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# Describe how genetic drift can result in speciation....

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###### Describe how genetic drift can result in speciation.

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EcOA h mass 1 Whul Imole] volume of curbon via the cquation: dioxide g4S CaCOs (s) produced at STP by CaO (s) 341 U...
##### Supposeposition vector panicie given as function of time by r(t) x(t)i y(t)j; with x(t) d, where 50 m/s, b 135 m; 130 m/s2, and 1.14 mandy(t)(a) Calculate the average velocity during the time interval from t = 1.90 t0 t = 4.05 0.097 M/s(b} Determine the velocity att = 1.90 1.006 m/sDetermine the speed at = 1.90 006 The response You submitted has the wrong sign: ms
Suppose position vector panicie given as function of time by r(t) x(t)i y(t)j; with x(t) d, where 50 m/s, b 135 m; 130 m/s2, and 1.14 m and y(t) (a) Calculate the average velocity during the time interval from t = 1.90 t0 t = 4.05 0.097 M/s (b} Determine the velocity att = 1.90 1.006 m/s Determine t...
##### Calculate the activation energy; Ea , for the reaction 2 Nz Os (g) ~ } 4 NOz(g) ! O2 (g)from the observed rate constants:kat 25 C = 3.46 x 10andkat 51 C =9.40 * 10 4 g The gas constant R is 8.3145 x 10 kJ/molkJmolSubmit AnswerRetry Entire Groupmore group attempts remaining
Calculate the activation energy; Ea , for the reaction 2 Nz Os (g) ~ } 4 NOz(g) ! O2 (g) from the observed rate constants: kat 25 C = 3.46 x 10 and kat 51 C =9.40 * 10 4 g The gas constant R is 8.3145 x 10 kJ/mol kJmol Submit Answer Retry Entire Group more group attempts remaining...
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Solve each triangle Round answcrs t0 Ihe ncnrest tcoth_ A) mzA= 209, 0=5..6=122 B) mZA = 209, a=4.7. b = 12.6 C) mza =20". 0=5.1. 6-141 D) mzA =209. 0=54 6=14 A) mB =518, a=6. 0=95 B) mzB=519. a=45, c=9.5 C) mB=51'_ 0=6.6, â‚¬=95 D) mzB=51'_ a=53, (=9.5...
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##### When aluminum foil is placed in hydrochloric acid, nothing happens for the first 30 seconds or so. This is followed by vigorous bubbling and the eventual disappearance of the foil. Explain these observations.
When aluminum foil is placed in hydrochloric acid, nothing happens for the first 30 seconds or so. This is followed by vigorous bubbling and the eventual disappearance of the foil. Explain these observations....
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##### The disk is originally rotating at $\omega_{0}=12 \mathrm{rad} / \mathrm{s}$. If it is subjected to a constant angular acceleration of $\alpha=20 \mathrm{rad} / \mathrm{s}^{2},$ determine the magnitudes of the velocity and the $n$ and $t$ components of acceleration of point $B$ when the disk undergoes 2 revolutions.
The disk is originally rotating at $\omega_{0}=12 \mathrm{rad} / \mathrm{s}$. If it is subjected to a constant angular acceleration of $\alpha=20 \mathrm{rad} / \mathrm{s}^{2},$ determine the magnitudes of the velocity and the $n$ and $t$ components of acceleration of point $B$ when the disk undergo...
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##### Point) True False ProblemAssume A is an n X n matrix_The determinant of a triangular matrix is the sum of the entries of the main diagonal. Chooseb. The (i,j) minor of a matrix A is the matrix Aij obtained by deleting row and column from A ChooseA determinant of an n X n matrix can be defined as a sum of multiples of determinants of (n ~ 1)X (n - 1) submatrices_ Choosed. The cofactor expansion of det A along the first row of A is equal to the cofactor expansion of det A along any other row: Choo
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##### Methane is burned in a combustion reactor such that a 95%conversion of methane is achieved. The reactor is fed separatelywith methane and air in the molar ratio 1:12 (i.e. 12 kmols of airare fed to the reactor for every 1 kmol fo methane). Both completeand incomplete combustion occur in the reactor according to thefollowing stoichiometry:C H 4 + 2 O 2 â†’ C O 2 + 2 H 2 OC H 4 + 3 2 O 2 â†’ C O + 2 H 2 O(i) Calculate the composition of the product stream if theselectivity of carbon dioxide with r
Methane is burned in a combustion reactor such that a 95% conversion of methane is achieved. The reactor is fed separately with methane and air in the molar ratio 1:12 (i.e. 12 kmols of air are fed to the reactor for every 1 kmol fo methane). Both complete and incomplete combustion occur in the reac...
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Q3. Translate the following statements first, then verify whether they are valid or not: (30 points) (b) â€œIf you play and you study youâ€™ll pass the exams, while if you play and donâ€™t study you wonâ€™t pass. Thus, if you play, either you study and youâ€™ll pass the exam...
##### A physical pendulum is constructed such that two spheres of different radii are welded together: Arod is then welded to the top of these two spheres as shown The length of the rod is 3.00 while the mass is 1.90 kg The radius of the small (upper) sphere is 0.500 with mass of 7.60 kg The radius of the lower (larger) sphere is 0.940 m with mass of 11.9 kg The entire system is hung from the end of the rod.(Figure 1)Figure1 of 1RodSmall SphereLarge Sphere
A physical pendulum is constructed such that two spheres of different radii are welded together: Arod is then welded to the top of these two spheres as shown The length of the rod is 3.00 while the mass is 1.90 kg The radius of the small (upper) sphere is 0.500 with mass of 7.60 kg The radius of t...