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Manufacturers of headache remedies routinely claim that

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Manufacturers of headache remedies routinely claim that their own brands are more potent pain relievers than the competing brands. Their way of making the comparison is to compare the number of molecules in the standard dosage. Tylenol uses 325 mg of acetaminophen (C8H9NO2) as the standard dose, whereas Advil uses 2.00 3 102 mg of ibuprofen (C13H18O2). Find the number of molecules of pain reliever in the standard doses of (a) Tylenol and (b) Advil.

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Class – 9/9/2016, Kinematics Dr. Ilia Gogoladze th Physics by Walker, 4 edition Instantaneous Velocity - V = lim →0 - SI unit: meter per second, m/s - This means that we evaluate the average velocity over a shorter and shorter periods of time; as that time becomes infinitesimally small, we have the instantaneous velocity Acceleration - Acceleration Is the rate at which velocity changes with time. The change in velocity may be in magnitude, in direction, or in both - Acceleration = change in velocity/time interval − - aav= = − 2 - SI unit: m

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