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... Mirror Equation:

**1**/f =**1**/**do**+**1**/di Where f= the focal length,**do**= the...**1**.43cm Magnification = hi/ho = - di /**do**Magnification =**1**.43cm / 3.99cm = - (8.86cm)/ (24.7cm) Magnification...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/04/2014

...3 * (t -

**1**.6) >>> dog took less time d (dog) = d (man) 3.3 * (t -**1**.6) = 0.**99***t 3.3 t - 5.28 = 0.**99**t 2.31 t = 5.28 t = 2.286 s d = 0.**99***2.286 = 2.011...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/02/2008

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**99**(meters per second per second = m/s^2) Force =**1**.61x10+3 x 1500 / 4.**99**= 484x10+3 Newtons Power = Force x Velocity so...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/05/2011

...f^2 =

**1**/(4π^2 * L * C ) f = √(**1**/(4π^2 ***1**x 10^-6 ***1**x 10^-6)) = 159.154 kHz b)XL = 2π * f * L = 0.**99**ohms XC = XL = 0.**99**ohms2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/07/2011

... on the train, and the train is moving at

**99**% of the speed of light relative to you, and it is .... I agree that it would be approximately**1**/7 as long as it would be when stationary next to you.1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/11/2012

♠ lets calculate! The mass of relativistic coin would be m= m0/(

**1**-(v/c)^2) =m0/√(**1**-0.999^2) =m0*22.4, where m0 is mass of a non-relativistic...7 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/06/2007

Nucleus made up of protons and neutrons which each have a relative mass of

**1**. Electrons have a relative mass of like**1**/1820 so near enough 0.2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 31/12/2012

...original decay formula becomes, A = Ao(e^-0.19254t) If

**99**% of the sample will decay, it means that A =**1**% of Ao, hence your formula will be 0.01Ao = Ao(e^-(0...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/06/2008

No. There is actually a continuum of worlds in MWI with different parts being more or less correlated, not a discrete integer number as you imply. The idea of us being in a discrete world is illusory since the...

5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 31/05/2007

Bill has

**done**most of the work. You can however solve the equations in a much simpler manner. Given 0.**99**/ r^2 =**1**/ (r+h)^2 then (r+h)^2 / r^2 =**1**/ 0.**99**(r+h) / r =**1**+ h/r =**1**/ sqrt(0.**99**...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/06/2009