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  • Waiting for answer The Jacksonian Period (1824-1848) has been celebrated as the...

    Jackson essentially ushered this period in on his own. Jackson was "for the common man," but not necessarily a common man himself. Jackson was a wealthy farmer that owned many slaves...

  • Waiting for answer For an acid-base reaction, what is the reacting species in t...

    ##HI## undergoes almost complete ionization in water. How do you determine this? By experiment. Except for ##HF##, ALL of the hydrogen halides in water are strongly acidic: ##HI...

  • Waiting for answer How to find average acceleration? a bird is flying south at...

    ##abs(vec a) = 5 m/s^2 ## ## theta = arctan (4/3)## by definition average acceleration over time ##t## is: ##vec a = (Delta vec v)/(t) = 1/t (vec v_2 - vec v_1)## using W-E as po...

  • Waiting for answer What are red blood cells made of?

    Red Blood cells are without nucleus and any other organelle except Haemoglobin pigment which carries oxygen. Red blood cells are formed in Red Bone marrow and there formation is know...

  • Waiting for answer How does gravity work in water?

    Gravity works the same way in water that it works in air or a vacuum -- but you have to consider the force of gravity on the water as well as on the object you put into it. When you...

  • Waiting for answer How many planets are between earth and the sun?

    There are ##2## planets between Earth and Sun Mercury and Venus are between Earth and Sun Mercury Venus Source of images:https://nasa.gov

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the critical points of a rational function?

    To find the critical points of a function, first ensure that the function is differentiable, and then take the derivative. Next, find all values of the function's independent variable for which the derivative is equal to 0, along with those for which the derivative does not exist. These are our crit...

  • Waiting for answer What is the significance of the "Great Compromise?"

    It's significance is it set up houses in the government It set up the lower house, the House of Representatives, the upper house and the senate. The representation for the lower hous...

  • Waiting for answer What is volume in ##"km"^3##?

    In ##1## ##km^3##? Well ##10^9## ##m^3##. One cubic kilometre is equivalent to one thousand million cubic metres, i.e. ##1*km^3## ##=## ##[1xx10^3]^3*m^3## ##=## ##10^9*m^3##.

  • Waiting for answer Why can fraternal twins be different genders, but identical...

    Identical twins start life as single zygote but soon the early embryo splits in two parts, each part then develops as an organism. Fraternal twins share the womb but they develop from two separate eggs (getting fertilised by two separate sperms)....

  • Waiting for answer Why does the coefficient of friction has no units?

    The coefficient of friction (COF), often symbolized by the Greek letter µ, is a dimensionless scalar value which describes the ratio of the force of friction between two bodies and the force pressing them together. This is a simple empirical model, which happens to do a reasonably good job in many s...

  • Waiting for answer Who was the leader of the American Expeditionary Force?

    General John Pershing. President Wilson's possible first choice, Fredrick Funston died of a heart attack. Interestingly did not end segregation even though he was a supporter of bl...

  • Waiting for answer What is a lipid?

    A lipid is essentially a broad name for fat. Under the category of lipids falls fats, waxes, sterols (steroids), phospholipids, triglycerides and much more. If you want a more detailed explanation feel free to visit my website as well the videos.

  • Waiting for answer What does hydrogen peroxide spontaneously decompose into?

    Hydrogen peroxide spontaneously decomposes into water and oxygen. The equation for the reaction is ##"2H"_2"O"_2 → "2H"_2"O" + "O"_2## The rate of decomposition is slow at room te...

  • Waiting for answer What is oxygen's role in the electron transport chain?

    Oxygen acts as the final electron acceptor at the end of the electron transport chain. In the electron transport chain, an electron gets passed from one enzyme to another until it re...

  • Waiting for answer What is the fundamental period of the function defined by ##...

    3 ##cos(x)## has a period of ##2pi## ##cos^2(x)## has a period of ##pi## the only periodic element of this function is the ##cos^2(pi x/3)## which repeats when the part inside the co...

  • Waiting for answer Why is benzene nonpolar?

    Benzene is nonpolar because it is a symmetrical molecule in which all the bond cancel. The structure of benzene is It is a flat molecule with the shape of a regular hexagon. We...

  • Waiting for answer How do white blood cells prevent, not fight, disease?

    “B cells” and “Memory B cells” are types of white blood cells that provide future immunity against invasion by the same antigen. “B cells” and “Memory B cells” are types of white bl...

  • Waiting for answer How you prove that ##sin(90+30)=cos30##?

    You need the identity ##sin(a+b)=sin(a)cos(b)+cos(a)sin(b)## Just plugging in the numbers ##sin(90+30)=sin(90)cos(30)+cos(90)sin(30)=cos(30)## Since ##sin(90)=1## and ##cos(90)=0##

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of cladistics?

    In shorter definition, or phylogenetic systematics is a branch of systematics concerned with inferring phylogeny. Its primary goal is the determination of life's history of descent.

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