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Q: How do you calculate delta t?

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Delta T (oC) =Inlet Temperature (oC) -outlet temperature (oC)

(delta)T=Kf (freezing point depression contstant_ x m (molality) x i

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

Delta means "change in"For example: Delta T means "change in temperature". To calculate this it would be (final temperature) - (initial temperature)

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

Delta G (written triangle G) = Delta H -T Delta S

impulse=f*delta T here f= delta P(momentum)\delta T * delta T delta T cancel with delta T so, impulse will have same dimension as momentum i.e. ML/t

You can do the following. Make a diagram to illustrate the initial velocity at a certain position, and the velocity after a short time, delta-t. Calculate the change of velocity (delta-v) during that time. Divide delta-v by delta-x to get the acceleration. Finally, calculate the limit as delta-t tends toward zero - that is, figure out what happens when delta-t gets smaller and smaller.

delta T or ▲T is the change of temperature. ▲T= (Final Temperature-Initial Temperature)

Depends on the temperature change. Delta means the change in. Delta t is the change in temperature (usually in kelvin or Celsius) so if the heat increased 50 C than delta t = 50. Delta t = Final T - Intial T

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