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 1.47GP: Noah’s ark was ordered to be 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, and 3...
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 1.32P: The Speed, v, of an object is given by the equation v=At3  Bt, whe...
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 1.37GP: A typical adult human lung contains about 300 million tiny cavities...
 1.48GP: One liter (1000 cm3 )of oil is spilled onto a smooth lake. If the o...
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 1.3Q: Why is it incorrect to think that the more digits you include in yo...
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 1.4P: (Note: In Problems, assume a number like 6.4 is accurate to ?0.1: a...
 1.4RE: Piece wise linear functions: The parking costs in a city garage are...
 1.4Q: What is wrong with this road sign: Memphis 7 mi (11.263 km)?
 1.5RE: Graphing absolute value: Consider the function ? ? f(?? ) = 2? (?x ...
 1.6RE: Function from words: Suppose you plan to take a 500mi trip in a ca...
 1.5Q: For an answer to be complete, the units need to be specified. Why?
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 1.7CQ: Classical physics is a good approximation to modern physics under c...
 1.8CQ: When is it necessary to use relativistic quantum mechanics?
 1.8PE: The speed of sound is measured to be 342 m/s on a certain day. What...
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 1.14P: Determine your own height in meters, and your mass in kg.
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