Consider a specific chemical reaction represented by the equation aa + bb → cc + dd. in this equation the letters a, b, c, and d represent chemicals, and the letters a, b, c, and d represent coefficients in the balanced equation. how many possible values are there for the quantity "c/d"?
We are usually concerned with one reaction. That is, the production of one specific set of products from a specific set of reactants.
The number of values of c/d would be the number of possible ways that a and b could recombine to form different pairs of products c and d. (You might get different reactions at different temperatures, for example. Or, you might get different pars of ions.)
Usually, the number of values of c/d is one (1). (Of course, if you simply swap what you're calling "c" and "d", then you double that number, whatever it is.)
Write each combination of vectors as a single vector.
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To write each combination of vectors as a single vector, we can simply add them together. For example, to write the combination of vectors AB + BC as a single vector, we would simply add the vectors AB and BC together.
Here is how to write each combination of vectors as a single vector:
AB + BC = AC
CD + DB = CB
DB - AB = BD
DC + CA + AB = AD
Here is a diagram to help visualize the addition of vectors:
[Diagram of vector addition]
In the diagram, vectors AB and BC are added together to create vector AC. Vector AC is the sum of vectors AB and BC.
We can also use the following formula to write the combination of vectors as a single vector:
A + B = (A_x + B_x, A_y + B_y)
where A_x and A_y are the components of vector A, and B_x and B_y are the components of vector B.
For example, to write the combination of vectors AB + BC as a single vector, we would use the following formula:
AB + BC = (AB_x + BC_x, AB_y + BC_y)
where AB_x and AB_y are the components of vector AB, and BC_x and BC_y are the components of vector BC.
The probability that a city bus is ready for service when needed is 84%. The probability that a city bus is ready for service and has a working radio is 67%. Find the probability that a bus chosen at random has a working radio given that is it ready for service.can someone help? i know the answer but i need to show work as to how thats the proper answer.
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The difference between seven and triple the input
Answer: 3x - 7
x = some input number
3x = triple the input
3x - 7 = difference of triple the input and 7
What is the area of this figure? Please help
The square has 4 sides with length 4
The right triangle has the right side equal to 4yd + 4yd(from the square) = 8yd
Using the Pythagorean Theorem, we find that the left side of the triangle has length = 10yd
The area of the whole thing is the area of the square + the area of the triangle
The formula for the area of a square with sides l is
The area of the triangle is trickier, but you can imagine tracing a line in the left side and the upper side to form a rectangle, and the area of that is A = , the area of the triangle will be half the area of the rectangle so it'll be