This is what the chart talks about. A Melt 1 cup of butter chop an onion mix ingredients in a large bowl B Brown the meat in a frying pan boil 6 eggs bake at 350 degrees kendra was looking at recipes in a cookbook. she divided some of the steps of a recipe into two columns. ...
You have a sealed glass jar full of air. If you put it in the freezer, what happens to the gas pressure in the jar??
Which physical properties are characteristic of normal solids? 1)brittle 2)little luster 3)malleable 4)ductile 5)good conductors of heat I think #1 and #2
How do conduction and convection differ? My answer was: Conduction requires objects to have direct physical contact, convection does not.
Which physical properties are characteristic of metals? Choose all that apply. 1) brittle 2)high luster 3)malleable 4)ductile 5)not very reactive I think #s 2,3 and 4 Thanks
AP Environmental Science-Ecosystems
1. What are the physical products of cellular respiration? a. Oxygen and carbon dioxide b. Nitrogen and carbon c. Glucose and oxygen d. Glucose and water e. Water and carbon dioxide 2. If the biomass of flowers that support the butterflies was known to contain 100,000 units of...
Health and PE
_____ is at the top of Maslow's hierarchy of needs? 1) physical needs 2)safety 3)esteem 4)self-actualization I think #4 but all are important. Thanks
health physical education
all of the traits passed biologically from parent to child are known as
Need help immediately!! When an electric current is passed through water during the process of electrolysis, two gases are formed. One has a boiling point of -183°C and the other has a boiling point of -253°C. Has a physical change or chemical change occurs? Explain.
13.5ml of hydrogen iodide are produced by the reaction of 8.1ml of hydrogen and 9.3ml of iodine vapor at444°c. Calculate the Kc at this temperature
At a certain temperature 0.1moles of hydrogen gas and 0.1 moles of iodine gas were placed in 1 litre flask. It was found that the concentration of iodine decreased to 0.02moles per litre. Calculate the value of the Kc for the reaction
penn foster teacher aid
1. The Stubborn Child Law enacted by Massachusetts in 1646 permitted parents to A. use corporal punishment when children disobeyed them. B. keep children out of school if they were needed for family work purposes. C. institutionalize a child born with a physical or mental ...
When you measure the boiling point of mercury, you are investigating a ____? 1)chemical change 2)chemical property 3)physical change 4)physical property I think #3. This is a practice but want to make sure. Thanks,
what term used to be defined as using a blade to cut a physical photograph so that only a segment remains? 1.) Clip art 2.) Crop 3.) Cut and paste 4.) Typeface Please help me! <3
When an electric current passed through water during the process of electrolysis, two gases are formed. One gas has a boiling point of -183 degrees Celsius and the other has a boiling point of -253 degrees Celsius. Has a physical or a chemical change occurred? Explain.
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" An ATTEMPT to healthy living can cause misery. How true is this" Are these arguments good/fair enough ?? against : a) attempting to live a healthy lifestyle means involvement in sports and outdoor activities, yoga classes, gym bla bla bla. these help one remain fit and also ...
If don't mind could you check my answers for environmental science 1.The interdisciplinary study of humanityâ€™s relationship with other organisms and the non-living physical environment is termed: a) ecology b) sociology c) political science d) risk analysis e) ...
If don't mind could you check my answers for environmental science 1.The interdisciplinary study of humanity’s relationship with other organisms and the non-living physical environment is termed: a) ecology b) sociology c) political science d) risk analysis e) environmental ...
A soild cube of aluminum (density2.70g/cm^3) has a volume of 0.200cm^3 . It is known that 27.0g of aluminum contains 6.02x10^23 atoms . How many aluminum atoms are contained in the cube ?
ER Diagram - Database
An online retailer, S record, which sells physical music albums, plans to implement a DBMS to enhance its data management practice and ultimately advance business operations. The requirements collection and analysis phase of the database design process has provided the ...
Your hot tub has overheated to a very uncomfortable 48 degrees C. If your hot tub contains 402 L of hot water, what mass of ice at -5 degrees C would you need to add to your hot tub to bring the temperature down to a more comfortable 36 degrees C?
Williams, Dunsiger, Jennings, and Marcus (2012) conducted a study to test how enhanced mood during exercise can increase the likelihood of physical activity in the future. They reported that at 6 months of physical activity, mood scores (rated on a scale from -5 to +5) after a...
One potential problem with using molarity to express concentration is that molarity is temperature dependent. If you make a 1.000 M solution of aqueous HCl at 25 degrees celsius, what would the molarity of this solution become if the temperature of the solution is elevated to ...
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Physical, English
A 50 gram bullet moving with a velocity 10 m/s gets embedded into a 950 g stationary body . The loss in K.E. of the system will be
How do you find the mass if they give you the joules and the velocity? Please help me! I'm really confused...
Two objects were lifted by a machine. One object had a mas of 2 kilograms, and was lifted at a speed of 2 m/sec. The other had a mass of 4 kilogram was lifted at a rate of 3 m/sec. ------------------------------------------- a) Which object had more kinetic energy being...
The potential energy of an apple is 6.00 joules. The apple is 3.00-meters high. What is the mass of the apple? Please help! I have no idea how to solve this. :(
Connelly cuts a solid object in half. What happens to the mass, volume, and density of the object that Connelly cuts? A)The mass and volume are both divided by two, and the density is divided by four. B) The volume is divided by two, but the mass and density do not change. C) ...
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ 3. During a phase change, the temperature of a substance (1 point) a) increases. b) decreases. c) does not change. d) increases or decreases. My Answer: C Could someone please check my answer? Thanks! - Da Fash
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ 5. If the volume of a cylinder is reduced from 8.0 liters to 4.0 liters, the pressure of the gas in the cylinder will change from 70 kilopascals to (1 point) a) 35 kilopascals. b) 105 kilopascals. c) 140 kilopascals. d) 560 ...
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ 2. Which of the following is NOT a clue that a chemical change has occurred? (1 point) a) change in color b) production of a gas c) formation of a precipitate d) change in shape My Answer: D Could someone please check my answer...
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ Fill in the Blank 10. The _______________ theory of matter states that all particles of matter are in constant motion. (1 point) My Answer: kinetic Could someone please check my answer? Thanks! - Da Fash
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ Fill in the Blank 9. Materials can be classified as solids, liquids, or gases based on whether their shapes and _______________ are definite or variable. (1 point) My Answer: volumes Can someone please check my answer? Thanks...
(In call of the wild) What does the phrase "The dominant primordial beast was strong in Buck" mean? A. Buck was eager to fight his rival. B. Buck followed his deepest instincts. C. Buck gained physical strength. I think A
What is the mole fraction of alanine in 0.314m CH3CH(NH2)COOH(aq)?
In a recipe for lemonade it gives the ingredients as 1 cup of water,1.5 tablespoons lemon juice, plus sugar and salt.Not taking into account the sugar and salt, what is the concentration of lemon juice in the mixture as a percentage by volume? 16 tablespoons = 1 cup. Please ...
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ 4. Water is a compound because it (1 point) a) can be broken down into simpler substances. b) always has two hydrogen atoms for each oxygen atom. c) is made of water atoms joined together. d) both the first and second choices ...
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ 2. Milk is an example of a (1 point) a) solution. b) homogenous mixture. c) colloid. d) compound. My Answer: C Could someone please check if I'm right? Thanks! - Da Fash
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ 10. How many significant figures should the product 62.25 * 37.4 have? a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 d) 7 My Answer: B Could someone please check my answer? Thanks! - Da Fash
Hello! Thanks for checking my question out! ____ Fill in the Blank 14. In an experiment, if doubling the manipulated variable results in a doubling of the responding variable, the relationship between the variables is a(n) _________________________. (1 point) My Answer: direct...
two cars are headed straight for each other, each at a constant speed of 40mph. A. do the two cars have the same speed? b. do the two cars have the same velocity? c. what is the acceleration of each car while moving at a constant speed
The essay below is an expository essay and was written in 15 minutes. Please give me some feedback on my essay ( a score of 1 being the lowest and a score of 5 being the highest). Prompt: Explore how obesity affects a nation's productivity and economy. My essay: Americans are ...
What is the percent by weight of nacl if 1.75gm of nacl is dissolved in 58.5gm of water.
calculate the force of gravity on a 1.2 x 10^5 kg space station at a distance of 3.5 x 10^5 m from earth's surface earth equal to 5.98 x 10^24 kg
What are two examples of a physical system designed by peaple
5. What effect on the Columbian exchange does this image illustrate? (A). The population boom of domesticated animals that escaped into the wild. (B). The conversion of the physical environment.*** (C). The introduction of milk cows to the North Americans of the Midwest. (D). ...
staring from rest, a 3.5 kg object is acted upon by an unbalanced force and acquires a speed of 14.0 m/s after moving a distance of 35 m. find (a) the acceleration of the object, (b) the unbalanced force acting on the object, and (c) the time it takes for the object to attain ...
malia24 Which answer choice lists a physical property that can be used to separate the substances in mixtures? (Select all that apply. size of particles half-life points strength of bonds boiling point ia it a and b
a ball that was projected up at an angle of θ degrees with the horizontal has a flight time of 5.0s and covers a range of 49.0 m. find (a) the time it took to reach maximum height, (b) the horizontal and vertical components of its initial velocity, (c) its initial velocity,(d...
Where does radioactivity come from? physical changes in atoms the nuclei of unstable isotopes chemical reaction the breaking of chemical bonds please help
1. boyle's law states that the volume of a gas is inversely proportional to its pressure if the? A) temperature and number of particles are consistent** B) temperature reaches absolute zero C) number of particles are doubled D) temperature and number of particles are doubled 2...
3. Kamir and Alexis are studying the properties of water. They conducted a variety of experiments to determine its physical and chemical properties. Of the tests the students conducted, which one illustrates a chemical property of water? a. Salt dissolves in water b. Oil and ...
2. Two liquids are poured into two cups. Cup A contains a colorless, odorless liquid. Cup B contains a colorless liquid with a strong odor. An ice cube floats in Cup A but sinks in Cup B. When heated, the liquid in Cup B boils at a much lower temperature than the liquid in Cup...
P.E Physical Education please help
A _________ is a substance the body needs in order to grow and function properly? metabolism diet nutrient*** calorie 2.A very active person uses a large amount of energy and therefore has a high A. temperature B. cholesterol level C. fat diet D. metabolism*** Fruits and ...
Evaluate and discuss the negative impact of youth risk behaviour on yourself and others(your community or society at large).Refer to the 4 sphere of will-being i.e. socoal, economic,physical and emotional/mental
What are the negative impacts of risk behaviors on, social, economic, physical and emotional mental
Focus on the Child, Part 2
In helping infants and toddlers cope with anger, all of the following are helpful except A. preventing possible frustration. B. denying the anger. C. providing for their physical needs. D. examining how you cope with anger. my answer is d.
4- what is a physical or mental representation of an object or event? 1. a theory 2. a hypothesis 3. a model** 4- a scientific law 5- _________ is the closeness of a measurement to the actual value being measured a-accuracy ** b-precision
i'm doing this thing where i have to list 4 goals i want to accomplish by the end of the semester. im forced to take p.e, so i dont have any goals or anything. i already have 3 goals down, i just need one more. any ideas??
Physical Science, Science
The barometric pressure in Breckenridge, Colorado (elevation 9600 feet) is 580 mm Hg. How many atmospheres is this? How do we find the answer for this?
The impact of risk behaviour on social,physical economic
Ammonia, NH3, can be made by reacting nitrogen and hydrogen and the equation is N2 + 3H2 --> 2NH3 How many moles of NH3 can be made if 12 moles of H2 react with enough N2? mol
Evaluate and discuss the nagetive impact of youth risk behaviour on yourself and others (your community or society at large ) refer to 4 spheres os well-being i.e social,economic,physical and emotional/mental
P.E help plz
the friends you hang out with at school are an example of A. your physical enviroment B. your heredity C. bullying. (D). your social environment***
How will you prepare a laboratory procedure to verify the validity of the hypothesis? Give example.
The impact of risk behaviour. Evaluate and discuss the negative impact of youth risk behaviour on yourselfandothers ( your community or social at large. Refer to the 4 spheres of well being i.e social, economic,physical and mental
Evaluate and discuss the negative impact of youth behaviour on yourself in our communities Refer to the four spheres of well-being i.e social economic physical and emotional
What physical property is changed when a waitress pours coffee from a pot into four mugs? density color volume temperature
evaluate and discuss the negative impact of youth risk behaviour on yourself and others (your community or society at large) Refer to the 4 spheres of well being i.e social,economic,physical and emotional/mental
Physical Education (P.E)
Slide 2:Setting and Achieving Goals A woman doctor is using a stethoscope as she performs a checkup on a young girl. A teddy bear is buckled up in the seat of a car. There are three steps you can take to help you reach your personal health goals gain awareness, gain knowledge...
41) When planning a music activity, teachers should I. think of a fun activity. II. know the functioning level, musical abilities and interests of individual children in the class. III. align the activity to one or more of the National Standards for Music Education. IV. ...
36) Too often children equate their physical size with their character. False 37) Using ditto sheets and coloring-book art activities provides children with the opportunity to learn to stay within the lines and to imitate another's artwork, which is still one type of creative ...
21) Music and movement in early childhood I. should be left for outside the classroom since there is so little time to cover standards and academic curriculum. II. provide an outlet for children to express themselves in a variety of ways. III. integrate the functions of both ...
1) Art pieces should always be discussed, and children should explain why they drew what they did. True 2) Because young children have difficulty distinguishing reality from fantasy, puppets should not be used very often in the classroom. False 3) Children could have a keen ...
maths, agricultural, physical and life science
If a person want to be a doctor and have his own surgery can he study for more than 7years?
physical health, refers to how well your body is functioning as a result of several factors, including proper diet, exercise, sleep, and medical/dental care. The second side, your social health, refers to how well you interact and communicate with others. The third side ...
26.Use Russell-Saunders LS coupling to derive the ground state levels of (a) Ne (b) F (c) Sc (d) Zr (e) C. 30. a. Construct a Grotrian diagram for the He emission spectrum (shown on the right) and use it to assign as much of this spectrum as you can using the data in the table...
15.The Rydberg constant for the Be3+ ion is 109731 cm–1. Calculate the ionization energy of a ground-state Be3+ ion. 22.How many electrons can occupy the following subshells: (a) 2s, (b) 4d, (c) 6f, (d) 6g, (e) 6h?
Intermolecular forces by determination of the evaporation rate of different liquids
Can you explain how matter and energy are continuously transferred between organisms and their physical environment? All help welcomed, I'm willing to be directed to links etc thank you! Im truly stumped here i know it probably has to do with the carbon cycle I'm just not sure...
) T/F. Although there are many benefits in parents and teachers working together, research shows no change in children's learning when parents are involved. False 2) T/F. An appropriate approach to the initial conference at the beginning of the school year would be a ...
1) T/F. Although there are many benefits in parents and teachers working together, research shows no change in children's learning when parents are involved. False 2) T/F. An appropriate approach to the initial conference at the beginning of the school year would be a ...
5) T/F. Assessment tests should be used to determine grade or level placement for children. 6) T/F. At least daily children should have a block of time for spontaneous, free play. 7) Authentic assessment I. is often referred to as performance assessment because it considers ...
To effectively modify materials for diverse learners, teachers should: A. order only special materials. B. understand the child’s cognitive, physical, and social level of functioning. C. limit what can be used. D. always pair a child with a disability with a non-disabled ...
concepts in healthcare
Explain procedures and resources available for assisting patients with special needs such as those for whom English is a second language, are hearing impaired, sight impaired, or who have any other type of physical or diversity related disposition that should be addressed to ...
Teachers who adjust the physical environment for children with disabilities need to: A. be knowledgeable about the disability. B. emphasize a child's disability. C. adapt only indoor equipment and materials. D. purchase expensive pre-made materials and equipment. A?
Assigning a buddy for fire drills and special events like an assembly would be an appropriate modification for a child with a: A. physical disability. B. visual impairment. C. hearing impairment. D. cognitive disability. B?
When electricity is passed through water hydrogen and Oxygen gas are found change. A change in the state of matter occurs. Is this a chemical or physical change.
Name five distinct disciplines of physical sciences
A sample of tin (Cp = 0.227 J/g•°C) is placed in a freezer. Its temperature decreases from 15.0°C to −10.0°C as it releases 543 J of energy. What is the mass of the sample? Round your answer to three significant figures.
I have 50 grams of an isotope. How much of it will i have in 10 years if it has a half life of 10 years
Physical science CHECK my answers
6. Sound is an example of a(n) _____________ wave * Longitudinal******* Transverse Surface Electromagnetic 7. Which of the below options demonstrate reflection? * A rainbow Ripples in a pond******* An echo The tone that a plucked rubber band makes 8. Sound waves carry music ...
Physical science CHECK my answers
1. Which of the following correctly lists friction types (excluding fluid friction) from strongest to weakest? (2 points) * a. static, sliding, rolling b. sliding, static, magnetic c. weak, strong, nuclear d. rolling, sliding, static*** 2. Two or more velocities add by ...
Identification is the examination of chemical and physical properties of an object and using the results to categorize the object as a member of a group. Which of the following are examples of identification? Determination that hairs found on a bag are from a cat Determination...
Health and PE (alcohol)
Hi, I'm completing a review test my teacher made. I'm struggling on a few of the questions. Others I'm unsure about. Key: Unsure = IDK [Answer] = I am mostly sure [Answer]? = I am unsure, but I have a guess Here they are: The skills you need to say no to alcohol are called ...
Do the following substance desosolve in water? Give a reason for answer A) Ethanol B) Iodine
Why does liquid substance have the same meniscus shape
Which of the following homogeneous and which are heterogeneous? Blood, carbon dioxide,Rock, steak,iron, concrete, air,oxygen, salt, milk.
1. In soccer or football, what is the name for the midfielder? Is he a center midfielder or a central midfielder? I mean the two players in the middle.
What does 'fullback' mean in soccer/or football? Are a sweeper and a stopper 'fullbacks'? What about a left back and a right back in the 4-4-2 formation? Aren't they fullbacks? Are there only two fullback or four fullbacks in the 4-4-2 formation?