## Question

###### NOTE: Alll parts of tnis question must be answered correct to Move the next question Consider the following partially completed pair resonance contributors, where the lectrons havebeen cesbonds lone Pairs but the formz chargesmissingResonance ContributorResonance Contributor BINSTRUCLQNS;Complete the resonance contributors by addlng formal charges where appropriate answei the followlng questlons based on these partlally complete structures(2) Whatformal charge on the Jtom labelled X? Use the dro

NOTE: Alll parts of tnis question must be answered correct to Move the next question Consider the following partially completed pair resonance contributors, where the lectrons have been ces bonds lone Pairs but the formz charges missing Resonance Contributor Resonance Contributor B INSTRUCLQNS;Complete the resonance contributors by addlng formal charges where appropriate answei the followlng questlons based on these partlally complete structures (2) What formal charge on the Jtom labelled X? Use the drop Gown menu to select Your answer Wha: the forma charge on the atom labelled 2? Use the drop-down menu select your ans ver Which the resonanc contiouors LOWER IN ENERGY? Use drop: down meru lec Vovc Jnser

## Answers

#### Similar Solved Questions

5 answers

##### Yi(t) =oluset conditions differential equation with the given Find the solution of each homogeneous y(0) = 2, y'(0) = -4 3y" + 4y' _ 4y = 0, ~2y'+2y = 0, y(m) = e",Y() = 0 b y

Yi(t) =oluset conditions differential equation with the given Find the solution of each homogeneous y(0) = 2, y'(0) = -4 3y" + 4y' _ 4y = 0, ~2y'+2y = 0, y(m) = e",Y() = 0 b y...

5 answers

##### In this acid-base reaction; whatis the ratio of KHP to NaOH in the balanced chemical equation;0 1.22,11.13.1Unknown

In this acid-base reaction; whatis the ratio of KHP to NaOH in the balanced chemical equation; 0 1.2 2,1 1.1 3.1 Unknown...

5 answers

##### Consider (b) projv u the Resolve (a) Calculate following. into projv 2 and 'Zn X ajaymparallelandorthogonal to

Consider (b) projv u the Resolve (a) Calculate following. into projv 2 and 'Zn X ajaym parallel and orthogonal to...

5 answers

##### 0 = (0) ( *0 = (0) 1 & = (v+ Kv- i () I~=(0) ( "â‚¬= (0) '0 = (s+Kr+u (q 0 = (0) A '1 = (0) *0 = Kr+ Ae+i () JAI SuIMOI[OJ 341 JA[OS 01 UJOJSUBIL oedeT 341 3sn

0 = (0) ( *0 = (0) 1 & = (v+ Kv- i () I~=(0) ( "â‚¬= (0) '0 = (s+Kr+u (q 0 = (0) A '1 = (0) *0 = Kr+ Ae+i () JAI SuIMOI[OJ 341 JA[OS 01 UJOJSUBIL oedeT 341 3sn...

5 answers

##### 1)2 (y + 2)2 =1Sketch a graph of3 4 J -2 -] 71 2 3 4 5 6Clear AlI Draw:

1)2 (y + 2)2 =1 Sketch a graph of 3 4 J -2 -] 71 2 3 4 5 6 Clear AlI Draw:...

5 answers

##### For the following exercises, determine whether you can apply L'HÃ´pital's rule directly. Explain why or why not. Then, indicate if there is some way you can alter the limit so you can apply L'HÃ´pital's rule. $lim _{x ightarrow 0} x^{2 / x}$

For the following exercises, determine whether you can apply L'HÃ´pital's rule directly. Explain why or why not. Then, indicate if there is some way you can alter the limit so you can apply L'HÃ´pital's rule. $lim _{x ightarrow 0} x^{2 / x}$...

5 answers

##### Question 7 (1 point) A professor conducts telephone survey of a city'$ population by drawing a sample of numbers from the phone book and having her student assistants call each of the selected numbers once to administer the survey: Which of the following is/are source(s) of bias with this survey?Not everyone has a telephoneCell phone numbers are often not listed in published directories_An individual might not be at home at the time of the phone callall of the above

Question 7 (1 point) A professor conducts telephone survey of a city'$ population by drawing a sample of numbers from the phone book and having her student assistants call each of the selected numbers once to administer the survey: Which of the following is/are source(s) of bias with this surve...

5 answers

##### Click Submit to complete thls assessmentQuestion 10The unitvector for the vector 0 =(4,3,0) Is:(3' 25 ' 0) (6.3.1) (1,1,,0> 5.5,0)Click Submit t0 complete this assessment

Click Submit to complete thls assessment Question 10 The unitvector for the vector 0 =(4,3,0) Is: (3' 25 ' 0) (6.3.1) (1,1,,0> 5.5,0) Click Submit t0 complete this assessment...

1 answers

##### Determine whether the given sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. If the sequence is arithmetic, find the common difference; if it is geometric, find the common ratio. If the sequence is arithmetic or geometric, find the sum of the first 50 terms. $$ \left\{8-\frac{3}{4} n\right\} $$

Determine whether the given sequence is arithmetic, geometric, or neither. If the sequence is arithmetic, find the common difference; if it is geometric, find the common ratio. If the sequence is arithmetic or geometric, find the sum of the first 50 terms. $$ \left\{8-\frac{3}{4} n\right\} $$...

5 answers

##### For a nonempty bounded set A,it is always true that inf A <sup ALISeledtloner RTquePAFEIsa

For a nonempty bounded set A,it is always true that inf A <sup AL ISeledtloner RTque PAFEIsa...

1 answers

##### Which of the following methods would you use to prepare $300 .$ mL of $0.500 \mathrm{M} \mathrm{K}_{2} \mathrm{Cr}_{2} \mathrm{O}_{7} ?$ (a) Add $30.0 \mathrm{mL}$ of $1.50 \mathrm{M} \mathrm{K}_{2} \mathrm{Cr}_{2} \mathrm{O}_{7}$ to $270 . \mathrm{mL}$ of water. (b) Dilute $250 . \mathrm{mL}$ of $0.600 \mathrm{M} \mathrm{K}_{2} \mathrm{Cr}_{2} \mathrm{O}_{7}$ to a volume of $300 .$ mL.

Which of the following methods would you use to prepare $300 .$ mL of $0.500 \mathrm{M} \mathrm{K}_{2} \mathrm{Cr}_{2} \mathrm{O}_{7} ?$ (a) Add $30.0 \mathrm{mL}$ of $1.50 \mathrm{M} \mathrm{K}_{2} \mathrm{Cr}_{2} \mathrm{O}_{7}$ to $270 . \mathrm{mL}$ of water. (b) Dilute $250 . \mathrm{mL}$ of $0...

5 answers

##### A marathoner ran the 26.2 -mi New York City Marathon in 2.2 hours. Show that at least twice the marathoner was running at exactly 11 mph, assuming the initial and final speeds are zero.

A marathoner ran the 26.2 -mi New York City Marathon in 2.2 hours. Show that at least twice the marathoner was running at exactly 11 mph, assuming the initial and final speeds are zero....

5 answers

##### Determine the S,in J/ K, when 2.43 moles of O changesvolume from 4.857 L to 6.214 L at constant T.ASAP please

Determine the S, in J/ K, when 2.43 moles of O changes volume from 4.857 L to 6.214 L at constant T. ASAP please...

5 answers

##### The electrochemical cell is constructed from twohalf-cells: a solid metal, M(s), electrode immersed in a1.00 mol/L solution ofM3+(aq) ions and the Standard Hydrogen Electrode(SHE). The two half-cells are connected through a salt bridgeas well as an external wire, with a voltmeter being built into thewire. The SHE is connected to the negative lead of thevoltmeter. What is the reading on the voltmeter display?M3+(aq) + 3eÂ¯ â†’M(s); Eored = -0.57 V2 H+(aq) + 2 eÂ¯ â†’H2(g); Eored =0.00 V

The electrochemical cell is constructed from two half-cells: a solid metal, M(s), electrode immersed in a 1.00 mol/L solution of M3+(aq) ions and the Standard Hydrogen Electrode (SHE). The two half-cells are connected through a salt bridge as well as an external wire, with a voltmeter being built i...

5 answers

##### Two people are moving heavy boxes. The boxes collide with oneanother. One box (20 kg) was travelling east at 14 m/s and theother box (9 kg) was traveling south at 9 m/s. The two boxes sticktogether.a. How fast are the boxes moving in the x-direction after thecollision?b. How fast are the boxes moving in the y-direction after thecollision?c. What is the magnitude and direction of the final velocityafter the collision?

Two people are moving heavy boxes. The boxes collide with one another. One box (20 kg) was travelling east at 14 m/s and the other box (9 kg) was traveling south at 9 m/s. The two boxes stick together. a. How fast are the boxes moving in the x-direction after the collision? b. How fast are the boxes...

5 answers

##### 4 Convert 17.42 m to customary units_ A.57'-1 7/8" B. 36'-10 1/2" C 442 1/2" D.36 7/8" E None of these answers is reasonable

4 Convert 17.42 m to customary units_ A.57'-1 7/8" B. 36'-10 1/2" C 442 1/2" D.36 7/8" E None of these answers is reasonable...

5 answers

##### Compute P(X) using the binomial probability formula. Then delermine whether the normal distribution can be used estimate mfe probability: approximate P(X) using the normal distribution and compare the result with Ihe exact probability:64,p = 0.4, and X = 23For E64.P = 0.4, and X =23, lind P(X)P(x)(Round to four decimal places a9 neaded )

Compute P(X) using the binomial probability formula. Then delermine whether the normal distribution can be used estimate mfe probability: approximate P(X) using the normal distribution and compare the result with Ihe exact probability: 64,p = 0.4, and X = 23 For E 64.P = 0.4, and X =23, lind P(X) P(...

5 answers

##### The ultimate goal of this question is to determine which complex ion containing the same cobalt cation at the center appears as purple and which appears as blue. In this case, just the complex ions themselves are given without the counter ions:[Co(Hz0)s] +and [Co(NO2)]} -As with the previous question; address the following in a clear and organized manner: The charge on the central cobalt cation Demonstrate how it is the same for both Noble-gas electron configuration of the central cobalt cation:

The ultimate goal of this question is to determine which complex ion containing the same cobalt cation at the center appears as purple and which appears as blue. In this case, just the complex ions themselves are given without the counter ions: [Co(Hz0)s] + and [Co(NO2)]} - As with the previous ques...

2 answers

##### (20 PTS. Find touT of minimum CaS and the associated Cocl by the dynamic programming algorithm covered (see text or slides)}. for the graph with cost adjacency matrix below. Show all your steps tor solving the recurrence

(20 PTS. Find touT of minimum CaS and the associated Cocl by the dynamic programming algorithm covered (see text or slides)}. for the graph with cost adjacency matrix below. Show all your steps tor solving the recurrence...