Dancing on someone's grave
If you will dance on someone's grave, you will outlive or outlast them and will celebrate their demise. Day in the sun
If you have your day in the sun, you get attention and are appreciated. Daylight robbery
If you are overcharged or underpaid, it is a daylight robbery; open, unfair and hard to prevent. Rip-off has a similar meaning. Days are numbered
When someone’s days are numbered, they are expected to die soon. Dead air
When there is a period of total silence, there is dead air.
Dead and buried
If something is dead and buried, it has all long been settled and is not going to be reconsidered. Dead as a doornail
This is used to indicate that something is lifeless.
Dead even
If people competing are dead even, they are at exactly the same stage or moving at exactly the same speed. Dead from the neck up
Someone who's dead from the neck up is very stupid indeed.
Dead in the water
If something is dead in the water, it isn't going anywhere or making any progress. Dead level best
If you try your dead level best, you try as hard as you possibly could to do something. Dead man walking
A dead man walking is someone who is in great trouble and will certainly get punished, lose their job or position, etc, soon. Dead meat
This is used as a way of threatening someone: You'll be dead meat if you don't go along. Dead men's shoes
If promotion or success requires replacing somebody, then it can only be reached by dead men's shoes' by getting rid of them. Dead right
This means that something or someone is absolutely correct, without doubt. Dead wrong
If someone is dead wrong, they are absolutely in error, absolutely incorrect or of incorrect opinion. Deaf as a post
Someone who is as deaf as a post is unable to hear at all.
Dear John letter
A letter written by a partner explaining why they are ending the relationship is a Dear John letter.

Deep pockets but short arms
Someone who has money but never puts his hand in his pocket...

...+ 13| = –7
5x + 13 = -7
5x = -20
X = -4
Simplify the expression below.
6n2 - 5n2 + 7n2
6 – 5 + 7 = 8
=8n2
The total cost for 8 bracelets, including shipping was $54. The shipping charge was $6. Write an equation that models the cost of each bracelet.
8 x + 6 = 54 $8.00 each bracelets
The total cost for 8 bracelets, including shipping was $54. The shipping charge was $6. Determine the cost for each bracelet. Show your work
8x+6 =54
8x=54-6
8x = 48
X = 6
Solve the inequality. Show your work.
6y – 8 ≤ 10
5. 6y – 8 ≤ 10
6y ≤ 10 +8
6y ≤ 18
y ≤ 18/6
=y ≤ 3
The figures above are similar. Find the missing length. Show your work.
x = 1.8 in
What is 30% of 70? Show your work.
30 divied by100 = .30
70 times 0.3(30% as a decimal) which will be 21
=21
Simplify the expression below.
-5-8
(16x9)/(21x8)=144/168 divided by 12=12/14=6/7
8. 6/7
Which property is illustrated by 6 x 5 = 5 x 6?
commutative property of multiplication
Evaluate the expression for the given values of the variables. Show your work.
4t + 2u2 – u3; t = 2 and u = 1
4t + 2u2 – u3; t = 2 and u = 1
4 (2) + 2 (1) 2 – (1) 3
8 + 2 – 1 = 1
Solve the inequality. Show your work.
|r + 3| ≥ 7
R + 3 = 7, r = - 10 and r =4
What percent of 60 is 12? Show your work.
20% of 60. 12 / 60 * 100 = 20
Simplify the expression...

...Name
Date
Class
CHAPTER 18 REVIEW
Chemical Equilibrium
SECTION 18-1
SHORT ANSWER
1.
Answer the following questions in the space provided.
Silver chromate dissolves in water according to the following equation:
→ 2Agϩ(aq) ϩ CrO42Ϫ(aq)
Ag2CrO4(s) ←
Which of these correctly represents the equilibrium expression for the above equation?
2[Agϩ] ϩ [CrO 42Ϫ]
[Agϩ]2[CrO42Ϫ]
[Ag2CrO4]
(a) ᎏᎏ
(b) ᎏ
ᎏ
(c)
ᎏ
ᎏ
1
Ag2CrO4
[Agϩ]2[CrO42Ϫ]
[Agϩ]2[CrO42Ϫ]
(d) ᎏᎏ
2[Ag2CrO4]
2. Are pure solids included in equilibrium expressions? Explain your answer.
3. Write the equilibrium expression for the following hypothetical equation:
→ 2C(aq) ϩ 3D(aq)
3A(aq) ϩ B(aq) ←
4. a. Write the appropriate equilibrium expression for each of the following equations. Include the
value of K.
→ 2NO2(g)
(1) N2O4(g) ←
K ϭ 0.1
Ϫ
→ NHϩ
(2) NH4OH(aq) ←
4 (aq) ϩ OH (aq)
MODERN CHEMISTRY
HRW material copyrighted under notice appearing earlier in this work.
K ϭ 2 ϫ 10Ϫ5
SECTION 18-1 REVIEW
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Name
Date
Class
SECTION 18-1 continued
→ Pb2ϩ(aq) ϩ 2IϪ(aq)
(3) PbI2(s) ←
K ϭ 7 ϫ 10Ϫ9
→ 2H2O(l)
(4) H3Oϩ(aq) ϩ OHϪ(aq) ←
K ϭ 1 ϫ 1014
b. Which of the four systems in part a proceeds farthest
to the right when equilibrium is established?
c. Which system contains mostly reactants at
equilibrium?
PROBLEMS
provided.
5.
Write the answer on the line to the left. Show all...

...term of the sequence. When writing the general expression for an arithmetic sequence, you will not actually find a value for this. It will be part of your formula much in the same way x’s and y’s are part of algebraic equations.
a1 is the first term in the sequence. To find the explicit formula, you will need to be given (or use computations to find out) the first term and use that value in the formula.
n is treated like the variable in a sequence. For example, when writing the general explicit formula, n is the variable and does not take on a value. But if you want to find the 12th term, then n does take on a value and it would be 12.
d is the common difference for the arithmetic sequence. You will either be given this value or be given enough information to compute it. You must substitute a value for d into the formula.
You must also simplify your formula as much as possible.
Let's Practice:
i.Write the explicit formula for the sequence that we were working with earlier.
20, 24, 28, 32, 36, . . .
The first term in the sequence is 20 and the common difference is 4. This is enough information to write the explicit formula.
Now we have to simplify this expression to obtain our final answer.
So the explicit (or closed) formula for the arithmetic sequence is .
Notice that an the and n terms did not take on numeric values. They are a part of the formula, again like x’s and y’s in algebraic...

...Freedom of Expression
There are some issues and problems that are very hard to solve. Freedom of expression is one of them. Its hardship springs from the ambiguity of the term freedom itself. Philosophers always ponder on the question as to whether freedom has its own bounds, or it referres to the absence of any kind of restrictions. There are some people asserting that people can express themselves however they want, and all kinds ofexpression should be tolerated. However, In my opinion the way people express themselves determines the decision as to whether this expression is allowed or not.
The radical idea that people are entitled to express themselves however they want sounds romantic and inconsistent. Expression is a broad term and it does not only include arts, but also insult and blasphemy. Therefore if we let every idea be expressed, then we also close our eyes to insulting. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) people have dignity. So does not disregarding, cursing and insulting someone lead to the violation of human rights? I think it breaches the idea of dignity and equality.
However, we should not draw such a conclusion that all we can do is to stay calm. Without insult we can express our ideas and thoughts in an appropriate way. As you realize the term appropriate seems to be subjective and needs to be explained. In this context,...

...TRANSITION EXPRESSION
A Transitional Expression is a Transitional Phrase or a Conjunctive Adverb.
Transitional expressions help your reader to understand how you have organized your material, making it easier for them to move from one point to the next in your writing. Use Transitional expressions to: add ideas, emphasize ideas, illustrate ideas, compare/contrast ideas, show cause and effect, place ideas in time, and summarize ideas.
( Jadi Transitional Expression adalah semacam kata penghubung, antara 2 kalimat / klausa yang dituliskan agar membantu para pembaca untuk lebih mengerti/memahami tulisan tsb.)
Transitional Expression is for identify words or phrases that will indicate for the reader the kind of logical relationships you want to convey.
Two ways in writing transition expression:
1. Use a semi-colon [;] and coma [,] between independent clauses linked with a transitional expression:
eg: I learned all the rules and regulations; however, I never really learned to control the ball.
2. After full stop [.}
eg: Erwin didn’t study. Therefore, he failed the test.
Here are some of the most common transition expression, grouped according to meaning:
Identification Expression
Time after, after a short, afterward, at least, at the same time, before that time, before then, immediately, lately, later, meanwhile, now,...

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Sean Anthony Kyle Antonio
Project proposal on:
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Algebraic expression
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History:
Ancient civilizations wrote out algebraic expressions using only occasional abbreviations, but by medieval times Islamic mathematicians were able to talk about arbitrarily high powers of the unknown x, and work out the basic algebra of polynomials (without yet using modern symbolism). This included the ability to multiply, divide, and find square roots of polynomials as well as knowledge of the binomial theorem. The Persian mathematician, astronomer, and poet Omar Khayyam showed how to express roots of cubic equations by line segments obtained by intersecting conic sections, but he could not find a formula for the roots. A Latin translation of Al-Khwarizmi's Algebra appeared in the 12th century. In the early 13th century, the great Italian mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci achieved a close approximation to the solution of the cubic equation x3+ 2x2 + cx = d. Because Fibonacci had travelled in Islamic lands, he probably used an Arabic method of successive approximations.
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Examples :
Problem: | Ms. Jensen likes to divide her class into groups of 2. Use mathematical symbols to represent all the students in her class. | |
Solution: | Let g represent the number of groups in Ms. Jensen's...

...Finding Faith in Religion
What Constitutes an Expression of Religion?
Name: Megan Campbell
Instructor’s Name: Ms. R. Revington
Student Number: 110034176
Course: ENG4U1-03
Date: October 17, 2012
Religion is a worldwide practice and can be different to every individual. I believe that one can practice religion for many different reasons; some just may not involve a strong faith in the religion. To go through the motions of a religion is not the same as having faith in that religion. One can express religion yet not have faith in it, and can just be expressing to appease their family or just feel that it is the thing to do.
There are also many ways to express religion, sometimes depending on what religion is being practiced. An expression of religion can be as simple as praying by your bedside or as expressive as praying 5 times a day in public. There are many things that constitute an expression of religion. One may express religion by going to church on Sundays, praying, singing hymns, and other related activities. Another expression of religion could be reading religious texts. For example, a young Jewish boy reading from the Torah at his Bar Mitzvah, this is a very important expression of religion as he is becoming a man in his culture and has seemingly accepted this religion into his life. All of these expressions can be either legitimate or only to please their family or...