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  • Waiting for answer How do you find the explicit formula and calculate term 20 f...

    The explicit formula for the progression is ##color(red)(t_n =3^n)## and ##color(red)(t_20 = "3 486 784 401")##. This looks like a geometric sequence, so we first find the common r...

  • Waiting for answer How do I know when the Fnet in y direction is 0, any hint i...

    Look at the in the y-direction The easiest way to say if Fnet in the y direction is 0 is to ask, "Is there any acceleration in the y-direction?" For most problems, you can intuitive...

  • Waiting for answer How do you write an equation with X-intercept of 3 and y-int...

    ##y = -2/3x + 2## By definition the x-intercept of 3 is the point (3, 0) and By definition the y-intercept of 2 is the point (0, 2). Because we have two points we can use the point...

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the integral of ##int sec^2(5x)dx##?

    ##1/5 tan 5x +C## Let 5x = u , so that ##dx= 1/5 du## ##int sec^2 5x dx = 1/5intsec^2 u du## =##1/5 tanu +C## = ##1/5 tan 5x +C##

  • Waiting for answer What does plural noun mean?

    A plural noun indicates that there are more than one person, place, thing, or ideas. we usually add an s, es, ies at the end of the same word; but some words are outliers. source: ww...

  • Waiting for answer How do you write ##3.3.3.3.y## as an exponential form?

    ##3^4##y ##3^4## means 3 times 3 times 3 times 3 (by definition)

  • Waiting for answer What does a horizontal line mean in a speed-time graph?

    It means that the speed is constant. If you were to convert this to a distance-time graph, you would get a straight line (constant slope).

  • Waiting for answer What is continuity at a point?

    Continuity at a point means that you can draw the function at that point without lifting up your pencil. Or in more technical terms, a small change in x produces only a small change in f(x) In order for a function to be continuous at a point it must follow three criteria: 1) f(A) must be defined 2...

  • Waiting for answer What are conservative and non-conservative forces?

    The forces which do not depend on the path taken are conservative forces, while those depending upon the path taken are non-conservative forces. An easy example is that of the Electric Force. Imagine a test charge '##q##' kept at the origin of a hypothetical Cartesian coordinate system. Now, put an...

  • Waiting for answer How do you bisect an obtuse angle?

    Any angle, including obtuse, can be bisected by constructing congruent triangles with common side lying on an angle's bisector. See details below. Given angle ##/_ABC## with vertex...

  • Waiting for answer What does jurisdiction mean ?

    The official power to make legal decisions and judgments. It means someone has the power to do something. Usually it is used as a legal term or a term when someone is referring to th...

  • Waiting for answer Why is partial pressure important?

    is important due to its many applications.For example: 1- Some gases are collected over water in the laboratory. The gas during collection gathers water vapors and becomes moist. The pressure exerted by this moist gas is , therefore, the sum of partial pressure of dry gas and that of water vapors....

  • Waiting for answer How are oxidation and reduction reactions linked?

    So here are the basic concepts of . Both reactions are part of . RED(uce)-OX(idise)? Get it? Now oxidation is the reaction that involves LOSING electrons. Any reaction that involves losing electrons can be considered as an oxidation reaction. Whereas, reduction is the reaction that involves GAININ...

  • Waiting for answer Is a Lewis dot diagram the same as a Lewis structure?

    Yes. Though in practice they are a little different. A Lewis dot diagram is a convenient way of showing where all of the electrons in a compound are. Because it involves showing all of the electrons as dots, it's usually reserved for showing the on atoms or for teaching students where the electr...

  • Waiting for answer A quasar consumes 1 solar mass of material per year, convert...

    ##L = 1.478 xx 10^13 L_o.## Quasars are created as a result of mas being swallowed by the supermassive black hole at the center of an active galactic nucleus. The luminosity of a q...

  • Waiting for answer What is the electron geometry of xenon tetrafluoride XeF4?

    The geometry of ##XeF_4## is square planar. The square planar geometry is a simple consequence of . There are ##8+4xx7## ##=## ##18" electron pairs"## to distribute over 5 centres....

  • Waiting for answer What is the singular possessive and plural possessive of wai...

    The singular possessive would be waitress' . The plural possessive would be waitresses' . Usually the possessive form is indicated by an apostrophe followed by an s . However, it can...

  • Waiting for answer A patient's ECG recording shows a consistent pattern of two...

    Left Atrial Enlargement The ECG has three parts : the P wave, QRS complex and T wave. The P wave is associated with atrial activation (depolarization), QRS complex is related to vent...

  • Waiting for answer What are the capital of Switzerland and Austria?

    The capital of Switzerland and Austria are Bern and Vienna. Bern is marked by the biggest black dot Vienna is marked by the biggest black dot

  • Waiting for answer How did the Texas War for Independence and the Mexican-Ameri...

    I already answered this question but the editing box would not take the url. Here it is: https://socratic.org/questions/how-did-the-war-against-mexico-help-the-united-states-achieve-its-manifest-desti263211

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