1901 is not a rare date for Indian Head Cents, but as long as it's not damaged or corroded, it's currently worth at least a dollar, and if the word LIBERTY in the Indian's headband is complete and easily readable, it's worth at least $2.00, and if it looks like new, it's worth at least $20-$25 So rather than buying bubble gum, you may as well take it to a coin dealer and get enough money for a couple of candy bars :) And if the coin looks real nice, you probably should not be storing it in a piggy bank. Banging around with other coins can cause wear, dings, or other damage.
its bubble gum you dork
No, there are bigger pieces.
Assuming that the sugar found in the bubble gum is C6H12O6, You find the molar mass=180.16, Then divide the mass of a piece of gum, (Dubble Bubble is 6g~). 6/180.16=.0277molsTherefore the moles of sugar in a piece of Dubble Bubble is .0277mols.~R
You can wrap a piece of string around the bubble then measure how long the string is to get your answer.
no tell your Indian friend straight out that you like him.
the sam way you do bubble just with more than 1 piece
The kings Indian is a chess opening not a chess piece
it depends with each brand of gum but it should be when it loses its sugar, until it feels elastic
bubble gum long piece of it
According to "thedailyplate.com" there are 15 calories in a single 5g piece of Dubble Bubble chewing gum.
there is no bubble blowing move.it's just a piece of gum you get.it's sometimes in the fountain.
use bubble gum.....
Like a chewed piece of bubble gum!
Yes. Each piece has a comic in it. ( Most of them! :) )
It was the only colour the inventor had left
do you think I know what is in the stupid piece of gum
You chew bubble gum by sticking a piece in your mouth and munching on it. DO NOT SWALLOW! This is also how you chew any other kind of gum.
The 'piece' of water is called the Indian Ocean.
They found a piece of bubble gum.
sugarless gum has <5 and bubble gum has 5>
IT WOULD PROB BUBBLE
Piece of bubble gum on a stick.