 # Jennifer Silva

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Asked by Lily · 2 years ago

Compare the properties of copper and graphite to decide which material would be better for making a phone charger wire?

Electrical conductivity is a measure of how well a material transports an electric charge and an essential property in electrical wiring systems. Annealed copper has a superior conductivity compared to all other electrical conductors and became the international standard. Aluminium has 61% of the conductivity of copper, if the cross-sectional areas of both conductors are the same. Silver, howev... more

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Asked by Libbie · 2 years ago

Explain two ways the trinity influences Christians today. (4)?

I am a Christian And wrote a blog post about this exact question, check it out on: relayworkerjen.blogspot.com/2019/10/how-does-knowing-god-is-three-in-one.html The short answer though is: There are more than two influences of the Trinity And it’s not just on the Christian - but in reality as we know it Knowing God is three in ONE - now shows me He is not like the Hindu gods I was raised believ... more

Physics

Asked by Eleanor · 2 years ago

What is an element?

I assume you mean ‘element’ in scientific terms In this case, element = A substance that cannot be chemically broken down into simpler substances. An element is composed only of atoms that all have the same atomic number (every atom has the same number of protons in its nucleus)

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Asked by Selina · 2 years ago

This is a tester question?

Maths

Asked by Jake · 2 years ago

What’s 200000 + 220848?

200000 + 220849 —————— = 420848

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Asked by Sophie · 2 years ago

N=3 x 5^2 x x^3 in the term 5N^2?

I’m going to use * to represent multiply because you have an x already in that equation representing an unknown value N = (3*5^2*x^3) N = (3*25*x^3) N = (75x^3) What is the term 5N^2? 5N^2 = 5*(75 x^3) ^2 5N^2 = 5*(75^2 * x^3*2) 5N^2 = 5*(150 x^6) 5N^2 = 650x^6 That’s the answer, 650x^6 Anyone correct me if I’m wrong # Jennifer Silva

Experienced tutor and graduate from Kingston University London

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