Gas to liquid is called "condensation."

All solutions are homogeneous. Water is an example of a universal solvent.

Recall that solutions are homogeneous mixtures. For example, sodium chloride does not settle out when its solutions remain constant.

The possessive form of the plural noun solutions is solutions' (referring to more than one solution).Example: All of the solutions' colors changed when they were heated.

For example:y = x, and2y = 2x

There are lots of companies that offer computer solutions, some solutions more specific than others. Computer solutions tend to be broken down into, for example, networking solutions, security solutions, hardware solutions, software solutions. There are some companies that offer a wide range of solutions, such as PC world, and others which are more specializes such as CISCO.

For example soda, beer, champagne and all fizzy drinks are solutions of carbon dioxide in water.

An example is phenolphtalein: pink in basic solutions and without color in acidic solutions.

a example of solutions are salt & sugar...

For example the dithionic acid.

Yes; this is quite common for a quadratic equation. For example:x2 - 5x + 6 = 0has the two solutions 2, and 3.A cubic equation may have up to 3 solutions; a polynomial of degree "n" can have up to "n" solutions.A trigonometric equation usually has an infinite number of solutions, because the sine function (for example) is periodic.Example: sin x = 0, with solutions 0, pi, 2 x pi, 3 x pi, etc. (assuming angles are measured in radians, as is common in advanced mathematics).Yes; this is quite common for a quadratic equation. For example:x2 - 5x + 6 = 0has the two solutions 2, and 3.A cubic equation may have up to 3 solutions; a polynomial of degree "n" can have up to "n" solutions.A trigonometric equation usually has an infinite number of solutions, because the sine function (for example) is periodic.Example: sin x = 0, with solutions 0, pi, 2 x pi, 3 x pi, etc. (assuming angles are measured in radians, as is common in advanced mathematics).Yes; this is quite common for a quadratic equation. For example:x2 - 5x + 6 = 0has the two solutions 2, and 3.A cubic equation may have up to 3 solutions; a polynomial of degree "n" can have up to "n" solutions.A trigonometric equation usually has an infinite number of solutions, because the sine function (for example) is periodic.Example: sin x = 0, with solutions 0, pi, 2 x pi, 3 x pi, etc. (assuming angles are measured in radians, as is common in advanced mathematics).Yes; this is quite common for a quadratic equation. For example:x2 - 5x + 6 = 0has the two solutions 2, and 3.A cubic equation may have up to 3 solutions; a polynomial of degree "n" can have up to "n" solutions.A trigonometric equation usually has an infinite number of solutions, because the sine function (for example) is periodic.Example: sin x = 0, with solutions 0, pi, 2 x pi, 3 x pi, etc. (assuming angles are measured in radians, as is common in advanced mathematics).

Two cases in which this can typically happen (there are others as well) are: 1. The equation includes a square. Example: x2 = 25; the solutions are 5 and -5. 2. The equation includes an absolute value. Example: |x| = 10; the solutions are 10 and -10.

Paints can be suspensions, emulsions, or solutions.

For example the sodium hydroxide solution in water is basic.

Solutions can be change due to change in volume, temperature, and or pressure. Some solutions can be separated. For example, scientists use the process of distillation to separate a solution of alcohol and water.

There are various potential solutions to verbal abuse. For example, you could try to contact the local law enforcement department.

If you are talking about solutions you descolve solutes with then the most popular solution is water. examples of a solutions are kool aid salt water

Solutions may be closed or open regions or they may be points within a region (for example, grid points for integer solutions), or points of intersection between curves or between curves and the axes. It all depends on what the graphs and the solutions are.

I'm doing a paper on suspensions, colloids, and solutions. What I've found out is that fog is an example of a colloid.

No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2No. The resulting equation has more solutions. For example, x = 2 has only one solution and that is x = 2.butx2= 4, the squared equation, has two solutions: x = +2 and x = -2

Solutions are mixtures that are homogeneous, that is, evenly mixed throughout. So, all solutions are mixtures, but not all mixtures are solutions. For example, sand and water could be seen as a mixture, but the parts are not evenly distributed, and so it could not be considered a solution.

Two different liquids (by example water and oil) can exist together in two liquid phases which both can be solutions with the same solute.

Yes. For example, an unsaturated sugar solution has less solute than a saturated sugar solution.

An example of a solution is salt water. An example of a suspension is Italian salad dressing. An example of a colloid is mayonnaise.

Liquids are not necessarily solutions, and solutions are not necessarily liquids. An alloy is an example of a solid solution; milk is an example of a liquid that isn't a solution (it's an emulsion, which is something different).So the best answer to your question is "it isn't."

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