Q: What is the derivation of the word rasher?

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v=331+0.6t

DBYN:If in any derivation we replace the variables starting from the left side then it is called leftmost derivation in automata.let us take an example:consider the following production set--S->aBCB->ccaC->aBThen the leftmost derivation is as below:S=>aBC=>accaC[replacing variable B by cca]=>accaaB[replacing variable C by aB]=>accaacca[replacing variable B by cca]first time i don't have to logged in,i just click on answer it & share as much as i know,but in the 2nd time i have to logged in in order to improve the answer.Anyone knows why is that?

Yes. The derivation is a bit hard to do on here, but it can be found in Physical Chemistry: A Molecular Approach by McQuarrie and Simon.

Volume = Пr2h Area = 2Пr2+2Пrh (where r=radius of base, h=height of cylinder)

It is 1/3, not 0.33 which is an approximation. The derivation of this formula requires knowledge of integration. For basic mathematical details follow the link below.

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