ok so i'm kinda sort of confused... I had this for a equation X^2 + 4X - 1 = 0 and then I was like zero??? zero... really zero... hmm... X^2 + 4X - 1 = dy ???????? That zero does represent when Y equals zero correct??? this allows
1. She was confused at his error. 1-2. She was confused by his error. 2. He was confused about something. 3. He is confused in mind. (Are they all grammatical? Which prepositions are commonly used?) 4. That is very confusing to
I'm really confused on substitution. My teacher has a terrible accent and cannot understand what she says. i get the basics myself but i'm pretty confused on the following problems: 1) y= 3x - 8 y= 4-x 2) 2x + 7y = 3 x=1- 4y 3) x
so i know that one mole is 6.022*10^23 particles in 12g of a carbon 12 isotope. im confused in finding the amount of moles in a particular substane. there is a formula that determines it, i think its n=m/M, yet im confused with
Okay Ms. Sue. I am in 8th grade but I am taking Algebra with 9th graders. I am very confused with my previous problem. I have asked my Dad but we are both getting confused. Now I have come up with 22. Is this my correct answer?
1. I was confused by what to do. 2. I was confused at what to do. 3. I was confused over what to do. 4. I was confused about what to do. 5. I was confused what to do. 6. I was puzzled by what to do. 7. I was puzzled at what to do.
My Calculus class just started Partial Fractions, and I understand MOST of it. I'm having a slight problem though, when either C, or C and D come in. I understand A/(something) + B/(something) But I become confused when it's
I'm confused about the difference between the q in q=mc(Tf-Ti) and (Delta)H, or enthalpy. What exactly does enthalpy mean and how is that different than q? (I'm also confused about what Gibbs Free Energy actually means; I know