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April 24, 2014

April 24, 2014

Total # Posts: 449

**Scoial Studies**

What were the effects of The Trojan War in its time and today? Does anyone know any websties with this info? Thanks so much!:)

**World History**

Is the story of how the Trojan war started with Helen, and Paris in the Iliad? Thanks:)

**Economics**

What does a private option in health care mean? thanks

**English**

Thank you :]

**English**

What is the definition of lowing in the context of the book "Animal Farm?" thanks:)

**English**

yah thats how i was confused

**English**

In a free verse poem do you need punctuation?

**science**

Write a systematic method to answer, 'How quickly and how do you produce rocket fuel?' using a boling tube, acid, a balloon, and a measuring cylinder?

**Science**

thanks :]:]:]

**Science**

What is the temperature and moisture of a tropical rainforest? thanks

**algebra 1**

a cars fuel economy E ( miles per gallon) is given by the formula E=m divided by g where m is the number of miles driven and g is the number of gallons of fuel used solve the formula for m

**Science**

What is the temperature and moisture of the tropical rainforest? thanks

**math**

238 x360 ----- use a calculator or write it on paper

**Math**

How would I use Distributive property to rewrite each expression then solve 35 x 21

**french - reflexive verbs**

sentence starter : je me - I tu te -You (singular)

**physics**

how to find total displacement of a cheetah that can run 117km/h for 30.0s

**10th grade math**

Thanks so much.

**10th grade math**

Yah, so would you not even look at the 10 to the 12th part of it?

**10th grade math**

1.548937075 x 10 to the 12th. round the number to 3 significat figures. I thought I would respost this because the other one was getting confusing

**10th grade math**

If you didn't do the power of 10 and just kept the number 1.548937075 wouldn't it be rounded to 1.55 if it was round to 3 significant numbers?

**10th grade math**

sry... 1.548937075 x 10 to the 12th. round the number to 3 significat figures.

**10th grade math**

ok. Like here in this example... 1.548937075 x 10 to the 12th. Would you do the problem 1.548937075 x 10 to the 12th which would be 1,548,937,075,000 first before you rounded. I think in the number that I got (1,548,937,075,000) there are 10 significant numbers??

**10th grade math**

How would you figure out 1.45386759 x 10 to the 12 and round to the significant figure? thanks

**mathss**

Can someone explain how to do this: There are 100 boys , 80 girls, and 20 teachers. Out of these, how many ways can 2 girls, 2 boys and 1 teacher (all together in a group of 5) be chosen?

**Science**

What are some things children must learn but animals don't need to know?

**poetry**

For AP Literature, I have to write a 2 page (double spaced) paper analyzing how the painting Nude Descending a Staircase by Marcel Duchamp and the poem of the same name by X. J. Kennedy have a successful connection. What is a good place to start and what are things to mention ...

**Chemistry**

For a.) NH2OH x^2/.50 = 1.1 x 10^-8 => .50(1.1 x 10^-8) = x^2 5.5 x 10^-9 = x^2 5.5 x 10^-9 square root = 7.416 x 10^-5 = x these are all the steps I have

**Chemistry**

Hello! It's me again. How do I calculate % ionization for a.) .50M HONH2 Kb = 1.1e-8 b.) .10M CH3NH2 kB = 4.38e-4 What is [OH-] and pH of these solutions a.) 0.090M NaOH and 0.090M LiOH b.) 0.050M Ba(OH)2 and 0.050M RbOH

**Chemistry**

By the way, how do you find H+ and OH- concentrations from the pH? I have scoured my text book, but found nothing.

**Chemistry**

I already worked out (c), but the rest is still just mush. I'm sorry for my stupidity, but this just doesn't make sense. I can find [H+] or [OH-] as long as I have the concentration of 1 of them, so, ???

**Chemistry**

At 40 degrees Celsius, the value of Kw is 2.92 X 10^-14 a.) calculate the [H+] and [OH-] in pure water at 40 degrees celsius b.)what is the pH in pure water at 40 degrees celsius c.)if [OH-] is .18M , what is the pH

**chemistry**

the following reaction has a Kp = 109 at 25 degrees C 2NO(g) + Br2(g) reversible 2NOBr(g) If the equilibrium partial pressure of Br2 is 0.0159 atm and equil pressure of NOBr is 0.0768 atm, calculate the partial pressure of NO at equlibrium. What are the steps to follow for thi...

**chemistry**

Is there a good website that has good examples for ap chemistry ranging from easy to difficult?

**chemistry**

where does the temperature factor in? I raised it to 1/2 and got 1.75, but that was not the right answer. (I forgot to mention this, but the first reaction is the original one) Could you put a example up? I am very much a visual learner and need to see it before I can do it.

**chemistry**

all reversible reactions Kp= 3.5 X 10^4 temp: 1495K N2(g)+3H2(g) reversible 2NH3(g) 1/2N2(g) + 3/2H2(g) reversible NH3(g) what is the value of K at the temp. what is the process for this? please be detailed.

**college essay**

How long should an application essay be? (max and min)

**Chemistry**

this is all fine and good, but it doesn't give me what I need to find specific heat. If it helps, I meant heat of formation (delta H f).

**Chemistry**

what is the specific heat for Al2O3 as a solid?

**chemistry**

how do you convert joules to kilojoules? example: 2240.48 joules 3887.4 joules 13.85 joules

**chemistry**

a 5.00g sample of Al pellets (specific heat=0.89J/oC*g) and a 10.00g sample of Fe pellets (specific heat=0.45J/oC*g) are heated to 100.0oC. The mixture of hot iron Al is then dropped into 92.1g of water at 21.8oC. Calculate final temp of metal and water mixture, assuming no he...

**chemistry**

what are the van der waals coefficients (a and b) for nitrogen?

**grammar**

underline a book name and put a poems name in quotes

**chemistry**

I need to calculate the pressure exerted by the hydrogen in an eudiometer for a weighing by redox lab. mass of Mg: .021 g temp: 295K barometric pressure: 29.87 inches Hg volume of H2 gas: the difference between tiop water level in eudiometer = 322 mm the difference in the top ...

**chemistry**

I need to calculate the pressure exerted by the hydrogen in an eudiometer for a weighing by redox lab. mass of Mg: .021 g temp: 295K barometric pressure: 29.87 inches Hg volume of H2 gas: the difference between tiop water level in eudiometer = 322 mm the difference in the top ...

**science**

So just take 5 mols of water and convert to molecules?

**science**

Another question. How do I find out how many molecules of water of hydration are in each formula unit of a compound? I want to solve the actual problem myself, but would like some headway.

**AP Chemistry**

I have almost the same question as Josh from August 23rd. If you use 10.0 g of CuSO4 and excess NH3, what is the theoretical yield of Cu(NH3)4SO4? I can handle the theoretical yield, but how do I find the mass of NH3 so I can find the thoretical yield?

**Psychology**

Glutamate is another neurotransmitter associated with memory.

**the bible**

which part of the bible has most pages the old or the new testtament The number of pages will vary depending on the publication. But I believe the Old Testament has more books in it than the New Testament does, if that makes any difference. The best you can do, I think, is to ...

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