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Waiting for answer What is the definition of waxing moon and waning moon?
What we see: Gradual increase of sunlit surface of the Moon, from New Moon (zero sunlit surface of Moon/) to Full Moon (whole disk sunlit) is called waxing. The opposite is waning....
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Waiting for answer What is the formula when two exponentialdecay processes tak...
The formula is ##N_t = N_0e^((λ_1 + λ_2)t)##. For a single decay mode, the formula for decay rate is ##(dN)/(dt) = λN## If there are two different simultaneous decay processes, the total decay rate is the sum of the two processes. ##(dN)/(dt) = λ_1N + λ_2N = (λ_1 + λ_2)N## On integration, t...
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Waiting for answer What is the simplest radical form of 53?
Do you want to simplify ##sqrt(53)## ? What prime factors divide 53? 53 itself looks prime to me. In order to simplify ##53## and then take the square root, you have to be abl...
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Waiting for answer Why and how does the skeletal system interact with the diges...
The interacts with the in such a way that the skeletal system takes its calcium and phosphorus supply from the digestive system. The skeletal system cannot produce its own calcium...
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Waiting for answer What is transpiration in a plant?
it is the loss of water from the leaves through the stomata
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Waiting for answer What is the Least common Denominator (LCD) of 7/8 and 1/6?
24. Since you're only looking for the denominator, you can ignore the numerators for now and focus and the 8 and the 6. This works just like LCM (least common multiple): find the fi...
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Waiting for answer What is a casparian strip made of?
The endodermis of the plant root system possess a woody and corky band, called the casparian strip, around all the cell walls except those facing toward the axis and stem. The endodermis with its casparian strips may function in regulating the flow of water and nutrients. Their presence generate...
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Waiting for answer What is weathering and how is it different from erosion?
is a slow, continuous process that affects all substances exposed to . It is the breaking down of rocks and other materials on the . Erosion is the process by which weathered rock and soil particles are moved from one place to another.
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Waiting for answer What is the difference between continuous data and discrete...
The main difference is that continuous data are measurable, and discrete data can have only certain values. They may be countable. Examples of continuous :** Height, weight, income are measurable and can have any value. Examples of discrete : Actually there are two kinds of discrete data:Countab...
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Waiting for answer How do you convert 4.00 inches to meters?
##4## inches are equivalent to ##0.1016## meters. Each inch is equivalent to ##2.54## ##cms.## Hence ##4## inches are equivalent to ##4xx2.54=10.16## ##cms.## But as each meter is...
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Waiting for answer Are diffusion and osmosis types of active transport?
No  diffusion]( are examples of passive transport Diffusion is the movement of particles from areas of high concentration to areas of lower concentration. This is described as m...
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Waiting for answer What do prokaryotic and eucariotic cells have in common?
Prokaryotic Cell "Pro" is from a Greek word meaning "Before" and "Karyon" means "Nucleus". Prokaryotic cell lack a proper well defined nucleus with a nuclear membrane that is why the genetic material becomes dispersed inside the cell. The whole organism is composed of a single cell. These cell la...
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Waiting for answer What is ##3 (  3 6\times 7)##?
48 ##3(3color(red)(6xx7))=## ##3color(red)((342))=## ##3color(red)((45))=## ##3+45=48## In each line I marked the next operation in red. Original answer: (36x7)=45 3...
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Waiting for answer How do you calculate ##antilog 0.3010 ##?
##anti log 0.3010 = 10^(0.3010) ~~ 2## The function: ##f(x) = 10^x## is one to one and strictly monotonically increasing on its ##(oo, oo)##, with ##(0, oo)## It therefore ha...
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Waiting for answer Is octane a polar molecule and does it have an attraction fo...
No, octane is a . Octane (##C_8H_18##) is a hydrocarbon, an organic compound consisting entirely of carbon and hydrogen atoms. SInce a polar molecule must have polar bonds, let's look at the of the ##C""H## bond in order to determine if octane could be considered polar. is determined using th...
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Waiting for answer How does carbon dating work?
Carbon dating works by determining the amount of carbon14 in archeological artifacts of a biological origin. All living things take in carbon. When they die, they stop taking in new carbon. The ratio of carbon12 to carbon14 at the moment of death is the same for every living thing. But the car...
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Waiting for answer What is the function of an axon?
To relay a signal from the nerve cell body to the axon terminal. The axon is the "tail" You see in most diagrams of a nerve cell. It acts as the wire in which a nerve signal flows.
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Waiting for answer How do you solve ##ln(x^2)=16##?
I found: ##x=e^8=2,980.95## We can use the property of the logs that allows you to take out the exponent of the argument and place it as multiplier in front of the log to get: ##2ln...
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Waiting for answer What are characteristics that appear in recent parts of a li...
Ancestral traits. There are a few possible terms, but this is one of the more general and all encompassing.
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