The equation for the area (A) of a circle of radius r is A = pi*r^2 where pi = 3.1416 (approx), and ^ means "raised to the power of". So you'll need to identify the radius of the circle and raise it to the second power, i.e. square it,...

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The equation for the area (A) of a circle of radius r is A = pi*r^2 where pi = 3.1416 (approx), and ^ means "raised to the power of". So you'll need to identify the radius of the circle and raise it to the second power, i.e. square it,...

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First, combine the fractions on the left side using a common denominator (Hint: it will involve the products of the current denominators). Next, recognize that this common denominator can be written as the difference of perfect squares (i.e. (x-a)*(x+a) = x^2-a^2) Last,...

You need to think of a certain number of Al atoms, and a (possibly different) number of O2 molecules, such that when they are combined, the result is some multiple of Al2O3 molecules. I find it easiest to work this backwards. First, consider how many Al's and O's are in increasing...

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I was failing physics 221 when Paul and I started meeting. He is super helpful and willing to answer any questions that you may have. He will break things down so that you can understand them better. He is very easy to reach and he is more than willing to work around your schedule. He helped me improve my grade from an F to a B+. I highly recommend Paul to anyone needing help with physics.
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