that? :o

djl_ottawa

09-11-2008, 01:25 PM

As a fellow Canadian. Why are you trying to get banned? Please elaborate.

Go!

Go!

phikappa

09-11-2008, 01:31 PM

he pussed out like we thought he would not putting up teh n00dz.

Did I say that? :o

Dude noodz? Ack!

Did I say that? :o

Dude noodz? Ack!

kimsquit

09-11-2008, 02:11 PM

Three uniform spheres are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle. Each side of the triangle has a length of 1.48 m. Two of the spheres have a mass of 2.18 kg each. The third sphere (mass unknown) is released from rest. Considering only the gravitational forces that the spheres exert on each other, what is the magnitude of the initial acceleration of the third sphere?

phikappa

09-11-2008, 02:13 PM

Three uniform spheres are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle. Each side of the triangle has a length of 1.48 m. Two of the spheres have a mass of 2.18 kg each. The third sphere (mass unknown) is released from rest. Considering only the gravitational forces that the spheres exert on each other, what is the magnitude of the initial acceleration of the third sphere?

bout tree fiddy.

bout tree fiddy.

dbx

09-11-2008, 02:27 PM

Three uniform spheres are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle. Each side of the triangle has a length of 1.48 m. Two of the spheres have a mass of 2.18 kg each. The third sphere (mass unknown) is released from rest. Considering only the gravitational forces that the spheres exert on each other, what is the magnitude of the initial acceleration of the third sphere?

Using the correct formula:

F = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

and equate with newtons law (F =ma )

ma = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

The masses of the unknown sphere (m) will cancel giving:

a = \frac{GM}{d^2}

Remember this is the only the acceleration of one sphere. As you say you will then consider the vectors (draw a diagram). You can double the force, but you will first have to find the centre of mass of the two known balls, then assume the force acts from that point.

Hope this helps ;)

And I probably should have added: If you find the centre of mass of the two spheres of known mass, it will be the mid point between the two masses. You can then consider the two masses as a single mass of 2 \times 2.18 = 4.36kg , this is the M, the combined mass of the two spheres. d is then the distance from this point to the unknown mass.

Using the correct formula:

F = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

and equate with newtons law (F =ma )

ma = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

The masses of the unknown sphere (m) will cancel giving:

a = \frac{GM}{d^2}

Remember this is the only the acceleration of one sphere. As you say you will then consider the vectors (draw a diagram). You can double the force, but you will first have to find the centre of mass of the two known balls, then assume the force acts from that point.

Hope this helps ;)

And I probably should have added: If you find the centre of mass of the two spheres of known mass, it will be the mid point between the two masses. You can then consider the two masses as a single mass of 2 \times 2.18 = 4.36kg , this is the M, the combined mass of the two spheres. d is then the distance from this point to the unknown mass.

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 02:30 PM

Will I win a huge lottery anytime soon? :p

dbx

09-11-2008, 02:31 PM

Will I win a huge lottery anytime soon? :p

Yeah, in your dreams tonight :p

Yeah, in your dreams tonight :p

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 02:41 PM

Yeah, in your dreams tonight :p

Oh honey, believe me, that will not be in my dreams tonight ;)

Oh honey, believe me, that will not be in my dreams tonight ;)

dbx

09-11-2008, 02:42 PM

Oh honey, believe me, that will not be in my dreams tonight ;)

:eek:

Do tell me more :cool:

:eek:

Do tell me more :cool:

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 02:44 PM

:eek:

Do tell me more :cool:

Would you like to sit on my couch lil boy and I'll tell you a story? :p

Do tell me more :cool:

Would you like to sit on my couch lil boy and I'll tell you a story? :p

kimsquit

09-11-2008, 02:46 PM

damn your googling skills, kevin!

:D

:D

dbx

09-11-2008, 02:48 PM

damn your googling skills, kevin!

:D

No Chris, c'mon! Didn't I tell you I was a rocket scientist? :p :D

:D

No Chris, c'mon! Didn't I tell you I was a rocket scientist? :p :D

glwanabe

09-11-2008, 02:49 PM

Using the correct formula:

F = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

and equate with newtons law (F =ma )

ma = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

The masses of the unknown sphere (m) will cancel giving:

a = \frac{GM}{d^2}

Remember this is the only the acceleration of one sphere. As you say you will then consider the vectors (draw a diagram). You can double the force, but you will first have to find the centre of mass of the two known balls, then assume the force acts from that point.

Hope this helps ;)

And I probably should have added: If you find the centre of mass of the two spheres of known mass, it will be the mid point between the two masses. You can then consider the two masses as a single mass of 2 \times 2.18 = 4.36kg , this is the M, the combined mass of the two spheres. d is then the distance from this point to the unknown mass.

What if the mass of the unknown sphere is so great that the other two sphere's have no effect on it, but it has an effect on them? It may act as a gravity well that will drag both of the other two into it.

What if the unknown sphere is actually a black hole?

F = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

and equate with newtons law (F =ma )

ma = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

The masses of the unknown sphere (m) will cancel giving:

a = \frac{GM}{d^2}

Remember this is the only the acceleration of one sphere. As you say you will then consider the vectors (draw a diagram). You can double the force, but you will first have to find the centre of mass of the two known balls, then assume the force acts from that point.

Hope this helps ;)

And I probably should have added: If you find the centre of mass of the two spheres of known mass, it will be the mid point between the two masses. You can then consider the two masses as a single mass of 2 \times 2.18 = 4.36kg , this is the M, the combined mass of the two spheres. d is then the distance from this point to the unknown mass.

What if the mass of the unknown sphere is so great that the other two sphere's have no effect on it, but it has an effect on them? It may act as a gravity well that will drag both of the other two into it.

What if the unknown sphere is actually a black hole?

dbx

09-11-2008, 02:49 PM

Would you like to sit on my couch lil boy and I'll tell you a story? :p

I like how this is starting out. Yes, yes, I'll do it! :eek:

I like how this is starting out. Yes, yes, I'll do it! :eek:

dbx

09-11-2008, 02:52 PM

What if the mass of the unknown sphere is so great that the other two sphere's have no effect on it, but it has an effect on them? It may act as a gravity well that will drag both of the other two into it.

No, no, no. You see, the unknown sphere would be your pecker, and the other two would be your balls. Your theory would only be possible if one were to hang upside down like a bat ;)

What if the unknown sphere is actually a black hole?

Well, sort of. This would be your anus, directly below the two spheres :)

No, no, no. You see, the unknown sphere would be your pecker, and the other two would be your balls. Your theory would only be possible if one were to hang upside down like a bat ;)

What if the unknown sphere is actually a black hole?

Well, sort of. This would be your anus, directly below the two spheres :)

slackdaddy

09-11-2008, 02:55 PM

Using the correct formula:

F = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

and equate with newtons law (F =ma )

ma = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

The masses of the unknown sphere (m) will cancel giving:

a = \frac{GM}{d^2}

Remember this is the only the acceleration of one sphere. As you say you will then consider the vectors (draw a diagram). You can double the force, but you will first have to find the centre of mass of the two known balls, then assume the force acts from that point.

Hope this helps ;)

And I probably should have added: If you find the centre of mass of the two spheres of known mass, it will be the mid point between the two masses. You can then consider the two masses as a single mass of 2 \times 2.18 = 4.36kg , this is the M, the combined mass of the two spheres. d is then the distance from this point to the unknown mass.

The force acts from the center of two balls? Actually the force comes from the rear, the balls are just hanging around.

Hope this helps.

F = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

and equate with newtons law (F =ma )

ma = \frac{GMm}{d^2}

The masses of the unknown sphere (m) will cancel giving:

a = \frac{GM}{d^2}

Remember this is the only the acceleration of one sphere. As you say you will then consider the vectors (draw a diagram). You can double the force, but you will first have to find the centre of mass of the two known balls, then assume the force acts from that point.

Hope this helps ;)

And I probably should have added: If you find the centre of mass of the two spheres of known mass, it will be the mid point between the two masses. You can then consider the two masses as a single mass of 2 \times 2.18 = 4.36kg , this is the M, the combined mass of the two spheres. d is then the distance from this point to the unknown mass.

The force acts from the center of two balls? Actually the force comes from the rear, the balls are just hanging around.

Hope this helps.

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 02:57 PM

I like how this is starting out. Yes, yes, I'll do it! :eek:

Is there a special story that you would like for me to tell? ;)

Is there a special story that you would like for me to tell? ;)

jawter

09-11-2008, 02:58 PM

What if the unknown sphere is actually a black hole?

Even the mass of a feather from a ducks back will effect the most massive of blackholes, its just that the degree of influence is so low it is not worth the time to calculate.

Even the mass of a feather from a ducks back will effect the most massive of blackholes, its just that the degree of influence is so low it is not worth the time to calculate.

kimsquit

09-11-2008, 03:00 PM

No, no, no. You see, the unknown sphere would be your pecker, and the other two would be your balls. Your theory would only be possible if one were to hang upside down like a bat ;)

Well, sort of. This would be your anus, directly below the two spheres :)

The force acts from the center of two balls? Actually the force comes from the rear, the balls are just hanging around.

walking away from this thread with my butt cheeks clenched...

Well, sort of. This would be your anus, directly below the two spheres :)

The force acts from the center of two balls? Actually the force comes from the rear, the balls are just hanging around.

walking away from this thread with my butt cheeks clenched...

glwanabe

09-11-2008, 03:01 PM

The force acts from the center of two balls? Actually the force comes from the rear, the balls are just hanging around.

Hope this helps.

Gravity from an object should be from the center of the object. The strength of the field is relative to it's mass. Two sphere's with equal mass, that are allowed to freely align, should attract to each other.

Yes?

No?

Hope this helps.

Gravity from an object should be from the center of the object. The strength of the field is relative to it's mass. Two sphere's with equal mass, that are allowed to freely align, should attract to each other.

Yes?

No?

dbx

09-11-2008, 03:02 PM

Is there a special story that you would like for me to tell? ;)

I was always fond about the one where the monks ate mushrooms and went to visit Snow White to release their frustrations after tying her up.

I was always fond about the one where the monks ate mushrooms and went to visit Snow White to release their frustrations after tying her up.

phikappa

09-11-2008, 03:05 PM

Let's stop talking about our "spheres" and let's talk about "triangles".

Mkay?

Mkay?

Minotaur

09-11-2008, 03:06 PM

What if the mass of the unknown sphere is so great that the other two sphere's have no effect on it, but it has an effect on them? It may act as a gravity well that will drag both of the other two into it.

What if the unknown sphere is actually a black hole?

I still feel stupid. :(

What if the unknown sphere is actually a black hole?

I still feel stupid. :(

Minotaur

09-11-2008, 03:07 PM

The force acts from the center of two balls? Actually the force comes from the rear, the balls are just hanging around.

Hope this helps.

And it's not teh ghey until the balls touch.

Hope this helps.

And it's not teh ghey until the balls touch.

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 03:07 PM

I was always fond about the one where the monks ate mushrooms and went to visit Snow White to release their frustrations after tying her up.

Monks or dwarfs? Because IM not sure if I can handle seven..uumm, I mean I want to get the story straight ;)

Monks or dwarfs? Because IM not sure if I can handle seven..uumm, I mean I want to get the story straight ;)

dbx

09-11-2008, 03:07 PM

Let's stop talking about our "spheres" and let's talk about "triangles".

Mkay?

Should we discuss: Pythagoras' Theorem, Right Angled triangles, Proof that a Triangle has 180?, or Pythagorean? Just sayin'.............

Mkay?

Should we discuss: Pythagoras' Theorem, Right Angled triangles, Proof that a Triangle has 180?, or Pythagorean? Just sayin'.............

dbx

09-11-2008, 03:08 PM

Monks or dwarfs? Because IM not sure if I can handle seven..uumm, I mean I want to get the story straight ;)

Oh, don't worry. Only three monks actually had their way...while the others tied up the dwarfs and made them watch ;)

Oh, don't worry. Only three monks actually had their way...while the others tied up the dwarfs and made them watch ;)

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 03:10 PM

Oh, don't worry. Only three monks actually had their way...while the others tied up the dwarfs and made them watch ;)

Are you monk or dwarf?

Are you monk or dwarf?

Minotaur

09-11-2008, 03:10 PM

Should we discuss: Pythagoras' Theorem, Right Angled triangles, Proof that a Triangle has 180?, or Pythagorean? Just sayin'.............

The only triangle I'm interested in is the one that signals dinner is ready.

The only triangle I'm interested in is the one that signals dinner is ready.

glwanabe

09-11-2008, 03:10 PM

Even the mass of a feather from a ducks back will effect the most massive of blackholes, its just that the degree of influence is so low it is not worth the time to calculate.

I would be interested to see your source on that information.

Black holes do not even allow light to escape from them. That is until they have decayed to the point tha they have used there energy up.

Stephen hawking had unique theory about black holes, alternate universes, and energy.

I would be interested to see your source on that information.

Black holes do not even allow light to escape from them. That is until they have decayed to the point tha they have used there energy up.

Stephen hawking had unique theory about black holes, alternate universes, and energy.

slackdaddy

09-11-2008, 03:10 PM

Let's stop talking about our "spheres" and let's talk about "triangles".

Mkay?

I guess you don't want to hear about my obelisk either, do you?

Mkay?

I guess you don't want to hear about my obelisk either, do you?

phikappa

09-11-2008, 03:11 PM

Should we discuss: Pythagoras' Theorem, Right Angled triangles, Proof that a Triangle has 180?, or Pythagorean? Just sayin'.............

Dunno. Was Pythagoras shaved?

Dunno. Was Pythagoras shaved?

Minotaur

09-11-2008, 03:12 PM

I guess you don't want to hear about my obelisk either, do you?

I'm not even going there. :eek:

I'm not even going there. :eek:

phikappa

09-11-2008, 03:12 PM

I guess you don't want to hear about my obelisk either, do you?

Hey buddy, keep your obelisk in your pocket.

Hey buddy, keep your obelisk in your pocket.

dbx

09-11-2008, 03:13 PM

Are you monk or dwarf?

Just a professor, but I like to play monk every now and then. Besides, it's a much better view.

Dunno. Was Pythagoras shaved?

I dunno, you tell me :confused:

Just a professor, but I like to play monk every now and then. Besides, it's a much better view.

Dunno. Was Pythagoras shaved?

I dunno, you tell me :confused:

dbx

09-11-2008, 03:14 PM

Hey buddy, keep your obelisk in your pocket.

X100 I don't even wanna see that! :eek:

X100 I don't even wanna see that! :eek:

slackdaddy

09-11-2008, 03:18 PM

Should we discuss: Pythagoras' Theorem, Right Angled triangles, Proof that a Triangle has 180?, or Pythagorean? Just sayin'.............

A2 +B2 =C2 gets useds often around here. Thanks Pythagora

A2 +B2 =C2 gets useds often around here. Thanks Pythagora

dbx

09-11-2008, 03:24 PM

Are you monk or dwarf?

C'mon cutey, I know a game you'd be good at :cool:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/dbx/JustKidding.jpg

C'mon cutey, I know a game you'd be good at :cool:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/dbx/JustKidding.jpg

phikappa

09-11-2008, 03:36 PM

Where the hell is this Rosco mofo?

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 03:36 PM

[QUOTE=dbx;218091971]Just a professor, but I like to play monk every now and then. Besides, it's a much better view.

I didn't know there was a professor in that story or are you the professor in Gilligains Island?

I didn't know there was a professor in that story or are you the professor in Gilligains Island?

johnnyironboard

09-11-2008, 03:40 PM

Go!

1. Which OTC pain reliever do you recommend? Tylenol,Motrin, or Alleve.

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieritic

1. Which OTC pain reliever do you recommend? Tylenol,Motrin, or Alleve.

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieritic

kimsquit

09-11-2008, 03:43 PM

1. Which OTC pain reliever do you recommend? Tylenol,Motrin, or Alleve.midol

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieriticleeches

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieriticleeches

gbg

09-11-2008, 03:52 PM

1. Which OTC pain reliever do you recommend? Tylenol,Motrin, or Alleve.

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieritic

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b84/onebethtildeath/0bed23fd.gif should take care of both symptoms

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieritic

http://i17.photobucket.com/albums/b84/onebethtildeath/0bed23fd.gif should take care of both symptoms

dbx

09-11-2008, 04:11 PM

I didn't know there was a professor in that story or are you the professor in Gilligains Island?

No, but I will be if you'll play Mary Anne :)

No, but I will be if you'll play Mary Anne :)

gbg

09-11-2008, 04:13 PM

No, but I will be if you'll play Mary Anne :)

What's going on Kevin?? not getting any again ;)

What's going on Kevin?? not getting any again ;)

RoscoPico

09-11-2008, 04:13 PM

1. Which OTC pain reliever do you recommend? Tylenol,Motrin, or Alleve.

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieritic

1. Depends

2. Depends

2. What is better for high blood pressure? ACE, BETA, or dieritic

1. Depends

2. Depends

slackdaddy

09-11-2008, 04:20 PM

1. Depends

2. Depends

Your answers are leaving a little something to be desired.

2. Depends

Your answers are leaving a little something to be desired.

rpaul11

09-11-2008, 04:22 PM

What's going on Kevin?? not getting any still ;)

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Fixed

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Fixed

rpaul11

09-11-2008, 04:23 PM

are there any viable joint relieve meds such as glucosamine, condroitin, or MSM that can be taken while on Warfarin?

dbx

09-11-2008, 04:23 PM

What's going on Kevin?? not getting any again ;)

Not from Mary Anne, that's for damn sure :D

Not from Mary Anne, that's for damn sure :D

dbx

09-11-2008, 04:24 PM

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Fixed

Sorry to have stolen your girlfriend for an hour or so :p

Fixed

Sorry to have stolen your girlfriend for an hour or so :p

rpaul11

09-11-2008, 04:26 PM

Sorry to have stolen your girlfriend for an hour or so :p

ah...you can keep her...she's overrated :D

ah...you can keep her...she's overrated :D

maryinmesquite

09-11-2008, 04:27 PM

Not from Mary Anne, that's for damn sure :D

that is my name but with out an e

that is my name but with out an e

dbx

09-11-2008, 04:28 PM

ah...you can keep her...she's overrated :D

But it took you 2mths of non-stop banter to come to this conclusion?:confused:

But it took you 2mths of non-stop banter to come to this conclusion?:confused:

rpaul11

09-11-2008, 04:29 PM

But it took you 2mths of non-stop banter to come to this conclusion?:confused:

Not nonstop...I sleep :p

Not nonstop...I sleep :p

dbx

09-11-2008, 04:29 PM

that is my name but with out an e

OK, I'm convinced that you'll do just fine. Besides, what's an E? Pfft!

OK, I'm convinced that you'll do just fine. Besides, what's an E? Pfft!

Mark1T

09-11-2008, 04:34 PM

Are you ever going to start lifting weights?

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 04:35 PM

No, but I will be if you'll play Mary Anne :)

I just need the wig, unless you like blondes? :p

I just need the wig, unless you like blondes? :p

RoscoPico

09-11-2008, 04:42 PM

hey, i thought this was my thread.

phikappa

09-11-2008, 04:53 PM

hey, i thought this was my thread.

Well hello sunshine! You've got some questions to answer.

Well hello sunshine! You've got some questions to answer.

MalibuDebi1972

09-11-2008, 04:54 PM

hey, i thought this was my thread.

I asked a question and you never answered it.

I asked a question and you never answered it.

RoscoPico

09-11-2008, 04:55 PM

Well hello sunshine! You've got some questions to answer.

why you calling me sunshine?

why you calling me sunshine?

RoscoPico

09-11-2008, 04:56 PM

Will I win a huge lottery anytime soon? :p

wut?

wut?

chodan9

09-11-2008, 06:39 PM

whats your workout like?

kimsquit

09-11-2008, 06:57 PM

why you calling me sunshine?hey! we're asking the questions here!! :mad:

;)

;)

RoscoPico

09-12-2008, 03:14 AM

whats your workout like?

i am doing this at the moment:

DAY 1

Incline DB Press 5X5

Standing DB Arnold Press (s) 10-8-6

DB Side Laterals (s) 12-10-8

DB Front Laterals (s) 12-10-8

Close Grip DB Press 12-10-8

Tricep Press Down 12-10-8

ABS

Day 2

Deadlift 12-10-8

Wide Grip Row 12-10-8

Wide Grip Pull Up 5X5

Bent Over Close Grip BB Row 12-10-8

Close Grip Pull Up 5X5

DB Hammer Curl 12-10-8

ABS

Day 3

Squat 12-10-8

Leg Press 12-10-8

Leg Curl 12-10-8

Calf Raise 12-10-8

ABS

i am doing this at the moment:

DAY 1

Incline DB Press 5X5

Standing DB Arnold Press (s) 10-8-6

DB Side Laterals (s) 12-10-8

DB Front Laterals (s) 12-10-8

Close Grip DB Press 12-10-8

Tricep Press Down 12-10-8

ABS

Day 2

Deadlift 12-10-8

Wide Grip Row 12-10-8

Wide Grip Pull Up 5X5

Bent Over Close Grip BB Row 12-10-8

Close Grip Pull Up 5X5

DB Hammer Curl 12-10-8

ABS

Day 3

Squat 12-10-8

Leg Press 12-10-8

Leg Curl 12-10-8

Calf Raise 12-10-8

ABS

Tyrbolift

09-12-2008, 03:43 AM

Do you like Anne Murray or Celine Dion?

ntrllftr

09-12-2008, 03:56 AM

When is your date with Do_something to get matching tattoos?

ntrllftr

09-12-2008, 03:59 AM

Or did you already get it??? :eek:

Arlecchino

09-12-2008, 04:02 AM

If a chicken and a half can lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how long would it take a grasshopper with wooden leg to kick all the seeds out of a dill pickle?

RoscoPico

09-12-2008, 04:33 AM

If a chicken and a half can lay an egg and a half in a day and a half, how long would it take a grasshopper with wooden leg to kick all the seeds out of a dill pickle?

fo fiddy

fo fiddy

dbx

09-12-2008, 06:12 AM

When is your date with Do_something to get matching tattoos?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/dbx/Rainbows.jpg

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v509/dbx/Rainbows.jpg

djl_ottawa

09-12-2008, 06:23 AM

who would you kill first, Anne Murray or Celine Dion?

Fixed it.

Fixed it.

uncleroman

09-12-2008, 07:58 AM

how many marbles can i hold in my mouth?

chrisbute

09-12-2008, 08:16 AM

Remember the Nordiques? Do you miss them?

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g217/svenjayne/Masks/hextallqn90.jpg

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g217/svenjayne/Masks/hextallqn90.jpg

RoscoPico

09-12-2008, 08:20 AM

how many marbles can i hold in my mouth?

2 - your fathers

2 - your fathers

RoscoPico

09-12-2008, 08:21 AM

Remember the Nordiques? Do you miss them?

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g217/svenjayne/Masks/hextallqn90.jpg

yep. nope

http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g217/svenjayne/Masks/hextallqn90.jpg

yep. nope

djl_ottawa

09-12-2008, 08:27 AM

If I wanted to PIITB, should I go with cheap lube, or go all out and buy the expensive stuff? To show how much I care.

RoscoPico

09-12-2008, 08:28 AM

If I wanted to PIITB, should I go with cheap lube, or go all out and buy the expensive stuff? To show how much I care.

ask your mother

ask your mother

gbg

09-12-2008, 08:33 AM

you have great verbal skills for a MD....say a word about my mother or father and I'll take you out of your misery! :eek:

SP1966

09-12-2008, 08:34 AM

My daughter needs help with her homework and I am to busy neglecting her, can you help?

Alec, Brett, and Chris each purchased parts for their skateboards at the sports store. Alec and Brett wanted to build new skateboards, so they each needed to purchase a deck, trucks, bearings, and wheels. Chris needed new wheels only. The store offers a 10% discount for purchases over $250, so the boys decided to pay for all the parts together to qualify for the discount. Altogether, the boys spent $266.40.

The clues below reflect the price of the items before the discount is applied.

* The combined cost of all the bearings for the 2 boys was $1 more than the deck for Alec’s skateboard.

* They each bought the same kinds of wheels. Altogether, they spent $75 for the 3 sets of wheels. Each set contained 4 wheels.

* The total cost of the bearings came to $24 less than the total cost of the wheels.

* Alec spent $5 more for his deck than Brett spent for his. However, Brett spent $5 more on trucks than Alec.

* Brett spent $3 more on bearings than twice the amount Alec spent on bearings.

What was the total amount each spent after the 10% discount?

Alec, Brett, and Chris each purchased parts for their skateboards at the sports store. Alec and Brett wanted to build new skateboards, so they each needed to purchase a deck, trucks, bearings, and wheels. Chris needed new wheels only. The store offers a 10% discount for purchases over $250, so the boys decided to pay for all the parts together to qualify for the discount. Altogether, the boys spent $266.40.

The clues below reflect the price of the items before the discount is applied.

* The combined cost of all the bearings for the 2 boys was $1 more than the deck for Alec’s skateboard.

* They each bought the same kinds of wheels. Altogether, they spent $75 for the 3 sets of wheels. Each set contained 4 wheels.

* The total cost of the bearings came to $24 less than the total cost of the wheels.

* Alec spent $5 more for his deck than Brett spent for his. However, Brett spent $5 more on trucks than Alec.

* Brett spent $3 more on bearings than twice the amount Alec spent on bearings.

What was the total amount each spent after the 10% discount?

SP1966

09-12-2008, 08:35 AM

you have great verbal skills for a MD....say a word about my mother or father and I'll take you out of your misery! :eek:

I'll bet your mom is HOT! :D

Technically that was six words...

I'll bet your mom is HOT! :D

Technically that was six words...

ntrllftr

09-12-2008, 09:09 AM

why U ignor my ?'s

why you checkin my bodyspace page??

Lookin to see if i have a rainbow tat???

:D

why you checkin my bodyspace page??

Lookin to see if i have a rainbow tat???

:D

gbg

09-12-2008, 09:11 AM

why U ignor my ?'s

why you checkin my bodyspace page??

Lookin to see if i have a rainbow tat???

:D

he's hot for you! lookin and playin......

why you checkin my bodyspace page??

Lookin to see if i have a rainbow tat???

:D

he's hot for you! lookin and playin......

ntrllftr

09-12-2008, 09:13 AM

he's hot for you! lookin and playin......

Thats explains the tat he got with his friend. :eek: ;) :D lol

Thats explains the tat he got with his friend. :eek: ;) :D lol

rockeo

09-12-2008, 10:20 AM

whats the matter w/ matter ........