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**Statement 3** correctly describes the energy during bond formation: **Energy is absorbed when bonds are broken, and energy is released when bonds are formed**.

· Chemistry · Bond Energy Dynamics · Thermodynamics

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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A screw decreases the **force** needed to do work by increasing the distance through which you apply that force, as shown in the formula $\text{Work} = \text{Force} \times \text{Distance}$.

· Physics · Mechanical Advantage · Transformation Of Rotational Force To Linear Force

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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23.5 g of Sb2S3 contain approximately **0.0691 moles**, calculated using the formula $\text{Moles} = \frac{23.5 \ \text{g}}{339.70 \ \text{g/mol}}$.

· Chemistry · Molar Mass Calculation · Mole Formula

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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The Roman numerals that multiply to 35 are $V$ and $VII$ because $V \times VII = 35$.

· Mathematics · Factors Of 35 · Roman Numeral Translation

Author Emily Rosen15 Aug, 2024

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To write the fraction $\frac{28}{40}$ in the simplest form, divide both the numerator and the denominator by their greatest common divisor, which is 4, resulting in $\frac{7}{10}$.

· Mathematics · Greatest Common Divisor (Gcd) · Factorization

Author Emily Rosen15 Aug, 2024

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To convert 98.2°F to Celsius, use the formula $\text{Celsius} = \frac{5}{9} \times (98.2 - 32) \approx 36.78°C$.

· Mathematics · Temperature Conversion Formula · Arithmetic Operations

Author Emily Rosen15 Aug, 2024

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82°F is approximately $27.78\degree C$.

· Mathematics · Temperature Conversion Formula · Arithmetic Operations

Author Emily Rosen15 Aug, 2024

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**20 goes into 100 exactly** $\frac{100}{20} = 5$ **times**.

· Mathematics · Division · Numeracy

Author Emily Rosen15 Aug, 2024

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