Sullen is to moody as monotonous is to what ?


A. attractive
B. drab
C. repetitious
D. varied

Answer :

Repetitious is a synonym of monotonous. The answer is repetitious.

Which statement about interstate compacts is true ?

A) they may involve no more than two states
B) most are between the national government and foreign states.
C) most are between states and private citizens.
D) they may involve several states

Answer :

D) they may involve several states

Identify and calculate the area and perimeter for each quadrilateral ?

Answer :

A quadrilateral is any shape with four sides — squares, rectangles, and diamonds are just a few examples. To find a quadrilateral’s area, all you have to do is to identify the type of quadrilateral you’re working with and follow a simple formula.

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Which statement correctly compares nucleic acids and carbohydrates ?

Answer :

They both contain carbon, but only nucleic acids contain phosphorous.

Why did benjamin franklin start a group called the junto ?

A.) to bring together like-minded individuals to share ideas
B.) to bring together people who wanted to devote themselves to public service
C.) to bring together members of the American Philosophical Society and Royal Society
D.) to bring together scientists and conduct scientific experiments

Answer :

A.) to bring together like-minded individuals to share ideas

Chorales were used primarily in what setting ?

A. Protestant services
B. Catholic Mass
C. English theater
D. Royal courts

Answer :

A. Protestant Services of Worship

Critique the phrase airspeed velocity of a swallow ?

Answer :

The airspeed is the speed relative to still air. In the absence of other factors, the airspeed is the same as the ground speed. If the wind is blowing, the wind velocity must be added to the bird’s velocity in still air (airspeed), to get the velocity relative to the ground, which is fixed. Naturally, the addition is done using vectors, since the directions must be factored in.

Causes of the chosen contemporary social issues ?

Answer :

The social problems in India today has their roots in the diversity of religion, language, region, culture and caste. Attachment to one’s region, language, religion is a natural sentiment but when these attachments grow to an extreme level to breed intolerance for other religions, regions or languages, problems are bound to rise.
In common parlance religion and secularism are juxtaposed as op-positional forces and communalism is viewed as the degenerate manifestation of religion. Thus, the term communalism is used pejoratively and is believed to be a negative social force in contemporary India. Communalism has come to be perceived as the tendency on the part of a religious group to affirm that it is a political entity.

The nuremberg trials after world war ii were symbolic because ?

Answer :

The nuremberg trials after world war ii were symbolic because a small number of Nazis were charged.

Calculate the formula weight of ethanol c2h5oh ?

Answer :
C= 12 H= 5 O=16
C x 2= 24
H x 6= 6
O x 1=16
24 + 6 +16 = 46

Do aquaporins require a living cell to function ?

Answer :

Yes they do, because when cells die the structural integrity of the semipermeable membrane is compromised through the rigomoral process that causes the respective covalent bonds of the amino acids to decomposed and the aquaporin is no longer effective because of the lack of the membrane to penetrate.

What percentage of the cytoplasm is composed of organic material ?


Answer :


Which group is a primary supporter of hunter education ?

Answer :

A. International Hunter Education Association
B. Center for Wildlife Education
C. National Wildlife Federation
D. Sierra Club

Answer :

A. International Hunter Education Association

Where is the sheet number on a map found ?

Answer :

Upper right margin of the map and is in bold print.

Calculate the mass percentage of oxygen in dry air ?

Answer :

Air is a mixture of several gases. The 10 most abundant of these gases are listed here along with their mole fractions and molar masses.

Component Mole fraction Molar mass(g/mol)

Nitrogen 0.78084 28.013
Oxygen 0.20948 31.998
Argon 0.00934 39.948
Carbon dioxide 0.000375 44.0099
Neon 0.00001818 20.183
Helium 0.00000524 4.003
Methane 0.000002 16.043
Krypton 0.00000114 83.80
Hydrogen 0.0000005 2.0159
Nitrous oxide 0.0000005 44.0128

What mass of carbon dioxide is present in 1.00m^3 of dry air at a temperature of 19 C and a pressure of 703 torr?

Answer :

Calculate the mass percentage of oxygen in dry air?

Answer :
(0.20948 x 31.998) / (
(0.78084 x 28.013) +
(0.20948 x 31.998) +
(0.00934 x 39.948) +
(0.000375 x 44.0099) +
(0.00001818 x 20.183) +
(0.00000524 x 4.003) +
(0.000002 x 16.043) +
(0.00000114 x 83.80) +
(0.0000005 x 2.0159) +
(0.0000005 x 44.0128) ) = 0.23140 = 23.140% O by mass


add up the first few (Mole fraction x Molar Mass), you’ll see the molar mass of dry air is ~29
divide oxygen’s (Mole fraction x Molar Mass) / 29 and you’ll get .231135…

so, to 3 sig figs: oxygen is 23.1% by mass in dry air

What makes it difficult to control human population growth ?

A. lack of higher education
B. personal and cultural views
C. increased political pressure
D. declining food supply

Answer :

The correct answer is B. personal and cultural views.

Personal and cultural views is a hindrance to controlling human population

What does an ecopsychologist study ?

Answer :

Ecopsychologist studies the relationship between a person’s mental health and the environment.
Ecopsychology studies the relationship between human beings and the natural world through ecological and psychological principles. The field seeks to develop and understand ways of expanding the emotional connection between individuals and the natural world, thereby assisting individuals with developing sustainable lifestyles and remedying alienation from nature.

Mycoplasma gram stain ?

Answer :

Mycoplasma is a genus of bacteria that lack a cell wall around their cell membrane. Without a cell wall, they are unaffected by many common antibiotics such as penicillin or other beta-lactam antibiotics that target cell wall synthesis. They can be parasitic or saprotrophic


Gram staining or Gram stain, also called Gram’s method, is a method of staining used to differentiate bacterial species into two large groups (gram-positive and gram-negative). The name comes from the Danish bacteriologist Hans Christian Gram, who developed the technique.

Gram staining differentiates bacteria by the chemical and physical properties of their cell walls by detecting peptidoglycan, which is present in the cell wall of Gram-positive bacteria. Gram-negative cells also contain peptidoglycan, but a very small layer of it that is dissolved when the alcohol is added. This is why the cell loses its initial colour from the primary stain. Gram-positive bacteria retain the crystal violet dye, and thus are stained violet, while the Gram-negative bacteria do not; after washing, a counterstain is added (commonly safranin or fuchsine) that will stain these Gram-negative bacteria a pink color. Both Gram-positive bacteria and Gram-negative bacteria pick up the counterstain. The counterstain, however, is unseen on Gram-positive bacteria because of the darker crystal violet stain.

The Gram stain is almost always the first step in the preliminary identification of a bacterial organism. While Gram staining is a valuable diagnostic tool in both clinical and research settings, not all bacteria can be definitively classified by this technique. This gives rise to gram-variable and gram-indeterminate groups.


Is mycoplasma gram-positive or gram-negative?

Answer :

Mycoplasma stains pink in Gram staining so it is Gram negative. It lacks the macromolecules required in its membrane that could make it stain violet in Gram staining. Phylogenetically, Mycoplasma should be Gram positive.

However, it is part of a group of bacteria that evolved from Gram positive bacteria but lost their cell walls and therefore became Gram negative.


Draw the structural formula for acetylene c2h2 ?

Answer :

Atoms bond in the order HCCH. Carbon and Hydrogen atoms share two electrons, and each carbon atom must have a total of four bonds.

How many electrons do the carbon atoms share?

Answer :

1. first count up the # of valence electrons for each:
H: 2(1)=2 electrons
C: 4(2)=8 electrons
=10 valence e’s total

H:C:::C:H -this is the answer-the bonds are the dots. the carbon atoms have a triple bond b/w them and share 6 electrons.


Preparation of potassium tris oxalato aluminate iii trihydrate ?

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What is green and famous for running away from jail ?

Answer :

Escape peas.

Physioex 9.0 exercise 11 blood analysis answers ?

Answer :

Dynamic variety refers to the use of different sound sources ?

Answer :


Sullen is to moody as monotonous is to what?