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Last Chemistry Question!
Awesome thanx man! u r my vertual hero!
February 19, 2012

Last Chemistry Question!
My teacher told me something about 22.4 liters. do you know what she was talking about?
February 19, 2012

Last Chemistry Question!
How do you Convert from Moles to Liters? Man i hate not understanding test prep material!
February 19, 2012

Chemistry
im almost positive that Kemo-Therapy for cancer treatment uses Radioactivity
February 19, 2012

Chemistry
X-rays
February 19, 2012

Chemistry
Thank you so much DrBob222
February 19, 2012

Chemistry
How many particles are in .169 moles of Potassium Sulfide?! What is the percent composition of sulfer in that same prolem?!
February 19, 2012

Chemistry
uhhh, chemical right?
February 19, 2012

y no one anwering my ques
oh my bad. sorry. biology was always tough for me
February 19, 2012

y no one anwering my ques
i believe the answer is #1
February 19, 2012

writing
hires sounds a little awkward. i think hirees should be placed in there instead of hires
February 19, 2012

Geometry
25.5 i think
February 19, 2012

Chemistry
thanx bunches!!! @(^_^)@
February 19, 2012

Chemistry
How many moles are in 12.0 grams of Potassium Sulfide?
February 19, 2012

Science n math
What is the molecular geometry n the electron domain for HCN
February 15, 2012

Math
An inner tube for a bicycle has a diameter of 2 inches and measures about 82 inches along its circumference. What formula would you use to determine the numbers of cubic inches of air the inner tube can hold
February 2, 2012

Math
An inner tube for a bicycle has a diameter of 2 inches and measures about 82 inches along its circumference. What formula would you use to determine the numbers of cubic inches of air the inner tube can hold
February 2, 2012

Chemistry
THE RATE LAW FOR THE REACTION 2NO + 02 = 2NO2 IS FIRST ORDER IN OXYGEN AND SECOND ORDER IN NO. PROPOSE A MECHANISM IN WHICH EACH STEP IS BIMOLECULAR. SPECIFY THE SLOW STEP. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TI DO. HELP PLEASE? THANKS.
January 22, 2012

Chemistry
2 HCl react with 1 Zinc Single replacement rxn So 2.
December 14, 2011

Calc
I think.... A) -12 B) 1 C)-7
December 14, 2011

Chemistry
An 8.00 mass % aqueous solution of ammonia has a density of 0.9651g/ml. Calculate the molality, molarity, and mole fraction of NH3. This question seems simple but I cannot seem to remember how to do this. Help please?
December 14, 2011

chem
An industrial chemist is studying smAll organic compounds for their potential use as an auto antifreeze. When 0.243g of a compound is dissolved in 25.0 ml of water, the freezing point is -0.201 degree celcius. (A) Calculate the molar mass of compound (dH2O= 1.00g/ml) at temp ...
December 14, 2011

trig
Basically the arcsin is the same as sin^-1 so the sin^-1(.5)= 30 degrees You can use a unit circle or a 30-60-90 triangle to figure it out.
December 13, 2011

trig
How do i solve this equation over the interval [0degrees,360) cot(theta)+2csc(theta)=5
December 10, 2011

math (taylor polynomials)
Find the degree 3 Taylor polynomial T3(x) of the function f(x)=(7x+50)4/3 at a=2 Find the second-degree Taylor polynomial for f(x)=4x2−7x+6 about x=0 thank you! (:
November 30, 2011

Math (linear approximation)
Find a linear approximation of the function f(x)=(1+x)^(1/4) at a=1, and use it to approximate the numbers (.95)^(1/4) and (1.1)^(1/4). Round your answers to the nearest thousandth Cheers in advance!
November 29, 2011

CHEM
Compare the value you obtained from average bond energies: (260Kj) to the actual standard enthalpy of formation of gaseous benzene, 82.9 kj. What does the difference between these two values tell you about the stability of benzene?
November 8, 2011

MATH
You can plug in zero for x and solve for y. then plug in zero for y and solve for x to get your values for x and y. x=200 y=-100
November 8, 2011

Further calculus
1) A price p (in dollars) and demand x for a product are related by 2x^2+6xp+50p^2=10600. If the price is increasing at a rate of 4 dollars per month when the price is 30 dollars, find the rate of change of the demand. 2) a) The price (in dollars) p and the quantity demanded q...
November 2, 2011

Calculus
sorry accidentally reposted!!
November 1, 2011

Calculus
Answers to any of these questions would be of great help! (: 1 a) At noon, ship A is 150km west of ship B. Ship A is sailing south at 50km/h and ship B is sailing north at 30km/h. How fast is the distance between the ships changing at 4:00pm? b) A spotlight on the ground is ...
November 1, 2011

Calculus
thank you steve!
November 1, 2011

Calculus
Answers to any of these questions would be of great help! (: 1 a) At noon, ship A is 150km west of ship B. Ship A is sailing south at 50km/h and ship B is sailing north at 30km/h. How fast is the distance between the ships changing at 4:00pm? b) A spotlight on the ground is ...
November 1, 2011

graphing
Can someone explain what quadrant this would be in and the domain and range. I have no idea how to graph it. G(x)= -3sin^-1 (2x)
October 29, 2011

Trigonometry
Oh okay thanks!
October 29, 2011

Trigonometry
Write as an algebraic expression in u. Tan(cos^-1 u)
October 29, 2011

MATH
-8. Plug in -6 for x and solve.
October 29, 2011

Quantatative Analysis
Use M1V2=M2V2 Plug in your given molarity and volume and solve for V1.
October 29, 2011

Trigonometry
Oh okay thanks a lot:) I was distributing sec and couldn't' get anywhere. I didn't think of writing it like that.
October 23, 2011

Trigonometry
Prove identity. Sec(pi-x)=-sec x
October 23, 2011

TRIG
Verify the following identity. 1) sin(x+y) __________ = tanx+tany cosxcosy 2) Write cos3x in terms of cosx I cannot figure out how to solve for identities they are so hard. Any help appreciated!:)
October 23, 2011

Chemistry 105
Use Boyles Law. P1V1=P2V2 (33.0L)(1.1atm)=(P2)(10.0L) and solve for P2.
October 23, 2011

TRIG
1) Find an angle that makes the statement true: costheta =sin(3theta+10degrees) 2) Verify this proof: sec(Pie -x)= -secx Can someone show me how to solve for these. Very much appreciated!
October 23, 2011

chemistry 105
Use the ideal gas law.. PV=nRT and solve for moles of N2 SO.... (1.00atm)(.0599L)=n(0.0821L*atm/mol*K)(273K) solve for n. then use "n" moles of N2 and then set up an conversion factor. so.... ___moles of N2 x( 6mol Li/2mol N2) x (MolarMass Li/1mol of Li) Then that ...
October 23, 2011

math2 calc
Let f(x) be the function 11x2−9x+7. Then the quotient f(6+h)−f(6)h can be simplified to ah+b for: a= and b=
September 28, 2011

Math- calculus
Suppose f is a function which satisfies the properties: f(x+y)=f(x)+f(y)+x2y+xy2 for all real numbers x and y, and limx→0f(x)x=1. f′(x) thanks in advance!
September 28, 2011

chem
A student placed 12.0grams of glucose in a flask added enough water to dissolve glucose by swirling then added additional water until the .100 ml mark. A 60.0ml sample of this glucose soon was diluted to 0.500 L. How many grams of glucose are in 100. ml of the final solution.
September 19, 2011

DRAMA
Tragedy- the fall of a tragic hero Comedy- funny based on words
September 18, 2011

trig
Given the radius of a wheel is 12inches and the angular speed is measured to be 3pie/4 radiant per second, find the linear speed of the piece of gum stuck to the where. Give both an exact answer. And a decimal answer rounded to 4 decimal places.
September 17, 2011

trig
An automobile windshield washer 10inches long rotates an angle of 60degrres. If the rubber part of the blade only covers the last 9inches of the wiped, find the area of the windshield cleaned by the wiper.
September 17, 2011

Chemistry - - Hydrocarbons
oh then when you number your chain. CH is number 3. SO you would call the organic compound..... 3-MethylHexane
September 17, 2011

Chemistry - - Hydrocarbons
you count the longest chain so it will be the carbon chain of six. so hexane and then you have CH3 attached so it would be MethylHexane i believe.
September 17, 2011

Chemistry 1
the answer is 13180. you do what is in parenthesis first and round it 3sf and get 3770 and then add 9413.4... and then round to least number of decimal places so you would get 13180
September 17, 2011

Trig
how do i find the exact value of s [pie/2, pie] sin s = radical2/ whole number 2 what is s in radians? how do i figure this out without the use of a calculator. I drew the graph and located it in the second quadrant and i think the triangle is a 45-45-90 but i don't how to...
September 15, 2011

chemistry
combustion analysis of a hydrocarbon produced: 33.01 g CO2 and 13.51 g H2O Calculate the empirical formula of the Hydrocarbon. I got CH5 but that doesn't seem right? how do i do this problem?
September 11, 2011

Chemistry
well you have dipole-dipole London Dispersion and hydrogen bonds. you just classify which forces each are by reading your definitions of the three. LD are the weakest forces Hydrogen bonds are when two hydrogen bond with one another which is strong dp-dp forces are between one...
September 9, 2011

Math
...you multiply 4 by 3 to get 12 for your total of face cards.
September 9, 2011

Math
since there is 52 cards in a deck and you know there is 4 of each kind. you just set it as a fraction.
September 9, 2011

Chemistry
oops...* Assuming no other rxn's what mass of CO2 was produced in this rxn?
September 9, 2011

Chemistry
You carefully weigh out 19.00 of powder and add it to 76.95 of solution. You notice bubbles as a reaction takes place. You then weigh the resulting solution and find that it has a mass of 88.16 . The relevant equation is CaCO3+2HCl ----> H2O + CO2 + CaCl2 Assuming no other ...
September 9, 2011

Math
you plug in -8 for r. I -15- (-8) l + l -8 l l -7 l+ l-8 l since you have absolute value bars anything in absolute value turns positive and you take away the bars. soo....... 7+8 =15
September 9, 2011

Scientific Notation
For scientific Notation, when expressing the number it cannot be greater then10. You usually put the decimal in the tenths spot such as 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 etc. you would imagine that your decimal is at the end of the number and then move your decimal toward the end. the exponent ...
September 9, 2011

Trigonometry
You draw a triangle and label all of your given information. so you subtract 90 from 38degree35' to get angle A. then you use SOH CAH TOA tan 38degree35'= b/6.434mi to solve for side b. then use cos38degree35' = 6.434mi/c to solve for side c.
September 9, 2011

math
A: -1/2= 1/2 #: 4 = 1/4 C: 0=0
September 9, 2011

CHEMISTRY!!!!!!! HELP PLEASE:)
How many kilograms of chlorine are in 24 kg of each of the following chlorofuorocarbons (CFCs)? 1) CF2CL2 express answer using two sig figs how would i solve for this problem??? thanks!
September 7, 2011

Chemistry
you would use 1 Hz =299792458wavelength meters so using that you would convert kHz to Hz, then Hz to meters. for the radio wave in meters then you would continue using the same conversion as the one above and then convert meters to nanometers using 1m= 1X10^-9 nm. for the last...
September 7, 2011

math
thats correct.
September 7, 2011

chemistry
you would divide the grams of each molecule produced by the smallest ratio to find the subscripts.
September 7, 2011

chemistry
empirical formula is the smallest whole number ratio molecular formula is the empirical doubled i believe.
September 7, 2011

Math
you would do... combine the i"s and the whole numbers together. (8-4)+(-i+i)= 4
September 7, 2011

PreCal
Combine the whole numbers and the i's (7+-8) + (-7i+-2i) =-1+-9i
September 7, 2011

mathematics
Area of what kind of shape? it depends on the shape for the formulas for area. A=pie X r^2 for a square. V= LXWXH so to find your area you would need the radius.
September 7, 2011

trig
nevermind, figured it out.
September 6, 2011

trig
oh and its in degrees.
September 6, 2011

trig
find the exact values of the six trig functions of the angle. -750 sin(-750)= cos(-750)= tan(-750)= csc(-750)= sec(-750)= cot(-750)= I've tried this question over and over again and i cannot get it right. i believe -750 is in the fourth quadrant but I'm not sure. can ...
September 6, 2011

Chem
water is the base(H+ acceptor) and C2H4O2 is the acid(H+ donor) so Hydronium is the conjugate acid and C2H3O2 is the Conjugate base.
September 6, 2011

algebra
48-40x= -24x+48 add 40x from both sides.... 48= 16x +48 subtract 48 from both sides... 0= 16x 0=x
September 6, 2011

trig
find a value of interval in degrees cotalpha=1.3692847 alpha=0.023903 is that correct?
September 6, 2011

trig
degrees
September 6, 2011

trig
find the value of alpha cotalpha=1.3692847 is 0.023903 correct?
September 6, 2011

trig
find reference angle 111degrees and -105 does it equal =75? i don't know the first one
September 6, 2011

trig
suppose theta is in the interval (90,180 degrees) find the sign of csc(-theta) is it positive or negative = positive???
September 6, 2011

trig
use a calculator to find the decimal approx. (roud 8decimal places) : sec28°6' does it equal 1.13362379 or 87.99624264 ???
September 6, 2011

Pre-Calc-Please check my answer
I believe you are trying to factor the polynomial. so x^2 -4x+3 (x-1)(x-3) =0 x= 1,3
September 6, 2011

trig
the length of the base of an isosceles triangle is 30.42 inches. each base is 26.54 degrees. find the length of the two equal sides of the triangle to the nearest hundredths. i get 15.19. is that right?
September 6, 2011

trig
find all values of theta in the interval (0,360) that have the given value: sintheta= √2 ______ 2
September 6, 2011

maths
i think 4.631 or 4.6309 depending on sig figs.
September 3, 2011

math
For Calculating Percentages: You can for example change 4.89 to .00489 % by moving the decimal two places. or for science we usually divide the part of mass/ the whole and times it by 100 to get percentages. Calculating ratios: you can set up a proportion by.. x/30 = 1/3 and ...
September 3, 2011

Trig
find the exact values of the six trig functions of angle... sin(-315degrees) how do i do this?
September 1, 2011

Trig
assume A= alpha using complementary rule how do I solve for alpha? cos(2A+40) =sin(3A-60) I don't understand how to start the question. What are the steps in solving for alpha. Do i get cos to equal sin somehow?
September 1, 2011

CHEMISTRY:))))
A rock is 5.0% by mass fayolite(Fe2SiO4), 7.0% by mass forsterite(Mg2SiO4) and the remainder silicon dioxide. What is the mass percent of each element in the rock? I have the answers but i don't know how to solve the problem. How would you in steps solve the problem?
September 1, 2011

chemistry
Combustion rxn's produce carbon dioxide and water for their products.
September 1, 2011

science
WE BREATH AIR. WHICH IS COMPOSED OF OXYGEN,NITROGEN,ETC...
August 31, 2011

algebra
Post your answers and i can check them if you want.
August 31, 2011

algebra
For 2004: the deaths:.... y=-1777(4)+27153 Solve for y. For 2009: deaths.... y=-1777(9)+27153 solve for y. To find the number of deaths in years... 7606=-1777x +27153 and solve for x.
August 31, 2011

Chemistry
If you determine the volumes of these three ionic compounds, NaCl has the greatest volume. AlCl3--Has four ions MgCl2--has 3 NaCl-has 2 Salt can hold more Na+ to Cl- collisions. which form ionic compounds since there is a greater volume.
August 31, 2011

7th grade science
1) you might ask yourself, was my hypothesis correct, does my data seem reliable, was the experiment data reflect the law or theory proposed.
August 31, 2011

Chemistry
10loadsX6quartersX1hr.X60minX1shift _____________________________________ 1loadX4quartersX6dollarsX1hr.X75minutes equals the amount of shifts.
August 31, 2011

Chemistry
3.00X10^8 m X 1mileX 60secX60min ____________________________________ 1secX1610mX1minX1hr. equals mile/hr.
August 31, 2011

Chemistry
1foot = 0.305 what? units please. 164m^2 X 100cm^2 X 1in^2 X 1ft^2 _____________________________ 1m^2X 2.54cm^2X 12in^2 if you still need help post your work.
August 31, 2011

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