Right before the credits roll Doc and Babe are in a foxhole and then the camera pans out and shows blood on the snow infront of the foxhole and bootprints going out into the field. Anybody know what thats from?
At which temperature, in K, assuming constant pressure, is the volume of a fixed mass of gas at 127 Â°C doubled?
Can someone explain the reasoning behind the answer?
Thanks in advance!
Vector A has a magnitude of 6.0m and points 30 degrees north of east. Vector B has a magnitude of 4.0m and points 30 degrees west of north. The resultant vector R=A+B is given by:
The answer is 7.2m at an angle of 26 degrees north of east.
My work: A= 30 degrees (+)
B= -30...
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a coffee shop collected the following information regarding purchases from 120 of its customers.
74 purchased coffee.
46 purchased donuts.
25 purchased coffee and donuts.
74 isn't right
Tried this a million times & I m stuck.
The heat of vaporization for benzaldehyde is 48.8 kJ/mol, and its normal boiling point is 451.0 K. Use this information to determine benzaldehydeâ€™s vapor pressure (in torr) at 60.5Â°C. Report your answer to three significant digits
The setting is that a group of students are deciding whether to study for a test or not. There are five students. They all know what their grade will be if they study, and what their grade will be if they donâ€™t. The table below reports these potential outcomes (y_1i andy_0i), along with their actual study decisions (D=1 or D=0).
1.What is the...
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The question is #83 in the practice problems.
"An actuary models the lifetime of a device using the random variable Y = 10X^0.8, where X is an exponential random variable with mean 1. Let f(y) be the density function for Y. Determine f(y), for y > 0"
I understand the solution, but I don't quite get what the problem in my original...
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