When you type the pwd command, you notice that your current location on the linux filesystem is the /usr/local directory. answer the following questions, assuming that your current directory is /usr/local for each question. a. which command could you use to change to the /usr directory using an absolute pathname? b. which command could you use to change to the /usr directory using a relative pathname? c. which command could you use to change to the /usr/local/share/info directory using an absolute pathname? d. which command could you use to change to the /usr/local/share/info directory using a relative pathname? e. which command could you use to change to the /etc directory using an absolute pathname? f. which command could you use to change to the /etc directory using a relative pathname?
be bilingual and be able to learn and separate both languages
Explanation: Thier children will have a better understanding of both langauges and are likely to fluently speak both these langauges. This will make them children who are able to converse in more that one langauge and who can fully understand these langauges.
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The P-value for this test is P=0.017.
We have the null and alternative hypothesis:
where the subindex 1 refers to the males proportion and the subindex 2 refers to the female proportion.
The difference in proportions is 0.172018 and the test statistic is z=2.11825.
As this is a right-tailed test, the P-value can be calculated using the standard normal distribution table as:
volume = 11.56ml
Composition of Tegretol Suspension = 100mg/5ml
This means that:
100mg = 5ml
1 mg = 5/100 ml
1 mg = 0.05ml
prescribed dosage = 15mg/kg/day
weight of child = 34 pounds
1 pound = 0.4535 kg
∴ 34 pounds = 0.4535 × 34 = 15.419 kg
∴ prescribed dose = 15mg/kg
1kg = 15mg
∴ 15.419kg = 15 × 15.419 = 231.285mg
composition = 100mg/5ml
100mg = 5ml
1 mg = 5/100 = 0.05ml
∴231.285mg = 0.05 × 231.285
When an object is submerged in a medium, it is subjected to a buoyant force equivalent to the force of gravity on the mass of the medium displaced. Thus, the force is greater if the mass of the medium is greater for a given displacement. More simply, the denser the medium, the greater the buoyant force.
Ranking of Forces
We have observed that vegetable oil floats on water, and that liquid soap sinks in water. This tells us that oil has a lower relative density than water or liquid soap, and that liquid soap has the highest density of these media.
Liquid soap is the most dense of the three liquids, so will produce the most buoyant force.
Vegetable oil is the least dense of the three liquids, so will produce the least buoyant force.