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  • Waiting for answer It was important that Mendel examined not just the F1 genera...

    Through his experiment with F2 breeding, Mendel created his 3rd Law (Law of Dominance), although rather considered as a principle since it's not always applicable. Through Mendel's...

  • Waiting for answer What are protists?

    The term protist is an informal term that encompasses multiple organisms from different common ancestors and life cycles. The term protist itself is an informal term that encompasses...

  • Waiting for answer How do you simplify: square root of 1/3?

    Usually the final answer is written as ##sqrt{3}/3## To get the final answer, you need to "rationalize the denominator" by multiplying by ##1=sqrt{3}/sqrt{3}## as follows: ##sqrt{1/...

  • Waiting for answer How can you determine the end behavior of a polynomial?

    Behavior is dependent on a polynomial's degree. Before anything else, it's important that we're all on the same page about the concept of a polynomial's degree. A polynomial's degree is the degree of its leading term, that is, the largest exponent of ##x## , in most polynomials. For example, the...

  • Waiting for answer What is electrolysis?

    In chemistry and manufacturing, is a method of using a direct electric current (DC) to drive an otherwise non-spontaneous chemical reaction. Electrolysis is commercially highly important as a stage in the separation of from naturally occurring sources such as ores using an electrolytic cell. The...

  • Waiting for answer Two cells, one containing AgNO3 and the other SnCl2, are con...

    The mass of tin deposited is 1.1 g. The steps involved are: 1. Write the balanced equation. 2. Use conversion factors to convert mass of Ag → moles of Ag → moles of Sn → mass of Sn Step 1 The balanced equation for a galvanic cell is 2 × [Ag⁺ + e⁻ → Ag]; ##E°## = +0.80 V 1 ×[Sn →Sn²⁺ + 2e⁻]; #...

  • Waiting for answer What are the group trends for ionic radius?

    Atomic size gradually decreases from left to right across a period of . Atomic radius decreases from left to right within a period. Atomic radius increases from top to bottom within a group....

  • Waiting for answer How do you verify ##1-tan^2x=2-sec^2x##?

    2 - ##sec^2##x = 2 - ##sec^2##x When you work on identities you have to first decide which side of the identity you want to work on. In this particular equation I decided to work on...

  • Waiting for answer A bromine-80 nucleus can decay by gamma emission, positron e...

    Here's how the would look for type of decay. Gamma emission A gamma particle is just a photon, which in turn is a particle that has no mass and no charge. As a result, the nuleus that emits the gamma particle will remain unchanged . In your case, the nuclear equation will look like this ##"...

  • Waiting for answer Who finally conquered the Abbasid Dynasty in 1258?

    , under the leadership of Hulagu Khan (one of Kublai Khan's brothers) With the death of the Islamic prophet Mohammed (PBUH - which means Peace Be Upon Him - and is used to show respe...

  • Waiting for answer What does the light dependent reaction of photosynthesis pro...

    Light dependent reaction produces ATP and NADPH. In the light dependent reaction the in PS II the photosynthetic pigments capture photons and transfer electrons. The electron transpo...

  • Waiting for answer Why is NH2 a strong base?

    ##NH_2## is a compound that desperately wants to gain a proton to form ammonia. As a result, it will react in just about any way possible to make this happen. Because pulling hydronium ions away from things is pretty much the Bronsted-Lowry definition of a base, this makes ##NH_2## a great base....

  • Waiting for answer What is the ionic compound formula for aluminum sulfate?

    ##Al_2(SO_4)_3## The sulfate anion has a ##2-## charge, whereas the aluminum cation has a ##3+## charge. The ionic compound must be electrically neutral. Thus we take 2 aluminum io...

  • Waiting for answer What are waves of energy that move through the Earth from an...

    They are p-waves, s-waves, and L-waves. p-wave: primary wave. The first wave to arrive from the epicenter. s-wave: secondary wave. Next wave. L-wave: long wave. Last wave.

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

    ##(dy)/(dx)=-sin(cos(cos(x)))sin(cosx)sin(x)## In order to differentiate a function of a function, say ##y, =f(g(x))##, where we have to find ##(dy)/(dx)##, we need to do (a) substit...

  • Waiting for answer Can you state how warm is room temperature in degrees Celsiu...

    Room temperature is scientifically considered to be in the range ##20˚-25˚"C"##.

  • Waiting for answer Is the outer core made of solid metal?

    No, the outer core is liquid metal. The outer core is a liquid alloy of iron and nickel with small amounts of heavy elements. The inner core is solid iron with small amounts of heav...

  • Waiting for answer What are the three possible driving forces of tectonic plate...

    Ridge Push Slab Pull Slab Suction (image from book Structural Geology of Rocks and Regions by G. H. Davis and S. J. Reynolds, page no 614, chapter 10) The principal forces that...

  • Waiting for answer Why is water a unique compound here on earth?

    water is unique on earth because it can dissolve many polar and also some non polor compound in it because it has hydrogen having less ELEECTRO NEGATIVITY Oxygen having high due to polarity and also it can absorb more heat from any substance as compare to other liquids and it has also many more qua...

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the ##arcsin(sin((7pi)/6))##?

    The answer is: ##arcsin(sin(7pi/6))=-pi/6##. The range of a function ##arcsin(x)## is, by definition , ##-pi/2 =arcsin(x) =pi/2## It means that we have to find an angle ##alpha## that lies between ##-pi/2## and ##pi/2## and whose ##sin(alpha)## equals to a ##sin(7pi/6)##. From trigonometry we kn...

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