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blahblah_who_cares:
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What is the equations for the formation for NH3(aq) and HNO3(aq)?
 updated 9 months ago
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blahblah_who_cares:
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Prove that Hess Law works. Show this by displaying which two thermochemical equations add up to the other. Also show how the corresponding t…
 updated one year ago
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blahblah_who_cares:
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Prove that Hess Law works. Show this by displaying which two thermochemical equations add up to the other. Also show how the corresponding t…
 updated one year ago
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spimentel:
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Solve. Enter only the positive solution.
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 updated one year ago
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tinabuschman:
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ln√(x+4)  2 = 1, solve for x
 updated one year ago
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juanelcolombiano123:
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Perform the following operation. Simplify if necessary.
3/10  5/8
 updated one year ago
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PECKCE:
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Solve the equation.
(x3)(2x+9)=0
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 updated one year ago
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Ashley1998:
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Determine whether each sequence could be arithmetic. If so give the common difference.
19, 31,43, 55,
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 updated one year ago
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juanelcolombiano123:
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A box of rotini noodles contains 10 servings. If you eat 7/8 of the recommended serving as a meal, how many complete meals can you get from …
 updated one year ago
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juanelcolombiano123:
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Divide and simplify.
7/3 / (divide) 9/13
 updated one year ago
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jumpman97:
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Which statement is always true of fiction?
A. Essays and biographies are examples of fiction.
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aperfectcircle:
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Can someone check these answers for me? Has to do with radicals.
 updated one year ago
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coastin97:
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A 21.138 g sample of aqueous waste leaving a fertilizer manufacturer contains ammonia. The sample is diluted with 74.046 g of water. A 13.…
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lyzzy7:
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what does this graph look like?
y = 2(5x)
 updated one year ago
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treydwg:
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can anyone explain and help me with this?
(5x4)^3 = 64
 updated one year ago
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primadonnagirl123:
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Can someone explain how I would find x and y in simplest radical form?
http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=14c4fut&s=6
 updated one year ago
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jannine245:
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need help solving and graphing a function using quadratic formula function is y= 3x^26x5. I have the vertex already and have worked out b…
 updated one year ago
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goformit100:
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I am sorry, but want to post it once....
Plz pardon me...
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 updated one year ago
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stephgarcia89:
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6xcubed+12x squared
 updated one year ago
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needmathhelp7:
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here
 updated one year ago
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blahblah_who_cares:
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How do I find the arithmetic mean and the geometric mean?
 updated one year ago
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salparadise64:
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write the equation in the form f(x)= k^2
 updated one year ago
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samancha85:
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given a quadratic function p(x) with zeros (xint) of 2 and 5, find the general and standard form for p(x)
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blahblah_who_cares:
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Hmm.. This might be a chemistry question but I have learned these things in both chem and math: So in significant figures, if it is 2.00 lit…
 updated one year ago
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Luis_Rivera:
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 updated one year ago
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blahblah_who_cares:
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Find the remainder if P(x)=x^3+17 is divided by (x+2).
 updated one year ago
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blahblah_who_cares:
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(x^3+17)/(x=2)
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chronicle:
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what is the simplified form of the expression
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Gabii7:
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A student at Harvard named Kevin
Was counting his stones by 11
He messed up n times
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blahblah_who_cares:
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Divide: (12+9i)/(34i)
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