Asked in Poptropica
How can you pass the football game on Big Nate poptropica?
You don't have to. Just go to the scinece lab, then mix blue and yellow, then turn up the heat.You get a stink bomb. ...
Asked in Genetics
What are the stacks of membrane covered sacs that package and transport protein to the outside of the cell called?
Golgi bodies, I think. I got this question in life scinece and she said it was like a stack of pancakes or maybe a UPS. ...
Asked in FYBsc SYBsc and TYBsc Exams
What is better ITGS or Computer Science?
If...you like studying and discussing new technologies and the impact they have on our world, ITGS is for you. If, however, you enjoy programming a computer to do what you want it to do (or what the teacher wants it to do), computer scinece is the right choice. That's the spark notes answer. ...
What are some jobs that someone with Asperger's Syndrome could do?
Someone with aspergers could do anything they wanted! But typicall aspergers jobs tend to be computer proggramming, scientists, jobs that may require alot of math and scinece skills. But an aspie can do what they want ...
Asked in Technology, Bachelor of Science BSc
What is difference between b tech and bsc degree?
B.tech ( 4 years) is equal to engineering degree which is equal to mca. B sc is just a graduation it is of 3 years. after B.Sc u can do mca. B sc consist of physics, maths, chemistry and electronics or computer scinece. ...
What training is required for a fluoroscopy tech?
When you say fluoroscopy tech what you mean is a radiologic technologist or x-ray tech. To clear the air, we are technologist NOT technician. Typically a tech goes through 2 years of training, both classroom and clinical, on-site at the hopsitals. When the program is finished, it is an associates degree in applied scinece. ...
Asked in Medication and Drugs, Antibiotics
What is the main cause of the increase in the numbers of antibiotic resistant bacteria in hospitals?
so the bacteria wont spread. since we have the scinece and technology for it, they decided to make it useful by putting time and energy towards the increased production of those antibiotics. also to make it healthier ad safer, as well as easier and quicker to fight and cure diseases. ...
Asked in Science, Science Experiments
Scinece Matter Compounds and mixtures?
matter is anything made of atoms and occupiesspace (volume) and has mass. an element is a pure substance made up of only one kind of atoms. a compound is also a pure substance made up of two or more elements in a fixed ratio. a mixture is an impure substance made up of elements and compounds in an indefinite proportion. ...
Asked in Egypt, Ancient Egypt
What is the achievements of Mohamed Ali of Egypt in Egypt?
he had done alot..he send egyptians to learn modern scinece in france(mainly) he built the firest modern army,he extended his empire south in sudan and other places along the nile river and east in arabia he introduced new crops in egypt the most important is cotton.his family ruled egypt under various tiltles like keduve ,sultan ,king till the 23rd july revolution in 1952 ...
Asked in Physics, Isaac Newton
What is isaac newton's 1 law of motion?
BY first law Sir Issac Newton, the father of Scinece has introduced about the importance of force. If no force acts on a body which is at rest, then the body would remain in the same rest state. Also if suppose a body is already in motion with a uniform velocity then it would continue to do so unless an external force acts on it. So combinging these two, he states: "Every body continues in its state of rest or of uniform motion along...
Asked in Chemistry
Why do some road crews sprinkle sand on the roadssnow rather than salt?
If you sprinkle salt on snow, you get a freezing mixture. Many of us made it in scinece classes at school - the optimal mix beeing 1/4 of salt and 3/4 of snow or fine grained ice. The temperature then sinks to about minus 21 celsius (before we got freezers, they made ice cream this way). Thus, you should absolutely avoid sprinkling salt when i snows. As long as it snows, you apply sand instead, improving the grip for the cars....
Asked in Ancient Rome
How was ancient romes scinece and engineering?
The Romans revolutionised agriculture in Britannia. They introduced vegetables (asparagus, cabbages, carrots, celery, garlic, leeks, onions, peas, radishes, turnips, shallots) herbs (bay, basil, rosemary, thyme and savoury mint and herbs that were used in brewing and for medicinal purposes). They also introduced new and more productive grains which made bread became important in the British diet. They brought white cattle, brown hare, chickens, guinea fowl, pheasants, and rabbits were probably introduced as farmyard animals. The fruit they introduced included apples (as opposed to crab...
Asked in Business Ethics, Ethics and Morality
Ethics is primarily a descriptive discipline?
There is a distinction to be made in philosophy between description, prediction, normativity, explanation etc. Many aspects of the sciences are descriptive and predictive. Ethics differes from science because ethics is descriptive and sometimes normative. When you make the moral statment 'X is good' you could be describing certain things such as; - A property of X - Properties of a possible world where X is the case - Peoples attitudes towards X or you could be making normative claims like; - You ought do X -...