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Q: Simplest form of matter that can exist under normal laboratory conditions?

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You can use a normal distribution to approximate a binomial distribution if conditions are met such as n*p and n*q is > or = to 5 & n >30.

The Normal distribution is a probability distribution of the exponential family. It is a symmetric distribution which is defined by just two parameters: its mean and variance (or standard deviation. It is one of the most commonly occurring distributions for continuous variables. Also, under suitable conditions, other distributions can be approximated by the Normal. Unfortunately, these approximations are often used even if the required conditions are not met!

The normal distribution occurs when a number of random variables, with independent distributions, are added together. No matter what the underlying probability distribution of the individual variables, their sum tends to the normal as their number increases. Many everyday measures are composed of the sums of small components and so they follow the normal distribution.

obtaining medical history, performs physical, obtain diagnostic studies and laboratory test, compare with normal findings, integrate and interpret, formulate diagnosis, treatment plan, prognosis and prevention, provide patient teaching, pertinent information and make appropriate referrals.

The standard normal distribution is a special case of the normal distribution. The standard normal has mean 0 and variance 1.

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Simplest forms of matter that can exist under normal laboratory conditions is elements. A mixture is a physical blend of 2 or more substances.

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Substance that cannot be changed into a simpler substance under normal laboratory conditions are elements. A physical blend of two or more substances that are not chemically combined is a mixture.

This question is subjective. That would probably be a single photon. Although photon is energy, due to the mass-energy equivalence principle, you can consider a photon to be matter. It is affected by gravity. An electron is also a fundamental particle that can be easily produced in the lab. It has a reast mass (and a negative charge).

Hydrogen is a gas in normal conditions.

In normal conditions the shaving cream is a solid.

Under normal conditions - the ones we are accustomed to - it is a gas.

Treponema pallidum is not grown under normal laboratory conditions, but in rabbit testes.

Bromine is one of only two elements that is a liquid under normal conditions.

Mainly in stars - thus, the plasma state is the most common state of matter in the Universe, at least when talking about baryonic (i.e., "normal") matter.Also, under laboratory conditions it's possible to heat matter to the point of becoming a plasma.

Under normal conditions, chlorine is a gas. It occurs naturally as Cl2, and it has a yellowish color to it.

Water would be the best solvent compared to other liquids in normal household/laboratory conditions.

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