Heat generated=Heat Capacity*Change in Temperature 9,200, 000 J=9.20 MJ (Multiply 9.20 * 1,000,000) 9,200,000=30.8 J/K*mol *# moles* (10 K), 10K is change in temperature 9,2000,000/(30.8*10) moles=# moles Na heated. 29,...

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I am a NJ certified Teacher of Chemistry and Mathematics who has been working as a Home Instruction Tutor of Chemistry for 4 years. As of September 2014, I shall teach College Preparatory and Honors Chemistry at a Jr/Sr High School. Academic background entails a B.A. in Chemistry, an M.S. in Mathematics, and enrollment in the M.S. Chemistry Program at Rutgers University.

My initial teaching position was that of Teaching Assistant at Rutgers-New Brunswick. For the past 6 years, I have been a Substitute Teacher in the Camden County, NJ Area. From January 2012 until June 2012, I taught AP, Honors, and Introductory Chemistry at Woodbury Jr and Sr High School. Most recently, I have been teaching 6th Grade Math, 7th Grade Math, Algebra II, and Geometry in the Trenton and Camden City Public School Districts.

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I taught the HSPA Math Lab in the Camden City Public School District. I also worked mainly (50%) as a math and science substitute teacher in the Cherry Hill Public School District for the past two years.

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Heat generated=Heat Capacity*Change in Temperature 9,200, 000 J=9.20 MJ (Multiply 9.20 * 1,000,000) 9,200,000=30.8 J/K*mol *# moles* (10 K), 10K is change in temperature 9,2000,000/(30.8*10) moles=# moles Na heated. 29,...

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Heat released=heat capacity*change in temperature #calories=#joules*(1 calorie/4.184 J) a) convert heat capacity to joules per Kelvin (multiply Heat capacity by 1000 J/kJ) b) determine heat released by multiplying heat capacity by change in temperature (2.36 C is equivalent...

1. Multiplicative Inverse (1/7)*7c=(1/7)*x c=(1/7)*x 2. q*r - r=0: Additive Inverse (Subtraction) r*(q-1)=0: Distributive Property r=0/(q-1) or r=0, Multiplicative Inverse 3. 7a - 15a -b=0: Additive Inverse (Subtraction) -8a -b=0 -8a -b +b=0+b:...

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