In Demography, the rate of natural increase (RNI), also known as natural population change, is defined as the birth rate minus the death rate of a particular population, over a particular time period. It is typically expressed either as a number per 1,000 individuals in the population or as a percentage. RNI can be either positive or negative. It contrasts to total population change by ignoring net migration.
This RNI gives demographers an insight into how a region's population is evolving, and these analyses can inform government attempts to shape RNI.
I saw an airgun that shot arrows. The arrows was placed over the barrel instead of inside it. I realized that this will make the effective length of the barrel increase, without increasing the length of the actual barrel.
I made a picture to explain what I mean:
I hope you get my explanation...
Please walk me step by step on how to do it (we don't have imaginary numbers so don't bring that up)
Also how to put signs on the numbers line when I get minus in the root? (non solveable equation)
Sorry for my English.
The set of equations is
I have first tried to solve only first two equations (removing the components of other 4 equations from them.)
This is the output, where first column is the time, 2nd - X_p, and 3rd - X_n
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While calculating the surface area for an object, I was told the below statement. However, I am not sure is this correct, please can someone help me to explain this with an example? Is the below statement always true?
The surface area % increase should be in line or less than the %...
Hello everyone. First post! I am struggling to understand an issue in our (histology) lab.
We use large downdraft tables which extract the noxious substances we use, mainly formaldehyde, while we process surgical samples. These tables have a steel cover with lots of holes about 5mm diameter...
For this problem,
The solution is,
I understand their logic for their equation, but when I was trying to solve this problem, I came up with a different expression:
##\Delta A = \Delta L_x\Delta L_y##
##\Delta L_x =\Delta L_y = \Delta L## since this is a square.
##\Delta A = \Delta L^2##...
Hi again all, hope you are all doing great and enjoying the spring as well as nice weather. This is sort of a continuation thread of my falling in love thread here that I posted a while back but with a new question witch is: Can I get the same effect to live longer by falling in love, having sex...
Hello all, the short story is, I am basically trying to get the same ( or a little more) “power” out of a larger lawn mower type gas engine ( vertical shaft) as one of the largest (120 ish cc) chainsaws ( ref the Stihl MS 880 or newer 881 at approx 10-12k rpm and 9 Hp)
The parameters are : a...
I've understood that between time t=0 to t=1 sec (moving backward), the object is moving with increasing velocity in the negative direction, slows down, and comes to rest at t = 1 sec. At t = 1 sec, the object returns to its starting position, briefly rests, and then begins to accelerate (moving...
Every time when you increase RPM on longitudinal placed internal combustion engine, car shake to side in oposite direction of crankshaft rotation.
This is reaction moment for change in RPM of crankshaft/flywheel.
How this reaction moment transfer to engine block/car if crankshaft is separated...
Example: The radius of the Earth is 6371 km. It has an average density of 5.5 g/cm3. Earth's inner core has the highest density at 12.9 g/cm3 [more than double the average]. Its surface gravity is measured in units of acceleration, which, in the SI system, are meters per second squared. It may...
"Heat is the transfer of kinetic energy between molecules. If the velocity is more, the kinetic energy will be more so that the heat is more."
"As an object's speed increases, the drag force from the fluid increases exponentially. For example, when you drive at high speeds, the frictional force...
If I have on my PC let's say sound on 50% and I increase it on 100%, how would the sound intensity change? Would it be twice bigger? But I think that function of sound intensity level dependent on sound percets is a linear function, isn't it? How to explain it? Why is it the linear function?
I am working on a Pix2pix Gan but I small dataset size of about 250 Pairs of images. What are good ways in code to artificially increase my dataset size?
Hello, I was wondering, for a fixed amount of water, why when the height of a water tower increases, the water pressure at the outlet of the pipe at the base of the tower increases ?
I have often read on the internet that it would be caused by the weight of the water above the water at the base...
If I have 100mL inside a glass with a closed cap. I take the cap off, measure DO, put the cap back on and decrease the temperature 20 degrees. No agitation of any sort.
Does the DO increase?
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On 20.06.2022 we have 1 million dollars for 10 days, so until 30.06.2022, and we want to increase the capital through shares.
(The data of the shares can be found on finance.yahoo.com)
So we want to check which stock has the biggest increase in this period.
So we have to use the...
My approach is as follows;
##\dfrac{dr}{dt}=\dfrac{dr}{da}⋅\dfrac{da}{dt}##
##\dfrac{dr}{da}=\dfrac{1}{2πr}##
##\dfrac{dr}{dt}=\dfrac{1}{2πr}⋅15##
##\dfrac{dr}{dt}=\dfrac{7.5}{πr}##
and noting that ##r= \sqrt{\dfrac {50}{π}}##
##\dfrac{dr}{dt}=\dfrac{7.5}{12.533}=0.598## cm/s
*kindly note...
Inductance according to Faraday's law depends on a changing magnetic field. The magnitude of the induced emf depends on the magnitude of change in the magnetic field per change in time. Based on that, how does adding a constant magnetic field (a ferromagnet), increase the inductance of an inductor?
This is my first post so I apologize if i am in error anywhere. I recently had a thought that I have had trouble confirming. Based on the following assumptions.
1.) As you accelerate an object near the speed of light it’s mass increases exponentially.
2.) Mass warps space time.
3.) Spacetime...
Hello guys, can anyone help me to understand why an increase in peripheral resistance causes an increase in the blood pressure?
If we assume the equation
Delta P = R times Q
If we assume Q is constant, the greater the resistance the greater the the decrease in pressure, so the pressure should...
Consider the following example:
Point A has coordinates 45 lat, 0 long. Point B has coordinates 45 lat, 2 long. Both points are 5000 ft above sea level. The distance between them is X.
Point C has coordinates 45 lat, 100 long. Point D has coordinates 45 lat, 102 long. Both points are at sea...
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M can then be split up into 2 components: the mass of the payload which is known, and the mass of the wing.
The wing material has a known thickness and density meaning its mass is given by: surface area of wing* mass per m^2 (mass m^2 is used as density and thickness are known so an...
I'm an EE with only a surface knowledge of solid state. I know this forum is mostly for students but I don't know where else to find a lot of physicists. Also, please forgive me if this is a dumb question.
For a circuit I want to build, I need a transistor that can conduct > 10,000 A, but does...
If I orient my refrigerator such that the condenser coils at the back are facing a glass door (least insulation in room, cold outdoors) will CP increase? CP=Qc/(Qh-Qc) so Qh-Qc will be smaller thus CP larger. Could this damage refrigerator?
say for 3.013bar absolute pressure
pressure ratio :
P/Po = 14.7psi/43.707psi = 0.33
which means its chocked flow
now i want to find diameter or area of orifice :
so could anyone help me
A question to physicists: What sort of real world scenario / image would *best* depict the increase in gravitational potential energy in a radial field?
Would a rocket traveling through the Earth's atmosphere suffice or are there better alternatives?
This image would have to be relevant to the...
A carousel has the shape of a circular disc with radius 1.80 m and a mass of 300 kg. There are two people with masses of 30 and 45 kg out on the edge while carousel rotates with the angular speed 0.6 rad / s.
The people move towards the center of the carousel
Calculations show that the...
So when volume decreases, pressure increases according to Boyle's Gas Law and the ideal Gas Law. In other words, compressing gas into a smaller volume increases the vapor pressure. And also, According to Gay-Lussac's Law and ideal Gas Law, when pressure increases on a gas, temperature also...
a) ##P_f=\frac{nRT_f}{V_f}=\frac{nR\frac{T_i}{2}}{2V_0}=\frac{1}{4}\frac{nRT_i}{V_0}=\frac{1}{4}P_i##
b) ##Q=\Delta U=nC_V \Delta T=n\frac{5}{2}R(-\frac{T_i}{2})=-\frac{5}{4}nRT_i=-\frac{5}{4}P_i V_0## (##L=0## since the gas expands in a vacuum;Now, (a) and (b) are both correct but not (c), for...
Some estimates through calculating the sun mass loss and increase in mass loss say that the white dwarf phase of the Sun will have roughly about 50% the current mass of the Sun (not sure about it). Whatever the actual mass loss is going to be, assuming that the 50% mass loss is true, where would...
Since an object's apparent mass increases as it approaches the speed of light, does it's gravitational forces also increases? (From a stationary observer's point of view)
I have read that an electron requires certain minimum energy of threshold frequency to move an orbit
However the energy needed decreases with increase in shell number
The transition energy is reduced with each orbit
For example
The energy to shift an electron from 1st to 2nd orbit is much...
If the statement above is correct, I do not understand this concept. I guess by charging my phone I am not producing matter. Does it mean in this case, energy converts to mass (not matter)? Can someone please explain this?
I read this book called Lifespan by a Harvard researcher called David Sinclair.
They have found that Sirtuin genes (SIRT1 to SIRT7) help in repairing epi-genetic damage and have been able to extend mice lifespans by 20%.
They are going to move to human trials within the next few years.
Is...
I know this is a hypothetical question, but we can still have a general idea for how we could do it in the future. I wonder how theoretically with good enough technology a human can achieve a super-human strength(or close to it) without large muscles or non-biological components attached to...
If I a have a gas confined in a certain initial volume Vin at a certain pressure Pin and at a certain temperature Tin, and istantaneously compress it down to a final volume Vfin < Vin, how do I calculate the increase in temperature?
Assume I know the exact pressure curve (P vs. V).
The system...
Can anyone help me with this?
-How much heat must be added to 3.5 m3 /s of moist air with a dry bulb temperature of 10°C and a relative humidity of 60% to raise the temperature of the air by 17°C?
• What will be the relative humidity of the air once this heat is added?
• What is the power...
We know temperature is a measure of average kinetic energy of molecules/particles of a system. Now if a car starts to move, its velocity increases so does its kinetic energy. Therefore all the molecules are gaining velocity too. Shouldn't this increase the temperatre as average kinetic energy of...
This is a continuation of my previous topic Is there any linkage between historic Oxygen levels in Earth's atmosphere and organism size?
So, let’s forget about primitive organisms and turn our attention to higher ones, for example rodents, primates :oldsmile:
Are there any genes discovered...
How much energy is required to double the radius of a uniformly dense stellar object? Express the answer in terms of mass and the radius of the object.
"Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing the Effects of Far-Infrared Emitting Ceramic Fabric Shirts and Control Polyester Shirts on Transcutaneous PO2" K Washington et al 2018 Apr 10. doi: 10.4172/2165-8064.1000349
J Text Sci Eng. 2018; 8(2): 349.
This study affirmed the fabric's effect -...
Not sure if this is the right subforum to place this question?
I stumbled on this idea, to make the cargo ship industry more efficient.
The propellor of a cargo ship (<100m long) is relative inefficient, around 80% ( i know, this is pretty efficient for an boat propellor), and the harder the...
This post is slightly different from a previous post sent to mathematical forum : this is because I talk about here the MATLAB function "eig" with 2 arguments but this concerns actually the combination between 2 biased tracers in Cosmology context.
I am looking for a common basis of...
I have been thinking about the physical significance of Planck's constant.
The effect of increasing Planck's constant on blackbody radiation is the red line below. Y-axis is frequency
Apparently if Planck's constant were infinite then there would be no blackbody radiation. But we know that...
The intrinsic concentration ##n_i## varies with T as
##n_i^2 = A_0T^3e^{\frac{-E_{G0}} {kT}} ## ---> eq1
The mobility ##\mu## varies as ##T^{-m}## over a temperature range of 100 to 400K. For Germanium, m = 1.66 (2.33) for electrons (holes) as per book.
The conductivity is given by ##\sigma =...