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  1. Chemistry

    How many atoms of iron will be produced from the reaction of 50 g of hematite and 25 g of carbon?
  2. Chemistry

    Mercury and bromine will react with each other to produce mercuric bromide. What mass of mercuric bromide can be produced from the reaction of 5.00 mL mercury (density 13.5 g/mL) and 5.00 mL bromine (density 3.2 g/mL)? What volume in mL of excess reactant remains?
  3. Living a Healthy Life

    Thank you
  4. Living a Healthy Life

    If a child swallows any portion of a poisonous plant, a caregiver should immediately A. have the child lie down and apply cold compresses. B. administer syrup of Ipecac. C. use the Heimlich maneuver to help the child cough up the plant. D. call the poison control center with ...
  5. Living a Healthy Life

    Thank you Ms. Sue
  6. Living a Healthy Life

    Is the answer a?
  7. Living a Healthy Life

    In a child care setting, physical hazards include A. plant allergens, microorganisms, and arthropods. B. radiation, temperature extremes, and noise. C. climbing stairs, lifting, and jumping in place. D. carbon monoxide, lead, and radon.
  8. physic

    770
  9. Math

    how can I use a scale of 1/2in.:15 ft to reproduce a scale drawing of a soccer field?
  10. Math

    18 is the answer
  11. math

    And he earns $12.50 for taryn and $17.50 for Alastair
  12. math

    You mixed taryn with Alastair
  13. Chemistry

    The molar mass of glucose is 180.16g/mol A. How much glucose is needed to make 500 ml of a .44M (.44mol/1L) solution? .44M/L=180.16x.44/100ml=79.27/1000=.07927x500=39.64g/mol/550ml? B What volume of the .44M solution is needed to prepare 1L of a 5% glucose solution? Don't ...
  14. math

    The diagram uses a scale of 1/4in:30ft. Explain hoe to use the scale and scale drawing to find actual soccer field dimensions. Is the correct answer 1in.:120ft
  15. Chemistry

    Given the following equation: N2 (g) + 3H2 (g) → 2NH3 (g) ΔH = -92.6 kJ Calculate ΔH (in kJ) for the decomposition of 30.5 g NH3 (g) into N2 (g) and H2 (g)
  16. Chemistry

    A substance has the following properties: Heat capacities: 1.34 J/g oC (solid) 3.02 J/g oC (liquid) 2.55 J/g oC (gas) Heat of Fusion = 4.23 kJ/mole Heat of Vaporization = 23.5 kJ/mole Boiling Point = 88.5 oC Melting Point = -30.0 oC Molar Mass = 96.3 g/mole How much energy (in...
  17. Chemistry

    Calculate how much acetylene (C2H2) can be produced from 358 g of H2O and an excess of CaC2 if the percent yield for this reaction is 94.5%. CaC2 + 2H2O -> C2H2 + Ca(OH)2
  18. Chemistry

    3NO2 + H2O -> 2HNO3 + NO Calculate the percent yield for the following reaction if 76.8 g of H2O reacted and 125 g of NO were produced.
  19. MATH

    729
  20. Chemistry

    Calculate the energy (kJ) required to raise the temperature of 22g of water from 12 C to 90 C.
  21. Living a Healthy Life

    Children should not be served drinks in containers made of A. Styrofoam. B. stainless steel. C. treated ceramic. D. uninsulated paper. A.
  22. Living a Healthy Life

    When playing outside, children should wear protective clothing and play in shaded areas to A. stay cool and maintain psychological equilibrium. B. prevent attacks of scabies. C. avoid being stung or bitten by insects. D. avoid radiation from sunlight. D.
  23. Living a Healthy Life

    The National Association for the Education of Young Children recommends a minimum of _______ square feet of usable floor space per child. A. 50 B. 10 C. 35 D. 45 C.
  24. Living a Healthy Life

    What are the three methods by which HIV and AIDS are usually transmitted? A. Breastfeeding, sexual intercourse, and shared blood B. Air, water, and shared bodily fluids C. Skin contact, sexual intercourse, and shared clothing D. Sex, food, and drink A.
  25. Living a Healthy Life

    Thanks
  26. Living a Healthy Life

    A child's ability to jump for distance is an example of A. flexibility. B. explosive power. C. reaction time. D. agility. B.
  27. Living a Healthy Life

    Thank you
  28. Living a Healthy Life

    The most effective way to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning is by A. heating buildings with oil or electricity. B. installing and maintaining carbon monoxide detectors. C. keeping an adequate supply of breathing masks at hand. D. remaining alert to the odor. B.
  29. Chemistry

    A 3.78 g sample of ethanol (C2H5OH) was burned completely in a bomb calorimeter. The temperature of the calorimeter plus the contents increased from 25.6oC to 35.2oC. Knowing that ethanol's heat of combustion is -3600 kJ/mol, calculate the total heat capacity ( in kJ/oC ).
  30. Living a Healthy Life

    In America, _______ million children live in poverty. A. 37 B. 14 C. 7 D. 25 B.
  31. Living a Healthy Life

    Some child psychologists have concluded that _______ is the strongest predictor of both scholastic and career achievement. A. respect for authority B. inherited intelligence C. emotional well-being D. physical illness C.
  32. Living a Healthy Life

    Which of thefollowing is a suitable toy for a toddler? A. A walker B. A trampoline C. A riding toy D. Powdered clay C.
  33. Living a Healthy Life

    At what age does exercise begin to result in strength in boys and girls? A. Between ages five and six B. Between ages six and seven C. Between ages three and four D. Between ages one and two B.
  34. Living a Healthy Life

    Which type diapers meet the American Health Association's standards? A. Paper diapers with absorbent gelling materials B. Cotton diapers C. Diapers composed entirely of paper composite D. Recycled diapers A.
  35. Living a Healthy Life

    A child who has to struggle to climb into a chair is confronting a(n) _______ hazard. A. environmental B. biological C. physical D. ergonomic C.
  36. Living a Healthy Life

    Blood pressure is a measure of  A. oxygen levels in the blood.  B. the ratio of red blood cells to white blood cells.  C. how hard the heart is working.  D. the pressure exerted by hemoglobin against the vascular walls.  D.
  37. Living a Healthy Life

    Blood pressure is a measure of A. oxygen levels in the blood. B. the ratio of red blood cells to white blood cells. C. how hard the heart is working. D. the pressure exerted by hemoglobin against the vascular walls. D.
  38. Living a Healthy Life

    Refrigerated foods should be stored at _______ degrees Fahrenheit or lower. A. 45 B. 35 C. 55 D. 31 B.
  39. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    The interaction between a child's biological makeup and the environmental influences that affect his or her development and behavior is called the  A. ecological systems theory.  B. body in the classroom analysis.  C. balanced systems approach.  D. me/...
  40. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Alcohol, drugs, radiation, and pollutants that affect a child's development are called A. toxic inhibitors. B. teratogens. C. transferal agents. D. phenylanines. B.
  41. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    One reason early childhood education centers have become increasingly important providers of health education is that A. younger, healthier teachers and classroom aides have emerged. B. schools are more sanitary than 70 percent of home environments. C. working parents are ...
  42. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Children's genetically prescribed tastes in foods are affected by the A. freshness index of the food provided to them. B. amount of caloric energy they expend in between meals and snacks. C. foods they're exposed to by their culture. D. quality of the air they breathe ...
  43. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Growth, maturation, and learning are all used interchangeably with the term A. regression. B. maintenance. C. development. D. exposure. C.
  44. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Can someone please tell me if my answer is right
  45. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Fats should not account for more than _______ percent of total daily calories   A. 30    B. 50    C. 10    D. 75    A.
  46. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Can someone please tell me if my answer is right.
  47. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    A child practices tossing a ball into a hoop from the same distance each day. What type of knowledge is he using?    A. Regressive    B. Hypothetical    C. Assimilative    D. Adaptive    A.
  48. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Can someone tell me if my answer is right.
  49. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    The interaction between a child's biological makeup and the environmental influences that affect his or her development and behavior is called the A. ecological systems theory. B. body in the classroom analysis. C. balanced systems approach. D. me/them dynamic. C.
  50. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Fats should not account for more than _______ percent of total daily calories   A. 30   B. 50   C. 10   D. 75   A.
  51. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    A child practices tossing a ball into a hoop from the same distance each day. What type of knowledge is he using?   A. Regressive   B. Hypothetical   C. Assimilative   D. Adaptive   A.
  52. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Complete proteins can be found in A. citrus fruits and highly acidic vegetables. B. meat, fish, poultry, eggs, and dairy. C. beans, rice, and nuts. D. only beef. B.
  53. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Children should be physically active _______ adults. A. more than B. twice as much as C. the same amount as D. less than A.
  54. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Fats should not account for more than _______ percent of total daily calories  A. 30  B. 50  C. 10  D. 75  A.
  55. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    A child practices tossing a ball into a hoop from the same distance each day. What type of knowledge is he using?  A. Regressive  B. Hypothetical  C. Assimilative  D. Adaptive  A.
  56. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Fats should not account for more than _______ percent of total daily calories A. 30 B. 50 C. 10 D. 75 A.
  57. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    A child practices tossing a ball into a hoop from the same distance each day. What type of knowledge is he using? A. Regressive B. Hypothetical C. Assimilative D. Adaptive A.
  58. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    A strategy for health promotion among infants, toddlers, and young children focuses on educational programs, physical fitness, activities, and A. tobacco, alcohol, and drug use. B. family planning. C. nutrition. D. mental health and mental disorders. C.
  59. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    At the sensorimotor level of cognitive development, a child A. can achieve short bursts of speed and strength but can't sustain them. B. can move her arms, legs, and head, but can't move her body over distance. C. depends mostly on visual cues from adults for ...
  60. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    When a child demonstrates an inability to leap over a barrier, his teacher checks to see if he has mastered the skills of jumping down from a height and jumping for distance. In doing this, the teacher is A. applying a developmental perspective. B. sequencing motor change. C. ...
  61. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    _______ have more than twice as many of calories as do proteins or carbohydrates. A. Alkaloids B. Salty foods C. Solubles D. Fats D.
  62. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    My answer is from my book. Is it A?
  63. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Neuron development and elaboration, which occurs between birth and age 10, is prompted by A. intake of foods rich in vitamins and minerals. B. physical movement on the part of the child. C. aural prompts from the family, school, and environment. D. exposures to different ...
  64. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    which of the following are the three major types of knowledge identified by Piaget? A. Linguistic, physiological, and arithmetical B. Physical, logicalmathematical, and social C. Micro, meso, and exo D. Subjective, objective, and hyperconscious B.
  65. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    What are the three main factors in a readiness model? A. Maturation, learning, and motivation B. Psychological, social, and physical C. Age, intelligence, and agility D. Height, weight, and age A.
  66. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    When a child not only throws a ball farther than she had previously, but also changes the way the throws the ball, the change is called  A. qualitative.  B. cumulative.  C. multifactoral.  D. quantitative.  D.
  67. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    Encouraging children to eat certain foods their families enjoy around holidays is an example of A. showing respect for ethnic and cultural differences. B. creating barriers between children of different ethnic and religious backgrounds. C. fostering dependence on highly ...
  68. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    A main source of fat and saturated fatty acids in children's diets is A. French fries. B. candy. C. whole milk. D. meat. A.
  69. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    I mean the answer is B.
  70. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    The main goal of effective health education programs for young children is to A. teach children that authority figures are their best guides to a healthy lifestyle. B. provide children with good environmental models of healthy lifestyles. C. provide children with the knowledge...
  71. Foundation of a Healthy Lifestyle

    When a child not only throws a ball farther than she had previously, but also changes the way the throws the ball, the change is called A. qualitative. B. cumulative. C. multifactoral. D. quantitative. D.
  72. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    You're trying to plan an activity for your third graders, who will be arriving around 2:30 in the afternoon. Today you want to do something associated with mathematics. Which one of the following activities would be appropriate? A. Keeping track of the weather B. Making a ...
  73. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Of the following, which is the IRS publication considered to be the most important reference on taxes by many day care providers?  A. Farmer's Tax Guide  B. Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses  C. Your Federal Income Tax (For Individuals)  D. ...
  74. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Of the following, which is the IRS publication considered to be the many day care providers? A. Farmer's Tax Guide B. Travel, Entertainment, Gift, and Car Expenses C. Your Federal Income Tax (For Individuals) D. Tax Guide for Small Business C.
  75. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    To create effective and attractive programs for school age children, most activities should be: A. traditional games B. similar to those experienced during the school day C. self-selected D. focused on academic learning C.
  76. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Ok & sorry just needed to know if my answer is right or wrong.
  77. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Is it A?
  78. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    More communities are addressing the need for out-of-school care because of A. inadequate supervision of teens and teen pregnancy. B. teen pregnancy and inadequate care of their infants. C. unsupervised children and juvenile crime. D. working mothers and juvenile delinquency. D.
  79. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    An income statement gives information on the total _______ of a particular period.  A. capital  B. liabilities  C. expenses  D. assets  C.
  80. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Why must parents be involved in their child's day care program when it's sponsored by the government? A. The government doesn't want the caregiver to replace family care. B. Parents can judge the abilities of the staff at the center. C. Parent involvement frees the...
  81. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    The most important reason for caregivers to be able to work together as a team is that A. caregivers must show a good working relationship to licensing agencies. B. caregivers must often coordinate and share responsibilities and resources. C. children need multiple caregivers...
  82. Parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    An income statement gives information on the total _______ of a particular period. A. capital B. liabilities C. expenses D. assets C.
  83. parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Which one of the following groups of people is an example of a reconstituted family? A. Father, mother, adopted children B. Mother, mother's sister, mother's son, mother's sister's daughter C. Father, mother, son, daughter D. Mother, father, son from mother'...
  84. parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    If an employee in your center earns $9,500 a year, how much federal unemployment tax must you pay for this employee? A. $400.00 B. $76.00 C. $475.00 D. $56.00 D.
  85. parents, Finances, and School-Age Children

    Which of the following would constitute adult supervision with full accountability? A. Sending a child to lessons or other youth groups to be looked after B. In-home care or out-of-home care in a center with a child-and-youth leader C. Self-care for the child in his or her own...
  86. Financing and Budget

    Thank you Brady it surely helps :-)
  87. Financing and Budget

    All I wanted to know if my answer was right. I'm sorry if I upset you.
  88. Financing and Budget

    This financial ratio measures the business's liquidity:   A. profit margin.   B. average daily rate ratio.   C. current ratio.   D. days receivable ratio.   C.
  89. Financing and Budget

    Ok thank you
  90. Financing and Budget

    I meant D.
  91. Financing and Budget

    The Average Daily Rate ratio, often used by outsiders as an evaluation of how much revenue is earned each day, is usually calculated on the basis of how many days?  A. 365 days  B. 30 days  C. Number of days a child care facility is open  D. 360 days  A.
  92. Financing and Budget

    This financial ratio measures the business's liquidity:  A. profit margin.  B. average daily rate ratio.  C. current ratio.  D. days receivable ratio.  C.
  93. Financing and Budget

    The Average Daily Rate ratio, often used by outsiders as an evaluation of how much revenue is earned each day, is usually calculated on the basis of how many days? A. 365 days  B. 30 days  C. Number of days a child care facility is open  D. 360 days A.
  94. Financing and Budget

    The Income Statement for Tiny Tykes Day Care reveals total revenues of $181,575 and total expenses of $159,657. The profit margin for Tiny Tykes is A. 87.9%. B. 12.1%. C. impossible to determine from the information given. D. 1.2%. B.
  95. Financing and Budget

    Child care operating budgets generally contain a pro forma income statement. To prepare this statement, you must first prepare budgets for _______ and _______. A. estimated income; actual income B. estimated expenditures; actual expenditures C. revenues; expenses D. income; ...
  96. Financing and Budget

    An aging of accounts receivable performed on April 20 reveals that one of your customers has owed you $325 since January 15. Which of the following alternatives should you pursue? A.Telephone the customer on a daily basis. B. Offer additional credit to your clients. C. Turn ...
  97. Financing and Budget

    This financial ratio measures the business's liquidity: A. profit margin. B. average daily rate ratio. C. current ratio. D. days receivable ratio. C.
  98. Financing and Budget

    I meant D
  99. Financing and Budget

    The Average Daily Rate ratio, often used by outsiders as an evaluation of how much revenue is earned each day, is usually calculated on the basis of how many days? A. 365 days B. 30 days C. Number of days a child care facility is open D. 360 days A.
  100. Financing and Budget

    Is it A?
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