MgO (Magnesium Oxide)?
Is this some kind of survey and you're gathing data from people's responses? ---Well, you'll have to do some research on your career path. Ex: If you are a science major, you better take lot of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, genetics classes and of course lot of...
Um... it uses dendrite to receive signals (inputs) from many other cells because dendrite has many branches of nerve endings. Axons are joined to the dendrite from the head body so the information (message) can be facilitated to the head body. This is what I think, at least.
Translate these info into equations: y=3/5x x=5/3y y+140=2x Now you can use substitution method to solve for x easily.
Okay? I believe I don't see any data or question anywhere here except your little introduction.
Ex: 1^(1/2) = square root of 2 of(1^1) = sqrt (1) = 1 Ex: 2^(3/2) = sqrt of 2 of (2^3) = sqrt (8) = 2 sqrt(2) Basically do the exponent normally for the numerator and do a square root of the denominator number.
Don't know. Can I suggest you open up your book and look at the application problems section on the polynomial chapter? Those word problems should have real life cases.
Okay, this is what I think... it seems to be too easy. So the reaction produces 6 moles of CO2 and 6 moles of H2O, that mean they have a ratio of 1 to 1. In other word, when you have 174 moles of H2O, then you'll also have 174 moles of CO2... so there isn't really any ...
In humans, melanin is the primary determinant of human skin color. So if you are tanned, maybe that's why.