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  • Waiting for answer What are examples of short term and long term stressors?

    Physical pain is a short term stressor, while Emotional Pain are long term. A scrape in the knee can keep you occupied for a short period of time. But a broken heart can last a lifet...

  • Waiting for answer How many cells does the human body have?

    Many. It depends on the person dimensions. Intro The only way I can see to tackle this problem is "being" a physicist. First of all, this is a quite difficult question, it could t...

  • Waiting for answer What are some flaws in Alfred Wegener's Continental Drift Th...

    Wegner had the basic idea correct, but what he couldn't explain was a mechanism for why plates shifted around. Because he could not explain a mechanism that would cause the Earths' c...

  • Waiting for answer Is pyridine an aromatic compound?

    Yes it is. The structure for pyridine is as follows: Does it meet the three requirements? Yes!! 1) Cyclic, Continuous Overlap of P-Orbitals 2) Planar conformation 3) Delocalized e-; of (pi) e-'s = 4n+2 (n=0,1,2,3,..etc) 1) Yes. 2) Of course. 3) 6= 4 (1) + 2 Because it meets these three requ...

  • Waiting for answer How do you graph ##f(x)=sinx-sqrt(3)cos x## for x is between...

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  • Waiting for answer What is the ecological definition of population?

    A population would be a specific group of a species. Ex: A population of wolves living in the mountains. This would not include the entirety of the wolves on the Earth.

  • Waiting for answer What does LASER stand for?

    Laser stands for L ight A mplification by S timulated E mission ofR adiation Below is a simplified explanation on how .

  • Waiting for answer Where is an electron located?

    There is no certain place but the place(s) which has the highest probability to contain electrons is called the orbital(s) of a certain atom/ion. Though it is believed that electrons...

  • Waiting for answer What are mendel's laws of inheritance ?

    The laws proposed to explain the inheritance of traits (characters) from one generation to another are known as Mendel's Laws of inheritance. Mendel's laws are as follows: Law of Dominance: When two alternative alleles of a trait (e.g.height of plant) are present together, either of the two only...

  • Waiting for answer What is the additive and multiplicative inverse of 0.4?

    The answers are: ##-0.4and2.5## The inverse of 0.4 in the additive operation is that element (##a##) that added to 0.4 gives 0. So: ##0.4+a=0rArra=-0.4## The inverse of 0.4 in the multiplicative operation is that element (##a##) that multiplied to 0.4 gives 1. So: ##0.4*a=1rArr4/10a=1rArr2/5a=...

  • Waiting for answer What is 1 1/4 cups divided by 2?

    ##1 1/4 " cups" div 2 = 5/8 " cup"## Dividing by ##2## is the same as multiplying by ##1/2## ##1 1/4## is the same as 5/4 ##1 1/4 div 2## is there fore the same as ##5/4 xx 1/2...

  • Waiting for answer What is square root 54 in its simplest form?

    ##sqrt54=3sqrt6## To convert ##sqrt54## in its simplest form, we should first factorize ##54## and then take by taking out pairs of primes. ##sqrt54## = ##sqrt(2xx3xx3xx3)## = ##...

  • Waiting for answer Is the enantiomer of isoborneol, borneol?

    To be enantiomers, the structures must have the opposite configuration at all chirality centers. Isoborneol has 3 chirality centers: the carbon where the OH is located and the two b...

  • Waiting for answer What are examples of innate behavior?

    Unlearned behavior of individual is called innate behavior, for example crying of an infant. Innate behavior is the one who is not learned by any means (observation, modeling, experi...

  • Waiting for answer What is meiosis?

    is a type of cell division in which reduces the number of chromosomes by half. Meiosis (not to be confused with ) occurs in every sexually reproducing and is required to produce eg...

  • Waiting for answer What is an example of a negative feedback loop found in the...

    Thermoregulation A Negative Feedback Loop or Negative Feedback Mechanism is our body's response to maintain homeostasis - the relatively constant condition of our internal environmen...

  • Waiting for answer Why must the universe be an isolated system to obey the Law...

    (see below) The trivial answer is: If the universe were not an isolated system mass could be exported or imported from somewhere outside the universe thus either decreasing or incr...

  • Waiting for answer Is there any relation between, 1) Tangent ratio in trigonome...

    The short answer is yes. In fact, they're identical . It helps to know that in Latin, tangent means "touch." In Geometry, you learned that a tangent barely touches a circle, intersecting the circle at exactly one point. It also helps to know that in Latin, secant means "sever." Which makes sense...

  • Waiting for answer What is buffer capacity?

    The buffer capacity is the amount of acid or base a buffer can accept until it can no longer maintain a constant pH. Direct definition: "The buffer capacity is the amount of acid or...

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