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Putnam, NY (1994) 10. : In two minds: dual-process accounts of reasoning.
2, the areas under the extraction graph and the recovery graph are more or less the same, which means that the dynamic critical power after 40 minutes is almost equal to the one at the start, which also can be seen in the first graph. 4 Formal Analysis A main question addressed in the formal analysis is whether the introduced agent model allows the person to monitor and control its resources in a proper manner. For proof sketches, see Appendix A. Maintaining a steady state Enduration sporters often try to maintain what they call a steady state: a state in which the main parameters are kept constant.
Given these resistances, velocities can be determined, and from them distances. For the sake of simplicity no gravitation resistance is considered; air resistance depends on a parameter called air resistance coefficient. To obtain a formal model, numerical variables are used: cycling efficiency factor CEF, air resistance coefficient ARC, actual cycling power ACP, and velocity v. The actual cycling power is the cycling efficiency factor times the provided power: ACP(t) = CEF*PP(t). It is assumed that power exerted for movement is used to work against air resistance.