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numbers in ** order** of size.
Start with the smallest number.
358
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145
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(1)
(b) Write these numbers in

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hours' week is Rs. 200. Overtimes is paid at 25% above the basic
rate. In a certain week, he worked overtime and his total was Rs. 300. He therefore, worked for a
total of (in hours):
(1) 52
(2) 56
(3) 58
(4) 62
10. On a Rs. 10, 000 payment ** order**, a person has choice between 3 successive discounts of 10%,
10% and 30% and 3 successive discounts of 40%, 5% and 5%. By choosing the better one he can
save (in Rupees):
(1) 200
(2) 255
(3) 400
(4) 433
11. Rs. 600 are divided among A, B, C so...

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Open DocumentBearing is always calculated from the north in a clockwise direction. Bearing is always a three digit numbers. Draw the following bearing of a) 0600 from A to B c) 2400 from P to Q b) 1100 from P to Q d) 3000 from X to Y. Answer the following questions. 1. The bearing of B from A is 0650. Find the bearing of A from B. 2. The bearing of Y from X is 1350. Find the bearing of X from Y. 3. The bearing of P from Q is 2200. Find the bearing of Q from P. 4...

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1.37305 m/s2 .
Explanation:
Given :
θ = 13.5◦ .
Consider the free body diagram for the
block
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A sample of blood is placed in a centrifuge
of radius 19.1 cm. The mass of a red blood
cell is 3.1 × 10−16 kg, and the ** magnitude** of
the force acting on it as it settles out of the
plasma is 6 × 10−11 N.
At how many revolutions per second should
the centrifuge be operated?
Correct answer: 160.213 rev/s.
Explanation:
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170 154 168 168 160 He calculated the mean hand span to be 20.9 cm and the range of the hand spans to be 11 cm. (a) Calculate (i) the mean height,
For Examiner's Use
Answer(a)(i) Mean = (ii) the range of the heights. Answer(a)(ii) Range = (b) In ** order** to compare the two measures, he used a scatter diagram. The first three points are plotted on the grid.
cm [2]
cm [2]
180 178 176 174 172 170 168 Height 166 (cm) 164 162 160 158 156 154 152 150 14 16 18 20 22 Hand span (cm) 24 26
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serve preconceptions about the best course of action or a self-serving interest in a particular choice.” The men were not thinking rationally and were taking money for self-serving reasons. Balance sheets and accounting practices were manipulated in ** order** to pay for their lavish lifestyles. At the time of the crimes jail time was most likely in the back of their minds. Repaying lost money to investors that was stolen was also not thought out. When managers make extremely bad decisions such as these...

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released from rest until it returned to it's original position. This was repeated three times for each alteration of variables and averaged to determine the average period of a swing for that set of variables. The 1000 gram weight was used first in ** order** to ensure that if the string would stretch, it would be done at the beginning of our experiment. The size of the swing was estimated with a meter stick after altering the length of the pendulum to keep it approximately the same.
Through out analysis...

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time periods, because it merely depens on the reaction time of the person and as a consequence, the measurements can have different results.
The distance from which the holder dropped the paper cones can be listed as an other drawback, because in ** order** to calculate the time properly, we had to place the cones higher and the height can differ from each other.
If I could repeat the experiment, I would use more professional equipments and I would be really accurate concerning datum. Having more measurements...

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subsequent stimulus? It gets higher.
Activity 5: Investigating Wave Summation
1. Is the peak force produced in the second contraction greater than that produced by the first stimulus? yes
2. Is the total force production even greater?yes.
3. In ** order** to produce smooth, sustained muscle contraction at Active Force = 2 gms, do you think you will need to increase or decrease the voltage? State your hypothesis.decrease.
4. Test your hypothesis. At what voltage were you able to achieve Active Force...

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Pendulum Problems
ACTIVITY 1: Copy and paste the example problem and the steps, so that the steps are in the correct ** order** into a new Word document and upload it to Moodle.
Example Problem 1: A hypnotist swings her watch from 20.0cm chain in front of a subject’s eyes. What is the period of the swing of the watch.
Thus, we see that the pendulum used by the hypnotist has a period of 0.898s. |
Before we can use this formula, however, we must ensure all our variables are in the correct units....

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