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  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of biogeochemical cycles?

    are found everywhere around us. Many biogeochemical cycles affect our daily lives in many ways. A prime example of one of these cycles is the water cycle. The constant changing states of water and how it interacts with our environment ( both gas, ice, and liquid states). Some key words with the w...

  • Waiting for answer What was the purpose of the invasion of Grenada?

    The invasion of Grenada was President Reagan's response to a Communist takeover of a small Caribbean island, in order to prevent Grenada from being used as a Soviet strategic base in the Cold War....

  • Waiting for answer Is salt an element, a compound, a homogenous mixture, or het...

    Common salt, halite, ##NaCl## is a compound. ##NaCl## is a binary salt of sodium metal and chlorine gas: ##Na(s) + 1/2Cl_2(g) rarr NaCl(s)##

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of dicots?

    You must already know the difference between monocots and dicots but just to review. Monocots have one leaf shoot at germination, vascular bundles are scattered, leaf venation and floral arrangements differ. I am including an image: Most of the plants we deal with are dicots: dandelions, oak trees,...

  • Waiting for answer What is the Koran, and what role did Muhammad play in its cr...

    The Koran or Quran is the holy book of the religion of Islam and one of the faiths 5 pillars of faith Muhammad(PBUH) was for the majority of his life a simple Arabian man, until acco...

  • Waiting for answer What will be the atomic number of helium ion? 1 or 2?

    A helium ion would have an of 2. The atomic number does not change when an atom becomes an ion. This is because the atomic number is the number of protons in the nucleus, and an ion...

  • Waiting for answer What is genetics ?

    It is the study of inheritable characteristics that are given an identity by genes in an organism. Genetics in simple terms is the study of genes, hereditary characteristics, and her...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between a rectangular coordinate syst...

    rectangular coordinate system uses horizontal and vertical position to describe the location of a point. on the other hand uses Radius and angle to describe the location of a point. the image on the right is the rectangular coordinate system. which uses x and y convention. while on the left is th...

  • Waiting for answer What is the Lewis dot structure of ##BH_3##? How many lone p...

    Well, there are 6 electrons to distribute in ##BH_3##, however, ##BH_3## does not follow the pattern of ##"2-centre, 2 electron"## bonds. Boron has 3 valence electrons, and hydroge...

  • Waiting for answer What is the derivative of ##y=arctan(3x)##?

    Recall: ##(arctanx)'=1/{1+x^2}## By , ##y'=1/{1+(3x)^2}cdot(3x)'=3/{1+9x^2}## I hope that this was helpful.

  • Waiting for answer How many acute angles can a quadrilateral have?

    ##0##, ##1##, ##2## or ##3## The sum of the internal angles of a quadrilateral is ##360^@##. Hence the maximum number of acute angles a quadrilateral can have is ##3##, since the ##...

  • Waiting for answer How does the autonomic nervous system function in the mainte...

    Autonomic (ANS) is made of motor nerves travelling from CNS to PNS. All actions of ANS are involuntary and help in maintaining a stable internal physiological state. Autonomic nevo...

  • Waiting for answer According to the following reaction, how many moles of Fe(OH...

    First of all, you should not try to get the answer by randomly multiplying/dividing numbers. This is guessing, not solving. According to reaction, 1 mole ##Fe(OH)_2## forms from 2 moles of LiOH. So if we know how many moles of LiOH is used we can find how many moles of Fe(OH)2 will be formed. is...

  • Waiting for answer What is an example of an apocrine, exocrine, merocrine, and...

    Exocrine glands are classified as merocrine, apocrine and holocrine, depending on their mode of secretion. All these are able to discharge their products via duct system. All enzyme...

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of valence electrons?

    The are the electrons that determine the most typical patterns for an element. These electrons are found in the s and p orbitals of the highest energy level (row of the periodic table) for the element. Using the for each element we can determine the . Na - Sodium ##1s^2 2s^2 2p^6 3s^1## Sodiu...

  • Waiting for answer What is the purpose of a measure of center in Statistics?

    Measures of center are a way to try capture the non-randomness of a population or a random variable.This may sound a bit confusing,so I will walk through the 3 most common measures of center and explain how they try to do that. Mean . The mean is the most common measure of center and it tries to...

  • Waiting for answer How many moles are there in 28 grams of ##CO_2##?

    28 grams of ##CO_2## is equivalent to 0.64 moles of ##CO_2## You divide the given amount by the Gram Formula Mass (Molar Mass) of ##CO_2##. The Gram Formula Mass for ##CO_2## is the...

  • Waiting for answer What is the square root of 61?

    7.81 (rounded to two decimal places)

  • Waiting for answer Can anyone explain me the amphoteric nature of water?

    An amphoteric compound is a compound that can act either as an , or as a in a chemical reaction. A first example of water's amphoteric character is the fact that it can self-ionize to a small extent. What that means is that a water molecule is capable of donating one of its protons (##"H"^(+)##)...

  • Waiting for answer What does accommodation mean?

    Accommodation is the process of modifying one's schema to accommodate new information. To explain accommodation, we must first define schemas. Proposed by Jean Piaget, schemas are ou...

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