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Waiting for answer How do steroids work?
Steroids work in different ways. Steroids are . There are several functions that they get by them. Their functions can be seen in. Carotin Clorofill (A,B) In some Hormones: Testestaron Aldestaron Eastragen Adrineline Noadrineline Cholestarol In some Vitamins Hope that will help!
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Waiting for answer What is the surface area formula of a 3dimensional rectangl...
##"SA"=2(wl+lh+hw)## For a rectangular prism with sides ##w,l,h##, the surface area is ##"SA"=2(wl+lh+hw)## This occurs since there are two pairs of three different faces on eve...
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Waiting for answer Is CH3NH2 an acid or a base?
Methylamine is a Bronsted base, as it can accept a proton from water. ##H_3CNH_2 + H_2O rightleftharpoons H_3CNH_2^+ + OH^## Methylamine is a reasonably strong base as bases go (...
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Waiting for answer What is the largest foramen in the human skeleton?
The largest foramen in the human skeleton is the obturator foramen in the pelvic bone. The largest foramen in the human skeleton is the obturator foramen in the pelvic bone. The...
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Waiting for answer What is the molecular formula of potassium permanganate?
The molecular formula of potassium permanganate is KMnO₄. Potassium permanganate is an ionic compound. It consists of the potassium ion, K⁺, and the permanganate ion, MnO₄⁻. Permanganate ion is a polyatomic ion. You will have to memorize the names and formulas of several . Here is a brief list....
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Waiting for answer What are examples of colloids?
Here are some common examples. Colloids A colloid is a mixture whose particles range in size from 1 nm to 1000 nm and do not settle out on standing. The colloidal particles are...
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Waiting for answer How do you evaluate ##arcsin(cos(pi/3))##?
Answer is ##pi/6## ##sin^(1)(cos(pi/3))=sin^1(1/2)## (since ##cos60^@=1/2)## ##sin^(1)(cos(pi/3))=sin^1(sin(pi/6))##[since from angle table] ##sin^(1)(cos(pi/3))=cancelsin^1(...
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Waiting for answer What is the molar mass for 2H2O?
There is no such thing as a molar mass of 2H₂O. The molar mass is by definition the mass of one mole. The mass of 1 mol of H₂O is (2×1.008 + 1×15.999) g = 18.015 g. So the molar mass of water is 18.015 g/mol. Of course, the mass of 2 mol of water is ##2 cancel("mol") × "18.015 g"/(1 cancel("mol...
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Waiting for answer What is the volume of a sphere with a diameter of ##28 cm##?
If the diameter is 28 cm, then the radius is half that so radius is 14 cm. From there, we can just use the volume of a sphere formula, which is ##4/(3) pi r^3## We can just plug in for r and get ##4/3 pi (14)^3## Plug in and the answer is 11494.04 cm cubed
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Waiting for answer Are adjectives with the prefix "non" considered compound adj...
I'd say yes. A compound adjective is comprised of more than one word, usually hyphenated. Examples: wellbehaved fourfoot alltoocommon See grammarmonster for more examples. Ho...
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Waiting for answer What is the difference between solving absolute value equati...
The difference between the two is the symbols used. In absolute value equations you use an equal sign to show that the two sides are equal. (Ex. 10x+7 = 37) In absolute value inequalities you use a greater than or less than sign to show that one side is greater than or less than the other side. (Ex...
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Waiting for answer What is system international unit of atomic radius ?
As far as I know, the picometer is currently being used as the SI unit for atomic radii. A picometer is equal to ##10^(12)"m"##. The more traditional unit used was the angstrom , for which you have ##"1 angstrom" = 10^(10)"m"## Keep in mind, however, that angstroms are not SI units. You'l...
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Waiting for answer What is torque?
is the rotational analogue of force. It is the equivalent of force which makes a body rotate about some axis. As you may see, it's the equivalent of force which makes the nut rotat...
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Waiting for answer Why is horizontal velocity constant in projectile motion?
Horizontal velocity in remains constant because we neglect air resistance (aka drag) so there are no horizontal forces acting on the projectile, only the vertical force of the projectile's weight. It is important to remember the definition of a projectile. It is an object that falls under the in...
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Waiting for answer What is the formula of ammonium carbonate?
##("NH"_4)_2"CO"_3## The important thing to recognize here is the fact that you're dealing with two , one which acts as cation and one which acts as anion . The name of the catio...
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Waiting for answer What is the molar mass of magnesium nitride, ##"Mg"_3"N"_2##...
##"100.95 g mol"^(1)## The idea here is that you need to use the chemical formula for magnesium nitride, ##"Mg"_3"N"_2##, to calculate the mass of one mole of the compound, i.e. it...
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Waiting for answer How do you use the epsilon delta definition to prove that th...
Please see below. The preliminary analysis is a bit long. If you just want to read the proof, scroll down. Preliminary analysis We want to show that ##lim_(xrarr2)(x^27x+3) = 7...
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Waiting for answer Butane , octane and hexane in order of increasing boiling po...
boiling point increases with increase in the length of carbon chain. when the chain length increases the attractive force between the molecules(vanderwaal's force) increases and so m...
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Waiting for answer How can I calculate the empirical formula of butane?
It depends on the information you have. The empirical formula tells us the simplest wholenumber ratio of the different types of atoms in a compound. FROM THE MOLECULAR FORMULA If you know that the molecular formula of butane is C₄H₁₀, then you divide the subscripts by their highest common fact...
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Waiting for answer How do you find the area of the trapezoid below?
##190## The quick way of finding the area of this trapezoid would be to simply use the know formula, which looks like this ##color(blue)(A = (B + b)/2 * h)" "##, where ##B##, ##b...
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