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A set of blocks contains blocks of heights 1, 2, and 4 centimeters. Imagine constructing towers by piling blocks of different heights directly on top of one another. (A tower of height 6 cm could be obtained using six 1 cm blocks, three 2 cm blocks, one 2 cm block with one 4 cm block on top, one 4 cm block with one 2 cm block on top, and so forth.) Let

t_{n}

be the number of ways to construct a tower of height *n*
cm using blocks from the set. (Assume an unlimited supply of blocks
of each size.) Find a recurrence relation for

t_{1}, t_{2},
t_{3}, .

For each integer,

n ≥ 5,

t_{n} =

Answer #1

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terrible quarrel. Now they want to jump away from one another so
that the distance between them will be as large as possible. The
distance between blocks numbered J and K, where JK, is computed as
K-J+1. The frogs can only jump up, meaning that they can move from
one block to another...

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1:
It is generally a good idea to gain an understanding of the
"size" of units. Consider the objects and calculate the kinetic
energy of each one.
A ladybug weighing 37.3 mg
flies by your head at 3.83 km/h
.
×10
J
A 7.15 kg
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J
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Question 1
20 pts
Ignoring the effects of air resistance, if a ball falls freely
toward the ground, its total mechanical energy
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increases
remains the same
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20 pts
A child jumps off a wall from an initial height of 16.4 m and lands
on a trampoline. Before the child springs back up into the air the
trampoline compresses 1.8 meters. The spring constant...

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