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##### (8 pts) A student used 11.456 mL of t-butyl alcohol, calculate the theoretical yield of your product in grams (use the balanced equation below to assist your calculations) (treat the two isomers as the same product for the purpose of the yield calculation) *Show all of your calculations* H2S04 catalyst CsHo +2H,0

(8 pts) A student used 11.456 mL of t-butyl alcohol, calculate the theoretical yield of your product in grams (use the balanced equation below to assist your calculations) (treat the two isomers as the same product for the purpose of the yield calculation) *Show all of your calculations* H2S04 catal...

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##### INVESTIGATION 1: FORCE _ MASS; AND ACCELERATIONPrevious activities you have aPplled torc having the same mass in each case and examined its motion But when you #Pply lonce objertrou know that the object' - Mass ha s significant effect Its acceleration For @M- compan the dittetent accelertions tnat would result pushed 100- *8 (metric ton) automobile and 1-kg cart; with the same forcel In this investigation will explore the mathematical rlationship between acceleration and TTee KheI aPply th

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##### [Proposition = 3,8. If 128-6 (thar i5 <22 then Ihen Ksolutions which decay exactly as More precisely there solutions (Yahz such 0 for every r there are â‚¬1, â‚¬2 such that â‚¬1 < Aninfinitely many stalionary infinitely mary StatinaryProof . We look or stationary salulion (YaJaal To this end, se 34 anu consider It change unknowns Ya tzu stationary slution and only H Oid (3.6) {L_(A ua _ Cansider (Lo be determined), setf" = thl :L olhers be computed explicilly Lens ol undee B=2E An =

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##### Problem 3.6_ Consider the 2n-dimnensional Euclidean space (5 the complet vector space Cn aned also the real veclor space R2n wilh respect to lhe slruclures WC defined in class (lhe slandard ones! sec the firsl two examples in section 1.1 Eramples, p.3 in the book). For 2j Tj+ i4j; Ij,Yj â‚¬ R identify Z = (21,_ Zn) â‚¬ Cr with (X,Y) (T1; Tn, Y1, Yn) â‚¬ Rn _ Let L be the mnap which in compler notation is given by Z + iZ Z â‚¬ C" Find the matric representation of the map L with respect to th

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##### Coursespaces uvic Ci Exam schedule Students University of VictoriaQuiz 5 Bhttps I/coursespaOnline SupportIlhelcorrect answerllis 1231.67Question 8 ncorrect Mark 0.00 outi 2f 1,.00 Flag questionuniform sphere has a moment of inertia of 8M R2 sphere of mass MI 88.6kg and radius R =1.0lm is rotating one time per second aroundlits center: The sphere shrinks, maintaining the same mass, to a new radius of 0.82m. What is the magnitude of this sphere's rotation rate (angular speed) after it has got

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##### Find domain, range and level curve of following function and write name of the function which is determine equation of the level curve f(z,y) In(z2

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##### An organic compound contains only C, H, and 0. A 4.24 mg sample of the compound is completely burned and gave 6.21 mg COzand 2.54 mg Hzo. Calculate the mass percent of each element in the compound. (Show your caleulations) (4 Pts:

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In the laboratory student finds that it takes 216 Joules to increase the temperature of 13.2 grams of gaseous nitrogen from 21.0 to 37.7 degrees C The specific heat of nitrogen she has measured is Jg"C. Submit Answer Retry Entire Group 3 more group attempts remaining...

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##### Let $u(w, x, y, z)=x e^{y w} sin ^{2} z .$ Find(a) $frac{partial u}{partial x}(0,0,1, pi)$(b) $frac{partial u}{partial y}(0,0,1, pi)$(c) $frac{partial u}{partial w}(0,0,1, pi)$(d) $frac{partial u}{partial z}(0,0,1, pi)$(e) $frac{partial^{4} u}{partial x partial y partial w partial z}$(f) $frac{partial^{4} u}{partial w partial z partial y^{2}}$.

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##### Use Le Châtelier's principle to predict if each of the following changes causes the system to shift in the direction of products or reactants: (10.4) $$\mathrm{H}_{2} \mathrm{~S}(a q)+\mathrm{H}_{2} \mathrm{O}(l) \rightleftarrows \mathrm{H}_{3} \mathrm{O}^{+}(a q)+\mathrm{HS}^{-}(a q)$$ a. adding more $\mathrm{H}_{2} \mathrm{~S}(a q)$ b. removing some $\mathrm{HS}^{-}(a q)$ c. adding more $\mathrm{H}_{3} \mathrm{O}^{+}(a q)$ d. removing some $\mathrm{H}_{2} \mathrm{~S}(a q)$

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Consider the matrices 6:;) and e-(;9 Compute the following matrices: 24+3B AB, BA: AB - BA:...

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##### 13. If m is the mass of the hanging weight; planar is the moment of inertia of the platter and r is the distance from the point where the force is applied to the center of rotation in the Znd law in rotation lab, the angular acceleration alpha of the platter is exactly: X: mOV Iplanar mi 2 C 4 : m Ipbnar + mr2 d : mgv I plana d = mr2 +Iplcinn

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##### Let and B be groups The direct product of nd B is the groupB = {(a.b) | a â‚¬Ab e B} with multiplication given by (a1' b1 ) (02.62) (01a2.b1bz) . It is easy check that {(4.1) a â‚¬ A} is subgroup of A x B which is isomorphic to identify A with this subgroup. Similarly. we identify B with the subgroup { (1,6) e B}- Prove that A is normal subgroup of A x B and that (A x B)/A= B_

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