2. Potentially Toxic Elements
2. POTENTIALLY TOXIC ELEMENTS:
SOURCES,
PATHWAYS,
THROUGH URBAN WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
AND
FATE
The aim is to reduce inputs of pollutants entering the wastewater system to background
levels because this represents the m
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Exercise 3.3
y=( 4 x 3 x 2+ 1 ) 4 ,
1.
4 x 3
w=
dy
dx
)[
1
3
4 2 x3
3 x 21
1
2
+1+ 3(12 X 2+ )
2
x
x
dy
=4
dx
(
d w=
4 2 x3
3 x 21
(
(
dw=
2.
y= ( 3 t 22 t +1 ) (t 21) ,
dy
dt
4.
y=
[ 3t 42 t 3+t 23 t 2+2 t 1 ] 1
2
dy
=(1/2)(3 t 42 t 32t 21)1/2(12 t 36 t
Exercise 4.3 First Derivative Test
y=f (x)=x 3 +3 x 22
1.
Solution:
dy
dx
2
= -3 x
+6x
dy
dx
Interval
X<0
X=0
0<x<2
X=2
x>2
X
-1
0
1
2
3
Critical
Numbers
=0
Value of
f(x)
0
2
-2
0
2
Value of f
(x)
Conclusio
n
2
0 3(x 2 x )
=
3
3
2
0 = x -2x
2
1 = x -2x+1
3.4 Higher order derivatives
1.
y=
1
2
+2 x , find
3
x
3
y '=x +2 x
dy
dx
d2 y
and d x 2
2
4
y=3 x +4 x
y'=
2.
y=
y =4 (
1
+1)
x5
3
+4 x
x4
t
t+1
( t+1 )( 1 )t (1 )
(t +1 )2
y =
( t +1 )2 ( 0 )1.2(t+ 1)(1)
( t+1 )2
1
( t+1 )2
y =
2(t +1)
( t+1 ) 4
y =
2
(
Exercise 3.6 Rate of change
y=
1.Solution:
s'(t) = 300 - 2(4.9)t
a.) s'(2) = 300 - 2(4.9)(2)
= 280.4
m
s
y=
25
5 ( 34 )
y=
5
4
b.) max height is when velocity is =
0
0 = 300 - 2(4.9)t
t= 30.6122449s
sub that into s(t)
c.) 0 = 300t - 4.9 t
0 = -4.9 t
2
II. Materials
Float Switch
-A float switch is a device used to detect the level of liquid within a tank. The switch
may be used in a pump, an indicator, an alarm, or other devices. (Fig.1)
Figure 1. Float Switch.
12 Gauge Wire/Wire
- Is a single, usually
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A NEW REAL-TIME WEATHER MONITORING
AND FLOOD WARNING APPROACH
by
ILSE ELIZABETH GAYL
B. A., University of Colorado, 1979
M. A., University of Colorado, 1983
A thesis submitted to the
Faculty of the Graduate School of the
University of Colorado
CEE 320 Discussion
10/1/2012
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to a volumetric flask and bringing the final volume to 1.00 L by adding
water having a phosphate concentration of 1.0 mg/L. What is t
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The sum of the terms of a sequence is called a series.
While some sequences are simply random values,
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PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
A. Introduction
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CHAPTER 1
PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND
A. Introduction
Serious climate results from changing our weekend arrangements to activating
different debacles, across the board, demise and pulverization of property because of
flooding, flames, malady and starvation
Geometric Sequences Problems with Solutions
Problems and exercises involving geometric sequences, along with detailed solutions and
answers, are presented.
REVIEW OF GEOMETRIC SEQUENCES
The sequence shown below
2 , 8 , 32 , 128 , .
has been obtained start
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Chapter II
Methodology
This methodology has an important role in implementing this research study
accordingly. Thus, the details of the methodology are explained in this chapter.
I. Project description
The main focus of the project is to create a flood al
Chapter II
Methodology
This methodology has an important role in implementing this research study
accordingly. Thus, the details of the methodology are explained in this chapter.
I. Project description
The main focus of the project is to create a flood al
Geometric Sequences Problems with Solutions
Problems and exercises involving geometric sequences, along with detailed solutions and
answers, are presented.
REVIEW OF GEOMETRIC SEQUENCES
The sequence shown below
2 , 8 , 32 , 128 , .
has been obtained start
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Date:_
Course/Year/ Section:_
Prof.:_
1.
Find the terms a2, a3, a4 and a5 of a geometric sequence if a1 = 10 and the common ratio r = - 1.
2.
Find the 10 th term of a geometric sequence if a1 = 45 and the common ration r = 0.2.
3.
Find a20 of a geom
CHAPTER 3
METHODOLOGY
In this chapter, the researcher presents the kind of methods of research that he
decided to use, the sampling design and the data gathering procedure, the instruments
and the formula for the statistical treatment to be used.
The Rese