Starting with nitrogen and hydrogen, millions of kilograms of ammonia are produced every year for use as a fertilizer. Use this info to answer the next 3 questions. Communicate the balanced chemical equation using molecular models. Communicate the balanced chemical equation us...
Chemistry balancing equations
Translate each of the following reactions into complete balanced chemical equations using international symbols & include states of matter at SATP. Assume pure states of matter unless otherwise indicated. I really need help with this stuff please. 1. The reaction of magnesium ...
Getting Work done with Pulleys
Wats the hidden shortcut to figure the mechanical advantage for a pulley system by not doing calculations? Is that using many pulleys at once? I really don't know. Just guessing.
Not so creative at coming up with names, but heres a few I thought of: Mishmash of matter with vinegar Scientific Vinegar recipe Bizarre slime - - > dont know if slime even goes with your experiment. You can replace that with gunk, gloop, goo, etc.
You know what? No one is going to give you an answer. Jot down the formulas. You can do that much right?
For this go on to the website discovery education. Then go under students and click math. And then where it says step by step math in green, click on trigonmetry and calculus. I forgot what area of math this is but choose from one of the items. And jot it in the box search thi...
You must have been given a formula to calculate this problem. What formulas do you have? You can't just expect to recieve an answer without you asking what you need help on and jotting down the formulas, that's being pure lazy.
Tarzan, mass 85kg swings down from a tree limb on the end of a 20m vine. his feet touch the ground 4.0m below the limb. A. how fast is Tarzan moving when he reaches the ground? B. Does your answer depend on Tarzan's mass? C. Does your answer depend on the length of the vin...
Oh one thing you might be getting confused on is where it says --> weight of 38N. Weight and force are the same thing, so just watch out for that, it's something I got confused with too earlier.
Just remember that the formula for Work is Force times Distance. You have the force which is 38 N. And N is Newtons if you didn't know what that was. And remember distance is always given in metres, so you have to convert cm to metres. There are 0.01 meters in a centimeter...