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Hhhhgffghj 27/09/2016 in  GATE Coaching classes, Instrumentation(GATE Coaching classes)

What is the probability of the conversation after exceeding 5 minutes if the duration in minutes of a telephone conversation follows the exponential distribution f(x) = 1/5 e power -x/5,x ? 0 ?

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Anurag 27/09/2016 in  GATE Coaching classes, Instrumentation(GATE Coaching classes)

What are the value of ? if the boundary value problem y’’ + ?y = 0 will have non-zero solutions ?

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Madhuri 27/09/2016 in  GATE Coaching classes, Instrumentation(GATE Coaching classes)

What is Newton-Raphson iteration scheme for finding the square root of 2 ?
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Tania 27/09/2016 in  GATE Coaching classes, Instrumentation(GATE Coaching classes)

A thermometer with time constant t, initially at the ambient temperature, is used to measure the temperature of a liquid in a both. The excess temperature of the thermometer and the liquid over the ambient are ??(t) and ??l(t), respectively, where t denotes the time.If ??l(t) = kt, where k is a constant, the steady state error, defined as lim[ ??(t)...  more»
A thermometer with time constant t, initially at the ambient temperature, is used to measure the temperature of a liquid in a both. The
excess temperature of the thermometer and the liquid over the ambient are ??(t) and ??l(t), respectively, where t denotes the time.If ??l(t) = kt, where k is a constant, the steady state error, defined as lim[ ??(t) - ??l(t)] where x tends to infinity. What is the value of ??(t) ?
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Shamss 27/09/2016 in  GATE Coaching classes, Instrumentation(GATE Coaching classes)

In a laminar flow experiment, fluid A is pumped through a straight tube and the volumetric flow rate and pressure drop per unit length are recorded. In a second straight tube having twice the internal diameter of the first one. Fluid B records the same pressure drop per unit length at the same volumetric flow rate. Assuming fully developed flow conditions...  more»
In a laminar flow experiment, fluid A is pumped through a straight tube and the volumetric flow rate and pressure drop per unit length are recorded. In a second straight tube having twice the internal diameter of the first one. Fluid B records the same pressure drop per unit length at the same volumetric flow rate. Assuming fully developed flow conditions in the tubes, the ratio of the dynamic viscosity of fluid B to that fluid A. What is the value of fluid A to that of B?
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Asif 27/09/2016 in  GATE Coaching classes, Instrumentation(GATE Coaching classes)

A pH electrode, being used at 25?, has a source resistance of 1030??. The electrode obeys the Nernst equation perfectly. The electrode voltmeter, with which the potential is being measured, has an input impedance of 1011?? and a gain of 100. If the pH of the analyst change from 6.3 to 7.8, What is the change in voltage observed on the voltmeter? "  more»
A pH electrode, being used at 25?, has a source resistance of 1030??. The electrode obeys the Nernst equation perfectly. The electrode voltmeter, with which the potential is being measured, has an input impedance of 1011?? and a gain of 100. If the pH of the analyst change from 6.3 to 7.8, What is the change in voltage observed on the voltmeter?
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