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i know it's the wrong place to ask..... but i need someone to help me with this!!! and quick. In which of the following are the atoms in a regular, three-dimensional pattern? A) sulfur dioxide B) coal C) friction D) kerosene

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  1. precal Group Title
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    did you try to google it?

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    yep.

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    what is this chemistry?

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    yep.

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    Is friction an atom?

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  6. Grayfox5 Group Title
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    no one answered it. i knew there's a bunch of u guys here so i put here to

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  7. Grayfox5 Group Title
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    i think it's an atom

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  8. precal Group Title
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    Have you checked www.khanacademy.org? He has chemistry posted

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    some what

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    sorry, wish I knew. I only study math. Haven't done chemistry in a long, long time.

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    |dw:1329698240598:dw|

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  12. precal Group Title
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    UnkleRhaukus what did you just draw? I am only curious :)

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  13. Grayfox5 Group Title
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    what does that mean?

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  14. UnkleRhaukus Group Title
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    Sulfur Dioxide \[SO_2\]

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    So it that the solution to the question posted

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    coal isnt really a regular pattern and neither is kerosene

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    i dont really get the question though

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    me eather. but i found it hidden 25 pages on google.com

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    by process of elimination SO2 is a poisonous gas friction is an effect kerosene is liquid so it must be coal , which is solid

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    thanks

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  21. UnkleRhaukus Group Title
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    coal is not a regular pattern though

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