What is noticeable about all of the ionic charges in Group 1 2 15 16 and 17?
The ionic charges of group 1 and 2 metals are +1 and +2 respectively. Group 15 & 16 the simple mono-atomic ions are -3 and -2. Group 17 ions are -1. This can be explained by the following elemnts in groups 1 and 2 lose 1 or 2 electrons respectively to achieve a noble gas configuration whereas groups 15, 16 and 17 gain electrons (3,2 1 respectively)
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Can the parents of a pregnant 15-year-old press charges against the 17-year-old father if he was 16 when she got pregnant and they only had sex once?
Statutory rape is a STATUTORY issue - the state files based on STATUTUORY criteria. A 15 year old cannot make any legal decision - whether they complain or not is not relevant to the filing of charges. . A parent, a child or even a teacher or social worker can file a complaint, but it is the state… that decides to press charges, not an individual. Since these peope are under four years apart the state would probably consider it a peer to peer relationships unless there were inducements of drugs or alcohol that she did not normally use. If the boy shows signs of responsibility it's best for everyone that he be given the opportunity to take care of the child to the best of his ability. If the state presses charges it could keep him out of college, getting a decent job, and prevent him from taking care of that child for the rest of his life. A good idea would be for the young couple and all parents to have a meeting with a trained professional who can help evaluate the "criminal" and "civil" options open to you at that time. Criminal is the last place you want to go.. The pregnant young woman can't, but the parents can and at the very best press harassment charges against the young man if he's persistent about being near their pregnant daughter. No parent wants to go through what you are going through, but forget getting even in this case. As young as your daughter and her boyfriend are they obviously feel they love each other (or loved each other) and it's no different then when you or your husband fell in love. Your grandparent probably got married around this age. It wasn't uncommon for a young bride to even be 15 - 16 when she married and the man was much older. My father was 8 years older than my mother and she wasn't even 20 yet. I live in Canada so the legal age was 21 at that time. I realize that it's a great disappointment for you and your husband to have a pregnant 15-year-old because you had great plans for her education and wanted her to see more of life, but it isn't always about what parents want. You and your husband are not the only ones stressed out, but so is your daughter. It would be wise that you and your husband take time out together and find a calming place to think. Ask yourselves these questions: Why am I so angry about this? Do I find it disgusting and if so why? Was it so bad what they did? Is having this young man arrested going to fix the problem? Are we embarrassed about our 15-year-old daughter being pregnant and what will we tell our families and friends? Who cares what they think! Your daughter is going to have a baby and she is going to have the same feelings you had when you were pregnant and you have to be more supportive of her. As a mother you should see how fearful your daughter is and she obviously knew little about how easily it could be to get pregnant and is now probably fearful of childbirth. Forget what friends, neighbors and family think. Your daughter hasn't really let you down, she fell in love. I have no doubt the words that have come from you are "what does a 15-year-old know about love" but, from their eyes they do feel it's love. Of course they are too young to marry, but you have options. You can let your daughter have the baby and help her look after it. You can also make sure that the father of the baby at least pays some sort of child support no matter how little. Try getting to know him and if he seems like a nice enough young man, then let him be part of the baby's life. You may be in for a big surprise. I've seen very young parents do an extremely good job of raising a baby and in turn, seen so-called adults make a heck of a mess of raising their child(ren.) Eventually he'll be working full time and until your daughter either marries him or someone else then he should keep paying child support. If you press charges against this young man it will serve no purpose. It isn't like he's 20 - 25 and took full advantage of your 15-year-old daughter. Two young people thought or still think they love each other and made love and that's not a dirty thing. If you make more of a mess out of this you will not only let your daughter down, but she'll never feel the same about you and become alienated from you. When all is said and done whether it's a daughter, a friend or female family member, we are all just women 15 - 80! (MORE)
I took days 15 16 and 17 instead of days 1 2 and 3.Then on days 15 16 and 17 I took 1 2 and 3.Is this bad?
Answer . \nUse condom for until your next period arrives. It is the best you can do.
How do the outer-shell electron configurations for ions of elements from groups 1 and 2 and 15 and 16 and 17 compare with those of the noble gases?
Answer . Elements in Group 1 have 1 more electron than the noble gas in the row above it. Elements in Group 2 have 2 more electrons than the noble gas in the row above it. Elements in Group 15 have 3 less electrons than the noble gas in the same row as it. Elements in Group 16 have 2 less ele…ctrons than the noble gas in the same row as it. Elements in Group 17 have 1 less electrons than the noble gas in the same row as it. (MORE)
Which two numbers on square do not fit the pattern and why 3 3 17 11 9 5 15 7 13 12 8 1 19 2 10 16 4?
Answer . Answer: 2 and 10. Each pair of numbers on each row total 20. The first two on the bottom row, 2 and 10, do not.
\nAssuming you are using "Group IA1" to refer to the alkali metals (Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs, and Fr) the most probable ionic charge would be 1+. These metals have a single valence electron (when neutral) that is "lost" to a nonmetal during the formation of an ionic bond.
One possible answer 13 is the only prime number in this group Incorrect 2 is a prime number also * * * * * How about 15 as the only number having different prime factors? I admit that is tenuous, but I cannot do better.
one two three four five six seven eight nine ten eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen ninteen twenty twenty-one twenty-two twenty-three twenty-four twenty-five twenty-six twenty-seven wow
Which of the following groups of numbers are all prime numbers A 2 3 5 9 or B 3 11 23 31 or C 2 5 15 19 or D 7 17 29 49?
2, 3, 5, and 9 includes one composite number - 9. 3, 11, 23, and 31 are all prime numbers. 2, 5, 15, and 19 includes one composite number - 19. 7, 17, 29, and 49 includes one composite number - 49.
Group 1- Alkali metals. Group 2- Alkali earth metals. Group 3-12_Transition metals. Group 17-Halogens. Group 18-Noble gases
i am pretty sure, since the age for her to make her own choice is either at the age of 16 or 18
all the elements of group 1 have only one valence electrn so they donate one electron and are always 1 +
There are actually three transition metals with only one ionic charge. The three are... . Silver(Ag) plus one charge . Cadmium (Cd) plus two charge . Zinc (Zn) plus two charge
You missed the negatives and the 0, however if you needed to count all the negatives that would take you forever.
The answer is 64. Simply add the numbers together like you would for two plus two. To check your work, a calculator is the best option.
What is '0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20' when translated from English to Italian?
The Italian numbers from 0-20 are the following: zero (0), uno (1), due (2), tre (3), quattro (4), cinque (5), sei (6), sette (7), otto (8), nove (9), dieci (10), undici (11), dodici (12), tredici (13), quattordici (14), quindici (15), sedici (16), diciassette (17), di…ciotto (18), diciannove (19), venti (20). (MORE)
Every positive charge will cancel out a negative charge so the sum of all charges should be zero.
The errors are grammatical. The email came to me as follows: "Find the error, its impossible 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20" Error 1: "Find the error" is a sentence and should end with aperiod. Error 2: "its" is possessive but should be a contraction of "itis:" therefore, it sho…uld have an apostrophe. Error 3: "Since "it's impossible" is a sentence, "it's" should havethe i capitalized. Error 4: "Since "It's impossible" is a sentence, it should havepunctuation at its end. Suggestions are a period or colon. At least two more errors as 1) It's not impossible. 2) Since thereare at least 3 and if including the two you included then 5, erroris not singular but plural and should be "errors." (The original riddle from Facebook is explained in the relatedquestion below.) . The "11" is BACKWARDS! Found the error. Boom!*** (MORE)
Their valance electrons form an octet. Each compound wants to have 8 valence electrons (which forms an octet). Groups 1 and 2 have 1 and 2 valence electrons respectively. 16 and 17 have 6 and 7 respectively. So together, they form 8..
Anything in the second column of the periodic table: beryllium, Magnesium, calcium, etc. AND many of the transitional metals (though they can also be 3+, 4+, or even more), commonly: iron, nickel, zinc, manganese.
The group 1A elements (Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Rubidium, Cesium, and Francium), also known as the Alkali Metals, are all the elements that naturally have 1 valence electron (excluding hydrogen). In order to achieve electrical stability, all atoms want to have a full octet of 8 valence electrons.… The easiest way for the Alkali Metals to do that is by losing their one valence electron, which they all do extremely readily (and often explosively). This removal of an electron removes 1 negative charge from these otherwise neutral atoms, leaving them with a net charge of +1. (MORE)
the missing space between the 5 and 6. what is so impossible about that? are you just trying to be ironic, funny?
un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf dix onze douze treize quatorze quinze seize dix-sept dix-huit dix-neuf vingt
How do you Find the value of the 90th percentile of the following set of data 18 9 7 5 11 7 17 20 19 2 17 12 5 1 13 12 11 15 16 20?
Put them in ascending order. There are 20 numbers. 90% of 20 is 18 so the 90th percentile is the 18th number going from smallest to largest. Equivalently, it is the third number going from largest to smallest - which is 18.
1, 2,3 ,4 ,5 6, 7, 8, 9 ,10, 11 ,12 ,13,14, 15, 16 ,17, 18, 19, 20 & --------------
Group 1 and 2 elements have 1 and 2 valence electrons respectively. Removal of these electrons will result in stable noble gas electronic configuration. Group 17 and 16 elements have 7 and 6 valence electrons respectively. Addition of 1 or 2 electrons to group 17 and 16 respectively will give them s…table noble gas configuration. Hence these two groups are highly reactive and their elements will combine to form large number of compounds. (MORE)
Group 1 has 1, group 2 has 2, group 15 has 5, group 16 has 6 and group 17 has 7 valence electrons.
Group 1 elements have 1 valence electron, group 2 has two valence electrons and group 15 has 5 valence electrons.
group 1 and 2 are electorpositive elements(metals) so they readilly reacts with group 16 and 17 elements which are electronegative(non-metals).
Which group of elements lose 2 valence electrons when their atoms form ionic bonds and what charge would the ions formed have?
G roup 2 (IIA) will lose 2 of their valence electrons.Those in Groups 2 tend to lose 2 electrons to form doubly positive ions.
Can you find the the mistake 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 bet you didn't find it?
One correct answer of several possible here is The mistake , and we cannot know the true intentions of the asker. Another possibility is the repeated the . In similar riddles, there may be an L or an O used in place of a one or zero, but this one is much simpler to solve as it only accounts to g…rammar. (MORE)
It is possible, but it will require some careful reading of the specific laws for the jurisdiction in question.
Order them: 15 16 17 21 21 Find the middle one: 17 That is the median
The factors of 10 are: 1, 2, 5, 10 The factors of 11 are: 1, 11 The factors of 12 are: 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12 The factors of 13 are: 1, 13 The factors of 15 are: 1, 3, 5, 15 The factors of 16 are: 1, 2, 4, 8, 16 The factors of 17 are: 1, 17 The factors of 18 are: 1, 2…, 3, 6, 9, 18 The factors of 19 are: 1, 19 The factors of 20 are: 1, 2, 4, 5, 10, 20 (MORE)
Can you find the error in this sequence it's impossible 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20?
The error is in the sentence, not in the number sequence. The question implies that the sequence is impossible. However, that sequence is quite possible, as there is no error in it. Therefore, the error is in the sentence - the word impossible. There is nothing wrong with the sequence. -- Actually…, there is a lot more to this than you might think... Error 1: "Find the error" should end with a period (full-stop), the first error. Error 2: The most obvious one is the missing apostrophe between the "t" and the "s" in the word "its" in the sentence "find the errors, its impossible" This is the only one you are expected to find. Error 3: "Since "it's impossible" is a sentence, "it's" should have the 'i' capitalized. Error 4: It is clearly not impossible to find the error - because I just found it in about 2 seconds and without sending the email on. Also the email itself says 20% of UCDS students could find the error (as 80% could not) - therefore it is very clearly not impossible. So the sentence is incorrect - that is the fourth error. Error 5: The fifth error is it says "find the error" implying there is only one error - when as you can see there is more than one. It should say "find the errors". Error 6: The sixth error is that is says "UCDS students" when it actually means "UCSD" which stands for the Univerisity of California at San Diego a well known American university. There is no known major university which is abbreviated to UCDS. Error 7: The final error (that I could find) is that it says that 80% of UCDS (actually UCSD) students could not find it, implying 20% could. UCSD students is a top American university - but in reality the students who go there are not that clever - I doubt very much 20% could provide a full answer to the question and find all the errors. Saying they could is in itself another error. Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Find_the_error_its_impossible_1_2_3_4_5_6_7_8_9_10_11_12_13_14_15_16_17_18_19_20#ixzz1ulI5g2yF (MORE)
Yes, the first sentence states, "Can you find the mistake," but it is not a statement, it is a question. Therefore, it is missing a question mark at the end. Also, the second sentence asks, "bet you didn't find it?" However, the sentence is a statement. Therefore, it needs a period at the end ins…tead of a question mark. The statement is also missing a subject, such as I or she, and a modal verb, such as would . Lastly, the list of numbers appears between the two sentences, but is not separated by any punctuation or paragraph breaks. This makes no grammatical sense in the least. (The original riddle from Facebook is explained in the related question below.) (MORE)
Losing two electrons gives the magnesium ion the noble gas configuration of neon, which means that it will have 8 electrons in its valence shell. The reason that atoms undergo chemical bonding is to achieve a noble gas configuration, which makes them stable.
Can your work out what is wrong in this sequence 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20?
If I had to guess it would be that zero shouldn't be part of the sequence, since it's not a normal number
The mode of 15, 5, 16, 17, and 5 is 5 because 5 is repeated twice while the other numbers are only shown once.
What is the name of 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 sided polygons?
monogon, digon, trigon, tetragon, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon,octagon, nonagon, decagon, hendecagon, dodecagon, tridecagon,tetradecagon, pentadecagon, hexadecagon, heptadecagon, octadecagon,enneadecagon, icosagon, hencosagon, dicosagon, tricosagon,tetracosagon, pentacosagon
It is because of the difference in electronegativies between the elements. Groups 6 and 7 typically have large electronegativities and therefore attract electrons to them, while metals generally have a low electronegativity and therefore don't hold their outer shell electrons as strongly. The differ…ence in electronegativities has to be above 2.0 in most cases before it can be considered as an ionic bond. (MORE)
minus 1, minus 2, minus 3, minus 4, minus 5... The next number is 6.
The group 1 and 2 elements have much lower electronegativity value than group 17 elements and therefore lose electrons to the group 17 elements. The group 17 elements require only one more electron to have a full valence shell and thereby acquire the stable electron configuration of the next higher …atomic number noble gas. The group 1 and 2 elements achieve a stable electron configuration when they lose all their outermost (valence) electrons and thereby acquire the electron configuration of the next lower atomic number noble gas. One group 1 element will combine with one group 17 element and one group 2 element will combine with two group 17 elements. Examples include NaF, and MgCl 2 . (MORE)
Why are what prime ? Certainly not the numbers in that list. Only 8 of those are prime numbers.
Periodic Table Group Number*: Number of Valence Electrons for Each Atom . 1 : 1 2 : 2 15 : 5 16 : 6 17 : 7 ___________________ *In a wide form periodic table.
What 4 number combinations are in the numbers 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24?
There are 24 C 4 = 24*23*22*21/(4*3*2*1) = 10,626 of them, and I do not have the time to list them all.
The most common type of ions are. Monopositive cation for group 1 elements, Dipositive cation for group 2 elements, Trinegative anions for group 15 elements, Dinegative anion for group 16 elements and mononegative anions for group 17 elements..
Group 15 elemnts, N, P, do form ionic compounds, nitrides and phosphides, N 3- and P 3- ions the heavier elements arsenic antimony and bismuth also form -ide compounds some arsenides are mainly ionic but the antimonides and bismuthides are less so. Wikipedia entries on the arsenides, antimonides a…nd bismuthides are not very good so use a text book! (MORE)
Group 5A, which includes the common elements nitrogen and phosphorus, has a -3 charge in an ionic bonding scenario, which means they will gain three electrons.
All of the numbers appear once and as a mode is the most commonlyoccurring number, there is no mode.
They have 7 electrons in the outermost sub-shell. So the charge oftheir ions is -1.