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  • Waiting for answer An isosceles trapezoid has bases of length 23 and 12 centim...

    ##205.9sq.cm## Area of trapezium=##1/2(a+b)h=((a+b)h)/2## Where ##a and b=parall####e####l## ##sides,h=height## Now in an isoceles trapezium the legs are equal ,and in this case th...

  • Waiting for answer In the reaction of aluminum bromide with ionized sodium brom...

    In other words you ask which is the electron pair acceptor. Clearly, it is aluminum. The Lewis concept of acidity designates acids as electron pair acceptors, and bases as electro...

  • Waiting for answer How does the first law of thermodynamics apply to photosynth...

    In photosynthesis - light is converted into chemical energy which proves First law of thermodynamics states that the energy can neither be created nor be destroyed, it can only be...

  • Waiting for answer What properties of water make it the universal solvent?

    The term "universal solvent" suggests that water can dissolve anything. Since I'm currently sitting at my desk with a bottle of water next to me, clearly this is not the case. However, water is a pretty good solvent, and dissolves lots of stuff. The secret to its solvation abilities is its high p...

  • Waiting for answer How are cellular respiration and photosynthesis dependent on...

    Without photosynthesis there would be no glucose or oxygen for respiration. Without respiration there would be no carbon dioxide for photosynthesis. Cellular respiration is the proc...

  • Waiting for answer What is a proper compound noun?

    A compound noun is made up of two or more nouns A compound noun is a noun that is made up of two or more words. Most compound  in English are formed by nouns modified by other nouns...

  • Waiting for answer Who said "Give me liberty or give me death!"?

    Patrick Henry Patrick Henry said this famous quote during the Virginia Convention (1775) when a majority of Founding Fathers were discussing American rebellion against the British.

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of facultative anaerobes?

    Facultative anaerobes can live with or without oxygen and because of that, they can be found in many places and not all are . An example of a facultative anaerobe is E. colibacteria (E. Coli), which is found in the large intestine of vertebrates, such as humans. B. anthracisis a non-motile facult...

  • Waiting for answer What is an example of potential energy in nature?

    Water fall have lot of potential as water at high level have more potential energy. This can be extracted by building dam and hydro, house.

  • Waiting for answer Why do girls have their periods?

    If the egg don't get fertilized within the specific time, period occurs. When a young woman enters puberty, the body begins to get ready for the reproduction of a new life. The uter...

  • Waiting for answer How many people have been to the moon?

    12 The Apollo program sent 12 people to land on the moon during the Apollo 11,12,14,15,16 and 17 missions. While each mission had 3 people, there was always one that waited in orbit....

  • Waiting for answer In the coordinate plane, three vertices of rectangle HIJK ar...

    ##(e,d)## If it is a rectangle then ##K =H+ (I-H)+(K-H)=I+K-H=(e,d)##

  • Waiting for answer The correct order of increasing bond angle in the following...

    I got a questionable result, based on two sources giving me borderline bond angles. ##stackrel(117.40^@)overbrace("ClO"_2) stackrel(~~111^@)overbrace("ClO"_2^(-)) stackrel(110.88^@)overbrace("Cl"_2"O"),## if the bond angle in ##"ClO"_2^(-)## is about ##111^@##. ##stackrel(117.40^@)overbrac...

  • Waiting for answer How do you calculate the oxidation number of an element in a...

    You assign to the elements in a compound by using the Rules for Oxidation Numbers. The oxidation number of a free element is always 0. The oxidation number of a monatomic ion...

  • Waiting for answer How is mutualism similar to and different from commensalism?...

    Both mutualism and commensalism involve a close relationship between two organisms where at least one of them benefits. In mutualism, both organisms benefit while in commensalism one benefits and the other is unaffected....

  • Waiting for answer Is alcoholism genetic?

    it is not genetic your alcohol tolerance may somehow be genetic, but your addiction to alcohol or your alcoholism is related to your state of mind. whether it makes you happy, relie...

  • Waiting for answer What causes a kidney infection?

    Kidney infections usually occur when bacteria enter your urinary tract through the urethra. Bacteria from an infection anywhere in your body can spread through-out your bloodstream...

  • Waiting for answer How do you exactly do gravimetric stoichiometry?

    Gravimetric stoichiometry is the branch of stoichiometry that deals with using the mass of one substance to calculate the mass of another substance in a chemical reaction. For exam...

  • Waiting for answer Stalactites and stalagmites are usually made up of the miner...

    In caves where water doesn't flow, the stalactites and stalagmites form. So the Calcite is saved from being dissolved. Stalactites: When water carrying soluble minerals fall drop b...

  • Waiting for answer Why are aromatic rings hydrophobic?

    An aromatic ring is composed of relatively non-polar ##C-C## and ##C-H## bonds, which are not effectively solvated by water. The electronegativity difference between ##C## and ##H#...

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