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# Theory and ExamplesThe zipper theorem Prove the “zipper

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Problem 106E

Problem 106E

Theory and Examples

The zipper theorem Prove the “zipper theorem” for sequences: If {an} and{ bn }both converge to L, then the sequence

a 1, b1, a2 , b2 , …. , an , bn , …..

converges to L.

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Chapter 9: November 5, 2015 Aqueous Reactions 1. Some ionic compounds and molecular acids dissociate and ionize respectively in H2​ to form ions a. ionic compounds: solubility rules (see slide 9 from presentation) b. molecular acids: acid strength → strong acids 2. Precipitation Reactions: occurs when you take two solutions, mix them, and a solid is created; this solid is known as tprecipitate a. this solid must be insoluble in2​​ i. to determine this, go back to the solubility rules! 3. Ex: KI (aq) + Pb(NO​3​2 ​) ​ To see if this reaction is possible and determine products: a. Are the reactants soluble in 2​ ​Check the solubility rules, KI­yes, lead ni

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