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N 8fa

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Strength of the 8FA samples was gradually growing over the time of experiment. The 8FASS and 8FAK samples had fluctuating strength, which significantly declined from the initial value, particularly in case of the 8FAK specimens (83% reduction). In the solution of magnesium sulphate all geopolymer samples & * > : .cf # to o c & 3. 35 # fol. # E c 3 O O ; y I 0 100 150 O .50 100 150 *ime, Days Time, Days a b 80 o n 8F T*N 8FA —A8FASS 0. # 50 :^grass X x8FA .C. t; 50 X Local icety No. 28.— A. 8. F. A. L Local Waybill No. 1. toion pacific railway, e. d. Car No. 1354 ; initial, — . WH of freight fonoarded from Fabmount to Ft. Uarker, date Feb. 1, 18G9. A true copy of the original waybill. M. H. Goble, Freight Auditor.

No..29.— A. 8. F. A. L Local Waybill No. 2. tjnion pacific railway, e. d. Car No. 1234 ; initial, — . Local leai/bUl of freight forwarded from Fairmount to Fort Barker, date Feb. 2, 18C9. D. H. Mit.'hhll Consignee and des A. Q. it., Fort Marker. 158.40 Before proving (14) we observe that (14) is compatible with the Lax flows (3) since from the factorization form of L we have 3L d<jpj jj£ = 2_, P„ * . ' ' * ^'+' * * P<l * *Pl 1 " = z z2p„ * . . . * Pm * (Pi * B§1, B(£ * * *.☆P, LK i=i = {B{k\L)K. Lemma. The Hamiltonian flows for the Miura variables fa can be expressed as — =res{P,, pi\ *. *(L1/n*)*" * P„*.. .* pM \ . (15) otk Proof. From the variation 8L 8Ll/n 8fa 8<j>j *

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(255|Chepst.9.J. Irving 16|BrJamai Al A. x9 c.f. 3 D → |K Fo ; : 251|Philip 8's CR, Leslie 336|Bltmrest4C,Ha |L.O.S.C. A. —Tabb Ss. CGWheeler|372|Virgin.(b) Now let P be such that rad/((P) is a direct sum of two nonisomorphic uniserial A [modules Rx and R2. Then ,f A(rndA(P)) satisfies (3) by the inductive assumption on At. Since Ax is simply connected then the vector space category '(, K (radA ( P)) is Schurian and Ji'A (radA(P)) satisfies the assumptions of Lemma 1 with C = $ Al (rad^(P))n 8fA(N). If Y is a new A module from JM A (N), i.e., V" / 0, then we can prove as above that Y" must have a direct summand Lc from C and, in view of  1.1 kN (ii)0.31kN Exercise 4.4: Examination questions 1 (i) 100N (ii)

173N.(iii) Maxvalue = 200N 2 (i) 4.0 kN (ii) 3.5 kN (3.46 kN to 3 sig figs) 3 (b)(i)0.14kN (ii)0.13kN 4 B 5 (a)200N (c) 311 N (e) Tension increases markedly 6 D 7 (a) 100 N (b) Net force = 0 (c) 15 Nm (d)25N 8 (ii)6.5N (iii) 8.5 N 9 (a) (i) 1. (93x104 + 8FA)Nm 2. 112x 104Nm (ii) FA = 2.4x 104Nm (b) When FA = 0 (c) Increase angle beyond 60: until load just clears end of crane body 10 (b) (i) P = 2500 N, (?= 1875 N (ii) P, i s i a N » 0 3 N I J M 0 N П О A U0H9ID NN 0 Q » N N 1 1 И * A \f J S N H П X KOSH « u l S 1 3 ti 3 s i s i о а a i s i и з i d э a 3 а sa33Ni3N3 а 3 1 а » н з э s s 3 r л а а V i »du V 8 i a i а V N о з 1 э » н э i и a i о N а « N о a а о з i з о v а i u э а n 1 s N O i 3

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8y."l dy* ( } / 8 fa, 8:fa dfa 

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