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American Sign Language
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Question:

Translate the following sentences into ASL format using correct directional verbs, spatialization, and time as a topic: Last Saturday night, my friends (2 friends) and I went to an awesome party! There were tons of people there, but many of them were drinking. I began to feel uncomfortable, so I decided to go home and play video games instead so that I wouldn't get into trouble. Maybe I'll go to a different party this Saturday at 7:00pm.

Jake T.
Answer:

Past Saturday night(topic), Party (topic), my friends (topic), us-3 (topic), go-to. Awesome, fun, enjoy I. Many people go-to CL:5 "rush to party/crowd." Party, I enter see many people drinking-alcohol *recklessly,* feel comfortable not I. I nervous. Stay party, not why (rhetorical question) want trouble not I. My house, I go-to, enter, #video game I play++++ fun enjoy I. Future Saturday, time 7:00 night, different party (topic), I go-to, maybe.

Study Skills
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Question:

Your week has been incredibly busy and you have a major chemistry exam to take in two days. You know that cramming isn't going to help you be successful and, at the same time, you have other homework and essays that you need to write. What is the best way to utilize your time to be successful on all of the homework, essays, and exams that you need to complete?

Jake T.
Answer:

Make a list in order to prioritize the tasks that you need to complete. Next, set aside planned time that you are going to work on each task. Do not allow yourself to take extra time on a task that you haven't planned for. This will allow you to complete your tasks to the best of your ability, while leaving you time to study for that chemistry exam.

Basic Chemistry
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Question:

How much water would need to be added to 10.0mL of a 10.0 M NaOH solution to make a 3.00 M solution?

Jake T.
Answer:

The equation for concentration/molarity is simply M=moles/volume. Make sure that the volume is established in Liters in order to get to the correct answer. 10.0mL of solution = 0.01 L of solution. By multiplying 10*0.01, you will find the number of moles of NaOH in the solution (0.1 moles NaOH). Next, you set the original equation equal to 3.00 M because that is what you are trying to solve for and you know that the solution contains 0.1 moles NaOH. Therefore, you simply plug the values into the equation and solve for your variable "x," which stands for the total volume of water needed for the solution to reach a concentration of 3.00 M. After plugging in these values, x turns out to be 0.333 L of solution (33.3 mL). You already have 10.0 mL of the solution and you need 33.3, so 33.3mL-10.0mL= 23.3 mL of water needs to be added to the solution.

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