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I am unsure of the answers to the following questions1) Schwann cells are a type

I am unsure of the answers to the following questions1) Schwann cells are a type

I am unsure of the answers to the following questions1) Schwann cells are a type of glial cell found in the nervous system. In addition to the conduction of nerve impulses, the outermost layer called neurilemma aids in nerve development and regeneration. Which of the following explains why the neurons in the brain cannot repair damage like the neurons in your hands or feet can?Select one:a. Neurons in the central nervous system are surrounded by white matter.b. Neurons in the central…

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Problem 2-4A (Part Level Submission)Agassi Company uses a job order cost system

Problem 2-4A (Part Level Submission)Agassi Company uses a job order cost system

Problem 2-4A (Part Level Submission)Agassi Company uses a job order cost system in each of its three manufacturing departments. Manufacturing overhead is applied to jobs on the basis of direct labor cost in Department D, direct labor hours in Department E, and machine hours in Department K.In establishing the predetermined overhead rates for 2014, the following estimates were made for the year.DepartmentDEKManufacturing overhead

Suppose a diode consists of a cylindrical cathode with a radius of 6.200×10−2 cm

Suppose a diode consists of a cylindrical cathode with a radius of 6.200×10−2 cm

Suppose a diode consists of a cylindrical cathode with a radius of 6.200×10−2 cm, mounted coaxially within a cylindrical anode with a radius of 0.5580 cm. The potential difference between the anode and cathode is 280 V. An electron leaves the surface of the cathode with zero initial speed (v_{rm initial} = 0). Find its speed v_final when it strikes the anode.

A shot putter launches a 6.970 kg shot by pushing it along a straight line of le

A shot putter launches a 6.970 kg shot by pushing it along a straight line of le

A shot putter launches a 6.970 kg shot by pushing it along a straight line of length 1.650 m and at an angle of 33.60° from the horizontal, accelerating the shot to the launch speed from its initial speed of 2.500 m/s (which is due to the athlete’s preliminary motion). The shot leaves the hand at a height of 2.110 m and at an angle of 33.60°, and it lands at a horizontal distance of 14.00 m. What is the…

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Hi, I really need help with this homework problem. I asked on here before and ha

Hi, I really need help with this homework problem. I asked on here before and ha

Hi, I really need help with this homework problem. I asked on here before and have not gotten any helpful answers. I saw that it is solved on cheg but I cannot access it, if someone has cheg or can solve this can you help me please? Thank youwww.chegg.com/homework-help/questions-and-answers/3-ground-state-wavefunction-certain-molecule-described-vibrational-noe-ax2-2-calculate-fra-q38306165

Flash drives these days seem very small to those of us who were around at the be

Flash drives these days seem very small to those of us who were around at the be

Flash drives these days seem very small to those of us who were around at the beginning of the personal computer revolution. The hand shown in the picture at the right is holding a drive that can store 32 GigaBytes (32 x 109 Bytes). Estimate how big a Byte is; that is, how much physical volume in the drive has to be devoted to storing the information in 1 Byte?