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August 23, 2014

August 23, 2014

Total # Posts: 409

**SCIENCE - Pls HELP**

A proton (with a mass, mp = 1.673 x 10^-27 kg & electrical charge, e = 1.602 x 10^-19) and an electron (with a mass, me = 9.109 x 10^-31 kg & electric charge -e = -1.602 x 10^-19) are not moving & at a distance of 1.000 x 10^-10 m apart.... (assuming the electrical constant, ...
*February 7, 2007*

**chemistry**

ACCORDING TO THE OCTET RULE, CALCIUM HAS THE TENDENCY TO DO A. LOSE ONE ELECTRON B. LOSE TWO ELECTRONS C. GAIN ONE ELECTRON D. GAIN TWO ELECTRONS
*January 20, 2007*

**Math**

Using the intersection method, I need to solve the following equation: 5x-3.3=x-2.1 Can you point me on the right path? you have to get x's on one side, and the numbers on the other. then solve for x. Kira, Thank so much for your help, but how do you graph the equation to ...
*December 20, 2006*

**algebra**

(2x+1)-(X-1)= to get rid of the second set of parentheses, you have to mulptiply by -1...so the x becomes -x and the -1 becomes 1. So, its 2x + 1 - x +1 = x + 2
*November 19, 2006*

**Music**

Why is sonata-allegro form considered to be dramamtic and rewarding?
*October 16, 2006*

**algerbra 1**

what is the answer to 5x-16=14-5x Just giving you the answer is not what this forum is about. We'd be defeating the purpose of you assignment by doing that. Try to work the variables to one side, say the lefthand side, and the numbers to the other side. Add 5x to both ...
*September 27, 2006*

**Math [Probability]**

78125 bricks
*September 10, 2006*

**saxon 65**

how many minutes is one third of an hour An hour is 60 minutes. What is one third of 60 minutes? I hope this helps. Thanks for asking. 20
*August 28, 2006*

**Metric System**

I have two queations that have to do with the metric system: 1- What connections can you identify between the metric units for length and volume? 2- Why is it difficult to convert miles to yrads or feet? Thanks in advance for your help! 1- What connections can you identify ...
*August 18, 2005*

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