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  • Waiting for answer What is the surface area of this triangular prism?

    The surface area of this prism is ##36" in"^2##. Even though the explanation might seem slightly long, it is really easily broken down into pieces, so I highly recommend you read and learn from it. :)...

  • Waiting for answer In what types of organism(s) and cells does meiosis occur?

    It occurs in all diploid organisms: organisms with half of their chromosomes from each parent. only occurs in gametes

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference in area between a circle with a diame...

    ##1.931"m"^2## The formulas for the area of a circle with diameter ##d## and the area of a square with side length ##d## are; ##A_"circle" = pi r^2 = pi (d/2)^2 = pi/4 d^2## ##A_"...

  • Waiting for answer The bookshelf in our classroom is three and a half feet tall...

    ##42## inches By definition: 1 foot = 12 inches ##rarr## 3 feet = 36 inches and ##rarr## ##1/2## foot = 6 inches So ##3 and 1/2## feet = 36+6=42 inches

  • Waiting for answer If a point is below the curve on a solubility chart, than it...

    It is unsaturated. The line on a solubility curve separates the areas between supersaturated (above the line) and unsaturated (below the line). At the points along the line, the solution is saturated. If you're above the line it's supersaturated and if you're below it's unsaturated. OK.

  • Waiting for answer How does gel electrophoresis relate to DNA fingerprinting?

    Gel electrophoresis is the process by which we take the DNA and run an electric charge through it, therefore we can use it to compare two DNA samples, hence the name DNA fingerprinting....

  • Waiting for answer A track runner ran exactly 400 meters in 45.23 seconds. what...

    First we will convert meters to miles and then find the speed of the runner in miles per hour. 400 meters is 0.4 kilometers (1000 meters in 1 kilometer, so 400m / 1000m) Now let's convert 0.4 kilometers into miles. We do this by using the kilometer to miles conversion rate which is 0.621371. (Th...

  • Waiting for answer What is 25 mi/hr converted to m/min?

    25 miles per hour is ##25/60## miles per minute. There are 1609.3 metres in a mile. Therefore, ##25/60## * 1609.3 = 670.54 metres per minute.

  • Waiting for answer Do all living things have to have all of the characteristics...

    They have to have all features even if some of them are limited like movement in plants, but they must all exist. Each feature helps the organism to survive and if one is missing it...

  • Waiting for answer Fe(26) has eight(8) valence electrons, but it's valency is 2...

    Actually, iron does not have 8 per se, it only has 2 , but you could say that it has 8 - here's why. Remember that valance electrons are the electrons located in the outermost shell of an atom. If you take iron, its is 26 , which means that a neutral iron atom has 26 electrons. The of iron...

  • Waiting for answer What is the horizontal asymptote of ##y=e^x## ?

    The horizontal asymptote of ##y=e^x## is ##y=0##. The graph of ##y=e^x## is asymptotic to the negative x-axis only. Horizontal asymptotes of a graph are related to the end behavior of a function. Since ##lim_(x- -oo)e^x=0## the horizontal asymptote is ##y=0##. This is because, for negative v...

  • Waiting for answer How do you prove the identity ##1 / (1- cosx) + 1/ (1+ cosx)...

    Working with the left hand side ##((1+cosx)+(1-cosx))/((1-cosx)(1+cosx))## ##(1+cosx+1-cosx)/(1-cos^2x)## ##2/sin^2x## ##2csc^2x## which is equal to the right hand side

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of pelagic zones?

    Top-down: Epipelagic, Mesopelagic, Bathypelagic, Abyssopelagic, Hadopelagic. The open sea is differentiated into the already mentioned zones, due to the fact that different depths of...

  • Waiting for answer Use Coulomb\'s Law to calculate the energy of a copper ion a...

    The required to separate the ion pair = ##4.297xx10^(-19)"J"## I have assumed a copper(II) ion and an electrostatic model. For 2 charges ##q_1## and ##q_2## separated by a distance...

  • Waiting for answer What is an 11 and 12 sided shape called?

    12 is dodecagon 11 is hendecagon also undecagon or endecagon

  • Waiting for answer What is an inelastic collision and its formula? Thanks in ad...

    In a collision, involving two or more objects, when kinetic of the objects-system is not conserved but momentum is conserved , we term such a collision as Inelastic Collision . In...

  • Waiting for answer Why lead chloride is soluble in hot water but not in cold wa...

    In general, most solutes SHOULD be more soluble in hot water. Why? Let's look at the dissolution reaction: ##PbCl_2(s) rightleftharpoons Pb^(2+)(aq) + 2Cl^(-)(aq)## Strong ionic b...

  • Waiting for answer What is the definition of pH?

    is the concentration of ##H^+## ions in a solution. This is mainly used to find how strong of an acid you have. Here is a video of an lab which measures pH of many common substances using a pH meter and an indicator made from cabbage juice! Video from: Noel Pauller

  • Waiting for answer What is the function of cartilage in the lung? Where is cart...

    It's to keep the bronchi open. The cartilage is found lining the bronchi in order to keep them open. This isn't like the cartilage in the rest of your body. It's actually a lot thinn...

  • Waiting for answer What are the symptoms of alcohol poisoning? What are the lon...

    Answers in explanation. For alcohol poisoning, it an acute condition obtained by drinking high concentrations of alcohol in a short period of time. If this happened in a party and ev...

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