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May 23, 2013

# Posts by Amie

Total # Posts: 90

alg
yeah n+5 should be over n-3 and n+3 should be over n-5 and your subtracting this frm eachother to equal 16 the possible answers are -4 -2 2 4 6

alg
if n+5-n+3 over n-3-n-5=16 what is the value of n this is an SAT question and i just cant seem to figure it out..even with pluggin in the numbers it never = 16...so help pls..what is the quickest way in solving this for the SAt's

chem
okay so i have the answers but i just wanted to see if i was correct Balance these equations..i need the correct answers 1.H2+CL2->HCL 2.Ag+2n->Zn2+Ag 3.Mn4+Cu+->Mn2+ +Cu2+

SAT
im taking the Sat's tomorow..what are some great tips??

alg 2
find the foci of the ellipse (x+5)^2/4+(y-1)^2/16=1

alg 2
what is the foci of the ellipse (x+5)^2/4+(y-1)^2/16=1

alg. 2
what is the foci of the ellipse X2 over 81 + Y2 over 49=1

chem
THANNXX YOU SHOULD HONESTLY BE MY TUTOR LOL

chem
a gas volume has of v1=450ml. if the temp is held constant, what volume would gas occupy if the pressure p2=2p1? omg i cant figure anything out!!!!!!!!

chem
use boyles law to solve for the missing value in the following P1=0.75atm,V2=435ml,P2=0.48atm, V1=?

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