Q: How do you write a number model for a formula?

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5 * * * * * No. It should be 5n2

number over regular amount equals x over 100

define the following write the units and formula

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its when you look at the model and change it to a answer

5 * * * * * No. It should be 5n2

A compound's formula represents the types and number of atoms in a molecule, while a model visually shows how the atoms are arranged in three-dimensional space. The formula is a symbolic representation, while the model is a physical or digital representation.

y = 5,280 x x = number of miles y = number of feet

number over regular amount equals x over 100

3n - 5

The general formula of a saturated hydrocarbon is CnH2n+2, where n represents the number of carbon atoms in the molecule.

I'm not sure but you can write it as a mixed number like this: 2 and 2/5

If a formula is in a cell and a number is entered into the same cell, then the formula will be gone and replaced by the number. You can enter a number in a cell that is referenced by a formula in another cell. The cell with the formula in it will update when the number is entered into the other cell. Say you change the value in A2 and the cell A3 contains the formula: =A2*10 Then the total in A3 will update when any change in A2.

define the following write the units and formula

hfksjfhjf

Formula: H2