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Le Châtelier’s Principal
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A difficult concept in chemistry is the equilibrium of chemical equations. Chemical reactions do not always react to completion, and they can proceed in either direction if it is written with a double sided arrow. The reaction in the forward direction (looking from left to right in the equation) does not always proceed at the…

Literary Devices
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Literary devices are techniques used by writers to create depth and meaning to the messages they are trying to convey. Knowing some of the more common literary devices can be important for understanding the things you read, and also for using in your own writing. They appear all over different types of media: books, movies,…

The Pythagorean Theorem
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Triangles are an important shape that come up all over the place in life, which is why trigonometry is one of the most important fields of mathematics. Pythagorean theorem is incredibly important for many different real life applications, such as architecture, construction, navigation, and surveying. Pythagorean Theorem allows us to calculate the side lengths of…

The Circulatory System
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There are multiple organ systems in the human body that work together to keep us alive. One of these systems is the circulatory system. The major components of the circulatory system are blood, blood vessels, and the heart. The main function of the circulatory system is to transport nutrients and gases throughout the body so cells…

Forces in Physics
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There are several different types of forces that exist. One way of categorizing different forces is into contact and non-contact forces. A contact force requires something to be physically touching an object to exert force on it. A non-contact force does not require physical contact to act. An example of a contact force would be…

Types of Chemical Reactions
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There are various types of chemical reactions that occur in chemistry, but many reactions tend to follow 1 of 5 main types. Becoming familiar with these types of chemical reactions will be the catalyst the speeds up your understanding of chemistry! The following are the 5 main types of reactions: Synthesis A synthesis reaction is…

Parts of Speech: Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, and Adverbs
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There are several different parts of speech, which are categories of types of words. We are going to talk about four of the main eight parts of speech, which are nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs. Understanding the parts of speech will teach you to use words properly in a sentence and become a better writer.…

Population Genetics: The Hardy-Weinberg Equilibrium
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The Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium is a model that proposes allele (variations of a gene) and genotype (genetic makeup) frequencies within a population remain constant when the population is in equilibrium. If in equilibrium, were are able to calculate the allele and genotype frequencies for these populations. For a population to be defined as being in “Hardy-Weinberg…

Extracting Information From the Periodic Table
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Chemistry isn’t restricted to things that happen in the lab. In fact, everything on this planet is made up of atoms – the same 118 (or more) elements that are found on the periodic table. Your first encounter with the periodic table can be quite daunting at first, in fact most students find it quite…

Adding and Subtracting Fractions
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Fractions are a very important part of math, and the first step to becoming comfortable with fractions is learning how to add and subtract them. Learning how to use fractions can seem intimidating at first, but with practice, fractions will start to seem easier and easier.                  …

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