Please help me solve this problem. I don't know how to approach this problem type. C3H8(g) + 5 O2 (g) ---- 3 CO2(g) + 4H2O(g) Conside the reaction. If you start with 7.0 moles of C3H8 (propane)and 7.0 moles O2, ________ mole(s) of carbon dioxide will be produced. Thanks fo...
Please let me know if my equation is correct,taken from the following word problem. If you react Iron(111)oxide with carbon monoxide,you will produce liquid iron and carbon dioxide. Fe2O3 + CO --> Fe + CO2. If I'm correct..how do I balance this. Thanks for your help.
If 1.00 L of an unknown gas at STP has a mass of 5.40 g,what is the molar mass?
Based on the law of definite composition, Dalton proposed that one atom of carbon combines with two atoms of oxygen to always produce CO2. Similarly,he proposed that two atoms of hydrogen combine with one atom of oxygen to give a molecule of H2O. Finally,Dalton reasons that tw...
Saying that 4<(sq.root of x)<9 is equivalent to saying what about x ? a. 0<x<5 b. 0<x<65 c. 2<x<3 d. 4<x<9 e. 16<x<81 Please help. Does this problem relate to 'x'values on the xy coordinate system ? If so please explain the concept ...
On a math test,12 students earned an A. This number is exactly 25% of the total number of students in the class. How many students are in the class? 'In this problem I'm not sure whether I'm being asked to solve for one or two unknowns. May I have your help ? Than...
the scores on a 100 pt test are normally distributed with a mean of 80 and a standard deviation of 6. a student's score places him between the 69th and 70th percentile. what is his score?
May I have your help in solving this type of function ? y = square root of x+1 I get a little confused when a radical is present in the function.
What is the line of thought or sequence of thought for solving simple algebraic expressions? When I'm asked to solve the expression (5k)k^3....first I check with my list of exponent rules, and there are always a few that could be used to solve the expression.I just dont kn...
Please define what is meant by "general to specific logic." Thank you
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