# Convert the volume of CO2 you measured in the glucose reaction to moles of CO2 using the Ideal Gas Law to solve for n. Assume P is 1 atm. n = PV/RTwhere P is the atmospheric pressure in the lab, V is the volume in liters of CO2, n is the number of moles of CO2, R is the gas constant 0.082 L-atm/mole-Kelvin, and T is the temperature in Kelvin. Convert the gas volume to L by dividing the volume in mL by 1000.

Answer: The assumption in this problem is that the gas, CO2, is ideal and that the ideal gas law is applicable such that,
n = PV/RT
We simply substitute the given values to the equation above,
n = (1 atm)(V) / (0.082 Latm/mol.K)(T)
n = 12.20 V/T

Answer:2.990x10 to the -4 moles CO2

Explanation:

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Which of the following identifies the process shown at point Z?

According to the diagram, it identified the process shown at point Z should be considered as the Translation.

### What is Translation?

In terms of molecular biology and genetics, translation refer to the process where  ribosomes in the cytoplasm should synthesize the proteins after considering the process of transcription of DNA to RNA with respect to the cell's nucleus.

Therefore, According to the diagram, it identified the process shown at point Z should be considered as the Translation.

Explanation: Transcription is converting DNA to mRNA.  They're both made of  nucleotides, so you're just transcribing the information from one form to the other.  Translation is turning mRNA to protein, so you're translating the information from one language to another.

Both the change in the genetic material and the process by which the change occurs is referred to as a/an:a. mutation
b. error
c. reparation
d. mutation and error
e. recombination

Explanation:

A mutation is a change or alteration and a process that occurs in the DNA sequence of the organism. This happens due to the mistake in the DNA replication process or because of the environmental factors for example exposure to the UV radiation or due to smoking. These mutations either favors the survival of the organisms or they are lethal for the organisms.

1. The framework of a human body that provides structure and allowing movement.A. Skeletal System
B. Muscular System
C. Integumentary System
D. Digestive System​

the answer is A. skeletal system

a skeletal system

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7. Some plants make cones. Other plants make flowers. What is the purpose of flowers and cones?A. They move water and food throughout the plant.
B. They hold the plant and soil so that it does not blow over in heavy winds.
C. They make seeds so that the plant can reproduce.
D. They take in water and nutrients from the soil.

I believe the answer is C.

Explanation:

Coniferous plants (= cone bearing) carry seeds in their cones. This leads me to believe the answer is C because cones do not move water, nutrients, or hold soil.

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b. 41-101
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d. 71-77

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What are the different classes of protein ?

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Complete proteins contain all of the essential amino acids required for the body which  include meat, fish, poultry, dairy, and soy products.

incomplete Foods where one or more essential amino acids are absent are called as incomplete proteins which include beans, grains, nuts, and vegetables.

it can be classified into five major Classes such as Enzymes, Structural Proteins, Transport Proteins, Regulatory Proteins and Hormones. where Enzyme catalyse the biochemical reactions in the body and Structural proteins provide support for cells and tissues.

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According to the graph shown above, what temperature results in the highest level of enzyme activity?PLZ HELP ASAP