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A. acceleration

B. displacement

C. momentum

D. inertia

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It's inertia. Inertia is the force that resists change in motion, like the planets and gravity. Inertia is effected by gravity

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D. Inertia

Acceleration is the rate at which an object changes its velocity, displacement is the overall change in an object'a position, an momentum is mass in motion.

Acceleration is the rate at which an object changes its velocity, displacement is the overall change in an object'a position, an momentum is mass in motion.

Question

Which of the following can be achieved by using a visible-light spectrophotometer?

I. Detecting the presence of isolated double bonds.

II. Finding the concentration of a KMnOâ‚„ solution.

III. Running a flame test to determine if Na+ or K+ is in a solution.

(A ) III only

(B ) II only

(C) I only

(D) II and III

(E ) I and II

I. Detecting the presence of isolated double bonds.

II. Finding the concentration of a KMnOâ‚„ solution.

III. Running a flame test to determine if Na+ or K+ is in a solution.

(A ) III only

(B ) II only

(C) I only

(D) II and III

(E ) I and II

Solution 1

1 and 2 i think this is the answerÂ

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thnx uÂ

Question

Element X is found in two forms: 90.0% is an isotope that has a mass of 20.0, and 10.0% is an isotope that has a mass of 22.0. What is the atomic mass of element X?

A. 20.0

B. 20.2

C. 20.8

D. 21.2

E. 21.8

Can anyone explain this one for me?

A. 20.0

B. 20.2

C. 20.8

D. 21.2

E. 21.8

Can anyone explain this one for me?

Solution 1

[tex]M_{X} = \frac{(20.0\cdot 90\%)+(22.0\cdot10\%)}{100\%} = \frac{2020}{100} = 20.2[u][/tex]

answer: B

answer: B

Solution 2

The **relative** **atomic mass **of element X which has 2 isotopes Â is **20.2 u.**

**Relative atomic mass **of an element is an **average of masses **of atoms of** isotopes**. It is found out by the formula ,

relative atomic mass=(massĂ—abundance of isotope 1 )+(massĂ—abundance of isotope 2)/100

Considering the example given ,atomic mass of element X is found out as,

relative atomic mass=(20Ă—90)+(10Ă—22)/100=2020/100=20.2 u.

**Relative atomic mass** is a** dimensionless **physical quantity Â which is an average Â ratio of mass of atoms in a sample to the atomic mass** **constant.Atomic mass constant is** 1/12 **of **mass **of **carbon-12 atom**.

**Average atomic mass ** is relative atomic mass Â which is calculated from percent composition**.Relative atomic mass** is **unit less** and is a physical quantity.It is a multiple of standard atomic mass unit.

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Question

What is the weight of a toy car that has a mass of 0.28 kg?

Solution 1

2.744 Newtons, or 0.62 lbf (pounds force)

Question

What does a red shift indicate about a galaxy?

A. It is moving toward Earth.

B. It is moving very fast.

C. It is slowing down.

D. It is moving away from Earth.

A. It is moving toward Earth.

B. It is moving very fast.

C. It is slowing down.

D. It is moving away from Earth.

Solution 1

The only cause we know of that could shift the spectrum of a source toward longer wavelengths isthe source moving away from us. That's how we interpret the red shift when we see it, and that's where the whole idea of the expanding universe comes from. But ... just like gravity and the Earth going around the sun ... it can't be proved, so it's "only a theory".

Solution 2

Question

How many times more basic is a solution with a pH of 10 than a solution with a pH of 8Â

a. A pH of 10 is two times as basicÂ

b. A pH of 8 is two times as basicÂ

c. A pH of 10 is 2,000 times as basicÂ

d. A pH of 8 is 20 times as basicÂ

e. A pH of 10 is 100 times as basic

a. A pH of 10 is two times as basicÂ

b. A pH of 8 is two times as basicÂ

c. A pH of 10 is 2,000 times as basicÂ

d. A pH of 8 is 20 times as basicÂ

e. A pH of 10 is 100 times as basic

Solution 1

you may want to ask the questions seperatly more likely for someone to answer

Question

The combination of units written kgÂ·m/s2 can be used for which of the following?

A. acceleration

B. mass

C. force

D. weight

A. acceleration

B. mass

C. force

D. weight

Solution 1

C. force because the force able to communicate to a mass of one kilogram an accerelation of 1m/sÂ˛

Â Â Â Â Kg.m

F= -------------

Â Â Â Â Â SÂ˛

Â Â Â Â Kg.m

F= -------------

Â Â Â Â Â SÂ˛

Solution 2

The combination of units written kgÂ· [tex]m/s^{2}[/tex]can be used for **force.**

A **force** is just a factor that can impact an object's motion. A **force** may cause a mass item to accelerate by changing its velocity. A push as well as a pull can also be used to describe **forces**. A **force** is a vector quantity even though it has both magnitude ,Â direction as well. It can be denoted by the symbol F.

The formula of **force **(F) = mĂ—a.

where, m is mass of the particle and a is acceleration. It is known that unit of mass is kg and acceleration is [tex]m/s^{2}[/tex].

Now, put the unit of given data in above formula.

F= kgĂ—[tex]m/s^{2}[/tex].

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Question

What is an ion?

in chemistry

in chemistry

Solution 1

an atom with a charge

Solution 2

an ion is a atom that is charged.

Question

A car accelerates from 15 m/s to 25 m/s in 15 s. What is the car's acceleration?

Solution 1

Acceleration = (change in speed) / (time for the change)

Change in speed = (25 - 15) = 10 m/s

Time = 15 s

Acceleration = 10/15 =*2/3 m/s*

Change in speed = (25 - 15) = 10 m/s

Time = 15 s

Acceleration = 10/15 =

Question

Which of these follows a cyclical pattern?

A. sunspot maxima and minima

B. condensation of a nebula

C. formation of a crater

D. formation of a black hole

A. sunspot maxima and minima

B. condensation of a nebula

C. formation of a crater

D. formation of a black hole

Solution 1

The number of *sunspots*, observed during the past 300 years or so,

has been found to vary up and down in a cycle of very very roughlyÂ

about 11 years.

has been found to vary up and down in a cycle of very very roughlyÂ

about 11 years.

Question

Please help. What mass of copper is required to replace silver from 4.00g of silver nitrate dissolved in water? I found the molar mass of all of them but don't know where to go from there

Solution 1

It's importaint to first set up the equation. 2AgNO3+Cu--->Cu(NO3)2+2Ag this will dtermine whether you need to divide by two when youÂ divide the moler mass of silver nitrate with 4g to find the amout of moles.023547419, then you divide by two and multiply by the molor mass of CU(NO3)2 and you should get your answer. I got 2.208grams. (please tell me if i'm wrong, going to be an AP Chemistry student.), i copyed myself so don't ban me.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

**0.7479 grams of copper is required to replace 4.00 grams of silver nitrate.**

**Explanation:**

[tex]Cu+2AgNO_3\rightarrow Cu(NO_3)_2+2Ag[/tex]

Moles of silver nitrate = [tex]\frac{4.00 g}{169.87 g/mol}=0.0235 mol[/tex]

According to reaction 2 moles of silver nitrate reacts with 1 mole of copper metal.

Then 0.02354 moles of silver nitrate will react with:

[tex]\frac{1}{2}\times 0.0235 mol=0.01177 mol[/tex]

Mass of 0.01177 moles copper =0.01177 mol Ă— 63.55 g/mol = 0.7479 g

**0.7479 grams of copper is required to replace 4.00 grams of silver nitrate.**

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