# doolas

### How do I insulate a hermit crab terrarium heating pad without using too much money?

Its been a pretty cold winter so far and the temperatures haven't been consistent for my hermit crab so I'm wanting to insulate my heating pads so that the heat they produce is directed to inside of the glass tank tank where it lives instead of being sapped to the surrounding air.

2 AnswersReptiles8 months ago### I m trying to find out on how to insulate the heating pads I m using for my hermit crab. I don t know what material to use, help please?

I have two heating pads attached externally on the sides of my 20 gallon tank to heat up temperatures for my hermit crab. One of them is 4 watts and since the other one feels about the same temperature to the touch I can only assume that it is 4 watts too. The temperature inside isn t warm enough for it so I m trying to make it warmer without buying too many pads and wasting electricity when all I d have to do is insulate the heating pads and the majority of the heat they produce is directed to the inside of the tank.

3 AnswersMaintenance & Repairs8 months ago### Where is the super speed usb port located at on a computer tower? Mine is fairly new.?

I need to get transfer speeds quicker with by portable hard drives since they have large files on them.

4 AnswersAdd-ons10 months ago### Do surge protectors lose their ability to protect even if they aren't hit by surges?

For you information, I know if they absorb surges, over time they will no longer be effective.

1 AnswerPolitics12 months ago### I can't remove my email from Facebook. I tried to fix it, but it doesn't work. How do it fix it?!?

I try to do what it says, but it doesn't work. Online and it says:

Click in the top right corner of Facebook.

Click Settings, the click Contact in the General tab.

Click Remove next to the email you'd like to remove. If you've clicked Remove next to the wrong email, you can click Undo to keep the email.

Click Save Changes.

Facebook1 year ago### I'm new to java so I don't understand a lot of the concepts withn it. What does it mean when directions say to do an action then compile it?

I'm using a java and eclipse IDE to do my homework in.

2 AnswersProgramming & Design2 years ago### Does anyone have any advice on how I can overcome a sound sensitivity condition, one where I become nauseous at even the most common sounds?

I had a traumatic brain injury 8 years ago and I developed hyperacusis a year ago. I've seen many doctors and audiologists and I'm currently being fitted for custom earplugs with filters, so I can become desensitized to normal sounds. I'm looking for advice, especially from someone who has witnessed or has been through this situation. This has been quite stressful on my life and I'm looking for a way to help return it to normal. I would extremely appreciate any well meaning advice or help to remedy my situation.

1 AnswerPsychology3 years ago### I was told before a doctor moved away that she thinks I have "spinal trigeminal nucleus caudalis." I can't find this condition online?!?

I was in a car accident to cause this and I'm trying to find more information about it as I don't know what this condition is about. All I know is that it has to do with my spine being twisted. Can someone please helpme out because I would appreciate it. Thank you!

5 AnswersMedicine3 years ago### I've always had trouble with the chain rule. The derivative of 1/cuberoot(729) is -1/(3(216)(cuberoot√729)), but I don't know why?

This a linear approximation problem. I use the formula L(x)=f(a)+f'(a)(x-a). The equation the give you is 1/cuberoot(730).

For the chain rule I use I use is f'(g(x))*g'(x).

2 AnswersMathematics3 years ago### I'm trying to solve a trig problem involving R=V^2(sin(2θ)/g. Can someone please help? I appreciate any assistance.?

The horizontal distance that a projectile will travel in the air is given by the equation Upper R equals v0^2 times sine 2 theta divided by g. Where v 0 is the initial velocity of the projectile, theta is the angle of elevation, and g is the acceleration due to gravity (9.8 meters per seconds squared).

I'm stuck at the point where I get towards the end of the equation and theta is equal to 1.162... But I need to convert it into an angle. This is primarily where I need help.

2 AnswersMathematics4 years ago### I'm not sure how to solve this trigonometry word problem involving a roped up dog? Can you say how you came to the answer? Please help!?

A dog is attached to a 15ft rope fastened to the outside corner of a fenced-in garden measuring 10x16ft. Assuming that the dog cannot enter the garden, compute the exact area that the dog can wander.

I've tried subtracting the smaller sector (.5^2)(15^2)(1.5╥), from the larger sector (.5)(5^2)(.5╥) and came to 162.5╥, but its not correct...

1 AnswerMathematics4 years ago### Not sure how I'm supposed to come up with the theta value in this equation, A=(1/2)(r^2)(Θ) given the following word problem?

A dog is attached to a 15ft rope fastened to the outside corner of a fenced-in garden measuring 10x16ft. Assuming that the dog cannot enter the garden, compute the exact area that the dog can wander.

2 AnswersMathematics4 years ago### I'm not sure how to solve this trigonometry word problem involving a roped up dog? I need to figure out where he can wander. Please help!?

A dog is attached to a 15ft rope fastened to the outside corner of a fenced-in garden measuring 10x16ft. Assuming that the dog cannot enter the garden, compute the exact area that the dog can wander.

I'm also not sure as to how to come up with the theta I'm supposed to use in the formula A=(1/2)(r^2)(Θ)? Knowing this is vital to me solving the problem.

Thank you very much for helping!

2 AnswersMathematics4 years ago### I'm not sure how to solve this trigonometry word problem involving a roped up dog? I need to figure out where he can wander. Please help!?

A dog is attached to a 15ft rope fastened to the outside corner of a fenced-in garden measuring 10x16ft. Assuming that the dog cannot enter the garden, compute the exact area that the dog can wander. Thank you very much for helping!

2 AnswersMathematics4 years ago### Bike wheel diameter is 28 inches. You travel at speed of 35 mph, through how many revolutions per minute are the wheels turning?

I first convert 35 mph to inches per minute. I then use the formula w=v/r to get radians over minute. I then convert to revolutions per minute. I don't know what I'm doing wrong? Can someone please help? Thank you!

2 AnswersMathematics4 years ago### A household's monthly water bill is a linear function of the amount of water usage (in HCF, hundreds of cubic feet). Help please?

When graphed, the function gives a line with a slope of 1.45.

If the monthly cost for 17 HCF is $45.33, what is the monthly cost for 12 HCF?

I think this problem is harder than it seems, I think I have to use y=mx+b.

4 AnswersMathematics4 years ago