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All formulas have how many variables?
if this is from masteringchemistry.com---> then i finally figured this out you will search forever and get the same answer...you dont have the correct number of commas..etc...… your answer is P,T thats it..its that simple btw...the part B= 1.12atm
Two, True or False.
There are 8 bytes in a double
In PHP, all variables must the preceded by the dollar sign. Variable name must not contain any space as well.
Direct Cost are those costs that can be directly assigned to a production process. Indirect cost were those costs that cannot be directly assigned to production process but ha…ve to allocate to production. Variable costs are those costs that vary directly with the production level. Only Direct cost could be variable . But not all direct cost are variable. Thus direct cost contains both Variable and Fixed elements while indirect costs contains only fixed element.
By basic I'll take it you mean year eleven to year twelve physics, so then checkout the following site: http://www.curriculum.WA.edu.au/internet/_Documents/Course_Exams/PHY+st…age+2+formula+sheet.doc
An (=) Sign. =A2+A3 =SUM(C2:C20)
What are all the formulas in math? There are hundreds, too many to name here in all the categories of mathematics. Most of them are in geometry, for coordinate geometry, a…rea, and volume.
All elements have chemical symbols that may be used to create a formula for the element. In most cases, it is simply a statement that the element is present and in which state… of matter, e.g. Cu(s), Hg(l).
A experiment should only have one variable.
There are thousands of formulae used in physics. Some of the more useful ones are: Newton's second law: F=ma (Many others can be derived from this one) Kinematic equations…: x=vt; v=at=v0; v2=v02+2ax; x=1/2at2+v0t Centripetal force: F=mv2/r Gravitational Force: F=GMm/r2 Kepler's Law of Periods: T2=4(pi)2r3/GM Electrostatic Force: F=KQQ/r2 Electric Field Strength: E=KQ/r2 Voltaic Potential: V=kQ/r Capacitance: Q=CV Circuits: V=iR; P=iV RC Circuits: I=I0e-t/RC There are many more, but you would be best suited to learn them from a physics textbook or teacher rather than finding them all on wikianswers. If you search for the specific area of formulae you are looking for, you should find formulae relevant to them.
There are over 100 formulae in every branch of mathematics, wich means almost 10 thousand formulas. Nobody knows them all ...yet.
Yes, the two are synonyms.