you did not balance the equation first. it is rather difficult to react 1/2 an atom.
30 - N do not use an = sign. it must remain an algebraic *expression* which does not contain an = sign, as you cannot draw an actual answer.
is p(t) a function? also, what is P3? i am confused as to what you are asking.
i thought as much. i ask because i think a few of my posts have been deleted, and i failed to see any problem with them... one was asking for clarification on a posted question, and when next i looked it wasn't there, even though i was sure i posted it correctly.
i was searching around and cannot find the rules for the forum. where is the page containing said rules?
Correct. the answer is D. example: Love is in the air. love is used as a noun.
dang, she answered before me. Teacher got typing skills.
if you add a negative number, it is the same as subtracting. if rewritten as 96-100+773-297+10-251 then it is much simpler to look at. when put in a calculator you end with an answer of 231
have you had to solve the problems where you add something that reacts with both reactant and product but at a different rate? i printed off a second copy just to watch it burn when i was done.
ah equilibrium, how annoying thou art... since adding to either side of an equilibrium equation causes a dramatic increase to the opposite side, adding more H2 [a product] would increase the other side of the reaction, leaving you with more reactant. the same principle applies...
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