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physics
A .400 kg bead slides on a curved wire, starting from rest at point A. If the wire in problem 61 is frictionless between points A and B (down 5m) and rough between B and C (up 2m), and if the bead starts from rest at A, (a) find the speed at B. (b) If the bead comes to rest at...
October 25, 2007 by Anonymous

physics
A 0.395-kg blue bead slides on a frictionless, curved wire, starting from rest at point in the figure below, where h = 1.50 m. At point , the blue bead collides elastically with a 0.650-kg green bead at rest. Find the maximum height the green bead rises as it moves up the wire.
October 18, 2012 by Alex

PHY 101
A 0.425-kg blue bead slides on a frictionless, curved wire, starting from rest at point where h = 1.50 m. At point , the blue bead collides elastically with a 0.675-kg green bead at rest. Find the maximum height the green bead rises as it moves up the wire. PLEASE HELP I HAVE...
October 6, 2012 by tom

General Physics
A 0.377 kg bead slides on a curved wire, starting from rest at point A(4.8 meters) as shown in the figure. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . A. If the wire is frictionless, find the speed of the bead at B(0 Meters). Answer in units of m/s B. Find the speed of the bead ...
July 26, 2013 by Charles

physics
a green bead of mass 70 g slides along a straight wire. The length of the wire from point "A" to point "B" is 0.700 m, and point "A" is 0.400 m higher than point "B". A constant friction force of magnitude 0.020 0 N acts on the bead. If the bead is released from rest at point...
March 15, 2012 by Hector

physics
a green bead of mass 70 g slides along a straight wire. The length of the wire from point "A" to point "B" is 0.700 m, and point "A" is 0.400 m higher than point "B". A constant friction force of magnitude 0.020 0 N acts on the bead. If the bead is released from rest at point...
March 15, 2012 by Hector

physics
As shown in the figure below, a green bead of mass 50 g slides along a straight wire. The length of the wire from point to point is 0.800 m, and point is 0.500 m higher than point . A constant friction force of magnitude 0.020 0 N acts on the bead. (a) If the bead is released ...
November 25, 2011 by shahla

Physics
A 0.500 kg bead slides on a straight frictionless wire with a velocity of 1.50 cm/s to the right. The bead collides elastically with a larger 0.750 kg bead initially at rest. After the collision, the smaller bead moves to the left with a velocity of 0.70 cm/s. Find the ...
January 7, 2015 by Wendell

DUMANGEZE
A 0.04KG BEAD SLIDES ON A CURVED STARTING FROM REST AT POINT A.THE EARTH FROM A AND B IS FRICTIONLESS ,WHILST THE PATH FROM B TO C IS ROUGH.IF THE BEAD ARRIVES AT POINT C WITH A SPEED OF 1M/S DERTIMINETHE AMOUNT OF WORKDONE BY THE FRICTIONAL FORCE IN PASSING FROM B TO C?
October 11, 2011 by THABAN

physics
A red bead releasd from rest at height H slides down a wire without sticking to a green bead initally at rest. The mass of the green bead is half that of the stuck together beads both continue to slide down the wire and then slide back up. With the starting height of the green...
December 6, 2011 by Margaret

Physics
A wire is frictionless between points A and B and rough between B and C. A is 5m above the ground, B is zero, and C is 2m above the ground. The 0.400kg bead starts from rest at A. If the bead comes to rest at C, find the loss in mechanical energy as it goes from B to C. I can'...
November 6, 2011 by Katie

General Physics
The 5 kg block in the figure slides down a frictionless curved ramp, starting from rest at a height of h = 3 m. The block then slides d = 12 m on a rough horizontal surface before coming to rest.What is the coefficient of friction between the block and the horizontal surface?
October 5, 2010 by Kevin

physics
The 2 kg block in Figure 7-25 slides down a frictionless curved ramp, starting from rest at a height of h = 3 m. The block then slides d = 12 m on a rough horizontal surface before coming to rest. Figure 7-25 (a) What is the speed of the block at the bottom of the ramp? (b) ...
January 30, 2011 by Sierra

Physics
Two current carrying wires cross at right angles as indicated in the figure. If the wires are not restrained, what statement best describes the motion of the wires? Hint: To help you visualize the situation, draw first the magnetic field that Wire 1 makes at the points shown ...
March 15, 2010 by mm.

physics
A circular steel wire 2.00 m is to stretch no more than 0.25 cm when a tensile force of 400 N is applied to each end of wire. What minimum diameter is required for the wire?
August 22, 2009 by colleen

physics
A uniform horizontal wire with a linear mass density of 0.48 g/m carries a 1.9 A current. It is placed in a constant magnetic field, with a strength of 3.5 10-3 T, that is horizontal and perpendicular to the wire. Neglect the magnetic field of the Earth. (a) As the wire moves ...
April 1, 2012 by bob

physics
a bead on a wire 30m high is released and reaches point A, where is loops twice towards the right. what is the velocity and acceleration at point A-D? point A is at 20m directly below from starting point. Point B is 10m at the bottom of the first loop. point C is in between ...
February 8, 2014 by christopher

Physics
The figure below shows two current carrying wires and the directions of the currents they carry. The wires carry the following currents: I1 = 7.1 A and I2 = 8.9 A. Wire 1 is at (0, 5.8) mm; wire 2 is at (15.1, 0) mm; point P is at (15.1, 5.8) mm. Wire 1 is pointing into the ...
April 10, 2012 by Jessica

Physics 2
The wire in the figure below carries a current of 13 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 26 A. Use Ampère's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.72 m from the wires ...
March 2, 2011 by Kellsey

Physics 2
The wire in the figure below carries a current of 13 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 26 A. Use Ampère's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.72 m from the wires ...
March 2, 2011 by Kellsey

Physics 2
The wire in the figure below carries a current of 12 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 30 A. Use Ampère's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.72 m from the wires ...
February 13, 2012 by Anne

physics
Consider two copper wires with the same cross-sectional area. Wire A is twice as long as wire B. How do the resistivities and resistances of the two wires compare? CHECK ALL THAT APPLY Wire A and wire B have the same resistance. Wire A has twice the resistivity of wire B. Wire...
February 7, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
A long straight horizontal segment of wire with 0.060 m traverses a west magnetic field with 2.0 T. If a south current with 4.0 A flows through the wire, which one of the following statements concerning the effect of the magnetic force on the wire is true. a) The wire will be ...
November 14, 2010 by Katie

physics
A stone is suspended from the free end of a wire that is wrapped around the outer rim of a pulley, as shown in the figure (see the figure ). The pulley is a uniform disk with mass 10.4 and radius 51.0 and turns on frictionless bearings. You measure that the stone travels a ...
May 13, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics
During a storm, a tree limb breaks off and comes to rest across a barbed wire fence at a point that is not in the middle between two fence posts. The limb exerts a downward force of 148 N on the wire. The left section of the wire makes an angle of 12° relative to the ...
October 30, 2012 by Don

Math
An electrician was hired to run the wires for a surround-sound stereo speaker system. She purchased 2 rolls of 14-gauge speaker wire. Each roll contains 4 m of wire. For each of 2 speakers, 2 ft. of wire are required. For each of the other 2 speakers, 11 ft. of wire are ...
October 1, 2014 by Whitney

Physics
A long horizontal wire carries a current of 48A . A second wire, made of 2.6mm diameter copper wire and parallel to the first, is kept in suspension magnetically 15cm below(Figure 1) . Determine the magnitude of the current in the lower wire.
April 8, 2013 by bud

physics
A long horizontal wire carries a current of 48A . A second wire, made of 2.6mm diameter copper wire and parallel to the first, is kept in suspension magnetically 15cm below(Figure 1) . Determine the magnitude of the current in the lower wire.
April 8, 2013 by bud

physics
Two spherical conducting wires A and B are connected to the same potential difference. Wire A is three times as long as wire B, with a radius double that of wire B and resistivity doubles that of wire B. What is the power delivered to wire A to the power delivered to wire B?
November 13, 2013 by Anton

physics
Starting with an initial speed v0, a mass m slides down a curved frictionless track (a shown in the figure below), arriving at the bottom with a speed v. From what vertical elevation h did it start?
August 23, 2012 by Aisling

Physics
A thin straight wire 20 cm in length carries a charge of one microcoulomb. Calculate the electric intensity and potential at a point P on the axis of the wire at a distance of 30 cm from the mid point of the wire.
September 16, 2014 by Atanu

physics
Two spherical conducting wires A and B are connected to the same potential difference. Wire A is three times as long as wire B, with a radius double that of wire B and resistivity doubles that of wire B. What is the ratio power delivered to wire A to the power delivered to ...
November 14, 2013 by Anonymous

Physics
A ball is attached to one end of a wire, the other end being fastened to the ceiling. The wire is held horizontal, and the ball is released from rest (see the drawing). It swings downward and strikes a block initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. Air ...
October 15, 2010 by Jordan

Physics
A ball is attached to one end of a wire, the other end being fastened to the ceiling. The wire is held horizontal, and the ball is released from rest (see the drawing). It swings downward and strikes a block initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. Air ...
March 23, 2011 by Jacob

physics
A ball is attached to one end of a wire, the other end being fastened to the ceiling. The wire is held horizontal, and the ball is released from rest (see the drawing). It swings downward and strikes a block initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. Air ...
November 4, 2011 by Meagan

physics
A ball is attached to one end of a wire, the other end being fastened to the ceiling. The wire is held horizontal, and the ball is released from rest (see the drawing). It swings downward and strikes a block initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. Air ...
October 23, 2012 by John

physics
A ball is attached to one end of a wire, the other end being fastened to the ceiling. The wire is held horizontal, and the ball is released from rest (see the drawing). It swings downward and strikes a block initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. Air ...
November 4, 2012 by jim

Physics
A ball is attached to one end of a wire, the other end being fastened to the ceiling. The wire is held horizontal, and the ball is released from rest (see the drawing). It swings downward and strikes a block initially at rest on a horizontal frictionless surface. Air ...
March 25, 2015 by Sia

physics
A 8.95 μC point charge is glued down on a horizontal frictionless table on the right. If is tied to a -6.35 μC point charge by a light nonconducting wire with length 2.5 cm on the left. The charges are placed in a external, uniform electric field with magnitude 1.65 ...
February 3, 2014 by Anonymous

physics
1. Two identical 15.0 kg balls, each 25.0 cm in diameter, are suspended by two 35.0 cm wires as shown in the figure. The entire apparatus is supported by a single 18.0 cm wire, and the surfaces of the balls are perfectly smooth. Find the tension in the left 35.0 cm wire. 2. ...
September 25, 2012 by Anonymous

Electricity help needed please
Two spherical conducting wires A and B are connected to the same potential difference. Wire A is three times as long as wire B, with a radius double that of wire B and resistivity doubles that of wire B. What is the power delivered to wire A to the power delivered to wire B? ...
November 15, 2013 by Abdu

physics
The magnetic field in a loudspeaker is 0.2 T. The wire consists of 308 turns wound on a 4.12 cm diameter cylindrical form. The resistance of the wire is 8.2 Ω. Find the force exerted on the wire when 15.8 V is placed across the wire. Answer in units of N
March 3, 2011 by Anonymous

physics
Two spherical conducting wires A and B are connected to the same potential difference. Wire A is three times as long as wire B, with a radius double that of wire B and resistivity doubles that of wire B. What is the ratio power delivered to wire A to the power delivered to ...
November 13, 2013 by Anonymous

Physics
During a storm, a tree limb breaks off and comes to rest across a barbed wire fence at a point that is not in the middle between two fence posts. The limb exerts a downward force of 283 N on the wire. The left section of the wire makes an angle of 11.8° relative to the ...
March 11, 2012 by Natasha

Physics
An infinite straight wire carrying a current I=5 A flowing to the right is placed above a rectangular loop of wire with width w=11 cm and length L=27 cm, as shown in the figure below. The distance from the infinite wire to the closest side of the rectangle is h=1.7 cm. The ...
June 14, 2013 by Annoyingmous

Physics
An infinite straight wire carrying a current I=5 A flowing to the right is placed above a rectangular loop of wire with width w=11 cm and length L=27 cm, as shown in the figure below. The distance from the infinite wire to the closest side of the rectangle is h=1.7 cm. The ...
June 15, 2013 by Annoyingmous

Physics
A long, straight wire has a uniform linear charge density of 7.50X10^-4 C/m. A point charge q=15.0 microcoulombs is located 4.50 cm away from the wire. Find the magnitude of the force exerted by the charge q on the wire.
January 31, 2012 by Angelo

Physics
A long, straight wire has a uniform linear charge density of 7.50X10^-4 C/m. A point charge q=15.0 microcoulombs is located 4.50 cm away from the wire. Find the magnitude of the force exerted by the charge q on the wire.
January 31, 2012 by Angelo

Physics
The drawing shows two crates that are connected by a steel (Young's modulus 2.0 x 1011 N/m2) wire that passes over a pulley. The unstretched length of the wire is 1.8 m, and its cross-sectional area is 1.4 x 10-5 m2. The pulley is frictionless and massless. When the crates are...
October 26, 2013 by Taylor

Physics - Verification
Two long straight parallel wires separated by a distance of 20 cm carry currents of 30 A and 40 A in opposite directions. What is the magnitude of the resulting magnetic field at a point that is 15 cm from the wire carrying the 30-A current and 25 cm from the other wire? So I ...
August 12, 2012 by Robert

physics
I'm not sure how to deal with this problem (we're just starting the unit)... I need to find the average voltage induced into a 100 turn coil by a vertical wire when the wire's current drops from 602A to 0A in 0.01 seconds. ...if the coil was drawn as a circle on paper, the ...
December 2, 2012 by Rachel

science
a sphere of mass 500.0g is released from point A 5m above the ground and slides down to point B 3.2m through point C 2m in frictionless wire track. (1)determine the particle's speed at points B and C. (2)determine the net work done by the force of graviy in moving the sphere ...
January 16, 2013 by trevor

PHysics
A thin, light wire is wrapped around the rim of a wheel, as shown in the following figure. The wheel rotates without friction about a stationary horizontal axis that passes through the center of the wheel. The wheel is a uniform disk with radius 0.400 m. An object of mass 4.50...
November 3, 2011 by omg

physics
A steel (Young's modulus 2.0 x 1011 N/m2) wire is strung between two supports attached to a ceiling. Initially, there is no tension in the wire when it is horizontal. A 88-N picture is then hung from the center of the wire, as the drawing illustrates, so the ends of the wire ...
April 14, 2012 by robert

Physics
A steel (Young's modulus 2.0 x 1011 N/m2) wire is strung between two supports attached to a ceiling. Initially, there is no tension in the wire when it is horizontal. A 98-N picture is then hung from the center of the wire, as the drawing illustrates, so the ends of the wire ...
November 23, 2013 by Samantha

Physics
A perforated bead of mass 37g moves on a frictionless horizontal circular track of radius R=0.65m. The track runs through the bead. When the bead is at rest in the horizontal position, it is tied to a spring at the centre of the track. The unstretched length of the spring is R...
October 20, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
A wire with circular cross-section of radius 1mm carries a current of The speed of the carriers inside the wire is What is the current density in the wire? the charge density in the wire and how long it takes for an Avogadro’s number of charges to emerge from the wire.
October 16, 2014 by JAY Z

Physics
A bead of mass m = 33.5 kg is released from point A which is located 5 m above the ground and slides on a frictionless track. Determine the bead's speed when it reaches point C which is located 2.0 m above the ground.
March 12, 2014 by Monica

Physics
Two current carrying wires cross at right angles (like a + sign). Wire 1 has current directed horizontally to the left. Wire 2 has current directed vertically up. If the wires are not restrained, what statement best describes the motion of the wires? A) Wire 1 moves out of the...
March 13, 2010 by Jane

physics
A 15 kg mass, tied to the end of a 0.5 m long steel wire, is whirled in a vertical circle. The cross- section of the wire is 0.02 cm2. When the mass is at the bottom of the circle, its angular velocity is 2 rev s i. Find the elongation of the wire at this point.
January 2, 2014 by badar

physics
A certain orthodontist uses a wire brace to align a patient's crooked tooth as in the figure below. The tension in the wire is adjusted to have a magnitude of 21.12 N. Find the magnitude of the net force exerted by the wire on the crooked tooth.
October 5, 2011 by sarah

Physics
A certain orthodontist uses a wire brace to align a patient's crooked tooth as in the figure below. The tension in the wire is adjusted to have a magnitude of 12.40 N. Find the magnitude of the net force exerted by the wire on the crooked tooth.
October 13, 2013 by Blue

Physics
A long, straight wire carrying a current of 317 A is placed in a uniform magnetic field that has a magnitude of 7.69 × 10-3 T. The wire is perpendicular to the field. Find a point in space where the net magnetic field is zero. Locate this point by specifying its perpendicular ...
February 25, 2013 by Anonymous

Physics - 2
A single bead can slide with negligible friction on a wire that is bent into a circular loop of radius 15.0 cm, as in Figure P6.68. The circle is always in a vertical plane and rotates steadily about its vertical diameter with (a) a period of 0.450 s. The position of the bead ...
October 6, 2011 by Whitney

trigonometry
A guy wire from the top of a telephone post touches the ground at a point 7 meters from the foot of the post. If the wire and the post make an angle of 56°40', find the length of the guy wire.
January 11, 2015 by maniru

Physics
An aluminum wire is hung between two towers and has a length of 175 m. A current of 125 A exists in the wire, and the potential difference between the ends of the wire is 0.300 V. The density of aluminum is 2700 kg/m3. Find the mass of the wire
October 24, 2011 by Mathe

Physics
A 3.0g bead has been threaded onto a vertical, frictionless, circular hoop with a 20cm radius. The bead is released from rest at 25º below the vertical. (a) Find the speed of the bead when it is 70° below the vertical. (b) Using the free-body diagram technique, find the normal...
July 30, 2014 by Randall

physics
A long, straight wire has a 12.1 A current flowing in the positive x-direction, as shown in the figure. Close to the wire is a square loop of copper wire that carries a 2.23 A current in the direction shown. The near side of the loop is d = 57.1 cm away from the wire. The ...
December 10, 2012 by Anonymous

physics
A bead of mass m = 40.5 kg is released from point A which is located 5 m above the ground and slides on the frictionless track as shown in the figure. Determine the beads speed when it reaches point C which is located 2.0 m above the ground.
April 12, 2013 by robert

physics
A bead of mass m = 42.5 kg is released from point A which is located 5 m above the ground and slides on the frictionless track as shown in the figure. Determine the beads speed when it reaches point C which is located 2.0 m above the ground.
March 10, 2014 by sunny

physics
50.0 kg stoplight hangs from wire over middle of an intersection. wire makes 15 degree angle with horizontal. find tension in each end of the wire
November 20, 2010 by vic

physics
a single bead can slide with negligible friction on a wire that is bent into circular loop of radius 15 cm an in the figure. the circle is always in a vertical plane and rotates steadily about its vertical diameter with a period of 0.450 s. the position of the bead is ...
September 28, 2013 by hosni

Chemistry
Aluminum wire is sold on 10 pound spools (100.00 lbs). The diameter of a 12 gauge aluminum wire sold on these spools is 0.0808 inches. If the density of the aluminum is 2.70 g/ cm3. Wat is the length ( in meters) of the wire on the 10 pound spool of 12 gauge aluminum wire? How...
January 6, 2011 by leia

Physics
A 45-m length of wire is stretched horizontally between two vertical posts. The wire carries a current of 67 A and experiences a magnetic force of 0.15 N. Find the magnitude of the earth's magnetic field at the location of the wire, assuming the field makes an angle of 51.5° ...
April 1, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
A 0.300 g wire is stretched between two points 90.0 cm apart. If the tension in the wire is 600 N, find the wire's first, second, and third harmonics.
February 28, 2011 by betty

physics
A copper wire has a circular cross section with a radius of 3.75 mm. If the wire carries a current of 4.00 A, find the drift speed of the electrons in the wire. (Assume the density of charge carriers (electrons) in a copper wire is n = 8.46 *10^28 electrons/m^3.) thanks
March 27, 2011 by Rachel

physics
A copper wire has a circular cross section with a radius of 3.75 mm. If the wire carries a current of 4.00 A, find the drift speed of the electrons in the wire. (Assume the density of charge carriers (electrons) in a copper wire is n = 8.46 *10^28 electrons/m^3.) thanks
March 27, 2011 by Rachel

Physics
A stainless-steel orthodontic wire is applied to a tooth, as in the figure below. The wire has an unstretched length of 3.42 cm and a radius of 0.14 mm. If the wire is stretched 0.13 mm, find the magnitude and direction of the force on the tooth. Disregard the width of the ...
March 26, 2013 by Sam

physics
Suppose that you wish to fabricate a uniform wire out of 0.900 g of copper. Assume the wire has a resistance R = 0.500 , and all of the copper is used. (a) What will be the length of the wire? (m) (b) What will be the diameter of the wire? (µm)
September 17, 2010 by lynette

Physics
Two cylindrical copper wires have the same mass and are at the same temperature. Wire A is twice as long as wire B. The resistance of wire A is related to that of wire B by : a) RA = RB/4 b) RA = RB/2 c) RA = RB d) RA = 2RB e) RA = 4RB
September 24, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
Two cylindrical copper wires have the same mass and are at the same temperature. Wire A is twice as long as wire B. The resistance of wire A is related to that of wire B by a) RA = RB/4 b) RA = RB/2 c) RA = RB d) RA = 2RB e) RA = 4RB
September 24, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
A block of mass 11.2 kg slides from rest down a frictionless 24.0° incline and is stopped by a strong spring with a spring constant 31.3 kN/m (note the unit). The block slides 8.90 m from the point of release to the point where it comes to rest against the spring. When the ...
October 25, 2014 by Serena

Physics
when a wire of length 5m & radius 0.5mm is stretched by a load of 49N the elongation produced in the wire is 0.1cm find the energy stored per unit volume of the wire?
May 31, 2013 by Sonal

physics
When a wire of length 5m and radius 0.5mm is stretched by a load of 49N,the elongation produced in wire is 0.1cm. Find the energh stored per unit volume of the wire.
June 2, 2013 by Pritam

PHYSICS
When a wire of lenght 5m & radius 0.5mm is stretched by a load of 49N,the elongation produced in the wire is 0.1cm. Find the energy stored per unit volume of the wire.
June 3, 2013 by Megha

Physics
A bird sits at rest in the middle of a wire. The wire slopes upward at 5* from the horizontal on either side of the bird. If the wire on both sides of the bird is experiencing a tension force of 106 N, then what is the mass of the bird?
January 31, 2015 by Madison

Physics
The wire in the drawing carries a current of 14 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 33 A. Use Ampere's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 1.0 m from the wires when ...
February 12, 2012 by Mareena

Physics
The wire in the drawing carries a current of 13 A. Suppose that a second long, straight wire is placed right next to this wire. The current in the second wire is 28 A. Use Ampere's law to find the magnitude of the magnetic field at a distance of r = 0.76 m from the wires when...
February 25, 2013 by Anonymous

physic
An 85.0-N backpack is hung from the middle of an aluminum wire, The degree of hung of the wire is 3 degree. The temperature of the wire then drops by 20.0 C¡ã. Find the tension in the wire at the lower temperature. Assume that the distance between the supports does not change.
March 31, 2010 by firous

Physics
A particular piano wire has middle C (261.7 Hz) for its second harmonic. The wire's length is 2.7m. What is the speed of the wave in the wire? If the wire has 270 lbs of tension what is its linear density? What is the wavelength of this tone emitted into the air? Suppose two ...
December 5, 2013 by Shelby

college physics
A 4m long copper wire has a diameter of 2mm and carries a current of 10A. Determine the ff: a. current density in the wire b. electric field c. potential difference between the ends of the wire d. resistance of the wire
February 25, 2013 by Zell

physics
A 5.9 m wire with a mass of 79 g is attached to the mast of a sailboat. If the wire is given a "thunk" at one end, it takes 0.087 s for the resulting wave to reach the other end. 1. What is the tension in the wire? 2. Calculate the tension for a 89-g wire. --- I don't know how...
December 2, 2012 by Brienne

physics
A tungsten wire has a radius of 0.077 mm and is heated from 20.0 to 1205 °C. The temperature coefficient of resistivity is α = 4.5 10-3 (C°)−1. When 110 V is applied across the ends of the hot wire, a current of 1.3 A is produced. How long is the wire? Neglect any ...
January 27, 2014 by Dee

physics
A bead on a fixed ring and a spring A ring fixed to a support at the top is hanging vertically. A bead of mass m slides through the ring and is connected to the support through a spring of stiffness k as shown in the figure-1. The length of the unstretched spring is almost ...
December 29, 2011 by arslan

Algebraic Polynomials
I don't know where to go about creating a polynomial equations for the following problem: A piece of wire 52 in. long is cut into two pieces, and then each piece is formed into a square. If the sum of the areas of the two squares is 97 in.^2, how long are the pieces of wire? ...
March 28, 2012 by Anonymous

Math
A telephone is anchored to the ground by a long cable called a guy wire, at a point 5 meters from the base of the pole, the wire makes an angle of 72.5 degrees with the horizontal. What is the length of the guy wire? HELP ASAP! I forgot how to compute for this (Pythagorean ...
October 15, 2012 by Sofia

Physics
A small block of mass m1 = 0.400 kg is released from rest at the top of a curved-shaped frictionless wedge of mass m2 = 3.00 kg, which sits on a frictionless horizontal surface as in Figure P9.60a. When the block leaves the wedge, its velocity is measured to be v1 = 5.00 m/s ...
October 26, 2010 by Velocity and Height

Chemisty
Wire is often sold in pounds spools according to the wire guage number. That number refers to the diameter of the wire. How many meters are in 3-Ib spool of 12 gauge aluminum wire? A 12-guage wire has a diameter of 0.0808 in. Aluminum has a density of 2.70 g/cm^3. (V=3.14r^2L)
January 19, 2012 by love

physics
A horizontal wire carries a large current. A second wire carrying a current in the same direction is suspended below it.Can the current in the upper wire hold the lower wire in suspension against gravity?
February 25, 2011 by Lia

physics
A horizontal wire carries a large current. A second wire carrying a current in the same direction is suspended below it.Can the current in the upper wire hold the lower wire in suspension against gravity?
February 25, 2011 by Lia

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