Statute Law Revision Act is a stock short title which was formerly used in the United Kingdom, and is still used in Australia, Canada and in the Republic of Ireland, for legislation whose purpose is statute law revision. Such Acts normally repealed legislation which was either obsolete in the sense of being no longer relevant, or spent in the sense of having ceased to be in force otherwise than by virtue of formal repeal (for example because the Act was only in force for a particular time or purpose which has expired). In the United Kingdom, the short title Statute Law (Repeals) Act is now used instead. "Statute Law Revision Acts" may collectively refer to enactments with this short title.
The single biggest Statute Law Revision Act in any jurisdiction was the Statute Law Revision Act 2007 enacted in Ireland which repealed 3,225 previous Acts. The Statute Law Revision programme commenced in Ireland in 2003 which has resulted in six Statute Law Revision Acts to date (see below) and the express repeal of a total of around 8,000 Acts is the largest statute law revision programme carried out internationally.Statute Law Revision Acts are sometimes referred to as expurgation Acts.
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Workings : add 4x+5=9
3x+6=9
9/3 =3/3
3x=3
Homework Statement
For x,y,z ## \in \mathbb {R^+} ##, prove that
## \sqrt {x (3 x +y) } + \sqrt {y (3y +z) } + \sqrt {z(3z +x)} \leq ~ 2(x +y+ z) ##Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
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A cylinder of mass M and radius R rolls without slipping on a plank
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Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
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See image attached, have completed the parts a and b using steam tables and interpolation and got the answers
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The problem -
The volume of a body whose surface is formed on the underside
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Homework...
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The problem is attached as an image. Note this is from a past exam.
Homework Equations
Conservation of angular momentum.
Rotational kinetic energy.
The Attempt at a Solution
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A pion traveling at speed β(=v/c) decays into a muon and a neutrino, π→μ + \nu. If the neutrino emerges at 90° to the original pion direction at what angle does the muon come off...
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Solve
-x1 + 6x2 -2x3 = 0
5x1 + x2 + 2x3 = 0
over Z7
Additional Question: How can we immediately tell there is more than one solution?Homework EquationsDon't know.
The Attempt at a Solution
[-1 6 -2 0]_________[ (-1mod7) 6 (-2mod7) 0]
[5 1 2 0] _____=>...
Homework Statement
Thanks to everyone who has helped me so far - I'm very grateful.
(1) Prove that the multiplicative inverse in any field is unique
(2) Prove the cancellation law | ab = ac => b=c
(3) Prove (-1)a = -a
Homework Equations
The field axioms...
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I have a test on Energy in a few days, I'm in the top science class at my school (grade 9).
Homework Equations
The test is on stuff like, Kinectic Energy, Potentional Energy, Renewable Energys etc.
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In 6th edition of Engineering Mathematics, Programme F2 Intro to Algebra, so far I get it all there, but I'm stumped on one question in the revision excercise, it goes like this:
((2a-3)/4b)+((3a+2)/6b)
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He then goes on to break down the answers...
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A baseball player friend of yours wants to determine his pitching speed. You have him stand on a ledge and throw the ball horizontally from an elevation 3.00 m above the ground. The ball lands 30.0 m away.
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The following atomic masses have been determined (in Atomic mass units, u) (A = atomic mass number, Z = proton number)
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Be(A=7,Z=4) - 7.0192 u
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The Monty Hall Problem states that during a gameshow, a contestant can choose one of three doors. One of these three doors contains a car, whereas the other two doors contain a gag prize. After selecting your door of choice, the host will open one of the two gag prize doors. At this point, is it...
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