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mgh=mv²/2 v²=2gh, a= v²/2s=2gh/2s F=ma

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W(P)=P•cosα•d=... W(fr)= - F(fr) •d= - μ•N•d = = - μ•( m•g•cosα+P•sinα) •d W(gr) = - m•g•h = - m•g•d•sin α = ...

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(a) m(A)a=T1 m(B)a=m(B)g-T1+T2 m(C)a=m(C)g-T2 a{m(A) + m(B)+m(C)} = T1+ m(B)g-T1+T2 + m(C)g-T2 =g{ m(B)+m(C)} a= g{ m(B)+m(C)}/{ m(A) + m(B)+m(C)} =9.8(40+30)/(24+40+30) =7.3 m/s² T1 =m(A)a=24•7.3=175.2 N T2 = m(C)(g-a) = 30•(9.8-7.3)= 75 N (b) s=at²/2 = 7....

W1=ΔKE=KE2-KE1=mv²/2- 0= mv²/2 W2 = ΔKE=KE3-KE2= =m(2v)²/2- mv²/2= 3mv²/2 =3W1

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E=kx²/2

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Q=λm E=mgh Q=E λm= mgh h=λ/g = 335000/9.8 = 34184 m

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4. d(x) =3-(-2)= 5, d(y) =2-(-2) =4 d=sqrt {d(x)²+d(y)²} = sqrt{25+16}= 6.4. 5. d(x) =1-(-3)= 4, d(y) =2-(-1) =3 d=sqrt {d(x)²+d(y)²} = sqrt{16+9}= 5

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a(τ)=0.52 m/s², R=500 m v=? s=? t=? ------ v=a(τ) •t centripetal (normal) acceleration is a(n)=v²/R =( a(τ) •t)²/R = a(τ), a(τ) ² •t²/R = a(τ), t=sqrt{R/a(τ)}=sqrt{500/0.52)= 31 s, s=a(τ) •t&#...

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A=πR² = π(2.85•10⁻²)² =8.12•10⁻⁴ m² G=1.16•10⁷N/m², F=10 N L=7.14•10⁻³ m Δx =? G=(F/A)/( Δx/L) = F•L/A•Δx . Δx= F•L/A•G=10•7.14•10⁻...

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ρ=m/V=m/L•W•H = =23•10⁻³/6•10⁻²•5•10⁻²• 0.883•10⁻²= =868.3 kg/m³

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m1=0.395 kg, h=1.5 m, m2= 0.65 kg, H=? m1•g•h=m1•v ²/2 v =sqrt(2•g•h)=sqrt(2•9.8•1.5)=5.4 m/s m1•v = m1•v1+m2•v2 For the case of elastic collision v2=2 •m1•v/(m1+m2)= =2•0.395•5.4/(0.395+0.65) =2.67 m/s...

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v₁₀=4.7 m/s, m₁=0.107 kg; v₂₀=6.8 m/s, m₂=0.214 kg v₁=? v₂=? ----------- v₁= {2m₂v₂₀ +(m₁-m₂)v₁₀}/(m₁+m₂) v₂={ 2m₁v₁₀ + (m₂-m₁)v̀...

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F=F(fr) 370=μ(s)•m•g μ(s)=370/mg, μ(k)=332/mg,

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L=vₒ²•sin2α/g, t= 2vₒ•sinα/g

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h=gt²/2

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ma=F1+F2 F2=ma-F1=2.8•2.5 -12 =-5 N (in -x-direction)

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m•v=F•Δt F= m•v/Δt

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14.mi/h/s=1.83m/s²

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v=a•t a=v/t If the power output of the car remains constant,a=const v(f) =v(i) +a•t1=> 3•v=v+v•t1/t 2•v=v•t1/t t1=2t (b) v2=a•9•t= v•9•t/t=9•v

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1.The units on both sides of the equals sign, expressed in SI base units, must be the same. 3.Ns (mv=Ft) 4.Ns 5.N/C

College Physics
F =G•m1•m2/R² the gravitational constant G =6.67•10^-11 N•m²/kg²,

Physics
F=mv/t

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0=m1•v1+m2•v2 v2= - m1•v1/v2= - 1.16•3.2/2.32 =1.6 m/s. KE1=0 KE2=m1•v1²/2 +m2•v2²/2 =... ΔKE=KE2-KE1=KE2

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a=F/m = 35.6/21.2=1.68 m/s²

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L=vₒ²•sin2α/g =19²sin2•45/9.8=36.8 m At the distance of 36.8 m from the first building the ball is at the level of starting point and has the velocity v(x)=v₀•cos45° =13.4 m/s The distance to the second building is 50-36.8 = 13.2 m...

The field in the center due to one point charge which has no opposite charge is E=kq/r² = 9•10⁹•5•10⁻⁹/0.03²=5•10⁴ V/m φ=7• kq/r = 7•9•10⁹•(-5•10⁻⁹)/0.03 =-1.05•10⁴ V

F=m2•a

m₁=58 kg, v₁₀=4.2 m/s, m₂= 0.45 kg, v₂₀= 26 m/s v₂={ 2m₁v₁₀ - (m₂-m₁)v₂₀}/(m₁+m₂) = ={ 2•58•4.2 - (0.45-58) •26}/(58+0.45)= =33.9 m/s. F=m•Δv/t = m•(v&...

Physics IB
When the balls are moving in opposite directions the magnitudes of their velocities are v₁= {-2m₂v₂₀ +(m₁-m₂)v₁₀}/(m₁+m₂) v₂={ 2m₁v₁₀ - (m₂-m₁)v₂₀}/(m₁+m₂)

Physics
m1=66.1 kg, v1=2.29 m/s m2=0.046 kg, v2= 31.7 m/s m3=60.5 kg, v3=0 u1=? u3=? The law of conservation of linear momentum (m1+m2) •v1 =m1•u1 +m2•v2 u1= [(m1+m2) •v1- m2•v2]/m1 = =[(66.1+0.046) •2.29 – 0.046•31.7]/66.1 = 2.269 m/s m2•v...

Physics
133 mi/h=59.5 m/s F=m•Δv/Δt=12.8•59.5/0.1=7616 N

Physics
The 1st ball: PE+KE₀=KE mgH+mv₀²/2 =mv1²/2 v1=sqrt(2gH+ v₀²) The 2nd ball: upwards motion KE1=PE1 mv₀²/2 =mgh h= v₀²/2g. downwards motion: PE2=KE2 mg(H+h) = mv2²/2 v2=sqrt{ 2g(H+h)}= = sqrt{ 2g(H+ v₀²/2g )}...

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R=1.2 m, ε=1.8 rad/s² (a) ω=ε•t => t= ω/ε, (b) 2πN= ε•t ²/2 N= ε•t ²/4π (c) v= ω•R (d) a(τ)= ε•R (e) a(n)=ω²•R (f) a=sqrt{ a(τ)²+a(n)²}

PHYSICS ASAP!
L=vₒ²•sin2α/g = 66.6 t= 2vₒ•sinα/g = 5.39 vₒ = t•g/2•sinα L=vₒ²•sin2α/g= t²•g²•2•sinα•cosα/g•4•sin²α= t²•g/2•tanα tan&...

Physics
a=F/m = 50/40 =1.25 m/s² Δ v=a •Δ t =2•4 = 8 m/s Δp= m •Δ v= 40•8 = km•m/s

L=vₒ²•sin2α/g = 66.6 t= 2vₒ•sinα/g = 5.39 vₒ = t•g/2•sinα L=vₒ²•sin2α/g= t²•g²•2•sinα•cosα/g•4•sin²α= t²•g/2•tanα tan&...

Physics URGENT!!!
x: m1•v1=(m1+m2) •v(x) y: m2•v2 =(m1+m2) •v(y) v(x)= m1•v1/(m1+m2) =75•6/(75+82)=2.87 m/s v(y) =m2•v2 /(m1+m2)= 82•5/(75+82)=2.66 m/s v=sqrt[v(x)²+v(y)²] =3.91 m/s φ =arctan {v(y)/v(x)} =42.8⁰ ∆K = Kf −Ki...

Physics URGENT!!!
x: m•v1=(m1+m2) •v(x), y: m•v2 =(m1+m2) •v(y), v(x)= m•v1/(m1+m2), v(y) =m•v2 /(m1+m2), v=sqrt[v(x)²+v(y)²], φ =arctan {v(y)/v(x)}. ∆K = Kf −Ki = =(m1•v²/2 +m2•v²/2) - (m1 +m2) •v²/2. mecha...

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L=vₒ²•sin2α/g = 66.6 t= 2vₒ•sinα/g = 5.39 vₒ = t•g/2•sinα L=vₒ²•sin2α/g= t²•g²•2•sinα•cosα/g•4•sin²α= t²•g/2•tanα tan&...

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mv²/2=kx²/2 k= mv²/x²= 200•25²/5² = … N/m

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φ is the angle between the force ‘F’ and the crank ‘r’ φ₁=180°-90°-65° =25° φ₂=180°-90°-30° =60° The work is dW= M•d φ=F•r•sinφ•dφ W=∫ F•r•sinφ...

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H=4 m, h=1.7 m, v=2 m/s H-h= g•t²/2 t=sqrt[2• (H-h)/g] = … s=v•t=...

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(M+m) •a=T•sinθ (M+m)g= T•cosθ a/g= T•sinθ/ T•cosθ=tanθ a=g• tanθ T=(M+m) •a/ sinθ=(M+m) • g• tanθ/ sinθ

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m1=1.2 kg, r1=0.2 m, - cylinder: J1=m1•r1²/2 m2 = 0.4 kg, r2=0.01 m – cylinder: J2=m2•r2²/2 m3=0.8 kg r3=0.15 m – hollow sphere: J3= 2m3•r3²/3 J=J1+J2+J3 = ...

Physics HELP!!
k =9•10^9 N•m²/C² r=0.037m F13=k•q1•q3/r², F23=k•q2•q3/r², Cosine law for forces: F=sqrt[F13²+F23²- 2•F13•23•cos120°]

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s=at²/2 a=2s/t²=2•12/25²=0.0384 m/s² v=at=0.0384•25=0.96 m/s PE=KE+W(fr) PE=m•g•h=m•g•s•sinα, KE=mv²/2, W(fr) =μ•m•g•cosα•s, m•g•s•sinα= mv²/2+ μ•m...

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Q1=Q2 c(i) •m(i) •ΔT(i) = c(w) •m(w) •ΔT(w) 444• m•18.6=4180•0.2•2 m=4180•0.2•2/444•18.6 =0.2 kg

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y: N=mg+F•sinα x: F•cosα=F(fr) =μ•N=μ•( mg+F•sinα) F=μ•m•g/(cosα-μ•sinα)

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m2=2•m1 m1•g•sinα =T m2•g•sinβ=T m1•g•sinα= m2•g•sinβ m1• sinα=2•m1• sinβ sinβ=sinα/2=sin45/2=0.354 β=arcsin0.354=20.7°

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The law of conservation of linear momentum for the inelastic collision x: m1•v1=(m1+m2) •v• cos30° y: m2•v2=(m1+m2) •v• sin30° v1=2•v• cos30° v2=2•v• sin30° (m1+m2) •a=F(fr) a= F(fr)/(m1+m2)=F(fr)/2m=10000/...

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k=2.75•10¹º A/m⁴ R=0.003 m i=∫JdA=∫k•r²•2•π•r•dr= k•π•R²/2 =3.5 A The rate of thermal energy generation is P=i•V=3.5•60=210 W. Assuming a steady rate, the thermal energy generated...

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v=gt t=v/g

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(a) PE=mgh=mgL KE = mv²/2 Law of conservation of energy PE =KE mgL= mv²/2 v=sqrt(2gL)=... (b) Law of conservation of linear momentum mv= (m+m1)u u= m•v/(m+m1)=... (c) Law of conservation of energy KE1=PE1 (m+m1) •u²/2 =(m+m1) •g•h1 h1=(m+m1) ...

Law of conservation of energy KE =PE (m1+m2) •u²/2 =kx²/2 u=sqrt{kx²/(m1+m2)}=..... Law of conservation og linear momentum m1v + 0= (m1+m2)u v=(m1+m2)u/m1 =....

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ma=F-F(fr) F(fr)=F+ma = 200 +60•2 =320 N

Physics
E=mv²/2 =50•25²/2=15625 J=3732 cal

Physics
E=mv²/2 =50•25²/2=15625 J=3732 cal

h1=(m+m1) •u²/2 • (m+m1) •g =u²/2 •g= =4²/2•9.8=0.82 m

(a) PE=mgh=mgL KE = mv²/2 Law of conservation of energy PE =KE mgL= mv²/2 v=sqrt(2gL0=sqrt(2•9.8•2.05)=6.34 m/s. (b) Law of conservation og linear momentum mv= (m+m1)u u= m•v/(m+m1)=80•6.34/(80+47)=4 m/s (c) Law of conservation of energy KE1=PE1 (...

Physics HELP!!
g=G•M/(R+h)², the gravitational constant G =6.67•10^-11 N•m²/kg², Earth’s mass is M = 5.972•10^24 kg, Earth’s radius is R = 6.37 •10^6 m. h=7220000 m

PHYSICS
A) E=P•24•3600 = ... B) E=mgh h=E/mg= P•24•3600/60 •9.8 = ....

Physics
T•cosα=m•g T=mg/cosα = =10500/cos10°= 10660 N

physics
You need the length of muddy stretch ‘s’ ma=F(fr) =μmg, => a= μg. a=(v² -v₀²)/2s μg=(v² -v₀²)/2s v= sqrt(2sμg+ v₀²)

Physics URGENT!!!
m=2 kg , m1=70+2=72 kg, m2= 50 kg v =9 m/s, Δh=4 m, h=20 m (a) m1•v =(m1+m)v1 v1= m1/(m1+m) (b) KE1+ΔPE=KE2 (m1+m)•v1²/2+(m1+m)•g•Δh=(m1+m)•v2²/2 v2=sqrt(v1²+2g•Δh) (c) (m1+m)•v2= (m1+m2+m) • v3 v3 = (m...

physics
Centripetal acceleration is a = ω ²•r where ω is the angular velocity (in radians per second), and r is the radius r=29 ft ω=sqrt(a/r)= …. (in rad/s) f(rev/s)= ω (rad/s)/2π

Physics
ΔKE =W(wave)+W(gravity) W(wave)= ΔKE- W(gravity)= m•v²/2 - m•v₀²/2 – m•g•Δh = =59(8²-1.3²)/2 - 59•9.8•2.8 =219 J.

Physics URGENT!!!
Let v(g) and v(p) be the velocity of the girl and the plank relative to the ice surface. Then v(g)-v(p) is the velocity of the girl relative to the plank, so that v(g)-v(p) = 1.4 From the law of conservation of linear momentum m(g)v(g) +m(p)v(p) =0 41.8v(g) +142v(p) = 0 v(g) =...

Physics URGENT!!!
x-axis is along the ball motion and nornal to the wall , y-axis is parallel to the wall v=v₀ =11.8 m/s , v(x)=v•sin60°=11.8•0.866=10.22 m/s linear momentum change is Δp Δp(y) = m•Δv(y) =m[v-v₀]= 0. Δp(x)=m•Δv(x) =m[v...

Physics
a=(v-v₀)/t F=ma

Physics
ΔKE=ΔPE m•v²/2 - m•v₀²/2= m•g•Δh= m•g•s•sinα s= (v² - v₀²)/2•g•sinα s=at²/2 = …… a=2s/t² v=v₀ +at = v₀ + 2•s•t/t² = v₀ + 2...

physics
λ= v/f air 20°C : v1 =343 m/s water : v2= 1500 m/s

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ΣFx=0 0= T1•sin α-T2•sin β 0= T1•sin α-T2•sin β ΣFy=0 m•g=T1•cos α+T2•cos β T2= T1•sin α/sin β m•g=T1•cos α+ T1•sin α•cos β /sin β = =T1•cos &...

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m1•a=m1•g•sinα –T m2•a=T-m2•g a =g(m1•sinα-m2)/(m1+m2) T= m2•a+m2•g= m2(a+g)

Physics
Displacement = (-20)•100 +30•200+90•100= =13000 m. Ave velocity = displacement/time taken = = 13000/400 =32.5 m/s.

physics
Since the applied force causes the box to move at a constant speed implies that there are no changes in KE => The work done by Fa = change in PE: W(a) = mgh= 2.55•9.8•0.18 = 4.5 J.

Physics
d)All of these statements are correct.

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m•g•h1=m•v²/2 v=sqrt(2•g•h1)=v(x) t=x/v =x/v(x) =x/ sqrt(2•g•h1) h2=g•t²/2=g• x²/ 2•2•g•h1=x/4•h1 => h1=x/4•h2=0.81/1.03 =0.79 m (a) H=h1+h2= 1.03+0.79=1.82 m. (b) v=v(x)=sqrt(2•g•...

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Units??????????

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1. Since 0 ≤ v < v0 , this is decelerated motion. (d) The motion has no turning points . 2. x=(t-2)2=2t-4 = 2•4 – 4 =4m (a) 4 m 3. v(girl)=s/t1 v(esc)=s/t2 t=s/(v1+v2) = t1•t2/(t1+t2) (c)

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ΔKE= W(fr) ΔKE= m•v²/2 W(fr) = μ•m•g•s m•v²/2=μ•m•g•s s= v²/2 μ•g

Physics
Assume that the blocks accelerate to the right with acceleration ‘a’ F1 is the force acting on the block 2 by block 1, and the same force (according to the 3 Newton's Law) acts on the block 1 by the block 2. (A) m1=m2=4.8 kg m1•a=-F1 m2•a=F1-F(fr). Addi...

Physics
Phillipe: t(Phil)= t1+t1 =s/(v+u) + s/(v-u)= 20/(2+1.5)+20/(2-1.5) = 5.7 +40 =45.7 s Renee: t(Ren)=2s/v=40/2=20 s t(Phil)- t(Ren=45.7-20=25.7 s

physics
h= (v²-v₀²)/2g solve for ‘v’

PHYSICS
T=mgsin(theta)

Physics
The ball is horizontal projectile thrown with velocity v(x). It takes part in two motions simultaneously: along the horizontal and vertical axis. The horizontal motion of the projectile is uniform motion x=v(x)•t. This is because the only force acting on the projectile is...

Physics
x=18.3 m; y=0.809 m. v(x) = ? x=v(x) •t , x²=v(x)² •t² , y=g•t²/2 , x²/y= 2•v(x)² •t²/g•t²=2•v(x)² /g v(x)=sqrt{ x²•g/2•y} =sqrt{18.3²•9.81/2•0.809}=12.95 m/s

physics 100
m1=60 kg, m2=0.8 kg, v=26m/s, s=1 m (a). a=v²/2s =26²/2•1=338 m/s² F=m1•a=60•338=20280 N (inhumanly large force... I believe that velocity has to be 2.6 m/s .... check your given data) (b)The law of conservation of linear momentum 0= m1•v1-m2...

physics 221
ΔKE+ΔPE=W(fr) m•v²/2+m•g•s•sinα = μ•m•g•s•cosα s=v²/2g(μ•cosα- sinα) = 1.72²/2•9.8(0.73•cos27.4 –sin27.4)=0.8 m

science
V(rock) = V(replaced water)

science
V(sand)-V(water) = 40-15 =25 cm^3

science
m=m1+m2

physics
F(fr) = k•N =k•m•g =0.95•1200•9.8 =11172 N, friction force = centripetal force to keep the car on road mv^2/R =1200•(16.2)^2/54.5 =5778.5 N Net force = 11172-5778.5 =5393.5N

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