answers - I think the formula should be: W = 91.4:...

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I think the formula should be: W = 91.4- : Minneapolis: t=10, v=15 W = 91.4- : W = 91.4- : W = 91.4- : W = 91.4- : W = 91.4- : W = 91.4 - 109.89 : W = -18.5 degrees wind chill : : Chicago: t=20, v=25 W = 91.4- : W = 91.4- : W = 91.4- : 1
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W = 91.4- : W = 91.4- : W = 91.4 - 106.29 : W = -14.88 degrees wind chill : It's a little colder in Minneapolis, but I doubt if one could notice it R=(0.75v/pi)^1/3 solve for v .75=3/4 r=(3/4v/pi) r^3=3/4v/pi pi*r^3=3/4v 4/3pi*r^3=v which is the normal formula for volume of a sphere. 4/3pi*r^3=32pi/3 multiply both sides by 3 and divide by pi 4pi*r^3=32pi 4r^3=32 r^3=8 r=2 2
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using the equation: r=(s/p)^1/n-1 --------- r = (24780/10000)^(1/(5-1) --- r = 2.478T(1/4) r = 1.2546. ..% ====================== I am assuming s = 24780 and p = 10000 ====================== Area = (1/2)*base*height = (1/2)*(sqrt(30))*sqrt(6) = (1/2)*(sqrt(180)) = (1/2)*sqrt(9*4*5) = (1/2)*6sqrt(5) = 3sqrt(5) sq. meters ====================== You need to clarify this problem. I simply don't understand what the problem is getting at. Specifically, I don't understand what the statement below means, especially how the "sun to Jupiter" fits in: 3
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"Use the information given here 29.46 years,11.83 sun to jupiter, and 5.2 AU I do know the following: 1 AU is the distance from the earth to the sun---about 93 million miles. Knowing the radius of the orbit of venus(0.723AU given by the problem) we can calculate the distance that venus must travel to complete the orbit (assuming a circular orbit which it is not). That would be pi*r^2. We could next find the mass of venus (internet); apply some
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This note was uploaded on 08/29/2010 for the course ENGINEERIN 305 taught by Professor Martincandell during the Spring '10 term at Rio Hondo College.

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