Confirmation At some point, we must go from a collection of products in a customer's basket, to an order stored in our database. This should be done at this stage, after **the** customer has confirmed **the** contents of their basket, and **the** other options (which can be changed

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locate it. It also indicates how **the** feasible domain may be modified to improve **the** design in terms of **the** objective function (Papalambros and Wilde, 2000). Another area of optimization that has received a lot of attention lately **is** that of shape optimization. In this optimization problem, **the** geometry or topology of **the** item **is** a variable, rather than just its dimensions. Thus, **the** shape of **the** part may be varied to minimize cost, maximize heat transfer rate, minimize weight, and so on, while **the** given constraints are satisfied. Generally, an initial geometry or shape **is** chosen and a numerical computation, usually based on **the** finite ele- ment method because of its versatility, **is** carried out to determine **the** objective function. **The** shape **is** changed iteratively within **the** feasible domain to optimize **the** objective function subject to **the** constraints. **The** design variables include those that define **the** boundary or shape of **the** item under consideration. Such an iterative procedure, with changes in **the** shape, **is** possible mainly because of **the** availability of efficient computational schemes for analysis and fast computers. These ideas have been extended to **the** optimization of topology, profile, trajec- tory, and configuration in different types of systems and applications. Though an active area for research in **the** design of structures, shape optimization has not been used very much in thermal systems and processes.

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6.4 THERMOHYDRODYNAMIC LUBRICATION ANALYSIS INCORPORATING THERMAL EXPANSION ACROSS **THE** FILM Viscosity **is** generally considered to be the single most important property of lubricants, therefore, it represents **the** central parameter in all lubricant analysis. By far **the** easiest approach to **the** question of viscosity variation within a fluid film bearing **is** to adopt a representative or mean value visc- osity. Examples of studies which have provided many suggestions for cal- culations of **the** effective viscosity in a bearing analysis are presented By Cameron [34] and Szeri [35]. When **the** temperature rise of **the** lubricant across **the** bearing **is** small, bearing performance calculations are customa- rily based on **the** classical, isoviscous theory. In other cases, where **the** temperature rise across **the** bearing **is** significant, **the** classical theory loses its usefulness for performance prediction. One of **the** early applications of **the** energy equation to hydrodynamic lubrication was made by Cope [36] in 1948. His model was based on **the** assumptions of negligible temperature variation across **the** film and negligible heat conduction within **the** lubrica- tion film as well as into **the** adjacent solids. **The** consequence of **the** second assumption **is** that both **the** bearing and **the** shaft are isothermal compo- nents, and thus, all **the** generated heat **is** carried out by **the** lubricant. As

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53 The Sentosa High School telephone number is an eight digit number. The sum of the two numbers formed from the first three digits and the last five digits respectively is 66558. The su[r]

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Macchia, D., “Acceleration of an Unbalanced Rotor Through **the** Critical Speed,” Paper No. 63-WA-9, Trans. ASME, Winter Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 17-22, 1963. Seireg, A., and Dandage, S., “A Phase Plane Simulation for Investigating **the** Effect of Unbalance Magnitude on **the** Whirl of Rotors Supported on Hydrodynamic Bearings,” Trans. ASME, J. Lubr. Technol., Oct. 1975. Mechanical Technology Incorporated, “Rotor-Bearing Dynamics Design Technology; Part 111; Design Handbook for Fluid Film Bearings,” Technical Report AFAPL-TR-65-45, Part 111, May 1965.

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Binary CCV configuration: Note that two of **the** blue vertices are responsible for three rb × gb crossings, and **the** third vertex **is** responsible for two. Adding **the** single gb × bb crossing yields nine. Unary CCV configuration: In **the** case of **the** unary CCV configuration, **the** drawing **is** partitioned into a heavy and light part by extending **the** blue edges incident on **the** middle vertex of **the** convex kite; see Figure 20. A red-blue kite whose origin vertex **is** in **the** heavy side of **the** drawing **is** responsible for four or six rb × gb crossings while a red-blue kite originating in **the** light side of **the** partition **is** responsible for three crossings if it **is** empty, and one crossing if it **is** full; **the** six edge crossings occur if there **is** an empty red-blue kite between **the** two concave kites. In order for **the** green triangle to be nested within **the** red, by **the** containment argument, at least one of **the** red-blue kites must originate in **the** heavy partition. This implies that in order to get fewer than eight rb × gb crossings, two of **the** red- blue kites must be full and contain **the** green-blue kite in **the** light partition (see Figure 21). This implies that the third red-blue kite must be an empty kite between **the** two concave red-green kites. Since this kite **is** responsible for six crossings, it follows that there are at least eight rb × gb crossings and therefore at least nine internal crossings.

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A. It’s a small thing B. That’s all C. I hope so D. Congratulations to you! 57. “ Could you come, please? I want some help.” “……………” A. Yes, I could B. You’re welcome C. Sure, I’m coming now D. That’s right 58. When you stand outside **the** house and hear someone asking “Who **is** it?”, you say:

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“ …………. **The** weather report says a storm **is** coming”. A. I’m afraid we can’t B. Sure C. That’s a good idea. D. That’s a deal 25. “Excuse me, which **is** **the** way to **the** post office?” “Sorry, I’m new here.” “……….” A. Not at all B. Bad luck C. That’s true D. Thank you all **the** same 26. “What **is** Johnson’s family like?” “……….”

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Password : An x character indicates that encrypted password **is** stored in /etc/shadow file. User ID (UID) : Each user must be assigned a user ID (UID). UID 0 (zero) **is** reserved for root and UIDs 1-99 are reserved for other predefined accounts. Further UID 100- 999 are reserved by system for administrative and system accounts/groups.

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This paper solves the problem of forecasting the number of trees in the selection stands predicted for harvesting in a future period, so that the present resource of the number of trees is sustained. This is achieved by stochastic modeling of the number of trees and the number of felled trees and by solving the partial differential equation.

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Using Functions in Recursion In order to understand how recursion works, we need to look at how functions are **the** bedrock of recursion on a computer. Imagine if we deﬁned a function called look_up . This function would look up any word that we did not under- stand. First we would call on it and send in **the** word obstreperous from **the** previous example. Then we would want to call **the** function again, but this time send in **the** word recalcitrant. We would want to call **the** function a third time, sending in **the** next word, deﬁant. **The** last time we call **the** function, we send in **the** word unruly, where **the** meaning we get (here, stubborn) **is** clear to us, so we can stop calling **the** function look_up .

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A. His family **is** just like me B. They all like sports and games C. Oh, it’s really a big one D. They are all warm-hearted and helpful 27. “Can I speak to Mr. Johnson, please?” “………” A. I’m Mr. John B. Hold on please C. No, you can’t D. Yes, you can. 28. “How much meat do you want?” “………..”

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A. We don’t know **the** result yet. B. **The** program **is** successful. C. **The** program **is** not workable. D. **The** program **is** too expensive. Read **the** text and choose **the** word which best fits each gap of **the** passage from 9 to 18 **The** word “Olympic” comes from **the** name of **the** town Olympia in Greece, where **the** ancient Olympic Games were always (9) ______. **The** first recorded Olympic Games were held in 776 B.C.; **the** Games took place (10) ______ four year after that date until they were abolished by a Roman Emperor in A.D. 394.

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4.4.5.2 Mobility Management **The** Mobility Management (MM) layer **is** built on top of **the** RR layer and works with **the** HLR and VLRs. It **is** concerned with handling issues arising due to **the** mobility of **the** MS (such as location management and handoff), as well as authentication and security aspects. Location management **is** concerned with **the** procedures that enable **the** system to know **the** current location of a powered-on mobile station so that incoming call routing can be completed. **The** actual location updating mechanism in GSM organizes cells into groups called location areas. MSs send update messages to **the** network whenever **the** MS moves into a different location area. This approach can be thought of as a compromise between two extremes: (a) for every incoming call, page every cell in **the** network in order to ﬁnd **the** desired MS; (b) **the** MS notiﬁes **the** network whenever it changes a cell. Location update messages are conveyed via **the** Location Update Identiﬁer (LAI), shown in Figure 4.11. **The** ﬁrst two ﬁelds of this structure have been explained earlier. **The** third ﬁeld, **the** Location Area Code (LAC) identiﬁes a group of cells. Whenever **the** MS roams into a cell having a different LAC than the previous one, a LAI **is** sent to **the** network, which records **the** new location of **the** mobile and then makes **the** appropriate updating at **the** HLR and **the** MSC/VLR covering **the** area where **the** MS **is** located. If **the** subscriber **is** allowed to use **the** requested service, **the** HLR sends a subset of **the** subscriber information, needed for call control to **the** new MSC/ VLR. Then **the** HLR sends a message to **the** old MSC/VLR to cancel **the** old registration. For reliability reasons, GSM also has a periodic location updating procedure. In **the** case of a HLR or MSC/VLR failure, these databases are updated not from scratch but rather as subsequent location updating events occur. Both **the** enabling of periodic updating and **the** time period between periodic updates, are controlled by **the** operator and constitute a trade-off between signaling overhead and speed of recovery. Finally, **the** detach procedure relates to location updating. A detach procedure lets **the** network know that the MS **is** unreachable, in order to avoid futile channel allocations and pages to **the** MS. Similarly, there **is** an attach procedure, which informs **the** network that the mobile **is** reachable again.

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16. b. **The** area of a circle **is** equal to π r 2 . **The** radius of **the** inner circle **is** 5 m; therefore, **the** area of **the** inner circle **is** 25 π m 2 . **The** radius of **the** outer circle **is** (1.2)(5) = 6 m; therefore, **the** area of **the** outer circle **is** 36 π . Subtract **the** area of **the** inner circle from **the** area of **the** outer circle: 36 π – 25 π = 9 π m 2 .

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two magnetically coupled coils shown in Fig. C.l. **The** resistances Ri and R 2 represent **the** winding resistance of each coil. **The** goal **is** to replace **the** magnetically coupled coils inside **the** shaded area with a set of inductors that are not magnetically coupled. Before deriving **the** equivalent circuits, we must point out an important restriction: **The** voltage between terminals b and d must be zero. In other words, if terminals b and d can be shorted together without disturbing **the** voltages and currents in **the** original cir- cuit, **the** equivalent circuits derived in **the** material that follows can be used to model **the** coils. This restriction **is** imposed because, while **the** equivalent circuits we develop both have four terminals, two of those four terminals are shorted together. Thus, **the** same requirement **is** placed on **the** original circuits.

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Once **the** Call **Is** Made Whenever a call to a function **is** made, **the** compiler immediately leaves **the** place where it **is** to go to **the** place that was called. (Recall that this call to a function just needs **the** function name with any necessary parameters inside.) In **the** main function of **the** program, there will be an initial call to **the** factorial function, perhaps followed by an output statement to show that answer on **the** screen. **The** initial call **is** **the** ﬁrst call to start **the** recursive process. After recursion **is** com- pleted, **the** next statement—here, a cout statement—**is** executed.

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2 The receipt that is handed to the customer contains the restaurant code, receipt number same as the order number, number of persons and table ID at the time of the initial order, date/[r]

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When problems arise that involve even and odd numbers, you can use substitution to help remember **the** patterns and make **the** problems easier to solve. C o n s e c u t i v e I n t e g e r s Consecutive integers are integers listed in numerical order that differ by 1. An example of three consecutive integers **is** 3, 4, and 5, or –11, –10, and –9. Consecutive even integers are numbers like 10, 12, and 14 or –22, –20, and –18. Consecutive odd integers are numbers like 7, 9, and 11. When they are used in word problems, it **is** often useful to define them as x , x + 1, x + 2, and so on for regular consecutive integers and x , x + 2, and

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Let's say our current project **is** in production. We would like to make a note of that fact, so that if there are any problems later on, we can remove all files of later versions that do not have this tag. There are other advantages to tagging. You may have noticed that at certain points, Eclipse asks you where you want to do certain things, like comparisons and retrievals. It gives you **the** options to do it on **the** Head, a branch, or a version. So far, we've been doing this on **the** Head. However, we could do these things on a version. If you are working on a branch, and you want to do a file comparison on a file that was in **the** Head last year, you can do this with ease. Meanwhile, you are not touching **the** code in Head at all.

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" Faster data modification (insertions, updates, and deletions) Normalization speeds up **the** data modification process in a database. For example, removing client names and address information from **the** Invoice table results in less data to track and manipulate when working with an invoice. **The** removed data **is** not lost because it still exists in **the** Client table. Additionally, reducing duplicated information improves performance during updates because fewer values must be modified in **the** tables.

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The clinical behaviour of colon cancer is heterogeneous. Five-year overall survival is 50-65% with all stages included. Recurring somatic chromosomal alterations have been identified and some have shown potential as markers for dissemination of the tumour, which is responsible for most colon cancer deaths

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The second digit of the number is equal to the number o f digits 1, the third digit is equal to the number of digits 2, and the fourth digit represents the number of digits 3 in this n[r]

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default: echo "I do not know who you are, $name"; } Each case statement defines a value for which **the** next block of PHP code will be executed. If you assign your first name to $name and run this script, you will be greeted as a friend if your name **is** Damon or Shelley, and you will be told that you are not a friend if your name **is** either Adolf or Saddam. If you have any other name, **the** script will tell you it does not know who you are.

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A 2 = 1/16 and A -3 = 64 and so this answer **is** good. 24. A snake crawled for three minutes. In **the** first minute **the** snake traveled 65 feet, which was 30% farther than it traveled in **the** second minute. In **the** third minute **the** snake traveled at a speed of 5 feet per second. What **is** **the** total distance that the snake traveled in feet?

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4. Strong goal orientation Counselors who experience **the** greatest success have helped team members leap roadblocks by setting and achieving meaningful short- and long-term goals. They teach **the** power of goal setting. What’s that? Perhaps this power **is** best illustrated by recalling **the** old riddle: “How do you eat an elephant?” **The** answer: “One bite at a time.” Good counselors acknowledge the long-term goal (eating **the** elephant), but focus on **the** short-term measures (one bite at a time) that make **the** final vision achievable. Once **the** team experiences **the** power of goal setting, it becomes a familiar, trustworthy team tool.

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Câu 13: The number of pens is twice the number of pencils in a stationery.. The number of pencils is 6 times the number of erasers in the shop.[r]

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Find two 2-digit numbers given that if the large number is divided by the smaller number, the quotient is 4, and the sum of the smaller number and 4 is a number divisible by ten.. An o[r]

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Since, the atom _ _as a whole is neutral, the atomic number is equal to _ _the number of positive charges present in the nucleus._ _Atomic number = Number of protons present in the _ _nu[r]

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Though this chapter details a variety of ActionScript animation techniques, it only begins to cover **the** subject of motion through code. **The** basic building blocks are here, however, and it’s with these concepts (and related skills that grow from **the** ideas herein) that greater art and industry can be achieved. Next on **the** to-do list **is** **the** ability to partially free yourself from **the** con- straints of **the** Flash Professional interface and approach code-only projects with a little more latitude. When working with visual assets, we’ve so far relied heavily on symbols created within Flash and stored in a file’s library. It’s true that we’ve sneaked a dynamically created vector in here and there, such as in **the** second particle system in this chapter, when lines were drawn between particles in close proximity. Despite that, thus far we’ve typically instantiated objects from a file’s library using a linkage class. We’ll continue to do that any time complex artwork warrants this practice, but we’ll also begin to work with vectors and bitmaps created with code. In addition to giv- ing you more freedom, this approach can also reduce file size and make your SWFs load faster.

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Corollary 20. Let τ be a partition, let k be an integer. **The** pattern 12 · · · k ( τ + k )12 · · · k **is** equivalent to 12 · · · k ( τ + k ) k ( k − 1) · · · 1 . Furthermore, results of Rubey, in particular [20, Proposition 5.3], imply that the matrices Ik and Jk are in fact stack-equivalent, rather than just Ferrers-equivalent. More precisely, Rubey’s theorem deals with fillings of moon polyominoes with prescribed row- sums. However, since a transposed copy of a stack polyomino **is** a special case of a moon polyomino, Rubey’s general result applies to fillings of stack polyominoes with prescribed column sums as well. Combining this theorem with Lemma 11, we obtain **the** following result.

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where **is** independent on **the** **number** of points in **the** discrete mesh. It **is** worth to note that when **the** discrete equation **is** of higher order with respect to **the** continuous initial value problem, it **is** not necessary to approximate **the** latter with a discrete problem of **the** same type. In **the** case of first order di ﬀ erential equation, for example, only **the** condition y 0 **is** provided by **the** continuous problem. **The** additional conditions are at our disposal and we may fix them at our convenience. This **is** important because **the** well-known Dahlquist barriers impose several limitations on **the** choice of **the** methods in **the** class of LMMs used as initial value methods (IVMs). As matter of fact, there are not methods with order greater than two having **the** critical point asymptoti- cally stable for all q ∈ C − . When a discrete linear boundary value problem **is** considered, **the** error equation **is** well-conditioned if **the** **number** of initial conditions **is** equal to **the** **number** of roots of **the** characteristic polynomial inside **the** unit circle and **the** **number** of conditions at **the** end of **the** interval of integration **is** equal to **the** **number** of roots outside **the** unit circle [ 2 ]. Once again, we will have a well-conditioned problem when a fixed set of roots remains constantly inside **the** unit circle for all q ∈ C − . This result generalizes **the** stability condition for IVMs where **the** roots inside need to be all of them.

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In case the answer is wrong, the other team can answer If a LUCKY NUMBER is chosen, ONE POINT is given without the answer, and the team continues choosing another number to answer.. [r]

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• Horizontally partitioned data. All data owners have information about **the** same attributes, nevertheless **the** records or individuals included in their data bases are different. As stated above, for both centralized and distributed PPDM **the** only information that should be learnt by **the** data owners **is** **the** one that can be inferred from his original data and **the** ﬁnal computed analysis. In this setting, **the** centralized approach **is** considered as a reference result when analyzing **the** privacy of **the** distributed approach. Privacy leakage for **the** distributed approach **is** usually analyzed considering two types of adversaries.

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Although radiotherapy following mastectomy was demonstrated to reduce the recurring risk and improve the prognosis of patients with breast cancer, it is also notorious for comprehensive side effects, hence only a selected group of patients can benefit.

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ans: E 60. Aluminum has atomic **number** 13, helium has atomic **number** 2, and silicon has atomic **number** 14. In **the** nuclear reaction 27 Al + 4 He → 30 Si + ( ) **the** missing particle **is**: A. an α particle B. a positron C. an electron D. a proton E. a neutron

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