(1 point) Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate of the reaction is proportional to the prod...
(1 point) Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted to chemical C. Initially there are 63 grams of A and 100 grams of B, and for each gram of B, 2 grams of A is used. It has been observed that 40.75 grams of C is formed in 10 minutes. How much is formed in...
(1 point) Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted to chemical C. Initially there are 25 grams of A and 84 grams of B, and for each gram of B, 0.6 grams of A is used. It has been observed that 27.25 grams of C is formed in 15 minutes. How much is formed in...
Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate, or velocity, of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted to chemical C. Initially, there are 40 grams of A and 50 grams of B, and for each gram of B, 2 grams of A is used. It is observed that 20 grams of C is formed in 10 minutes. How much (in grams) is formed...
Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate, or velocity, of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted to chemical C. Initially, there are 100 grams of A and 50 grams of B, and for each gram of B, 2 grams of A is used. It is observed that 25 grams of C is formed in 5 minutes. How much is formed in 20...
Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate, or velocity, of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted to chemical C. Initially, there are 100 grams of A and 50 grams of B, and for each gram of B, 2 grams of A is used. It is observed that 15 grams of C is formed in 10 minutes. How much is formed in 40...
Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted to chemical C. Initially there are 3030 grams of A and 7373 grams of B, and for each gram of B, 1.61.6 grams of A is used. It has been observed that 25.7525.75 grams of C is formed in 1010 minutes. How much is formed in 4040 minutes? What is the limiting amount of C after a long time ? grams...
Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted to chemical C. Initially there are 51 grams of A and 19 grams of B, and for each gram of B,1.3 grams of A is used. It has been observed that 17.5 grams of C is formed in 5 minutes.How much is formed in 40 minutes correctly?What is...
Please solve using differential equations methods and label parts a, b and c. Thanks Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The reaction is such that it takes 4 grams of A and 6 grams of B to form 10 grams of C. It is observed that 5 grams of C are formed in 10 minutes. Initially there are 50 grams of A and 80 grams of B present. How many grams of C are...
it so annoying to ask questions twice! just because a person can't answer properly! last person didn't solve it correct and I left a comment but unfortunately he/she was probably lazy to fix it! please make sure you are not lazy to help out! thank you (1 point) Two chemicals A and B are combined to form a chemical C. The rate of the reaction is proportional to the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B not converted...
1. Two chemicals A and B react to form another chemical C. The rate at which is formed varies as the product of the instantaneous amounts of A and B present. For each gram of B the reaction requires 2g of A to produce C. 10g of A and 20g of B are present initially; there is no C present initially, and 6g of Care formed in 20 min. (a) Show that æ(t), the amount (g) of C present at...