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Flash Distillation of a Mixture of Four Hydrocarbons
Operation of a Depropanizer
Primitive Pythagorean Triples on a Curvilinear Grid Defined by Euclid's Formula
Trisecting an Angle Using a Conchoid
Celestial Map of Constellations, Stars, and Planets
Fit, Interpolation, or Polynomial Interpolation in Uncertain Calculus
Operation of a Debutanizer
Quadratics Tangent to a Cubic
Chaotic Motion of a Bouncing Ball on a Harmonically Forced Oscillator
Adiabatic Compression of Pure Gases
The Present Value of Future Gas Use
Extractive Distillation of an Azeotropic Mixture of Isopropyl Alcohol and Water: Effect of Entrainer Feed Temperature
Comparing Measures of Line Jaggedness
A Domino Puzzle
Cauchy Mean-Value Theorem
Instantaneous Rate of Change: Exploring More Functions with the First and Second Derivatives
Time to Catch a Fly Ball in Baseball
Rotation about a Point in the Plane
Coordinates of a Point Relative to a Basis in 2D
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