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Multiple Steady States in a Continuously Stirred Tank ReactorWeight of a Person Riding in an ElevatorDiffusion and Reaction in a Catalyst PelletAnimated Remainder GraphPropagation in an Anisotropic Medium Using Huygens's Principle
Quadratic Surface Cross-SectionsNumber of Cubes Stacked in a CornerGiven a Segment, Construct Its Perpendicular Bisector; Given a Triangle, Construct Its Circumcircle27b. Construct a Triangle Given Its Perimeter, an Angle and the Length of the Altitude to the Side Opposite the Angle27a. Construct a Triangle Given a Side, the Length of the Altitude to It and the Opposite Angle
26c. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of Its Base, the Angle Opposite the Base and the Length of That Angle's Bisector26b. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of Its Base, the Angle Opposite the Base and the Length of That Angle's Bisector25. Construct a Triangle Given Its Base, the Difference of the Base Angles and the Length of One of Three Line Segments24c. Construct a Triangle Given the Difference of Base Angles, Length of the Altitude from the Base and the Sum of the Lengths of the Other Two Sides24b. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of the Altitude to the Base, the Difference of Base Angles and the Sum of the Lengths of the Other Sides
24a. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of the Altitude to the Base, the Difference of Base Angles and the Sum of the Lengths of the Other Sides20. Construct a Triangle Given the Length of Its Base, the Difference of Its Base Angles and a Line Containing the Third VertexBand Structures in Zigzag Graphene Nanoribbons and Armchair Carbon NanotubesA Canonical Optimal Stopping Problem for American OptionsCyclic Staircase versus Cyclic Voltammetry for Reversible Electron Transfer Reaction