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Shapes and names (CHEM 101)
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Linear
bonds: 2
lone pairs: 0
trigonal planar
bonds: 3
lone pairs: 0
bent (3)
bonds: 2
lone pairs: 1
tetrahedral
bonds: 4
lone pairs: 0
trigonal pyramidal
bonds: 3
lone pairs: 1
bent (4)
bonds: 2
lone pairs: 2
trigonal bipyramidal
bonds: 5
lone pairs: 0
seesaw
bonds: 4
lone pairs: 1
t-shaped
bonds: 3
lone pairs: 2
linear (5)
bonds: 2
lone pairs: 3
octahedral
bonds: 6
lone pairs: 0
square pyramidal
bonds: 5
lone pairs: 1
square planar
bonds: 4
lone pairs: 2
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Frank got a new job through the Valley Employment Service. The job pays $51K per year, and the agency fee is equal to 35% of one month’s pay. How much must Frank pay the agency?
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The stray-cat population in a small town grows exponentially. In 1999 the town had 30 stray cats, and the relative growth rate was 15% per year. (a) Find a function that models the stray-cat population n(t) after t years. (b) Find the projected population after 4 years. (c) End the number of years required for the stray-cat population to reach 500.
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