1988 D
The normal boiling and freezing points of argon are 87.3 K and 84.0 K, respectively. The triple point is at
82.7 K and 0.68 atmosphere.
(a) Use the data above to draw a phase diagram for argon. Label the axes and label the regions in which
the soli
1995 D (Required)
The conductivity of several substances was tested using the apparatus represented
by the diagram below.
Source of
Direct Current
The results of the tests are summarized in the following data table.
AgNO3
Melting
Point
(C)
Liquid
Na
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1998 B
An unknown compound contains only the three elements C, H, and O. A pure sample of
the compound is analyzed and found to be 65.60 percent C and 9.44 percent H by mass.
(a) Determine the empirical formula of the compound.
(b) A solution of 1.570 gra
2002D
Use the principles of atomic structure and/or chemical bonding to explain each of the
following. In each part, your answers must include references to both substances.
(a) The atomic radius of Li is larger than Be.
(b) The second ionization energy o
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2.6 Solving Polynomials by Factoring
December 07, 2016
2.6 Solving Polynomial
Equations by Factoring
objective: To solve polynomial equations by various
methods of factoring, including the use of rational
root theorem.
2.6 Solving Polynomials by Factoring
2.2 Synthetic Division; The Remainder and Factor Thms
2.2 Synthetic Division; the
Remainder and Factor Theorems
objective: using synthetic division
Applying the remainder and factor
theorems
October 19, 2016
2.2 Synthetic Division; The Remainder and Facto
Lise 9 Algebra 2
Name:
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1. Ifthe vertex ofa parabola is (3,?) find at. +1:2 13' if _ 23 +6) ' m +3 3 tangent to thex aXIS
in m.
(xintereepts).
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2.7 General Results for Polynomial Equations
December 12, 2016
2.7 General Results for
Polynomial Equations
objective: To apply general theorems about
polynomial equations
2.7 General Results for Polynomial Equations
1. Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
If P
2.4 Finding Max and Min of Polynomial Functions
December 02, 2016
2.4 Finding Max. and Min.
of Polynomial Functions
objective:
> To write a polynomial function for a given
situation
> To find the maximum and the minimum
value of the function.
2.4 Finding
1.7 Quadratic Functions
Quadratic Functions and their
Graphs
objective: to define and graph
quadratic functions
October 03, 2016
1.7 Quadratic Functions
October 03, 2016
What can you tell about the graph?
1.7 Quadratic Functions
Axis of Symmetry
October 0
NOTE YOUR HOMEWORK: PAGE 98-99 WE 1-24 ODD numberd questions
3-1Linear Inequalities;
Absolute Value
Solving and graphing linear
inequalities in one variable
x 8 12
Solve the inequality.
Choose a number from the solution set
and verify that it satisfies
1988 A
At elevated temperatures, SbCl5 gas decomposes into SbCl3 gas and Cl2 gas as shown by the
following equation: SbCl5(g) SbCl3(g) + Cl2(g)
(a) An 89.7 gram sample of SbCl5 (molecular weight 299.0) is placed in an evacuated 15.0 liter
container at 182
1984 C
Give a scientific explanation for the following observations. Use equations or diagrams if
they are relevant.
(a) It takes longer to cook an egg until it is hard-boiled in Denver (altitude 1 mile above
sea level) than it does in New York City (near
1980 B
(a) A solution contains 3.23g of an unknown compound dissolved in 100.0g of water
freezes at 0.97C.
The solution does not conduct electricity. Calculate the molecular weight of the
compound. (The molal freezing depression constant for H2O is 1.86C*
walsh (ww6447) #18b - More Moment of Inertia fenton (581)
This print-out should have 6 questions.
Multiple-choice questions may continue on
the next column or page nd all choices
before answering.
001 10.0 points
A massless rod of length L has a mass m
fa
walsh (ww6447) #20 - Rotational Work fenton (581)
This print-out should have 14 questions.
Multiple-choice questions may continue on
the next column or page nd all choices
before answering.
001 (part 1 of 5) 10.0 points
A long, uniform 2 kg rod of length
walsh (ww6447) #21 - Angular Momentum fenton (581)
This print-out should have 10 questions.
Multiple-choice questions may continue on
the next column or page nd all choices
before answering.
001 10.0 points
A solid steel sphere of density 7.59 g/cm3 and
m
walsh (ww6447) #19 - Torque fenton (581)
This print-out should have 16 questions.
Multiple-choice questions may continue on
the next column or page nd all choices
before answering.
001 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points
The arm of a crane at a construction site is
Predicting Chemical Reactions
Foglino, Paul. Cracking the AP Chemistry . New York: Random House, 1997.
I.Combustion
rev. 10/3/07
^Thorpe, G. Cliffs AP Chemistry 3 rd Edition. New York: Hungry Minds, 2001.
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