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amii:
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Can anyone help me with this?
A model of seasonal growth is given by
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A tank originally holds 500 gal of sugar water with a concentration 1/10 lb/gal. At t=0, there starts a flow of sugar water into the tank wi…
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When two chemicals are combined, the rate at which the new compound is formed is modeled by the autonomous differential equation
dX/dt = …
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the density of oxygen gas at 293k and 3atm pressure is nearly
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What is the behavior of capacitor in DC circuit?
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"A 'purely capacitive' circuit is a theoretical, or 'ideal', circuit, in which the resistance and inductance of the circuit is ignored, and …
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In acid and bases lab report I have been confused by ending point and equivalent point. What is the difference between these two?
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ok, so sorry, buuuuut..... I need help with this desperately...
2. Methane (CH4), ammonia (NH3), and oxygen (O2) can react to form hydrogen…
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