# how much heat is required to melt an ice cube that is 4.2 cm x 2.1 cm x 2.9 cm? The density of ice is 0.92 g/cm3

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1. ## geometry

The sides and bottom of a swimming pool are to be lined with vinyl to prevent it from leaking.The pool measures 6m by 4m, and has a uniform depth of 2m. Calculate the area of vinyl that will be required.

asked by Trang on July 31, 2012
2. ## Calculus

A box with a square base and no top is to be built with a volume of 6912 in^3. Find the dimensions of the box that requires the least amount of material. How much material is required at the minimum?

asked by Nathaly on March 24, 2017
3. ## science

A truck with a mass of 20t has a tractive resistance of 280N/t if the truck travels at a speed 72km/h. Calculate the following. a) The distance 36s. b) The power required for the speed.

asked by Nqobile on September 19, 2018
4. ## physics

A skier of mass 65.0 kg is pulled up a slope by a motor-driven cable. How much work is required to pull the skier 57.0 m up a 35° slope (assumed to be frictionless) at a constant speed of 2.0 m/s? J

asked by Anonymous on January 5, 2011
5. ## Social Studies PLS HELP!!!

Jury duty is A: a right because it is discussed in the u.s constitution B: a right because only some citizens are required to do it C: A responsibility because citizens do it to help protect other's rights D: A responsibility because judges cannot make

asked by Chris on March 24, 2016
6. ## physics

marco pushes a stalled car 20 meters with a constant force of 500N in 50 seconds. Calculate the average power marco required to move the car.

asked by taylor on May 19, 2015
7. ## Chemestry

What volume of 0.140 M K2Cr2O7 will be required to oxidize the Fe2+ ion in 81.5 mL of 0.176 M FeSO4 solution? Cr2O72- + Fe2+ Cr3+ + Fe3+ (acid solution)

asked by Santiago on November 22, 2014
8. ## Physics

A skier of mass 67.0 kg is pulled up a slope by a motor-driven cable. How much work is required to pull the skier 59 m up a 32° slope (assumed to be frictionless) at a constant speed of 2.0 m/s?

asked by Ben on November 20, 2014
9. ## physics

At what speed should a space probe be fired from the earth if it is required to still be traveling at a speed of 3.48 km/s, even after coasting to an exceedingly great distance from the planet (a distance that is essentially infinite)?

asked by shelby on March 4, 2008
10. ## Chemistry

Why is heating required for this formation: 6NaOH (aq) + Al2(SO4)3 (aq) ¨ 2Al(OH)3 (s) + 3Na2SO4 (aq)? Wouldn't freezing favour the formation of Al(OH)3 since freezing lower the KSP and more Al(OH)3 would precipitate?

asked by Alan on March 22, 2010
11. ## ap physics

A skier of mass 70.5 kg is pulled up a slope by a motor-driven cable. How much work is required to pull the skier 60 m up a 38° slope (assumed to be frictionless) at a constant speed of 2.0 m/s?

asked by shanster on March 14, 2010
12. ## physics

A motorcycle stunt rider must jump a 100m wide canyon given a 20° ramp positioned on either side. What minimum speed is required so the rider will clear the canyon?

asked by erin on October 17, 2010
13. ## math

one lady borrowed sh. 100,000. If she is required to pay an interest of 5% of the borrowed cash every month, how much money will she pay after fove months? #please people help me this question#

asked by kelvin on August 20, 2018
14. ## Math

a rectaguler tub with dimesions 2m x 1m x 0.5 is filled with water using a pail of radius 0.1m and height 0.35. How many pails of water will be required? give yor answer to the nearest pail.

asked by Alice on May 15, 2013
15. ## math

A college offers nine different psychology courses,four different history course,thirteen different math course,and five different business courses. If a student is required to take one course in each of those four subjects,how many different ways are

asked by Crystal on September 2, 2012
16. ## physics

A mouse is running away from a cat at. 75 m/s and, at 1.25 m from his mouse hole, he accelerates at a constant rate of. 25 m/s^2 until he reaches his hole safely. How long a time was required for him to cover te last 1.25m?

asked by samanth on June 26, 2012
17. ## physics

an originally stationary car with a mass of 1500 kg reaches a velocity of 15 m/sec 5 sec after starting. what is the cars acceleration? how much force was required to reach this acceleration?

asked by michael on February 2, 2012
18. ## Phyics

A pool ball leaves a 0.75-meter high table with an initial horizontal velocity of 30 m/s. Predict the time required for the pool ball to fall to the ground.

asked by Alex on November 2, 2015
19. ## physics

The speed of a transverse wave on a string is 457 m/s, while the wavelength is 0.228 m. The amplitude of the wave is 2.05 mm. How much time is required for a particle of the string to move through a total distance of 1.34 km?

asked by Anonymous on December 5, 2014
20. ## physics

Using the inverse-square gravitational law, calculate the work required to lift a 1000-kg satellite from the earth's surface to an altitude of 100 mi and inject it into orbit at 17,500 mph. How long would a 300-hp engine have to be run to produce this much

asked by paul smith on July 10, 2011
21. ## physics

A block of wood of mass 6.0 kg slides along a skating rink at 12.5 m/s^2 [w] . The block slides onto a rough section of ice that exerts a force of 30 N force of friction on the block of wood. The acceleration of the block of wood is 5.0 m/s^2 [E] and it

asked by Isabella on March 27, 2012
22. ## physics

A block of wood of mass 6.0 kg slides along a skating rink at 12.5 m/s^2 [w] . The block slides onto a rough section of ice that exerts a force of 30 N force of friction on the block of wood. The acceleration of the block of wood is 5.0 m/s^2 [E] and it

asked by Isabella on March 27, 2012
23. ## Chemistry

I have a question about buffers. Part A So it starts with 20ml 0.1 sodium acetate and 25ml 0.1 acetic acid. Calculate ph of buffer is 4.74 because the acid and conjugate base have the same molarity correct? So the Ph is just pKa (1.8e-5)? Part B So the

asked by Rio on March 31, 2010

A sample consisting of 22.7 g of a nongaseous, unstable compound X is placed inside a metal cylinder with a radius of 8.00 cm, and a piston is carefully placed on the surface of the compound so that, for all practicla purposes, the distance between the

asked by Lauren on December 16, 2008
25. ## chemistry

4 moles of water are heated from 240 K to 310. find delta entropy and graph entropy against K . Info : delta H fusion of water is 5 kJ/mol delta H vaporization of water is 41.4 kJ/mol Cp of ice is 36 j/mol - k Cp of water in liters is 74 j/mol-k

asked by kat on February 1, 2009
26. ## chemistry

4 moles of water are heated from 240 K to 310. find delta entropy and graph entropy against K . Info : delta H fusion of water is 5 kJ/mol delta H vaporization of water is 41.4 kJ/mol Cp of ice is 36 j/mol - k Cp of water in liters is 74 j/mol-k

asked by kat on February 1, 2009
27. ## AP Stats

The belief that sugar causes hyperactivity is the most popular example of how people believe that food influences behavior. a. Many parents, witnessing the aftermath of cake and ice cream at birthday parties, attest to the relationship between sugar and

asked by sandeep on September 16, 2018

at temperaturesof 100 degrees celsius or higher, water changes to steam (a gas).At temperatures of 0 degrees celsius or lower water changes to ice (a solid) . in between these extremes, water is a liquid. draw number lines showing the tempertures at which

asked by lauren<3 on March 17, 2009
29. ## geometry

DIAGRAMS ARE HERE: type filedropper . c o m /diagrams (in .zip file) 1. which solid has two bases that are triangles and three lateral surfaces that are rectangles a. triangular pyramid b. rectangular prism c. triangular prism *** d. rectangular pyramid 2.

asked by anon6666 on May 23, 2016
30. ## Physics

1. An 80.0-kg astronaut is floating at rest a distance of 10.0 m from a spaceship when she runs out of oxygen and fuel to power her back to the spaceship. She removes her oxygen tank (3.0 kg) and flings it into space away from the ship with a speed of 15

asked by Ryzza on September 11, 2014
31. ## Physics

1. An 80.0-kg astronaut is floating at rest a distance of 10.0 m from a spaceship when she runs out of oxygen and fuel to power her back to the spaceship. She removes her oxygen tank (3.0 kg) and flings it into space away from the ship with a speed of 15

asked by Ryzza on September 16, 2014
32. ## english

Click on the box to choose whether each sentence restates the key idea expressed in the key sentence. Key Idea: When hot weather arrives and the nation takes to the outdoors, mishaps multiply. Drowning is the fourth most frequent cause of accidental

asked by ty on March 1, 2013
33. ## AP Chem

Benzene is a hydrocarbon that is commonly used as a commercial solvent. However, it is carcinogenic; i.e., accumulations in the body can cause cancer. What is the vapor pressure of benzene at 29◦C? The normal boiling point of benzene is 80.0◦C and its

asked by Swathi on December 11, 2016
34. ## Chemistry

If 226 g of water is contained in a 311 g alu- minum vessel at 11◦C and an additional 92 g of water at 91◦C is poured into the container, what is the final equilibrium temperature of the mixture? The specific heat of aluminum is 900 J/kg · ◦C and of

asked by Eliza on August 25, 2017
35. ## Chemistry

If 226 g of water is contained in a 311 g alu- minum vessel at 11◦C and an additional 92 g of water at 91◦C is poured into the container, what is the final equilibrium temperature of the mixture? The specific heat of aluminum is 900 J/kg · ◦C and of

asked by Eliza on August 26, 2017
36. ## ap chemistry

Benzene is a hydrocarbon that is commonly used as a commercial solvent. However, it is carcinogenic; i.e., accumulations in the body can cause cancer. What is the vapor pressure of benzene at 29C? The normal boiling point of benzene is 80.0C and its

asked by Anonymous on April 15, 2013
37. ## ap chemistry

Benzene is a hydrocarbon that is commonly used as a commercial solvent. However, it is carcinogenic; i.e., accumulations in the body can cause cancer. What is the vapor pressure of benzene at 29C? The normal boiling point of benzene is 80.0C and its

asked by cheri on April 15, 2013
38. ## AP Chemistry

Benzene is a hydrocarbon that is commonly used as a commercial solvent. However, it is carcinogenic; i.e., accumulations in the body can cause cancer. What is the vapor pressure of benzene at 58◦C? The normal boiling point of benzene is 80.0◦C and its

asked by Gabriella on March 5, 2014
39. ## Chem 103

a piece of gold is heated to 100 degrees celsius. A piece of copper is chilled in an ice bath to 0 degrees celsius. Both pieces of metal are placed in a beaker containing 150 g of water at 20 degrees celcius. Will the temperature of the water be greater

asked by Anonymous on April 15, 2013
40. ## AP Chemistry

I have the following marathon problem but am unsure where to start: A Sample consisting of 22.7g of nongaseous, unstable compound X is placed inside a metal cylinder with a radius of 8.00cm, and a piston is carefully placed on the surface of the compound

asked by Derek on October 2, 2007
41. ## AP Chemistry

I have the following marathon problem but am unsure where to start: A Sample consisting of 22.7g of nongaseous, unstable compound X is placed inside a metal cylinder with a radius of 8.00cm, and a piston is carefully placed on the surface of the compound

asked by Derek on October 2, 2007
42. ## Math

You roll a number cube numbered one to six 12 times. P(5)=2/3. What type of probability is illustrated and why? A. Experimental; The result is based on the number of possible outcomes. B. Experimental; The result is found by repeating an Experiment. C.

asked by MarineCat6 on April 25, 2019
43. ## Science

BP -164°C ΔHvap 8.136 kJ/mol sg 2.205 J/g°C MP -182°C ΔHfus 0.928 kJ/mol sl 2.41 J/g°C Using the data above for methane, CH4, calculate the heat needed to convert 150. g of liquid methane at -175°C to a gas at 25°C.

asked by Joseph on October 28, 2010
44. ## Chemsitry II

50.00 mL of 1.0 M HCl and 50.00 mL of 1.0 M NaOH are mixed. The temperature is observed to increase by 10.0 degrees C. How much energy (in J) was absorbed by the calorimeter? Assume a density of the reaction mixture of 1 g/mL. Specific heat of the solution

asked by Sarah on May 31, 2011
45. ## chem

The complete combustion of butane, (g) is represented by the equation C4H10+ 13/2O2->4CO2+5H2O standard enthalpy is -2877kj How much heat, in kilojoules, is evolved in the complete combustion of 12.8ml at 23.8degrees celsius and 744mmhg ?

asked by tomi on October 8, 2008
46. ## chemistry

A gas is confined to a cylinder under constant atmospheric pressure, as illustrated in the following figure. When the gas undergoes a particular chemical reaction, it absorbs 825kJ of heat from its surroundings and has 0.62J of work done on it by its

asked by Anonymous on October 12, 2012
47. ## science

if 8.100 grams of C6H6 is burned and heat is produced from the burning is added to 5691 grams of water at 21 degrees celsius what is the final temp of the water? 2C6H6+15O2=12CO2+6H2O+6524kj

asked by lucy on October 17, 2013
48. ## Chemistry

NH4NO3 (aq) + (heat) --> 2 H20 (l) + N2 (g) Calculate the mass in grams of ammonium nitrate that must be used to produce 1.50 L of nitrogen gas collected over water at 30°C and 748 torr. At 30°C, PH20 = 31.8 mmHg. Find the moles of nitrogen gas.

asked by Anonymous on October 24, 2011
49. ## Chemistry

Sulfur (3.26 g) is burned in a constant volume calorimeter with excess O2(g). The temperature increases from 21.25°C to 28.22°C. The bomb has a heat capacity of 923 J/K, and the calorimeter contains 815 g of water. Calculate ΔU per mole of SO2 formed,

asked by Noelle on October 19, 2010
50. ## Chemistry

Suppose you mix 20kg of oxygen is used to burn 20kg of wood. Energy is given off as heat and light. If all the ashes and gases are collected , how would the mass compare with that of the orginal substance? Explain your answer. I have no clue what the

asked by Sana on February 18, 2009
51. ## Ap chemistry

The standard enthalpy of formation of Mn2O3 is −962.3 kJ/mol. How much heat energy is liberated when 6.4 grams of man- ganese are oxidized by oxygen gas to Mn2O3 at standard state conditions? Answer in units of kJ

asked by Gabriella on October 29, 2013
52. ## Thermodynamics

A 196-g aluminum calorimeter contains 530 g of water at 19.8° C. Aluminum shot with a mass equal to 273 g is heated to 100.0° C and is then placed in the calorimeter. Find the final temperature of the system, assuming that there is no heat transfer to

asked by Nick on February 1, 2015
53. ## Physics

If an automobile had a 100%-efficient engine, transferring all of the fuel’s energy to work, would the engine be warm to your touch? Would its exhaust heat the surrounding air? Would it make any noise? Would it vibrate? Would any of its fuel go unused?

asked by Miss Angie on September 22, 2013
54. ## Physics

A 200 gram sample of hot water at 89°C is mixed with 200 grams of cool water at 16°C. Assume there is no loss of heat energy to the surroundings, what is the final temperature of the mixture when they reach thermal equilibrium?

asked by Kat on February 24, 2017
55. ## physics

what should be the resistance of a heating coil which will be used to raise the temperature of 500 grams of water from 28 degrees celcius to 100 degrees celcius in 2 minutes, assuming that 25% of the heat is lost? the heater utilizes 110 volts.

asked by Anonymous on March 27, 2011
56. ## Chem

What is the specific heat in J/g Celsius for a metal sample with a mass 95.6 g which absorbs 841 J of energy when it's temperature increases from 30.0 degrees Celsius to 98.0 degrees Celsius?

asked by Mike on March 17, 2013
57. ## Chemistry

How many joules (J) are needed to increase the temperature of15.0g of lead from 20 degrees celsius to 40 degrees celsius? (Specific heat of Pb is 0.128J/g degree celsius)

asked by Amber on September 7, 2010
58. ## Physics

Three moles of an ideal monatomic gas are at a temperature of 396 K. Then 2438 J of heat is added to the gas, and 897 J of work is done on it. What is the final temperature of the gas?

59. ## Phyics

Three moles of an ideal monatomic gas are at a temperature of 396 K. Then 2438 J of heat is added to the gas, and 897 J of work is done on it. What is the final temperature of the gas?

asked by Carl on November 19, 2013
60. ## Physics

Three moles of an ideal monatomic gas are at a temperature of 396 K. Then 2438 J of heat is added to the gas, and 897 J of work is done on it. What is the final temperature of the gas?

asked by Carl on November 19, 2013
61. ## Physics

Three moles of an ideal monoatomic gas are at a temperature of 345 K. Then, 2917 J of heat are added to the gas, and 1140 J of work are done on it. What is the final temperature of the gas?

62. ## Chemistry

if a 100g sample of water at 60.0 C is added to a 100.0 g sample of water at 10.0 C, determine the final temperature of the water. Assume no heat is lost to the surroundings

asked by emily on March 5, 2011
63. ## chemistry

51.59 g of water at 82.6 oC is added to a calorimeter that contains 48.01 g of water at 40.9 oC. If the final temperature of the system is 59.4 oC, what is the calorimeter constant (Ccalorimeter) ? Use 4.184 J/goC for the heat capacity of water.

asked by emily on March 26, 2012
64. ## Chem

What is the specific heat in J/g Celsius for a metal sample with a mass 95.6 g which absorbs 841 J of energy when it's temperature increases from 30.0 degrees Celsius to 98.0 degrees Celsius?

asked by Mike on March 18, 2013
65. ## Chemistry

51.34 g of water at 81.5 oC is added to a calorimeter that contains 52.13 g of water at 40.7 oC. If the final temperature of the system is 59.4 oC, what is the calorimeter constant (Ccalorimeter) ? Use 4.184 J/goC for the heat capacity of water.

asked by Brittany on November 8, 2012
66. ## science

IF WE KEEP A GLASS ROD IN HOT WATER WE CAN STILL HOLD THE GLASS ROD WITH OUR HAND.IT SHOWS THAT GLASS IS A GOOD CODUCTOR OF HEAT. WHETHER TRUE OR FALSE

asked by ra ny on November 13, 2008
67. ## Chemistry

When 1.00 kg lead (specific heat = 0.13 J g -1 C -) at 100.0 C is added to a quantity of water at 28.5C, the final temperature of the lead-water mixture is 35.2 C. What is the mass of water present?

asked by Bob on October 21, 2013
68. ## Chem

What is the specific heat in J/g Celsius for a metal sample with a mass 95.6 g which absorbs 841 J of energy when it's temperature increases from 30.0 degrees Celsius to 98.0 degrees Celsius?

asked by Mike on March 18, 2013
69. ## physics

A metal ball of mass 1.8 kg with initial temperature of 46.5 C is dropped into a container of 3 kg of water at 15 C. If the final temperature is 22.6 C, what is the specific heat of the metal? metal = ____ J/kg*C?

asked by john on May 4, 2014
70. ## chemistry

one piece of copper metal at 105 C has twice the mass of another copper piece at 45 C. What is the final temperature if these two pieces are placed in a calorimeter. Specific heat of copper is 0.387 J/g.K.

asked by sonya on October 20, 2014
71. ## organic chemistry

plz tell me about natureof bonding and forces ,heat of hydrogen,anti bandister bonding electrons.primary bond,secondary bond and tertiary bond

asked by naila on April 16, 2011
72. ## Science

A 500g aluminum pot containing 250mL of water in the pot increases from 13.2 °C to 89.1 °C. Calculated the heat absorbed by the pot and water. I don't know the official approach to this question, somebody help!

asked by Danielle on July 3, 2012
73. ## chemistry

can someone explain to me what happens when zinc and copper sulfate react? I know its a redox reaction and it gives off heat making it exothermic, but don't know whats actually happening in that reaction. can someone explain to me that reaction?

asked by will on January 12, 2016
74. ## Chemistry

54.64 g of water at 82.1 oC is added to a calorimeter that contains 52.69 g of water at 42.3 oC. If the final temperature of the system is 59.4 oC, what is the calorimeter constant (Ccalorimeter) ? Use 4.184 J/goC for the heat capacity of water. I got 32

asked by milo on October 17, 2017
75. ## Chemistry

Consider this equilibrium: N2O4(g) + heat NO2(g). Initially, a 1.0 L container is filled with 2.0 mol of NO2. As the system approaches equilibrium, what happens to the rate of reaction of NO2 breaking down?

asked by Will on April 29, 2011
76. ## Chemistry

Consider this equilibrium: N2O4(g) + heat NO2(g). Initially, a 1.0 L container is filled with 2.0 mol of NO2. As the system approaches equilibrium, what happens to the rate of reaction of NO2 breaking down?

asked by Will on April 29, 2011
77. ## Science

Fast food restaurants keep food hot with infrared lamps. The heat is transferred to the food by _____. condensation conduction convection radiation I think it is radiation...?

asked by Cassie on April 8, 2013
78. ## Chemistry lab

1)Why is it necessary to heat the alum until its mass does not change by more than 2mg? 2)Why its it necessary to store the alum in a disccator while it cools before measuring the mass? ( systhesis and analysis of alum crystals experiment)

asked by Paul on February 23, 2016
79. ## Math/Physics

1. A typical virus is a packet of protein and DNA or RNA and can be spherical in shape. The influenza A virus is a spherical virus that has a diameter of 85nm. If the volume of saliva coughed on to you by a friend with the flu is .010cm^3 and 10^-9 of that

asked by Roger on September 1, 2010
80. ## Math/Science

Calculate the minimum change in velocity (delta V or ∆V) required for the Space Shuttle to decrease its altitude to 60 miles if it’s orbiting with an apogee of 260 miles and a perigee of 220 miles above the surface of Earth.

asked by Lane on December 29, 2015
81. ## Finance - Required Return from a Beta

Hi, I need to learn how to explain and solve the following Finance problem. I don't understand this at all!!!, please show all solutions... Calculate the required return on an asset that has a beta of 1.25, when the expected return on the market portfolio

asked by Dantes on October 4, 2011
82. ## Rocket Science

Calculate the minimum change in velocity (delta V or ∆V) required for the Space Shuttle to decrease its altitude to 60 miles if it’s orbiting with an apogee of 246 miles and a perigee of 212 miles above the surface of Earth

asked by Karen on January 1, 2015
83. ## Physics

A 710kg car drives at a constant speed of 23m/s . It is subject to a drag force of 500 N. What power is required from the car's engine to drive the car (a) on level ground? (b) up a hill with a slope of 2.0∘ ?

asked by Amy on November 23, 2013
84. ## physics

A 710 kg car drives at a constant speed of 23m/s . It is subject to a drag force of 500 N. What power is required from the car's engine to drive the car (a) on level ground? (b) up a hill with a slope of 2.0?

asked by Dan on October 12, 2009
85. ## Math

The shorter edges of a 36 cm x 20 cm metalsheet are joined to form the vertical surfaces of a square base prism. What is the volume of the prism? what is the area of metal sheet required to make the top and the bottom of the prism.

asked by John on July 17, 2016
86. ## ap chemistry

Cl2 + 2koh-->kcl _kclo +H2O 3KClo-->2Kcl+kclo3 4kclo3-->3kclo4 +kcl what mass of cl2 (g) is required to make 234g kclo4

87. ## physics

A 1.50 kilogram cart travels in a horizontal circle of radius 2.40 meters at a constant speed of 4.00 meters per second. Calculate the time required for the cart to make one complete revolution.

asked by JRUFFE on April 12, 2011
88. ## Chemistry

10. When a 5.00 mL sample of vinegar is titrated, 44.5 mLof 0.100 M NaOH solution is required to reach the end point. What is the concentration of vinegar in moles per liter of solution (molarity, M)?

asked by Anonymous on November 25, 2012
89. ## calculus III

What heading (or direction) and airspeed (speed in still air) are required for an airplane to fly 837 mph due north if a wind of 63 mph is blowing in the direction of S 11.5 degrees E?

asked by Miles on May 22, 2011
90. ## calculus iii

What heading (or direction) and airspeed (speed in still air) are required for an airplane to fly 837 mph due north if a wind of 63 mph is blowing in the direction of S 11.5 degrees E?

asked by miles on May 23, 2011
91. ## Javascript

Input: A text string, using prompt. Output: Either "Valid name" or "Invalid name", depending on whether the input names fit the required format, which is Last name,first name, middle initial where neither of the names have more than 15 characters.

92. ## Algebra

A passenger boat which travels 6 mph faster than a freighter required 3 days less time to make a trip of 2592 miles. Find the rate of the passenger boat.

asked by Lina on May 9, 2014
93. ## AP chemistry

When a mixture of acetylene gas (C2H2) and oxygen is ignited and combusted, the reaction produces CO2 and H2O. What mass of acetylene is required to produce 150g of H2O?

asked by deb on October 31, 2010
94. ## chemistry

what mass of lead || trioxonitrate(v) would be required to yield 12g of lead || chloride on the addition of excess sodium chloride solution (pb=207,N=1,o=16,Na=23,cl=35.5) pb(No)+2Nacl pbcl+2NaNo

asked by Daniel on October 18, 2018
95. ## Physics

Assume a block on unknown weight rests on an incline of 25 degrees and is initially not moving. What push (P) is required to start moving the block if the coefficient of static friction is 0.7?

asked by Karla on August 30, 2012
96. ## Science

So I'm in 7 grade and doing a science project. I have a question: What does it mean when it says: RESEARCH? I am required to have this on my board. Does it mean what I looked up to help me on this project? Also, what does it mean when it says: DATA? Do I

asked by Anna on November 21, 2011
97. ## Physics

Assume a block on unknown weight rests on an incline of 25 degrees and is initially not moving. What push (P) is required to start moving the block if the coefficient of static friction is 0.7?

asked by Karla on August 30, 2012
98. ## chemistry

For the reaction between nitrogen and oxygen to form nitric oxide, beginning with 0.067 mol of N2, N2(g) + O2(g)= 2 NO(g) a. how many moles of O2 are required to completely consume the N2? b. how many moles of NO are obtained when the N2 is completely

asked by krystal on February 13, 2012
99. ## chem

Radioactive substances decay by first-order kinetics. How many years would be required for a sample containing strontium-90 to decrease to 58.32% of its initial activity? The half-life of strontium-90 is 2.88e1 years.

asked by sara on February 22, 2014
100. ## statistics

John Davis, a manager of a supermarket, wants to estimate the proportion of customers that will be using food stamps at his store. How large a sample is required to estimate the true proportion to within 3% with 98% confidence?

asked by Mark on May 4, 2014