# Analysis of the relationship between the fuel economy​ (mpg) and engine size​ (liters) for 35 models of cars produces the regression model ModifyingAbove mpg with caret equals 36.44 minus 3.829 times Engine size. If a car has a 5 liter​ engine, what does this model suggest the gas mileage would​ be?

Gas mileage is 17.29

Explanation:

Given data:

The total number of the model is 35

The total size of the engine is 5 ltr

The regression model is given as

From the information given in question we have

Regression equation is : model- mpg

Therefore for engine capacity of 5 liters;

Gas mileage

Gas mileage is 17.29

Explanation:

## Related Questions

If 3.00 ✕ 10−3 kg of gold is deposited on the negative electrode of an electrolytic cell in a period of 2.59 h, what is the current in the cell during that period? Assume the gold ions carry one elementary unit of positive charge.

0.158 A.

Explanation:

Mass of gold deposited = 3 x 10^-3 kg

= 3 g

Molar mass = 196 g/mol

Number of moles = 3/196

= 0.0153 mol.

1 coloumb = 96500 C/mol

Quantity of charge, Q = 96500 * 0.0153

= 1477.04 C.

Remember,

Q = I * t

t = 2.59 hr

= 2.59 * 3600 s

= 9324 s

Current, I = 1477.04/9324

= 0.158 A.

0.158A

## Explanation:

Using Faraday's first law of electrolysis which states that the mass(m) of a substance deposited or liberated at any electrode is directly proportional to the quantity of charge or electricity (Q) passed. i.e

m ∝ Q

m = Z Q

Where;

Z is the proportionality constant called electrochemical equivalent.

Faraday also observed that when 1 Faraday of electricity is equivalent to 96500C of charge.

Also,

Quantity of charge (Q), which is the product of current (I) passing through and the time taken (t) for the electrolysis, is given by;

Q = I x t;         ----------------------(i)

With all of these in place, now let's go answer the question.

Since the gold ions carry one elementary unit of positive charge, now let's write the cathode-half reaction for gold (Au) as follows;

Au⁺ + e⁻ = Au  ---------------------(ii)

From equation (ii) it can be deduced that when;

1 Faraday (96500C) of electricity is passed, 1 mole of Au forms ( = 197 grams of Au)   [molar mass of Au = 197g]

Then, 3.00 x 10⁻³ kg (= 3 g of Au) will be formed by 3g x 96500C / 197g = 1469.5C

Therefore, the quantity of charge (Q) deposited is 1469.5C

Substitute this value (Q = 1469.5C)  and time t = 2.59h (= 2.59 x 3600 s) into equation (i);

Q = I x t

1469.5  = I x 2.59 x 3600

1469.5  = I x 9324

Solve for I;

I = 1469.5 / 9324

I = 0.158A

Therefore, the current in the cell during that period is 0.158A

Note:

1 mole of gold atoms = 176g

i.e the molar mass of gold (Au) is 176g

URGENT!!!!!! Assume that a wire has 1.5 ohms of resistance. If the wire is connected to two batteries with a total voltage of 3.0 V, how much current will flow through the wire? 3.0 amps 2.3 amps 2.0 amps 1.0 amps

2.0 amps

Explanation:

Current is the ratio of voltage to resistance:

I = V/R = (3.0)/(1.5) = 2.0

The current in the wire is 2.0 amps.

The cycle is a process that returns to its beginning, but it does not repeatitself.
True
False

False. It does repeat itself

A cylinder with a diameter of 2.0 in. and height of 3 in. solidifies in 3 minutes in a sand casting operation. What is the solidification time if the cylinder height is doubled? What is the time if the diameter is doubled?

3 min 55 sec is the solidification time if the cylinder height is doubled

7min 40 sec if the diameter is doubled

Explanation:

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Two wooden crates rest on top of one another. The smaller top crate has a mass of m1 = 25 kg and the larger bottom crate has a mass of m2 = 91 kg. There is NO friction between the crate and the floor, but the coefficient of static friction between the two crates is µs = 0.79 and the coefficient of kinetic friction between the two crates is µk = 0.62. A massless rope is attached to the lower crate to pull it horizontally to the right (which should be considered the positive direction for this problem).1)The rope is pulled with a tension T = 234 N (which is small enough that the top crate will not slide). What is the acceleration of the small crate?2)In the previous situation, what is the magnitude of the frictional force the lower crate exerts on the upper crate?3)What is the maximum tension that the lower crate can be pulled at before the upper crate begins to slide?4)The tension is increased in the rope to 1187 N causing the boxes to accelerate faster and the top box to begin sliding. What is the acceleration of the upper crate?m/s25)As the upper crate slides, what is the acceleration of the lower crate?

Explanation:

Let the bigger crate be in touch with the ground which is friction less. In the first case both m₁ and m₂ will move with common acceleration because m₁ is not sliding over m₂.

1 ) Common acceleration a = force / total mass

= 234 / ( 25 +91 )

= 2.017 m s⁻².

2 ) Force on m₁ accelerating it , which is nothing but friction force on it by m₂

= mass x acceleration

= 25 x 2.017

= 50.425 N

The same force will be applied by m₁ on m₂ as friction force which will act in opposite direction.

3 ) Maximum friction force that is possible between m₁ and m₂

= μ_s m₁g

= .79 x 25 x 9.8

= 193.55 N

Acceleration of m₁

= 193 .55 / 25

= 7.742 m s⁻²

This is the common acceleration in case of maximum tension required

So tension in rope

= ( 25 +91 ) x 7.742

= 898 N

4 ) In case of upper crate sliding on m₂ , maximum friction force on m₁

=  μ_k m₁g

= .62 x 25 x 9.8

= 151.9 N

Acceleration of m₁

= 151.9 / 25

= 6.076 m s⁻².

Temperature°F = (9/5 * °C) + 32°
°C = 5/9 * (°F - 32°)
1 pt each. Using the table above as a guide, complete the following conversions. Be sure to show your work to the side:
1. 5 cm = ________ mm
2. 83 cm = ________ m
3. 459 L = _______ ml
4. .378 Kg = ______ g
5. 45°F = ________ °C
6. 80°C = _________ °F