What are some examples of an agonist?
Use Distributive Property. a(b+c) = ab + ac
4th grade math
I have letters representing each species. Replace each letter with the number representing the specie. There are 62 Clams. There are 70 Fish. C=62 B= 14+C M= 14+C-9 F=70 I= 1/2*F R= 1/2*F-21 S= 1/2*F-21+10
7^3 is 7 multiply by itself 3 times 7*7*7=x 7^9 is 7 multiply by itself 9 times 7*7*7*7*7*7*7*7*7=y You take the answer from 7^3 (x) and multiply it with 7^9 (y) and you get the answer.
When it says more than it's addition so the equation is 0.25x+2=6 Then you subtract 2 from both side leaving 0.25x = 4 and then divided by 0.25 to get x by itself and then there's your answer!!
It's an upside down trapezoid. with 50 degrees on the left top corner. a 43 degrees on the right top corner. T2 which is 61N is the shorter line on the bottom on the trapezoid. and M1 is hanging on T2 left side and M1 is hanging on T2 right side. Does that make sense?? sor...
The left-hand cable has a tension T1 and makes an angle of 50 degree with the horizontal. The right-hand cable has a tension T3 and makes an angle of 43 degree with the horizontal. A W1 weight is on the left and a W2 weight is on the right. The cable connecting the two weights...
K2SO4+ Na2HPO4=? NaHCO3 + Sr(NO3)2=?
CuSO4+LiNo3 Potassium sulfate+lithium nitrate Can someone help me figure out the equations for these two? Phases aren't required
Steve mcspoke left home on his bike traveling at 18km/hr. Steve's brother set out 2 hours later , following the same route, TRAVELING 54 per hour. How long did brother have to travel to catch up with Steve?