Bottle A contains a liter of milk and bottle B contains a liter of coffee.

Bottle A contains a liter of milk and bottle B contains a liter of coffee. A spoonful of coffee from B is poured into A, and the contents are mixed well. Liquid from A is then poured into B until B has one liter of liquid. Is the fraction of coffee in A greater than the fraction of milk in B, or vice versa?
[Hint: Giving things names will be super important here! You may also assume that your spoon isn’t giant.]

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How to write log messages to an azure web app log from a python bottle web app?

I am running a web app written in Python using the Bottle framework as a web app (App Service) in Azure.

Azure App Service allows me to configure separate server logs and app logs, both to be stored as blobs in Azure Storage.The server takes care of writing the usual server log messages (one per request).

However, I cannot find a pointer how I can write any messages to the configured app log from python+bottle . From my research, all documentation that I can find on how to write app log messages seems to assume C#/ASP.NET as the framework running the app.

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Bottle Bombs or Paranoia

I am concerned I may overpressurize my bottles. I cold crashed the beer (my first time cold crashing) and never brought it back to room temp before bottling. I used an online calculator to calculate priming sugar. Without thinking I inputted the current temperature of the beer at bottle time which was about 35F and finished bottling.

Can I carbonate this beer at room temp or do I need to keep it at 35F? I’m concerned that as the beer warms to room temp the volume of beer will increase. Combine that with the fact that the natural CO2 that is already in the beer from initial fermentation will be released as the beer warms. Then of course the priming sugar will be carbonated. I’m worried that I’m overthinking this. I feel the increase in volume as the beer warms is probably minuscule as well as the CO2 already in the beer from fermentation. I just wanted to make sure and ask others that may have done this as well.

By the way the beer is just a blonde ale. OG: 1.056 and FG: 1.011.

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What is a good way to clean the inside of a water bottle straw while on a multi-day backpacking trip?

When coming back from a day of hiking and eating I often notice that the top of the straw of my water bottle is dirty on the inside. I’ve come across quite a few options to clean the inside of the straw with tools such as brushes, pipe cleaner, or a dishwasher.

However, when on a multi-day hike, with only the equipment you can carry in your pack, these implements will likely not be on hand. In the past, I’ve drawn some water up the straw on the cleaner side and blew the water out on the more dirty side. This does help some but what I’m wondering is if there a more thorough way of getting the inside of the straw clean without the typical household items?

This questions assumes you didn’t pack any replacement straws or little brushes, as shown below, specifically for this purpose.

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Source: Amazon.com

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What is a good way to clean the inside of a water bottle straw while on a multi-day hike?

When coming back from a day of hiking and eating I often notice that the top of the straw of my water bottle is dirty on the inside. I’ve come across quite a few options to clean the inside of the straw with tools such as brushes, pipe cleaner, or a dishwasher. However, when on a multi-day hike, with only the equipment you can carry in your pack, these implements will likely not be on hand. In the past, I’ve drawn some water up the straw on the cleaner side and blew the water out on the more dirty side. This does help some but what I’m wondering is if there a more thorough way of getting the inside of the straw clean without the typical household items?

This questions assumes you didn’t pack any replacement straws or little brushes, as shown below, specifically for this purpose.

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Source: Amazon.com

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Lucky bottle cap #32 series 1

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use the symbols on the bottle cap to complete this word or phrase.

picture is from www.riddles.com

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Significance of the difficulty to put bottle in the waste collecting box in all three films

In all the three movies of Three Color Trilogy, we see one particular scene where someone old, is putting a bottle in the waste collecting box with great difficulty.

Is there any significance of this scene with the movies or does it relate to the specific themes of those movies ? If it is, I would like to know them for each of the movies.

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How do I find pressure change in an expandable bottle/tank?

I have a $200$-liter sealed tank full of water at standard room condition. I push 2 liters of water into it, which expand the volume of the tank at a rate $0.01%$ per $atm$ of increased pressure. How do I go about calculating the final pressure?

Thank you!

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Green Film Build up in Glass Water Bottle

So I have this Large Water Jug that I fill only water with.
And this is the 2nd time there has been a layer of green film that builds up at the bottom of the bottle. I don’t have any way of getting to the bottom to clean this.

I wanted to know.

  1. What does this green film consist of?
  2. What Chemicals or methods can I use to remove the film without having to manually scrub the bottle?

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Thanks

ps. not sure if this was the correct place to ask this question.

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Exactly when did Captain Picard perform his trick on Moriarty in “Ship in a Bottle”?

In the episode “Ship in a Bottle”, Lt. Barclay reanimates the Professor Moriarty program, who becomes incensed that Capt. Picard had forgotten his promise to bring Moriarty out of the holodeck. Barclay returns to the holodeck with Picard and Data. In an attempt to explain the issue to Moriarty, Picard calls for the holodeck exit and throws a book through it, which disappears. Moriarty then steps through the exit, to the deck of the Enterprise, surprising the three crew members, who then escort Moriarty to the sick bay. It is only later in the episode that we find out

Data discovers this at the end of act III. In the mean time, Moriarty gains control of the real Enterprise. Picard realizes that the only way to get Moriarty to give up control is to fool him into thinking he has left the holodeck. Picard does this by

My question is when does Picard transfer Moriarty into this new level? Some possibilities I have considered:

  1. Picard creates a holodeck program, and the computer immediately transfers Moriarty into it.

    • This doesn’t seem in the spirit of the episode.
    • Moriarty has self-awareness, and can sense the passage of time outside of his holodeck existence. It is thus plausible that he would become aware of such a manipulation.
  2. In the middle of act IV, we see Picard at a control panel outside a holodeck, saying “Resume holodeck program.” He then enters the holodeck to begin a conversation with Countess Barthalomew.

    • It shows Picard operating (and perhaps programming) a holodeck.
    • This would be consistent with the earlier use of a holodeck exit as the boundary between embedded holodecks.
    • This scene would give Picard the opportunity to enter that level.
    • But this doesn’t explain how Moriarty, Data, or Barclay enter that level, as they are absent from this scene.
  3. At the end of act IV, Moriarty visits the Countess on the holodeck.

    • Although it is not portrayed, Moriarty would need to pass through a holodeck exit to go from the Enterprise to the holodeck. This would give Moriarty an opportunity to change levels.
    • Moriarty may sense that he has changed levels, but he is expecting a level change anyway (though up, not down).
  4. At the start of act V, Moriarty and the Countess are beamed off the holodeck, to the Enterprise transporter room.

    • This would give the Countess and Moriarty an opportunity to change levels.
    • Moriarty may sense that he has changed levels, but he is desiring a level change anyway (though up, not down).
  5. Some other possibility.

Is there a canonical answer?

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