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September 17, 2014

Posts by Nisar


Total # Posts: 15

Physics
Dennis has a problem. He went to school, which is 12 blocks @60 degrees celcius away from home. then he went to the intramural scrimmage at Dumbbell Hight football field, 14 blocks @ (7pie/4)from school. Then he had a study date with aula, and her house is -12 blocks x from ...
September 5, 2005

chem
If 4.75 mL of cycohexene is reacted with 7.04 g of bromine, which is the limiting reagent? What is the theoretical yield of product? Alkenes like cyclohexene undergo addition reactions with bromine to produce dibromoalkanes. So, write and balance the equation. Then, calculate ...
September 4, 2005

chem
What is another name for cardamist? Please write the formula and a link to its structure. See http://antoine.frostburg.edu/chem/senese/101/consumer/faq/what-is-cardamist.shtml
September 4, 2005

can somebody answer my chem questions below plzz
I have posted some chem question below can somebody answer them plzzzzzz Multiple posts asking people to answer your questions will get you banned. Please be patient as someone will help you as soon as possible. If you were travling from Devner,Colardo to Bishmark, North ...
September 2, 2005

chem
How many structural isomers of dicloro,hydroxy,butanoic acid are there? Is there a website that has the structure with names??? The point of this question is to get you to draw the compound, then move the cloro and hydroxyls and count the variations. So draw the butanoic acid...
September 1, 2005

chem
Can somebody help me please??? Ozone, O3 has a O-O-O connectivity. 1. Draw a lewis structure for ozone 2. Calculate the formal charge for each oxygen of ozone 3. Describe the shape of ozone http://coolspace.gsfc.nasa.gov/hawaii/lessons/introducing_ozone1.htm http://dbhs.wvusd....
September 1, 2005

Physics
Given Vector A with magintude 9.17 feet and Vector B with magnitude of 10.58 feet, what is the resultant of the two vectors added together? Answer: I know it would depend on the direction of the vector. If in the same line we would add them or if opposite lines we would ...
August 30, 2005

Physics
Which of these is the best example of a Vector's Magnitude? a. Newtons b. Meter per Second per Second c. Miles per hour d. Feet e. Meters/Second f. all of these Answer: I think since a vector's magnitude is best described as a length that answer should be (d. Feet)but ...
August 29, 2005

physics
1. Vector B is in the third quadrant, therefore its x and y components are negative. If B's direction is 218 degrees (counter clockwise from the positive x-axis) then which expression best describes B's x-component? 1. B*sin(38) 2. B*cos(38) 3. B*tan(38) 4. B*cos(218) ...
August 29, 2005

Physics
1. I have vector A = 700 grams at 15 degrees north of east; what is A's component in the East Direction? (Answer with three significant figures. 7. I have vector A = 700 grams at 15 degrees north of east; what is A's component in the North direction? 1. 700 cos 15 = ...
August 29, 2005

Physics
Someone please help me with this. The speed of ocean waves depends on their wavelength λ (in meters) and the gravitational field strength g (in m/sˆ2) in this way: V=Kλˆp Gˆq Where K is a dimentionless constant. Find ...
August 28, 2005

Physics
I have a hard time solving this problem. The weight of an object at the surface of a planet is proportional to the planet's mass and inversely proportional to the square of the radius of the planet. Jupiter's radius is 11 times Earth's and its mass is 320 times ...
August 28, 2005

ROUNDING
It is pretty easy but I am not quite sure. Round 0.03095583 to the 3 sig figs. Is it 3.12 x E-2 The format is OK but the rounded-off number is 3.10 x 10^-2 2681
August 25, 2005

physiology
Make a good argument for blood to be placed in an organ system OTHER than cardiovascular. Make a good argument for blood to remain in the cardiovascular system. I chose lungs because it is positioned in the same level as heart, but don't know what else to say. As far as ...
June 21, 2005

physio
Out of all four major organic molecules (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids) which ones are present in blood? All are in the blood. Think on what is blood: water, dissolved gases, cells, foods (sugars, lipids, amino acids, etc)
June 20, 2005

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