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Question 1 Vect°'s v1 , ~ . , v. are def1ned as. follow...

Question 1 Vect°'s v1 , ~ . , v. are def1ned as. follows: V ¡= k X j, V2 = ( i + j ) X (j + k), V3 = - k · (j + k) i. v, = i X ( j X k). Of t hese vectOfs, the ones that are equal to - i are (bl v,, v, (e) v,, v, (d) v3 , v, Question 2 The accelerat1no of a vehicle is given ...

Which equation is most likely equivalent to the following gr...

Which equation is most likely equivalent to the following graph? y = mx + b y = ax² y = sqrt(x) y = a/x Which equation is most likely equivalent to the following graph? y = mx + b y = ax² y = sqrt(x) y = a/x Which time vs speed graph could result from the following equation when ...

1. Consider the two-loop circuit shown in gure 1. The curre...

1. Consider the two-loop circuit shown in gure 1. The currents I1 and I2 (in Amps) satisfy the following system of equations: 16I1 − 9I2 = 110 20I2 − 9I1 + 110 = 0 a. Setup: Describe the setup of this problem (e.g. include a diagram of problem, a list of what is known/given and a l...

1. A student calculates the area of the lot abcd shown in pi...

1. A student calculates the area of the lot abcd shown in picture 1 as 50; 000m2. a) Setup: Describe the of the step of this problem (e.g. include a diagram of problem, a list of what is known/given and a list of what is being found). b) Calculation: is the student's answer correct answer ? If no...

Physics – Problem Set (ii) Use the relation La = (r ...

Physics – Problem Set (ii) Use the relation La = (r ⇥ P)a = ✏abcrbPc (where r = (x, y, z) and P = i~(@x, @y, @z)) together with the identity ✏abc✏ade = bdce becd (8) (most easily demonstrated by enumerating the possibilities) to show that L2 =@rr2@r r2r2 (9) and that as a result,...

There are 2 cameras located at a distance of 0.3km apart on ...

There are 2 cameras located at a distance of 0.3km apart on the roadway. A car passes by the first camera at 12:03:52 and it passes by the second camera at 12:04:01. Can you obtain the instantaneous speed at the instant 12:03:52? Or do you need more information? If so, what additional information wo...

1. A level pipeline is required to pass through a hill havin...

1. A level pipeline is required to pass through a hill having a parabolic profile described by equation 3.1. Distances in this equat on are in meters. The origin of the and coordinates is fixed at elevation zero near the base of thehill as shown in Figure 3.1 Y -0.005 X2 -0.35 X m (3.1) 3m XA ...

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