0 views

Uploaded by SIMI

NEET 2019 MOCK PAPER-HINT & SOLUTION

- Rotational Motion Paper-4
- 5Rotational Motion of Rigid Bodies
- 55-SET-1
- Aqa Mm04 Qp Jun12
- DOMM Lect4 Dynamics Fundamentals Part1
- Parallel Axes Theorem
- ME3112E-Mechanics of Machine-SemI-2012-2013-Q3.pdf
- UnderstandingInertiaandReflectedInertia
- 4%20AP%20C%20Free%20Response%20Questions%20and%20answers%20due%20Mon.docx
- 3.Dynamics
- Physics Laboratory Work 2
- 16 Kinetics Rigid Bodies(2)
- Rigid Body Dynamics Type 2 PART 2 of 3 ENG
- Moment of Inersia
- Physics 101 - HW34
- 013391545X_section10-8
- Chapter 5 Torque, Equillibrium and Angular Momentum
- Dakel_Baguet_Dufour_JSV2014_HAL.pdf
- Ch 10 Rotation
- Balance and its Relationship to Rotational Inertia

You are on page 1of 11

EN

ANSWER KEY

Que. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

Ans. 3 2 2 2 3 1 2 3 1 1 3 2 3 4 1 1 2 1 2 2

Que. 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

Ans. 4 4 3 2 4 3 4 3 3 1 1 2 3 4 2 1 2 4 4 3

Que. 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60

Ans. 1 3 3 1 3 3 2 1 4 3 2 1 2 2 3 3 3 1 3 3

Que. 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80

LL

Ans.

Que.

Ans.

Que.

Ans.

Que.

2

81

1

101

4

121

1

82

3

102

2

122

1

83

1

103

3

123

4

84

4

104

3

124

4

85

1

105

4

125

2

86

4

106

4

126

3

87

4

107

1

127

1

88

1

108

2

128

4

89

1

109

3

129

1

90

4

110

3

130

3

91

2

111

4

131

3

92

3

112

2

132

2

93

1

113

4

133

1

94

2

114

3

134

2

95

4

115

2

135

4

96

1

116

4

136

1

97

3

117

3

137

1

98

3

118

3

138

2

99

3

119

3

139

2

100

2

120

2

140

Ans. 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 3 4 3 3 4 3 1 1 4 3 1 2 3

Que. 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160

A

Ans. 2 3 3 2 4 1 1 3 1 3 2 2 4 4 3 3 4 4 3 3

Que. 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180

Ans. 2 4 1 3 4 2 2 1 3 2 4 3 1 4 2 2 4 1 4 3

MOCK TEST

PRE-MEDICAL(NEET-UG)

HINT – SHEET

1. Ans. (3) 10. dimension of a and t will be same

Average speed = 30/15 = 2m/s [a – t 2 ] [T 2 ]

2. Ans. (2) [a] = [T2] and [b] =

[P][x] [ML–1T –2 ][L]

For marble A, its speed increases more, so it

will reach earlier [b] = [M–1T4]

3. Ans. (2) a T2

–1 4 [MT –2 ]

30 11 b M T

I ' I 1 I

360 12 4 3

11. Volume of sphere = (V) = r

4. Ans.(2) 3

N

r

f1 vs vs Percentage error in volume = 3× 100

r

f2 v s v v s v

0.1

f1 vs v 100 = 3 × × 100

5.3

f2 v s v 90

10 vs = 190 v 12. Velocity of rain with respect to car v RC = vR – v C

5.

Ans. (3)

E

v = 17.3 m/s should be perpendicular to the wind screen.

i.e. components of

v R and – v C perpendicular

K Q to the wind screen.

V = constant

LL

R

– vC= 2m/s

6. Ans. (1) 90º

3 4 vRC wind screen

i3 = i1 + i2= 5 sin t cos t vR=6m/s

5 5

= 5 (sint. cos53° + cost.sin53°)

= 5 sin (t + 53°)

A

7. Ans. (2)

i.e. components of v R and – v C parallel to

Separation between two consecutive crest or

wind screen should

through is cancel each other.

AP = 4 or 6 cos = 2 sin

BP = 2 or tan = 3 or = tan–1 (3)

8. Ans. (3) 13. The vertically upward component of the velocity

of projection = 50 sin30º m/s = 25 ms–1

Force on the part of wire which is parallel to If t is the time taken to reach the ground

B will be zero. The forces on the other two 1

s u 0 t gt 2

parts will each be IlB in perpendicular 2

directions. 1

or 70 = –25 × t + × 10 × t2

2

9. r abc i j–k or 5t2 – 25t – 70 = 0 t2 – 5t – 14 = 0

t2 – 7t + 2t – 14 = 0

r iˆ ˆj – kˆ (t – 7) (t + 2) = 0

r̂ = r = 3 t = –2s or t = 7s

t= –2s is not valid so t = 7s

HS-1/8

Pre-Medical/NEET-UG

dM M(a g) 6000(20 10) 17. The moment of inertia of each of the sphere

14. = 180 kg/s A and B about an axis passing through their

dt u 1000

15. For equilibrium 2 2

centres is Ma . Similarly the moment of inertia

R12 = –R3 5

2

R2 R12(resultant of R1 and R2) of C and D about their central axes = Ma 2

5

A B

I b

R1

R3

b b

So when R3 is removed

N

opposite to R 3 C D

Now the spheres C and D are at distance b

R3 apart, therefore by the theorem of parallel axes

a

m

2 2 2

16.

E

Free body diagrams of the two bodies are as follows:

F1=2N

Moment of inertia of C or D = Ma Mb

5

Therefore the moment of inertia of all the four

spheres about an axis AB

f

LL

F2 = 20 N f 2 2 2 2 2 8 2 2

= 2 Ma Ma Mb Ma 2Mb

5 5 5

Let acceleration of both the blocks towards left 18. Angular momentum w.r.t O before colliding

is a. Then a

with O = Mv

2

f 2 20 f On collision, the block with rotate about the side

a

A

2 4 passing through O.

or 2f – 4 = 20 – f a

M v

or 3f = 24 or f = 8N o

By law of conservation of angular momentum

fmax = µmg = 0.5 × 2 × 10 = 10 N a a Ma 2 Ma 2 3v

Mv = I Mv

2 2 6 2 4a

Now, since f < fmax

Where I is the moment of inertia of the block

Therefore, friction force between the two about the axis perpendicular to the plane

blocks is 8 N. passing through O.

HS -2/8

Mock Test

1 Cp 7

19. P.E. at c.g. mg 24.

2 Cv 5

R

Work done = T

1

5 8.3 400

41.5 kJ

7

1

5

Work done = change in internal energy

(Q = 0 for adiabatic process)

1 2 1 m 2 v 2 Change or increase in internal energy

K.E. at B = I = 41.5 kJ.

2 2 3 2

25. According to Wien's displacement law,

1 1 mv 2 T1= 2T2

mg = ; v 3g

2 2 3

1 T2 0.26

or =2

N

1 2 T1 0.13

20. P0 + g4h + 2gh = P 0 + 2 v 2

2 4

E1 T1 1

T2 = 2T1

v= 6gh E 2 T2 16

21. SE = Surface area × ST; 26. Ideal gas equation is given by :

SE final

E

Let r = radius of small drops, R = (64)1/3·r = 4r

(4R 2 )T R 2 16r 2 1

PV = nRT ....(i)

For oxygen : P = 1 atm; V = 1 L; n = n O2

Therefore, eqn. (i) becomes,

SEinitial = (4r 2 ) n T nr 2 64r 2 4

LL

1

22. Time taken by ice to grow a thickness y, 1×1 = n O2 RT or n O2

RT

L 2 For nitrogen : P = 0.5 atm, V = 2L ; n = nN

t y

2K 1

0.5 × 2 = n N2 RT or n N 2

Hence, time intervals to change thickness from RT

0 to y, from y to 2y and so on will be in the ratio For mixture of gas :

t1 : t2 : t3 :: (12–02) : (22–12) : (32 – 22) Pmix Vmi x

A

or t1 : t2 : t3 :: 1 : 3 : 5 RT

n mix n O2 n N 2

According to question, t1 = 12 minutes

Hence, t2 = t1 = 3 × 12 min = 36 min Pmix.Vmix. 1 1

Pmix.Vmix. = 2

RT RT RT

23. Q = Q1 + Q2 + Q3 + Q4

since Vmix. = 1 L hence Pmix. = 2 atm

= 5960 – 5585 – 2980 + 3645 = 1040 J 27. Total resistance of the circuit

W = W1 + W2 + W3 + W4 R = 1 + 2 + 3 = 6

= 2200 – 825 – 1100 + W4 = 275 + W4 10 4

For a cyclic process Uf = Ui Current, I 1 amp

6

U = Uf – Ui = 0

The direction of the current would be from a

From the first law of thermodynamics,

to b via e.

Q = U + W

1040 = 0 + 275 + W4 or W4 = 765 J

HS -3/8

Pre-Medical/NEET-UG

28. Bulbs A and B are in parallel, their effective 35. D = 50 cm = 600 nm

power is 3D D 2D

P' = PA + PB = 200 W + 200 W = 400 W y3 y1

a a a

P' and bulb C are in series, the resultant power

2 0.5 600 10 9

of the combination is 3 10 3

a

P' PC 400 W × 400 W a = 0.2 mm

PR 200 W I0 /2

P' + PC 400 W + 400 W 36. I = I0

29. At constant pressure I0

W = PV = nRT IR cos2 30 o

2

30o

RT 3

But Q = nCpT = n IR I0

1 8

IR 3 I 300

W Q 1 100 1.4 1 28.57 J R 100 = 37.5 %

1.4 I0 8 I0 8

30. 1 = 1 , 2 = 1.5, R = 20 cm (Radius of 37. x = a sin t

N

curvature), u = –25cm 1

2 = 4 sin t1 = sin t1 t1 =

2 6

3 2

and 2 3 4sin t 2 = t2 =

E 2 6

2

(t2 – t1) =

6 6 6

1 T T 4 1

t2 – t1 = = s

2 1 2 1 1.5 1 0.5 6 6 2 12 12 3

LL

38. A pipe open only at one end and another one

v u R v 25 20

of equal length but open at both the ends have

1.5 1 1

v 100cm their fundamental frequencies v and 2v

v 40 25

respectively. Again only odd harmonics are

So, the image is 100 cm from (P) the surface

possible for a pipe open at one end whereas all

on the side of S.

second harmonics are possible for a pipe open

31. f0/fe = 10 , ƒo + ƒe = 1.1

at both ends. Thus, it is impossible to have a

here ƒo = 100 cm and ƒe = 10 cm

common frequency at which they can resonate.

A

1 1 1 1

Final magnification = ƒo = 14 41.

D fe LC 8 10 20 10 6

3

= 2500 rad/s

4

A ( ' 1) 4 (1.72 1)

E 0 220 2

A ' ( 1) A ' (1.54 1) I0 5 2A

R 44

4 0.54

A' 3º

0.72 2M

42. In C.G.S. Baxial = 9 = ..... (i)

33. = 2f = 2 × 2 = 4 x3

so acceleration = r2

25 M M

= (4)2 × = 42m/s2 Bequatorial = 32

..... (ii)

100 x x3

34. m 1u 1 + m 2 u 2 = m 1 v 1 + m 2v 2 2

6(+10) + 0.25(–v) = 0

From equation (i) and (ii), Bequatorial = 36 gauss.

v = 240 m/s

HS -4/8

Mock Test

43. For electron to move in the fields undeflected 50. rate or SN2 reaction 1° > 2° > 3°

two forces must be equal and opposite. in group increasing rate of S N2 reaction.

51.

E CH3 CH3 O

eE = evB or v= CH3–MgBr

B CH3–C–O –C –CH3 CH 3–C –CH 3+CH3 –C –CH 3

O CH3 OH CH3–MgBr

Electric field between the plates is E =

0 CH3

CH3 – C – CH 3

OH

v= B 52. SO3 O

0

O O

sp2 hybridisation

B

distance in the space is t = 0 . 1 p – p

v

2 p – d

0B

N

dxy, dyz, dzx form Bonds. (Non-axial orbitals)

44. Force on side BC and AD are equal but opposite 53. C2 – bond = 2 sp

so their net will be zero. C3 – bond = 4 sp3

C5 – bond = 3 sp2

10 cm

B C C6 – bond = 4 sp3

2A

EFAB

2cm

A

15 cm

D

FCD 54. H3C

C Cl

Cl

H3C

C

H3C CH3

+

H3C CH3

LL

t-butyl carbonium ion

–7

2 2 1

But FAB = 10 × × 15 × 10–2 = 3 × 10–6N H H

2 10 2 Cl

CH Cl CH

–7

2 2 1

and FCD = 10 × × 15 × 10–2 = 0.5 × 10–6N benzyl carbonium ion

12 10 2

[stable due to resonance]

Fnet = FAB – FCD = 2.5 × 10–6 N H

= 25 × 10–7 N, towards the wire. H

C

A

Cl

HE 0.26 G 0.26 G C Cl

45. BE = = cos60 = = 0.52 G O2NCH2 H

cos 1/ 2 O2NH2C H

Cl -I effect

H H

46. only compound is optically active other H3C Cl H3C

C Cl C

H3C H3C

are optically inactive.

Secondary carbonium ion

47. R = K [N2O5]1

[isopropyl carbonium ion]

48. [Zn(NH3 )2 Cl2 ]

Most stable carbonium ion is benzyl

Zn+2 = s0d10 tetrahedral

carbocation due to resonance

can't show geometrical isomers.

49. n2 = 6 ( 5th excited state) CH2 CH2

n1 = 2 ( 1st excited state)

so there will be no transition in ground state

CH2 CH2

(lymen series or U.V. region)

HS -5/8

Pre-Medical/NEET-UG

H3C CH3 61. Lanthanoids genually show +3 O.S. while

55. H3C CH3

occasionally +2 & +4 also but in case of Actinoids

show +3, +4, +5 and goes upto +7 in case of

H Np & Pu. The reason lies in the fact that the 5f,

OH

O 6d & 7s has less energy difference hence they

CH3 CH3 give higher O.S.

CH3 CH3 (* Reference NCERT page 231)

H 63. SCl4 ,

O OH

H

sp3d Sea-saw Tetrahedral

CH3 CH3

CH3 CH3

N

O OH

ClO4–, sp3 Tetrahedral

OH

2 1

3

CO OH

BF4– and SO–2 sp3 Tetrahedral

56.

6

5

E 4

3-Ethyl-2-hydroxy-4-methylhex-3-ex-5-ynonic

64.

4

acid en

LL

/////////////////////// en

CHO CO O CH 2 –OH Cl Cl

50% KOH Co Co

57. +

Cl Cl Cl Cl Cl

COOH CH2OH CH2OH en en

+

CN CN H3O CHO

CH 3

A

CH3

H +

Na 65. N < N < O N O

59. + C2H5 O N a + C2H5OH –

O O O O

(6e)

O O VSEPRT repulsion order multiple bond

COOH C–Cl C– NH 2 – single bond < mp – m.p. bond

SO Cl2 NH 3

60. 66. He 2 O 2– NO C 2–2

Br Br Br

NaOH/Br 2

(A) (B) (C)

Ho ffmann

No. of e– = 3 17 15 14

Bro mamide

Reac tion

bond order = 0.5 1.5 2.5 3

NH 2

69. Zr+4(4d) Hf+4(5d) series - size almost same

Br

(D)

HS -6/8

Mock Test

82. Compound contain two stereo centre (one

si ze of cation Cs highest size cation geometrical and one optical) so total stereoisomer = 2n

70. size of anion F lowest size anion (n = number of stereo centre) = 2

22 = 4

Therefore CSF has highest ratio.

2.303 100

83. t 80% log ...(1)

CH3 CH3 CH3 K 20

Br2 Br

71. + 2.303 100

FeBr3 t 50% log ...(2)

CH3 CH3 CH3 K 20

Br

(major) (minor) t 80% log 5

t 50% log2

In the above compound 1,3-Dimethylbenzene,

60 7

sites for the attacking electrophile are t

50% 3

a CH3 c 180

t 50% min = 25.7 min

N

7

N1V1 N 2 V2

CH3 85. [H ] N

V1V2

b 0.1 15 2 0.1 15 1

E

attack of electrophile on sites a & b results

in same compound as product.

Although tendency of electrophile to attack on 87.

3 1.5 1.5

30

H = ve

30

30

= 0.05

S = ve

LL

site c is very less due to high steric hinderance PBr 3

88. CH3CH2–OH CH3CH2–Br (x)

so respective product is favoured with very very

ethanol

less amount.

alc. KOH (i ) H2 SO 4 room temp

72. BF3 being an electron deficient compound acts CH 2 =CH 2 (y)

(ii ) H2 O, Heat

as lewis acid i.e. why contain minimum Basic CH 3 CH 2OH (z)

character 91. OP = 10 bars

5.1eV I1

s = –10 bars

73. Na Na + hence 'e' gain

A

w = s in a flaccid cell

enthalpy of Na+ is –5.1 eV w = –10 bars

C6H 5 C6H 5 p = 0

–Br

C 6 H 5–C–Br C 6 H 5–C

+

76. 92. For synthesis of two molecule of NH3 it require

CH 3 CH 3 16 ATP and B protons and B electrons. For one

(More reactive) (More stable) molecule all numbers become half.

(intermediate)

93. In one Kreb's cycle there is only one ATP

79. If no. of oxygen atoms are increases in

synthesis from one molecule of Acetyl CoA

same elemental acids than acidic strength by substrate level phosphorylation.

also increases. Hence for 36 Acetyl CoA, ATP production is 36.

Oxidation no. Lewis acidic strength 94. Amount of DNA in egg (haploid cell) = 20 pg

Cl – OH< ClO – OH <ClO –2 OH< ClO –3OH Acidic Hence at G (diploid cell) = 40 pg

streng th

Oxidation no. ,Acidic strength Hence at S (diploid cell) = 80 pg

Meiosis I = 80 pg

rB MA V /t Meiosis II = 40 pg but after cytokinesis it becomes

80. B B

rA MB VA / t A 20 pg.

HS -7/8

Pre-Medical/NEET-UG

95. Nucleosomes are absent in prokaryotes. 109. NCERT XI Eng. Pg. # 198 (Topic - Chlorine)

100. The sequence of m-RNA and coding strand of NCERT XI . # 198

nd

DNA is same except U is replaced by T. 110. NCERT XI Eng. Pg. # 219 (2 para and Fig. 13.9)

101. Cardiac output = Stroke volume × Heart beat NCERT XI

. # 219

13.9

5000 ml = 100 × x 111. NCERT XI Eng. Pg. # 231 (Last para) and

Pg.#232 (Fig. 14.3)

x

5000

50 NCERT XI

. # 232

14.3

100 112. NCERT XI Eng.Pg. # 250, (Topic - Ethylene

102. 100 ml oxygenated blood = 20 ml O2 3rd para)

1000 ml oxygenated blood = 200 ml O2 NCERT XI . # 250,

25%=50 ml delivered to Tissue NCERT

132. Pg. # 112

200 ml O2

75%=150 ml in deoxygenated blood NCERT

134. Pg. # 59-60

Per 100 ml blood = 4 ml CO2 released from tissue NCERT

135. Pg. # 56

NCERT

136. Pg. # 58

N

so 1000 ml = 40 ml CO2 released from tissue

NCERT

137. Pg. # 50,51,54,57

Filtrate NCERT

138. (XI) Page no. # 71

103. Filtration fraction = 100

Renal plasma flow NCERT

139. (XI) Page no. # 80

NCERT

140. (XI) Page no. # 77

104.

100ml

550ml

IgM is Pentamer

E

100

100

550

100 18.18% NCERT

143.

NCERT

144.

NCERT

145.

(XI) Pg no. # 88

XII Pg. # 233 (E), 253-254 (H)

XII Pg. # 242 (E), 264 (H)

5 × 2 = 10 heavy chain NCERT

146. XII Pg. # 246 (E), 268 (H)

LL

NCERT

147. XII Pg. # 260 (E), 284 (H)

5 × 2 = 10 light chain

NCERT

148. XII Pg. # 272 (E), 296 (H)

1 J-Chain

NCERT

149. XII Pg. # 279 (E), 303 (H)

21 polypeptide NCERT

151. XII Pg. # 283 (E), 308 (H)

105. In six year old all teeth are diphyodant (20 NCERT

157. XIth Pg.#337

teeth) NCERT

158. XIth Pg.#317

NCERT

159. XIth Pg.#321

2102

A

2 20 NCERT

160. Pg. # 291

2102

NCERT

161. Pg. # 297 (19.4)

106. NCERT XI Eng. Pg. # 158 NCERT

162. Pg. # 279 (18.1.1)

Transfer of H results in oxidoreduction between NCERT

163. Pg. # 282 (18.3)

two substrates NCERT

168. Pg. # 262 (E) Last para

NCERT XI # 158 NCERT Pg. # 262 (H) 3rd para

H

169. NCERT Pg. # 275 (E) Last para

NCERT Pg. # 276 (H) 2nd para

107. NCERT XI Eng. Pg. # 159 (Topic - cofactor 170. NCERT Pg. # 272 (E) 1st para

2nd para) NCERT Pg. # 272 (H) 1st para

174. NCERT XIIth Pg. # 140,141

NCERT XI # 159

175. NCERT XIIth Pg. # 139, Fig. 7.10

176. NCERT XIIth Pg. # 138

108. NCERT XI Eng. Pg. # 178 (Table 11.1)

178. NCERT XIth Pg.#310,311

NCERT XI . # 178 11.1) 179. NCERT XIth Pg.#103.

HS -8/8

- Rotational Motion Paper-4Uploaded byrkjha708
- 5Rotational Motion of Rigid BodiesUploaded byImmad
- 55-SET-1Uploaded bymukta2406
- Aqa Mm04 Qp Jun12Uploaded bywill bell
- DOMM Lect4 Dynamics Fundamentals Part1Uploaded byAyush Bhadauria
- Parallel Axes TheoremUploaded bysaifi_786
- ME3112E-Mechanics of Machine-SemI-2012-2013-Q3.pdfUploaded byLinShaodun
- UnderstandingInertiaandReflectedInertiaUploaded byHoang Le
- 4%20AP%20C%20Free%20Response%20Questions%20and%20answers%20due%20Mon.docxUploaded byPadma Gundapaneni
- 3.DynamicsUploaded byCasey Miles
- Physics Laboratory Work 2Uploaded byRujan Bajracharya
- 16 Kinetics Rigid Bodies(2)Uploaded byNkoshiEpaphrasShoopala
- Rigid Body Dynamics Type 2 PART 2 of 3 ENGUploaded byRavi Yadav
- Moment of InersiaUploaded byNaufal
- Physics 101 - HW34Uploaded byTim Jones
- 013391545X_section10-8Uploaded byAtef Naz
- Chapter 5 Torque, Equillibrium and Angular MomentumUploaded byTarvesh Kumar
- Dakel_Baguet_Dufour_JSV2014_HAL.pdfUploaded byggulsu
- Ch 10 RotationUploaded byChandra Sekhar
- Balance and its Relationship to Rotational InertiaUploaded byLeslie Green
- 2nd LE Sample Exam(1)Uploaded byElla Cardenas
- Ch09 Moments of InertiaUploaded byMichael Bryant
- Rotation2Uploaded byJacob Black
- CH09Uploaded byFrancisPrince Salazar
- AIPMST SECONDARY Information BrochureUploaded byAIPMST Secondary
- UT Physics Lecture 10Uploaded byAlberto Amatong
- Moment of Inertia Basics UnderstandingUploaded byRajesh N Priya Gopinathan
- Rotational Motion & DynamicsUploaded byShiroEki
- RB F=ma Moments of Inertia 1Uploaded byAbhishek Shatagopachari
- CM Chapter 06Uploaded byPablo Cedillo

- Std04 III Msss Em 1Uploaded byskilmag
- Etabs Pushover PDFUploaded byGregory
- 277424417-How-to-LibraryUploaded byHuck567
- Dynamic Modelling and Advanced Control of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration SystemsUploaded bymalj1811
- Rujukan (2) (3)Uploaded byRavin Kanaison
- DOA Estimation SlidesUploaded byPedro Luis Carro
- MEC-003 QT 2014Uploaded byAshwin R John
- Channel Model TutorialUploaded byNguyễn Thành Linh
- Stat QuestionUploaded byRano Joy
- Quasi-steady state model of an ice rink refrigeration system.pdfUploaded bySantanu Datta
- Design, Modelling and Implementation of Interleaved Boost DC-DC ConverterUploaded byInternational Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology
- State of Matter-gas)Uploaded bybigsnailz
- Mathews Paul G. Design of Experiments With MINITABUploaded byDiego Vargas D
- w4Uploaded bytotallyganstered
- MATH 533 ( Applied Managerial Statistics ) Entire CourseUploaded byElsievogel
- Requested FileUploaded byedinson rojas ramos
- brase_9e_ism_ch09Uploaded byAfreen Ahmed
- Digital Signatures Employ a Type of Asymmetric CryptographyUploaded bynikhil0802
- 2. TrigonometryUploaded byOnline Educator
- Total Station and Angle MeasurementsUploaded byNikulast Kids
- Queuing Theory (1)Uploaded byMaria Sy
- Perfect NumbersUploaded byRichard Tremblay
- UML ExampleUploaded byŚoĦãīß MÀdnī
- PSmartbulletinUploaded byxianming
- Steam tables IAPWS-IF97 formulationUploaded bypetrita
- Primer for Geometric AlgebraUploaded byScribe59
- 1 - Excel and Finance Bootcamp (1)Uploaded byJason McCoy
- “Geotechnical behaviour of an instrumented urban tunnel built under difficult soft soil conditions”,Uploaded byjesusmorj
- Physics Syllabus 2013-14 EditedUploaded byAmar Alansi
- Probability.docxUploaded byJanaka Wanigasekera