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Remember me Forgot password? The patient would be dead before the temperature reached this level. So, the answer is no. Solution Since x is on the vertical axis, it corresponds to y. Strategy Use the two temperatures and their corresponding times to find the rate of temperature change with respect to time the slope of the graph of temperature vs. Then, write the linear equation for the temperature with respect to time and find the temperature at P.

Solution Find the rate of temperature change. Weight lb Solution See the graph. Solution Find the slope. The slope is that found in part b , 1. The intercept is the weight of the baby at five months of age. Solution Find the projected weight of the child at age Find the vertical-axis intercept.

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Solution The plot is shown. Solution Compute the slope. The physical significance of the vertical axis intercept is that it represents the starting position of the object position at time zero.

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Strategy For parts a through d , perform the calculations. Solution a Actual Value Solution Find the percent error. For case d , ignoring 0. Solution You can neglect small values when they are added to or subtracted from sufficiently large values. Solution Form a proportion. Form a proportion. Solution Find the diameter of the vessel. Solution Find by what factor the cross-sectional area has been increased in the micrograph. Tcold Strategy Use dimensional analysis to convert from furlongs per fortnight to the required units. Strategy Use the rules for determining significant figures and for writing numbers in scientific notation.

Solution a 0. The zeros are not significant, since they are used only to place the decimal point. This measurement is already written in scientific notation c 0. The zero is significant, since it comes after the decimal point and is not used to place the decimal point. To write this measurement in scientific notation, we move the decimal point one place to the left and multiply by The zeros are significant, since they are between two significant figures. The zeros are significant, since they come after the decimal point and are not used to place the decimal point.

The results of parts a through f are shown in the table below. Measurement Significant Figures Scientific Notation a 0. Strategy Use the conversion factors from the inside cover of the book. Solution The volume of viral particles is one billionth the volume of the saliva. Solution Calculate the number of viruses that have landed on you.

Strategy The circumference of a viroid is approximately times 0. Solution Find the diameter of the viroid in the required units. Solution Find the length in meters of the largest recorded blue whale. Solution Find the length of the blue whale in double-decker-bus lengths. Strategy The volume of the blue whale can be found by dividing the mass of the whale by its average density.

Solution Find the volume of the blue whale in cubic meters. Strategy The shape of a sheet of paper when not deformed is a rectangular prism.

The volume of a rectangular prism is equal to the product of its length, width, and height or thickness. Solution Find the volume of a sheet of paper in cubic meters. Solution Find the percent increase in the radial acceleration. Then, use the relationships between p and q to determine their values. Solution Find the values of p and q. Solve for q and p. Strategy There are 2. Solution Find the conversion factor for changing meters per second to miles per hour. Strategy The order of magnitude of the volume of water required to fill a bathtub is ft 3. The order of magnitude of the number of cups in a cubic foot is Solution Find the order of magnitude of the number of cups of water required to fill a bathtub.

Strategy Since there are hundreds of millions of people in the U. There are about days per year; that is, about A reasonable estimate of the gallons used per day per person is greater than one, but less than one hundred; that is, Solution Calculate the estimate. Solution Estimate the mass of the coins. Solution Estimate the mass of the bills.

Strategy The SI base unit for mass is kg. Solution Find the SI unit for weight. Divide the period of Mars by that of Venus. Solution Compare the period of Mars to that of Venus. Solution Find the net worth. Strategy There are about hairs in a one-square-inch area of the average human head. An order-of-magnitude estimate of the area of the average human head is square inches. Solution Find your speed in kilometers per hour. Maximum Purchase:.

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