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  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between demand-pull inflation and cos...

    Inflation may be due to increased demand or due to a rise in the cost of raw materials. An increase in demand for goods and services creates an inflationary pressure. At a given time, the quantities of goods and services available may not be able to match an unexpected increase in demand. Sellers...

  • Waiting for answer What is a synonym for "consolidate?"

    see below synonyms for "consolidate": combine/merge/integrate/fuse -- to put together or unify Ex: We will consolidate all the suggestions to come up with a concrete strategy. r...

  • Waiting for answer What is a setting of a story? How is that different from plo...

    The setting is like the stage - the time and place of the action. The plot is the storyline. Example The setting of the story of Oliver Twist is Victorian London (time:19th century;...

  • Waiting for answer What do the dextro and levo prefixes mean in latin?

    The prefix dextro comes from the Latin word dexter. It means "on the right side" or "to the right". The prefix levo comes from the Latin word laevo. It means "on the left side" or "to the left". We see these terms when we talk about chiral molecules rotating the plane of polarized light. If the p...

  • Waiting for answer What is the square root of (16/25)?

    ##4/5## ##16/25 = (4*4)/(5*5) = (4/5)*(4/5) = (4/5)^2## So ##sqrt(16/25) = sqrt((4/5)^2) = 4/5## ##-4/5## is also a square root of ##16/25##, but by convention when we say the squa...

  • Waiting for answer How can I calculate the empirical formula of copper sulfide?

    In order to determine the for copper sulfide (or for any compound, for that matter) you need to have some information about either the mass of one reactant and the mass of the product, or about the of the copper sulfide. For the first case, let's assume you are doing a lab experiment in which yo...

  • Waiting for answer How do you find horizontal asymptotes for ##f(x) = arctan(x)...

    By definition, ##arctan x## is the inverse function of the restriction of the tangent function ##tan## to the interval ##(-pi/2,pi/2)## (see ). The tangent function has vertical asymptotes ##x=-pi/2## and ##x=pi/2##, for ##tan x=sin x/cos x## and ##cos \pm pi/2=0##. Moreover, the graph of the inv...

  • Waiting for answer How many syllables does vision have?

    ##2##. You can tell becasue you say it like VI-SION

  • Waiting for answer What is the oxidation state of chlorine in KClO3?

    ##+5## Excellent question! I love oxidation state questions. First, let's look at the ##"K"## (potassium). In an ionic compound, the potassium's oxidation state is always ##+1##....

  • Waiting for answer 54 cm is how many inches?

    54 cm ≈ 21 Inches In chemistry, you can do a conversion factor. See the image below: (I'm very sorry, this picture has a typo, the 0.492701 In. should be 0.393701 In. I'm very sorr...

  • Waiting for answer How many solar systems are there in our galaxy?

    Well scientists estimate that there are billions of solar systems in our galaxy or maby even as many as 100 billion.

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between multiple alleles and polygeni...

    Multiple allelism is a phenomenon where a gene has more than 2 allele of it , for example ABO blood group The gene I for ABO blood group has 4 alleles ( Ia, Ib, Iab, and Io ) While polygenic inheritence means multiple genes control a single character , for example Human height

  • Waiting for answer How does heat differ from thermal energy?

    Thermal differs from heat in that thermal energy is not being transferred. Thermal energy remains as part of the internal energy of the system and is not in transit like heat. Simply put, heat is energy outside the system and thermal energy is within the system. The physical units for heat include...

  • Waiting for answer What bacteria can cause more danger for humans, Aerobic bact...

    Anaerobic can cause more danger for humans. Because as we all know, anaerobic bacteria are dependent to oxygen, they can't live on their own. They commonly stay in places where ther...

  • Waiting for answer What are the properties of non-polar molecules?

    The difference between and lies in the final charge determined by the . Polar molecules will have a net dipole moment which results from partial positive and partial negative charges that arise from a difference in between the molecule's atoms. describes an atom's ability to attract the electr...

  • Waiting for answer The earth's distance from the sun is often given as an avera...

    As the path is elliptical the distance varies with time. Maximum 152.10Million kilometer to 147.10 million kilometers. But if you want distance for a particular date and time it can...

  • Waiting for answer What is Cotard's Syndrome?

    Here I go. Cotard's Delusion (Also known as Cotard's syndrome) is a rare mental illness in which the affected person holds the belief that he or she is already dead, does not exist,...

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the sample standard deviation on a TI-84?

    Standard deviation can be calculated using several methods on the TI-84 C Silver Edition. Standard deviation can be calculated by using the stdDev() function. The stdDev() function can be located by performing the following: • Press [2nd][LIST]. • Scroll to MATH and select 7:stdDev(. Follow the exa...

  • Waiting for answer Why did King George III issue the Proclamation of 1763?

    Two main reasons: keep the American colonists closer to the coast and therefore easier to control, and to cut down on contact with French and Native American populations on the other side....

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