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- A small mailbag is released from a helicopter that is descending steadily at 2.42m/s.
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- What are some examples of refraction of light?
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- What color of light has the longest wavelength?
- What does a catapult do?
- How did quantum mechanics change our understanding of atoms?
- Where are the magnetic fields strongest near a bar magnet?
- What units of measurement are used to describe density?
- What color of visible light has the shortest wavelength?
- When will an object falling toward earth stop accelerating?
- Is it possible to add a scalar to a vector? Why or why not?
- What are some examples of application of the Bernoulli's Principle?
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- What are some examples of simple harmonic motion?
- How can I make a calcium atom model?
- Why does a speedometer measure instantaneous speed rather than instantaneous velocity?
- Why is momentum considered a vector quantity?
- What is a solenoid?
- What is the SI unit of acceleration?
- How do you calculate average speed?
- A person 1.80 m tall stands in front of a plane mirror. What is the minimum height of the mirror, and how high must its lower edge be above the floor for the person to be able to see his/her whole body? Person’s eyes are 6.0 cm below the top of the head.
- Is a concave mirror converging or diverging?
- Who discovered X-rays?
- If one square mile is 640 acres, how many square meters are there in 1 acre?
- What is the speed of light in water? in glycerine?
- What are some examples of convex mirrors?
- A capacitor is charged to potential difference of 12V it delivers 40% of its stored energy to lamp? what is final potential difference across capacitor? a. 4.3V b. 4.8V c. 7.2V d. 9.3V
- What simple machines belong to the lever family?
- What are unbalanced forces?
- How does an electric generator work?
- What is centre of buoyancy?
- Is it correct to say that constant speed = 0 acceleration = no resultant force?
- What is a circuit diagram?
- How can a converging lens produce a virtual image?
- How do you explain diffraction using Huygens principle?
- How is the law of conservation of energy similar to the law of conservation of mass?
- How do you find frequency in uniform circular motion?
- What is the force, in terms of Coulomb's constant, between two electrical charges of ##-1 C## and ##-2 C## that are ##4 m ## apart?
- Free body diagram help? Ramon pushes on a bed that has been pushed against wall, draw a diagram that identifies the forces and make a separate list of all forces that the bed applies to other objects
- An electric clothes dryer draws 18 A from a 240-V wall outlet. How much power, in watts, does it use?
- Are there any other formula of average acceleration beside change in velocity over change in time?
- How does inertia relate to the flight of an airplane?
- What is a lever?
- What happens to the angle of refraction as the angle of incidence increases?
- How does static electricity work in a balloon?
- The law of conservation of energy states that, "Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, but it can be transferred from one body to another". If that is so, where did energy come from at the FIRST place?
- Why does Newton's cradle stop?
- What is an example Kepler's Third Law practice problem?
- What are some examples of concave mirrors?
- How does Newton's third law apply to a rifle firing a bullet?
- The gauge pressure in both tires of a bicycle is 690 kPa. If the bicycle and the rider have a combined mass of 90.0 kg, what is the area of contact of each tyre with the ground?
- What is the difference between a ray of light and a beam of light?
- How does Newton's first law affect a balloon car?
- Why is the coefficient of restitution important?
- How does Newton's first law affect human motion?
- What is a carnot engine?
- An object that weighs one pound on the moon will weigh about 6.02 pounds on Earth. Suppose a moon rock weighs 11 pounds on the moon. How much will the same rock weigh on Earth?
- How does specific heat of water compare to other substances?
- How do you convert inches to feet?
- Does an electronic balance measure mass or weight?
- What is light? How fast does light travel?
- What is thermodynamics?
- What are some examples of pendulums?
- How does a single-slit diffraction pattern differ from a double-slit pattern?
- What kind of energy is the energy of motion?
- S.i unit and dimension of angular momentum?
- How do you increase the mechanical advantage of a pulley?
- How can you derive an equation for the area under a velocity-time graph?
- In uniform circular motion, do the velocity and acceleration remain constant, does the kinetic energy remain constant, do the speed and acceleration change, or does only the velocity change while the acceleration remains constant?
- How do you calculate coefficient of friction?
- What does conservation of energy mean?
- A tightrope walker, who has a mass of 60.0 kg moves to the center of the wire, which causes the wire to sag and make a 6.0° angle with the horizontal, what is the tension in the wire?
- How does the spring constant affect elastic potential energy?
- Why is static equilibrium important?
- How does a catapult work?
- Is force a scalar quantity?
- What is a parabola?
- If a car can go from 0 to 60 mi/hr in 8.0 seconds, what would be its final speed after 5.0 seconds if its starting speed were 50 mi/hr?
- What is impulse?
- What is an acceleration vs time graph?
- How do you convert 95 mph to meters per second?
- What is the Law of Conservation of Charge?
- How can I convert minutes into hours?
- Please can someone answer the following: What does a fixed volume mean? Do solids have the smallest volume?
- How do you increase the mechanical advantage of a third-class lever?
- What is the force, in terms of Coulomb's constant, between two electrical charges of ##8 C## and ##-2 C## that are ##9 m ## apart?
- Why dont we put ammeter in parallel but voltmeter in parallel in a circuit?
- A square with an edge of exactly 1cm has an area of? a) ##10^-4 m^2## b) ##10^-7 m^2##
- Why are perfectly elastic collisions unlikely to occur?
- How is radiation different from conduction and convection?
- Water sprinkler used for grass lawns begins to rotate as soon as the water is supplied.Explain the principle on which it works.?
- How does the kinetic theory of matter define heat?
- To see the inner part of ear and other parts, E.N.T doctors use a concave mirror. What speciality of the mirror is used here?
- What ate the intrinsic and non intrinsic semi conductors?
- Why is a diffraction grating better than a prism?
- What is displacement?
- How does Newton's second law relate to the force of gravity?
- What unit of force is used in the universal gravitational constant?
- How can I represent in distance-time graph an object that is not moving?
- What is a magnet?
- What is the equation connecting gravitational force and specific gravity?
- Define displacement of a particle in linear motion. Does it depend upon the origin?
- How do you convert gallons to milliliters?
- How many yard in marine mile?
- How can I calculate the number of nucleons?
- If a missile is launched from a station 300 sea level with an initial velocity of 450 m/sec, what is the height of the missile after six seconds?
- How fast is a 13-g bullet that possesses 1.6 kg·m/s of momentum?
- A moon rock weighs 8.5 pounds on the moon. How much would this rock weigh on Earth?
- Does rotational inertia depend on the mass of an object?
- How can we convert minutes into seconds?
- How does mass affect angular velocity?
- How can I make a sodium atom model?
- How is Lenz's law related to the law of conservation of energy?
- A parallel-plate capacitor has a capacitance of 1.35 pF. If a 12.0 V battery is connected to this capacitor, how much electrical potential energy would it store?
- What is polarization?
- How does temperature affect the ideal gas law?
- A converging lens has focal length of 12 cm. calculate at what distance the object should should be placed from the lens so that it forms an image at 48 cm on the other side of the lens?
- How are harmonics related to fundamental frequency?
- What is the Zeroth law of thermodynamics?
- When In the absence of air resistance, why does the horizontal component of velocity for a projectile remain constant while the vertical component of free fall?
- Question related to the conservation of mechanical energy?
- How does friction affect the law of inertia?
- What electromagnetic waves are dangerous for humans?
- Why are concave mirrors are suitable for make up?
- What does latent heat of vaporization mean?
- F John ran a 5-kilometer marathon, how long was that in meters?
- What happens to a spring's force if you stretch it more?
- How does uniform linear motion differ from uniform circular motion?
- How does einstein's equation change the law of conservation of energy?
- Why is the voltage the same for resistors in parallel?
- What is a projectile?
- What is the Stefan Boltzmann constant?
- What are some examples of diffraction?
- When is applied force equal to friction. Can u please explain me this? If you also include examples, it will be best :)
- A stationary object explodes into two particles of masses m1 and m2 which move in opposite directions with velocities v1 and v2. The ratio of their kinetic energy is what???
- How do planets orbiting the sun and skaters conserve angular momentum?
- How can we calculate the work done in an elastic collision?
- How do you find moment of inertia of two point masses?
- What are longitudinal waves?
- Why is magnetic force a non contact force?
- Why does electric potential increase with distance?
- Why does a sharp knife cut better than a blunt one?
- What does the law of conservation of momentum mean?
- What is force?
- A copper wire of cross-sectional area 2.0 ##mm^2## carries a current of 10 A. How many electrons pass through a given cross-section of the wire in one second ?
- What is inertia?
- The top speed of a coyote is 43 miles per hour. What is the approximate speed in kilometers per minute?
- What is an example Kepler's Second Law practice problem?
- Can a scalar product of two vectors be zero even when neither of them is a zero vector?
- Define energy?
- Why do falling objects make a whistle sound?
- What does v=dx/dt means?
- What is impedance power?
- How does air resistance affect the motion of an object?
- Define the term specific heat capacity of a substance and give its SI units ?
- What simple machines are in a bicycle?
- A motorboat accelerates uniformly from a velocity of ##6.5## ##m####/####s## to the west to a velocity of ##1.5## ##m####/####s## to the west. If its acceleration was ##2.7## ##m####/####s^2## to the east, how far did it travel during the acceleration?
- What is emf?
- What is Stefan Boltzmann law used for?
- What is a divergent mirror?
- Which of the following is a correct statement of the Second Law of Thermodynamics?
- Why is the force = mass * acceleration rather than mass * velocity? Isn't the force exerted at a given moment rather than over a period of time, which is expressed through acceleration?
- What is the frequency in hertz of blue light having a wavelength of 425 nm?
- An object is traveling around a circle with a radius of 2 meters. If in 20 seconds the object travels 5 meters, what is its angular speed? What is its linear speed?
- What does the first law of reflection state?
- What is the relationship between Balanced Force and Net Force?
- What is the difference between constructive and destructive interference?
- How can i calculate orbital angular momentum of an electron?
- Find the length of an arc with a radius of 10.0 m swept across 100 degrees?
- What is a strait motion .. what is refrence point,origin,frame of refrence?
- Is pressure a vector, scalar or tensor quantity. Why?
- What does it mean if a lever is at a mechanical disadvantage?
- Why does the nucleus of an atom have a positive charge?
- How was Coulomb's law equation created?
- Why are standardized units of measurement important?
- What is the purpose of a capacitor?
- How can physics help engineers?
- A block with initial velocity of 3 m/s slides 9 m across a rough horizontal surface before coming to rest. What is the coefficient of kinetic friction?
- The index of refraction for water is 1.33 and for glass it is 1.52. What happens to the speed of light when light travels from water into glass?
- How does nuclear decay affect the atomic number and mass number?
- Jason can travel 24##3/4## miles in ##1/2## an hour. What is his average speed in miles per hour?
- The force exerted by the floor of an elevator on the foot of a person standing there ,is more than his weight if the elevator is: a-going up and speeding down b-going down and slowing down c-going up and speeding up d-both b and c?
- What does it mean to say the Kepler's laws are empirical in nature?
- What is the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of a planet that has twice the mass of the Earth and half its radius?
- What is magnetism?
- The acceleration due to gravity on the moon is about one-sixth its value on earth. If a baseball reaches a height of 66 m when thrown upward by someone on the earth, what height would it reach when thrown in the same way on the surface of the moon?
- If linear momentum is increased by 50% then how much will the kinetic energy increase by, and why?
- What is the difference between a Joule (J) and an electron volt (eV)?
- How do i convert 1.2kg /m3 into g /cm3?
- What is diffraction of light?
- How does acceleration affect tension?
- What was wrong with Rutherford's model of the atom?
- Why is the Newton's second law called the equation law?
- How does current change for resistors in series?
- Sheila can ride her bicycle 6000 meters in 15 minutes. How far can she ride her bicycle in 2 minutes?
- Suppose you connect a battery to a small light bulb with a single wire. What will happen?
- If an object has a mass of 50 kg, what is its weight?
- Name two advantages of relative density over density in measurement?
- What does velocity mean in motions graphs?
- How do you express 12 km/L in miles/gal?
- A satellite is placed in equatorial orbit above Mars, which has a radius of 3397km and a mass M=6.4x10^23 kg. The mission of the satellite is to observe the Martian climate from an altitude of 488km. What is the orbital period of the satellite?
- How do sound waves transfer energy?
- What is the difference between gravitational force and weight?
- How is the acceleration of a moving object determined?
- What is an advantage of using an electromagnet rather than a regular magnet?
- Why do falling objects reach a terminal velocity?
- What is the mathematical expression of Newton's law of gravitation?
- The resistence of a conductor 5 ohm-what does it means?
- What are the criteria for a total internal reflection to occur?
- How is the conservation of momentum related to Newton's third law?
- How do you draw a converging lens ray diagram?
- What is an example of an energy transformation from electrical to sound energy?
- What is the difference between speed and velocity and acceleration?
- An astronaut has a mass of 100 kg and has a weight of 370 N on Mars. What is the gravitational strength on Mars?
- What is the SI unit of electric field?
- What are some examples of net forces?
- Why is diffraction grating more accurate than double slits to measure the wavelength of light?
- Is a parallel circuit better than a series circuit?
- How does length of a string affect its frequency? Thanks
- A 4 g air-rifle pellets is fired into a target block attached to a glider. The block and glider total mass is 0.5 kg. The target slides along the track a distance 1.455 m. The track is inclined 10 degree. Determine pellet velocity from air rifle?
- What type of wave is a sound wave?
- Is an antinode caused by constructive or destructive interference?
- A sphere with a radius of 1.7cm has a surface area of? a) ##3.6*10^-3 m^2## b) 36 m c) 3.66mm
- How do beats help determine whether two sound waves are of the same frequency?
- How do kepler's laws of planetary motion relate to newton's law of universal gravitation?
- How will you prove the formula ##cos(A-B)=cosAcosB+sinAsinB## using formula of vector product of two vectors?
- What is the difference between an internal and an external circuit?
- A certain length of wire when vibrated with another sonometer wire produced 2 beats per second for both the lengths ##122 cm## and ##120 cm## of this second sonometer wire and it's tension is same in both the occasions. What is the frequency of first wire?
- Air is cooled from room temperature 25 C to 100 K what is the temperature change in K?
- What is difference between (1) Anion & Anode (2) Cation & Cathode?
- What is the difference between Thrust and Force?
- How to find the moment of inertia of a solid cylinder about transverse (perpendicular) axis passing through its center?
- How can Newton's first law be derived from Newton's second law?
- What is the principle of superposition of waves?
- How does heat energy affect the movement of water molecules?
- What is the relationship between the second law of thermodynamics and entropy?
- Why is acceleration measured in meters / seconds squared?
- How does kinetic molecular theory explain the Charles' law?
- What is 20 degrees celsius in fahrenheit?
- Because gravity on is about one-third of that on Earth, could you infer that Mars has more mass than Earth?
- How does Newton's third law work when you walk?
- Why is latent heat called hidden energy?
- A 1000-watt microwave oven takes 60 seconds to heat a bowl of soup. How many joules of energy does it use?
- What two simple machines make a screw?
- What is a STANDING WAVE? How is an echo formed?
- How do nuclear reactions change the identity of an atom?
- If the index of refraction of water is 1.33, what is the speed of light in water?
- How to write an equation relating distance to force? With a table and graph?
- A beaker containing water is placed on a spring scale and reading is W. Now a stone of weight D is hung by means of massless string and lowered in water without touching the bottom of beaker. What is the new reading on spring?
- In raising a 5000N piano with a pulley system, the movers note that for every 2m of rope pulled down, the piano rises 0.2m. What is the effort force required to lift the piano?
- How many 325 mg ibuprofen tablets can be produced from 2.50 kg of ibuprofen?
- How do you calculate kinetic energy in simple harmonic motion-pendulums?
- How does the coulomb law differ from newton's law of universal gravitation?
- What are some examples of conduction?
- A book weighs ##6.0## ##N##. If the acceleration of gravity is ##9.8## ##m####/####s^2##, what is the mass of the book in kilograms?
- The resultant of two forces one double the other in magnitude is perpendicular to the smaller of the two forces. the angle b/w the two forces is? a. 120 b/ 60 c/ 90
- The Eiffel Tower in Paris stands 300.0 m tall on a day of average temperature, 22.0°C. How much taller is the steel tower on a hot summer day (T = 40°C) in centimeters? (αsteel = 11 x 10-6 °C-1)
- An arrow is shot at a 30 degree angle with a velocity of 39m/s. How high will it go? What horizontal distance will it travel?
- What does acceleration mean in motions graphs?
- What are conservative and non-conservative forces?
- What does a horizontal line mean in a speed-time graph?
- How do I know when the Fnet in y direction is 0, any hint i have a test tomorrow?
- The speed of sound in air is about 340 m/s. What is the wavelength of a sound wave with a frequency of 220 Hz?
- What is pseudo force?
- How much does a 78.0 kg student weigh on earth (g = 9.81##m/s^2##) and on the moon (g = 1.60##m/s^2##)?
- How does frictional force of the pulley affect the acceleration of the system?
- What are standing waves?
- How does Newton's second law relate to inertia?
- What are some examples of speed of sound?
- How do you calculate the moment of inertia of a beam?
- What is an example of kinetic energy in nature?
- Does uniform circular motion have constant acceleration?
- What is the difference between electric potential and electrostatic potential energy?
- Is a mirror's surface transparent, translucent, or opaque? How do you know?
- A disk revolves in a horizontal plane at a steady speed of 3rev/s. A coin will remain on the disk if it is kept a distance of 2cm from the axis of rotation. What is the coefficient of friction between the coin and the disk?
- How does the law of conservation of matter and energy relate to the cycles in nature?
- A dart is thrown horizontally with an initial speed of 10m/s toward point P,the bull's eye on a dart board.It hits at point Q on the rim,vertically below P,0.19s later. What is the distance PQ? How far away from the dart board is the dart released?
- The radius of curvature of a spherical mirror is 30 cm. What is the focal length of the mirror?
- Why is the index of refraction always greater than or equal to 1?
- How human body temperature is maintained at normal value (37 degrees centigrade) when the atmospheric temperature rises as high as 45 degrees centigrade ?
- How do you calculate the magnitude of displacement?
- What is a strong nuclear force and what is a weak nuclear force?
- In the figure, one end of a uniform beam of weight 420 N is hinged to a wall; the other end is supported by a wire that makes angles θ = 29° with both wall and beam. ?
- The diameter of a steel rod is given 56 +- 0.2 mm. What does it mean?
- How do you convert 8 mi/h to ft/min?
- What is the difference between reflection and refraction?
- When a ball is thrown upwards, what is the relationship between kinetic and potential energy at the initial position and maximum height reached by the ball?
- What is mechanical advantage and mechanical efficiency??
- Using Huygen's principle, explain why diffraction of light can be regarded as a special case of interference ?
- How do vectors subtract graphically?
- How can electromagnetic waves be used to measure distance?
- Why is projectile motion parabolic?
- Why is the mass for elements on the periodic table written as a decimal?
- Write the applications of high specific heat capacity of water in daily life?
- The latent heat of vaporization of water is 2260 J/g. How many grams of water at 100°C can be converted to steam by 226,000 J of energy?
- Why only gold leaves are used in electroscope?
- At time t = 0 s, a wheel has an angular displacement of zero radians and an angular velocity of +28 rad/s. The wheel has a constant acceleration of -0.50 rad/##s^2##. In this situation, at what time will the wheel come to a halt?
- Why the Newton's second law of motion important?
- A Proton and an Alpha particle are accelerated by same potential difference.If they enter in a region of uniform electric field in a direction perpendicular to it, then deflection of which is more?
- Why do scientists use the joule as the unit of measurement of energy instead of the calorie?
- Why must the universe be an isolated system to obey the Law of Conservation of Mass?
- What does LASER stand for?
- How do you calculate the fundamental frequency of a pipe?
- What is the definition of elastic potential energy?
- What is the comercial unit of enrgy and si unit energy establish the relationship between comercial unit and si unit of energy ?
- What is a transformer?
- What is projectile motion?
- What is the source of mechanical energy in an electric generator?
- In order to open the clam it catches, a seagull will drop the clam repeatedly onto a hard surface from high in the air until the shell cracks. If a seagull flies to a height of 27 m, how long will the clam take to fall?
- 1 m is equivalent to 3.281ft. A cube with an edge of 1.5ft has volume of?
- Why was Edison electric power plant important?
- How is energy conserved in an endothermic reaction?
- What is the SI for a unit of power?
- Why is a ladder an inclined plane?
- A block of wood floats in a liquid of density 0.8g/cm sq. with one fourth of its volume submerged. In oil the block floats with 60% of its volume submerged. Find the density of (a) wood? (b) oil?
- How do you convert meters to centimeters or millimeters?
- How is friction force related to normal force?
- How does gas exert pressure on its container?
- How are parallel circuits used in homes?
- How can I calculate the net force of an object?
- How do you calculate the force of sliding friction?
- Can moment of inertia be negative?
- How do convex and concave lenses affect parallel light rays?
- Poiseuille's law is about factors that control the flow rate of fluid through pipe. Explain all the factors involved?
- How fast is 60 miles per hour in kilometers per hour?
- Why is knowledge on vector important in physics?
- How do you draw a diverging lens ray diagram?
- In a moving coil galvanometer, why concave head pole pieces are used instead of flat head pole pieces?
- How do you convert gallons into cubic meters?
- What is Thermal Equilibrium?
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- How does Newton's second law include the first law?
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- What is the mass in kg of a person who weighs 185 pounds?
- Explain relative velocity of man with respect to rain?
- What is latent heat of fusion?
- What is the equation for Snell's law?
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- What are the SI units for gravity, charge, potential difference , voltage, and electric field?
- What is the physical significance of divergence theorem?
- How to prove the thin lens equation, geometrically?
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- Why gravitational acceleration is zero at the centre of the Earth maximum at the poles and minimum at the equator?
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- What is rotational motion?
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- What is the main difference between an inelastic and a perfectly inelastic collision?
- Explain vector and rectangular components of a vector?
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- What is an example of potential energy in nature?
- How does the first law of thermodynamics apply to photosynthesis?
- What is a period in physical science?
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- What is the Bernoulli's principle?
- Why is acceleration inversely proportional to mass?
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- If his height is measured to be 1.90 m by his doctor inside the ship, what height would a person watching this from earth measure for his height?
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- car is traveling at 20 meters/second and is brought to rest by applying brakes over a period of 4 seconds. What is its average acceleration over this time interval? It has no acceleration. Its acceler
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- Q4 i attach the full question Consider two long straight current - carrying wires seen end -on in the figure below . The wires are perpendicular to the screen of the computer the cur
- Electrons in a photoelectric-effect experiment emerge from a copper surface with a maximum kinetic energy of 1.10 eV.
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- Within any ecosystem, there is a fixed amount of energy available for organisms to use. Since organisms usually produce more offspring than a given ecosystem can support, this causes _______.
- A D note has a frequency of 587.33 Hz. Calculate its wavelength in meters. CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN HOW TO DO THIS PLEASE? currently I found the answer of 0.579m but don't know how to get there.
- Sue observes that when a baseball player slides toward a base, the ground exerts friction away from the base. Based on her observation, which conclusion is correct?Friction acts at a distance. Fricti
- A fulcrum moving a resistance of 200 g has a distance to the fulcrum of 20 cm, the effort mass of 50 g has a distance to the fulcrum of 80 cm. The resistance moves 10 cm, the effort moves 40 cm. Calcu
- Why would fossils found at the top of a canyon probably be younger than those found at the bottom of the canyon
- I am doing a paper on physics and I need a claim about how enry transformations when someone is kicking a soccer ball
- If you went on the moon’s near side during a new moon, how much of the side of Earth facing you would be sunlit?
- When a baseball player catches a baseball, the glove "gives" or moves backward. How does this movement affect the change in momentum of the baseball? The change in momentum increases because the impac
- Multicellular plants and animals have organs to perform specific functions.What do eukaryotic cells have to perform specific functions. A:ribosomes B:organelles C:cytoplasm D:vacuole
- True or false forces such as weathering and erosion that work to wear away high points and flatten out earths surface are called constructive forces
- The area under which of these graphs can be used to estimate the value of impulse? Graph A Graph B Graph C Graph D
- A cyclist rode at an average speed of 15mph for 30miles how long was the ride A) 0.5 1 Hour B)1 Hour C)2 Hours D)3 Hours
- A 51-kilogram sled is at rest. Susan pushes the sled until it travels at 11 meters per second. How much work has Susan done?
- MY QUSTION IN THE ATTACH CONSIDER A COLLECTION OF THREE POINT ACHARGE TWO EEQ
- An engine takes in QH JOULES OF HEAT AT A HOT TEMPERATURE T
- Which scenario would most likely result in the greatest percent error of the density of each metal? Assume Priya uses the same scale and graduated cylinder for each metal. using a graduated cylinder c
- If you are in a boat over the mariannas trench and dropped an 8lb bowling ball overboard, how long would it take to reach the bottom?
- In a simple electric circuit, a 110-volt electric heater draws 2.0 amperes of current. What is the resistance of the heater?
- In the animal cell, which of the labeled organelles is the rough endoplasmic reticulum? A) 2 B) 5 C) 9 D) 10
- O2 is a molecule. oxygen gas Question 1 options: True False Question 2 (1 point) Question 2 Saved Look at the image below: Which of the following is true? Question 2 options: All figures represent mol
- A wooden block A of mass 4.0 kg slides on a frictionless table when pulled using a massless string and pulley array by hanging box B of mass 5.0 kg, as shown in the figure. What is the acceleration of
- As light passes from air to water, some light is reflected from its surface. The angle of reflection is: A) less than the angle of refraction B) greater than the angle of refraction C) equal to the
- One section of a steel railroad track is 25 meters long, if its temperature increases by 40 K during the day, how long does the track expand? The coefficient of linear thermal expansion of steel 6 12
- 19. In which one of the following locations can a person hear the echo of a sound? A. At least 16.6 meters in front of the reflecting surface B. At least 33.2 meters behind the reflecting surface C. L
- A cube has a mass of 100 grams and its density is determined to be 1 g/cm 3 . The volume of the cube must be _____.
- Which of the following would most likely happen if water did not form hydrogen bonds A.Water would exist only as a solid. B. Water would be able to dissolve all ionic compounds. C. Water would not e
- A golfer hits a golf ball at an angle of 30 degrees from the ground, with an initial velocity of 120 ft/sec. It lands on the ground, after 5 seconds? How far did the golf ball travel horizontally?
- The solar nebula was a _____. rotating cloud made mostly of helium and hydrogen small galaxy gigantic sun central star surrounded by helium and hydrogen
- A relationship between distance and velocity is expressed by: parallax angles Cepheid variables astronomical units the Hubble Constant
- A solution is a special mixture where you cannot see the individual substances that are mixed. You look at two bowls of ice cream. One bowl is plain vanilla ice cream and the other is vanilla with cho
- What did Kikunae Ikeda discover, and how did it change the way taste is perceived almost a hundred years later?
- A circular coil of 20 turns and radius 5.0 cm is placed with its plane oriented at 90° to a uniform magnetic field of 0.10 t. the field is now increased at a steady rate, reaching a value of 0.50 t a
- By how much does the tunneling current through the tip of an stm change if the tip rises 0.020nm from some initial height above a sodium surface with a work function w=2.28ev? (hint: let the work func
- Determine how many times per second it would move back and forth across a 4.1-m-long room on the average, assuming it made very few collisions with other molecules.
- Most often we say that force causes acceleration. but when evan took a ride in a rocket sled at bonneville salt flats, blood was forced to the back of his brain, nearly blacking him out. identify the
- Why can the moon eclipse the sun on occasion? 1. sometimes they line up in a straight line. 2. the moon apears about the same size of the sun 3. the moon and sun both have an angular diameter of ½ de
- Water is the working fluid in an ideal rankine cycle. saturated vapor at 1000 psia enters the turbine. the condenser pressure is 1 psia and the working fluid exits the condenser as saturated liquid. t
- When two capacitors are connected in parallel across a 12.0 v rms, 1.32 khz oscillator, the oscillator supplies a total rms current of 554 ma . when the same two capacitors are connected to the oscill
- A source vibrating at constant frequency generates a sinusoidal wave on a string under constant tension. If the power delivered to the string is doubled, by what factor does the amplitude change?
- A source vibrating at constant frequency generates a sinusoidal wave on a string under constant tension. If the power delivered to the string is doubled, by what factor does the amplitude change?
- A roofing tile slides down a roof and falls off the edge 10m above the ground at a speed of 6 m/s. The roof makes an angle of 30 degrees to the horizontal. How far from the exit point on the roof does
- Light travels at a speed of 1.86 X 105 miles per second. The sun is approximately 9.3 X 107 miles. About how long does it take light to travel from the sun to the earth ?
- An object with a mass of 7.65kg dropped from the top of a building and falls a distance of 28 m to the ground how much work does earth gravity do on the object from the time it is dropped to the time
- A 150 kg object takes 1.5 minutes to travel a 2500 straight path it begins the trip traveling 120 m/s and decelerates to a velocity of 20 m/s what was its acceleration
- Megan left her bicycle outside on the patio while she went on vacation for several weeks. When she returned, Megan discovered a reddish substance, rust, on the handlebars of her bicycle. The rust is a
- What will be the effect of two forces of equal magnitude acting on a moving rigid body from opposite directions along the same line
- A piece of wire 17 m long is cut into two pieces. one piece is bent into a square and the other is bent into an equilateral triangle. (a) how much wire should be used for the square in order to maximi
- At the beginning of the compression process of an air- standard otto cycle, p1 =1 bar, t1 =290 k, v1 =400 cm3. the maximum temperature in the cycle is 2200 k and the compression ratio is 8. determine
- From mechanics, you may recall that when the acceleration of an object is proportional to its coordinate, d2xdt2=âkmx=âÏ2x, such motion is called simple harmonic motion, and the coordinate depends
- How much work did the movers do (horizontally) pushing a 46.0-kg crate 10.5 m across a rough floor without acceleration, if the effective coefficient of friction was 0.50?
- If wave (a) has a wavelength of 4.0 m and a frequency of 1.5Ã108 cycles/s, what are the wavelength of wave (b)?
- When mantle rocks near the radioactive core are heated, they become less dense than the cooler, upper mantle rocks. These warmer rocks rise, while the cooler rocks sink. This movement of warmer and co
- Suppose a cylindrical habitat in space 8.00 km in diameter and 47.0 km long has been proposed. such a habitat would have cities, land, and lakes on the inside surface and air and clouds in the center.
- The journals in an oil engine are 80 mm in diameter. and 50 mm long. the bearing housing has an id of 80.13mm. each supports a load of 10,000n when the shaft is rotating at 3000 rpm. the bearing is lu
- The system consists of two blocks with m=5 kg each, spring with k=100 n/m, and pulley with radius r=0.1 m and ip=0.1 kg.m2. the system is released from rest with the spring unstretched. determine the
- Two strings are adjusted to vibrate at exactly 310 hz . then the tension in one string is increased slightly. afterward, three beats per second are heard when the strings vibrate at the same time. par
- What material has the high resistivity value of a formation layer (ex: water, oil, quartz, clay, etc) and how is the explanation?
- Why is the sun considered the biggest star in the solar system? by James Swingland https://www.quora.com/Why-is-the-sun-considered-the-biggest-star-in-the-solar-system/answer/James-Swingland-1?share=8
- An orange bumper car (mass=450kg) going 4.5 m/s hits a yellow car that is traveling at 3.7 m/s from behind, causing the orange car to slow down to 3.6 m/s and the yellow car to speed up to 4.4 m/s. Wh
- An elevator does 150,000 J of work while exerting a force of 1000 N to take people to the top floor of a building. What distance does the elevator travel? 3 m 150 m 149,000 m 150,000,000 m
- E) An astronaut lands on an alien planet. He uses a pendulum (L = 10.0cm) to produce simple harmonic motion, as shown in this graph.c. What is the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of the pla
- A car has a mass of 1.00 × 103 kilograms, and it has an acceleration of 4.5 meters/second 2. What is the net force on the car?
- Rock sediments are carried to other places by the wind, running water, and gravity. As these forces lose energy settling takes place. The sediments settle out of the air or water in rock particles gra
- NEED HELP FAST:Consider the Freebody diagram if some of the tension force is equal to the force of gravity which description best applies?
- mathematically speaking the energy of a wave is directionally proportional to the square of the amplitude of the wave. calculate the energy of a wave that has an amplitude of 4 units
- How much energy in megajoules is given up by 0.75kg of water at 0 C when it freezes to form ice at 0 C
- Imagine a Carnot engine has a hot reservoir of 680 K and a cold reservoir of 220 K. What is the efficiency of the engine?
- If you row a boat Upstream at 25 kilometers per hour and the river has a downstream velocity of 10 kilometers per hour how fast and in what direction will you move
- The role of the excretory system is to rid the body of toxic waste products. Which of these body systems also plays a direct role in removing waste products from the body?
- Which statement best describes how a wave would move differently through a pot of boiling water than the steam created from it? A.The wave would move faster through the water than through the steam. B
- PLZZZZZ HELP!!!! (40PTS) How do the recordings of the slow shakes compare to those when the table was shaken strongly? How would the seismogram of a magnitude 9 earthquake compare to that of a 5 magni
- PLZZZZZ HELP!!!!! (40PTS) How do the recordings of the slow shakes compare to those when the table was shaken strongly? How would the seismogram of a magnitude 9 earthquake compare to that of a 5 magn
- Which of these is generally considered to have been discovered by Einstein? -space is empty -mass bends Space-time -gravity causes acceleration -an electric charge produces an electric field around
- What is the name of the part of the wave that is labeled with the question mark?https://media.edgenuity.com/contentengine/frames/2a178704-9018-11e3-966b-bc764e043e0c/3208-10-03-10-11-image1.png
- A block of height 120mm is placed on top of another block with a height of 1.50 m. What is the height of the two blocks together?
- How long should the nicot wire be taken to become a 70-resistive nicron iron heater when the wiring cross-section area is o, 2 is the specific resistance of nicrome ..
- On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens in Washington State experienced a huge volcanic eruption after a magnitude 5.1 earthquake. During the eruption, hot ash and pumice poured down the west, south, and ea
- A point charge is used to determine the electric field around a charged particle. Why is it necessary that the point charge does not affect the position of the charge being tested?
- A ___vector____________ is a quantity that is fully described by both _____magnitude______ and _____direction________.
- This problem is about how strongly matter is coupled to radiation, the subject with which quantum mechanics began. For a simple model, consider a solid iron sphere 2.00 cm in radius. Assume its temper
- One differentiating characteristic between vascular and nonvascular plants is the lack of active transport structures in the nonvascular plants. How does the lack of xylem or phloem contribute to the
- Vascular plants can be divided into three categories. These categories are A).flowering, nonflowering, and leafy. B).leafy, ground, and underwater. C).seedless, seed (nonflowering), and seed (flowerin
- A small puck with a mass of 0.10 kilograms is sliding in the +x-direction on an air table with an initial speed of 8.0 meters/second. The puck collides with a larger puck that is initially at rest. Th
- Which change increases the electric force between objects? Two neutral objects are moved closer together. Electrons are added to two negatively charged objects. Two oppositely charged objects are move
- The principle of superposition states that in undisturbed rock layers, the youngest layer of rock will be on the bottom, while the oldest layer will be on the top.
- A block of mass m = 2 kg has a speed v and is behind a block of mass m = 44 kg that has a speed of 0.5 m/s. the surface is frictionless. the blocks collide and couple. after the collision, the blocks
- What physical property causes you to lean one side when the bus you are traveling in takes a sharp turn?
- A completely reversible heat engine operates between a thermal reservoir at 1500 r and a another at 400 r. if the entropy of the sink increases by 10 btu/r, how much will the entropy of the source
- A gaussian surface in the shape of a right circular cylinder with end caps has a and a length of 80.0 cm. through one end their net flux of 25.0 mwb. at the other end there is a uniform magnetic field
- A guitar string has a mass per length of 2.33×10−3kg/m and a fundamental frequency of 146.8 hz when it is under a tension of 82.4 n. the string breaks, and its owner has only a spare string of mass
- A 15 kg child is sitting on a playground teeter-totter, 1.5 m from the pivot. what is the magnitude of the minimum force, applied 0.3 m on the other side of the pivot that is needed to make the child
- An rlc circuit has a resistance of 200 ???? and an inductance of 15 mh. its oscillation frequency is 7000 hz. at time t = 0 the current is 25 ma and there is no charge on the capacitor. after five com
- A roller-coaster car has a mass of 494 kg when fully loaded with passengers. (a) if the vehicle has a speed of 20.7 m/s at point a, what is the force in newtons exerted by the track on the car at this
- A series rlc circuit consists of a 92.0 ω resistor, a 0.160 h inductor, and a 35.0 μf capacitor. it is attached to a 120 v/60 hz power line. what is the peak current i at this frequency
- A solid uniform disk of diameter 3.20 m and mass 42 kg rolls without slipping to the bottom of a hill, starting from rest. if the angular speed of the disk is 4.27 rad/s at the bottom, how high did it
- A stream of air at 37°c and 50% relative humidity flowing at a rate of 1250 kg/h is to be cooled to 15°c and dehumidified in a spray tower. the air is saturated as it emerges from the tower. liquid
- A thick copper wire connected to a voltmeter surrounds a region of time-varying magnetic flux, and the voltmeter reads 13 volts. if instead of a single wire we use a coil of thick copper wire containi
- A very long solenoid with a diameter of 3 cm and length 20 cm is wound with 500 turns of wire. when current in the wire is reduced from 10 a to zero in 0.2 s, what average emf is induced in the soleno
- Ball is thrown eastward into the air from the origin (in the direction of the positive x-axis). the initial velocity is 60 i + 80 k, with speed measured in feet per second. the spin of the ball result
- (8c32p7) suppose that a parallel-plate capacitor has circular plates with radius r = 70.0 mm and a plate separation of 5.7 mm. suppose also that a sinusoidal potential difference with a maximum value
- A car drives toward the right over the top of a hill, as shown below. Which arrow represents the centripetal acceleration? W X Y Z
- What does xylem do in a plant Transport food Transport water Prevent water loss Preform photosynthesis
- What is the difference between angular speed and linear speed and how i can deduce the law of angular speed
- I had a little confusion with this question. Thanks if you can take out the time to help! (: Describe what would happen to both air temperature and soil temperature if cold weather were to pass throug
- Which of the following is true about gravity?Check all that apply. ￼A.Two objects experience a greater gravitational pull when they are closer together. ￼B.Gravity causes objects in free fall to f
- Bob mixed 5 mg of sodium hydroxide pellets in 100 mL of water. Describe how the rate of the solution changes when he adds 1 mg more of sodium hydroxide pellets.
- Bob mixed 5 mg of sodium hydroxide pellets in 100 mL of water. Describe how the rate of the solution changes when he adds 1 mg more of sodium hydroxide pellets.
- For an object to be in free fall: ￼A.Earth's gravity must be the only force acting on it. ￼B.the mass of the object must remain constant as it falls. ￼C.it must be falling to Earth with constant
- An astronaut takes an iPod onto the space shuttle. An identical iPod remains on Earth. Which statement about the pull of Earth's gravity on the iPods is true? ￼A.Earth's gravity has a stronger pull
- A chemical is a representation of a compound that gives the number of atoms and types of atoms in that compound.
- A chemical is a representation of a compound that gives the number of atoms and types of atoms in that compound.
- A 160.-kilogram space vehicle is traveling along a straight line at a constant speed of 800. meters per second. The magnitude of the net force on the space vehicle is (1) 0 N (3) 8.00 × 10^2 N (2) 1.
- Which of the following is the best example of an object in free fall? ￼A.A ball rolling across a floor ￼B.An airplane landing ￼C.A bird flying ￼D.A person diving
- Steven buys a pair of scissors instead of getting a haircut. He belives the scissors will last for a long time, while the haircut will only last a few weeks. In this case, scissors is a good, while th
- Sound waves traveling through liquids tend to move faster than sound waves traveling through And, in general, sound waves move the fastest through 1st box : solid or gases 2nd box : gases, liquids, a
- It requires 350 joules to raise a certain amount of a substance from 10.0°C to 30.0°C. The specific heat of the substance is 1.2 J/g°C.
- Light of wavelength lembda is incident nirmally on a diffration gratting for which the slit spacing is equal to 3 lembda. what is the sine of angle between the second order maximum and the normal
- Light of wavelength lembda is incident nirmally on a diffration gratting for which the slit spacing is equal to 3 lembda. what is the sine of angle between the second order maximum and the normal
- Which of the following states that all matter tends to "warp" space in its vicinity and that objects react to this warping by changing their paths?
- Which of the following states that all matter tends to "warp" space in its vicinity and that objects react to this warping by changing their paths?
- A basketball rolls off a deck that is 3.2 m from the pavement. The basketball lands 0.75 m from the edge of the deck. How fast was the basketball rolling? Seema lists the given values in a chart and d
- A bird is flying due east, it distance from a tall building is given by x(t) = 28m +(12.4m/s)t + (0.045 m/s^3)t^3. what is the instantaneous velocity of the bird at t = 8s
- HELP!! A reaction in which the reactants have more energy than the products is always a(n) _____ reaction.??? endothermic decomposition replacement exothermic
- A satellite completes one revolution of a planet in almost exactly one hour. At the end of one hour, the satellite has traveled 2.0 × 107 meters and is only 10 meters away from its starting point. Wh
- Which list accurately identifies the hierarchy of space from largest to smallest? Solar system, galaxy, planet, universe Galaxy, solar system, planet, moon Galaxy, solar system, universe, moon Solar s
- Which of the following statements are true of thermal energy and kinetic energy?Check all that apply.
- Which of the following statements are true of thermal energy and kinetic energy?Check all that apply.
- Which of these formulas represents 1 atom of sodium (Na) chemically combined with another element? A. PbS B. NaCl C. 2NaOH D. Na2H3IO6
- A food product that contains 15% solids non-fat, 2% fat,and 83% water is to be pasteurised by heating to 95℃ by direct steam infusion using 90% quality steam at 15psig. After heating to 95℃, the p
- Find minimum value of the coefficient of static friction to prevent car from skidding: A car travels 25 m/s around a curve of radius 120 m on a level track
- 1 -A body of mass 1 kg has weight 10 N at a certain place. What is the weight of a 100 g, b 5 kg, c 50 g? 2 -The force of gravity on the Moon is said to be one-sixth of that on the Earth. What would a
- A ferris wheel has a radius of 5.0m and makes one revolution in 8.0 seconds. a person weighing 670n is sitting on one of the benches attached at the rim of the wheel. what is the apparent weight (the
- A hawk flies in a horizontal arc of radius 11.3 m at a constant speed of 5.7 m/s. find its centripetal acceleration. answer in units of m/s 2 .
- A metal sphere with charge q=5.1 μc and radius r=2.8 cm is concentric with a larger metal sphere with charge q=12 μc and radius r=6.8 cm. (a) what is the magnitude of the potential difference betwee
- An unknown immiscible liquid seeps into the bottom of an open oil tank. some measurements indicate that the depth of the unknown liquid is 1.5 m and the depth of the oil (specific weight ???? 8.5 kn/m
- A point charge with charge q1 = 3.50 μc is held stationary at the origin. a second point charge with charge q2 = -4.10 μc moves from the point ( 0.160 m , 0) to the point ( 0.245 m , 0.240 m ). how
- Consider a room that is initially at the outdoor temperature of 20oc. the room contains a 40-w lightbulb, a 110-w tv set, a 300-w refrigerator, and a 1200-w iron. assuming no heat transfer through the
- For the instant represented, car a is rounding the circular curve at a constant speed of 26 mi/hr, while car b is slowing down at the rate of 4.2 mi/hr per second. determine the magnitude of the accel
- Which of the following elements is most important for respiration? carbon oxygen hydrogen nitrogen
- If the mass of the eyeball is 7.9 g, what is the effective spring constant of the musculature attached to the eyeball?
- Of the charge q on a tiny sphere, a fraction α is to be transferred to a second, nearby sphere. the spheres can be treated as particles. (a) what value of α maximizes the magnitude f of the electros
- The equilibrium constant is given for two of the reactions below. determine the value of the missing equilibrium constant. a. 3.5 x 10-5 b. 2.8 x 104 c. 8.1 d. 0.12 e. 89
- The relative humidity in a greenhouse at 45 °c is 92.0%. calculate the vapor pressure of water vapor in the greenhouse.
- This problem explores the behavior of charge on conductors. we take as an example a long conducting rod suspended by insulating strings. assume that the rod is initially electrically neutral. for conv
- Suppose you have a coffee mug with a circular cross section and vertical sides (uniform radius). What is its inside radius if it holds 400.0 g of coffee when filled to a depth of 6.00 cm? Assume coffe
- What is the maximum wavelength of light capable of removing an electron from a hydrogen atom in the energy states characterized by n = 1 and n = 4? (the rydberg constant for hydrogen is approximately
- White light is incident on a material with an index of refraction for red light (n = 1.348), and an index of refraction for blue light (n = 1.449). the angle theta is 43.8 degrees. if the frequency of
- If the velocity of an abject changes from 65 m/s to m/s during a time interval of 12 s what is the acceleration of the object
- Charlie is investigating friction. She will use the same amount of force to push two wooden balls across two level surfaces. Then she will record her results in the table below. Which prediction will
- Justin notices a particular type of caterpillar feeds only on cottonwood trees in his neighborhood.In which way has Justin increased his scientific knowledge
- Which one of the following statement does not accurately describe the diatonic scale as it corresponds to the setup on a piano keyboatd
- Which one of the following statement does not accurately describe the diatonic scale as it corresponds to the setup on a piano keyboatd
- A series circuit contains three 2 Ω resistors and a 6 Ω resistor. The current in each resistor is 4.0 A. What is the voltage of the battery in the circuit? 2.0 V 3.0 V 32 V 48 V
- Different kinds of substances have different properties. Compare and contrast the electrical properties of salts, metals, and acids.
- The left ventricle of a resting adult's heart pumps blood at a flow rate of 81.0 cm3/s, increasing its pressure by 110 mm Hg, its velocity from zero to 25.0 cm/s, and its height by 5.00 cm. (All numbe
- A box is to be made out of a 12 by 20 piece of cardboard. squares of equal size will be cut out of each corner, and then the ends and sides will be folded up to form a box with an open top. find the l
- What is the self-inductance of a solenoid 30.0 cm long having 100 turns of wire and a cross-sectional area of 1.00 × 10-4 m2?
- You are driving along a highway at 35.0 m/s when you hear the siren of a police car approaching you from behind and you perceive the frequency as 1,310 hz. you are relieved that he is in pursuit of a
- A train travels 63 kilometers in 2 hours, and then 72 kilometers in 4 hours. What is its average speed?
- What is the acceleration of an object if the velocity of am objects changes from 65 ms during a time interval of 12 s?
- Mike shoots a large marble (Marble A, mass: 0.05 kg) at a smaller marble (Marble B, mass: 0.03 kg) that is sitting still. Marble A was initially moving at a velocity of 0.6 m/s, but after the collisio
- If the coefficient of static friction is less than that found above, and if the coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the table is .05, find the time it takes for the 6kg mass to fall
- The sixth string of a guitar has standard tuning frequency of 82.41 hz. if the length of the vibrating string is 95.0 cm and its mass density is 8.90 g/m, what is the tension in the string at the stan
- A baseball is seen to pass upward by a window 20 m above the street with a vertical speed of 15 m/s. the ball was thrown from the street. (a) what was its initial speed? m/s (b) what altitude does it
- A soccer player extends her lower leg in a kicking motion by exerting a force with the muscle above the knee in the front of her leg. she produces an angular acceleration of 27.5 rad/s2 and her lower
- If hubble's constant is actually half the value we believe it to be (70 km/(s mpc)), the universe would be
- Cobwebs are popular decorations at Halloween time, but an experiment in which spiders were given psychoactive substances showed that it really affects their web spinning skills! The web below was spun
- Two shuffleboard disks of equal mass, one orange and the other yellow, are involved in an elastic, glancing collision. the yellow disk is initially at rest and is struck by the orange disk moving with
- A beam of sound arrives perpendicular to your abdomen from the air. what's the percentage of sound energy density enters your body (regard as water)? (speed of sound in air and water is 340m/s and 1,5
- A horizontal uniform bar of mass 2.4 kg and length 3.0 m is hung horizontally on two vertical strings. string 1 is attached to the end of the bar, and string 2 is attached a distance 0.74 m from the o
- Using signed 8-bit representation, determine the result of 53 - 88. show how you got your answer using binary arithmetic and the 2's complement system.
- A charge per unit length given by l(x) = bx, where b = 12 nc/m2, is distributed along the x axis from x = +9.0 cm to x = +16 cm. if the electric potential at infinity is taken to be zero, what is the
- Consider three capacitors c1, c2, and c3 and a battery. if only c1 is connected to the battery, the charge on c1 is 32.2 µc. now c1 is disconnected, discharged, and connected in series with c2. when
- True or false the light that is emitted from a semiconductor, upon external stimulation, is longer and longer in wavelength as the particle size of the semiconductor decreases.
- What is the single most important parameter in determine the material removal rate in a machining process?
- (a) find the potential at point p. (q = 2.5 x 10-9c, a = 50 cm) (b) how much work by an external force is required to move a charge of - 3 µc to point p. (c) if the particle (mass = 5.0 µg) were rel
- The gravitational acceleration on a planet's surface is 16.0 m/s2. what is the gravitational acceleration at an altitude of one planet diameter above the surface of the planet?
- Calculate wa, the work done by the gas as it expands along path a from v0 to va=rvv0. express wa in terms of p0, v0, and rv.
- Consult concept simulation 6.1 in preparation for this problem. a golf club strikes a 0.065-kg golf ball in order to launch it from the tee. for simplicity, assume that the average net force applied t
- The desk has a weight of 75 lb and a center of gravity at g. determine its initial acceleration if a man pushes on it with a force f = 60 lb. the coefficient of kinetic friction at a and b is mk = 0.2
- At a pressure of one atmosphere oxygen boils at −182.9°c and freezes at −218.3°c. consider a temperature scale where the boiling point of oxygen is 100.0°o and the freezing point is 0°o. deter
- A 129-kg astronaut (including space suit) acquires a speed of 2.30 m/s by pushing off with her legs from a 1850-kg space capsule. use the reference frame in which the capsule is at rest before the pus
- 68 kg tennis ball is given an angular momentum of .00272 kgm2/s when struck by a racquet. if its radius of gyration is 2 cm, what is its angular velocity
- What minimum number of cycles are necessary for the engine to lift a rock of mass 570 kg through a height of 150 m?
- A counter-flow double-pipe heat exchanger is to heat water from 20°c to 80°c at a rate of 1.2 kg/s. the heating is to be accomplished by geothermal water available at 160°c at a mass flow rate of 2
- What frequency frecede is heard by a passenger on a train moving at a speed of 18.0 m/s relative to the ground in a direction opposite to the first train and receding from it? express your answer in h
- A 58-in. (inside) diameter garden hose is used to fill a round swimming pool 7.5 m in diameter. part a how long will it take to fill the pool to a depth of 1.7 m if water issues from the hose at a spe
- A soccer ball is kicked with a speed of 20 m/s at an angle of 35 degrees above the horizontal. how long is the ball in the air?
- Which has the larger kinetic energy, a 13 g bullet fired at 490 m/s or a 10 kg bowling ball rolled at 11 m/s?
- What spring constat would you need to have a 3 kg mass oscillate on the spring iwht hte same period t as the mass owuld have hanging from a simple?
- A long, flexible, and very light strip of metal, such as a saw blade, is clamped to the edge of a table, extending horizontally over the edge like a miniature diving board. when a gob of putty is plac
- An rlc circuit has a capacitance reactance, due to its capacitance, of 11 kω; an inductive reactance, due to its inductance, of 3 kω; and a resistance of 29 kω. what is the power factor of the circ
- Unpolarized light passes through three ideal polarizing filters. the first filter is oriented with a horizontal transmission axis, the second one has its transmission axis at 30° from the horizontal,
- A boeing 747 aircraft weighing 580,000 lb when loaded with fuel and 100 passengers takes off with an airspeed of 140 mph. with the same configuration (i.e., angle of attack, flap settings, etc.), what
- Based on this flow rate, and aorta diameter of 0.7 cm, calculate the average velocity and reynolds number of flow in the aorta. is the flow likely to be laminar or turbulent?
- What is the volume v of a sample of 2.40 mol of copper? the atomic mass of copper (cu) is 63.5 g/mol, and the density of copper is 8.92×103kg/m3?
- A camera lens with index of refraction greater than 1.30 is coated with a thin transparent film of index of refraction 1.25 to eliminate by interference the reflection of light at wavelength λ that i
- When the block is 0.22 m from the equilibrium position (half of the initial displacement), what percent of the total energy of the spring-block system is kinetic energy?
- Javelin at 72 meters/second. he throws it at an angle of 22 degrees. how fast is he throwing it in the x-direction in meters/second?
- The components of vector A and vector B are: Ax=+7.6 Bx=+15.2 Ay=-9.2 By=-18.4 which equation describes the relationship between the two vectors? A. B=A+(2,0) B. B=A C. B=7.6A D. 68
- Before you begin your lab, you need to form a hypothesis that reflects which material, voltage, and number of winds you think will produce the strongest electromagnet
- Acceleration is defined as the rate of change for which characteristic? position time displacement velocity
- Which of these best describe the energy transformation that occur to generate electricity from wind energy
- In a video game, a flying coconut moves at a constant velocity of 20 meters/second. The coconut hits an obstacle and moves in the opposite direction with the constant velocity of 10 meters/second. Wha
- A car travels up a hill at a constant speed of 40 km/h and returns down the hill at a constant speed of 60 km/h. calculate the average speed for the round trip.
- A disk-shaped merry-go-round of radius 3.16 m and mass 147 kg rotates freely with an angular speed of 0.724 rev/s. a 52.3-kg person running tangential to the rim of the merry-go-round at 3.38 m/s jump
- A ground state hydrogen atom absorbs a photon of light having a wavelength of 94.92 nm. it then gives off a photon having a wavelength of 4.050 × 103 nm. what is the final state of the hydrogen atom?
- A light-rail commuter train accelerates at a rate of 1.55 m/s2. how long (in s) does it take to reach its top speed of 80.0 km/h, starting from rest?
- An automobile engine slows down from 3000 rpm to 900 rpm in 3.0 s.(a) calculate its angular acceleration, assumed constant.rad/s2(b) calculate the total number of revolutions the engine makes in this
- An object has a position given by r⃗ = [2.0 m + (3.00 m/s)t] i^ + [3.0m−(4.00 m/s2)t2] j^, where all quantities are in si units. what is the magnitude of the acceleration of the object at time t =
- A rightward force of 302 n is applied to a 28.6 kg crate to accelerate it across the floor. thye coefficient of friction between the crate and the floor is 0.750. determine the acceleration
- A sky diver with a mass of 70 kg jumps from an aircraft. the aerodynamic drag force acting on the sky diver is known to be fd = kv @, where k = 0:25n s2=m2. determine the maximum speed of free fall fo
- A submersible craft is being designed to operate in the atlantic ocean. the density ρ of salt water is 1.025 grams per cubic centimeter. for a maximum design depth of 300 feet, what is the minimum pr
- At what temperature would a 1.45 m nacl solution freeze, given that the van't hoff factor for nacl is 1.9? kf for water is 1.86 ∘c/m . express your answer with the appropriate units.
- Determine the change in internal energy of 8.00 kg of water when it is all boiled to steam at 100 ∘c. assume a constant pressure of 1.00 atm.
- Four identical metal spheres have charges of qa = -8.0 μc, qb=-2.0 μc, qc=+5.0 μc, and qd=+12.0 μc. (a) two of the spheres are brought together so they touch, and then they are separated. which sp
- How many milliliters of water at 23 °c with a density of 1.00 g/ml must be mixed with 180 ml (about 6 oz) of coffee at 95 °c so that the resulting combination will have a temperature of 60 °c? assu
- If the joint is subjected to an axial force of p = 8.1 kn , determine the average shear stress developed in each of the 6-mm diameter bolts between the plates and the members.
- In a physics lab experiment, a spring clamped to the table shoots a 18 {\rm \;g} ball horizontally. when the spring is compressed 21 {\rm \;cm} , the ball travels horizontally 4.9 {\rm \;m} and lands
- Problem #3 : a spherical pressure tank is made of 1050 cold-drawn steel (sy = 84 ksi, su = 100 ksi). the tank has a 40" inner diameter, has a ½" wall thickness, and is pressurized cyclically between
- The cantilever footing is used to support a wall near its edge a so that it causes a uniform soil pressure under the footing. determine the uniform distribution loads, wa and wb, measured in lb/ft at
- The gulf stream off the tip of florida has a flow of 35 sv (1 sv = 109 m3/s). what is the flow in milliliters per minute? what mass of water flows past the tip in 24 hours? how much time is required f
- The tractor-trailer unit is moving down the incline with a speed of 5 mi/hr when the driver brakes the tractor to a stop in a distance of 4 ft. estimate the percent increase n in the hitch-force compo
- Two compact sources of sound oscillate in phase with a frequency of 130 hz where the speed of sound is 340 m/s. at a point that is 3.40 meters from one source and 3.87 meters from the other, the ampli
- Water is being heated in a closed pan on top of a range while being stirred by a paddle wheel. during the process, 30 kj of heat is transferred to the water, and 5 kj of heat is lost to the surroundin
- A helicopter is traveling at 86km/h at an angle of 35° to the ground. what is the value of Ax and Ay?
- Robby skateboards 0.50 blocks to his friends house in 1.2 minutes. what is his speed/9366704/aa0c54ad?utm_source=registration
- Potassium chlorate decomposes to produce 20 g of solid potassium chloride. Oxygen gas is also produced. Which best describes the mass of oxygen? It is more than the mass of potassium chloride. It is l
- A bicycle tire has a pressure of 6.00 ✕ 105 N/m2 at a temperature of 20.0°C and contains 1.90 L of gas. What will its pressure be (in Pa) if you let out an amount of air that has a volume of 150 cm
- Lizzie loves to stargaze at night. She has noticed that the moon appears to change shape over the course of the month, and she wants to investigate why this happens. She hypothesizes that the relation
- Increase of green house gases, due to human activity, is warming the oceans. This causes changes in climate. Name three Earth spheres which interact in this process. Justify your answer.
- A fire hose ejects a stream of water at an angle of 39.5 ° above the horizontal. the water leaves the nozzle with a speed of 26.0 m/s. assuming that the water behaves like a projectile, how far from
- A lead ball is dropped in a lake from a diving board 5.13 m above the water. it hits the water with a certain velocity and then sinks to the bottom with the same constant velocity. it reaches the bott
- A proton moves 2.00 cm parallel to a uniform electric field of 243 v/m. how much work is done by the field on the proton?
- As a sailboat sails 59.0 m due north, a breeze exerts a constant force f with arrow1 on the boat's sails. this force is directed at an angle west of due north. a force f with arrow2 of the same magnit
- A spherical cavity is excised from the inside of the sphere. the cavity has radius a4 and is centered at position h⃗ , where |h⃗ |<34a, so that the entire cavity is contained within the larger sph
- A student standing on the ground throws a ball straight up. the ball leaves the student's hand with a speed of 6 m/s when the hand is 2.0 m above the ground. how long is the ball in the air before it
- Calculate the process capability ratio (cp) for both the temperature and thickness variables. is the polymer-coating process able to meet the engineering standards 99.7% of the time? explain.
- Consider a 0.2-mm diameter air bubble in a liquid. determine the pressure difference between the inside and outside of the air bubble if the surface tension at the air-liquid interface is
- Does the amount of heat absorbed as 1 kg of saturated liquid water boils at 100°c have to be equal to the amount of heat released as 1 kg of saturated water vapor condenses at 100°c? why or why not?
- Four point charges, each of magnitude 18.45 µc, are placed at the corners of a square 21.7 cm on a side. if three of the charges are positive and one is negative, find the magnitude of the force expe
- How much charge is moved by the battery in c? you may assume the specific heat of baby formula is approximately the same as for water, and the specific heat of glass is 0.840 j/(g⋅°c), and the spec
- If a=i+2j+ka=i+2j+k and b=i+12j+kb=i+12j+k, find a unit vector with positive first coordinate orthogonal to both aa and bb.
- If the electric field strength in air exceeds 3.0 ✕ 106 n/c, the air becomes a conductor. using this fact, determine the maximum amount of charge that can be carried by a metal sphere 1.8 m in radiu
- Which of these provides the most creative method to date rocks based on their position in a layer? Select one: a. Law of Superposition b. Law of Unconformities c. Principle of Uniformitarianism d. Pr
- In the previous question, the person had an initial velocity of 8m/s and a constant acceleration of −4m/s2. how would the maximum distance he travels to the right of the origin change if instead his
- One dimensional, steady-state conduction with uniform internal energy generation occurs in a plane wall with a thickness of 50mm and a constant thermal conductivity of 5 w/(m*k). for these conditions,
- Suppose that she pushes on the sphere tangent to its surface with a steady force of f = 75 n and that the pressurized water provides a frictionless support. how long will it take her to rotate the sph
- The electric potential at a position located a distance of 21.9 mm from a positive point charge of 6.80×10-9c and 14.5 mm from a second point charge is 1.14 kv. calculate the value of the second char
- The membrane surrounding a living cell consists of an inner and an outer wall that are separated by a small space. assume that the membrane acts like a parallel plate capacitor in which the effective
- What is the maximum instantaneous power dissipated by a 3.3-hp pump connected to a 240-vrms ac power source? 1 hp = 746 w?
- A rock has a mass of 25 kg. the acceleration due to gravity is 10m/2^s and the height of the rock is 42m. find the potential energy of the rock
- When water breaks apart, it releases positively charged ____________ ions and negatively charged ____________ ions?
- You are measuring the speed of light through a material and come up with a value of 1 x 108 m/s. from this you can deduce that:
- What is the time required for an object starting at rest to fall freely 500 meters near earth surface
- Which properties can be used to determine whether a substance is a liquid or a plasma? Check all that apply.
- A 3.8 kg object is lifted 12 meters. Approximately how much work is performed during the lifting? A. 446.9 J B. 372.4 J C. 588 J D. 45.6 JA 3.8 kg object is lifted 12 meters. Approximately how much wo
- A 3.8 kg object is lifted 12 meters. Approximately how much work is performed during the lifting? A. 446.9 J B. 372.4 J C. 588 J D. 45.6 JA 3.8 kg object is lifted 12 meters. Approximately how much wo
- A 3.8 kg object is lifted 12 meters. Approximately how much work is performed during the lifting? A. 446.9 J B. 372.4 J C. 588 J D. 45.6 JA 3.8 kg object is lifted 12 meters. Approximately how much wo
- What are the job prospects for students with either a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or a doctoral degree in psychology?
- What are the job prospects for students with either a bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, or a doctoral degree in psychology?
- A golf ball is hit an an initial speed of 30 m/s. if the ball is directed at an angle of 55° above the horizontal, what is its horizontal range of the ball?
- A pendulum has 295 J of potential energy at the highest point of its swing. How much kinetic energy will it have at the bottom of its swing?
- An elite runner can run with a speed of 30 m/s. if the runners mass is 25 kg, what is their kinetic energy?
- Answers to a physics student from pittsford throws a ball thrown horizontally from the top of a building with a speed of 8 m/s. the student measures the height of the building to be 15m what is the ba
- A quantity of an ideal gas is contained in a balloon. initially the gas temperature is 27°c. you double the pressure on the balloon and change the temperature so that the balloon shrinks to one-quart
- A spherical balloon has a radius of 11.5 m, and is filled with helium. how large a cargo can it lift, assuming that the skin and structure of the balloon have a mass of 1000 kg? neglect the bouyant fo
- A uniform, 0.0300-kg rod of length 0.400 m rotates in a horizontal plane about a fixed axis through its center and per- pendicular to the rod. two small rings, each with mass 0.0200 kg, are mounted so
- G to correct myopia, concave lenses are prescribed. if a student can read her physics book only when she holds it no farther than 18 cm away, what focal length of lens should be prescribed so she can
- A student pulls on a 20 kg box with a force of 50 N at an angle 45 degrees relative to the horizontal. The box increases speed at a rate of 1.5 m/s2. What is the approximate normal force on the box?
- A small 30 kilogram canoe is floating downriver at a speed of 2 m/s. what is the canoes kinetic enegry?
- I need help with a couple of questions. 1 The smaller molecules from which polymers are built are called #####= blank 2 is How do polymers form?
- When two objects push or pull on each other, which type of energy is being transferred? A:Chemical Energy B:Electrical Energy C:Mechanical Energy D:Sound Energy
- A certain pendulum consists of a 1.5-kg mass swinging at the end of a string (length = 2.0 m). at the lowest point in the swing the tension in the string is equal to 20 n. to what maximum height above
- 9. WHERE SHOULD YOU START MAKING A U-TURN WHEN DRIVING ON A DIVIDED STREET WITH MULTIPLE LANES IN YOUR DIRECTION? A. On the shoulder B. In the left lane C. In the median
- A is 300 kpa, the volume flow rate of water at 10°c delivered to the tank is 0.0035 m3/s. if we want to reduce the flow rate in half, what should the valve opening (s/d) be? the pressure at a still r
- A lens of focal length 40 mm is mounted on a 35 mm camera. the lens aperture is set at f/5.6 and the shutter speed set at 1/250 s. a different camera has a lens of focal length 56 mm in place. the shu
- A 4.00-m-long, 460 kg steel beam extends horizontally from the point where it has been bolted to the framework of a new building under construction. a 73.0 kg construction worker stands at the far end
- An astronaut has a mass of 70 kg. what is the weight of the astronaut on earth at sea level? what are the mass and the weight of the astronaut on the moon, and on mars? what is the ratio of the pressu
- A particle with a charge of 7.80 nc is in a uniform electric field directed to the left. another force, in addition to the electric force, acts on the particle so that when it is released from rest, i
- A solid hemisphere of radius b has its flat surface glued to a horizontal table. a second solid hemisphere of different radius a rests on top of the first one so that the curved surfaces are in contac
- Case omicron: augustino stands on the scale which is placed on a shallow ramp which has a very low incline angle. case upsilon: augustino stands on the scale which is placed on a level floor. case iot
- Copy the order form from lab exercise 2, part 3 to l4p3.html. (you can use the unix command cp l2p3.html l4p3.html to do this or copy it locally and upload the copy with your sftp tool.) make a link t
- Find the magnitude of the magnetic flux through the floor of a house that measures 21 m by 18 m . assume that the earth's magnetic field at the location of the house has a horizontal component of 2.8
- Find the magnitude of the net torque τ acting on the system. be sure to use the absolute value function in your answer, since no comparison of m1, m2, and mbar has been given. express your answer in
- Imagine that the container from the problem introduction is now filled with n identical gas particles of mass m. the particles each have different x velocities, but their average x velocity squared, d
- In pulse amplitude modulation encoding, the general rule is that we need to sample at twice the bandwidth. in addition, if we use n bits for each sample, we can represent 2n loudness (amplitude) level
- Refrigerant 134a enters a condenser operating at steady state at 60 ibf/in.2and 140°f and is condensed to saturated liquid at 60 lbf/in.2on the outside of tubes through which cooling water flows. in
- The bar ab is supported by two smooth collars. at a the bar is rigidly attached to the collar, and at b the collar is connected to the bar by a ball-and-socket joint. if a 100 lb load is applied to th
- The drawing shows a golf ball passing through a windmill at a miniature golf course. the windmill has 12 blades and rotates at an angular speed of 1.75 rad/s. the opening between successive blades is
- The full-wave converter used as an inverter in fig. 4-14 has an ac source of 240 v rms at 60 hz, r 10 , l 0.8 h, and vdc 100 v. the delay angle for the converter is 105. determine the power supplied t
- The large blade of a helicopter is rotating in a horizontal circle. the length of the blade is 5.8 m, measured from its tip to the center of the circle. find the ratio of the centripetal acceleration
- The sketches below show a circular coil and a permanent magnet; the arrows indicate both the magnitude and the direction of the velocities of the magnet and coil. in which situations will the induced
- Two fully annealed cylindrical specimens of an alloy are to be hardened by reducing their (always circular) cross-sections in an extrusion process. for one specimen, the initial and post-deformation r
- University physics 6.81: calculate the friction. consider the system shown below. the rope and pulley have negligible mass, and the pulley is frictionless. initially the 6.00 kg block is moving downwa
- We have discussed the motion of electrons in a conductor and the conditions under which ohms law arises in a resistor. but there are other situations in which potential differences lead to current flo
- When landing after a spectacular somersault, a 40.0-kg gymnast decelerates by pushing straight down on the mat. calculate the force she must exert if her deceleration is 7.00 times the acceleration du
- While traveling on a dirt road, the bottom of a car hits a sharp rock and a small hole develops at the bottom of its gas tank. if the height of the gasoline in the tank is 28 cm, determine the initial
- You are traveling on a hilly road. at a particular spot, when your car is perfectly horizontal, the road follows a circular arc of some unknown radius. your speedometer reads 90.0 km/h, and your appar
- If the mass of a material is 44 grams and the volume of the material is 15 cm^3, what would the density of the material be?
- Hiro rubs an inflated balloon on his hair, and his hair sticks to the balloon. As he moves the balloon away from his head, how does the electric force change? The electric force increases because the
- What is the force between two small charged spheres that have charges of 2 x 10–7 C and 3 x 10–7 C and are placed 30 cm apart in air?
- A box is pulled by a string with horizontal force t across a horizontal, frictionless table. if the box starts from rest, what is the relationship between the speed v1 after the box has moved a distan
- A 1 510-kg automobile has a wheel base (the distance between the axles) of 3.10 m. the automobile's center of mass is on the centerline at a point 1.30 m behind the front axle. find the force exerted
- A rod consisting of two cylindrical portions ab and bc is restrained at both ends. portion ab is made of steel (es 5 29 3 106 psi, as 5 6.5 3 1026 /8f) and portion bc is made of aluminum (ea 5 10.4 3
- Based on the thermodynamic properties provided for water, determine the energy change when the temperature of 0.250 kg of water decreased from 109 °c to 30.5 °c.
- The data sheet for the transistor reports that v b e , o n = 0.7 v vbe,on=0.7 v and β = 110 β=110. your lab partner, freddie, biases the transistor such that v c c = 16 v vcc=16 v, r c = 800 ω rc=8
- In the parallel rlc circuit at right, let r = 8 k, l = 0.2 mh, and c = 8 µf. (a) calculate ω 0 , q, and the bandwidth b. (b) find ω 1 and ω 2 .
- You are designing eyeglasses for someone whose near point is 60 cm. what focal length lens should you prescribe so that an object can be clearly seen when placed at 25 cm in front of the eye
- What is the name for a small depression created by the melting of a chunk of ice in glacial ˢᴱᴰᴹᴵᴺᵀ
- Sandra is working hard to gain some strength for spring track. She has not done much this winter, so she has decided she will do bench presses and curls on Monday, stomach and back exercises on Wednes
- In a given chemical reaction, the energy of the products isn’t greater than the energy of the reactants. Which statement is true for this reaction?
- Two football players collide on the field. Before the collision, their total momentum was 450 kgm/s to the north. What is their total momentum after the collision? A. More than 450 kgm/s north B. 450
- When the Wave moved through your line of students, What Actually moved? In What direction? (Be Sure to explain in full sentences.)
- Two bodies A and B placed on a scale pan supported by a light inextensible string are placed on each other, in such a way that body A is placed on body B , the weight of bodies B and A are ,4N and 2N
- Find the value of T1 if 1 = 30°, 2 = 60°, and the weight of the object is 139.3 newtons. 69.58 newtons 45.05 newtons 25 newtons 98.26 newtons
- When Emma pushes a bag with a force of 27 newtons, the coefficient of kinetic friction between the bag and the floor is 0.23. What is the normal force acting on the bag by the floor? 0.085 newtons 27
- A doctor uses an instrument that emits light and allows the doctor to view the inside of a patients intestine. What is the doctor most likely using?
- Over the course of a year areas near Earth's equator receive more direct energy from the Sun than areas near Earth pole which of the following correctly describes one result of this heating pattern
- The law of reflection states that if the angle of incidence is 76 degrees, the angle of reflection is ___ degrees.
- See attachment there are 2 pipes viewed from the side, pipes A and B. Their masses are 80lb and 60lb. how much force must be applied to pipe B to make the pipes not move. assume that the pipes can mov
- A transformer has a primary coil with 300 turns and a secondary coil with 600 turns. If the output voltage is 75 volts, what is the input voltage?
- What is the temperature of a metallic block in a thermal equilibrium with a mixture of ice and water at 1 atm pressure? A)0C B)273k. C)0K. D)100C
- A window washer stands on a scaffolding 30m above the ground. If he did 23,520J of work to reach the scaffolding, what is his mass?
- Two deer run toward each other one deer has a mass of 20 kg and runs west with a speed of 5m/s. while the other has a mass of 30 kg and runs east with a speed of 4 m/s. what is the total momentum of t
- Compare and contrast these forces. You must provide two ways that they are alike and two ways that they are different. You may make a list, write in paragraph form, or make a chart.
- As more and more energy is added to the atoms of a solid plastic, what will the plastic change into first
- On an ice skating rink, a girl of mass 50 kg stands stationary, face to face with a boy of mass 80 kg. The children push off of one another, and the boy moves away with a velocity of +3 m/s. What is t
- The drawing shows an edge-on view of two planar surfaces that intersect and are mutually perpendicular. surface 1 has an area of 1.4 m2, while surface 2 has an area of 4.6 m2. the electric field e in
- Which statements describe the relationship of Earth and its moon? Check all that apply. The moon orbits Earth following a nearly circular path. The gravitational pull of Earth on the moon is parallel
- How is power defined? a. the rate at which is accomplished b. the direction of a force applied to an object c. the total distance an object is moved d. the quantity of work accomplished
- In an attempt to reduce our dependence on nonrenewable resources and cut down on the harm to the environment, we could burn ____to produce electricity
- In late adulthood, changes in memory may bot be inevitable however, any decline in memory tends to invite
- Which elements can form acidic compounds? Check all that apply. sulfur rubidium arsenic selenium silicon xenon antimony
- Two people timed an object with a stop watch. They each got a slightly different result. How could this be?
- The graph shows all of the stable isotopes of elements according to the numbers of protons and neutrons in their nuclei. (the graph is in the attachment) Which statements are supported by the graph? C
- Which element is a halogen and has a larger average atomic mass than arsenic (As)? A. selenium (Se) B. iodine (I) C. strontium (Sr) D. chlorine (Cl)
- What is the displacement of a spring if it has a spring constant of 10 N/m, and a force of 2.5N is applied
- If a football player positioned on the scrimmage line runs straight downfield for 26 yards and then cuts to his left for 6.0 yards to receive a pass, what is the football player's total displacement f
- Explain how drinking through a straw illustrates fluid flowing from high-pressure to low-pressure areas.
- An unstretched spring is 19.0 cm long. when you hang an 835 g weight from it, it stretches to a length of 22.0 cm .
- ) two stereo speakers mounted 4.52 m apart on a wall emit identical in-phase sound waves. you are standing at the opposite wall of the room at a point directly between the two speakers. you walk 2.11
- When we talk about the speed of light, we typically think of visible light. though physicists have performed experiments that demonstrate?
- Is there a relationship between the magnitude of the bond dipole and how the molecule is affected by the electric field?
- Part iv: more than meets the eye (transformer) in a transformer, moving electrons in one coil create a magnetic field. when the created magnetic field interacts with a second coil, electrons can be fo
- Complete the sentence to describe what a wave is and what it does. A wave is a ___ that carries ___ from one place to another.
- A policeman starts giving chase 60 seconds after a stolen carzooms by at 108 km>hr. At what minimum speed should hedrive if he has to catch up with the driver before he managesto get onto an expresswa
- As Aubrey watches this merry-go-round for a total of 2 minutes, she notices the black horse pass by 15 times. What is the period of the black horse?
- What is the correct sequence of materials, in order of increasing light-transmitting capabilities (from least to most)?
- It's nighttime, and you've dropped your goggles into a 3.0 m swimming pool. If you hold a laser pointer 1.0 m above the edge of the pool, you can illuminate the goggles if the laser beam enters the wa
- What is electricity? A) the orbit of electrons around a nucleus B) the flow of positive electric charge C) the flow of negative electric charge D) the flow of electric charge
- Which part of a refrigerator determines whether it is an open or close system? how can you change the system from close to open
- Displacement vectors of 4 km south, 2 km north, 5 km south, and 5 km north combine to a total displacement of..?
- A tank with a flat bottom is filled with water to a height of 4 meters. What is the pressure at any point at the bottom of the tank? (You can ignore atmospheric pressure when calculating your answer.)
- Our Sun is one of many stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. Which term BEST describes our Sun? A) red giant B) protostar C) white dwarf D) medium sized star
- A ball is dropped from a place above the girl in the figure. She is watching the path of the ball.Why does the ball continue moving in the same direction A. A balanced force is acting on the ball B. G
- If the same force is applied to each of the balls shown below,which one will move the slowest? A. m=7.3kg B. m=1.0 C. m=0.75kg D. M=0.5kg
- . When a police officer uses radar for speed control, the officer is using what kind of electromagnetic waves? X-rays gamma rays radio waves ultraviolet rays
- A teacher pushed a 10kg desk across a floor for a distance of 5m. she exerted a horizontal force of 20n. how much work was done?
- Maslow's hierarchy of needs assumes individuals are generally misinformed and need guidance from therapists individuals are generally good and committed to improving themselves individuals are general
- A circular test track for cars has a circumference of 3.5 km . A car travels around the track from the southernmost point to the northernmost point. what distance does the car travel?
- Lead has a density of 11.3 g/cm^3. If you have 1.0 kg of lead, what is the volume in cubic centimeters (cm^3?)
- Based on the definition of specific heat and the information provide below, if the same amount of heat is added to 1 kg of all these substances, which substance will raise in temperature to the highes
- A 480 kilogram airboat at rest applies a force of 800 Newtons for 12 seconds what is the final velocity of the Airboat
- The electric fan shown has the following specifications: The entire unit weighs W = 15 lb with the center of gravity shown. The fan produces a maximum thrust of T = 6 lb. The height h can be adjusted
- Explain the effect of using controlled rectifiers in AC circuitsUsing waveform diagrams, explain the output characteristic of a controlled rectifier
- Two children are pulling and pushing a 30.0 kg sled. The child pulling the sled is exerting a force of 12.0 N at a 45o angle. The child pushing the sled is exerting a horizontal a force of 8.00 N. The
- A train travels 94 kilometers in 5 hours, and then 84 kilometers in 3 hours. What is its average speed?
- Natural gas is very abundant in the United States. Compared to other fossil fuels, which describes the waste products of the combustion of natural gas? A) Natural gas has no waste products. B) Natural
- This diagram shows a skier moving down a hill. Which statement best describes the skier? The skier has potential and kinetic energy.The skier has only potential energy. The skier has only kinetic ene
- For saving lives, what is the most important safely feature on a car a. air bag b. safely belt c. anti-lock brakes
- Every year the Earth travels about 109km as it orbits the Sun. What is Earth's average speed in km/h?
- A seat on a Ferris wheel moves at a constant tangential speed around the wheel. If the seat is 7 m from the center of the wheel and has a tangential speed of 0.5 m/s, what centripetal acceleration doe
- What kind of information doea the nutrition facts label give about requirements for essential nutrients
- The city council is going to decide on whether or not to spray a certain insecticide for mosquito control. Many other towns already use this insecticide but your town wants to research the topic befor
- What is electricity A) the movement of molecules B) the movement of atoms C) the movement of circuits D) the movement of electrons
- If you have a string of lights and one light goes out but others stay lit, which type of circuit do you have A) broken B) short C) series D) parallel
- A pure solid such as naphthalene is heated until it all melts and the temperature of the liquid is then 90 degreesC. When the liquid cools, its temperature falls to about 800 C and then it remains con
- While researching life during colonial times, Carson learns that people would extract potassium hydroxide from wood ashes and mix it with animal fat. What were the colonists doing? generating hydrogen
- Is it possible for several scientists who have never met each other to contribute to the same scientific knowledge, theory, or law? Explain your answer.
- You drive a bumper car into another bumper car whose driver has a much larger body mass that you do. Who experiences more of a jolt, you or the other driver? Explain your answer.
- In the 1887 experiment by Michelson and Morley, the length of each arm was 11m. The experimental limit for the ring shift was 0.005 fringes. If sodium light was used with the interferometer (λ = 589
- A runner moves 2.38 a second North accelerates at .310 m/sssquared at a -62 degree angle how many seconds later is she running directly east
- A car is traveling at 16m/s when the brakes are applied. The brakes decelerate the car at the rate of 5.0m/s^2. How long will it take to stop the car?
- Resultant of two equal forces may have the magnitude equal to 1 of the forces .At what angle the equal forces this is possible?Justify
- What is the magnitude of the gravitational know for checking a 4.0 kg object which is 1.0m from a 1.0 kg object
- What is the magnitude of the gravitational force acting on a 4.0kg object which is 1.0m from 1.0kg object
- Select all that apply. Choose the statement(s) that best describe Earth's hydrologic, rock, and tectonic cycles. They continuously recycle Earth's materials. They contribute to a balance or equilibriu
- What is an example of a hypothesis leading to a new experiment? Upon seeing bacteria under the microscope, scientists theorized that they could be the cause of illness. Galileo dropped different balls
- Find the vertical displacement D(t) between the raised hands of the two players for the time period after Boris has jumped (t>tR) but before Arabella has landed.Find the vertical displacement D(t) bet
- What animal dies in a desert area with the help of scavengers and bacteria it decomposes completely in the hot sun is second animal dies while drinking in a stream the body is covered in sediment befo
- In a thundercloud there may be an electric charge of 50 C near the top of the cloud and −50 C near the bottom of the cloud. If these charges are separated by about 3 km, what is the magnitude of the
- The block in the illustration is floating in water. Water has a density of 1.0 g/cm 3 and about 30 percent of the block is below water. What is a good estimate of the density of the block? A) 0.90g/cm
- Which of Shakina's statements regarding acceleration and velocity is false? "When the acceleration and velocity are in opposite directions, the particle slows down." "When the acceleration and velocit
- A linear circuit is shown below. Figure 4-1 The elements in this circuit have the following values: R1=200Ω, R2=200Ω, R3=200Ω, V1=3V, I1=2A and I2=2A Determine the potentials at nodes A and B, assu
- What is the cell cycle? A. repeating series of stages a dividing cell got through. B. the time a cell spends actively dividing. C. process of duplication of genetic material. D. repeating process of D
- Which action do researchers take to make advances in science? They guard their findings against the scrutiny of outside sources. They share their experimental results with other researchers. They redu
- If the worst fit line gradient is 9 and the best fit line gradient is 8, find the accepted gradient and uncertainty
- A 10 gram sample of butter will melt at a temperature that is the melting point of 5 gram sample of butter
- It takes Delta U=402.3 J to raise the temperature of an amount of water by a certain temperature. How fast must a 0.42 kg ball trabel in order for it kinetic energy to equal this internal energy?
- David starts at a position of x=0 meters at the left side of the front of the classroom. Over the course of the class he walks back and forth in front of the class 15 times, 6 meters to the right, and
- The period of a sound wave coming from an instrument is 0.002 seconds. What is the frequency of the sound?
- A student pushes a book with a force of 5N to the east. which statement decribes the reaction force?
- Jim is rearranging his apartment and needs to move his entertainment center. If the gravity exerts 15 N and there is 10 N of friction, how much force will Jim need to exert to move it?
- The amount of fuel used to heat and cool your home can be reduced by good ____? A- Recycling B- conservation C- efficiency D- capacity E-fans F-misters G- insulation H-fission Please help me asap I'm
- A force of 15 N is applied to a spring, causing it to stretch 0.3 m. What is the spring constant for this particular spring?
- How does the anatomy of the endocrine and integimentary systems correlate with the sense organs? what role does radiology and utilizing nuclear medicine play in this line of care?
- Kiley went 5.7 km/h north and then went 5.8 km/h west. From start to finish, she went 8.1 km/h northwest.Which best describes her numbers?5.7 km/h north and 5.8 km/h west are instantaneous speeds, whi
- I question wasn't answer how long will a tongue piercings close I had mine about 7 years and been out about 5 years
- A 16.03 piece of iron absorbs 1086.75 joules of heat energy and its temperature changes from 25 degrees C to 175 degrees C calculate specific heat of iron
- A simple pendulum has wooden bob. If it is replaced by a copper Bob of same size,will there be any change in it's time period ? Explain
- Calculate the slip of a 2 pole 3 phase induction motor when the supply frequency is 50 Hz and the rotor current frequency is 2 Hz.Full workings please and readable formatThanks
- A d.c. self-excited shunt generator has a field resistance of 160Ω. The generated emf is 420V and it supplies a load of 55kW Calculate the armature resistance when the generator terminal voltage is
- When a psychologist describes a developing culture as “primitive,” what bias are they displaying? A. sexism B. ethnocentrism C. racism D. xenocentrism
- If you are skateboarding and have to make a sharp turn to avoid a branch, in which direction are you accelerating?
- . Calculate the tensional force in a 5 m length of string that whirls a 2.5 kg mass at 15 m/s in a horizontal circle?
- Which best described how the current scientific model of the atom was developed? the model was the result of hundreds of years of experiments recent experiments invalidated most of the work of the las
- The force of attraction or repulsion between two magnetic poles is similar to which of the following laws? Biot-Savart Force Law Coulomb’s Law Ohm’s Law Faraday’s Law
- The red supergiant Betelgeuse has a diameter of 1,680,000,000 km. If Betelgeuse is located 197 parsecs (pc) away, what is its apparent size (in arcseconds)?-- Note: The attached image shows multiple e
- Which best compares a brush and a commutator in an electric motor? A- Both rotate when the motor is on. B- Both carry electrical current from a power source. C- Both remain stationary when the motor i
- Cereal plants gain chemical potential energy as they grow. Which form of energy is converted to create the chemical potential energy? gravitational potential energy kinetic energy light energy thermal
- A car is moving with a velocity of 20 meters/second has 1.8 x 10^5 joules of kinetic energy what is the mass of the car
- A 100-kg boulder sits on the top of a 50-meter high cliff. It falls off. How fast is it traveling just before it hits the ground? A. 31 m/s B. 490 m/s C. 98 m/s D. 245 m/s
- A hot air balloon with a mass of 400 kilograms moves across the sky with 3200 joules of kinetic energy. The velocity of the balloon is
- An electron is introduced to an electric field with a strength of 3uN/C. Find the force acting on the electron dueto the field.What is the force between two protons that are 1cm apat? Is the farce rep
- PLZZ HELP ASAP!!! 20pts How do fossils tell scientists about the past environment? How would they know if there was once water, when water no longer is present?
- Which of these is true regarding weight but NOT mass? Question 1 options: a.Weight is based on density, mass is not. b.Weight is proportional to volume, mass is not. c.Weight changes based on inertia,
- A student makes measurements from which she calculates the speed of sound as 327.66m/s She estimates that her result is accurate to +-3% Which of the following gives her result expressed to the approp
- A 60kg skier starts at the top of a ten meter high slope. at the bottom she is traveling 10 m/s. how much energy does she lose to friction?
- What was formed when the when the pacific and north american plates converge? A. Mountain St. Helens B. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge C. The San Andreas fault D. The Hawaii Islands
- A virtual image has a ____ image distance (q) and is located in ____ of the lens. a. positive, front c. negative, front b. positive, back d. negative, back
- Snowboarding cautiously down a step slope at a speed of 7.0 m/sec, sarah, whose mass is 50. kilograms, is afraid she won't have enough speed to travel up a slight uphill grade ahead of her. She extend
- David is driving at a steady 29.0m/s when he passes Tina. I go is sitting in her car at rest. Tina accelerates at a steady 2.5m/s^2 at the instant David passes. I what is her speed as she passes him
- SOMEONE PLZ HELP ME OUT ILL GIVE 30pts Match the vocabulary word with the correct definition. 1. obstacles or difficulties that prevent exercise -regular exercise 2. conditioning that strengthens th
- Match the type of fitness with the correct example. 1.an exercise that stretches your back 2.lifting a heavy object 3.a fast walk in the park 4.a jumping exercise that makes you breathe hard 5.to
- (THE SUBJECT IS LANGUAGE ARTS I NEED HELP I'LL GIVE BRAINLIEST) In this discussion, you will talk about belonging to a place and of the information, or understandings, that belonging involves. What mu
- David keeps harping over any problem that he comes across at work. He goes over the details regarding the problem repeatedly. In the end, David is confused about the problem, and is therefore unable t
- ANSWER ASAP The gravitational force between two objects: A) is always the same B) will decrease if either object gains mass C)will increase if the objects are moved closer together
- A mass initially at rest, spontaneously decays into two masses both traveling at 3/5 the speed of light. what fraction of the original mass was lost in the decay?
- ANSWER ASAPPPPP Evan finds a rock while hiking. It has a fossil in it. The rock is most likely a(n): A) igneous rock B) sedimentary rock C) metamorphic rock
- ANSWER ASAPPPPPP Rocks that are melted by heat and then cooled are classified as: A) igneous B) sedimentary C) metamorphic
- A plane flies horizontally at an altitude of 5 km and passes directly over a tracking telescope on the ground. when the angle of elevation is π/4, this angle is decreasing at a rate of π/3 radians p
- A turtle crawls along a straight line, which we will call the x-axis with the positive direction to the right. the equation for the turtle's position as a function of time is x(t) = 53.5 cm + (2.01 cm
- ANSWER ASAPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP Pressure waves passing through the liquid outer core are: A) bent B) reflected C) absorbed D) canceled
- A wall has a negative charge distribution producing a uniform horizontal electric field. a small plastic ball of mass 0.0242 kg, carrying charge of −103 µc, is suspended by an uncharged, nonconduct
- Current passes through a solution of sodium chloride. in 1.00 second, 2.68×1016na+ ions arrive at the negative electrode and 3.92×1016cl− ions arrive at the positive electrode. part a what is the
- 39 for an fcc single crystal, would you expect the surface energy for a (100) plane to be greater or less than that for a (111) plane? why?
- If the diameter of the space station is 830 m , how many revolutions per minute are needed for the "artificial gravity" acceleration to be 9.80m/s2?.
- 75-kg of water that is initially at 0.5 mpa and 30 percent quality occupies a spring-loaded piston–cylinder device. this device is now cooled until the water is a saturated liquid at 100oc. calculat
- Light illuminates two closely spaced thin slits and produces an interference pattern on a screen behind. how will the distance between the fringes of the pattern differ for red light and blue light?
- One of the fastest recorded pitches in major-league baseball, thrown by joel zumaya in 2006, was clocked at 101.0 mi/h (fig. p3.22). if a pitch were thrown horizontally with this velocity, how far wou
- The double pulley shown is attached to a 10-mm-radius shaft that fits loosely in a fixed bearing. knowing that the coefficient of static friction between the shaft and the poorly lubricated bearing is
- The ignition temperature of 87-octane gasoline vapor is about 430 ∘c and, assuming that the working gas is diatomic and enters the cylinder at 20 ∘c, determine the maximum compression ratio of the
- Two thin parallel slits that are 0.0116 mm apart are illuminated by a laser beam of wavelength 585 nm. (a) on a very large distant screen, what is the total number of bright fringes (those indicating
- What are the (a) x- and (b) y- components of the net electric field produced at point p at y = 8.00 m?
- When an ion accelerates through a potential difference of 2330 v , its electric potential energy decreases by 7.46×10−16 j ?
- ANSWER ASAPPPPPPPP BE 100% CORRECT Which of the following is not a variable property for a gas? A) mass B) density C) volume D) shape
- How would the absence of gravity affect the formation of planets? A The rocks and debris would take longer to accrete into a planet. B The rocks and debris would never accrete into a planet. C The roc
- The velocity of an object is equal to the distance divided by time. The equation is velocity = distance/time. If you wanted to calculate the TIME required for an object to travel a distance and you kn
- Monochromatic light with a wavelength of 6.4 E -7 meter passes through two narrow slits, producing an interference pattern on a screen 4.0 meters away. The first order bright band lines are 2.0 E -2 m
- The power rating of a clock is 10 W, and the cost of electrical energy is $0.15 per kilowatt-hour. Rounded to the nearest cent, how much does it cost to run the clock for one whole week?
- A famous motorcycle company has just built its first electric model. Like all vehicles, the purpose of the motorcycle is to put out kinetic energy.How much energy goes toward kinetic energy?
- A woman steps in front of a child to jeep him from running off.which term best descrives this example
- Your neighbor Paul has rented a truck with a loading ramp. The ramp is tilted upward at 35 ∘, and Paul is pulling a large crate up the ramp with a rope that angles 20 ∘ above the ramp. Paul pulls
- Typical backyard ants often create a network of chemical trails for guidance. Extending outward from the nest, a trail branches (bifurcates) repeatedly, with 60˚ between the branches. If a roaming an
- The 3 characteristics of minerals are: they are liquids they are solids They are naturally occuring They are inorganic substances with a specific composition and crystal structure They are made from o
- Find the direction and magnitude of the net force exerted on the point charge q2 in the figure. Let q=+2.0uC and d= 42cm
- When an insect ventures onto a spiderweb, a slight vibration is set up alerting the spider. the density of spider silk is approximately 1.3 g/cm3, and its diameter varies considerably depending on the
- The driver of a car drives 3.00 km north, 2.00 km northeast (45.0 east of north), 4.00 km west and then 3.00 km southeast (45.0 east to north). Where does he end up relative to his starting point? Wor
- Estime el volumen y masa de agua que existe en un lago. La forma del lago es aproximadamente circular, tiene casi 500 metros de diámetro y se supone que tiene una profundidad promedio de 15.0 metros
- The transverse wave shown has a wavelength of 1.5 m and is traveling in the x-direction. How long does it take the wave to travel 6.0 m in the x-direction? 0.13 seconds 0.67 seconds 2.0 seconds 8.0 se
- The density of a corn syrup is is 1.37 g/ml. How much volume does corn syrup take up if it weighs 17.3 N?
- As mentioned in this week’s notes on page 4, the electrons of an atom can occupy different energy shells within the atom (similar to how the planets all occupy different orbits around the Sun). Elec
- Use the momentum equation for photons found in this week's notes, the wavelength you found in #3, and Plank’s constant (6.63E-34) to calculate the momentum of this photon: .0E-27 kgm/s 1.8E-27 kgm/s
- A man out walking his dog makes one complete pass around a perfectly square city block. He starts at point A and walks clockwise around the block
- A man out walking his dog makes one complete pass around a perfectly square city block. He starts at point A and walks clockwise around the block
- Once cells with nuclei developed, organisms were able to become more complex, which allowed them to adapt to the conditions in more habitats. By which process do organisms adapt and evolve? A) mitosis
- What is the potential energy of the system composed of the three charges q1, q3, and q4, when q1 is at point R? Define the potential energy to be zero at infinity.
- If the frequency of a sound wave is 250 hertz and its wavelength is 1.36 meters, what is the wave's velocity? 250 meters/second
- Vector A makes an angle of 31.7° above the positive x-axis, and vector B makes an angle of 45.0° below the negative x-axis. A = 2.97 units, and B = 1.80 units. Find A + B and A - B.
- What happens to the velocity of a sound wave in air if the temperature of the air increases? A.The frequency of the sound wave increases. B.The velocity of the sound wave decreases. C.The energy of th
- An electric flux of 145 Nm2/C passes through a flat horizontal surface that has an area of 0.635 m2. The flux is due to a uniform electric field. What is the magnitude of the electric field if the fie
- A person is moving for 2 minutes with a constant speed of 4 m/s how far of a distance would the person cover
- Standing at the edge of a building of height 9.2m, a woman reaches out over the edge and throws a penny vertically upward. It rises, then falls past her, hitting the ground below 2.5s after release. W
- If the pitch of a sound decreases and the sound source is moving, is the sound source moving toward or away from the observer
- Calculate the potential, kinetic energy, mechanical energy, velocity, and height of the ball at the various locations.
- A 6 cm object is 8 cm from a convex lens that has a focal length of 5 cm. The image is 4 cm from the lens. The height of the image is cm.
- In a summer storm the wind is blowing with a velocity of 8m/s north. Suddenly in 3 seconds, the winds velocity is 23m/s north. What is the winds acceleration?
- A sample of 20.0 moles of a monatomic ideal gas (γ = 1.67) undergoes an adiabatic process. The initial pressure is and the initial temperature is The final temperature of the gas is What is the final
- A race car travels on a circular track at an average rate of 125 mi/h. The radius of the track is 0.320 miles. What is the centripetal acceleration of the car? 391 mi/h2 40.0 mi/h2 5,000 mi/h2 48,800
- I need the lab report about the force table.
- A ball is dropped from the top of a building. The gravitational force is 10 N down, and the force of air resistance is 1 N up. What is the net force?
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- In what type of climate do trees produce wider rings? cool and dry warm and wet cool and wet warm and dry
- This morning a 1 - kw electric heater was switched on for one hour. Trace back as far as you can the various forms the energy had before it was used for heat. Assume a coal-fired power plant. Now trac
- A student weighing 664 N climbs at constant speed to the top of an 12 m vertical rope in 17 s. what is the average power expanded by the student to overcome gravity?
- In their work on collision, Trautz and Lewis explained how chemical reactions occur and why they have different reaction rates. This work is an example of a theory because it is a well-tested, widely
- Charge q2 is 2.5 *10^-9 and charge q1 has mass .20 g. the separation r is 5 cm, and the angle is 15 degree. find q1 ( magnitude and sign)
- If the pitch of the sound coming out of a speaker increases, which statement is true about the sound wave?
- a basket player releases the ball 7 ft above the floor when he is 30 ft from the basket. The ball goes through the rim of the basket (which is 10 ft above the floor) 1.5 seconds after release. Find th
- Suppose you are building a series circuit with a battery and a small light bulb and you run out of wire what common objects could you use to connect the battery to the light bulb explain please. Thank
- The density of atmosphere (measured in kilograms/meter3) on a certain planet is found to decrease as altitude increases (as measured from the planet's surface). What is the type of relationship betwee
- The main difference between the internal combustion engine and the diesel engine is that the diesel engine A. does not utilize pistons. B. does not have a crankshaft. C. has no ignition system. D.
- A skier with a potential energy of 137,200 j waits on top of a ski jump that is 200 m high what is the mad as of the skier
- A particle is located at the vector position r = (3i+2j) m and the force acting on it is F = (2i+3j) N . The torque of the force about the origin is
- 1) Which situation is an example of transferring heat by means of convection? A) the sun warming the earth B) the weather patterns outside C) you toasty-warm in some footy pajamas D) you accidenta
- A rock dropped on the moon will increase its speed from 0 m/s to 4.9 m/s in about 3 seconds. what value do you calculate for the magnitude of the acceleration of gravity on the moon
- If a ball is given an initial speed of 15 m/s on a horizontal, frictionless surface, how fast will the ball be rolling in 5 seconds?
- A policeman starts giving chase 60 seconds after a stolen carzooms by at 108 km>hr. At what minimum speed should hedrive if he has to catch up with the driver before he managesto get onto an expresswa
- A child traveling 5m/s on a sled passes her younger brother. If her average acceleration on the sledding hill is 2m/s square, how fast is she traveling when she passes her older brother 4s later?
- Rank the six combinations of electric charges on the basis of the electric force acting on q1. define forces pointing to the right as positive and forces pointing to the left as negative. rank positiv
- When two charge producers with different surface materials are rubbed together to create a charge imbalance, how will the electric charge on one of the producers compare to the electric charge on the
- ALWAYS use significant figure rules. Remember that these rules apply to all numbers that are measurements. A person walks along a road 2 miles and rests. Then taking another road, he travels 3.000 mil
- The public is not yet able to purchase hydrogen fuel cell powered cars because engineers have to determine how the cars perform
- A closed, rigid tank fitted with a paddle wheel contains 0.1 kg of air, initially at 300K, 0.1 MPa. The paddle wheel stirs the air for 20 minutes, with the power input varying with time according to W
- The length of each of the bonds between the atoms of a molecule of nitrogen (N2) is 0.142 nm. The mass of a nitrogen atom is 2.32 × 10−11 pg.Determine the moment of inertia of the molecule about an
- Light from a helium-neon laser (λ=633nm) passes through a circular aperture and is observed on a screen 4.90 m behind the aperture. the width of the central maximum is 2.40 cm . part a what is the di
- Over a certain region of space, the electric potential is v = 6x − 2x2y + 7yz2. (a) find the expressions for the x, y, z components of the electric field over this region. (use any variable or symbo
- Sam, whose mass is 71 kg , takes off across level snow on his jet-powered skis. the skis have a thrust of 190 n and a coefficient of kinetic friction on snow of 0.1. unfortunately, the skis run out of
- The compressor of an air conditioner draws an electric current of 15.7 a when it starts up. if the start-up time is 1.55 s long, then how much electric charge passes through the circuit during this pe
- The first artificial satellite to orbit the earth was sputnik i, launched october 4, 1957. the mass of sputnik i was 83.5 kg, and its distances from the center of the earth at apogee and perigee were
- Two charges, one of 2.50μc and the other of -3.50μc, are placed on the x-axis, one at the origin and the other at x = 0.600 m. find the position on the x-axis where the net force on a small charge +
- What is the average horizontal component of force exerted on his feet by the ground during acceleration?
- What is the net work done on the canister by the three forces during the first 4.00 m of displacement?
- What must the charge (sign and magnitude) of a 1.55 g particle be for it to remain balanced against gravity when placed in a downward-directed electric field of magnitude 700 n/c ?
- When excited, elemental sodium gives off a distinctive color that is used often in street lighting. what is the predominant wavelength associated with the emission of atomic sodium? (you may need to c
- You place the spring vertically with one end on the floor. you then drop a book of mass 1.50 kg onto it from a height of 0.600 m above the top of the spring. find the maximum distance the spring will
- A 1.0-mm-diameter, 30-cm-long copper wire carries a 2.0 A current. What is the potential difference between the ends of the wire?
- Which statement regarding the importance of human relations is false? A. People accomplish more in their work and personal lives when practicing good human relations. B. In general, people accomplish
- According to the work of the Curies, which action would increase the radioactivity of polonium? Dissolve the polonium in a solvent. Heat the polonium until it becomes a gas. Expose the polonium sample
- The heat of vaporization of water is 40.66 kj/mol. how much heat is absorbed when 3.48 g of water boils at atmospheric pressure?
- Two conductors having net charges of 15.7 µc and −15.7 µc have a potential difference of 14.8 v. determine the capacitance of the system. answer in units of f.
- Two protons are released from rest, one from location 1 and another from location 2. when these two protons reach location 3, the first proton has a speed that is 3.00 times the speed of the second pr
- What is the maximum kinetic energy k0 of the photoelectrons when light of wavelength 330 nm falls on the same surface?
- A wrecking ball has a mass of 650 kg. It swings from a cable that is 21 m long. The centripetal force on the ball is 56 N. What is the tangential speed of the wrecking ball? 1.3 m/s 1.8 m/s 46 m/s 870
- Peer pressure is when someone is pressured to do something by members of their social group. It can be a very powerful force that encourages someone to do something that he or she is not comfortable d
- I NEED LAB REPORT PLZ READ CAREFULLY AND ASK ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS.
- Fluorine has an atomic number 9. It is in period 2 of the periodic table. The diagram shows the electron dot diagram of a fluorine atom.
- In a Venn diagram, the separate circles contain characteristics unique to each item being compared, and the intersection contains characteristics that are common to both items being compared. Maggie i
- Find the amount of work done in emptying a cylindrical tank completely filled with kerosene. Assume that the radius of the cylindrical tank is 3 m, height is 6 m, and the density of kerosene is 817.15
- What quantity measures the number of complete cycles oscillation makes per second? a. Period b. Amplitude c. Frequency d. Force
- A Batter swings at a baseball. The action force is the bat hitting the ball with a force of 5N. What is the reaction force? A. the hitter swinging the bat B. the pitcher throwing the ball C. the ball
- The charges onto metallic balls are 5.0 and 7.0 call looms respectively they are kept 1.2 m apart what is the force of interaction between the two
- Covalent compounds exchange electrons in a chemical bond. have a low melting point. have weaker bonds than ionic compounds. are formed from one metal and one non metal.
- It does not rain very often in the desert when it does ring the Seas with the desert wildflowers such as those shown below immediately begin the plants bloom make new season complete their whole life
- (02.05 LC) Readers who purchase singer/actress Jennifer Hudson's I Got This: How I Changed My Ways and Lost What Weighed Me Down will most likely read about things that worked for Hudson, but might no
- How does distance between two objects affect their gravitational force? Force increases as distance increases. Force decreases as distance increases. Force decreases as distance decreases. Force i
- Match the serving size with the correct type of food. ANSWER OPTIONS: unlimited, cut in half, size of fingers, palm of hand PROBLEMS: 1. bagel: 2. chicken: 3 .raw carrots: 4. celery: 5. cotta
- A forest fire makes a loud roaring sound. The explosive processes that release energy from the Sun occur at a much higher temperature. Why don’t you hear a roaring sound from the sun?
- In Niels Bohr’s model of the atom, how are electrons configured? like popcorn in a popcorn popper like droplets in a cloud like planets orbiting the sun like raisins in plum pudding
- What is the gravitational force between a car and a truck that are 5m apart , cars mass is 1500kg while trucks is 3800kg? A- 228,000 B- 1.52× 10^-5N. C- 7.60×10^-5N. D- 9.89×10^-5
- Wo bar magnets are hung from metal rods and held in the position shown below. The magnets are released and swing freely. Which diagram best predicts their final position?
- Which of the following is an accuratestatement? A. Step-up voltage transformers have a lower number of turns in the primary than in the secondary winding. B. Step-down voltage transformers have a dif
- A rocket rises vertically, from rest, with an acceleration of 3.0 m/s2 until it runs out of fuel at an altitude of 1100 m. After this point, its acceleration is that of gravity, downward.
- Satelite communication is only possible using A) analog transmission. B) digital transmission. C) sound waves to transmit signal. D) cellular devices such as phones.
- Am unmanned spacecraft leaves for Venus which statements about the spacecrafts journey are true MORE THAN ONE ANSWERA the weight of the spacecraft keeps changing B the mass of the spacecraft keeps cha
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- Electricity from fusion nuclear energy A. is not possible. B. accounts for less than 15 percent of current world electricity production. C. has been achieved, but is not yet practical. D. has been in
- A 96 cm diameter loop is rotated in a uniform electric field until the position of maximum electric flux is found. the flux in this position is measured to be 4.71 × 105 n · m 2 /c. what is the elec
- A finch rides on the back of a galapagos tortoise, which walks at the stately pace of 0.060 m/s. after 1.5 minutes, the finch tires of the tortoise's slow pace, and takes flight in the same direction
- A hawk flies in a horizontal arc of radius 9.9 m at a constant speed of 4.8 m/s. find its centripetal acceleration.
- An electron is traveling through a uniform electric field. the field is constant and given by e⃗ =(2.00×10−11n/c)i^−(1.20×10−11n/c)j^. at t=0 , the electron is at the origin and traveling in
- A package is dropped from a helicopter moving upward at 1.5 m/s. if it takes 16.0 s before the package strikes the ground, how high above the ground was the package when it was released if air resista
- Approximately 80% of the energy used by the body must be dissipated thermally. the mechanisms available to eliminate this energy are radiation, evaporation of sweat, evaporation from the lungs, conduc
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- At a given instant the football player at a throws a football c with a velocity of 20 m / s in the direction shown. player b is 15 m away from a when a starts to throw the football.
- At the same moment from the top of a building 3.0 × 10 2 m tall, one rock is dropped and one is thrown downward with an initial velocity of 29 m/s. both of them experience negligible air resistance.
- Circuit a has a v = 5v. what v would correspond to 12 the work done by the electric force on a charge traveling in circuit a?
- Data from 50 large u.s. cities show the mean january temperature (degrees fahrenheit), altitude (feet above sea level), and latitude (degrees north of the equator) for 55 cities. here's the correlatio
- Determine the voltage of source v2 in order for a 50a current to be delivered to the 0.5 ohm load resistor.
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- If a pitcher throws a 89 mph fastball, how much time elapses from when the ball leaves the pitcher's hand until the ball reaches the batter?
- If the electric field strength in air exceeds 3.0 ✕ 106 n/c, the air becomes a conductor. using this fact, determine the maximum amount of charge that can be carried by a metal sphere 3.5 m in radiu
- In a local bar, a customer slides an empty beer mug down the counter for a refill. the height of the counter is 1.22 m. the mug slides off the counter and strikes the floor 1.40 m from the base of the
- In this problem, the fact that the length of the string does not change imposes a constraint on relative accelerations of the two blocks. find a relationship between the x component of the acceleratio
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- Starting from rest at the top, a child slides down the water slide at a swimming pool and enters the water at a final speed of 4.85 m/s. at what final speed would the child enter the water if the wate
- The acceleration of an object as a function of time is given by a(t) = (3.00 m/s2)t, where t is in seconds. if the object has a velocity 1.00 m/s at time t = 1.00 s, what is the displacement of the ob
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- The molecular mass of methyl ethanoate is 75.1 amu . calculate the molecular mass of propanoic acid, an isomer of methyl ethanoate. express your answer with the appropriate units.
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- The time t required for one complete oscillation of a mass m on a spring of force constant k is t=2πmk−−√ find the dimensions k must have for this equation to be dimen-sionally correct. the tim
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- Water drips from the nozzle of a shower onto the floor 208 cm below. the drops fall at regular (equal) intervals of time, the first drop striking the floor at the instant the fourth drop begins to fal
- What is the change in the electron's kinetic energy, in kiloelectron volts, if it is accelerated over a distance of 0.325 m?
- What is v(s) - v(p), the potentital difference between point p and point s, located at (x,y) = (22.75 cm, -16.5 cm)?
- What phase difference between two otherwise identical traveling waves, moving in the same direction along a stretched string, will result in the combined wave having an amplitude 1.75 times that of th
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- A car driving on the turnpike accelerates uniformly in the positive x direction from 90.0 ft/s (61.4 mph ) to 121 ft/s (82.5 mph ) in 3.60 s .
- A cat leaps to catch a bird. If the cat's jump was at 60.0° off the ground and its initial velocity was 2.74m/s what is the highest point of its trajectory?
- A charge of 1.5 × 1015 coulombs moves from point A to a lower potential at point B. The electric field is uniform at 2.5 × 10-5 newtons/coulomb and the distance along the field lines between the two
- If the mass of a material is 49 grams and the volume of the material is 10 cm^3, what would the density of the material be?
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- An iron wire has length 8 m and diameter 0.50 mm. The wire has resistance R. A second wire gas length 2 m and diameter 1mm. What is the resistance of the second wire
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- The man attempts to pull down the tree using the cable and small pulley arrangement shown. The tension in AB is 75 lb and γ = 34 ∘
- A box is on Venus. The box weighs 104 lb and is in free fall. How much force is the box exerting on Venus and in what direction?
- Consider two protons (charge +e), separated by a distance of 2.04 x 10-15 m. the electric force between these protons is equal in magnitude to the gravitational force on an object of what mass near th
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- A 15-g ball is shot from a spring gun whose spring has a force constant of 600N/m. The spring can be compressed 5 cm. How high can the ball be shot if the gun is aimed vertically? Use kinetic energy o
- A 15-g ball is shot from a spring gun whose spring has a force constant of 600N/m. The spring can be compressed 5 cm. How high can the ball be shot if the gun is aimed vertically? Use kinetic energy o
- A large atom decays and emits a particle. After the reaction is complete, the atom’s mass has changed substantially. What kind of particle has most likely been emitted? alpha particle beta particle
- Your father gained 30 n, which caused his chair to break. What was his new mass? How much force was acting on the chair? How much force was reacting
- If the number of troughs that pass a point in a given time increases, what has increased? A) wavelength B) frequency C) intensity D) amplitude
- A motorcycle has a constant acceleration of 3.08 m/s2. Both the velocity and acceleration of the motorcycle point in the same direction. How much time is required for the motorcycle to change its spee
- A hot-air balloon is rising upward with a constant speed of 2.13 m/s. When the balloon is 9.12 m above the ground, the balloonist accidentally drops a compass over the side of the balloon. How much ti
- An airplane starts from rest and accelerates down a runway uniformly at a rate of 4m/s^2 for 36.4s until it takes off. How far did it travel before lifting off the ground ?
- If the speed of sound in air is 340 m/s, what is. approximately the length of a shortest air column closed at one end that will respond to a tuning fork of frequency 195 hz? answer in units of cm.
- Now the table is tilted at an angle of Î¸ = 75Â° with respect to the vertical. find the magnitude of the new acceleration of block 1.
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- When a clock reads 4.0 seconds a cart's velocity in the positive x direction is 6.0 m/s. when the clock reads 7.0 seconds, the cart's velocity in the positive x direction is 7.0 m/s. what is the magni
- The simulation kept track of the variables and automatically recorded data on object displacement, velocity, and momentum. If the trials were run on a real track with real gliders, using stopwatches a
- A 65.0 kg firefighter climbs 12 flights of stairs that are each 4.0 m high. How much work is required
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- If the supplied force f = 150 n, determine the velocity of the 50-kg block a when it has risen 3 m, starting from rest.
- Suppose that 6 j of work is needed to stretch a spring from its natural length of 24 cm to a length of 36 cm. (a) how much work is needed to stretch the spring from 29 cm to 31 cm? (round your answer
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- What amount of heat is required to increase the temperature of 75.0 grams of gold from 150°C to 250°C? The specific heat of gold is 0.13 J/g°C.
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- What magnitude point charge creates a 10,000 N/C electric field at a distance of 0.250m? how large is the field at 10m?
- Tom pulls a muscle. He has to stop working to get an ice pack. Claudia continues to work and soon finishes her pile. Power is the rate of doing work. It’s calculated by dividing work by time (power
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- A hot air balloon of mass 80 kg has a passenger of mass 62 kg. The hot air balloon is at a height of 150m moving at a speed of 18m/s. The total mechanical energy of the balloon and its passenger is __
- Forces: What’s Going to Happen? Take a look at this box and the forces acting on it. box with forces acting on it Will the box move, and if so, how will it move? Answer the following questions. 1.
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- Suppose that a passenger intent on lunch during his first ride in a hot-air balloon accidently drops an apple over the side during the balloon’s liftoff. At the moment of the apple’s release, the
- An experiment is designed to compare the differences in learning outcomes between learning math from s video game and learning it from traditional classroom activities. the experiment finds no differe
- The wavelength and energy of a wave are inversely proportional. Based on this, which wave listed would have the LOWEST energy. A) wave with wavelength of 600 m B) wave with wavelength of 600 cm C) wav
- A car is traveling 80km/h is 130m behind a truck traveling at 75km/h. How long will it take the car to reach the truck?
- When a car is 2 0 0 meters from its starting position traveling at 30 . m/s., it starts braking and comes to a stop 350 meters from its starting position in 10 . s. Calculate the acceleration.
- A wire etched onto a computer chip carries a current of 0.000000044 A. In 1.8 milliseconds, how many electrons flow past a point on the wire?
- 241Pu decays either by electron decay or by alpha decay. (A given 241Pu nucleus may do either one; is random.) what are the isotopes created as products of these two modes of decay?
- A plastic rod 1.3 m long is rubbed all over with wool, and acquires a charge of -3e-08 coulombs. we choose the center of the rod to be the origin of our coordinate system, with the x-axis extending to
- Astronomers discover a planet orbiting around a star similar to our sun that is 32 light years away. how fast must a rocket ship go if the round trip is to take no longer than 64 years in time for the
- At what distance along the central axis of a uniformly charged plastic disk of radius r = 0.400 m is the magnitude of the electric field equal to 1/5 times the magnitude of the field at the center of
- Calculate the enthalpy change, Î´h, for the process in which 10.9 g of water is converted from liquid at 13.8 âˆ˜c to vapor at 25.0 âˆ˜c . for water, Î´hvap = 44.0 kj/mol at 25.0 âˆ˜c and
- Refrigerant r-22 is compressed adiabatically from a saturated vapor at 20 f to a final pressure of 200 psia. determine the minimum work requirement
- The ducts of an air heating system pass through an unheated area. as a result of heat losses, the temperature of the air in the duct drops by 3 c. if the mass flow rate of air is 90 kg/min, determine
- The mass on a spring is quadrupled. how will this affect the frequency at which the spring will oscillate?
- The specific heat of a certain type of cooking oil is 1.75 j/(gÂ·Â°c). how much heat energy is needed to raise the temperature of 2.94 kg of this oil from 23 Â°c to 191 Â°c?
- Two charges are located in the xâ€“y plane. if q1 = -3.50 nc and is located at x = 0.00 m, y = 0.800 m and the second charge has magnitude of q2 = 5.00 nc and is located at x = 1.50 m, y = 0.800
- What is the wavelength of an x-ray photon with energy 7.0 kev (7000 ev)? (1 ev = 1.60 Ã— 10âˆ’19 joule.)?
- Music played in front of the bandshell is clear and audible for a surprising distance in front of the bandshell. Why is this the case? Explain
- Measuring the temperature of very cold substances can be challenging. Here is one way to measure the temperature of liquid nitrogen. A 50-g flake of aluminum is submerged in liquid nitrogen and left i
- The sound strikes the cantina walls and bounces off at the same angle as it struck in a process known as _____.
- Terminal velocity is the velocity of _______ A. a falling object when it starts to break apart B. an accelerating object when it hits the ground C. an object falling in a vacuum (an environment wit
- Why is history open to ongoing and changing interpretations?Changing values limit interpretation.New evidence is not available.Primary sources are determined to be unreliable.Revisionists are overrule
- 500-g weight, a spring scale, dynamic cart, a digital timer, a pulley, a thermometer, and a graduated cylinder. Which set of equipment would best utilize Newton's Second Law to find the mass of the dy
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- The modern cars, air condition, cutting tools, drill machine, laptop and aeroplane made of what material ?
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- An oil fired steam generator is connected to a steam engine which produces 50kw of power when using oil of energy content 47mj/kg at a rate of 19.9kg/h.steam temperature is500c and cooling water tempe
- A 4-kg object falls vertically a distance of 5m. Its potential energy has changed by approximately how much?
- Metal plates of mass 0.1 kg are fired into an iron plate of large mass, m, and specific heat capacity, c, at a temperature of 15 degrees. 25% of the kinetic energy of the pellets is converted to therm
- A hose directs a horizontal jet of water, moving with a velocity of 20m/s, on to a vertical wall. The cross-sectional area of the jet is 5 x 10-4m2. If the density of water is 1000kgm-3, calculate the
- Explain what the two teams of astronomers found in the 1990s. What question did their discovery create?
- A 200 horsepower diesel engine’s BSFC is listed as; 0.5 lbs/hp-hour at full load (200 hp) 0.6 lbs/hp-hour at 75% load (150 hp) 0.7 lbs/hp-hour at 50% load (100 hp) 0.8 lbs/hp-hour at 25% load (5
- What will happen to plant height if the amount of available light is reduced due to global dimming? Which type of investigation would most likely be conducted to answer the following question?
- Based on the diagram of a ball rolling down hill, what statement is true? The ball in box C has less kinetic energy than the ball in box B. B) The ball in box A has more kinetic energy than the ball
- Mike and Joe take turns pitching a baseball, and Drew catches it. Mike can throw the ball harder than Joe can. Which of the following statements is true? A. The ball requires more force to stop when J
- Newton was outrwged when in 1684 German mathematician Wilhelm Leibniz published a calculus book find out why, describe how the issue is generally result today
- How close to −9 do we have to take x so that 1 (x + 9)6 > 1,000,000 is satisfied? (give the largest possible value.) |x − (−9)| < -9.1?
- Suppose that 2 j of work are needed to stretch a spring from its natural length of 30 cm to a length of 42 cm. how far (in cm) beyond its natural length will a force of 30 n keep this spring stretched
- When mass m is tied to the bottom of a long, thin wire suspended from the ceiling, the wire's second-harmonic frequency is 200 hz . adding an additional 1.9 kg to the hanging mass increases the second
- A pattern for 1 uniform uses 12 yards of material. Boleslaw wants to know how many yards are needed for 8 uniforms. Chantal wants to know how many yards she will need to make 15 uniforms. Drag an expr
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- A uniform rod XY of weight 10.0N is freely hinged to a wall at X. It is held horizontal by a force F acting from Y at an angle 30° to the horizontal, as shown. What is the value of F? A- 5.0 N B- 8.
- A driver brakes a 1420 kg car moving at 64.8 km/h [W] . The car slows down and comes to a stop after moving 729 m [W]. What is the force of friction acting on the car while it is slowing down?
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- A college student exerts 100N of force to lift his laundry basket the weighs 75N. at what rate is the basket accelerated upwards?
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- If each of the posts has an unloaded length of 1 m and a cross-sectional area of 650 mm2 , and the spring has a stiffness of k = 4 mn/m and an unstretched length of 1.02 m , determine the vertical dis
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- A 50-g flake of aluminum is submerged in liquid nitrogen and left immersed until it is in thermal equilibrium. The flake is then removed and placed in a well-insulated container with 493 ml of water a
- When you lift a bowling ball with a force of 87 n , the ball accelerates upward with an acceleration a. if you lift with a force of 98 n , the ball's acceleration is 2a?
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- Andy has two strong magnetic marbles of equal size. What will happen when he puts the two marbles about 2 centimeters apart?
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- A smooth hemispherical bowl of radius r is fixed with its rim uppermost and horizontal. A smooth uniform rod of length 2l (l>r) rest with one end inside the bowl and leaning on the rim. Find the lengt
- An igneous rock interacts with the different layers of Earth and is subjected to heat and pressure over a long period of time. However, it does not melt. What is most likely formed as a result of thes
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- Which statement is true? (2 points) Geothermal power plants use the renewable resource of heat from within the Earth to generate electricity. Hydroelectric energy uses the energy from the sun, which
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- Which best describes the physical and chemical digestion of food? Physical and chemical digestion occur in the mouth; only chemical digestion occurs in the small intestine. Physical and chemicall dige
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- Blocks of 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 kg are lined up on a frictionless table, as shown in (Figure 1), with a 12-N force applied to the leftmost block.:?What’s the magnitude of the force that the rightmost bl
- A Geiger counter is like an electroscope that discharges whenever ions formed by a radioactive particle produce a conducting path. A typical Geiger counter consists of a thin conducting wire of radius
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- A large jet flying overhead is low enough so that a man on the ground can hear its engines. The man sees the jet before he hears the engines because
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- Daniel observed and compared some stars at night and recorded his observations in a chart. Daniel later discovered that star X is farther away from Earth than the other stars he observed, and star Z i
- This chart shows the volumes of four different objects. If the objects all have the same mass, which object is the most dense?
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- A rocket in orbit just above the atmosphere is moving in uniform circular motion. The radius of the circle in which it moves is 6.381 × 106 m, and its centripetal acceleration is 9.8 m/s2 . What is t
- A point charge of 6.0 C is placed 5.0 mm from a rod that has an electric field of 2.4 x 10^3 N/C the electric potential energy of the point charge (rounded to two significant figures) is
- How much time does it take a power drill accelerating at 64.3 rad/s2 to achieve 1500. rotations per minute(RPM)?
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- The part of the flower responsible for producing pollen (sperm) is the _______. A. stigma B. anther C. style D. filament
- A ball is left at an angle of 25 degrees to the horizontal from a plane at a height of 10 m with a velocity of 12m/s at what distance will the ball land on the horizontal surface at zero height?
- A body of mass 5kg falls from height of 10m above the ground what kinetic energy of the body before it strike the ground
- If a moving car speeds up until it is going twice as fast,how much kinetic energy does it have compared with its initial kinetic energy?
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- The young's modulus of steel is 2.0 x 1011 n/m2 and the tensile strength is 8.0 x 108 n/m2 . the density of steel is 7.9 x 103 kg/m3 . (a) what is the maximum length of a steel cable that can hang ver
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- Derek’s organization uses an emerging technology that uses specialized software to place an image on an object, add dimensions to the image, and create an optical illusion of a moving object. Which
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- A golf course sprinkler system discharges water from a horizontal pipe at the rate of 7300 cm3/s. At one point in the pipe, where the radius is 4.84 cm, the water's absolute pressure is 2.8 105 Pa. A
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- A method that uses a mathematical equation and the half-life of decay to determine the exact date of a fossil is known as _______. a. relative dating c. absolute dating b. comparative dating d. half-l
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- Photosynthesis is a process in which plants prepare food using carbon dioxide, chlorophyll, and water in the presence of sunlight. During photosynthesis, energy is transformed into energy.
- The theory of plate tectonics describes this process as a gradual movement of the tectonic plates across the Earth’s lithosphere.
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