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Chemistry
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What is the difference of an endothermic and an exothermic reaction?

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Answer:

A reaction is classified as endothermic and exothermic based on the reaction's energy. If a reaction releases energy more energy than is supplied, it is exothermic. If the reaction requires more energy to proceed than what energy the reaction gives off, it is classified as endothermic.

Calculus
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Question:

What is an integral?

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Answer:

An integral is a summation of an area under a curve in between two stated values. An integral works by dividing the area under the curve into individuals area with the same interval, dx, and sums them together.

Physics
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Briefly explain why heavier objects do not fall faster than light objects.

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Answer:

Gravity has a uniform acceleration on all objects of 9.8 meter per square seconds, meaning all objects will have the same acceleration on them when they fall. With the equation F=ma or force equals mass times acceleration, the force exerted by gravity will be greater for the heavier object, but they will accelerate at the same rate, meaning they will hit the ground at the same time.

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