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The address bus of a computer is 16 bits wide and the data

Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications | 6th Edition | ISBN: 9780133116649 | Authors: Allan R. Hambley ISBN: 9780133116649 150

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Problem P8.7

The address bus of a computer is 16 bits wide and the data bus is 32 bits wide. How many bytes does the memory potentially contain?

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CHEMISTRY 100-002 Study Guide Exam 2 Questions: 1) Classify each compound as Ionic or Molecular then name the compound a) NaNO _____________ ________________________________ 3 b) NO 3 _____________ ________________________________ c) CaCO 3 _____________ ________________________________ 2) What is the molar mass of Sucrose (C H O12 22 11 3) Balance the following EQ: a) _______ C 5 12 + _______ O 2  _______ CO 2 + H O2 b) Using the now balanced EQ, if there were 144g of C H 5 12How many moles of that substance are there c) How many moles of CO will2be produced d) How many GRAMS of CO will b2 produced 4) Draw the lewis structure for a silicon atom. 5) Draw the Lewis Structure for CHCl whe3e (C is the central atom) 6) Draw the Lewis Structure for CaF 2 24 7) How many Grams will you have if you have 1.89 x 10 atoms of Potassium 8) How many Moles are in 2.89 grams or Sulfur Hexafluoride + 9) How many grams of Ag in 4.77 moles of AgNO 3 10) Balance the following EQ: ______ KOH + ______H PO 3 4  ______ K 3O 4 + ______ H O2 a) How many moles of H PO wer3 ne4ded to produce 0.175 mol K PO 3 4 11) Use the following EQ to find the mass of CaCO needed 3o produce 24.4g of CO 2 CaCO  3aO + CO 2 12) What is the molecular formula for Chromium (III) Carbonate 2- a) Given 1.22 moles of Chromium (III) Carbonate how many moles of CO 3 are there 2- b) Given 7.05 moles of CO 3 how many moles of Chromium (III) Carbonate are present 13) What is the molecular formula of Sulfur Dioxide a) If you have 2.27 mol SO how 2any GRAMS of sulfur is present b) If you have 3.06 g SO how2many moles of O are present 14) What is the Chemical Formula for Cobalt (III) Bromide a) Given 3.15 mol Br how many moles of Cobalt (III) Bromide do you have b) Given 4.53 mol Cobalt (III) Bromide, how many moles of Br are present 15) Use the following EQ to solve a. H 2 I 22 HI a) Given 0.888g of HI how many grams of I are pre2ent 16) How many moles of each substance are present in the following chemical reaction FeCl 2 2 AgNO  Fe3NO ) + 2A3 2 17) Balance the following EQ: _____ Cl + ______ H O  _____ HCl + ______ HClO 2 2 3 18) Given this EQ, 12 HClO + P4O 4 10 4 H 3O +46 Cl O 2 7 there are 2 moles of P 4 10 a) How many moles of HClO is pres4nt b) How many moles of H PO is present 3 4 c) How many moles of Cl O is p2e7ent **BONUS** Answer Key: 1) a. Ionic Sodium Nitrate b. Molecular Nitrogen Tetroxide c. Ionic Calcium Carbonate 2) 342.176 g 3) a. 72.170 g b. 1.99 mol c. 10 mol d.>>>>>> 4) 5) 6) 7) 122.709 g 22 8) 1.22 x 10 Molecules + 9) 514.54 g of Ag 10) 3 KOH + H PO3 4 PO 3 3 4 O 2 a. 0.175 mol H 3O 4 11) 55.5 g CaCO 3 12) Cr (CO ) 2 3 3 a) 3.66 mol CO 3 b) 2.35 mol Cr (2O )3 3 13) SO 2 a) 72.7762g Sulfur b) 0.096 mol Oxygen 14) CoBr3 a) 1.05 mol CoBr 3 b) 13.59 mol Br 15) a) 112.69 g I 2 16) 1 mole Iron (II) Chloride 2 mol Silver nitrate 1 mol Iron (II) Nitrate 2 mol Silver chloride 17) 3 Cl +23 H O 25 HCl + 1 HClO 3 18) 24 mol HClO / 8 4ol H PO 3 4 / 12 mol P O4 10 **BONUS Answer**

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Textbook: Electrical Engineering: Principles & Applications
Edition: 6
Author: Allan R. Hambley
ISBN: 9780133116649

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