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December 11, 2013

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Physics Need help plz
An 1900 kg car is traveling with a speed of (22 +- .22) m/s. With what maximum accuracy can its position be determined? delta x= in meters Can someone please help me out I am lost on this on...Thank you

math
In a problem on percentages there are three quantities that are involved. These are the base, the amount, and the rate percent. Express the relation between them in the form of an equation and explain with examples how to find each one of them given the other two quantities.

Physics
When the space shuttle (mass of the shuttle = 2 x10^6 kg) was at the outer limit of Earth's atmosphere (distance = 350 km above Earth's surface), astronauts measured the gravitational force from Earth to be equal to 1.7 x 10^7 newtons. Assuming that both Earth and the ...

Physics
Suppose when we look in one half of the sky, the CMBR appears to be at a temperature of 2.725K. What is the peak wavelength in that direction? Are we moving toward or away from the region of space?

Physics
Suppose when we look in one half of the sky, the CMBR appears to be at a temperature of 2.725K. What is the peak wavelength in that direction? Are we moving toward or away from the region of space?

Physics
Suppose when we look in one half of the sky, the CMBR appears to be at a temperature of 2.72K. What is the peak wavelength in that direction? Are we moving toward or away from the region of space? What is our velocity with respect to the CMBR?

Physics
Suppose when we look in one half of the sky, the CMBR appears to be at a temperature of 2.72K. What is the peak wavelength in that direction? Are we moving toward or away from the region of space? What is our velocity with respect to the CMBR?

Physics
Suppose when we look in one half of the sky, the CMBR appears to be at a temperature of 2.72K. What is the peak wavelength in that direction? Are we moving toward or away from the region of space? What is our velocity with respect to the CMBR?

Astronomy
Suppose when we look in one half of the sky, the CMBR appears to be at a temperature of 2.72K. What is the peak wavelength in that direction? Are we moving toward or away from the region of space? What is our velocity with respect to the CMBR?

Physics
Suppose when we look in one half of the sky, the CMBR appears to be at a temperature of 2.72K. What is the peak wavelength in that direction? Are we moving toward or away from the region of space? What is our velocity with respect to the CMBR?

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