**C**=**K**(Rr/R-r) Divide both sides by**K**:**C**...by (R-r): (R-r)(**C**/**K**) = Rr Distribute**C**/**K**: CR/**K**-Cr/**K**= Rr Subtract Rr...4 Answers · Education & Reference · 05/10/2009

... Cara Cassidy You can use alot of the

**C**names with a**K**.. For Example: Karley Kourtney Kori...26 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/05/2009

Use the Quotient Rule. = [1-e^(-alpha(u)] [

**k**+(**c**)(lamba)] - [**k**+(**c**)(lamda)(u)) (-e^(-alpha(u)) (-alpha)] / (1-e^(-alpha)(u)]^2 Note...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/03/2008

**C**=**k**/ (m(1 -**k**)) cross multiply Cm(1 -**k**) =**k**distribute LHS Cm - Cmk =**k**add Cmk to both sides Cm =**k**+ Cmk factor Cm =**k**(1 + Cm) divide both sides by (1...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/08/2008

Increasing 1 degree

**C**would be an increase of 1.8 degree F and 1**K**(**C**and**K**are the same magnitude). So degrees F are the biggest, and the other two are the same.1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/02/2013

**K**&**C**means Kiss and Cry. This is where the ...3 Answers · Sports · 09/02/2011

Li,

**K**, Cs ,= 1 valence electron. Be, Mg, Ca,Ba= 2 valence electrons. USE the periodic table!2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/04/2009

... very nice and other are not Knight of Columbus (

**K**of**C**) It's a Catholic Men club Some have rental...3 Answers · Family & Relationships · 01/02/2011

Do you mean y = asin[

**k**(x -**c**)] + d? y = asin[**k**(x -**c**)] + d Subtract both sides by d: y...d)/a)/**k**Finally, add both sides by**c**: x = arcsin((y - d)/a)/**k**+**c**I hope this helps!1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 25/02/2011

**K**.**C**. spaniels just look so girly that LaLa seems like a good name...2 Answers · Pets · 02/02/2011