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# Suppose that C is a smooth curve between points A (at t = a) and B (at t = b) and that

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Suppose that C is a smooth curve between points A (at t = a) and B (at t = b) and that pi s potential energy, defined in 31. If F is a conservative force field and K = mv2 is kinetic energy, show that p(B) + K(B) = p(A) + K(A).

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Applied Statistical Methods Chapter 2 Definitions/Notes Associations between Variables:  Two variables measured on the same cases are associated if knowing the value of one of the variables tells you something that you would not otherwise know about the value of the other variable  Response variable/dependent variable: variable being observed (or...

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