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My maths and chemistry subjects are set, I'm just confused about which biology/physics subjects to pick. Is it wise if I choose BIOL 1903 AND BIOL 1911 for semester one (I've heard they're both similar subjects but I guess it would reinforce my biology skills - I didn't do biology in high...
Reliability in high school terms, is the consistency of the results. No matter how it was performed, valid or invalid, if the results are consistent, it is reliable. By saying whether to trust it or not comes under validity. An experiment may be reliable but not valid. What someth1ng wrote is...
Re: General Thoughts: Physics
But C uses 3MW of power, which can be said to be 'losing', so in the end you'll only get 97MW. B on the other hand, loses only 1.6MW of power and gets 98.4MWin the end. Wouldn't B be the better choice?
I only used parabolas because the 'radii' weren't the same. One was r and the other was something else. Since the height is bounded by that part of the 'curve', I believed it couldn't be a circle. I still think it's not a circle now.. How ridiculous
For 16 c)i the discriminant isn't the only option, though it is probably better.. I differentiated it, and equated both derivatives (since they touch once i.e. tangents, they have the same gradients at that point). Then after subbing in, Whala!