What is it called when you are titrating an acid with sodium hydroxide?
Dropping the base :)
What is one difference between DNA and RNA?
DNA is deoxyribose and RNA is ribose. Ok... but what does that mean? Well let's break is down like a good beat! For DNA, deoxyribose means ribose (which is that yummy stuff called sugar) and deoxy means without oxygen. So the sugar of the DNA has no oxygen attached to it, and the sugar of RNA does have oxygen attached to it.
If 2x = 10, what is x?
Well...if I have 10 water bottles, and I put them into 2 groups, how many water bottles are in each group (=x)? X=5 water bottles per group!