EquationsforPHYSICS

# EquationsforPHYSICS - N L =(1 N Li 1(10 L =(1(10.3049 m 1 N...

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L = (1/ N ) L i 1 N å L = (1/(10)) (.3049 m ) 1 (10) å W = (1/ N ) W i 1 N å W = (1/(10)) (.2282 m ) 1 10 å σ L n - 1 = 1/( N - 1) ( L i - L ) 2 1 N å σ L (10) - 1 = 1/((10) - 1) ((.3049 m ) - .(3053 m )) 2 1 (10) å σ W n - 1 = 1/( N - 1) ( W i - W ) 2 1 N å σ W (10) - 1 = 1/((10) - 1) ((.2282 m ) - (.2286 m )) 2 1 (10) å α L = s L n - 1 N α L = - 4 (8.2 · 10 m ) 10 α W = s W n - 1 N α W = (6.6 · - 4 10 m ) 10 A = L · W A = (.3053 m ) · (.2286 m )

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α A = 2 L 2 a w + 2 W 2 a L α A = 2 (.3053
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