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The formula for sodium bocarbonate is NaHCO3.
Carbon Dioxide, also referred to as C02
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This is confusingly written. I think that someone wants you to learn the fact that the product of two numbers is equal to the product of their LCM and GCF. Example: 6 and 8 GCF = 2 LCM = 24 6 x 8 = 48 2 x 24 = 48 So 22 x 23 = 506 If the GCF is 2, then the LCM is 253. But the GCF of 22 and 23 isn't 2. And 253 isn't a multiple of 22 or 23. And 22 and 23 wouldn't be the factors of two numbers. This may not have been copied correctly.
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Caco3 -------- CaO plus CO2 what is the theoretical yield of cao if 24 point 8 g of caco3 were heated what is the percent yield if one was able to obtain 13 point 1 g of CaO in the above proces?
RISING INTONATION- IS ANSWERABLE BY YES OR NO1.Do you think his funny? no2.Is your father handsome? yes3.Can you sing? yes4.Is this your school? yes5.Do you eat Adobo? noFALLING INTONATION- IS A SENTENCE, A QUESTION THAT IS NOT ANSWERABLE BY YES OR NO, But it is answerable by a sentence or a statement.1.What is the brand of your pencil?2What is your Sister's name?3.What are the 4 fundamental operations?4.My sister is hard working.5.What's your name?Read more: Examples_of_rising_and_falling_intonations
Examples:1. Who is he? Falling intonation / Wh-question2. Is she here? Rising intonation / Yes/No or polarity type Question3. YouÂ´re going arenÂ´t you? Rising intonation / Tag-question4. You arenÂ´t going are you? Rising intonation / Tag-question5. Why did you do it? Falling intonation / Wh-question6. ThatÂ´s so nice of you! Falling intonation / Exclamations7. Tim said that? Rising intonation / Repetition-question or confirmingexamples of rising and falling intonationsRISING INTONATION: a question that is answerable with "yes" or "no"1.Do you think he is funny? no2.Is your father handsome? yes3.Can you sing? yes4.Is this your school? yes5.Do you eat pasta? noFALLING INTONATION: a question that is not answerable by "yes" or "no" but is answerable by a simple sentence or statement1.What is the brand of your pencil? The brand of my pencil is Bic.2What is your Sister's name? My sister's name is Emily.3.What state do you live in? I live in Florida.4.Where do you work? I work in an office.5.What's your name? My name is John.- Mylene Bernardino