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How to solve 32.1235 (bar on 235) in fractional form of p/q ?
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A 0.145 kg baseball is moving at 35 m/s it is caught by a player. What is the change in momentum of the ball?
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Are there instances when the use of comma before the word “but” is not needed? What are examples of this?
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A carbon-12 atom has 6 protons, 6 neutrons, and 6 electrons. How many protons does a carbon-14 atom have?
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How do you simplify #(-7i)(4i)(3-6i)#?
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A recurring decimal of 0.396396 as a fraction?
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If water were a non-polar molecule, what would be its likely state at #1*atm# and #"room temperature"#?
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If A is set of positive multiple of 5 less than 200 and B is the set of positive multiple of 7 less than 200.How many numbers are in both set A and set B?
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Write an equation for the reaction of carbon dioxide with line water?
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#log_e(x) # is the number that #e# is raised to the power of, to become #x#.
therefore, when you raise #e# to the power of #log_e(x)#, you get #e^(log_e(x)#, or #x#.
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