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Suppose water is leaking from a tank through a circular hole of area ah at its bottom. when water leaks through a hole, friction and contraction of the stream near the hole reduce the volume of water leaving the tank per second to cah 2gh , where c (0 < c < 1) is an empirical constant. a tank in the form of a right-circular cone standing on end, vertex down, is leaking water through a circular hole in its bottom. (assume the removed apex of the cone is of negligible height and volume.) (a) suppose the tank is 20 feet high and has radius 8 feet and the circular hole has radius 2 inches. the differential equation governing the height h in feet of water leaking from a tank after t seconds is dh dt = − 5 6h3/2 . if the height of the water is initially 8 feet, how long will it take the tank to empty? (round your answer to two decimal places.)

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Physics, 22.06.2019 10:00, loki285

Read the scenario below and answer the question that follows. read the following scenario: young kiki watches her father play baseball. this is the first time she has seen baseball being played. her father swings his bat and hits the ball. later, her father gives kiki the bat. she swings at a baseball, but misses. did observational learning occur? explain why or why not. young kiki watches her father play baseball. this is the first time she has seen baseball being played. her father swings his bat and hits the ball. later, her father gives kiki the bat. she swings at a baseball but misses. using the basic processes in observational learning, explain whether or not observational learning occurred.

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