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  • Waiting for answer How to calculate molar mass?

    Molar mass is simply the sum of the relative atomic masses of the that make up a compound.You work it out by adding the individual RAMS together Hope this Helps!! ~Latentes NB this is my own work and have not used any sources

  • Waiting for answer What is a tributary?

    A tributary is like a mini river. It is like a stream that stems from a river. You can have them in glaciers as well.

  • Waiting for answer How can prokaryotes live without a nucleus?

    Although prokaryotes do not have a nucleus (or other membrane-bound organelles), the do still have DNA. The DNA is a single loop, in an area of the cell called the nucleoid region (see image). Prokaryotic DNA acts in a very similar way to eukaryotic DNA. It provides a template for mRNA synthesis (...

  • Waiting for answer How do you evaluate ##b^2-4ac## for a=-1, b=-5, and c=2?

    Plug in your numbers. ##b^2 - 4ac## ##{(b= - 5), (a = -1), (c = 2) :}## Plug in these values ##(-5)^2 + 4 (-1)(2)## Since ##-5 * (-5) = 25## you have ##25+4(-1)(2)## S...

  • Waiting for answer What does the nervous system do when we sleep, in terms of i...

    the process continues but in a slow rate . when we sleep out brain secrets some chemicals to speed down the always running systems . it send massage to the organs to regulate in a sl...

  • Waiting for answer How is buoyant force related to floating and sinking?

    If the buoyant force on an object exceeds the object's weight, it will float. If the weight of the object exceeds the buoyancy force, the object will sink. If the two forces (weight and buoyant force) are equal to each other, the object is said to be neutrally buoyant. This occurs when the object...

  • Waiting for answer How does Hubble's Law resolve Olbers Paradox?

    Hubble's Law shows that the more distant a galaxy higher is its red-shift. So the visible light from galaxies that are too far away would be red-shifted to invisible wavelengths. So stars beyond a certain depth of space would go invisible resolving the Olber's Paradox ....

  • Waiting for answer Can you explain Gay Lussac's law in terms of the kinetic mol...

    Gay-Lussac's Law states that, in a closed system of fixed volume, as the temperature of a gas increases, the pressure increases as well and this can be explained using kinetic molecular theory, or how the movement of individual gas particles affects the behavior of a gas as a whole....

  • Waiting for answer How do you solve the system ## y=6x - 11## and ##-2 - 3y = -...

    Given ##"[1] "y=6x-11## ##"[2] "-2-3y = -7## from ##"[1]"## we can substitute ##6x-11## for ##y## in ##"[2]"## ##"[3] "-2-3(6x-11) = -7## ##"[4] " -3(6x-11) = -5## ##"[5] " 6x-11 = 5/3## ##"[6] " 6x = 38/3## ##"[7] " x = 19/9## Note that ##"[2]"...

  • Waiting for answer What is the third derivative of tan x?

    Third derivative would be 2[##2sec^2 x tan^2 x +sec^4x]## If y= tan x y' = ##sec^2 x## y''= 2secx secx tanx= ##2sec^2 xtanx## y ''' = 2##[2sec x sec x tan x tan x+ sec^2 x sec^2 x}## = 2[##2sec^2 x tan^2 x +sec^4x]##

  • Waiting for answer What are ions with a positive electrical charge considered t...

    Ions with positive charge are called cations. Cations are positively charged ions that seek negative charge (electrons). Anions are negatively charged ions that seek positive charge....

  • Waiting for answer What are the oxidation states of the iodine in ##HIO_4## and...

    Iodine has an of +7 in ##HIO_4## and an oxidation number of +5 in ##HIO_3##. In both cases, iodine's oxidation number can be determined using ##H## and ##O##'s known of +1 and -2 , respectively. So, for the first compound ##H^(+1)I^(x)O_4^(-2)## The sum of each individual atom's oxidation...

  • Waiting for answer How do you graph ##x^2+y^2-8x+6y+16=0##?

    ##0 = x^2+y^2-8x+6y+16 = (x-4)^2 + (y+3)^2 - 3^2## is a circle of radius ##3## with centre ##(4, -3)## The equation of a circle of radius ##r## centred at ##(a, b)## can be written:...

  • Waiting for answer How does the sun's mass compare to earth's mass?

    The mass of Earth is 1 millionth of the mass of . The Sun is too massive to compare it to even Jupiter let alone Earth. About 99.98% of the mass of the Solar System is concentrated i...

  • Waiting for answer How does the ionic radius of a nonmetal compare with its ato...

    The ionic radius of a nonmetal is greater than its atomic radius. When you add an electron to a nonmetal, you are changing two properties: 1. The added electron is slightly more s...

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the horizontal asymptote for ##f(x)= (3e^(x)...

    ##y=0## ##y=-3/2## To find any horizontal we have to evaluate: ##lim_(x rarr+-oo)f(x)## if the limits are finite then they are horizontal asymptotes ##lim_(x rarr-oo)f(x)=lim_(...

  • Waiting for answer What is an index fossil? How is it used to identify the rela...

    Index , as used to precisely date short geological time intervals, are the skeletal remains of such species of plants or animals that combine the following two characteristics: a geographically extended habitat, and a short existence. If I were to date the 20th century in brief, identifiable time f...

  • Waiting for answer What does electron affinity mean?

    The electron affinity is the energy associated with the.......... The electron affinity is the energy associated with the formation of ##1## ##mol## of gaseous anions from ##1## ##mo...

  • Waiting for answer What does "rambunctious" mean?

    Rambunctious Rambunctious means overly exuberant, or boisterous. Synonyms might be rowdy, wild, while antonyms would be collected, calm, cool.

  • Waiting for answer What does ##(6+4i)/(3-i)## equal?

    I found: ##7/5+9/5i## In this case you need to first change the denominator into a pure real number; to do that you need to multiply and divide by the complex conjugate of the denomi...

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