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  • Waiting for answer How is market equilibrium achieved?

    When quantity demanded is equal to quantity supplied In a perfectly competitive economy, neither producers (Supply side) nor buyers (Demand side) have the sole power to determine prices. Thus prices are the determinants of the quantity supplied and quantity demanded. If the prices are set right, th...

  • Waiting for answer What is the power rule derivative?

    It describes the rules for differentiating a polynomial of the form ##x^n## from which you get ##n * x^(n-1)## See for a specific example.

  • Waiting for answer How do you find the slant asymptote of ##f(x) =( x^2 + 3x -...

    Slant asymptote: ##y = x-1##. See the -inclusive graph. By division, ##y = f(x)= x-1+1/(x+4)## Rearranged, ##(y-x+1)(x+4)=1##, revealing that the graph is a hyperbola with asymp...

  • Waiting for answer What does a solution with a hydronium ion concentration of##...

    ##pH=11## ##pH=-log_10[H_3O^+]## ##[H_3O^+]=10^-11*mol*L^-1## ##-log_10[H_3O^+]=-log_10(10^-11)=-(-11)=11##. Clearly, this is an aqueous solution. Is this an acidic or basic solu...

  • Waiting for answer What is force?

    Put simply, a force is something which changes the momentum of an object. The magnitude of a force is the rate of change of momentum caused. This is shown by manipulation of the famous equation ##F=ma## ##F=ma=m(v_(f)-v_i)/t=(p_(f)-p_i)/t## Where ##F## is the force ##m## is the mass of the object...

  • Waiting for answer What was "King Cotton" and why was it called that?

    The cotton industry in the southern states. It was called King Cotton because it was such a significant source of wealth for southern plantation owners because of their exploitation...

  • Waiting for answer Does assonance deal with the first letter of a word and alli...

    Typically, assonance is the repetition of a vowel sound to create internal rhyme in a sentence, stanza, etc. whereas, alliteration deals with a group of words that are next to or near each other that start with the same letter (whether a vowel or consonant)....

  • Waiting for answer What are alleles?

    Alleles are alternatives of one gene. Alleles are alternatives of one . For example brown hair or blonde hair or brown eyes and blue eyes. These are the same gene but just differ i...

  • Waiting for answer The nucleotides have a nitrogenous base attached to a sugar...

    The nitrogen bases attach to the 1' (one prime) carbon atom on both the deoxyribose sugar molecule in DNA and the ribose sugar molecule in RNA.

  • Waiting for answer How would you calculate the empirical formula of acetic acid...

    You would divide the numbers of each atom in the molecular formula by their highest common factor. The empirical formula is the simplest possible formula for a compound. The subscr...

  • Waiting for answer A can of soup has a volume of 12 fluid ounces. About how man...

    ##12 fl.oz = 354 ml##. ##1 quart = 946 ml = 32 fl.oz.## So ##(12 fl.oz)/(32 fl.oz)\times(946 ml) = 354 ml##

  • Waiting for answer Why is graphite a good conductor of heat even though it's a...

    Graphite is a good conductor of heat because it has electrons that can move freely about the molecule. Graphite is a good conductor of heat because it has electrons that can move fr...

  • Waiting for answer Name the ionic compound ##"CrO"##?

    Chromium(II) oxide. The first thing to recognize here is that you're dealing with an , since you hae a transition metal , chromium, ##"Cr"##, bonded to a nonmetal , oxygen, ##"O"##....

  • Waiting for answer Is Williamson Ether Synthesis an SN1 or SN2 reaction?

    ##S_N2## First, it is necessary to understand the difference between an ##S_N1## and an ##S_N2## mechanism. An SN1 mechanism is a two-step mechanism and racemization occurs: Depar...

  • Waiting for answer Julie keeps rabbits and hamsters as pets. She has four rabbi...

    H is greater than 4, less than 6, and is odd. H, therefore, must be 5. Let's write down what we know: Julie keeps Rabbits ("R") and Hamsters ("H") as pets. ##R=4## She has more H...

  • Waiting for answer What is -2 to the 5th power?

    ##-32## ##(-2)^x=y## where ##x=5## ##(-2)^5=y## ##(-2) * (-2) * (-2) * (-2) * (-2)=y## ##-32=y## In this formula ##x## refers to the power of the exponent. In this specific situati...

  • Waiting for answer Which Lewis electron-dot diagram is correct for a ##"S"^(2-)...

    ... Sulfur belongs to group 16. It has 6 valence electrons. A ##\ 2- ## charge indicates that the atom has gained 2 electrons. This makes the total number of valence electrons equal...

  • Waiting for answer What are three characteristics of asexual reproduction?

    Genetically identical No fertilisation Quick method of reproduction Genetically identical Offspring are genetically identical (clones) to one another. This is an advantage when the...

  • Waiting for answer What is meant by Centriole ? What is it's main function?

    Two organelles in cell They are found near nucleus composed up of microtubules. They occur in pair and usually seen during cell division . Their function is to move to opposite poles...

  • Waiting for answer What structure does the Elodea have that your cheek cell wil...

    The elodea cell will have a central vacuole in addition to chloroplasts. Plant cells also have a cell wall which is not a structure found in animal cells.

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