The Divinity Criterion or Divine Equilibrium or Universal Divinity or D1-Criterion is a refinement of Perfect Bayesian equilibrium in a signaling game.
It is a restriction of receiver's beliefs to the type of senders for whom deviating towards an off-the-equilibrium message could improve their outcome compared to the equilibrium payoff. In addition to the restriction suggested by the Intuitive Criterion, the Divinity Criterion considers only those types which are most likely to send the off-the-equilibrium message.
If more than one sender could benefit from the deviation, the Intuition Criterion assigns equal probabilities for all the senders, whereas the D1-Criterion considers different probabilities.
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consider again a simple Daniell cell with salt bridge in place but no external electric connection between electrodes.
Reading from some source e.g. link1 it seems upon Zinc and Copper metal rods are dipped into their own ions solution, both will gain a negative charge (-) due to an...
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A uniform star has a mass of M and radius of R,use the hydrostatic equilibrium equation to find its centre pressure. (note: not the minimum
centre pressure)
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$$\frac{dp}{dr}=-\frac{Gm\left(r\right)\rho \left(r\right)}{r^2}[1]$$
The Attempt at a Solution...
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From the diagram below find the position of the man (##x##) if the system is in balance. Total length is ##L## and the man is distance ##x## from one end.
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3. The Attempt at a Solution [/B]
I know that the system must be in balance if all the torque and all...
What is the value of chemical potential of a substance at equilibrium?
According to following article it is zero:
https://www.uni-muenster.de/Physik.AP/Demokritov/en/Forschen/Forschungsschwerpunkte/mBECwatfratcp.html
But I have seen in many articles that it is the change in chemical potential...
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We are considering an UNBIASED junction.[/B]
I've read in a textbook that electric field created in the junction STOPS diffusion BUT in the same text its written the drift and diffusion currents cancel each other.
1. Does the diffusion and drift currents occur simulataneously...
As shown in Figure Q1a, a frictionless, massless, piston, supported by two springs, A and B, is held by a pin in a vacuum inside a rigid-walled container. The properties of the springs are: spring constants kA = 3,859 and kB = 3,090 (in N/m), natural lengths LA0 = 0.03 and LB0 = 0.1 (in m). When...
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A saturated solution of iodine in water contains 0.330g of I2/L. More than this can dissolve in a KI solution because of the following equilibrium
I2(aq) + I- (aq) <=> I3-
A 0.1M KI solution actually...
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A homogeneous wooden bar of length 10 cm, thickness 4 cm and weight 1 Kg is balanced
on the top of a semicircular cylinder of radius R as shown below. Calculate the
minimum radius of the semicircular cylinder if the wooden bar is at stable...
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Hi everyone,
I'm trying to finish my lab report but I'm stuck on this question and don't even know how to start it. Could anyone let me know how to board it or a starting clue?
I'm given these two equations
1. BaCrO4 (s) <---> Ba2+ (aq) + CrO42- (aq)
2. 2CrO42-...
In a recent class, my instructor covered the Kinetic Theory of gases. My question is in regard to the theory which states
1) The size of the individual molecues in a gas are so small that their volumes can be considered negligible.
The instructor then mentioned that the paticles in the gas can...
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Static equilibrium: Net force & net torque = 0
The Attempt at a Solution
Am i doing this correctly for part a? [/B]
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For the reaction:
2SO3(g) →2SO2(g)+O2(g)
when 2.00 mol of SO3 is added to a flask at 10.0 L and 350 K at fixed volume, at equilibrium the ratio of SO2:SO3 is 0.663. What is the values of the equilibrium constant? What is ΔG° at this temperature?
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a square box held with a person's fingers pushing downward one quarter of the way along the top of the box and with their thumb pushing side wards on the bottom of the side face of the box. Friction between the person's fingers and the box is obviously very important if...
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Hey, I haven't used a forum before, but out of desperation to find the solution/hint to this problem; google brought me here. I would really appreciate any help, as I am I not getting the correct answer. Thank you.
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Ʃτ = 0
ƩF = 0
The Attempt at a Solution
summing the torques for each piece, i found
Ʃτ = MgLsin(90-ψ) - mgIsin(ψ) = 0
MgLsin(90-ψ) = mgIsin(ψ)
ML/mI = sin(ψ)/sin(90-ψ) = sin(ψ)/cos(-ψ) = tan(ψ)
so ψ =...
#1 a uniform beam of weight 500 N and length 3.0 m is suspended horizontally. On the left is hinged to the wall; on the right it is supported by a cable bolted to the wall at distance D above the beam. The least tension that will snap the cable is 1200N. What value of D corresponds to that...
Classify the equlibrium points of the system-Pls help me, its urgent!
Hi ,
I have my maths exam tomorow and I am not able to understand the concept to classify the equilibrium points of a system.. I will be grateful if anyone could help me with this problem
Classify the equilibrium points...
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a 4.0kg block is held against a brick wall and is just kept from sliding down by the force F. The coefficient of friction is 0.35 between the block an d the wall.
Find the normal force and the minimum force F that will keep the block from sliding.
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A mass (m = 3 kg) is connected to a spring of constant k (k = 50 N/m), where the mass is connected at the top to a spring on a fixed incline. The coefficient of static friction between the mass and the incline is µ(subscript s) = 0.6 and the angle that the incline makes with the horizontal is...
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How could mother nature have improved on our arm design so that we could lift larger loads?
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None.
The Attempt at a Solution
I really don't understand how our arm design could be improved. Perhaps our pivot point was moved must torque be maximized? I'm...
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In the figure below the charge in the middle is Q = -4.6nC. For what charge q1 will charge q2 be in static equilibrium?
q1-----10cm------Q------10cm------q2
I know that the answer is supposed to be 18nC.
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F=Ke lq1llq2l/r2
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Find the pressure as a function of r for the region r<< R where R is the radius of the object. The density goes as \rho = \rho_o {(\frac{r_o}{r})}^2.
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I know how to get to the answer my problem is dealing with the infinite density at r = 0.The Attempt at a...
or some time the single point, in control systems they say it is the point where the internal variables of the system never change .
my question if we must have input of system zero, or it can be any value?
thanks
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In the figure below, a uniform beam of length 12.0 m is supported by a horizontal cable and a hinge at angle θ = 70°. The tension in the cable is 500 N.
(a) What is the gravitational force on the beam, in unit-vector notation?
(b) What is the force on the beam from the...
1.A 20.0 kg sack of potatoes is suspended
by a rope. A man pushes sideways with
a force of 50.0 N. What is the tension in
the rope?
2. A high wire is 25.0 m long and sags 1.0
m when a 50.0 kg tightrope walker stands
in the middle. What is the tension in the
wire? Is it possible to apply...
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A slender rod AB of weight W is attached to blocks A and B which move freely in the guides shown. The constant of the spring is k, and the spring is unstretched when \theta = 0. (a) Neglecting the weight of the blocks, derive an equation in W, k, l, and \theta which must be...
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Mass m is atached to the wall with a light string and set on a trolley with an inclined plane.
The string is parallel with the plane. Let's say that there is no friction at all.
Determine...
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Initially a mixture contains 0.723 mol each of N2 and O2 in an 7.20 L vessel. Find the composition of the mixture when equilibrium is reached at 3900°C. For the reaction below, the Kc = 0.0123 at 3900°C.
N2(g) + O2(g) 2 NO(g)
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I.C.E Tables (not...
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A block of mass m=2.0kg is held in equilibrium on an incline of angle=60 degrees by the horizontal force F.
a)determine the value of F
b)determine the normal force exerted by the incline on the block (ignore friction).
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Fnet = ma
Fnetx = 0...
well, i would like to ask abt sth we studied in theory of machines ' we studied chapter named(equilibrium of machines) but i am really so confused abt concept of this equilibrium
because in this chapter we have studied that any part of machines under equlibrium
u can apply these equations...
well, i would like to ask abt sth we studied in theory of machines ' we studied chapter named(equilibrium of machines) but i am really so confused abt concept of this equilibrium
because in this chapter we have studied that any part of machines under equlibrium
u can apply these equations...
I'm having trouble getting my head around how to determine the direction of the forces of reaction and of moment/torque in static equilibrium systems.
For example how do I determine the reactions for the system attachment and why are they as they are.
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A vertical load P is applied at end B of rod BC. The constant of the spring is k and the spring is unstretched when \theta = 0. (a) Neglecting the weight of the rod, express the angle \theta corresponding to the equilibrium position in terms of P, k, and l. (b) determine the...
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1) A 0.682-gram sample of an unknown weak monoprotic organic acid, HA, was dissolved in sufficient water to make 50 milliliters of solution and was titrated with a 0.135-molar NaOH solution. After the addition of 10.6 milliliters of base, a pH of 5.65 was recorded. The...
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A uniform beam of weight w is inclined at an angle \theta to the horizontal with its upper end supported by a horizontal rope tied to a wall and its lower end resting on a rough floor. (a) If the coefficient of static friction between the beam and floor is \mu_s, determine...
Hi! I'm a high school student I'm having a problem in solving this problem. Please help. thanks.
A 600N weight is attached to one of a 400N steel tube that is 2.4 m long. If the tube is balanced horizontally, what is the distance from the loaded end to the balance point?
A diving board of length 3.00 m is supported at a point a distance 1.00 m from the end, and a diver weighing 550 N stands at the free end. The diving board is of uniform cross section and weighs 255 N. Find the force at the end that is held down.
In part a, I found the normal force at the...
A stationary arrangement of two crayon boxes and three cords. Box A has a mass of 11.0kg and is on a ramp at angle θ=30.0 degrees; box B has a mass of 7.00 kg and hangs on a cord. The cord connected to Box A is parallel to the ramp which is frictionless (a) What is the tension in the upper cord...
Two identical, uniform, and frictionless spheres, each of mass m, rest in a rigid rectangular container. A line conecting their centers is at 45 degrees to the horizontal. Find the magnitudes of the forces on the spheres from (a) the bottom of the container, (b) the left side of the container...
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A mass m,is attached to 2 equal peices of string each of length, whose ends are attached to rings around a rod. If the static coefficient of friction between the rings and the rod is u, find the largest distance d between the rings such that...
[CHEM] Equlibrium Help please!
Hi, I am having trouble with a few questions on my chapter review and I have a test tomorrow. I wasn't at school today so I didn't get the chance to ask questions.
1. The oxidation of sulfur dioxide to sulfur trioxide is an important reaction. At 1000K, the...
Hi I just wanted to verify my process for solving this question:
Ok, first of all, I made a diagram to visualize the forces working on the sphere.
To get the Force magnitude of the wind (Fw), I started with the weight of the sphere ( 2.94x10^(-3) N ) and since the sphere is in equlibrium...