Rustic reclaimed pallet wood fish tank stand

PS. you let the tank filter and run for a while before you put the fish back in
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The purpose of this task is to provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate that they can interpret within a given context the meaning of whole number quotients. Since this particular context is an asymmetric model of multiplication, there are two distinct interpretations of the quotients that can arise.The given context is an asymmetric model of multiplication in the sense that 4 tanks with 3 fish per tank is different than 3 tanks with 4 fish per tank, even though in both cases there are a total of 12 fish. The convention used here is that the number of groups is listed first and the number of objects in each group is listed second, although in this case the context determines whether 3 or 4 is the group (respectively, number of objects in each group). Although these terms are not mentioned in the standards, the number of groups is sometimes called the multiplier and the number of objects in each group is called the mutiplicand.Note: It is important that students can make sense of both of these interpretations of division arising from a single multiplication context with the factors and quotients all whole numbers. These interpretations will be extended to contexts with fractions and decimal in later grades.
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You should keep the tank light on a maximum of 12 hours every day. In reality you can probably do with much less. Remember that the light in the fish tank is for you, not the fish. The moderate lighting of daylight is plenty for them, and about what they would experience in the wild. If there is nobody home there is no point in having the light on. You can keep the light off while you are work or at school, and turn it on when you come home at night. That’s cool I started the fish tank today about 50 gallons and we are getting the fish tomorrow
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Bacteria called nitrobacter will develop and they will convert the nitrites into . Nitrates are not as harmful to tropical fish as ammonia or nitrites, but nitrate is still harmful in large amounts. The quickest way to rid your aquarium of nitrates is to perform partial . Once your tank is established you will need to monitor your tank water for high nitrate levels and perform partial water changes as necessary.
Soon, bacteria called nitrosomonas will develop and they will oxidize the ammonia in the tank, essentially eliminating it. The byproduct of ammonia oxidation is . So we no longer have ammonia in the tank, but we now have another toxin to deal with - Nitrites. Nitrites are just as toxic to tropical fish as ammonia. If you have a test kit, you should be able to see the nitrite levels rise around the end of the first or second week.There really is a reason that I harp on about not letting the petstore's water into your tank. The pet store has a lot of fish comingin and going out, and can easily get a in the water that is just waiting fora stressed out fish to attack. By keeping as little of the store'swater from mixing with yours, you minimize the chances of your fishcatching one of these diseases. The fewer diseases you get in yourtank, the less money you spend on .