I don't really undertand what the problems are asking me can someone help? 142 Chapter 8....
A cube with edges of length 2 centimeters is buildt from centimeter cubes. If you paint the faces of this cube and then break it into centimeter cubes, how many cubes wil be painted on three faces? how many will be painted on two faces? On one face? How many will be unpainted? What if the edge has a length different from 2? What if the edge length of the large cube is 3, 4, or 5 sm? What if...
can someone help me with these problems, if you could detail your answer I would be grateful :D Problem 1 a) A 1.5 m long conductor is 6.5x10 ^ 25 electrons / m3. In this medium the electrons move at 4x10 ^ (- 4) m / s How many electrons per second pass through the 1.5 mm ^ 2 section? b) If at a temperature of 20C the conductor resistivity is 3.7x10 ^ (- 3) ohm * m the electric...
this is the other page so it may be continued from here. Mailings Review View Help Search uses. Unless you need to edit it's safer to stay in Protected View Enable Editing . . . 1. .. .. .2 . . . 3 ... 5 . . . . . 6 7 . 8. Fill in the following table ( 6 pts) Example Type of solid What is in the Lattice positions Attractions between Lattice positions CaCO3 Covalent Bonds metalatoms...
Unit Cell Calculations Name _____________________________ Unit Cells: The Simplest Repeating Unit in a Crystal The structure of solids can be described as if they were three-dimensional analogs of a piece of wallpaper. Wallpaper has a regular repeating design that extends from one edge to the other. Crystals have a similar repeating design, but in this case the design extends in three dimensions from one edge of the solid to the other. We can unambiguously describe a piece of wallpaper by...
Pólya's Principle Step 1: Understand the Problem 1. Describe in detail what you understand the problem to be. In other words, what problem will you need to solve? Is there enough information to enable you to find a solution to your problem? Show your work here: (10 points) 2. Discuss different ways to construct the room that will be painted. Are there any restrictions on where the window and door will be located? Will the overall amount of paint that...
I need to know of a shape that has 4 sides and 3 vertices.There is no planar figure with 4 sides and 3 vertices. 3 vertices and 3 sides define the minimal planar shape of the triangle. The addition of a 4th side would require 2 additional sides and 1 vertex to create a pyramidal shape having 6 sides and 4 vertices. An examination of three dimensional polyhedra will also lead to no solution. Finding regular polyhedra given the number...
Emphasis Heading 1 Heading 2 Paragraph Styles Table 10.3 Sodium Metal (s = 0.429 nm)-a Body Centered Cubic Structure Length of the cube diagonal (nm) Radius of a Na atom (nm) Length of unit cell (cm) Volume of unit cell (cm) Atoms per unit cell Unit cells per mole of Na Mass of a unit cell (g/ unit cell) Density of Sodium metal (g/cm) 3. Face Centered Cubic Structure a. Number of atoms per unit cell Number of atoms on...
I can figure out this chart. Can someone please help me fill this out and understand it? MHE Reader ercises Help Save & Exit Sub Check my word Required information (The following information applies to the questions displayed below.) Laker Company reported the following January purchases and sales data for its only product. Units sold at Retail Date Activities Jan. 1 Beginning inventory Jan. 10 Sales Jan. 20 Purchase Jan. 25 Sales Jan. 30 Purchase Totals Units Acquired at Cost...
Can someone please help me with this? I would really really appreciate it Name CH14 Graded Written Homework PROBLEM 1 On January 1, 2019 the first day of its fiscal year, Monitors Corporation issued $405.000 of nine-year, 6% bonds when the market rate was 5%, with interest payable semiannually, on June 30 and December 31. The company uses the effective interest rate method to amortize bond discounts and premiums. Calculate the proceeds from the sale of the bonds (selling price)...
Can someone please help me fill in this table???!!! I have attached it as a picture and provided the information needed for it. Smith Electronic Company’s chip-mounting production department had 300 units of unfinished product, each 50% completed on September 30. During October of the same year, this department put another 800 units into production and completed 900 units and transferred them to the next production department. At the end of October, 200 units of unfinished product, 70% completed, were...