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### Functions general representation using real numbers. HELP!?

Let n and k represent real numbers. Use the general inputs below to prove your general statement for g(x)=4x-7 Input values are n, n+k, n+2k, n+3k, n+4k, n+5k, n+6k. How do I go about finding the output values? Any serious help would be much appreciated!

1 AnswerMathematics5 years ago### As Far as I Can See: Meg’s Prairie Diary, Book 1?

Does anyone know how many chapters the book As Far as I Can See: Meg’s Prairie Diary, Book 1 is? If you could tell me the names of each chapter that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

2 AnswersBooks & Authors10 years ago### Children's Book - Analogy, metaphor, classification, and comparison?

I'm looking for a children's book that contains analogy, metaphor, classification, and comparison. I need something that can be used for a quick read aloud and then these elements could be discussed, any ideas?

2 AnswersPrimary & Secondary Education10 years ago### Consider the following reaction at equilibrium.. help fast? thanks?

Consider the following reaction at equilibrium:

2H2(g) + S2(g) <-> 2H2S(g) + heat

In a 10.0- container, an equilibrium mixture contains 2.0g of H2 ,10. g of S2 , and 68 g of H2S.

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If a 5.00-L container has an equilibrium mixture of 0.30 mole of H2 and 2.5 moles of H2S, what is the equilibrium concentration of S2 if temperature is the same?

1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago### Identify whether the equilibrium mixture contains mostly products or mostly reactants?

Identify whether the equilibrium mixture contains mostly products or mostly reactants:

a) NH3(aq) + HNO3(aq) <=> (NH4)+(aq) + (NO3)-(aq)

I have other problems that are similiar to this so if you could provide an explanation of how to do this I would appreciate it so I can finish the rest of my work

thanks =)

2 AnswersChemistry1 decade ago### What is the molarity of a 18% (m/v) NaOH solution?

What is the molarity of a 18% (m/v) NaOH solution?

1 AnswerHomework Help1 decade ago### what is the molarity of this solution?

What is the molarity of a 18% (m/v) NaOH solution?

1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago### What is the molarity of this solution?

What is the molarity of a 18% (m/v) solution?

1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago### Need answer fast! (m/v) How many liters of .. to get 70g of glucose?

How many liters of a 7.5 % (m/v) glucose solution would you need to obtain 70g of glucose?

1 AnswerHomework Help1 decade ago### How many liters of a 7.5% (m/v) glucose solution would you need to obtain 70g of glucose?

How many liters of a 7.5 % (m/v) glucose solution would you need to obtain 70g of glucose?

1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago### Classifying and oxidaition-reduction?

Which of the following reactions would be classified as oxidation-reduction?

2Na(s) + Cl(subscript 2)(G) ---> 2NaCl(s)

Na(s) + CuCl(aq) ---> NaCl(aq) + Cu(s)

NaCN(aq) + CuCl(aq) ---> NaCl(aq) + CuCN(s)

i am having very little success with these.. any help?

1 AnswerHomework Help1 decade ago### Need help with chemistry, oxidation and reduction!?

Cl2 + 2KI -> 2KCl + I2

A. Cl is oxidized, K is reduced

B. K is oxidized, Cl is reduced

C. I is oxidized, Cl is reduced

D. Cl is oxidized, I is reduced

2. Fe + CuSO4 -> FeSO4 + Cu

a. Fe is oxidized, Cu 2+ is reduced

b. S is oxidized, Fe is reduced

c. Cu is oxidized, Fe is reduced

d. SO4 is oxidized, Cu 2+ is reduced

tell me what to do? thanks :)

1 AnswerHomework Help1 decade ago### Chemistry oxidation and reduction help needed?

Cl2 + 2KI -> 2KCl + I2

A. Cl is oxidized, K is reduced

B. K is oxidized, Cl is reduced

C. I is oxidized, Cl is reduced

D. Cl is oxidized, I is reduced

2. Fe + CuSO4 -> FeSO4 + Cu

a. Fe is oxidized, Cu 2+ is reduced

b. S is oxidized, Fe is reduced

c. Cu is oxidized, Fe is reduced

d. SO4 is oxidized, Cu 2+ is reduced

tell me what to do? thanks :)

1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago### It can be shown that all solutions of approach a limit as t → ∞ . Find the limiting value?

It can be shown that all solutions of 6y'+ty=9 approach a limit as t → ∞ . Find the limiting value

1 AnswerMathematics1 decade ago### Density values how many liters of ethanol contain 1.0 alcohol?

How many liters of ethanol contain 1.0 of alcohol?

ethyl alcohol density=0.79

1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago### balance scale spools, thimbles and buttons?

on a balance scale, two spools and one thimble balance eight buttons. Also, one spool balances one thimble and one button. How many buttons will balance one spool?

i'm thinking the answer is 3 but i need help getting there and through the steps. thanks!

1 AnswerHomework Help1 decade ago### urine infection and coffee ground vomiting?

my grandfather, will be 88 september, was taken to the hospital because he had vomited blood, it looked like coffee ground, I know this is never a good sign hence the reason he was taken to the ER. They ran tests on him and all that they found was a urine infection. I have never heard of a urine infection causing something that like, could they be missing something? Our intential thoughts were possibly cancer, but they said none of the tests indicated it.

3 AnswersOther - Diseases1 decade ago### Airport hold airline seats?

So I am trying to book a United Flight and when I look for seats it said "Seats are not available to be selected at this time. You may reserve your seats at check-in." I called and the receptionist said that the airport (not airline) was holding the seats on the airplane and they would not be available to reserve until check-in but tickets are still being sold. Does anyone have any information about this? I have never heard of an airport holding seats on an airline. Is this just a "you'll be on stand-by thing"? This is a 757, it is a large airplane, how are they holding ALL of these flights?

2 AnswersAir Travel1 decade ago### f(x) = 2a3b . Explain why this is an injection (one-to-one) into the nonnegative integers, but not a surjectio?

It is easy to construct an injection from the integers into the rational numbers: just use the identity function f(x) = x, since the set of integers is a subset of the rational numbers. But what if we want a “simple” injection from the rational numbers into the integers? Here is one approach. Consider the function f whose domain is the set of nonnegative rational numbers. To apply f to the nonnegative rational number x, first express x as a fraction a/b in simplest terms. Then take f(x) = 2a3b . Explain why this is an injection (one-to-one) into the nonnegative integers, but not a surjection (onto).

1 AnswerMathematics1 decade ago### Teen/Young adult books dealing with mathematics?

Does anyone know any good teen/young adult books, chapter books or somethings other than just textbooks, that could be read in a math class? I need something that has math concepts that can be pulled out of the book.

3 AnswersTeaching1 decade ago