Uranium Fission Problem: When a uranium atom splits (fissions), it releases 0, 1, 2, 3, or 4 neutrons. Let P(x) be the probability that x neutrons are released. Assume the probability distribution is a. What is the mathematically expected number of neutrons released per fission? b. The number of neutrons released in any one fission must be an integer. How do you explain the fact that the mathematically expected number in part a is not an integer?

Module 12 Notes Functions of Language Written by: Krista Anstead March 2016 Learning Outcomes • articulate the communicative and relational aspects of language. • summarize different functions of language. • be cognizant of cultural differences of linguistic meaning and language use. • employ cultural analysis in lesson, whenever applicable. Read