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  • Here you will be shown how to simplify expressions involving brackets and powers. The general rule is: (xm)n = xmn So basically all you need to do is multiply the powers. This may also be called the exponent bracket rule or indices bracket rule...

    Powers in Brackets: How to Use the Bracket Power Rule

    Powers in Brackets: How to Use the Bracket Power Rule

    by Mark1

  • The Sonoran Desert in Southern Arizona, while dry, is anything but a barren wasteland. Many plants have adapted to its arid environment. In the spring, these cacti and other plants burst into bloom.

    Spring in the Arizona Desert: Cacti in Bloom

    Spring in the Arizona Desert: Cacti in Bloom

    by Chuck Nugent10

  • Top predators, such as sharks, are vital to the health of all ecosystems, but they are being hunted and killed close to extinction.

    Sharks Are Not That Dangerous

    Sharks Are Not That Dangerous

    by Rupert Taylor3

  • In our bodies, microbiota like bacteria outnumber our human cells 10 to 1. Yet, we know almost nothing about our microbiome and how it reacts to "disturbances" such as starvation. I take a research paper style approach to discussing what we expect given our understanding of "macrobiotic" ecosystems.

    The Ecology of the Human Microbiome

    The Ecology of the Human Microbiome

    by Lili Adams0

  • Dark matter is currently an unsolved problem within physics. What dark matter is made up of is a complete mystery. How do scientists know that dark matter really exists?

    Is There Proof of Dark Matter?

    Is There Proof of Dark Matter?

    by Sam Brind3

  • The discovery of a single tooth led to the belief in an ape-like creature had once roamed the plains of the New World.

    Nebraska Man or a Pig’s Tooth?

    Nebraska Man or a Pig’s Tooth?

    by Rupert Taylor0

  • What separates human language from that of other animals. Can animal communication exhibit some of the qualities, such as displacement and dual patterning, which are said to set human language apart?

    The Difference Between Animal and Human Communication

    The Difference Between Animal and Human Communication

    by Johnson M Jose71

  • Though no one knows for sure where the water on Earth came from, many look to comets for answers. But are we looking in the right place?

    Did Water on Earth Come From Comets?

    Did Water on Earth Come From Comets?

    by Leonard Kelley2

  • An examination of the Titanic shipwreck site from a geological perspective. What been happening in the area around the shipwreck since it hit the North Atlantic ocean floor more than 100 years ago.

    A Geological Study of the Titanic Shipwreck Site

    A Geological Study of the Titanic Shipwreck Site

    by Melvin Porter9

  • This is part two of a two part article on Pressure Ulcers (also known as "bed sores"). It discusses treatment and prevention of the condition. Warning: some imagery may be disturbing.

    Pressure Ulcers: Treatment and Prevention

    Pressure Ulcers: Treatment and Prevention

    by Vince0

  • If you want to identify a mineral, there are some properties of minerals that you need to examine to narrow it down. This is a guide to how scientists identify minerals by their physical properties.

    Physical Properties of Minerals

    Physical Properties of Minerals

    by Melissa Clason0

  • Urea is a nitrogen-containing waste substance in the blood and urine that is also made in the lab. It’s used to remove thickened and scaly patches on skin, to moisturize the skin, and to fertilize soil.

    Urea in Blood, Urine, Skin Creams, and Fertilizer

    Urea in Blood, Urine, Skin Creams, and Fertilizer

    by Linda Crampton8

  • The ocean hides its beast well. And one such behemoth are the guyots. So what are they and what do they mean to science?

    Guyot, the Mountain Under the Sea

    Guyot, the Mountain Under the Sea

    by Dean Traylor3

  • The fate of an American landmark is one of the saddest stories in recent history. The American Chestnut tree was an integral part of the forest landscape when settlers arrived on American shores. However after a airborne virus was introduced, the trees were wiped out by the billions.

    America's Vanished Treasures: The American Chestnut Tree

    America's Vanished Treasures: The American Chestnut Tree

    by Nathan M0

  • Saprolegnia and Phytophthora are important examples of oomycetes or water molds. Some species of Saprolegnia can infect and kill fish. One species of Phytophthora causes late blight in potatoes. This disease was responsible for the devastating nineteenth-century potato famine in Ireland.

    Saprolegnia and Phytophthora: Oomycetes or Water Molds

    Saprolegnia and Phytophthora: Oomycetes or Water Molds

    by Linda Crampton26

  • We often forget that together the world's oceans and seas cover nearly 71% of the earth's surface. This article will help you understand this blue planet on which we live and how to navigate it.

    Oceans of  the world

    Oceans of the world

    by livingsta12

  • The grey wolf is a longtime foe of mankind, and yet, the grey wolf is also responsible for providing to us our dearest animal friend - the domestic dog. Some people love them as much as others do not.

    Canis Lupus—The Grey Wolves of Then and Now

    Canis Lupus—The Grey Wolves of Then and Now

    by Wesman Todd Shaw16

  • Honey bees are an amazing insect that is gaining support because of their importance in agriculture and producing food. Here are five interesting facts that most people don't know.

    5 Little-Known Bee Facts

    5 Little-Known Bee Facts

    by Chris Andrews9

  • Bored with the 9, I mean 8, planets? Looking for some REAL cosmic fun? Well check out the moons of the Solar System in which you reside!! There are a lot of interesting tidbits...

    Top 10 Most Interesting Moons in the Solar System

    Top 10 Most Interesting Moons in the Solar System

    by Blake Atkinson13

  • Though it may be hard to imagine a world without the moon, many have dared to wonder. What results from its absence has more profound effects than we could have known.

    What Would Earth Be Like Without the Moon?

    What Would Earth Be Like Without the Moon?

    by Leonard Kelley3

  • A detailed overview on the working of magnets whether you're looking for examination help, project guidance or knowledge to satisfy your curious mind.

    How Do Magnets Work?

    How Do Magnets Work?

    by Brandon Lobo24

  • Do you have a hernia repair scheduled? Are you wondering what surgical mesh is? This article will give tell you what mesh is, what problems may occur, and how to help the healing process.

    What Is Surgical Mesh?

    What Is Surgical Mesh?

    by Kari Poulsen22

  • Humans need water to survive. In some of the driest regions on earth people are using low-tech nets to harvest droplets from mist and fog. Clouds are bringing clean drinking water to some of the world's most arid places.

    Harvesting Fog for Water in Chile and Peru

    Harvesting Fog for Water in Chile and Peru

    by Beth Eaglescliffe0

  • Due to the threats encountered by mountain gorillas, it was once thought that they might be extinct by the end of the 20th century. Conservation efforts are helping the species to recover.

    Saving the Mountain Gorilla

    Saving the Mountain Gorilla

    by Natalie Cookson0

  • Learn facts about the Black-capped Chickadee and see pictures of the brave and spunky little black-and-white songbird who wears a mask! The Black-capped Chickadee song is well-known throughout its habitat, and even if you don't recognize this little bird with the black head you've probably heard it.

    Black-capped Chickadee Facts and Pictures

    Black-capped Chickadee Facts and Pictures

    by Eric Dockett0

  • Carpet, flesh-eating, and trilobite beetles are strange and interesting insects. The first eats carpets and other items made of natural fibers, the second removes flesh from animal skeletons, and the third is reminiscent of prehistoric trilobites.

    Carpet, Flesh-Eating, and Trilobite Beetles: Strange Insects

    Carpet, Flesh-Eating, and Trilobite Beetles: Strange Insects

    by Linda Crampton20

  • Do front- and rear-fanged snakes simply differ based on the location of their fangs? No, there are a few other morphological differences related to their venom delivery systems as well.

    Front- and Rear-Fanged Snake Envenomation Systems

    Front- and Rear-Fanged Snake Envenomation Systems

    by ChristopherJRex0

  • The astrolabe has been used by mariner's for centuries. Although its use has largely fallen by the wayside due the development of more sophisticated instruments such as telescopes and GPS, it is still an instrument worthy of study. Build your own simple astrolabe to determine your latitude as did the ancient sailors or use it in conjunction with trigonometry to determine the height of a very tall object!

    The Astrolabe: How to Make One and Understanding Its Use

    The Astrolabe: How to Make One and Understanding Its Use

    by Teresa Coppens17

  • Salvias are a lovely,elegant, upright flower that hummingbirds love and bees find beneficial. They hail from all over the world and are full of surprises. Read on to find out more.

    Salvias for Your Garden

    Salvias for Your Garden

    by thoughtfulgirl21

  • We've been watching the dramatic New Horizons flyby of Pluto over the past few weeks, and many people are saying, "Come on, REALLY. That's a PLANET!"

    So, Really, Isn't Pluto A Planet?

    So, Really, Isn't Pluto A Planet?

    by Ellen5

  • Here's a look at the Oklahoma state bird, the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher, along with Deb Hirt's one of a kind photos. Come take a walk with her into the world of this beautiful bird.

    Facts About the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher

    Facts About the Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher

    by Deb Hirt92

  • Colombia lies in the "Ring of Fire," an area of seismic instability that surrounds the Pacific Basin and is subject to frequent volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. The country's most notable surface feature is the Andes mountain system

    Physical Features and Natural Resources of Colombia

    Physical Features and Natural Resources of Colombia

    by whyjoker0

  • Do centipedes bite? Yes, some do. Here's what you need to know about centipede bites, "Spooky Toxin," and when to worry.

    Do Centipedes Bite?

    Do Centipedes Bite?

    by GreenMind2

  • This article offers a list of 10 lakes or seas that are in danger of drying out to a great extent or disappearing entirely in a period of decades or years.

    10 Worst Drying Lakes in the World

    10 Worst Drying Lakes in the World

    by Kelley4

  • What snakes live in Indiana? Are any of them venomous and/or dangerous? There are nearly 40 different species and subspecies of snakes that can be found in the Hoosier state. Although three out of the four front-fanged venomous snakes are endangered (Timber Rattlesnake, Cottonmouth, Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake) and hard to find, the Copperhead is not. Although many Hoosier snakes are rear-fanged venomous, their venoms don't pose a significant threat to people.

    Snakes in Indiana

    Snakes in Indiana

    by ChristopherJRex3

  • You are walking down the road when, "eek!" you fall into a huge pool of quicksand. There is nobody near enough to hear your cries for help. How will you escape? Can you really drown in quicksand? How can your practice escaping from quicksand from the safety of your own home? This recipe for Cornstarch Quicksand is very similar to the real thing, it is easy to make, and it even lets you walk on water.

    Will Quicksand Kill You?  The Science Of Goo: Cornstarch, Quicksand, Oobleck, And Non-Newtonian Fluids

    Will Quicksand Kill You? The Science Of Goo: Cornstarch, Quicksand, Oobleck, And Non-Newtonian Fluids

    by Lena Welch1

  • The top 5 scariest and deadliest bugs on this earth. A list compiled from many sources to deliver to you a nightmare-inducing read that will surely have you quaking in your boots.

    5 Badass Bugs—Scariest Insects on Earth

    5 Badass Bugs—Scariest Insects on Earth

    by George Lancaster10

  • Stem can be herbaceous and woody which is one of the main structural axes of a vascular plant. t is also an important part that holds the flowers and leaves of plants.

    Uses and Importance of Stems to Man

    Uses and Importance of Stems to Man

    by Kenneth C Agudo5

  • We used variable in our C program to store value but one variable can store only single piece information (an integer can hold only one integer value) and to store similar type of values we had to declare many variables. To overcome this problem we used array which can hold numbers of similar data type. But array too have some limitations, like in our real world application we deal with set of dissimilar data types and single array cannot store dissimilar data.

    Structures (struct) in C Programming

    Structures (struct) in C Programming

    by RAJKISHOR SAHU22

  • For eons agriculturalists have been fighting what they call "bacterial speck" on tomatoes and other crop plants, without anyone realizing that the same bacteria is at the heart of rain and snow.

    How Does Rain Form: Pseudomonas syringae

    How Does Rain Form: Pseudomonas syringae

    by watergeek14

  • There is no biggest number, but really, how much is a thousand, a million, a googolplex or even a googolplexian? This look into big numbers may give you an idea how big they are.

    Taking a Perspective Look Into Big  Numbers

    Taking a Perspective Look Into Big Numbers

    by ProjectResolute4

  • When do babies’ eyes change color? Here you'll see some entertaining and informative answers to this question. You'll also see how babies gradually get to their genetically assigned eye color.

    When do babies’ eyes change color?

    When do babies’ eyes change color?

    by Edmund Custers0

  • Why does time only go forward? Is there some kind of gravity that relates to time? The gravity of time, or time gravity, is my theory that affects the direction of time—keeping it going only in one direction.

    Why Time Only Goes Forward: A Theory I Call Time Gravity

    Why Time Only Goes Forward: A Theory I Call Time Gravity

    by Glenn Stok27

  • Hellebores bloom mainly in late winter and spring. Their flowers are an attractive and welcome sight in nature, gardens, and landscaped areas. Lenten and Christmas roses are both types of hellebores. Many other species and cultivars of hellebores exist, offering gardeners some interesting choices.

    Hellebores: Beautiful Flowers of Late Winter and Spring

    Hellebores: Beautiful Flowers of Late Winter and Spring

    by Linda Crampton36

  • Roman numerals have been around for about 3,000 years, and they became a recognized number system that was used around the world.

    How To Understand Roman Numerals

    How To Understand Roman Numerals

    by sobelarry1

  • The science of artificial intelligence has embraced the art of writing and reporting with the founding of Narrative Science, a company that is pioneering the science of automatic writing. This article explains how it will have a dramatic impact on journalism as we know it.

    Artificial Intelligence and Automatic Writing

    Artificial Intelligence and Automatic Writing

    by Russ Moran - The Write Stuff31

  • So, there's a flat Earth society, a round Earth society, but why have we eliminated the possibility of the Hollow Earth?

    What Is the Hollow Earth Theory?

    What Is the Hollow Earth Theory?

    by Mark Walker Jr0

  • A brief overview of the Everglades National Park and a look at some of the common, and not so common, bird species found there.

    Birds of the Florida Everglades

    Birds of the Florida Everglades

    by TMHughes1

  • Having trouble with naming chemical compounds? Perhaps you're taking a General Chemistry class in college. I take you through naming step-by-step with discussion and examples!

    Steps to Naming Ionic and Covalent Compounds

    Steps to Naming Ionic and Covalent Compounds

    by phriot12

  • Data structures are important programming tools that provide essential help in solving complex computing problems. Here we focus on the stack and queue data structures: how they work, their advantages or disadvantages and some of their common uses. C++ sample code is also included.

    What Are Data Structures? Stacks & Queues

    What Are Data Structures? Stacks & Queues

    by Sam Brind0

  • Volcanic vents are fractures on the summit of a volcano through where lava is ejected. There are various types of volcanic vents; however, all vents connect the magma chamber, which is a pool of hot molten rock, to the vent on top of a volcano.

    Types of Volcanic Vents

    Types of Volcanic Vents

    by Jose Juan Gutierrez1

  • Learn the most tantalizing facts about this toxic, hellish world that's ironically known as Earth's sister planet!

    Top Ten Facts About Venus

    Top Ten Facts About Venus

    by Ashley Balzer10

  • Cicadas come out once every 13 or 17 years. I have learned a lot about Cicadas through my children and just being in an area that has tons of Cicadas.

    Interesting Facts About Cicadas

    Interesting Facts About Cicadas

    by caseymel5

  • The precision and accuracy of two-pan balances reached maximum efficiency when the Scottich Chemist Joseph Black (1728-1799) introduced a 'knife edge' as the fulcrum to an already ancient design.

    A Look at Analytical Balances: A Matter of Balance

    A Look at Analytical Balances: A Matter of Balance

    by Jamie Lee Hamann10

  • Marine compounds that were once known to be toxic to humans have now become life-saving drugs. Many of these are used either as anticancer drugs or to relieve pain in cancer.

    Anticancer Drugs From Marine Sources

    Anticancer Drugs From Marine Sources

    by Sherry Haynes0

  • This article shows you how to multiply fractions in four easy steps. How do you multiply mixed numbers? What is an improper fraction? This article, which includes a short video, will answer all these questions and leave you with the knowledge and confidence to multiply any fractions.

    How to Multiply Fractions in Four Easy Steps

    How to Multiply Fractions in Four Easy Steps

    by SuffolkJason3

  • Have you ever wondered why some birds have iridescent patches; or why Northern Cardinals are red; or what makes Blue Jays blue? How dull would life be without the colors that punctuate our lives? Everywhere you look Mother Nature has given us a huge paint box full of colors; and she reserves her most diverse color palette for our backyard birds.

    How Do Birds Get Their Colors?

    How Do Birds Get Their Colors?

    by Connie Smith15

  • Universe is an amazing place, full of stars, planets and what not. Today we're looking up at 5 amazing stars of the universe.

    Top 5 Most Interesting Stars

    Top 5 Most Interesting Stars

    by Sneha Sunny5

  • Did you know that the peacock actually refers only to the male of the species known as the peafowl. Additionally, the peacock's train is used to attract mates and makes up more than 50% of the peacock's size. Learn more great facts about the peacock in this article.

    The Proud Peackcock: Eight Fun Facts on the Indian Peacock

    The Proud Peackcock: Eight Fun Facts on the Indian Peacock

    by hannahz9

  • A black hole is a region of spacetime centred on a point mass called a singularity. A black hole is extremely massive and thus has an immense gravitational pull, which is in fact strong enough to prevent light escaping from it.

    What is a Black Hole? Do Black Holes Even Exist?

    What is a Black Hole? Do Black Holes Even Exist?

    by Nesbyte34

  • To work out a fraction of a number all you need to do is divide the number by the denominator of the fraction and multiply this answer by the numerator. Example 1 Work out 3/8 of 48. First of all divide 48 by the denominator: 48 ÷ 8 =...

    Math Help: How to Work Out a Fraction of a Number

    Math Help: How to Work Out a Fraction of a Number

    by Mark2

  • Chemosynthetic bacteria are organisms whose primary source of energy comes from the chemical reactions of inorganic molecules.

    What Are Chemosynthetic Bacteria?

    What Are Chemosynthetic Bacteria?

    by Jose Juan Gutierrez6

  • Japanese volcanoes are as beautiful as they are deadly. Here are 7 famous Japanese volcanoes that have inspired fear and love throughout the centuries.

    7 Japanese Volcanoes to Love and Fear

    7 Japanese Volcanoes to Love and Fear

    by Kuan Leong Yong0

  • Students have an excellent chance of doing well on a physics exam if they work efficiently throughout the physics course and follow some tips for writing exams.

    How to Pass a High School Physics Exam

    How to Pass a High School Physics Exam

    by Linda Crampton24

  • For hours I've searched for the ancient, semi-precious stone that fascinates my soul. I have been told there is nothing special about the agates found on the rock banks of Mississippi, but I disagree.

    Mississippi Agates

    Mississippi Agates

    by Karli Duran27

  • Here is a lab report example with step-by-step instructions on writing a good lab report. When writing a lab report you are presenting scientific facts that support a hypothesis, to an audience.

    How to Write a Lab Report

    How to Write a Lab Report

    by Laura Writes0

  • It may read like science fiction, but these fascinating examples of insect behavior come from the dedicated study by the late Thomas Eisner, the Father of Chemical Ecology.

    How Insects Use Chemicals to Survive

    How Insects Use Chemicals to Survive

    by Catherine Tally14

  • This is a basic guide to what you can see on the surface on the Moon - there is as much that can be seen on the Moon with a pair of binoculars, than in the whole of the rest of the sky put together.

    Astronomy - A Beginner's Guide to the Moon

    Astronomy - A Beginner's Guide to the Moon

    by Greensleeves Hubs15

  • Gas is one of the three forms of matter. Every known substance is either a solid, liquid or a gas. These forms differ in the way they fill space and change shape. A gas, such as air has neither a fixed shape nor a fixed volume and has weight.

    The Theories and Behavior of Gas

    The Theories and Behavior of Gas

    by Liwayway Memije-Cruz158

  • There's a lot to know about chipmunks—the cute little animals that people love to watch and photograph, but hate when they start digging up a garden or burrowing holes near a house's foundation.

    Chipmunks: Chubby-Cheeked Hoarders That Can Become Pests

    Chipmunks: Chubby-Cheeked Hoarders That Can Become Pests

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney5

  • If all the elements are arranged in the order of their atomic weights, a periodic repetition of properties is obtained. This is expressed by the law of periodicity.— Dmitry Ivanovich Mendeleev

    The Wonders of the Periodic Table

    The Wonders of the Periodic Table

    by Liwayway Memije-Cruz176

  • An illustrated guide to some of the best-smelling flowers in the Hawaiian Islands. Includes colorful pictures and resource links.

    Fragrant Flowers of Hawaii

    Fragrant Flowers of Hawaii

    by TattooKitty11

  • Don't let mind readers and magicians mess with your mind with number tricks. Learn their secrets and beat them at their own game.

    It's Not Magic, It's Mathematics

    It's Not Magic, It's Mathematics

    by George Dimitriadis1

  • Fascinating facts and photos featuring the most common and some more unusual stones found along Lake Michigan's shorelines. Including various types of basalt, septarian brown stones, limestone, granite, gabbro, diorite, gneiss, schist, sandstone, silt stone, mud stone, geodes, chalcedony and agate.

    I Found a Rock on the Beach and Wondered

    I Found a Rock on the Beach and Wondered

    by Kathi8

  • This article is an in-depth review of cells. Meant to help high school and college students gain a better understanding of this chapter of biology.

    Biology 101: Cells

    Biology 101: Cells

    by Alex0

  • The Tasmanian devil is an endangered animal whose population is decreasing. The main reason for the decrease is devil facial tumor disease. Immunotherapy may one day be used to treat the condition.

    Tasmanian Devils and Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD)

    Tasmanian Devils and Devil Facial Tumor Disease (DFTD)

    by Linda Crampton27

  • Learn some facts about the American Robin and its migration and behaviors, plus view pictures of this early bird of spring.

    American Robin Facts and Pictures

    American Robin Facts and Pictures

    by Eric Dockett2

  • Whether you enjoy hosting fun parties or want a creative way to make your science presentation come to life, here are easy instructions to bake a scrumptious, scientifically-accurate animal cell cake.

    How to Make an Animal Cell Cake

    How to Make an Animal Cell Cake

    by wildsimplicity51

  • Have humans negatively affected the earth's water cycle? If so, what can we do to reverse it? Here are some interesting facts about the water cycle you may not have learned in school, some of which might help you answer.

    How the Earth's Water Cycle Works

    How the Earth's Water Cycle Works

    by watergeek11

  • Moray eels and wolf eels have elongated bodies and live on the ocean bottom. They have each developed some very interesting and unusual body features and behaviours.

    Moray and Wolf Eels: Interesting Fish Facts

    Moray and Wolf Eels: Interesting Fish Facts

    by Linda Crampton26

  • Caracal - Adaptations and Facts - The caracal has a number of anatomical and behavioral adaptations that ensure its success in a diverse variety of habitats.

    Caracal - Adaptations and Facts

    Caracal - Adaptations and Facts

    by Thomas Swan17

  • Sound is a physical and psychological experience. If the brain goes without stimuli, it will produce its own in the form of hallucinations. Even deaf people experience tinnitus, but is this technically sound. This article defines sound and examines what an experience of true silence might be like.

    Does Silence Make a Sound?

    Does Silence Make a Sound?

    by JourneyHolm0

  • Learn about the different species of alligators including the only two known living species that exist today: The American Alligator and the Chinese Alligator.

    The Different Types of Alligators

    The Different Types of Alligators

    by Melanie Palen8

  • What is an ecosystem, and how does it work? This article looks at the different types of natural ecosystems and explains how they function.

    Introduction to Natural Ecosystems

    Introduction to Natural Ecosystems

    by Forthefuture64

  • Bulk flow of air in between the environment and the lungs is an important respiratory function. Coordinated, active movements of the thorax and the diaphragm, result in inspiration and expiration.

    Pulmonary Mechanics

    Pulmonary Mechanics

    by Chanaka Kahathuduwa0

  • Parthenogenesis is the development of an egg into a complete organism without the need for fertilization by a male. This process is responsible for "virgin births" in the animal world and has been recorded in several insect, amphibian, and reptilian species.

    Parthenogenesis: Virgin Births in Nature

    Parthenogenesis: Virgin Births in Nature

    by Leah Lefler21

  • Have you have considered the power potential of the human body? What about the energy stored in a raindrop? In this article I discuss five strange methods that could one day become an integral way that civilization generates electricity.

    Five Alternative Forms of Energy You Have Never Heard of

    Five Alternative Forms of Energy You Have Never Heard of

    by CWanamaker29

  • The mean average from an ungrouped frequency table can be found by following these three simple steps: Step 1. First you will need to add a new column onto the end of the frequency table. You can label this column fx as you are going to multiply...

    How to Get the Mean Average From a Frequency Table

    How to Get the Mean Average From a Frequency Table

    by Mark0

  • The Bird of Paradise is one of the most unique bird species on earth. The beauty of this bird is extraordinary. They are an example of evolutionary adaptation.

    Bird of Paradise Facts

    Bird of Paradise Facts

    by Deborah Minter0

  • Regression equations are frequently used by scientists, engineers, and other professionals to predict a result given an input. These equations have many applications and can be developed with relative ease. In this article I show you how easy it is to create a simple linear regression equation from a small set of data.

    How to Create Your Own Simple Linear Regression Equation

    How to Create Your Own Simple Linear Regression Equation

    by CWanamaker1

  • Fishing cats are wild animals that feed primarily on fish and are at ease in water. Unfortunately, their population is in trouble due to habitat destruction.

    The Fishing Cat:  A Threatened Animal of Asia

    The Fishing Cat: A Threatened Animal of Asia

    by Linda Crampton115

  • Tomatoes are nutritious fruits (or vegetables) with an interesting history, but they often lack flavor compared to tomatoes of the past. A discovery by scientists should be helpful in creating tastier fruits. Some strategies for obtaining tomatoes with a better taste already exist.

    Tomatoes: Plant Facts, Interesting History, and Fruit Flavor

    Tomatoes: Plant Facts, Interesting History, and Fruit Flavor

    by Linda Crampton48

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