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  • In what order should I read through Rick Riordan's series?

    I've obviously started with the Percy Jackson series, but I'm a bit confused as to how the others fall in line. Should I now move onto the Kane Chronicles or The Heroes of Olympus?

    I've only recently discovered Rick Riordan's work, and I'd really appreciate any feedback on how to move forward. Thanks so much for in advance for the advice you offer me.

    1 AnswerBooks & Authors7 years ago
  • Wisdom teeth removed 6 days ago. Do I have a dry socket?

    I think I might have a dry socket in one of the sockets where my lower back, non-erupted wisdom tooth used to be. I don't have that much pain, but when I feel the side of my cheek, I can feel a bulge back there - one that feels like it's almost perfectly round. (The other side of my face along the jawline feels normal and flat, so to speak.)

    So, is this normal swelling, or should I go back to see the dentist again?

    Dental7 years ago
  • Biology question! 10 points best answer!?

    “Synthesis of one protein cannot take place without the presence of another protein.” Is this statement true or false and why?

    A. This statement is false because only DNA and RNA can carry out protein synthesis, which involves transcription and translation.

    B. This statement is false because protein synthesis can take place directly with the help of amino acids.

    C. This statement is true because every step in protein synthesis requires enzymes, which are nothing but proteins.

    Thank you so much for any help you can offer me here in advance.

    5 AnswersBiology8 years ago
  • Yellow cake and sour cream: should I be worried?

    I'm making a birthday cake for my mother. I'm a tad nervous about using a recipe that calls for sour cream. I've never used sour cream in baking before, and with an occasion this important, I don't want to take any risks.

    Will sour cream alter the flavor of the cake, or just moisten it? Will it taste like sour cream? I still want sweetness, but I need a moist cake.

    3 AnswersCooking & Recipes8 years ago
  • Solve the system using substitution?

    I cannot figure this out tonight. Thanks so much for your help!



    1 AnswerMathematics9 years ago
  • PLEASE HELP Laptop Keyboard keys not working!?

    I typed this by inserting special characters in a word document; it took quite a long time. These are the keys I have found not to be working - so far: c, f, j, k, l, q, s, ctrl, shift, right arrow key, enter, and capslock is stuck on. I just properly cleaned the external keyboard, more or less. I think my dog (10-12 pounds) may have jumped/stepped on the keyboard while I was out of the room, but I am really not sure. What can/should I do to fix this? Thank you for your help!

    2 AnswersOther - Hardware9 years ago
  • Can I feed a mouse these things?

    I have a new pet mouse for a psych project at school. It is now my pet, so I don't want to harm it, but it also needs to find its way through a maze. Here are some foods I would like to try to train him to get through the maze, in no particular order:

    Peanut butter

    Cheddar cheese

    Colby jack cheese






    Corn flakes

    Saltine crackers (maybe Wheat Thins, too)

    Multi-grain bread


    Bananas (I've read them needing to be dried, but are fresh okay?)

    Is there anything that mice really like in particular?

    6 AnswersRodents9 years ago
  • Hey everybody that has ever lived ever: any tips for pulling an all-nighter?

    Yep. I'm pretty tired as it is. I've got a lot of homework to do in about 6 hours here. I've got some sugared coffee drinks to my name.

    What else do I need/should I do?

    14 AnswersPolls & Surveys9 years ago
  • I have some fairly severe scratches on the lens of my glasses. I'm concerned that I may be developing...?

    ...a blind spot or, if nothing more, a [very] blurry spot where the scratch lies on the line of my vision (this is with my glasses off, of course).

    I haven't been able to get a new pair of glasses for a year, which is almost over, but I was wondering if this was even possible. If so, is there anything that I will ever be able to do to correct this? Will it just go away on its own with a new, scratch-free pair of lenses?

    2 AnswersOptical9 years ago
  • I'm having some issues with Ionic Equations. Can you help me out?

    This is how I did the problem:

    The original part of the equation: _ Na2SO4 + _Ca(ClO3)2 =>

    We're supposed to do a double replacement reaction first, like so: 2NaClO3 + CaSO4

    Then, we're supposed to "write the ionic equation for each one". This is what I did:

    Ca+ + SO4- => CaSO4

    However, my teacher's answer sheet says this: 2Na+ +2ClO3- + CaSO4(with an arrow pointing down)

    I don't understand how this is the answer. Can someone explain to me how they're teaching this? Thank you very much!

    1 AnswerChemistry9 years ago
  • French homework help! Can you unscramble this sentence for me?

    il y a / être / le laboratoire / ouvert / que / trente minutes

    I just cannot figure this one out. Thank you so much! (or Merci beaucoup!)

    1 AnswerLanguages9 years ago
  • If 20ml of 8M NaOH is diluted with 300ml of water, what is the final concentration?

    Please show me how to solve this! Thank you very much!

    1 AnswerChemistry9 years ago
  • If 200g of a substance lowers the freezing point of 460g of water 1.8°C...?

    ...what is the molecular weight of the substance?

    My answer guide says the answer is 449 grams/mole.

    Please help! I have a test tomorrow! This is from my study guide, so I don't get any points for homework or anything. I'm just trying to learn and study. Thank you!

    1 AnswerChemistry9 years ago
  • How much should I save for a trip to Germany?

    I'm looking to go to Wacken Open Air this summer with my sister and I need to know about how much I should save up. Festival tickets have been purchased and we'll be boarding with a friend of mine for the time we are there. Any help is appreciated. :)

    1 AnswerPacking & Preparation9 years ago
  • Can I put the ashes from my fireplace into the compost pile?

    I feel a bit badly for always throwing them out, and I hate using paper bags to do so. Will it help with decomposition or just make things worse? Thanks in advance!

    3 AnswersGarden & Landscape9 years ago
  • Simplifying algebraic expressions: need help getting to the answer (step-by-step)?

    x^2y^-3/3y^2 (times) y^2/x^-4

    My book tells me the answer is: x^6/3y^3

    Sorry it's sloppy. Thanks so much for any help in advance.

    3 AnswersMathematics9 years ago
  • Which is the limiting reagent in the following reaction for the amounts given...?

    Which is the limiting reagent in the following reaction for the amounts given: 14.3g of silver nitrate with 48.0g of sodium chromate?

    I'm at a loss. I'm so confused when it comes to these LR problems....

    2 AnswersChemistry9 years ago
  • Compare the size of the earth to that of an atom?

    I don't understand how to do this. I'm supposed to use moles. Feel free to use any atom, but please show your work. Thank you so much in advance.

    3 AnswersChemistry9 years ago
  • Need some help with math?

    I need some help with the following problem:

    "Calculate the volume of a right triangular prism where the height of the right triangle base is 4, the base length of the right triangle is 10, and the height of the prism is 9."

    Thank you.

    1 AnswerMathematics10 years ago
  • How the Industrial Revolution contributed to the ideas of Socialism and Communism?

    I'm getting a lot of conflicting definitions and answers... everything is beginning to merge into one....

    I could really use a simple definition of each Socialism and Communism with an example relating back to the Industrial Revolution, in Layman's terms if you please, just to help me get things sorted.

    Thank you so much here in advance!

    2 AnswersGovernment10 years ago