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Can't upload the picture for some reason, but it's a question from a lab. It asks to use Malus's Law with the data I gathered to check my discovery. Does that mean I just plug it in and see what I get?

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Comparing gancoli question 2-10 and question 2-11
So The first question asks how far does ball drop, and the
second 2-11 says what is the position of the ball.
Both question ignore the fact that the tower is 70 m high and
instead set y to zero. I thought for question 2-10, this was
because we were thinking bout how far e ball dropped. Pls see other
note about thos question in Physics concepts. But i realize
That is not...

Please I need a solution to this. It's related to question 7.18:
From 7.18, use wilcoxon rank sum test to determine if weight in
Ranch is generally larger (on average) to weight of deer in Zoo. I
think the data needed are just for Ranch and Zoo (excluding Wild).
The adjusted table is provided below: Ranch 120.4, 91.0, 119.6,
119.4, 150.0, 169.7, 100.9, 76.1 and Zoo: 103.1, 90.7, 129.5, 75.8,
182.5, 76.8 , 87 .3, 77 .3. The full table...

The director of marketing for Starr Computer Co., Megan Hewitt,
had the following discussion with the company controller, Cam
Morley, on July 26 of the current year: Megan: Cam, it looks like
I'm going to spend much less than indicated on my July budget. Cam:
I'm glad to hear it. Megan: Well, I'm not so sure it's good news.
I'm concerned that the president will see that I'm under budget and
reduce my budget in the future. The only reason...

QUESTION 1
Right now I am in the beautiful city of Vancouver, Canada but
can't enjoy my time here since I have to put the homework online
for you to learn. There is a place called Grouse Mountain which has
a very nice view of the whole city at night and a few good
restaurants. There are a lot of tourists like myself. I would like
to know what is the proportion of the
tourists are from the USA?
Suppose...

Excel Lab 2: Regression and Goal Seek
In this lab, you will use Excel to determine the equation of the
model which best fits a set of ordered pairs
obtained from data sets. You will enter data, graph the data, find
the equation for the regression model,
and then use that equation to make predictions for the dependent
variable. You will use the goal seek to make
predictions for the independent variable. Then you will consider
how accurate your predictions...

please use Projectile simulator, for the Lab Projectile Motion
in 2-D and answer question below
14. Solve for t. [Hint, you can factor one of
the variables.]
15. What is the smaller answer referring
to?
Given that your larger answer should be the time it takes to land,
use that in your x-position equation, i.e. rewrite your equation
for x, replacing t with what you got in #14.
16. How far does it travel in the x-direction
before it lands?...

PHILOSOPHY
6. Lisa has become very cold. She can hardly walk out of bed.
Lisa's friend Jasmin advises her to drink a tea made of birch
leaves, which according to Jasmin himself often healed her own
colds. To their surprise, Lisa becomes healthy after drinking birch
leaves for just three days. She therefore thanks Jasmin and states
that the birch tree tea has cured the cold. Does Lisa have a good
reason to draw this conclusion? Is her conclusion reasonable?...

Looking at my answers, I was am always off buy about range of .1
to .4 from the correct answer that is stated. I am having a really
tough time trying to figure out how to get my number to be exactly
like what is shown as correct so I need a little help with figuring
out what I am doing wrong. Here is an example of a question I just
cant seem to figure out. I'll show all my...

The weak law of large numbers states that the mean of a sample
is a consistent estimator of the mean of the population. That is,
as we increase the sample size, the mean of the sample converges in
probability to the expected value of the distribution that the data
comes from, provided that expected value is finite. Consider a
numerical example, a Student t distribution with n = 5, the same as
we have already seen earlier in this module....

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Overview:
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This lab will consist of several independent exercises that
must all use recursion to solve various problems.
Some problems will have fairly short solutions, but declaring
and using classes/objects is still required.
Some could benefit from having some kind of data structure
being passed between calls. Feel free to use your LinkedList if you
think it could help.
Some solutions will be a mix of iteration and recursion, but
all solution need to be recursive in some...

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