Redox, stoichiometry, acid-base, precipitate, ionic/covalent etc.
It is nearly impossible to type out a proper calculus problem. My primitive keyboard, like many others, can't type integrals, for instance. Here is a basic problem: Find the derivative of X^3 + X^2 +4X
3X^2+2X. That is the first derivative. Tell me what you can find with that new equation, and the second derivative.
James is planning on creating a water-based centerpiece for each of the 30 tables at her wedding reception. She has already purchased a vase with a square base for each table. The side of the vase’s base is 6 cm and the height is 28 cm. She intends to fill them half way with water and then add a variety of colored marbles until the waterline is approximately three-quarters of the way up the cylinder. What is the total volume of the marbles?
This is the sort of Algebra problem that i am talking about. It is something that one would learn in Honors Math 3. I won't solve this, but, I'll give you a quick tip. If you understand a problem, It is half solved.