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For 50.0 L of nitrogen gas at 200.0 psi and 22.0 *C is combined with 100.0L of hydrogen gas at 240.0 psi at 22.0*C.
N2 + 3H2 > 2NH
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a dilute salt solution is an example of a:
a. homogeneous mixture
b. compound
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For 50.0L of N2(g) at 200.0 psi and 22.0 *C is combined with 100.0L of hydrogen gas at 240.0 psi at 22.0 *C.
N2(g) + 3H2(g) > 2NH3
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Accounting question, how to journalese:
Received merchandise returned on account, $8,150.00. The cost of the merchandise returned was $5,4…
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What makes demand more elastic/inelastic and what makes supply more elastic / inelastic?
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Find the sum of the series and explain how you know the sum converges to this value.
Sum of (((1)^(n+1))/n) n=1, infinty.
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Integrate using partial fractions (x1)/(x^2(x^2+1))dx
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integrate (x+1)/(x1)
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Integrate (x+1)/(x1)
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Converges or diverges?
Sigma (1/(n square root ( n^2 1)) n = 2 to infinity
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Find the sum of the Series:
Sigma (1)^(n1) (3/4^n) from n=1 to infinity
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Determine whether the vectors are linearly independent, span and why. (1,2),(3,5),(1,3) in R^2
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is x^3 + 2x^2 + 3x + 1 a linear combination of x^3, x^2+3x, x^2 + 1 in P4?
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Determine whether the vectors are linearly independent (1,2,3),(1,0,1),(2,1,0). Please show steps thx
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Determine whether (1,2,3) is a linear combination of (1,0,1) and (2,1,0).
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