Homework Help

You have a question? We have the answer.

Whether you’re stuck on a tough problem or just trying to understand a concept better, getting homework help has never been easier. With our suite of study tools, you can now get 24/7 support for any and every subject question.

Say goodbye to all your homework troubles with instant study help from bartleby!

TRY IT TODAY!

Search. Solve. Succeed.

Textbook Solutions

Access 2+ million textbooks with step-by-step solutions with thousands more added every single day in 30 subjects (and growing).*

Ask our experts your toughest homework or study questions any time and get back a detailed solution in as fast as 30 minutes.**

Math Solver

Snap and solve math problems with your phone or enter them into our web calculator to get instant, detailed solutions.

Popular Q&A Homework Questions

Find answers to questions asked by students like you.

Free Expert Answers

What Does “Mucho Gusto” Mean?
Answer –The Spanish phrase “Mucho gusto” means “Nice to meet you”. The verb “gustar” means “to like”. When it is conjugated for the singular first person, it becomes “gusto” (I like). The word “mucho” means “much”.

What is 32 Divided by 8?
Answer –32 divided by 8 is 4. In order to divide numbers by one another, one must know the times tables. This is because the division function is the opposite of multiplication. For instance, since 2 × 3 = 6, 2 = 6/3 (or 6 ÷ 3).

How Many Electrons Does Bromine Have?
Answer –Bromine, in its neutral atomic state, has 35 electrons. The element is a halogen and can be found in Group 17 of the periodic table. Since its atomic number is 35, it has 35 protons and hence 35 electrons in its neutral atomic state.

What is 56 Divided by 2?
Answer –56 divided by 2 is 28. The problem can be solved using the long division method, where 56 is the divisor and 2 is the dividend. Each digit of the number is separately divided by 2, going from left to right.

What is the Molar Mass of Aluminum?
Answer –The molar mass of aluminum is 26.9815 g. For any substance (element or compound), the molar mass is the mass of that substance in grams divided by its quantity in moles.

Do Endocytosis and Exocytosis Require Energy?
Answer –The cellular processes of endocytosis and exocytosis require energy as they are both forms of active transport. In this type of transport, the movement of substances usually takes place against the concentration gradient, requiring the cell to expend energy.


Best Essays for Writing Inspiration


More Resources

Mobile App

Study on the go. Maximize your study time and get homework help anytime, anywhere with the Bartleby app.

Download on the App store
Get it on google play

Literature Guides

Get access to the comprehensive, cover-to-cover literary analysis of classic and contemporary texts. We break things down to the basics, so you can digest what you’re reading and learn more, faster. You’ll look like an expert because, now, you’ll BE an expert.

View Lit Guides

Student Reviews

4.6
Based on 2,323 Reviews
anonymous
December 2, 2021

very helpful! thanks a lot!

Kuldeep Pawar
December 2, 2021

It is excellent platform for the homework help !!

Carson Hawkins
December 2, 2021

Amazing and thorough answer. Very well done. Lots of explanation.

hi hi
December 1, 2021

detailed explanation

Matata Kole
December 1, 2021

Awesome! Just awesome

Sally
December 1, 2021

Thank you for detail explaination!

Omar Lara
December 1, 2021

They answer fast and correct, a game changer!

Lindsey Whidden
December 1, 2021

You’re so smart! Ya

Bananas
December 1, 2021

correct! thank you, alternative answer could also be 7.36 x 10^-3 micrograms, both answers would be correct (equivalent) or you could put 0.00734 micrograms

Stephen Tammearu
November 30, 2021

Easy to follow and understand.

R Neal
November 30, 2021

Thorough and easy to follow. I’ve been stuck in this for weeks!

Charvass Taylor
November 30, 2021

Prompted and correct. Thank you so much for all your help.