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1. For Part 2: SingleDisplacement Reactions: For each of the four singledisplacement reactions, describe what happened in each well. If a chemical reaction occurred, write a balanced equation for it. Then using the A, B symbols, write a general equation for a singledisplacement reaction.
Here are the chemical formulas of the reactants for each reaction:
• zinc – Zn
copper sulfate – CuSO4
• aluminum – Al
copper sulfate – CuSO4
• zinc – Zn
silver nitrate – Ag(NO3)
• copper – Cu
silver nitrate – Ag(NO3)
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2. For Part 3: DoubleDisplacement Reactions: For each of the doubledisplacement reactions, describe what happened in each well, including the colors of any products that formed. If a chemical reaction occurred, write a balanced equation for it. Then using the A, B symbols, write a general equation for a doubledisplacement reaction.
Here are the chemical formulas of the reactants for each reaction:
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A Reflection of Math
Sherrene Arceo
November 14, 2014
MTH156
Autumn G. Gabriel Ed.S.
Abstract
As I reflect back on this course all I see are added benefits. As teachers we are always learning through new experience and materials. MTH156 was a very helpful course which enabled us to learn mathematical procedures and effectively utilize them in the classroom. The art of becoming a teacher is rewarding all on its own. The joys and thrills of holding your...
...1. a) Follow the instructions in the applet to fill out the 1st graphs then answer the following question: What is the impact of the new point on the standard deviation?
The new point has made the standard deviation to go up to over 2.07
b) Follow the instructions to create the next two graphs then answer the following question: What did you do differently to create the data set with the larger standard deviation.
What I did differently was to have two outliners on both ends of...
...FINAL EXAMINATION
MATHS FOR BUSINESS AND FINANCE
5
Q=Sullivan handbags marks up their bags at 45% of the selling price. Pat Sullivan saw a bag at a trade show that she would sell to her customers for $85. What is the most she could pay for the bag and still retain the 45% markup of the selling price?
P=selling price
C=cost of product
R=percentage markup
P=C(1+r)
85=C(1+45%/100=1.45)
C=85/1.45=58.62
Check back
58.62*45%=26.379=26.38
58.62+26.38=85
Answer:...
...1. 3 metres of ribbon cost £1.26.
Work out the cost of 5 metres of the same ribbon.
£ …………………………
(Total 2 marks)
2.
A Large tub of popcorn costs £3.80 and holds 200 g.
A Regular tub of popcorn costs £3.50 and holds 175 g.
Rob says that the 200 g Large tub is the better value for money.
Linda says that the 175 g Regular tub is the better value for money.
Who is correct?
………………………
Explain the reasons for your answer. You must show all your working....
...Week Five Discussion

This Discussion will give you the opportunity to calculate or identify the three measures of central tendency. You will be asked to select an appropriate real life situation in which one measure would be more appropriate than the other two measures of center.
1. Select a topic of interest to you and record the topic in your posting, for example: “What is the average number of hours people watch TV every week?” Make sure the question you ask will be answered with...
...Chapter 1: Permutations
1. In how many ways can three different awards be distributed among 20 students in the following situations?
a. No student may receive more than one award.
b. There is no limit on the number of awards won by one student.
Answer: a) 6840 b)8000
2. Consider the word BASKETBALL:
a. How many permutations are there?
b. How many permutations begin with the letter K?
c. How many...
...For each item below:
Identify the type of data (quantitative  discrete, quantitative  continuous, or qualitative) that would be used to describe a response.
Give an example of the data.
• Quantitative – Discrete: Data obtained that are discrete numbers. e.g. 1, 2, 3...
• Quantitative – Continuous: Data from a population that is assumed to be measured accurately.
• Qualitative : Categorization or description attributes of a population. e.g. red, blue,etc
• Number of tickets sold...
...Life without mathematics
Do any of us realize the importance of maths in our daily life? This is a subject that is applied to every field and profession. Without the application of maths, no field or profession is complete. To help us realize this why don’t we imagine a world without maths?
Imagine living your days without a watch and a calendar. Both the watch and the calendar use numbers, the most basic and important of mathematic characters. How...
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