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  1. I would. Bell has had an amazing year and probably will continue to but gronk...

    3 Answers · Sports · 03/10/2014

  2. ... and Ball as your RBs...you can use Tate or Bell as your FLEX players depending on week to week ...

    4 Answers · Sports · 16/09/2014

  3. That's not unreasonable. It weakens your RBs a bit, but strengthens your WRs more. You'll also be able to pick up a FA.

    1 Answers · Sports · 16/09/2014

  4. ... metal needs at least U = mgh = 0.366kg*4.1m*9.8 m/s^2 = 14.7 J of energy to reach the bell with zero speed. So if this is 26.6% of the hammer's KE then...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/07/2015

  5. ... by Harvard professor Richard J. Herrnstein in 1994. The name of the book...39;', which is colloquially called a ''bell curve''. It's central topic is ...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 26/10/2009

  6. ...x^2) dx = ∫(-∞ to ∞) e^(-y^2) dy, via dummy variable change. So, we have J = I^2 ...= ∫(-∞ to ∞) e^(-x^2) dx * ∫(-∞ to ∞) e^(-y^2) dy, ...= ∫(-∞ to...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/11/2013

  7. Yes. I like andre over Harvin and Gearhart is the lone RB with an offense that could improve with borttles at QB

    2 Answers · Sports · 30/09/2014

  8. I'd do it. Deandre Hopkins had been te Texan's no. 1 receiver, Andre Johnson hasn't done anything worth noting. Forsett has also been a hot pick up lately and Jordan...

    1 Answers · Sports · 29/09/2014

  9. Majority of the players on your line up is under-performing. That's the problem. Ertz has played on a high number of snaps, but not involved as much in the offense. Your RBs have...

    3 Answers · Sports · 29/09/2014

  10. Now then, we have: I= ∫ e^(-x²).dx ( Limits of integration: x₂=∞ and x₁=-∞ ) Also we can write: I= ∫ e^(-y²).dy ( Limits of integration: y₂=∞ and y₁=-∞ ) Therefore: I²= [ ∫ e...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/11/2013

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