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Molecular Geometry
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Terms in this set (11)
Linear
2 bonds
0 lone pairs
Trigonal Planar
3 bonds
0 lone pairs
Bent
2 bonds
1-2 lone pairs
Tetrahedral
4 bonds
0 lone pairs
Trigonal Pyramidal
3 bonds
1 lone pair
Trigonal Bipyramidal
5 bonds
0 lone pairs
Seesaw
4 bonds
1 lone pair
T-shaped
3 bonds
2 lone pairs
Octahedral
6 bonds
0 lone pairs
Square Pyramidal
5 bonds
1 lone pair
Square Planar
4 bonds
2 lone pairs
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(a) The graph of y = f(x) is transformed by applying first a vertical translation by c units up and then a vertical stretch with factor p relative to the x-axis. What is the equation of the resulting graph? (b) The graph of y = f(x) is transformed by applying first a horizontal stretch with factor q relative to the y-axis, then a horizontal translation by d units to the left. What is the equation of the resulting graph?
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The expressions (9x + 5)° and (11x - 25)° represent the measures of two angles of a regular nonagon. Find the measure of an angle of the nonagon.
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There are two separate buildings next to each other. The first is in the shape of a square prism. The dimensions of the base are 100 feet by 100 feet and the height of the building is 22 feet. The second building is in the shape of a square pyramid with the same dimensions. What is the surface area of the first building? A. 19,600 square feet, B. 28,800 square feet, C. 31,500 square feet, D. 48,000 square feet
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A circular cake tin has a radius of 20 cm and a height of 7 cm. When cake mix was added to the tin its height was 2 cm. After the cake was cooked it rose to 1.5 cm below the top of the tin. a. Sketch these two situations. b. Find the volume of the cake mix. c. Find the volume of the cooked cake. d. What was the percentage increase in the volume of the cake when it cooked?
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