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  • Waiting for answer What is an example for catharsis?

    Have you ever seen a good film with a group of friends and, after the show, felt as you could not go home and sleep unless you talked it over and thoroughly dissected the subject among the group? This is "catharsis"...

  • Waiting for answer What does the term dual "nature of light" mean?

    The dual nature of light means that, in some experiments, light behaves as a wave. In other experiments, light behaves as a particle. In 1801, Thomas Young shined light between two adjacent slits. The light waves interfered with each other and formed an alternating pattern of light and dark bands;...

  • Waiting for answer What is the atomic number of iron?

    26 On the , or number of protons, is the whole number written above the element symbol. The symbol for iron is Fe and the atomic number is 26.

  • Waiting for answer How would you predict the expected phenotypic and genotypic...

    Gametes F f (inbred) F FF (freckles) Ff (freckles) f Ff (freckles) ff (no (freckles) Phenotype ratio= 3:1 Genotype rartio= 1:2:1...

  • Waiting for answer What did the Whig Party believe in?

    Economic protectionism, and that Andrew Jackson was a menace. The Whig party was founded in 1833, as a reaction to Andrew Jackson, to credibly oppose him in the 1834 election. (They...

  • Waiting for answer What is a mixture in chemistry?

    A mixture is when you have two or more distinct components mixed with one another. These components can be , as is the case in metallic alloys, or as is the case in salt water. There are several kinds of : Suspensions are mixtures in which the particles that are floating around are big enough t...

  • Waiting for answer When do spindle fibers attach to kinetochores?

    In metaphase the chromosomes orient themselves in the equator forming meta phase plate The two chromatids of each chromosome one face one pole and other faces opposite pole and at this stage the spindle fibres are attached to the kinetochore

  • Waiting for answer What attracted settlers to the Middle Colonies?

    The land, the chance for a new life, abundant resources, etc. Think about it, with England being so powerful, they needed a lot of resources. Of course those resources are going to...

  • Waiting for answer What is the ground state electron configuration of the eleme...

    Germanium (Ge ) is located in the fourth row, group 14 of the , and has an of 32 . This implies that the neutral Ge atom's must account for 32 electrons. So, ##"Ge": 1s^(2)2s^(2)2p^(6)3s^(2)3p^(6)4s^(2)3d^(10)4p^(2)## An alternative way of writing the for Ge is by using the . The closest no...

  • Waiting for answer How do you convert Chloroform to Propyne?

    There's a simpler and much cheaper way, if we're going completely theoretical. Just put chloroform into solution with 1 equivalent of ethyllithium (the lithium is a fantastic lewis acid) to extend the alkyl chain. You can find ethyllithium in an ethyllithium / benzene solution . Two equivalents o...

  • Waiting for answer The atomic mass of potassium is 39. If its atomic number is...

    20. Protons (the atomic number) and neutrons both contribute to the . If you therefore subtract the number of protons (19) from the atomic mass (39), you are left with the number of...

  • Waiting for answer How do you multiply ($728.00) (6.2%) and round to the neares...

    $45.14 6.2% in decimal form is 0.062, and that's what you use to multiply by 728. After you multiply, you get 45.136. To round to the nearest cent is to round to the hundredths place...

  • Waiting for answer How are barr bodies formed?

    It is formed of the inactive X chromosome. The inactivated X chromosome physically condenses to form a Barr body. And we can see them as a small structure found at the rim of the nuc...

  • Waiting for answer What are some examples of natural selection?

    Most living species are result the of natural selection, BUT... There is some strong examples of natural selection role, such as: 1- the dinosaurs extinction, any theory such as: 1a-...

  • Waiting for answer What's a terminating decimal?

    One that ends and does not go on infinitely A terminating decimal example is 2.3, or 4.71, or 8.950, or 20.45. A non-terminating decimal example would be 33.33333... or 20.12121212.....

  • Waiting for answer What is active transport?

    the transport of material from the area of low concentration to high concentration by the expenditure of energy particularly ATP is called

  • Waiting for answer Who was president during the early years of the Great Depres...

    During the early years of the Depression, President Herbert Hoover was in the White House. President Hoover was elected in 1929, and only a few months after taking office; he witness...

  • Waiting for answer How do enzymes affect rate of reactions?

    Enzymes reduce the activation energy required to start a chemical reaction. As a result, under the same conditions more molecules now have the required amount of energy to take part in the reaction. Therefore, they increase the rate of reaction.

  • Waiting for answer What is the derivative of ##y=4 sec ^2(x)##?

    ##y'=8sec^2(x)tan(x)## Explanation : let's start with general function, ##y=(f(x))^2## differentiating with respect to ##x## Using , ##y'=2*f(x)*f'(x)## Similarly following for given problem, yields ##y= 4*sec^2(x)## ##y'=4*2*sec(x)*sec(x)tan(x)## ##y'=8sec^2(x)tan(x)##

  • Waiting for answer How many miles away is Saturn's largest moon, Titan from the...

    Average Titan-Saturn distance is 759.23 miles only. 5-sd Saturn-Sun and Saturn-Earth average distances are the same 890.74 M miles. So, up to 5-sd, Sun/Earth-Titan. distance is 890.74 M miles....

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