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  • Waiting for answer Use the converse of the triangle proportionality theorem to...

    Since ##(AM)/(MB)=16/8!=20/16=(AL)/(LC)## lines ##ML## and ##BC## are NOT parallel. Since ##(BK)/(KC)=15/12=20/16=(AL)/(LC)## lines ##LK## and ##AB## are parallel. Let's fi...

  • Waiting for answer Was prohibition in 1920's America successful?

    Prohibition was one of the few goals that the Progressives failed to achieve. It was unsuccessful. While the Progressives believed that alcohol led to crime, loss of jobs, etc, they...

  • Waiting for answer What does Atom mean?

    The word ##"atom"## derives from the Greek, ##alphatauomuos##, which means ##"indivisible"## or ##"uncuttable"##. Some of the early Greek philosophers (circa 6th/5th century BC) prop...

  • Waiting for answer Explain how the law of conservation of mass is the basis for...

    The Law of Conservation of Mass states that mass can neither be created nor destroyed, it can only be converted from one form to another. Therefore, whatever you start a reaction with must be present in some form at the end of the reaction. SInce is the theoretical comparison of the matter and th...

  • Waiting for answer What is stellar equilibrium?

    The fusion reaction releases energy and it push the matter inside the star outwards and gravity pulls the matter inwards. These two forces are in equilibrium as the star evolves in...

  • Waiting for answer What are examples of cost-push inflation?

    The canonical answer is an increase in the price of oil. Oil is used as an input in so many production processes, and we use fuel to transport ourselves and various goods. So, when the price of oil goes up, it results in increases in production costs, and this tends to lead to price increases in a...

  • Waiting for answer Where are blood cells made, and what is the purpose of red b...

    Red blood cells are made in the bone marrow, and their purpose is to carry oxygen round the body. The bones that red blood cells are made in are the flat bones, such as the hip bone...

  • Waiting for answer What is the molecular geometry of PBr5? Draw its VSEPR and...

    ##PBr_5##'s is trigonal bipyramidal . Let's start with its . ##P## has 5 and ##Br## has 7 , which means that a total of ##5 + 5*7 = 40## electrons must be accounted for. ##P##'s bonds with the five ##Br## atoms account for ##5 * 2 = 10## electrons, while the three lone pairs on each ##Br## a...

  • Waiting for answer How do catalysts affect collision theory?

    Catalysts do not affect , but collision theory explains the effect of catalysts. Collision theory states particles must collide with a certain minimum energy called the activation e...

  • Waiting for answer In regression analysis, what does the F-value mean?

    =f value mean,whether data linearly distributed or not ?

  • Waiting for answer What is the chemical formula of salt?

    Sodium Chloride ##Na^(+1)## + ##Cl^(-1)## These two combine through an ionic bond to form Sodium Chloride, a formula of NaCl. This is only one type of salt however. There are many types of salts, such as: ##MgCl_2## Magnesium Chloride KCl Potassium Chloride LiF Lithium Fluoride Just to na...

  • Waiting for answer Why are exothermic products more stable than reactants?

    Species with less internal energy are always more stable The drive of all exothermic reaction is to produce a product which is more stable by having a smaller internal energy. In th...

  • Waiting for answer What are stars made of? How are they born?

    Most stars are made of hydrogen.and Helium. THere are huge clouds of gas and dust in the Galaxies.They are called Nebula..Due to some reason mass gets accumulated at center and this...

  • Waiting for answer In the Great Compromise, what did small states and large sta...

    Due to the below explanation, I don't really think you could say small states and large states gave up something specifically. The Great Compromise was the deal of how representation...

  • Waiting for answer What is the volume of a square pyramid with edge 5 ft and he...

    Volume of square pyramid is ##41.67(2dp) cu.ft## Area of the base of square pyramid is ##A_b=5^2=25 sq.ft## We know volume of a Pyramid is ##v_p=1/3*A_b*ht =1/3*25*5=125/3=41.67(2d...

  • Waiting for answer What is 1230.932567 rounded to the nearest hundredths place?

    1230.93 If you label the places, it helps one identify the proper place to round. Notice your examples down the side. 1 is in the thousands place, 2 is in the hundreds place, 3 is in...

  • Waiting for answer What is the charge for all elements in Group 1A?

    ##1+## For starters, it's worth noting that located in group 1 of are called alkali metals . All these elements have one valence electron , i.e. one electron located in their out...

  • Waiting for answer Why are mole ratios central to stoichiometric calculations?

    are central to stoichiometric calculations because they bridge the gap when we have to convert between the mass of one substance and the mass of another. refers to the coefficients of a balanced chemical reaction equation. The show the proportions of reactant and product molecules. For exampl...

  • Waiting for answer What is the difference between the Pearson correlation coeff...

    Pearson's product-moment correlation is used on two continuous variables that are not non-linearly related; Spearman's rho is used on ordinal data, but also works for monotonic relationships....

  • Waiting for answer How do plants reproduce asexually?

    plants have a male and female parts in their flowers, these are the stamen and pistil. once the pollen been taken by bees and they go over flowers, these pollens trap in male part of the flower which is stamen i think.. then it goes over and over again.

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