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% Prob. 8 a=2;b=5;c=8; y=a*(b/c) y = 1.25 % Prob. 9 % Let Pe/Po=pr k=1.4; pr=0.1 psi=sqrt(k/(k-1))*sqrt(pr^(2/k)-pr^((k+1)/k)) pr=0.2 psi=sqrt(k/(k-1))*sqrt(pr^(2/k)-pr^((k+1)/k)) pr=0.3 psi=sqrt(k/(k-1))*sqrt(pr^(2/k)-pr^((k+1)/k))
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Unformatted text preview: pr=0.4 psi=sqrt(k/(k-1))*sqrt(pr^(2/k)-pr^((k+1)/k)) pr = 0.1 psi = 0.25078 0.2 0.3598 0.3 0.42711 0.4 0.46663...
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2010 for the course ENME 271 taught by Professor Marks during the Summer '08 term at Maryland.

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