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Hey /sci/. I hate to come here and ask for help, but i need to pass chem, and i think im starting to understand it, but then a question like this come up:
How many molecules of H2S are required to form 79.0 g of sulfur according to the following reaction? Assume excess SO2.
H2S(g) + SO2(g) -> 3 S(s) + 2 H2O(l)
i take 79g of Sulfur, divide it by its molar mass, then multiply by the Molar mass of H2S, right? Or do i multiply it by 3, then divide it by 2 from the equation?
college major tier list
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Financial math, accounting, investment banking, actuary studies, mathematics
Nigga u dumb
Any liberal art, fine art, or language
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I'm learning python programming and I just started out. I ran into a problem and could use some help.
>Your truck can take either route. Write a program that prints out the maximum weight that can be transported between the two cities. Assume that the variables a, b, c, d, and e contain the bridge weight limits.
my answer was print(min(a, b, c))
this was correct for the first route which is a, b, and c. But then it calculates the second route(d, and e) separately.
I don't know how to make a command line that is able to figure this problem out.
Can someone help?
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I'm looking for a torrent for this book: The Student Doctor Network's Medical School Admission Guide
I've searched around, but to no avail. I know the people on /sci/ are smart enough so that at least one person has a pdf or torrent for it. Thanks in advance.
Pic related, it's the book.