Zachary Hoskins
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pH measures how acidic/basic water is at any given time. This scale ranges from zero having the most acidity, to fourteen having the most alkalinity. The neutral pH is right in the middle (7) and... 
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There are two main forms of respiration that are used during exercise. These are known as aerobic and anaerobic respiration. First of all, respiration has to do with whether or not there is enough... 
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To determine why an ice skater would sink if he/she stood in the sand, let's think about someone walking on snowy ground: If there is a person who is walking on the snow on the ground, most of the... 
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So in this problem the chances of someone winning the game is 6 out of every 16. This could also be written as `6/16` This is just telling us that for every 16 people who play the game, we... 
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There are definitely ways in which the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) affects behavior, speech, and motor function in the people who have it. Just like people who are Intellectually Disabled,... 
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C. Hypothesis To adequately answer this question, we must look at what each of these terms mean individually. The term “result” refers to the actual answer or solution that occurs. Secondly, we... 
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We can use estimation to check multiplication problems for reasonableness because it will give us a "roundabout" answer that should be close to the correct one. For example, if we have 15 times 18,... 
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So there are several ways of going about writing a fraction as a mixed number. This question asks how to write a quotient as a mixed number. A quotient is the result of dividing one number by... 
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In order to divide two fractions, we have to multiply the numerator (top of fraction), by the reciprocal of the denominator (bottom of fraction). To do this, let's look at an example:... 
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First of all, with any series problem, we must first decide if it is an arithmetic series or a geometric series. An arithmetic series is one that you can add or subtract to get from the first... 
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a) So we are given: `y=x^3  3x` If we derive this function, then we will have the following: `y'=3x^2 3` This will show us what the slope of the original line would be at any x value that we plug... 
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So I will start by rewriting this equation in the form: `f(x)=x^42x^2+3 ` We know that if we have then we can plug in any value for x, and the result will be what the slope of the function... 
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So I will start by rewriting this equation in the form: `f(x)=x^2+9 ` We know that if we have `f'(x)` then we can plug in any value for x, and the result will be what the slope of the function... 
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So we know that a bobbin has an inside wheel that has a diameter of 5 cm and an outer wheel with a diameter of 10 cm. In order to determine how far the end of the thread has moved, we have to... 
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When I have questions like this, I like to think about it with a few examples. In this case let's use the following example: If `d=4` then `r=2` But if we double... 
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If you are asking how to tell if an answer is viable; a viable answer, means that our result is a possible solution to the question being asked. After solving a question or an equation in... 
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So we are given Since both of these problems are e raised to some power, we can just compare the exponents, and set them equal to each other. So now we have `x^2+6=5x` If we subtract 5x from both... 
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So we know that f(x)=35x, and we need to find the slope of the tangent line at (1,8). Two Ways to Solve this Problem: 1. We can derive this function: f'(x)=05 and then plug in the point into...