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This premier aircraft manufacturer produced Flying on Demand, Global Market Forecast 2014-2033, a reference book that provides comprehensive economic, financial and political coverage of 200-plus countries. Stakeholders throughout the commercial airline industry rely on the book’s insights regarding product innovation, production and planning.
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I have been studying gears and there is this law of gear ratios that say that small diameter gears when rotated 2 times , then the large diameter gear rotates one time. (Assuming 2:1 ratio). but if we are using big diameter gear as drive gear and using to rotate small diameter gear, then torque shou
Hi Guys! I was doing a vector math problem since we have this module in this semester in math,I'm an electrical engineer student don't get me wrong and I gat stuck on how to find the vector parallel to the line. The question is : Determine if the plane given by -x+2z=10 and the line given by r=(5,2-
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