A) ( 7.72×10^6 )( 7.54×10^5 ) = B) 9.89×10^4 - 7.54×10^5 / 7.89×104 =
This is two equations, I need to know how to work them out - the first is addition and the second in division.
A) ( 7.72×10^6 )( 7.54×10^5 ) = B) 9.89×10^4 - 7.54×10^5 / 7.89×104 = This is...
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Exercise for Section A 1. (10)3 +5)-? 3. (6-5+2)(5)-? 4.8+ (5(4)- 5. (10)(11)-1-? 6. 5+ 12/4-? 7. 10 + (2)(5)-5-? 8. 25-(92)+3-? 9. [(4 + 73- DI8-3]-? 10. [(3+5)+ (DX2)12- 11. The result of multiplication is known as the C. sum. 12. The result of addition is known as the C. sum. A. product. B. quotient. D. difference. A. product. B. quotient. 13. (4 +6(11)-? 14. (7-1+2)(4)-? 15. 20/(5 +5)-? 16. 9 +8/2-? 17. (12)(12)-3- 18. 9+ (4x8)-? 19. 15/3...
Answer is in bold. Need to know how to work the problem. Thanks! Problem 6 10 points Create a valid repayment plan for a $5000 loan that must be repaid with five equal annual payments. Assume the annual compound interest is 10% in the first two years, 12 % in the second two years and 15 % in the fifth year. What is the value of each payment? $1349.46
I just need help with the question #5-6 4. As you are an intelligent chemist and you've been doing this long enough to understand some fundamental aspects of safety when mixing/cooking chemicals etc., you decide before you begin this process, to place your reactants and the associated glassware under the vacuum hood just to be on the safe side. Based on your chemical equation above, is there a gas emanating from this reaction and if so, what gas is going...
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For a disk of radius R = 35 cm and Q = 3 ✕ 10−6 C, calculate the electric field 3 mm from the center of the disk using all three equations. (Enter the magnitude.) Efirst = N/C Esecond = N/C Ethird = N/C How good are the approximate equations at this distance? Both the second and third values are within 5% of the first, most accurate value.The second value is within 5% of the first, most accurate value. The third...
Only #6. The two equations are listed above. For solutions 1-3 use log(acetone) and 4-6 use log(HCl). Also equation 20 is located above. Please show your work. The acetone was 4M and the HCl was 1M. **Please omit the written equation for log[acetone] on the worksheet and use the one in the graph. Thank you! Not sure what data is unclear? If you actually read #6 you don't even need the graphs. Just the slopes that I have given. Need...
123) Given (Time in weeks): Activity Optimistic Most Likely Pessimistic A 3 4 5 B 6 7 14 C 2 3 10 D 6 9 12 E 4 5 12 F 1 3 11 G 1 2 9 H 2 5 8 I 1 4 7 Determine: (a) the critical path. ( HOW DO I DO THIS WITH OUT A PREDECESSOR?) (b) the probability that the project will be completed in 22 weeks.
5 and 6 (iii) F+dp/dt = 0 5.) (a) A point object of mass 10 Kg is rotating about an axis 1 metre away at an angular speed of 10 rad/second. Its moment of inertia about the rotation axis is: (i) 10 Kg -Metre (ii) 100 Kg/Second (iii) 10 Kg-Metre2 (b) Which one of the following equations (using standard nomenclature) is incorrect? (i) v =r o (ii) ac = v2/r (ii) da/dt (c) The moment of inertia of a uniform...
the full question is asking this ip on top i need 5 6 & 7 5. Assuming you draw two marbles in a row without putting one back, what is the probability that you draw a blue and a green marble? 6. Assuming you draw two marbles in a row without putting one back, what is the probability that you do not draw a blue and a green marble? 7. If you draw two marbles, what is the probability that...