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QUANTUM COMPUTING - EXAMPLE 32.7 : If | ± > = 0.707 ( | 0 > ± | 1 > ), prove that | Ψ (t = 0) > = | 0 > = 0.707 ( | + > + | - > ).

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I will complete chemical engg next yr from a deemed university. Earlier I dropped 2 yrs after std 12th. Then I got 2 yr back while completing engg, due to reasons beyond my control. Will I face any problem while applying for job. More so not many core companies come to our collg for placement. So i want to know which all companies can I apply to get a job?

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In a crusher where is the energy provided to it is used up for?

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ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL ENGINEERING - EXAMPLE 34.14 : For a formula of y = [ 1 - 1 / (1 + r) ^ n ] / r, let y = present value, r = interest rate / year, n = number of years to future value of 1 : (a) Find a simple mathematical relationship of y as a function of r when n = 1 million years. (b) What is the present value of $10000, if the annual discount rate is 10 %, forever?

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In a triple effect evaporator, the heat transfer for an evaporator is calculated as q = UA (TI – TF) where TI is the initial temperature, TF is the final temperature; U and A are constants. Given that heat transfer for the first evaporator : q(1) = UA (TI – TB); second evaporator : q(2) = UA (TB – TC); third evaporator : q(3) = UA (TC – TF) where q(x) is the heat transfer function, TB is the temperature of second inlet and TC is the temperature of third inlet, prove that the overall heat transfer Q = q(1) q(2) q(3) = UA (TI – TF).

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