Lab reagent, hypothesis test. a reference solution used as a lab reagent is purported to have a concentration of 5 mg/dl. six samples are taken from this solution and the following concentrations are recorded: (5.32, 4.88, 5.10, 4.73, 5.15, 4.75) mg/dl. these six measurements are assumed to be an srs of all possible measurements from solution. they are also assumed to have a standard deviation of 0.2, a normal distributin, and a mean concentration equal to the true concentration of the solution. carry out a significance test to determine whether these six measurements provide reliable evidence that the true concentration of the solution is actually not 5 mg/dl.
i think it is d. e because the next one is igneous.
the number of valence electrons for each molecule or ion is shown beneath the structure. remember hydrogen will not have more than two electrons. this hydrogen is part of a covalent bond (sharing two electrons). a double bond here would cause hydrogen to share four electrons with phosphorus.
conduction is the transfer of thermal energy (heat in transfer) due to collisions between the molecules in the object. collisions between adjacent atoms and molecules transfer kinetic energy from the warmer to the cooler object. the objects must be in physical contact.