If I workout with an oxygen tank, will I be able to perform better because of increased aerobic performance?
Hypothetically?2 AnswersDiet & Fitness1 month ago
If you had a glass of salt water and surrounded the glass with a horseshoe magnet, would you end up with separated sodium and chloride ions?
(+ on one side, - on other side of glass). Moreover, if the ions did separate to opposite sides of glass and the water evaporated slowly, would the salts be clearly separated from one another?3 AnswersChemistry2 months ago
TO ALL THE YOUNGER ASIANS: Do you know what brand of frozen coconut juice had the cartoon dinosaur on it?
It usually had a straw and a fork with it so you could eat the coconut meat inside.Other - Food & Drink2 months ago
I plan to open the second Vegan-only restaurant in Fresno (the first is Loving Hut); is this viable?
Assume vegan dishes are 5 stars. Taste aside, could it survive?4 AnswersVegetarian & Vegan3 months ago
A student mistakenly calculated pH of a 1.0 x 10^-7 M HI solution to be 7.0. Explain why student is wrong and calculate correct pH.?
So I understand the gist of why she is wrong: solution is diluted enough to make autoionization of water relevant. However I also am aware that you cannot just multiply 10^-7 by 2, because adding HI shifts autoionization to the left, decreasing hydronium.
I tried to add them, then took -log, and got pH = 6.69. The book answer is 6.79. I tried to do the calculation on my calculator and got an error message, perhaps due to fact that Ka of HI is 3.2E9? I'm just having trouble trying to do the calculation.2 AnswersChemistry3 months ago
That way my wife and I can listen to music simultaneously.1 AnswerMusic & Music Players4 months ago
Rxn Cl2<==> 2Cl. Initially vessel contains Cl2 at 1.55atm. At equilibrium total pressure is 2.85. What is Kp?
I feel like I did this question correctly:
Cl=1.55 - x
2.85= 1.55 - x + 2x
x = .65
Kp = 1.87
BOOK ANSWER IS Kp = 27
Here is my work1 AnswerChemistry4 months ago
What would some negative effects to gaining muscle weight be(hypertrophy), that you're not told about?
(assuming same fat percentage throughout progress)
Perhaps for example:
Loss of flexibility
Feeling "heavier/sluggish" (eg Pacquiao vs Tyson)
Feeling more tired if you haven't eaten (because
body uses more energy)
Of course these things can be trained against, so I'd like to be aware of them beforehand1 AnswerDiet & Fitness5 months ago
Not run or hide (unless it will lead to engaging the shooter), but fight (I am willing to sacrifice myself). Assume 4 scenarios, in which the shooter has a semi-auto 50 magazine rifle and is not shooting from a distance (not like a sniper):
In open ground, like on college grounds, I have a handgun.
In closed ground, like office space, I have a handgun.
In open ground, I have a knife
In closed ground, I have a knife
I've had the occasional dream in scenarios like this, though I always get shot in the process of engaging the shooter.12 AnswersHunting8 months ago
- 6 AnswersMilitary12 months ago
I want to hang a Target from it about 10ft below, attached to a small paperweight so that the Target doesn't move too much with the wind (drone needs to carry payload maybe around 2kg/5lb). The drone also needs to remain hovering in one spot. I will then proceed to shoot the Target and have a friend move it occasionally.1 AnswerPhysics12 months ago
Will a firm with high depreciation give an abnormally high ROIC? If so, is ROIC still the appropriate tool for measuring this firm's value?
My teacher says depreciation doesn't matter to investors because it is noncash. This is because investors care more about free cash flows (which adds back depreciation), rather than net income. He also stresses the importance of ROIC (after tax EBIT/ Invested capital). Yet won't a company with extremely high depreciation show a deceptively low ROIC?1 AnswerInvesting3 years ago