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  • Waiting for answer How do you convert from vertex form to intercept form of ##y...

    The representation of the original function in intercept form is ##y=-(x-2)(x-6)## Intercept form of a quadratic function, by definition, is a form ##y=k(x-alpha)(x-beta)## It's call...

  • Waiting for answer What do red blood cells do?

    They help to carry oxygen RBC have haemoglobin that carries oxygen in the human body and helps which serves as the breathe which we take in day by dag

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the square root of 80?

    ##80=4*20=4*4*5## ##sqrt80=sqrt4sqrt4sqrt5=2*2*sqrt5=4sqrt5## (Or do you want a decimal approximation?)

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of solute?

    A solute could be Kool Aid crystals (in water) or even perfume (in air). A solution is composed of a being dissolved in a . If you make Kool Aid. The powder of Kool Aid crystals...

  • Waiting for answer When and where does anaerobic respiration occur in humans?

    It happens when there is not enough oxygen getting to the cells for respiration, in every living cell. Anaerobic respiration is a type of respiration that does not use oxygen. It is...

  • Waiting for answer What is 1 over 2 to the 5th power?

    ##1/32## or ##0.03125## There are two ways to consider/evaluate this. One: ##("1/2")^5 = (1/2) * (1/2) * (1/2) * (1/2) * (1/2)## Two: ##(1/2^5)## Either way, in the end you get...

  • Waiting for answer A cheetah can run at a speed of 75 miles per hour and can su...

    ##110 (ft)/s## ##75 ((mi)/h) xx 5280 ((ft)/(mi)) xx 1/3600(h/s)## Cancelling the units leaves an answer in ft/s.

  • Waiting for answer How do you write formula units?

    You follow a systematic process to write formula units. Identify the symbol of the cation and the anion. Identify the charge of each ion and place it as a superscript above the symbol. Calculate the numbers of each ion that make the total charge equal to zero. Place these numbers as su...

  • Waiting for answer Explain in easy words. What does degenerate orbitals mean?

    Degenerate means that they have the same energy. ##ns## orbitals cannot be degenerate with respect to themselves because there is only one ##ns## orbital for a given ##n##. Degeneracy is defined for a selection of orbitals that are equal in energy, irrespective of quantum number, but they must b...

  • Waiting for answer How many 250 ml bottles can be filled from 400 liters of wat...

    ##1600## such bottles Each liter of liquid is equivalent to ##1000## ##ml##. Hence in each liter, we have ##1000/250=(4cancel(1000))/(1cancel(250))## or four (##4##) ##250## ##ml##...

  • Waiting for answer Where does the Calvin cycle take place?

    Stroma Calvin cycle or C 3 cycle takes place in the stroma or matrix of chloroplast.

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of domain archaea?

    is a diverse that includes Staphylothermus marinus, which is found in hydrothermal vents, Thermococcus litoralis (also found in hydrothermal vents), Methanopyrus kandleri , which is a hyperthermophile (survives in extremely hot places), and Cenarchaeum symbiosum , which lives only inside a certa...

  • Waiting for answer What is the order of magnitude of a football field?

    are used for comparison of measures, not for a single measure... One order of magnitude is roughly one power of ##10## in ratio. For example, the length of a football field is the...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between molecular mass and formula ma...

    For term formula mass is used, while for molecular term molecular mass is used. Sum of atomic masses of all the atoms as present in empirical or simple formula of a compound is cal...

  • Waiting for answer If enough of a monoprotic acid is dissolved in water to prod...

    ##K_a = 5.3 * 10^(-11)## The idea here is that you need to use the of the solution to determine the concentration of hydronium ions, ##"H"_3"O"^(+)##, that is required in order for...

  • Waiting for answer What is the derivative of ##e^(lnx)##?

    This is a classic problem in calculus, one that appears to require an exponential derivative but instead can be made incredibly easy using simple algebra and then differentiation. In Algebra II, we learn that because ##e^x## and ##lnx## are inverses, ##e^lna=a## (the e and natural log offset each o...

  • Waiting for answer Why are sedimentary rocks the only rock type to contain foss...

    Well, as you know there are three types of rock. There are , and . Let's think about all of them and why some can contain , but the other can't. But first of all what is a fossil? Fossils are organic products which are preserved in the Earth's crust. This means that the fossil is usually formed on...

  • Waiting for answer Why is nuclear fission considered nonrenewable energy?

    Nuclear fission is considered to be nonrenewable energy because it involves uranium, a non-renewable resource, being mined and extracted from its ore. We will run out of it just as we will run out of coal, gas and oil. Uranium-235, the primary fuel for nuclear power, has an abundance of 0.7% perc...

  • Waiting for answer What is buoyancy?

    Buoyancy is the upward force acting on an object. For example if you see cork floating on water. Now why does cork floats on water? It floats on water because the density of cork i...

  • Waiting for answer How many stars have been observed in our solar system?

    Sun is the only star in our solar system. Rest are planets, satellites, comets, asteroids, meteors etc. If you misunderstand mliky way for solar system the answer is 200 billion star...

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