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Eighth of nine questions.

I'm using screen shots to ensure you see what I see.

All answers are integers in the range 0 to 9.

Where required, assume g=9.81

PS. Second attempt. I did ask this question a few days ago but got no response. In fact, checking my emails I can't find a receipt, so it obviously got lost somewhere and never reached you.

Sorry, I did not get any email notification for either of these! There must be some problem. I will investigate.

Here, the important thing is that the a probability density function has integral 1. If you integrate fS(t), you get 2p/3. This means p = 3/2.

3*2+2 is 8.

No idea what "q" is for.

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