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KE=PE KE=mgh h=KE/mg =50/0.55•9.8 =9.28 m

Physics- Projectiles
h= vₒ²•sin²α/2g,

physics college
Forward force = T•cosα

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Units????

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m1•g=N+T m2•g=T m1•g=N+ m2•g N=(m1-m2)g

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PE=KE + W(fr) mgh =mv²/2 + F(fr)•s m•g•s•sinα =mv²/2 +μ•m•g•cosα•s Solve for μ

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m1 =4.3•10^-3 kg, m2 = 22.6•10^-3 kg, h =1.4 m, L= 3.1 m., v1 =? m1 •v1 = (m1+m2) •v, v= m1 •v1 /(m1 + m2) . h =g•t²/2 => t = sqrt(2•h/g) L= v•t = v• sqrt(2•h/g), v =L/sqrt(2•h/g), m1 •v1 /(m1 + m2) = L/sqrt(2...

Physics HELP!!
F(x) =F1(x)+F2(x)+F3(x) =0+19.9 +0 =19.9 N F(y) =F1(y)+F2(y)+F3(y) =11.1+0-14=-3 N F=sqrt{F(x)^2 + F(y)^2} a=F/m tan alpha=F(y)/F(x) unknown angle =appha +90 degrees

Physics HELP!!
(a) ma=F1-F2 F2=F1-ma (b)F2=F1 (c) -ma=F1-F2 F2=F1+ma

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You accidentally got the right answer. Correect solution is following: The Earth makes one revolution (2π) during 1 year => the angular displacement for 5 days is θ= 2π•5/365 = 0.086 rad. The angular velocity of the Earth is ω= θ/t = 0.086/5...

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If your question is: If a rod is moving at a velocity equal to 1/2 the speed of light parallel to its length, what will a stationary observer observe about its length? The answer is L=L₀•sqrt{1-(v/c)²}=0.866L₀ The length of the rod will decrease.

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F=ILBsinα sinα=1 B=F/IL = 2.2/2•1.5 =0.73 T

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Electrons are emitted with more velocity. ε(energy of photon) = Work function + KE ε(blue)>ε(green) => KE(blue) >KE(green) => v(blue) > v(green)

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The atomic number increases by one.

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The atomic number increases by one.

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Both the number of emission of electrons and the maximum velocity will increase

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(a) sin r = sini/n =sin 58°/1.6=0.53 r =32 ° α=180°-58°-32°=90° (b) δ= 58 -32 =26°

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Q(t)=Q₀•exp(-t/RC) E~Q² => E=E₀•exp(-2•t/RC) 100-80=20% 0.2•E₀=E₀•exp(-2•t/R•C) ln0.2 =- 2•t/R•C t= - ln0.2• R•C/2 =- (-1.6) •60•90•10⁻⁶/2 =0.0043 s.

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p1•V1=p2•V2 p2=p1•V1/V2

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T=1/f

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(a) sin r = sini/n =sin 58°/1.6=0.53 r =32 ° α=180°-58°-32°=90° (b) δ= 58 -32 =26°

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m1=1.7 kg, m2 =2.4 kg, L=1.29 m. PE=KE m1•g•L=m1•v²/2 v=sqrt(2•g•L) The velocities of the bodies after elastic collision are u1=(m1-m2)v/(m1+m2), u2=2m1v1/(m1+m2) “-“ means the motion in opposite direction

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v=sqrt(2gh)

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units???

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ω=sqrt(k/m) = sqrt(160/0.885) =13.45 rad/s x=A•sinωt v=A•ω•cosωt v(max) = A•ω A= v(max)/ω =0.38/13.45 =0.028 m a= - A•ω²•sinωt a(max)= A•ω²=0.028•13.45²=5.065 m/s²

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k=mg/x=0.625•9.8/0.16 =38.3 N/m T=2•π•sqrt(m/k) m= k•T²/4π²

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v(max) = A•ω ω = v(max)/A T=2π/ω k=mg/A

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y(max1) =mλL/d λ=y(max1)•d/m•L tanα=y(max1)/L λ=tanα•d/m=tan2.5°•20•10⁻⁶/1=0.873•10⁻⁶ m tanα=L •m/d=….

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Frequency is inversely proportional to wavelength. Wavelength is directly proportional to speed. λ=c/f

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f=c/λ=3•10⁸/10⁻⁸ =3Hz

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f=c/λ=3•10⁸/10⁸ =3Hz

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λ=c/f=3•10⁸/6•10¹⁴=

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ultra violet region

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ℰ(max) =NBAω =30•0.04•0.25•100 = 30

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L=L₀•sqrt{1-(v/c)²}=0.866L₀ The length of the rod will decrease.

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Jenifer is right 1/F = 1/0.2 – 1/0.125 – 1/0.4 +1/0.1429 = =5-8-2.5+7 = +1.5 F= + 0.667 m

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Lens 1- F'= +200mm=+0.2 m Lens 2- F'= -125mm = - 0.125 m Lens 3- F'= -400mm =- 0.4 m Lens 4- F'= +142.9mm= +0.1429 m 1/F = 1/0.2 – 1/0.125 – 1/0.4 +1/0.1429 = =5-8-2.5+7 = -3.5 F= - 0.286 m

Physics
C=Q/(T2-T1) c=Q/m(T2-T1)

physics to be conceptualize
In an isolated system where only conservative forces cause energy changes, the kinetic energy and potential energy of the system can change, but the mechanical energy of the system cannot change. The work done by a conservative force on a particle moving between two points mus...

Physics helppp
An isolated system is one in which objects inside the system are not influenced by any forces from outside the system.

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ΔU = U(x) - U(0) = ∫(6x - 12)dx Therefore, with U(0) = 23 J, we obtain by integrating U = 23 + 12x - 3x ² F = 0 when 6x - 12 = 0 Thus x = 2 m Substituting into U = 23 + 12x² - 3x , U = 35 J Using the quadratic equation find the negative and positive values...

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55 µm =55•10⁻⁶ m=0.000055 m=5.5 •10⁻⁷ m

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10.1 nm =0.0000000101=1.01•10⁻⁸ m= =1.01•10⁻ ⁵mm=1.01•10⁻ ²µm

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2. x = v t

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F=qvBsinα sinα=1 => F=qvB F(p)=e2vB F(e) =evB F(p)/F(e) =2 ...2:1

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m1+m2+m3 = 92.5 kg. m1= 0.31 kg m2+m3 =92.19 kg v=0.55 m/s v1= - 17 m/s v2=? (m1+m2+m3) •v= - m1•v1+(m2+m3) •v2 v2= {(m1+m2+m3) •v +m1•v1}/(m2+m3)=…

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3/sqrt2 = 2.1 A

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r(x)= 13.8•cos15.5◦ r(x)= 13.8•sin15.5◦

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Change of the horizontal component of the stone’s linear momentum is Δp(x) = m•v(0x) – (-mv(1x)} = m{v(ox)+v(1x)} = m{v(0) •cos15 +v1•cos12} For the boat Δp=p2-p1 = M•u – 0 = M•u. Thje law of conservation of linear momentum ...

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h=v²/2g

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m•g=k•x₁ k= m•g/x₁=0.116•9.8/0.035= 32.5 N/m When the spring rises 5.7 cm =0.057 m and the spring is compressed to x₂=0.022 m F= k•x₂ =ma a =k•x₂ /m=32.5•0.022/0.116 =6.16 m/s²

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The rope it attached to the man’s hands, and the chair he is in. So, there are two tensions pulling upward on the “child-chair” system. m=(287+223)/g=510/g, T=265 N 2T=mg +ma ma= (2T-mg)/m = =g (2•265- 510)/510= =9.8(530-510)/510= =0.38 m/s² N=...

physics help i still dont get it
sinα =2,5/sqrt{2.5²+(43/2)²} =0.116 m•g=2•T•sinα T=m•g/2•sinα =52/2•0.116 =225 N

physics help i still dont get it
sinα =2,5/sqrt{2.5²+(43/2)²} m•g=2•T•sinα T=m•g/2•sinα

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F(net)=sqrt(F1²+F2²) a=F(net)/m

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m=1500/9.8 kg F=ma =0.8•1500/9.8= …(N)

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(a) v₂= 2m₁v₁₀/(m₁+m₂) =2•5.9•27.6/(5.9+17.7)=13.8 cm/s (b) KE1(fin) –KE1(init) =m₁ •v₁₀²/2 –m₁•v₁²/2=0.5•m₁ (v₁₀² –v₁²)= =0.5&...

Physics
Number of turns in the primary coil is more than the number of turns in the secondary coil.

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m•g=k•x₁ k= m•g/x₁=0.116•9.8/0.035= 32.5 N/m When the spring rises 5.7 cm =0.057 m and the spring is compressed to x₂=0.022 m F= k•x₂ =ma a =k•x₂ /m=32.5•0.022/0.116 =6.16 m/s²

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I1=U/R1=6.3 =2 A

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The rope it attached to the man’s hands, and the chair he is in. So, there are two tensions pulling upward on the “child-chair” system. m=(287+223)/g=510/g, T=265 N 2Tmg ma ma= ( 2T-mg)/m = =g (2•265- 510)/510= =9.8(5...

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1/R(eq)=3/R R(eq)=R/3

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m1•v= (m1+m2) •u u = m1•v/ (m1+m2)

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(a) KE= KE(transl) +KE(rot) = m•v²/2+Iω²/2= = m•v²/2+ (2mR²)• v²/5•2•R²= = m•v²/2+ mv²/5 =0.7 mv² (b) KE=PE 0.7•m•v²=mgh h= 0.7•v²/g =…

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(a) L1 = M•v•R = Earth’s mass is M = 5.97•10^24 kg, R= 1.5•10^11 m (Earth-Sun) v=ω•R=2•π•n•R n=1 rev/year =1/365•24•3600 rev/s L1 = M•v•R = M•2πn•R²= …(kg•m²/s) (b) Ea...

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ma= mg - N N=mg -ma

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ma=-mg+N N=ma+mg

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v=v₀-at a= (v₀-v)/t s=v₀t -at²/2

physics
m•g=k•x₁ k= m•g/x₁=0.116•9.8/0.035= 32.5 N/m When the spring rises 5.7 cm =0.057 m and the spring is compressed to x₂=0.022 m F= k•x₂ =ma a =k•x₂ /m=32.5•0.022/0.116 =6.16 m/s²

Physics
ΔE=0.17 J, h=L(1-cosα) PE=KE+ΔE mgh=mv²/2 + ΔE mv² =2{mgL(1-cosα)- ΔE} T= mv²/L + mg = 2{mgL(1-cosα)- ΔE}/L +mg

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m•g=k•x₁ k= m•g/x₁=0.116•9.8/0.035= 32.5 N/m When the spring rises 5.7 cm =0.057 m and the spring is compressed to x₂=0.022 m F= k•x₂ =ma a =k•x₂ /m=32.5•0.022/0.116 =6.16 m/s²

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(a)ma=F-F(fr) F(fr)= F-ma (b) F(fr) =μmg μ=F(fr)/mg

Physics
m=F/a

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F(y) =Fsinα

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g(Moon) =g1=1.63N/kg. m=W1/g1=2000/1.63=1227 kg W(Earth)=W2=mg=1227•9.8=12025 N

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v=v₀+at v₀=0 v=at a=v/t s=at²/2

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ma=F(fr) =μmg a= μ•g v=v₀-at

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1. N1=(m(per) +m(cr))g 2. N2=m(per)g

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zero V/m

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Ñ=q/V= 3.3x10^-6 F

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(a) Torque1= W•L•sinα = 12000•2.5•sin32°=… (b) Torque2=T•L•cosα=54200•2.5•cos32°=…

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T1= 101◦F =311.48K T2= 70°F=294.26 K Since the emissivity is 1, the object is the black body => P=R•A= σ•T⁴•A ΔP= σ•T1⁴•A - σ•T2⁴•A = σ•A•( T1⁴ - T2⁴)= =5.67•1...

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n=33rpm=33/60 =0.55rev/sec ω =2πn=2π•0.55=3.45 rad/s The rod is rotating clockwise about ITS CENTER OF MASS. The center of mass is at r=4.63/2 =2.315 m from each end of the rod.Then M=Iε =(m1•r²+m2•r²)•ω/t = r²(m1+m2)...

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1. N1=(m(per) +m(cr))g 2. N2=m(per)g

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c. takes a short time to cool off.

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Work=P •m•t= P•m•s/v= =6.5•75•145000/13.5=5.23•10⁶J = = 1.25•10³ nutr.Cal. Now it's OK

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Work=P •m•t= P•m•s/v =6.5•75•145000/13.5=5.23•10⁶J =1.25 nutr.Cal.

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Work= •m•t= P•m•s/v =6.5•75•145000/13.5=5.23•10⁶J =1.25 nutr.Cal.

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Power is the rate of energy (here, kinetic energy) => P=W/t= mv²/2t = 114•18.2²/2•2.7 = 6993 W = =9.37 hp 1 hp = 745.66272 W

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m•v²/2=mgh=m•g•s•sinα v=sqrt(2• g•s•sinα)

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m•v1²/R1=T1 m•v2²/R2=T2=4•T1 v2²=4•v1²•R2/R1 W=KE2-KE1 = m•v1²/2 - m•v2²/2 = = m•v1²/2- m• 4•v1²•R2/2•R1 = = m•v1² { 1- (2•R2/R1)}/2= = 0.82•21²{1-(2...

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KE=PE KE= KE(transl) +KE(rot) = =m•v²/2+Iω²/2= = m•v²/2+ (2mR²)• v²/5•2•R²= = m•v²/2+ mv²/5 =0.7 mv² 0.7•m•v²=mgh v=sqrt(g•h/0.7)

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Guitar pickups are tiny coils with magnets inside them. The magnets magnetize the steel strings. When the strings vibrate, voltage is induced in the coils and boosted by an amplifier, and sound is produced by a speaker.

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2Tsinα=mg T=mg/2sinα

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t=s/{v(plane)-v(wind} !!! km/h -> m/s

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T=mgsinα

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F=2•F(fr)+mg =2•μ•N +mg N=(F+mg)/2• μ

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