A compound of Tin Sulfate is decomposed in the lab to give 1.91g of Tin, 1.03 grams of Sulfur, and 2.06g Oxygen. Determine if this is a compound of Tin(II) Sulfate or Tin(IV) Sulfate.
A person standing at the edge of a seaside cliﬀ kicks a stone over the edge with a speed of 21 m/s. The cliﬀ is 52 m above the waters surface. How long does it take for the stone to fall to the water? The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s^2. Thanks!
Ahh makes much more sense when Reiny did it. I remember learning this in algebra. I have a tendency to give everything its own variable, which makes the problem impossible to solve i guess.
x + y = 1,100 a + b = 49 (x+5%) + (y+2%) = 1,149 That's all I could take from the question. Now how you solve and get the answer is beyond me.
It just depends on how the problem is actually written. Is 3y-8 all over 12 or is 8 just over 12? Because I solved 3y - (8/12) = (y/5), not [(3y-8)/12]= (y/5)...its just all in how you type your question.
Makes so much more sense now! Thank you! I looked up the definition of connotation, even though I thought I knew it, and that made it much easier to understand when I re-read it. You're right, storm is the big "problem" word!
Hmm, that's interesting how no teacher of mine ever thought to tell me that. So now my problem is how do I consider it as a 'whole'? and should i be looking at the words literally or figuratively?
The question is asking about problems in her life, so yes 'where the storm is over' could mean where the problems end when she dies, but i could also show that the other answers could say something about challenges in her life. "On this wondrous sea" could be...
Well if I had not read online that Emily Dickinson wrote a lot of poems about death, then I probably wouldn't have a clue to what it implies. However, I'll say it implies that "the storm" or the bad parts of her life is "o'er" or over or finished.