1. Draw the Lewis structures for each of the following ions or molecules. For each, give (i) the molecular shape, (ii) the electron pair geometry at the central atom, and (iii) the hybridization of the central atom. (a) Br2O (b) IOF3 (c) BrF3 (d) AsF3 (e) PCl4+ Name of the molecule Molecular shape Electron pair […]

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# variables in algebra

1. A researcher wants to look at the effect of time on test scores, believing test scores will change over the semester from the pre-test to the post-test. What are the variables in this specific study? Identify each as an independent or dependent variable. The independent variable and dependent variable is the same in dependent […]

# management

The art of management is to get things done. A manager is said to be good only when he has the ability to get things done by his team. As pointed out in the case study the new supervisor Ricci had trouble in Personnel management. An organization is considered successful only if its people are […]

# probability

2. If the probability of seeing moose in a day in a certain region of Alaska is 0.39, what is the probability of not seeing any moose in a day there? Answer: Prob(not seeing any moose) = 1 – Prob(seeing a moose) 1 – 0.39 = 0.61 3.If the odds of winning a raffle are […]

# electronic configuration

1. An element has the following electronic configuration: [Ar]3d84s2 (a) What period does it belong to? As the last orbit filled with electron is 4th orbit (4S2) the element will be in the 4th period. (b) What is its group number? (Use group numbers from 1 to 18) As there are 10 electrons after […]

# probability

2. If the probability of seeing moose in a day in a certain region of Alaska is 0.39, what is the probability of not seeing any moose in a day there? Answer: Prob(not seeing any moose) = 1 – Prob(seeing a moose) 1 – 0.39 = 0.61 3.If the odds of winning a raffle […]

# Stress level

Your Name Psychology 101 Section 01 Homework #2: Stress Study 10/26/10 Participant Form 1-A College Undergraduate Stress Scale Participant Form Place a check mark in the “Happened to Me” column for any event that has happened to you in the last six months. Place only one check mark even if there have been multiple […]

# Dihedral Symmetries

Illustrate and discuss the dihedral symmetries of the regular pentagon, D5. Give the Cayley table of D5. Look at the above diagram of a regular pentagon. It has 5 lines of symmetries. These lines of symmetries are reflection symmetries as well as rotational symmetries. The axis 0-0 is the principal […]

# Lpp

Question 1 Sean is preparing a load plan for a Chase Shipping freighter destined for China. An agricultural commodities dealer would like to transport three commodity products aboard this ship. The shipping characteristics of these commodities are shown below: Commodity Amount Available in Tons Volume per Ton in cubic feet Profit per Ton 1 4800 […]

# probability of a spinner

1. Determine the probability that the spinner lands on red. As there are three RED’s on the spins, out of the 8 . The probability that spinner lands on red is 3/8 = 0.375 0.5 0.25 0.33 0.375 0.125 2. Determine the odds against the spinner landing on red. From the above figure There are […]