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Humans have 46 chromosomes. That number of chromosomes will be found in
a) cells in anaphase
b) the egg and sperm cells
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Write the roots in simplest radical form.
3x^2 + 2x = 3
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Write a dot diagram for the following ion:
Ga 3+
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1) The roots of x^2 + 2x + k = 0 are equal when k is...
2) The roots of ax^2 + 6x + 4 = 0 are imaginary if a equals...
3) Find the value o…
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Solve and write the roots in a + bi form.
2 (x^2 + x) = 3
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In the chargecloud model, electrons are arranged by three characteristics, or kinds of, locations. Name them.
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A scientist uses the rule C(t) = 2t^2  9t  1 to measure current in a wire. At what time t in seconds (t is greater than or equal to 0) wil…
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Predict whether ice will expand or contract as it is heated fro 10 degree Celsius to 5 degree Celsius. Explain your reasoning.
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x^2 = 6  3x
if you know how to answer it using magic squares, that will be helpful. (:
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Factor 2x^3 + 5x^2  18x  45 .
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solve 3x^2  x = 4
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How much energy is stored in 2 g of bread in a calorimeter that caused 10 g of H2O to rise in its temperature from 25 C to 30 C ? How much e…
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How did Lavoisier explain the fact that the new substance formed from the heated metal in his experiment had a mass greater than that of the…
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"The density of gold is 19.32." Give two reasons why this statement is incomplete.
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Find the negative root of 6x^2  5y = 0.
can someone please explain how to get the answer please?
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Find the sum of the roots of 2x^2 = 13x  15.
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Solve:
2m1 < 2
and please explain how to solve it.
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Horace is standing 50ft above the ground, and he throws a ball in the air. After 1 second, the ball reaches a height of 64 ft. After 2 secon…
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a rectangle has an area of 195ft squared. the length and the width are consecutive odd integers. write a quadratic equation that represents …
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Horace is standing 50ft above the ground, and he throws a ball in the air. After 1 second, the ball reaches a height of 64 ft. After 2 secon…
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Please help :o I need help solving a trigonometry word problem.
Horace is standing 50ft above the ground, and he throws a ball in the air. …
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put these equations in simplest form:
y = (x2)^2 + 4
4x + 2y = 14
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In triangle TEM, medians TB, EC, and MA intersect at D, and TB = 9. Find the length of TD.
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In the diagram below of circle C, QR is a diameter, and Q(1, 8) and C(3.5 , 2) are points on a coordinate plane. Find and state the coordina…
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Please help :(
Given:
Circle O with tangent PA , secant PBC, diameter DOE, and chord AC. PA = 20, PB = 8, AF = CF, measure angle APC = 49,…
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In the figure below, triangle TED in rectangle TBCD is equilateral. If TB = 10, to the nearest hundredth, what is the length…
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A median of a triangle divides the triangle into two triangles that are always:
(1) congruent
(2) similar
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Please help :(
The dimensions of the rectangular solid given below are 3,4, and 5.
What is the length of the diagonal line segment AB?
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The center of a circle that can be circumscribed about a scalene triangle is located by constructing the:
(1) altitudes of the triangle.
(2)…
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Please help :(
The slope of line JD is 1/4, J has coordinates (10, 4), and D has coordinates (6, y). What is the value for y?
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