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AP Calc AB/BC
HOW TO DO ACID NEUTRALIZATION?
How to find the Limiting and Excess reactant as well as the excess remaining?
How to predict the products of chemical equations?
How to do the cross drop charge method?
How to write the balanced chemical equation of P4 and H2?
WHAT IS THE Difference between empirical & molecular formula?
WHAT Is an easy way to memorize VsePR GEOMeTRIES?
How to find molecular formula with empirical formula and molar mass?
How do we find empirical formula when we are given percentages?
What is molecular/formula mass and how do we calculate it?
How do we construct a matter flow chart?"
How do we name acids?
HOW DO WE do mass-to-mass conversions with an equation?
Can you please do a question where when getting the empirical formulas from percent and the subscripts are decimals like Carbon: 1.75 Hydrogen: 3.25, and OXYGEN: 1.5?
What mass of KClO3 is needed to saturate 200 grams of water at 30°C?
At constant volume and temperature, what happens to pressure when the # of particles is increased?
What is kinetics and can you do practice problems in rate laws, reaction mechanisms and methods of initial rates?
Kinetics is the study of the rates of reactions. In chemistry, a reaction's rate can be calculated in terms of how fast a concentration of a substance changes in the course of a chemical reaction. Learn more
HOW DO YOU SOLVE AN EQUILIBRIUM PROBLEM WITH A RICE TABLE?
Rydberg's constant is 109,677 but and the value also given in my text book 2.18 x 10*-18 J can you help me to clear out confusion between the two value's of the Rh constant?
To begin let's first understand what the Rydberg constant is. It was developed by the Swedish Physicist Johannes Rydberg, describing the frequencies of light in various series of related spectral lines. Learn more
What are galvanic cells?
wHAT IS LE CHATELIER'S PRINCIPLE AND HOW DOES IT RELATE TO EQUILIBRIUM REACTIONS?
Can you give an example of LE CHATELIER'S PRINCIPLE IN REAL LIFE?
What is the difference between While loop and Do While loop in Java?
The while loop in Java executes one or more statements after testing the loop continuation condition at the start of each iteration. The Do While Loop, tests the loop continuation condition after the first iteration has completed Learn more..
What are interfaces? and how to create them?
DO YOU HAVE ANY TIPS FOR STUDYING FOR AP COMPUTER SCIENCE A?
WHAT ARE ARRAYLISTS?
WHY IS IT A BAD IDEA TO NAME YOUR JAVA CLASS STRING?
What are getters and setters?
"HOW DO YOU SOLVE INDEFINITE INTEGRALS USING U-SUBSTITUTION?"
HOW TO FIND THE EQUATION OF A TANGENT AND NORMAL LINE?
What is the quotient Rule?
What is the product rule?
What is the chain rule?
Is there a quick & easy way to memorize trigonometry identities?
How to graph a conic section on the calculator?
How to find limit of indeterminate forms?
How to simplify using trigonometric identities?
given an equation, how can we tell what equation it is?
what are right and left riemann sums and how do you solve them?
A Riemann Sums helps us to approximate the area under a curve. Just as we use integrals to help solve the exact area under a curve, a Riemann Sum acts as an approximation to help us solve this same problem. Learn more
how do you find the slope/solve for the tangent line of a polar curve?
To actually solve for our tangent line, we first need to solve for its slope. Starting off, we need to change the polar equation into a pair of parametric equations so that we can see our x and y variables. Learn more
What is tabular integration/ di method?
The DI method stands for Differntiate and Integrate and is another name for tabular integration, which is a special techique for integration by parts that is applied to integrals of two functions multiplied by each other. Learn more
Introduction to bioinformatics
What is crispr cas9 system?
What is the structure of an amino acid and why is that important?
What are aquaporins and why are they important?
The cell membrane has different proteins embedded in its structure that helps facilitate the movement of certain substances. Aquaporin is a type of transmembrane protein that allows for such movement, specifically of water. Learn more...
Why are peptides important in scientific discovery and medicine?
Why should I study about Peptides ? Why are they important?
how to identify bacteria through shape and gram stains?
How to make a graph on excel for a biology lab?
Bioniformatics pt.2: Dot PLots - visual representation of patterns
what is the rule of multiplication and addition and how do you use it for punnett squares?
what is the hardy-weinberg principle and how do we use it in bio?
The Hardy-Weinberg Principle was developed by GC Hardy and Wilheim Weinberg with William Castle also developing the mathematical principle which tell us that allele and genotype frequencies in a population will remain constant from each generation in the absence of evolutionary differences. Learn more
WHAT ARE HOX GENES?
To understand HOX genes, we will be looking at the model organism Drosophila, also known as the fruit fly. We know that a normal fruit fly has a head, thorax and abdomen, but how does the fly's body know to develop in that order? Learn more
Arduino basics & BLINKING led
Arduino is an open source electronics platform based on easy to use hardware and software. Arduino reads inputs and turns it into outputs, while boards are sent instructions to their microcontrollers through the Arduino programming language and IDE. Learn more
WHAT CAN ESCAPE A BLACK HOLE?
Is there an easy way to memorize trig identities?