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  • Waiting for answer Suppose three nucleotides are inserted into a gene. Will thi...

    No, because 3 genes are a complete codon. A frameshift is a mutation by insertion or deletion of a number of genes that is NOT divisible by 3.

  • Waiting for answer What rule is used to join the free nucleotides to the expose...

    The base-pairing rule describes how the nitrogen bases pair with one another. For , the base-pairing rule states that adenine always pairs with thymine, and cytosine always pairs wit...

  • Waiting for answer How does your calculated empirical formula (Mg3O2) of magnes...

    The correct formula for magnesium oxide is MgO. This is because Mg forms a +2 ion and O forms a -2 ion. The ions will combine to produce a compound which is neutral (no charge). A common chemistry experiment many students carry out can determine the empirical formula by allowing magnesium metal t...

  • Waiting for answer What is 98,464 rounded to the nearest ten thousand?

    ##100,000## Look at the ten thousand's part of 98,464. So the cut off point is##" "9 color(magenta)(|)8464 ## ##" "color(white)(.)color(red)(uarr)#...

  • Waiting for answer What is a hotspot and where are they located?

    Hotspots are thermal plumes within the Earth's mantle. They are located in various parts of the planet. The most famous is beneath the island of Hawaii. The chain of volcanic islands that make up the Hawaiian Islands were formed due to the drifting of the Pacific Plate over the hotspot. The big I...

  • Waiting for answer How can transverse waves be produced on a rope?

    You can produce on a rope by moving one end of the rope up and down. You create a transverse wave by inducing in the particles that make up a respective medium a motion perpendicular to the direction of propagation. In your case, the medium will be the rope. When you move the rope up and down,...

  • Waiting for answer Of 2-bromo-3-methylbutane , 2-chlorobutane , 2-chloro-2-meth...

    Start with 2-chlorobutane. You could solve this problem by writing the equation for each reactant, and seeing which one gives the desired product. It is often easier to do a retros...

  • Waiting for answer The atomic mass of oxygen is 16. How many neutrons does oxyg...

    Oxygen-16 has ##8## neutrons in its nucleus. The of a atom is comprised of the amount of neutrons and protons in its nucleus. If the atomic mass is ##16## and there are ##8## prot...

  • Waiting for answer How does the sun's diameter compare with the distance betwee...

    Distance between Sun and Earth is ##107.47## times diameter of Sun. Distance between Sun and Earth is ##149.6## million km, while diameter of Sun is ##1.392## million km i.e. Distan...

  • Waiting for answer Why is the human body considered an open system?

    A system that needs inputs is an open system A system with no inputs is called a closed system. One with inputs is an open system. Since human being needs energy, water, minerals, et...

  • Waiting for answer Where did Mars get its name?

    Mars itself was named after the Roman God of War, which derives from Roman Mythology, and according to the Roman Myth itself, mars rode on a chariot pulled by two horses named Phobos and Deimos (meaning fear and panic), and the 2 small moons of mars are named after these 2 horses....

  • Waiting for answer Why is neutralization not a redox reaction?

    First, what is ? In chemistry, neutralization is a chemical reaction in which an acid and a base react to form a salt. Water is frequently, but not necessarily, produced as well. But, what is redox reaction? Redox (or reduction-oxidation) reactions include all chemical reactions in which atoms hav...

  • Waiting for answer What is the length of the shorter diagonal of the parallelog...

    Its typically helpful to start with a drawing. Here is ##ABCD## as given by the problem. We are looking for the length of the shorter diagonal, which is segment ##BD##. This segment forms a triangle with the two known sides. Since we know two sides and the angel connecting them, we can use to...

  • Waiting for answer How many yards in a mile?

    A yard is equal to 0.000568182 miles. There are 1,760 yards in a mile. In fractional form it looks like this: ##((1 mi.) / (1,760 yd))##

  • Waiting for answer Forty nickels is equal to how many dollars?

    $2.00 How much is a nickel? 5 c (cents) How many nickels do we have? 40 nickels 1 nickel= 5 cents 40 nickels=? Multiply 40 nickels X 5 cents= 200 cents Now we know we have 200 cen...

  • Waiting for answer How big is the sun compared to earth?

    You can compare the radii of (##692,500 km##) and of (##6,371km##) to have an idea but.... I always find more interesting a visual type of comparison: where the Sun is the basket...

  • Waiting for answer How many moles of sodium hypobromite (NaBrO) must be added t...

    ##"17 g"## A must contain either a Weak acid and its conjugte base, or a weak base and its conjugate acid, in comparable amounts. The idea here is that you need to determine how m...

  • Waiting for answer Who wrote the pamphlet "Common Sense" that urged independenc...

    Thomas Paine Thomas Paine was a widely radical man that urged the colonies through his work that it was indeed, "common sense" to fight against the British forces. His reasons mostly...

  • Waiting for answer Which is a more favorable reaction: an endothermic or an exo...

    Exothermic is a more favorable reaction. First, a "more favorable reaction" is a reaction which has products that are of a lower energy level than its reactants. Heat is a form of energy. An endothermic reaction uses heat while an exothermic reaction gives off heat. Here is a diagram of an exoth...

  • Waiting for answer What is sin 90 degrees + sin 135 degrees?

    ##sin90^@ = 1## and ##sin135^@ = sqrt2/2## Therefore ##sin90^2 + sin135^@ = 1+sqrt2/2 = (2+sqrt2)/2##

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