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What is missing in the way electrons are shown in threedimensional models of both the Bohr and Schrodinger atoms?

Why might organizing elements based on their atomic masses and their properties not be the best way to organize in a periodic table?

What is an MRI? How does it take the pictures of our brain? What materials are used for it?

What is #1+4(1/2)+6(1/2)^2+4(1/2)^3+1(1/2)^4#? More specifically, what is the "quick" way to solve this?

How are hyperbolic sine, hyperbolic cosine, and hyperbolic tangent used in real life?

Could there be more axioms out there we haven't found out yet?

What fuction satisfies the following coordinates?
#(0,1)(52,2)(104,4)(156,8)(208,16)(260,32)(312,64)# and so on?

How would you prove the Fundamental theorem of calculus?

If #kx^3kx+9# is divisible by #x1#, then what is #k#?

How do organisms that require oxygen maintain enough oxygen during the winter months, where many trees lose there leaves?

How can you prove the Poisson Distribution?

Solve the following?:
Using the punnet square between two organisms with genotype Ff and Ff, the probabilities for the genotype of the offspring is like the following:
FF=25%, Ff=50%, ff=25%
(continued on details)

How can the fact that #1+2+3+4...=1/12# in string theory?

Solve the following?
Stacy is playing with her magical colored wands. They come in three colors: red, yellow, and blue. Every hour, the wands multiply and change color with the following probabilities: (Continued in details)

Find the sum of the infinite series #ne^(1n)# from #n=1# to #oo#?

Does your karma get affected if a person likes your answer than unlikes it?

What attempts had been made when people tried to prove the Collatz Conjecture?

You and your friend play a game in which you roll two dice. The first person to roll two dice with a sum of 5 wins. If you roll first, what is the probability that you win?

What is multivariable calculus?

Solve the following?
#x^(1/x)=1.2#

What is the mistake in the following process?
#e^(pii)=1#
Let #a# and #b# real numbers.
#(e^(cancelpii))^(b/cancelpi)=(1)^(b/pi)#
#e^(bi+a)=(1)^(b/pi)*e^(a)# Natural log. on both sides.
#a+bi=ln[(1)^(b/pi)*e^(a)]# Now...

Compute the following?
#pi^4+4pi^3i10pi^220pi*i+35+(56i)/pi84/(pi^2)(120i)/(pi^3)+(165)/(pi^4)...#

What is the area of the question mark?
The opposite lines are not necessarily parallel.

Solve the following?
#(x−1)(x−3)(x−5)(x+1)=−12#

All shapes in the picture are halfcircles. If the radius of the smaller halfcircle is 1, what is the area of the colored region?

Is "betrayer" a word?

Is the following solution correct? If not, why?

An interesting problem...?

Never mind (I have to end this with a question mark to edit?)