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##### Solve the following inequalities. Graph each solution set and write it in interval notation. $$-5 x+4 \geq-4(x-1)$$
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##### (a) Three long: parallel conductors carrying equal currents of [ = 1.50 A are placed at the top two corners of a square and at the middle of the bottom edge of the square as shown in figure (a). What is the magnetic field produced by these currents at the center of the square? (b) Another conductor of length 5.00 m carrying 2.00 A of current is placed at the center of the square calculate the magnitude and direction of the magnetic force on the conductor placed at the center: Assume the square h
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##### You are the foreman of the Bar-S cattle ranch in Colorado. Aneighboring ranch has calves for sale, and you are going to buysome calves to add to the Bar-S herd. How much should a healthycalf weigh? Let x be the age of the calf (inweeks), and let y be the weight of the calf (inkilograms).x349162636y445375100150200Complete parts (a) through (e),given Î£x = 94, Î£y = 622, Î£x2 = 2334, Î£y2 = 82,870, Î£xy = 13,719, and r â‰ˆ 0.9986.(a) Draw a scatter diagram displaying the data.(b) Verify the givens
You are the foreman of the Bar-S cattle ranch in Colorado. A neighboring ranch has calves for sale, and you are going to buy some calves to add to the Bar-S herd. How much should a healthy calf weigh? Let x be the age of the calf (in weeks), and let y be the weight of the calf (in kilograms). x 3 4 ...
##### Suppose that we begin observing a renewal process at some point in time at which a failure did NOT occur. The distribution of the time to first failure is then different from the distribution of times between all other events_ Find the CDF of the time to the first failure in terms of the CDF F(x) of the times between failures: (The renewal process like this is called a modified renewal process (see Cox & Miller (1965) and Cox and Lewis (1966).)
Suppose that we begin observing a renewal process at some point in time at which a failure did NOT occur. The distribution of the time to first failure is then different from the distribution of times between all other events_ Find the CDF of the time to the first failure in terms of the CDF F(x) of...
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##### Find the area of surface generated by revolving the region bounded by 1/4x^2 and the lines y= 1 and y =2 about the y axis.
Find the area of surface generated by revolving the region bounded by 1/4x^2 and the lines y= 1 and y =2 about the y axis....
##### What is the output?int x;Suppose that the input is : 14 45 34 11 -99Show what is output by the following segment of code : scanf(“ %d”,&x);while (x != -99){if ( x % 2 = = 0){if (!stack.isFullStack())stack.push(x);}else printf(“x = %d ”,x);scanf(“ %d”,&x);}printf(“Stack Elements : “);while (!stack.isEmptyStack()){printf(“%d ”, stack.top());stack.pop();}
What is the output? int x; Suppose that the input is : 14 45 34 11 -99 Show what is output by the following segment of code : scanf(“ %d”,&x); while (x != -99) { if ( x % 2 = = 0) { if (!stack.isFullStack()) stack.push(x); } else printf(“x = %d\n”,x); ...