Is the following compound a molecular formula, empirical formula, or both? C5H10O5
A) molecular formula
B) empirical formula
C) both

For a rectangle, the formula for area would be: Rectangle: Area = Length X Width A = lw

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Is the following compound a molecular formula, empirical formula, or both? C5H10O5
A) molecular formula
B) empirical formula
C) both

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User: Is the following compound a molecular formula, empirical formula, or both? C5H10O5
A) molecular formula
B) empirical formula
C) both

Weegy: For a rectangle, the formula for area would be: Rectangle: Area = Length X Width A = lw Expert answered|fafany0o|Points 10|

User: Is the following compound a molecular formula, empirical formula, or both? C5H10O5 A) molecular formula B) empirical formula C) both

Weegy: For a rectangle, [ the formula for area would be: Rectangle: Area = Length X Width A = lw [ ] The number on the open (or Larger) side of the bracket is always larger than the smaller side (point) Thus 3 2 means 7 is greater than 2.
5>9 would be incorrect, as 5 is not greater than 9. ] Expert answered|fafany0o|Points 10|