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Rexus

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About Rexus

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    Meson
  • Birthday January 30

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  • Interests
    Sitting around doing nothing in particular, videogaming...
  • College Major/Degree
    BS in Pharmacy
  • Favorite Area of Science
    Physics
  • Biography
    Tainted by OCD and Hyperhidrosis
  • Occupation
    Student
  1. Thanks for the reply. I'm doing this for personal knowledge. I already finished my accounting degree and I'm just doing this to have my mind work in new ways. So... Pre-Algebra > Algebra > Pre-Calculus > Calculus I > Calculus II (is there a Calculus III) > Geometry > Trigonometry? Is this order about right? I want to get a good Math foundation to venture further into Physics then Chemistry. Thanks again.
  2. As in the subject Pre-Algebra Pre-Calculus Calculus I Geometry etc. I will order them as a part of the Demystified series (with quizzes and tests) I really wanna get good at Maths Thanks
  3. insane_alien, what do the advisers say? Do they say it's more dangerous than what class C signifies? Coming from someone who tried both alcohol and cannabis a good while back (don't plan on doing it anymore though), I've found that alcohol much more effective on the senses and emotions.
  4. Thanks for your reply. I don't understand how to find one. What I do know is that the limiting reagent is the reactant that's consumed first and thus it signals the end of the product sum that can be formed. Much thanks again.
  5. So I just recently started properly reading and studying into the science subjects, and up now is Chemistry. I am using Zumdahl's book as my crutch. I am somewhat confused on the issue of limiting reagents (under Stoichiometry) and was wondering if anyone could make it clearer. I googled it, and sites like Wikipedia made me somehow more confused. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Limiting_reagent In the first example, why does it feel to me like a given was missing? And in the second example, where did we get the 157.9g from? Much thanks for the help.
  6. There was this game called Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. The game creators knew what we knew not. Hawt
  7. well we've seen humans with extra toes and deformations (from the norm), so I doubt this is a new thing on dolphins... There were proly dolphins out there with such disfiguration but we just never saw it...
  8. ceasing to exist will be a result of our own hands. the japanese will create a super mecha godjera and the US will retaliate with the clint eastwood clones and then we'll die. imo
  9. "the indium phosphide was spiked with aluminum gallium indium arsendide to give it added speed." *brain seizure
  10. liek, what if they're already being used in suicide bombers? </ends sarcasm> But now that I think of it, hmm...
  11. My advice to you: just see a doctor so that he'll put your worries to rest
  12. ^I took Tae Kwan Do haha that was fun... and weird
  13. Well, it's the only site pertaining to my country, so that's why I listed it as the only option. Thanks for the advice; I'll take it into consideration. And I've always wanted a smaller screen but was afraid of having eye trouble.
  14. GABA is an effective way to increase growth hormone levels and AST makes a high-quality product. Can anyone tell me if this means it induces bodily hair growth, since I really wouldn't like that (who would rly)?
  15. I'm taking it Shared is the opposite of seperate? I'll see to it. The VAIOs look attractive.
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