1. Determine the length of the bar by measuring it with the ruler. The bar may be 10 inches long. This will be L in the formula. 2. Calculate the crosssectional area of the bar.
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Elongation is the percentage of the final dimension relative to the initial dimension. For instance; A 1m length of metal is put under a load and is stretched to a final length of
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Yes, there's a formula from spherical trigonometry for this. Suppose one object has coordinates. (alpha1, delta1) and the second is. (alpha2, delta2) (Alpha is right ascension, and
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When looking at some online. brokerage accounts., there are a few figures that may be confusing, including account value, cash value and. purchasing power. The first figure, account
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