B. Look above the oncoming headlights

C. Look below the oncoming headlights

D. Look toward the right edge of your lane

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Answer:

Look below the oncoming headlights when a car with bright **headlights **comes toward you at **night**.

When a car with bright headlights comes toward you at **night**, you should look below the oncoming headlights.

This is because looking directly into the bright lights can temporarily impair your vision and make it difficult to see the road ahead. By looking slightly below the **headlights**, you can still maintain visibility of the road while minimizing the direct glare.

Moving toward the right edge of your lane or focusing solely on the right edge of your lane can limit your overall visibility and may not be safe or necessary in this situation.

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In a refrigerator, heat is transferred from a lower-temperature medium (the refrigerated space) to a higher-temperature one (the kitchen air). Is this a violation of the second law of thermodynamics

When considering free energy change, biochemists usually define a standard state, the biochemical standard state, which is modified from the chemical standard state to fit biochemical applications. Determine which of the phrases describe the biochemical standard state, the chemical standard state, or both.

A cylindrical specimen of cold-worked steel has a Brinell hardness of 250.(a) Estimate its ductility in percent elongation.(b) If the specimen remained cylindrical during deformation and its original radius was 5 mm (0.20 in.), determine its radius after deformation.

An environmental engineer is considering three methods for disposing of a nonhazardous chemical sludge: land application, fluidized-bed incineration, and private disposal contract. The estimates for each method are below. (a) Determine which has the least cost on the basis of an annual worth comparison at 10% per year. (b) Determine the equivalent present worth value of each alternative using its AW value

Air expands adiabatically through a nozzle from a negligible initial velocity to a final velocity of 300 m/s, what is the temperature drop of the air, if air is assumed to be an ideal gas for which CP = (7/2)R?

When considering free energy change, biochemists usually define a standard state, the biochemical standard state, which is modified from the chemical standard state to fit biochemical applications. Determine which of the phrases describe the biochemical standard state, the chemical standard state, or both.

A cylindrical specimen of cold-worked steel has a Brinell hardness of 250.(a) Estimate its ductility in percent elongation.(b) If the specimen remained cylindrical during deformation and its original radius was 5 mm (0.20 in.), determine its radius after deformation.

An environmental engineer is considering three methods for disposing of a nonhazardous chemical sludge: land application, fluidized-bed incineration, and private disposal contract. The estimates for each method are below. (a) Determine which has the least cost on the basis of an annual worth comparison at 10% per year. (b) Determine the equivalent present worth value of each alternative using its AW value

Air expands adiabatically through a nozzle from a negligible initial velocity to a final velocity of 300 m/s, what is the temperature drop of the air, if air is assumed to be an ideal gas for which CP = (7/2)R?

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B) 94 psig

C) 100 psig

D) 90 psig

The temperature and pressure of an ideal gas are **directly proportional**

The **pressure **of the system should be in the range **B) 94 psig**

The **given **refrigerator parameters are;

The **temperature **of the system and the surrounding, T₁ = 75 °F **= 237.0389 K**

The **pressure **to which the **system **was charged with nitrogen, P₁ **= 100 psig**

The **temperature **to which the system dropped, T₂ = 50 °F** = 283.15 K**

The **required **parameter;

The pressure, P₂, of the system at 50°F

**Method**:

The **relationship **between **pressure **and **temperature **is given by **Gay-Lussac's law** as follows;

At constant volume, the pressure of a given mass of gas is directly proportional to its temperature in Kelvin

Mathematically, we have;

**Plugging** in the values of the variables gives;

Therefore;

The closest option to the above pressure is option **B) 94 psig**

Learn more about **Gay-Lussac's** law here;

B 94 psig because the temperature dropped too

**Answer: 18,100**

**Explanation: two farms that grow wheat and corn.**

**Answer:**

The answer is below

**Explanation:**

A 4-pole, 3-phase induction motor operates from a supply whose frequency is 60 Hz. calculate: 1- the speed at which the magnetic field of the stator is rotating. 2- the speed of the rotor when the slip is 0.05. 3- the frequency of the rotor currents when the slip is 0.04. 4- the frequency of the rotor currents at standstill.

Given that:

number of poles (p) = 4, frequency (f) = 60 Hz

1) The synchronous speed of the motor is the speed at which the magnetic field of the stator is rotating. It is given as:

2) The slip (s) = 0.05

The speed of the motor (n) is the speed of the rotor, it is given as:

3) s = 0.04

The rotor frequency is the product of the supply frequency and slip it is given as:

4) At standstill, the motor speed is zero hence the slip = 1:

The rotor frequency is the product of the supply frequency and slip it is given as:

**Answer:**

b). **False**

**Explanation:**

Lumped body analysis :

Lumped body analysis states that some bodies during heat transfer process remains uniform at all times. The temperature of these bodies is a function of temperature only. Therefor the heat transfer analysis based on such idea is called lumped body analysis.

Biot number is a dimensionless number which governs the heat transfer rate for a lumped body. Biot number is defined as the ratio of the convection transfer at the surface of the body to the conduction inside the body. the temperature difference will be uniform only when the Biot number is nearly equal to zero.

The lumped body analysis assumes that there exists a uniform temperature distribution within the body. This means that the conduction heat resistance should be zero. Thus the lumped body analysis is exact when biot number is zero.

In general it is assume that for a lumped body analysis, Biot number 0.1

**Therefore, the smaller the Biot number, the more exact is the lumped system analysis.**

**Answer:**

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