Hi Mia! How much air is inside the bubble is the same as asking for the volume of a bubble. A bubble is a sphere, and the volume of a sphere is found by V=(4πr^3)/3, where r is the radius. So

The least-squares method can be used to produce a line-of-best-fit for a set of data. If you are given a line that is a potential best fit, you would find the residual at each data point (the height from

Hello Victoria, 1. Perform each integral, then solve for b in terms of a. . The left side becomes e^b-1, the right side is 2(e^a-1), but they . are equal. Thus, e^b-1=2(e^a-1)...now solve for b

This can be shown by starting with one of the simplest forms of the equations of motion where we just have the velocity and pressure relation ρDU/Dt = -∆p where ρ is density, U is

I can see that you recognize that velocity and position are related by a derivative of time, namely, u(t) = dx(t)/dt, and that the solution as a function of time requires must require an integration in

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