1. Measure the width of the wheel, in inches. 2. Divide this width by two to calculate the wheel's centerline. If the wheel has a width of nine inches: 9 / 2 = 4.5 inches. 3. Measure
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you simply multiply input offset voltage with gain of the amplifier.
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With the information given in the question you cannot. The volume of the pipe is. pi(R. 2. r. 2.L where. R = outer radius = outer diameter*0.5 = ID/2 + thickness = 108 mm. r = inner
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1. Convert all your measurements to SI units (the agreedupon international system of measurement). Convert pressure to Pa, density to kg/m^3, height to m, and velocity to m/s. You
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