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### HW2_ENFP300_2012

Course: PHYSICS 270, Spring 2012
School: Maryland
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300 Due ENFP date: 02/23/2012 (Quiz 2) HW #2 Please remember to use the FIND, GIVEN, SKETCH, ASSUMPTIONS, ANALYSIS, DISCUSSION approach Problems 1. Some animals can take advantage of the Bernoulli effect to improve their living conditions. A prairie dog burrow usually consists of a tunnel with 2 entrances. One of the entrances is flat, while the second one is typically located at a mound as shown in the figure....

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Maryland - PHYSICS - 270
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