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  • Waiting for answer How does a convergent boundary differ from a divergent bound...

    Convergent plate boundaries caused by regional compressional tectonic forces like but divergent plate boundaries caused by tensile tectonic forces. Convergent plate boundaries are as...

  • Waiting for answer What is cytoplasm?

    Cytoplasm is a thick, highly organized solution contained inside cells. Cytoplasm is the thick solution contained in cells, mainly composed of water, salts and . It also appears to h...

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the vertex of a parabola ##g(x) = x^2 - 4x +...

    I found (coordinates of the vertex): ##x_v=2## ##y_v=-2## You have two main ways to find the coordinates of the vertex: 1] your parabola is in the form ##ax^2+bx+c## Where: ##a=1## #...

  • Waiting for answer How does the income effect relate to the law of demand?

    When price changes, the consumer has more/less money for the other goods. _x0001_Income effect is the change in quantity demanded as the consumer moves from the substitution effect point on the original indifference curve to the new indifference curve. _x0001_ Depending on the type of good, it can...

  • Waiting for answer What is the polynomial function of lowest degree with lead c...

    ##x^3-3x^2+4x-2##, We know that the complex roots always occur in conjugate pairs. One complex root is ##1+i##, so there must be its conjugate, i.e., ##1-i## as the other root. He...

  • Waiting for answer What are the factors of 29?

    ##29## has positive factors ##1## and ##29## It is a prime number. ##29## is only divisible by the positive numbers ##1## and ##29##, so it is a prime number.

  • Waiting for answer The earth's radius is 6400 km. A 25-kg mass is taken 201 km...

    Mass will not change at any place. Only weight changes to to gravity. so answer-25KG.\ Mass is not the same as weight, even though we often calculate an object's mass by measuring it...

  • Waiting for answer How do Wien's law and the Stefan-Boltzmann law describe blac...

    These two describe everything about a black body provided, we also know that the emission profiles of all black body is a Planck's Curve. (https://d2gne97vdumgn3.cloudfront.net/api/file/ScjhPLGZR5mXyMXRO3DF ) Wien's Law Wein law states that the product of the equilibrium temperature of the black...

  • Waiting for answer How will you prepare a 1:80 dilution?

    The answer Rogan wrote is correct, but his example is a little off. Adding 80 mL of water to 1 mL of stock solution will produce a 1:81 , not a 1:80 one. The ratio between the final volume of the solution, the one you get after diluting the initial sample, and the initial volume of the sample wi...

  • Waiting for answer What exactly is an MRCP test? What are they looking for?

    An MRCP test is a specialized MRI scan of your liver, bile ducts, gallbladder and pancreas. MRCP (##bb"M"##agnetic ##bb"R"##esonance ##bb"C"##holangio##bb"P"##ancreatography) uses...

  • Waiting for answer What is the largest organ in the digestive system?

    The liver The liver is, in fact, the second largest organ in the entire body (second only to your skin). It has many functions in the : Bile production - This is a fluid that h...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between bond dipole and dipole moment...

    The former relates qualitatively to uneven share of charge density between two bonded atoms. The latter is a quantitative measure of this. Bond dipole relates to separation of elect...

  • Waiting for answer How do you convert moles and grams to formula units?

    Technically, (in a given chemical formula) molecular mass, molar mass, formula mass and formula unit mass are numerically the same. If you were given the number of moles, you can con...

  • Waiting for answer What are the three stages of General Adaptation Syndrome?

    Stages of GAS 1: Alarm 2: Resistance 3: Exhaustion

  • Waiting for answer What is difference between cos^-1(x ) and 1/cosx?

    Samina - the first in an inverse trig function while the latter is reciprocal of ##cos(x)## The argument "x" for ##cos^-1(x)## will always be the ratio of adjacent over hypotenuse....

  • Waiting for answer How do you write 2/5 as a percent?

    ##2/5 = 0.4 =40%## A percent is a value given out of a total of 100. Find an equivalent fraction for ##2/5## ##2/5 xx 20/20 = 40/100## ##40/100 =40%## You can also multiply by##1...

  • Waiting for answer How does one create a perfectly competitive market and econo...

    A perfectly competitive market is characterized by consisting of many buyers and sellers. No seller has influence over the market price of a good, and every seller would sell the same good....

  • Waiting for answer How did the tariff of 1828 affect people in the South?

    The tariff of 1828 caused economic hardship on the people of the south and caused them to be very angry and bitter. The tariff of 1828 raise taxes on imported manufactured goods fro...

  • Waiting for answer Is sine, cosine, tangent functions odd or even?

    A function is called even if its graph is symmetrical about the y_axis, odd if its graph is symmetrical about the origin. If the domain of a function is symmetrical about the number zero , it could be even or odd, otherwise it is not even or odd. If the requirement of symmetrical domain is sa...

  • Waiting for answer How do you find percent change?

    See explanation. I assume you have 2 measurments start - ##x_s## and finish - ##x_f##. To calculate the change you use this formula: ##c=|x_f-x_s|/x_sxx100%## Example: Let's say...

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