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Subject: Organic Chemistry

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How is organic chemistry different from general chemistry?

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Organic chemistry is unique from general chemistry in that the chemicals being studied all contain carbon along with other elements such as hydrogen and nitrogen. Due to the common elements in the chemicals being studied, patterns of interaction and reaction occur.

Subject: Chemistry

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What is the proper way to refer to a chemical being represented by its chemical symbol?

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The proper way to refer to an element being represented by its chemical symbol is by its name. For example "H" is the chemical symbol for hydrogen and when referring to that element the name is always used not the letters representing it.

Subject: Algebra

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What is a good way to remember the order of operations/ what are the order of operations?

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P- parentheses E- exponents M- multiplication D- division A- addition S- subtraction Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally The order of operations help in determining the correct order to account for the operation in a problem to be solved.

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