For two bodies with equal radius, the more massive has the greater escape velocity. For two bodies with equal mass, the one with smaller radius has the greater escape velocity. Both conditions listed in the question indicate greaterescape velocity.
the long run curve is at a minimum point
the smaller one is more dense. because it takes up less space but has the equal amount of mass.
No, and it's not smaller either. They're equal lengths.
When average variable costs equal to the average marginal cost, the average variable cost will be at the minimum point. i.e. lowest cost
No. And it's not smaller either. Those two quantities are equal.
11 is 1 greater than 10 10 is 1 smaller than 11
6 km equals 6000 m which is greater than 660 m
No. The LCM has to be equal to or greater than the largest number in the set.
The sum of the 2 smaller sides must be greater than the longest side
It can be any of them. If your final speed is the fastest you have gone then it is smaller, if it is the slowest you have gone then it is bigger and if it is the average of what you have been doing then it is the same.
Not always, if the smaller number is 0 or a negative number. Then their sum will be equal or less than the greater number.
The remainder must always be smaller.
Expressed as a decimal, 15/25 is equal to 0.6. This is therefore smaller than 0.625.
No. At most, it can be equal to the smaller number.
what is c, x + 2y, x+y equal to or greater than 8, x equal to or greater than 3, y equal to or greater than 0.
anything greater than of equal to 2.0 is passing.
because at the minimum costs the adition costs(MC) is equal to average costs(AC) and which is a cost of single unit.
greater or equal >=12% of the sales should me the minimum a poorly operated dunkin franchise should be making
The average orbital velocity of the Earth is equal to 29.78 km/s. This is equal to 66,610.9918 miles per hour.
The greater than or equal to sign is "≥".
a is greater than or equal to 3
No - 0.5 is equal to 5/10, one tenth smaller than six tenths.
That would be any number greater or equal to 15, and smaller than 25.