The future already exists, you just have to look for it.
I don’t know what kind of conversion factors they gave you. But I worked out a few of the problems.
For 2.44 mol glucose, and the problem with 0.463 mol Nacl.
Uhh, forgot to pound out the numbers for the second one. It comes out as 4.5 tsp of Nacl.
I looked it up and there’s about 0.0022 lb per 1 gram.
And there’s about 6 grams of Nacl per 1 tsp of Nacl.
[ The picture might look better viewing on my blog. ]
It seems like in all of the problems you have to relate grams to some other unit of weight or volume.
I have an idea for a game !
Go to my ask box and suggest a book for me. Then I will go to yours and try to suggest a book to you based on the contents of your blog !
Purple: 10 facts about my room
Blue: 9 facts about my family
Green: 8 facts about my body
Yellow: 7 facts about my childhood
Orange: 6 facts about my home town
Red: 5 facts about my best friend
Pink: 4 facts about my parents
White: 3 facts about my personality
Grey: 2 facts about my favorite things
Black: 1 fact about the person I like
I’m in a talkative mood.
It’s hard for scientists to say, but there are 3 proposals:
First let’s explain this:
The Roche limit is a certain distance from a planet. If a body of mass held together by it’s own gravity gets inside this boundary will be broke up by the planet’s tidal forces.
So here are the 3 proposals:
Rings are formed
(1)from material of a disk of dense gas that got in the Roche limit of the planet and did not form moons;
(2) from the debris of a moon that suffered an impact;
(3) or from the debris of a moon that passed within the planet’s Roche limit and got ripped apart.
Oh cool !
I hope you don’t mind. I’m just going to post this for later reference and for other people.
(ASK #27 related)
What he said.
ASK #27 (continued)
I can’t remember exactly… It was a long time ago.
It was an O shaped magnet, it had a hole in the middle. So when I broke it it created two U shaped magnets. The top edges of the U ‘s repelled each other.
ASK #27 (continued)
But I already explained. Uhhhmm… Maybe I’ll stop being so technical about it.
There’s a positive half and a negative half on magnets. So if you have another magnet positive side to negative side attracts, negative side to negative side or positive to positive repulses.
There is a certain distance that the positive and negative sides will attract like poles. So if you put it by another ( within that distance), it will hastily jump to attract each other to the correct sides.
And if you break a magnet like I did, it has to make up for that and now there are two magnets.