SuperSaiyan3

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Planck's, Faraday's, sigma, Mew zero,... etc

I've noticed that they were always given in the passages, but today, for one of the Kaplan practice passages, they did not give me the Faraday's constant: 94500. They expected me to know it.

This is unrealistic, and unpractical.
 
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Speed of Sound
Coulomb's Constant
Speed of Light
Gravity
Elementary Charge

those are the only ones I can think of, any other variables you should be given, planks, faraday will be given.
 

wanderer

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Elementary Charge

those are the only ones I can think of, any other variables you should be given, planks, faraday will be given.
Also keep in mind that Faraday's constant = charge of e- times number of e- in a mole
96500 C/mol = 1.6*10-19 C/e- * 6.02 *10 ^ 23 e-/mol


Know how to relate constants.