Explain the difference between an element and a compound.
An element is the simplest form of matter and cannot be broken down further. A compound contains two or more elements bound together through chemical bonds and can be broken down into simpler substances using chemical reactions.
What is the process in a cell which takes glucose and oxygen and creates carbon dioxide, water, and ATP? Where does that process take place?
Cellular Respiration, and the mitochondria
What is the definition of a derivative?
The instantaneous slope of a curve at a specific point.