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English
do u agree dat persistence is d major factor in success, and dat talent, genuis and education play, at best secondary roles? Plan and write an essay in which u develop ur point of view on dis issue.Support ur position with reasoning and examples taken from ur reading, studies...
March 4, 2011 by abeey

are these correct
Here is the questions it says to simplify: xyy^2 x^3 and here is the answer x^4 y^3 ---------------------------- here is another one m^3 pmxm^2 x^3 p^5 and here is the answer m^6 p^6 x^4 ---------------------------- and here is another one xm^2 xm^3 x^3 m and here is the ...
August 2, 2005 by Benita

English
1. For here or to go? - For here. 2. Here or to go? - Here 3. Is this for here or to go? - For here. 4. Is this here or to go? - Here. (Which ones are grammatical?)
March 25, 2014 by rfvv

Is anyone here a chemistry genuis?
The formate ion, (CHO2-), is related to the acetate ion and forms ionic salts with many metal ions. Assume that 9.7416 g of M(CHO2)2 (where M represents the atomic symbol for a particular metal) are dissolved in water. When a solution of 0.200 M sodium sulfate is added, a ...
April 9, 2010 by timmy

English Expressions
Here you are. Here it is. Here they are. Here you go. There you go. ------------------------- Are all the expressions can be used when we hand something to another? Are they the same in meaning?
January 15, 2008 by John

English
I don't understand the question???? Can somebody give an example. Complete the chart below with the present simple tense, using the verb ‘go’: PERSON I you he/she/it We you they POSITIVE I live here We eat here. QUESTION When did you move here. What do they eat. NEGATIVE He ...
October 23, 2008 by Tony

English
I don't understand the question???? Can somebody give an example. Complete the chart below with the present simple tense, using the verb ‘go’: PERSON POSITIVE QUESTION I I live here When did you you We eat here move here he/she/it What do they eat We you NEGATIVE they He didn’...
October 23, 2008 by Tony

English
I don't understand the question???? Can somebody give an example. Complete the chart below with the present simple tense, using the verb ‘go’: PERSON I you he/she/it we you they POSITIVE I live here We eat here QUESTION When did you move here What do they eat NEGATIVE He didn’...
October 23, 2008 by Tony

English
1. It is for two blocks from here. 2. It is for two stops from here. 3. It is for two miles from here. 4. It is for two kilometers from here. (Are they all grammatical?)
May 27, 2010 by rfvv

english
i need to find the Verb, Subject, Linking Verb, Indirect Object, Direct Object, Subject Compliment and the Objective Complement and the preposition phrases. Here are the question and my answer, can someone tell me what I did wrong on theses, The computer isn't telling me. ...
April 5, 2011 by Anta

Chemistry
Hi, I have to take chemistry placement test for college this week. Does anyone here have advice for studying to prepare for the test? I took chemistry in high school 2 years ago so I don't remember anything.
October 11, 2010 by Advice please

English
1. The temperature here is of medium. 2. The temperature here is of average. 3. The temperature here is neither low now high. (Would you correct errors?)
June 21, 2010 by rfvv

English
1. Do you live around here? 2. Do you live near here? 3. Do you live in here? (Are they all grammatical? #1 is the same as #2? #3 is a little different, right?)
April 30, 2010 by rfvv

English
No smoking = Do not smoke here. No parking = Do not park here. No swimming = Do not swim herre. No tipping = Do not tip here. No ________ No ________ No _________ (Would you let me know some more expressions which signs say? Or do you have a good website for that?)
November 19, 2008 by John

Chemistry
The energies, E, for the first few states of an unknown element are shown here in arbitrary units. n 1 E -11 n 2 E -5 n 3 E -2 n 4 E -1 n ... E ... n infinite E 0 A gaseous sample of this element is bombarded by photons of various energies (in these same units). Match each ...
October 30, 2012 by Anonymous

Clinical Chemistry
Anyone here good with clinical chemistry, particularly separation assays and high performance liquid chromatography?
April 16, 2013 by James

Chemistry
Hi Dr. Bob, this is a chemistry question. I don't know how to go about solving this problem: What is the pH of the solution created by combining 11.40 mL of the 0.10 M NaOH(aq)with 8.00 mL of the 0.10 M HC2H3O2(aq)? Here's what I have so far: (0.10M NaOH)(0.0114L)= 0.00114 mol...
October 28, 2009 by Yo

English
1. Do you live around here? 2. Do you live about here? 3. Do you live near here? (Are they all grammatical and the same?)
May 6, 2010 by rfvv

English
1. Can you find something sweet? Yes. Here is a sweet cake. 2. Can you find something red? Yes. Here is a red shirt. 3. Can you find something cold? Yes. Here is a (X) cold strawberry juice. 4. Can you find something expensive? Yes. Here is an expensive electric guitar. 5. Can...
November 2, 2009 by rfvv

English Expression
A: I don't like pork. B: Same here. A: I'd like a hamburger and a small coke. B: Same here. -------------- Can we use 'Same here' as in the short dialgues?
May 15, 2008 by John

Maths
f:x -> (4x²-8x-21)/(x²-1) (a) Analyse (b) Sketch I'm struggling on (a) so I can't do (b) Here are my ideas/what I've got so far: (a)Domain, x is a set of real numbers; x can not equal 1 Asymptotes x=1, y=? I think you have to divide here but i can't figure it out with the x...
May 27, 2009 by Anonymous

English
1. I think we are here to talk truly. 2. I think we are here to talk truthfully. 3. I think we are here to talk t______ (Are they all grammatical and the same? What other adverbs can we use starting the letter t?
July 21, 2012 by rfvv

Chemistry
What is the pH of the solution created by combining 11.40 mL of the 0.10 M NaOH(aq) with 8.00 mL of the 0.10 M HCl(aq)? with 8.00 mL of the 0.10 M HC2H3O2(aq)? Here is the chart that i am supposed fill out: mL NaOH pH w/ HCl pH w/ HC2H3O2 11.40 _________ ____________ Here's ...
April 27, 2009 by Lisa

Chemistry
A solution household bleach contains 5.25% NaClO, by mass. Assuming that the density of bleach is the same as water(1.0g/ml). Calculate the volume in mL of household bleach that should be diluted with water to make 500.0 ml of a pH= 9.80 solution. Here's what I've done so far...
April 20, 2012 by Katherine

Chemistry
im curious if i post my work on here will anyone check it for me to see if it is right?
July 30, 2008 by jecce.

college
here is a chemistry 10 quetion. Convert 35.2mL to hm to third power
September 15, 2009 by Rhonda

Chemistry
Here is a chemical reaction Fe + O2--> Fe2+O3 what was Antonie Lavoiser rusting?
February 11, 2010 by Anonymous

chemistry
here is a redox reaction Fe+ Cu2+„³ Fe2+ Cu Is Fe oxidized and Cu reduced ? and why. Thanks for the help:)
November 25, 2011 by John G

Precalc
How would I put this parabola in standard form: x^2-6x+8y-31 Here how I started it: x^2-6x+9=-8y+31 Im not sure what to do from here :(
August 18, 2011 by Cinderella

English
1. He started on a journey. 2. He went on a journey. 3. He began on a journey. 4. He was on a journey. 5. He took a journey. 6. He made a journey. (Are all grammatical? Do they have the same meaning?) 7. The bread smells bad. 8. The bread smells like a bad fish. 9. The dog ...
June 10, 2009 by John

Pre Algebra
I don't understand by what they subtract... I'm learning Arithmetic Sequences and here's the sequence: -6, -4 2/3, -3 1/3, -2 By what do they add here?
June 5, 2008 by Lily

Chemistry
Can anyone tell me why the answer that I got here is not correct? Pb(s) + AgNO3(aq) yields Ag(s) + PbNO3(s)
October 27, 2010 by Josh

chemistry steps check
What is the pH of the solution created by combining 11.10 mL of the 0.10 M NaOH(aq) with 8.00 mL of the 0.10 M HCl(aq)? This is exactly like what Dr Bob has shown me on the first problem i put here and yet i get this simple one wrong... Here are my steps: NaOH: 0.0111L x.1 M...
May 2, 2008 by Amy

Soil Chemistry
Chlorine is widely used to treat municipal water supplies and swimming pools. If the volume of a sample of Cl2 gas is 8.73L at 755mmHg and 24.0C, how many grams of Cl2 gas are in this sample? This is one of those multi step problems that I get lost....I need to to know how to ...
June 30, 2014 by John

correct statement
A.Quality was important to the cafe's customers. 1.The word quality uses the indefinite artcle here because it is not specific 2. The word quality uses the definite article here because it is specific 3.The word quality uses no article here because it is specif 4. Quality uses...
June 12, 2013 by Jim Collum

music
what about the songs download here, i mean do they contain virus? Has anyboby ever downloaded any song from here?
November 18, 2008 by Anonymous

Algebra
Here is what I am trying to factor: 2x^2 + 3x + 1 = 0. I split the middle term. 2x^2 + 3x - 1x + 1 Then grouped them. (2x^2 +3x) + (-1x + 1) Here is where I am having the problem. What should I do next? Thank you! :-)
May 6, 2009 by Emmalene

Note to physics, chemistry students
Please note the spelling of Physics, and Chemistry. If you are a college student in those courses, and cant spell them, frankly, asking for help here is insulting to your college and you.
October 26, 2008 by bobpursley

Algebra HW
Find the vertex of the function y = –x2 + 2x + 8. it shows me different points as the answer. Im not sure how to find that point. Here are the points: (1,7) or (1,9) or (4,-2) or (-1,-9) Answered in a previous post. Here it is again: Here's a quick way to find the vertex. Use ...
March 20, 2007 by Joel

Math
Here is my question: Use counters to model the difference -2-5. Here is my answer: <-- -5-- -4 -- -3 -- -2-- -1-- 0---1--2--3--4--5---> Start at -2 and count backwards 5 points and it will = -3. Is this correct? Thanks.
July 2, 2009 by B.B.

English
1. Because she will come here, I will meet her. 2. Because she comes here, I will meet her. 3. As she will come here, I will meet her. 4. As she comes here, I will meet her. (Which one is grammatical?)
October 28, 2009 by Tom

chemistry
Here is the question: Automobile air bags use the decomposition of sodium azide as their source of gas for rapid inflation: 2NaN3(s)-->2Na(s)+3N2(g) What mass (g) of NaN3 is required to provide 40.0 of N2 at 25.0 C and 763 torr? Here is my work: P=1.0039atm or 763torr V=40....
June 17, 2009 by Gweedo

macro economics
Here's a picture of the question (since it's hard to make a properly formatted table here): tinyurl.[COM][SLASH]msy298
June 23, 2009 by Anonymous

Chemistry
A mole of pennies stackd on top of one another would reach from here to the sun and back how many times?
February 6, 2008 by Eliza

chemistry
IF WE HAVE TWO SUBESTANCE(A/B)THE MELTING POINT A IS 125 AND FOR B THE M.P IS UNKNOWN,HOW COULD KNOW WE WITH HERE A/B ARE THE SAME SUB.OR DIFFRENT
February 11, 2011 by Anonymous

chemistry
IF WE HAVE TWO SUBESTANCE(A/B)THE MELTING POINT A IS 125 AND FOR B THE M.P IS UNKNOWN,HOW COULD KNOW WE WITH HERE A/B ARE THE SAME SUB.OR DIFFRENT
February 11, 2011 by SORAN/IRAQ

Chemistry
I'm not quite sure what i'm doing wrong here: The Ksp for Ga(OH)3 = 7.28 X 10-36. What is the molar solubility of Ga(OH)3 in a 3.80M solution of gallium sulfate?
March 22, 2011 by Emily

Chemistry
When the oxidation-reduction reaction shown here is balanced, how many electrons are transferred for each atom of copper that reacts? Ag^+ + Cu = Ag + Cu^2+
June 26, 2012 by Danielle

Chemistry
Need help on how to balance equations. Here are a few of the problems. First let me supply the w/s directions: Predict the products of the reactions below. Then, write the balanced equation and clasify the reactions. Here are examples of a few of the different kinds of ...
April 20, 2009 by Annonomous

Chemistry
Where can i find the quanity measured by each of of the seven SI base units and the SI symbol of the unit. Here: http://www.chemie.fu-berlin.de/chemistry/general/si_en.html thanks
January 21, 2007 by Bryan

chemistry
Here is the question: A sample of ethanol, C2H5OH, weighing 2.84g was burned in an excess of oxygen in a bomb calorimeter. THe temperature of the calorimeter rose from 24C to 33.73C. If the heat capacity of the calorimeter and contents was 9.63 kj/C. What is the calue of q for...
June 24, 2009 by Capacino

Chemistry
A gas mixture contains 1.16 g N2 and 0.89 g O2 in a 1.49 L container at 16 degrees C. What is partial pressure of N2 & O2? *I already know the mole fraction for N2 is 0.60, and 0.40 for O2. I just don't know where to go from here.
October 11, 2010 by Michelle

Chemistry
How to know overall charge of molecule? see question # 12 here, why is it -1? how do you know? itech.pjc.edu/tgrow/2210/chm2210ps4sol.pdf
January 29, 2011 by ben

Chemistry
Write the full electron configuration for the ground state of each of the following: a. Ni b. Ni2+ I'm not exactly sure what to do here, please help!
November 30, 2011 by Beth

English
1. Here is fresh salad. 2. Here is a fresh salad. (Which one is correct? Are both correct?) 3. Here is cold strawberry juice. 4. Here is a cold strawberry juice. (Which one is right?)
October 23, 2010 by rfvv

Math
Using factoring to solve each quadriatic equation. 2x^2-5x-3=0. This is what I have so far but don't know what to do from here. GCF:1 A:2 B:-5 C:-3 AC:-6 Goal is the find two numbers that add to -5 and multiply to -6 Factors of 6: 1,6 -2,3 (That's the one) I don't know what to...
April 9, 2010 by Carly

English
Posted by rfvv on Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 3:40pm. Posted by rfvv on Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 3:21am. {At a restaursant} For hear or to go? Is this for here or to go? It's for here, please. It is to go, please. (Are the expressions above all grammatical? What is ...
December 17, 2010 by rfvv

government part 2
Can someone please help me try to word this differently. I understand everything they are saying all I need help with is how to say it another way I'm not on here begging for answers so here it is right from my text.
April 24, 2007 by Jon

English
Identify the sentence that is punctuated correctly. A. Here is our check, Mr. Vons, for $7.35. B. Here is our check Mr. Vons, for $7.35. C. Here is our check, Mr. Vons for $7.35. D. Here is our check Mr. Vons for $7.35. D
April 29, 2014 by Angela

English
Identify the sentence that is punctuated correctly. A. Here is our check, Mr. Vons, for $7.35. B. Here is our check Mr. Vons, for $7.35. C. Here is our check, Mr. Vons for $7.35. D. Here is our check Mr. Vons for $7.35. c
May 6, 2014 by Susan

Chemistry
I'll try to explain better, and will try to include a url. Examine the drawings in fig 11. What types of particles are modelled in each drawing? A) There are three individual cubes in that figure, they are all the same colour which is red. By individual I mean that they are ...
September 20, 2010 by Anonymous

third side (picture attached)
I have already asked this in another thread. Here is more explanation: The radius of earth's orbit is 1.5 * 10^8km & the radius of venus's orbit is 1.1 * 10^8 km. We need to find out the distance from earth to venus for both positions of venus. A picture is uploaded here if ...
November 10, 2006 by Jen

Math
Here is the problem: Find the missing parts of 1/200. Here are my answers: Percent= 1/2% Fraction= 1/200 Decimal= .005. Is this correct?
July 14, 2009 by B.B.

Algebra 1
Put the following in order from in between 1 and 2 here are the numbers: 0.78, 1/4, 2/3, 3/4, and 77%. Second Problem: Same as the one above but here are the numbers: 0.67, 2/3, 0.600, and 65%
August 29, 2012 by Dani.

English
Here you go. = Here you are. =There you go. =There you are. We can use the expressions above when a clerk hands things to a customer. ----------------------- Doe the four expressions have the smae meaning?
September 4, 2008 by John

Chemistry
What would be the product of a reaction between methanal and pyrrolidine in acid? I know that normally a reaction between a carbonyl and a secondary amine would form an enamine. Here I am confused because there are no hydrogens that can be removed to form the enamine as this ...
April 7, 2010 by Alice

English
Can someone please tell me who she is refering to as "you" in this poem? Also, what the poem means, beyond the literal level. Thank you :) Alone Lying, thinking Last night How to find my soul a home Where water is not thirsty And bread loaf is not stone I came up with one ...
March 3, 2010 by Gaveen

english
emicolons, Colons, Dashes and Parentheses: Recall Exercise 2. Identify the correct sentence. a) Here's what I'd suggest—major in business; and minor in Spanish . b) Here's what I'd suggest; (major in business and minor in Spanish). c) Here's what I'd suggest: major in business...
June 30, 2012 by tee

English
Can someone please tell me what's the "deeper" meaning (beyond literal) of this poem. I have a really hard time finding it. Thank you :) Alone Lying, thinking Last night How to find my soul a home Where water is not thirsty And bread loaf is not stone I came up with one thing ...
March 2, 2010 by Gaveen

Math
Here is the question: Choose a nonzero integer for n to show that -n can be evaluated as a positive number. Here is my answer: If n=-2 then -n=-(-2)=2 Two negatives make a positive. Is this correct.
June 30, 2009 by B.B.

derivative
29) Find the derivative of the function. F(X)=2x^2(3-4x)^2 This is what I have so far. I am usually pretty good at simplifying but I am missing something here. f'(x)=2x^2(4)(3-4x)^3(-4) + (3-4x)^4(4x) Here is where I go wrong. (Answer from book) =4x(3-4x)^3(-12+3) Thanks for ...
June 11, 2011 by Steff

its my first day here in JISKHA QUESTION
so i'd like to know when.iam going gets my answer..and how you see when they answered you please help iam a new..visitor here
March 12, 2014 by mandisa khumalow

English
Their ship is not far from here in a river. ---------------------------- What is the relationship between 'here' and 'in a river'? Are they in apposition?
December 14, 2013 by rfvv

Chemistry
If an 0.650 m aqueous solution freezes at –2.00 °C, what is the van't Hoff factor, i, of the solute? Kf values can be found here. the Kf value is 1.86 °C/m. I get 2 for the answer but it is wrong. Please help!
March 1, 2013 by Anonymous

Chemistry
Quick question here: Which has the higher reactivity, Calcium or Potassium? Is it calcium?
December 1, 2008 by Anonymous

Math
Some of these conversions have an error. If there is an error, explain the nature of the error and complete the conversion correctly. (I redid all the questions and only the first one looked incorrect to me. Can you look it over and point out any other mistakes? Thank you) a) ...
July 17, 2014 by Torrance

chemistry
50% purity NAOH liquid . if the density is 1.53 . so one liter hou much NAOH is here ?
October 21, 2009 by jeet

Where is DrBob222?
Hey does anyone know when DrBob222 comes on here, cause I have a lot of chemistry questions which I need him to check. Thanks.
October 11, 2010 by Anonymous

Chemistry
What is the volume of 128 g of Oxygen at STP?... here's my work... O=16 128/16= 8 moles 8(22.4) = 179.2 L Where did i go wrong?
January 16, 2012 by Jackie

Chemistry
The boiling point of an aqueous solution is 102.35 °C. What is the freezing point? Constants can be found here.
February 21, 2012 by Heather

Chemistry
The compound M2X3 has a molar solubility of 0.0190 M. What is the value of Ksp for M2X3? Here are the choices: 1. 3.52 × 10^-6 2. 4.12 × 10^-5 3. 8.91 × 10^-8 4. 2.48 × 10^-9 5. 2.67 × 10^-7
April 27, 2014 by Sara

ethics 125
I am supposed to write an autobiographical research paper that analyes the influences of race as it relates to my community. I am having problems with this since I have only lived here a year and I don't socialize with anyone here. Any tips?
July 2, 2010 by stumped

Chemistry
The crystal structure of lithium sulfide (Li2S) is pictured here. The length of the unit cell is 5.88 x 10^2. For this structure, determine: (I could not paste the actual picture from the assignment here, but if you go to Google Image and type in "crystal structure of lithium ...
April 14, 2009 by Erica

English
Posted by rfvv on Thursday, December 16, 2010 at 3:21am. {At a restaursant} For hear or to go? Is this for here or to go? It's for here, please. It is to go, please. (Are the expressions above all grammatical? What is the meaning of 'is to' in 'It is to go, please.'? Does it ...
December 16, 2010 by rfvv

Chemistry
What's the highest occupied molecular orbital of I-? I'm really confused here, I thought you could only find HOMO for the first two rows of the periodic table.
April 5, 2010 by echem

Chemistry
Calculate the cell potential for the following reaction as written at 25.00 °C, given that [Cr2 ] = 0.859 M and [Ni2 ] = 0.0190 M. Standard reduction potentials can be found here. Cr+Ni(2+) ->Cr(2+) + Ni
May 8, 2014 by Ladoo

Chemistry
Calculate the cell potential for the following reaction as written at 25.00 °C, given that [Cr2 ] = 0.859 M and [Ni2 ] = 0.0190 M. Standard reduction potentials can be found here.
May 8, 2014 by Didi

Chemistry
Calculate the cell potential for the following reaction as written at 25.00 °C, given that [Cr2 ] = 0.859 M and [Ni2 ] = 0.0190 M. Standard reduction potentials can be found here.
May 8, 2014 by Molu

English
1. This tea is to go. 2. This tea is for here. (What is the part of speech of 'to go' and 'for here'? And what is the meaning of both?)
September 13, 2012 by rfvv

Chemistry
You do it by finding Uuh in the periodic table and knowing that it will have chemical properties that are similar to those in the group with it. Here is a periodic table on the web. Find element #116 and observe the other elements in the same group (O, S, Se, Te, Po). We know ...
February 5, 2007 by DrBob222

Chemistry
Hi,can I have your help? I'm just trying to solve a few Dilution Solution problems. I'm stuck on these two,and I wish you could help. Here's one: A 500 mL bottle of concentrated acetic acid is diluted to make a 5.0% solution. Find the volume of diluted that is prepared? ...
December 8, 2010 by Cliff

Chemistry
Calculate the theoretical mass percent of oxygen in KClO3. here is the my mass percentage of 02 25gKCl03/30.0gKCl03=0.61%02.
September 7, 2013 by kelly

chemistry
I have already posted this and never got a response, please help. here is my data from lab: Buffer1: HPO4- weight 3.412g; original pH Buffer 2: HEPES wt: 1.090g original pH 10.08 buffer1: pH of 0.1M: 7.5; pH of 0.01: 7.72; pH of 0.001M: 7.87 buffer2: PH of 0.1M: 7.5 ph of 0.01...
February 3, 2008 by student

chemistry
Online chemistry lab preparing standards help? I was told to prepare some standard for a chemistry lab and here where the instructions: Obtain a solution of known phosphate concentration. In this lab we will use (1.e-002M) potassium dihydrogen phosphate, KH2PO4. Note the ...
July 1, 2009 by Gweedo8

english
i was just wondering does this song lyric have a metaphor? The stars will cry The blackest tears tonight And this is the moment that I live for I can smell the ocean air And here I am Pouring my heart onto these rooftops Just a ghost to the world That's exactly Exactly what I ...
March 31, 2009 by christina

OHHH MYYY GODDD
Hi I need some help here guys what is the Atomic Structure in the periodic table ,, I need a full explained answer, thankyou You are talking about several chapters in a chemistry text. If you can refine your question a little and tell us exactly what you want to know (not ...
January 1, 2007 by Hi

chemistry
Calculate the freezing point of a solution contaning 5.0 grams of KCl and 550.0 grams of water. answer is -0.45 C but i don't know how to get here
October 4, 2012 by Paloa

English
Can someone please help to find poetic devices in this poem? I know there's similes, alliteration and repetition. Can someone help me find some more? Any help would be appreciated :) Lying, thinking Last night How to find my soul a home Where water is not thirsty And bread ...
March 1, 2010 by Gaveen

chemistry
Which of the following species exhibits resonance if all the formal charges are minimized? a. OF2 b. N2 c. PCl5 d. ClO3- e. BrF3 plz help me out here. its really urgent!!!
September 22, 2011 by icecream

chemistry
Calculate the cell potential for the following reaction as written at 53 °C, given that [Zn2 ] = 0.862 M and [Ni2 ] = 0.0110 M. Standard reduction and oxidation potentials can be found here. Zn(s) + Ni^2+(aq) --> Zn^2+(aq) + Ni(s)
February 29, 2012 by Katie

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