# My question is about calculus problems

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f PCl3 . For each orbital, identify if the interaction is of bonding or anti-bonding character, is it of the sigma or pi type. Explain how each of the molecular orbitals are formed, indicate which atomic orbitals contribute to each molecular orbital, take into account the phases that each orbital can present. How much energy is required to ionize one mole of each chemical species?
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do it and to be more specific. However. I am not sure if my solution is correct. My original experiment question was to "Investigate how many loops of wires around a nail affect the strength of electromagnetism". "How many loops of wire around a 10D nail does it take for a quarter to be lifted? ". My teacher said the first one wasn't correct because I need something more quantifiable than the strength of electromagnetism. Also, he said quarter one wouldn't work because the quarter is not an actual dependant variable. I wanted to see if I could do this question instead, "Investigate how many paper clips a 10D nail wrapped 50 times with wires can pick up." and discuss the voltage and amps of this process.
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by the addition of a substituent to it, For example, I am studying a half sandwich structure where the "table" is an Cp ligand. I am comparing the structure of the complex to that of its identical version except with an additional substituent attached to the Cp ring ligand. My question is will the complexes be the same or different structure. As I know the colour of complexes is dependent on the crystal field splitting on the d orbitals and I know the greater the field strength of the ligand the greater the splitting. So will I be changing the ligand field strength of Cp (cyclopentadiene) by adding a substituent to it? if so how does that happen?
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ase lactic acid, ethanol and CO2 to make it rise. I also know that adding flour and water makes enzymes convert starch to sugar. My question is why is adding too much water effect the growth of the sourdough starter and why yeast and LAB do not secrete as much.
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A. The answer is 3C/5. I only need help with part B. Thank you.
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sed tot he parent function f(x)=x^2 . My main question is why do we use this and when do we use this. (is a translation to the left considered the same thing?) I've only found 1 example other that the one I've shown you in the textbook, but it was with on Axis of symmetry at the origin so it really did nothing.
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n here is the post Good evening Joseph, Your forum post this week sparked my interest because of your two debatable topics. Your week 5 topic of "Should churches be taxed or exempted", will be an interesting read. As a person who grew up in the church and seeing what it offers, I am for churches being tax exempt. The money saved from taxes in the end helps the community. Your second debatable really stuck a cord with me. I hate how reliant we as a society we have become on our cell phones. I use mine a lot, but have being trying for a few months now to be less reliant on it. Kids are at school to learn, not be on their cell phones. The teachers should be teaching and paying attention to the students and not on their cell phones. I am curious, when you say banned, so you mean not even on school property, or just not allowed to be used during school hours? My 13 year old son takes his cell phone to school in his back pack, but we have talked to him about when he can use it. It's mainly for after school activities, so he can let us know when he needs to be picked up. I look forward reading your papers. Thomas F. Wright
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1.AU MAT 120 Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities Discussion

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