Consider a refrigeration truck traveling at 70 mi/h at a location where the air is at 1 atm and 808F. The refrigerated compartment of the truck can be considered to be a 9-ft-wide, 8-ft-high, and 20-ft-long rectangular box. Assuming the airflow over the entire outer surface to be turbulent and attached (no flow separation), determine the drag force acting on the top and side surfaces and the power required to overcome this drag.

3.1.2 HYPOTHESIS TESTS 1) A statistical hypothesis is the claim that some population characteristic is equal to a certain value a. The null hypothesis (denoted by H ) is the hypothesis that is initially assumed to be true 0 b. The alternate hypothesis (denoted by H ) i1 the complementary to H , usu0lly the...