# Posts by NS

Total # Posts: 16

**Harvard Justice**

so whats the final answer?

**physics**

30

**Physics**

if i have a question with a picture then how can i post it?

**Physics**

60 cm^3 of gasoline are mixed with 55 cm^3 of water. What is the average density of the mixture? answers in meters i did (.6*680)+(.55*1000) then divided by 95...is this workable?

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A 10cm times 10cm times 10cm wood block with a density of 700kg/m^3 floats in water. What is the distance from the top of the block to the water if the water is fresh? And If it's seawater?

**Physics**

this piece of info was given by the prof.

**Physics**

I did .9(1030/1000) and i got .927...is this correct? i think it is

**Physics**

A cargo barge is loaded in a saltwater harbor for a trip up a freshwater river.If the rectangular barge is 3.00m by 20.0m and sits 0.900m deep in the harbor, how deep will it sit in the river?

**Physics**

Can you break it down further...if you can

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Water flowing through a 2.8 cm-diameter pipe can fill a 200 L bathtub in 5.8 min.What is the speed of the water in the pipe?

**Physics**

Thanks, It works...

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A 10cm times 10cm times 10cm block of steel (rho _steel= 7900kg/m^{3}) is suspended from a spring scale. The scale is in newtons. Part A:What is the scale reading if the block is in air? Part B:What is the scale reading after the block has been lowered into a beaker of oil (...

**Physics**

Thanks, I got 1100atm.

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The deepest point in the ocean is 11km below sea level, deeper than Mt. Everest is tall.What is the pressure in atmospheres at this depth?

**Physics**

A 10cm times 10cm times 10cm block of steel (rho _steel= 7900kg/m^{3}) is suspended from a spring scale. The scale is in newtons. Part A:What is the scale reading if the block is in air? Part B:What is the scale reading after the block has been lowered into a beaker of oil (...

**Physics**

Water flowing through a 2.8 cm-diameter pipe can fill a 200 L bathtub in 5.8 min.What is the speed of the water in the pipe?

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