Tuesday

November 25, 2014

November 25, 2014

Number of results: 90,135

**science**

Two toy ducks attached to each other by a string, are being pulled by a child. The front duck is m1= 5.0 kg and the back duck is m2= 2.0 kg. The happy guy pulls them with a force of 10 N and friction exists. The toys are moving with constant velocity. A) if the coefficient of ...
*October 22, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics HELP**

a 18.0kg sled being pulled across horizontal surface at constant velocity. pulling force has magnitude of 82.0N and is directed at angle of 30 degree above horizontal. determine coefficient of kinetic friction
*November 21, 2010 by hy*

**physics**

A 68.0 kg crate rests on a level floor at a shipping dock. The coefficients of static and kinetic friction are 0.700 and 0.450, respectively. (a) What horizontal pushing force is required to just start the crate moving?
*February 23, 2012 by dee*

**Physics**

A 27.0kg sled is being pulled across a horizontal surface at a constant velocity. The pulling force has a magnitude of 71.0N and is directed at an angle of 30.0deg above the horizontal. Determine the coefficient of kinetic friction.
*October 15, 2012 by Danielle*

**physics**

During the Olympic ice competition, Boris (m = 75 kg) glides at 1.8 m/s to a stationary Juliette (52 kg) and hangs on. How far will the pair slide after the collision if the coefficient of kinetic friction between the ice and their skates is .042?
*June 4, 2014 by grey*

**science(2 Qs)**

PLEASE ANSWER MY 2 QUESTIONS IN SCIENCE THANKS 3.when a negatively charged object moves in the opposite direction of an electric force field,the potential energy of the object. A.becomes zero(I PICK THIS) B.increases C.decreases D.stays the same 4.the two south pole ends of ...
*February 2, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Two gerbils run in place with a linear speed of 0.60m/s on an exercise wheel that is shaped like a hoop.Find the angular momentum of the system if each gerbil has a mass of 0.22kg and the exercise wheel has a radius of 8.5 cm and a mass of 5.0 g.
*December 1, 2010 by Anonymous*

**College Physics**

A block with mass m = 2.00kg is placed against a spring on a frictionless incline with angle (30 degrees). (The block is not attached to the spring.) The spring with spring constant k = 19.6 N/cm, is compressed 20.0 cm and then released. a.) What is the elastic potential ...
*October 31, 2010 by Scott*

**physics**

A system undergoes a two-step process. In the first step, the internal energy of the system increases by 368 J when 144 J of work is done on the system. In the second step, the internal energy of the system increases by 24 J when 248 J of work is done on the system. (a) For ...
*April 26, 2008 by Will*

**physics concepts (please check over my work)**

A uniform cyclinder made of lead has the same mass and the same length as a uniform solid cylinder made of wood. The rotatonal inertia of the lead cylinder compared to the wooden one is: I thought at first that the rotational inertia cannot be known or compared because we need...
*December 9, 2006 by tatiana*

**Technology**

is there anything i should add to my answer: 1. There are seven inputs common to all technological systems. List these inputs and give an example of each one. There are seven inputs common to all technological systems. These include people, materials, tools (machines), energy...
*October 24, 2009 by y912*

**Physics**

What is energy
*February 24, 2012 by Vivek*

**sciecne**

A space station has the form of a hoop of radius R = 15 m, with mass M = 6000 kg. Initially its center of mass is not moving, but it is spinning slowly with angular speed ù0 = 0.0018 radians/s.Then a small package of mass m = 5 kg is thrown by a spring-loaded gun toward a ...
*July 30, 2014 by sara*

**Physics**

A thin rod (uniform density & thickness) has mass M and length L. It is attached to the floor at a fixed location by a friction-less hinge. The rod start at rest, balanced vertically on its hinge end. ______________________________________ 1) While balanced vertically, the ...
*November 23, 2014 by Bobby*

**physics**

A thin rod (uniform density & thickness) has mass M and length L. It is attached to the floor at a fixed location by a friction-less hinge. The rod start at rest, balanced vertically on its hinge end. ______________________________________ 1) While balanced vertically, the ...
*November 24, 2014 by wes*

**Physics**

the question is to write down a relationship for the potential energy of a body of mass m, when it is a distance r from the center of mass M and radius R.explain all symbols used and show that if a body is to escape the gravitational influence of the planet, it must be ...
*December 16, 2008 by Anya*

**physics**

Nate is 165 cm tall, 40 cm wide, and weighs 710 N. He needs to walk ten blocks (1000 m) against a 50 km/h head-wind. Nate pushes on the ground with the minimum force that allows him to move slowly forward at a constant speed, and against the drag from the wind. How much energy...
*January 6, 2010 by hilary*

**Physics**

One gram of water changes from liquid to solid at a constant pressure of 1.00 atm and a constant temperature of 0°C. In the process, the volume changes from 0.60 cm3 to 1.14 cm3. Find the work done on the water? Find the change in the internal energy of the water?
*September 29, 2010 by Nate*

**physics essay question**

If you fire a bullet through a block of wood, it will slow down as it passes through the block and emerge at less than its initial speed. If you shine light on a pane of glass, it will slow down as it travels through the glass, but reemerge at light speed. Explain. That is ...
*June 11, 2007 by jess*

**algebra**

Wind farms are a source of renewable energy found around the world. The power P(in kilowatts) generated by a wind turbine varies directly as the cube of the wind speed v(in meters per second) If a turbine generates 500kW in a 10m/s wind, how much power does it generate in a ...
*November 14, 2012 by deidra*

**Physics(Please respond)**

A system does 210 J of work on its environment and gains 80.6 J of heat in the process. Find the change in the internal energy of (a) the system and (b) the environment. I am not sure how to start this.
*June 20, 2012 by Hannah*

**Physics(Please respond)**

A system does 210 J of work on its environment and gains 80.6 J of heat in the process. Find the change in the internal energy of (a) the system and (b) the environment. I am not sure how to start this. Thank you for the help.
*June 20, 2012 by Hannah*

**Physics**

A box slides down a 30.0 degree ramp with an acceleration of 1.20 m/s^s Determine the coefficent of kinetic friction between the box and the ramp How on earth do I do this with only this amount of information???
*February 3, 2009 by Physics*

**physics**

A block is pulled to the right across a alevel surface at a constant velocity of a horizontal force of 16 newtons. what is the coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the surface?
*May 24, 2012 by Jen*

**Physics**

A 23 kg child goes down a straight slide inclined 38 degrees above horizontal. The child is acted on by his weight, the normal force from the slide, and kinetic friction.
*March 3, 2013 by Leanna*

**physics**

A large, solid metal sphere is suspended from a the ceiling by a cable, and is free to rotate about the wire. If the mass of the sphere is 176 kg, its radius is 0.7 m, and it is initially rotating at 28 rpm (revolutions per minute), what work is required to increase its ...
*November 15, 2011 by john*

**Math**

Find the volume generated. The region is bounded by y = 4x-x^2 and y = 8x-2x^2, and is rotated about x = 2. State which method (washer, disk, cylindrical shell) is used
*January 27, 2013 by Em*

**psychology**

1) In 1905 Einstein interpreted the “photoelectric effect” of light, a phenomenon that cannot be explained by the wave theory of light. (2) When a photon strikes an electron, the resulting action is analogous to the collision of billiard balls. (3) The effect of such ...
*March 1, 2010 by Sara*

**com220**

1) In 1905 Einstein interpreted the “photoelectric effect” of light, a phenomenon that cannot be explained by the wave theory of light. (2) When a photon strikes an electron, the resulting action is analogous to the collision of billiard balls. (3) The effect of such ...
*March 1, 2010 by Sara*

**physics**

In 1986 a gargantuan iceberg broke away from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica. It was approximately a rectangle 160 km long, 45.0 km wide, and 250 m thick. (a) What is the mass of this iceberg, given that the density of ice is 917 kg/m3? (b) How much heat is required to melt ...
*July 20, 2013 by Eric*

**physics**

In 1986 a gargantuan iceberg broke away from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica. It was approximately a rectangle 160 km long, 45.0 km wide, and 250 m thick. (a) What is the mass of this iceberg, given that the density of ice is 917 kg/m3? (b) How much heat is required to melt ...
*July 21, 2013 by Eric*

**PE Modified**

What is energy that is immediately required for short periods of time by using stored glycogen as a source of fuel? I've looked all through the packet [which serves as my book] and still cannot find a single thing about any part of this question...
*September 23, 2007 by anonymous*

**Please Help Me**

Use the equation for the synthesis of hydrogen to answer the following. C (s) + H2O (l) -> CO (g) + H2 (g) deltaH = + 31.3 kcal/mol carbon deltaS = +32 cal/(mol•K) Calculate the energy change (deltaH) when 5.00 g of carbon is consumed. Calculate the energy change (deltaH) ...
*February 19, 2013 by John*

**math**

Multiple choice question. Describe all symmetries of a square. A) 2 lines of reflectional symmetry B) 2 lines of reflectional symmetry, 180 degree rotational symmetry C) 4 lines of reflectional symmetry D) 4 lines of reflectional symmetry, 90 degree rotational symmetry I ...
*January 6, 2011 by m*

**physics**

You have a parallel plate capacitor (with air between its plates) which is attached to a voltage source until the capacitor is fully charged. (a)After detaching the capcitor from the voltage source, you move the capacitor's plates farther apart; which of the following will ...
*March 20, 2012 by Rebecca*

**Physics**

A 1200-N crate is being pushed across a level floor at a constant speed by a force of 260 N at an angle of 20.0° below the horizontal. (a) What is the coefficient of kinetic friction between the crate and the floor? (b) If the 260 N force is instead pulling the block at an ...
*September 18, 2011 by Elaine Jetton*

**physics**

no matter how many different ways i try to solve this, i cannot end up with the answer my textbook is providing me with 38m, 17m/s... A car travelling at 40km/h accelerates at 2.3m/s^2 for 2.7s. How far has it travelled in that time? What is its final velocity? I am supposed ...
*February 27, 2009 by alexia*

**ALGEBRA**

In 1920, the record for a certain race was 46.6 sec. In 1990, it was 45.9 sec. Let R(t)=therecord in the race and t=the number of years since 1920. a)find a linear function that fits the data. b) Use the function in (a) to predict the record in 2003 and in 2006. c) Find the ...
*November 7, 2008 by PJ*

**PLEASE HELP PHYSICS!**

Two toy ducks attached to each other by a string, are being pulled by a child. The front duck is m1= 5.0 kg and the back duck is m2= 2.0 kg. The happy guy pulls them with a force of 10 N and friction exists. The toys are moving with constant velocity. A) if the coefficient of ...
*October 22, 2014 by Wendy*

**physics**

One side of the roof of a building slopes up at 30.5°. A roofer kicks a round, flat rock that has been thrown onto the roof by a neighborhood child. The rock slides straight up the incline with an initial speed of 15.0 m/s. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the rock ...
*September 16, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

One side of the roof of a building slopes up at 30.5°. A roofer kicks a round, flat rock that has been thrown onto the roof by a neighborhood child. The rock slides straight up the incline with an initial speed of 15.0 m/s. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the rock ...
*September 16, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

One side of the roof of a building slopes up at 30.5°. A roofer kicks a round, flat rock that has been thrown onto the roof by a neighborhood child. The rock slides straight up the incline with an initial speed of 15.0 m/s. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the rock ...
*September 16, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Marine Science**

I've searched and read so many things but i have yet to find the answer that my teacher is looking for. What percentage of energy is transferred from a producer to a: (A) secondary consumer, (B) tertiary consumer, (C) quaternary consumer?
*March 8, 2010 by Christin*

**alegbra**

If v1,...,v4 are in R^4 and v3 is not a linear combination of v1, v2, v4 then {v1, v2, v3, v4] is linearly independent. Is this true or false? Why? If v1,...,v4 are in R^4 and v3 is not a linear combination of v1, v2, v4 then {v1, v2, v3, v4] is linearly independent. This is ...
*May 20, 2007 by Ashley*

**physics**

A box of unknown mass is placed at rest at the top of a 3m long ramp that is inclined at 30 degrees, and it slides to the bottom in 2s. What is the acceleration of the box, what is the coeff of kinetic friction between the box and the plank?
*May 2, 2011 by Anonymous*

**chemistry**

The complete combustion of salicylic acid releases 21.90 kJ of energy per gram of salicylic acid. In a particular bomb calorimeter (initially at room temperature), the combustion of 0.1182 g of salicylic acid, in the presence of excess oxygen, causes the temperature of the ...
*September 27, 2014 by korko*

**physics**

A skier with a mass of 70 kg starts from rest and skis down an icy (frictionless) slope that has a length of 52 m at an angle of 32° with respect to the horizontal. At the bottom of the slope, the path levels out and becomes horizontal, the snow becomes less icy, and the skier...
*March 3, 2010 by Larry*

**College Physics**

A thin rod (uniform density & thickness) has mass M and length L. It is attached to the floor at a fixed location by a friction-less hinge. The rod start at rest, balanced vertically on its hinge end. ______________________________________ 1) While balanced vertically, the ...
*November 23, 2014 by Bobby*

**Help! Help! Organic Chemistry**

Alcohol Dehydration of 4-methyl-2-pentanol (a)based on the mechanism of the reaction, explain why (E) and (Z) 4-methyl-2-pentenes and the 2-methyl-2-pentene are the three major alkene products. (b)Explain why the reaction conditions promote carbocation rearrangements between ...
*February 14, 2007 by Mae*

**physics**

1.The potiential energy of a particle varies with distance x from a fixed origin as v=A√x/x+B where A and B are constants.Find the dimensions of AB. 2.The refractive index of a material is given by the equation ʯ=A+B/ʎsquare where A and B are constants,ʎ ...
*July 30, 2012 by help me out it's urgent*

**physics**

A diver can change his rotational inertia by drawing his arms and legs close to his body in the tuck position. After he leaves the diving board (with some unknown angular velocity), he pulls himself into a ball as closely as possible and makes 2.16 complete rotations in 1.31 s...
*December 4, 2007 by stephanie*

**CHEM 1LB**

Complete the table below: The hydrogen emission spectrum has four series (or sets) of lines named Balmer, Brackett, Paschen, and Lyman. Indicate the energy (infrared, ultraviolet, or visible), the nf value for each series, and all possible ni values up to 7. ( Separate the ...
*January 17, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

An object(A) of mass 0.2kg strikes a second object (B) of mass 0.35kg that is initially at rest. Mass A has an initial velocity of +3m/s. A) Assume that the collision is entirely inelastic. calculate the final state for these objects. calculate the total energy for this system...
*July 19, 2011 by issak*

**Chemistry**

Use the equation for the synthesis of hydrogen to answer the following. 10 points. C (s) + H2O (l) -> CO (g) + H2 (g) deltaH = + 31.3 kcal/mol carbon deltaS = +32 cal/(mol•K) Calculate the energy change (deltaH) when 5.00 g of carbon is consumed. Calculate the energy change...
*February 19, 2013 by John*

**physics**

There is a 2kg block resting on a table with a 5kg block attached to the right hanging off the edge of the table and a 4 kg block attached to the left also hanging off the table find the acceleration of the 5 kg block if coefficient of static equals the coefficient of kinetic ...
*October 10, 2013 by joe*

**Physics**

A flywheel with a diameter of 2.45 m is rotating at an angular speed of 74.1 rev/min. (a) What is the angular speed of the flywheel in radians per second? (b) What is the linear speed of a point on the rim of the flywheel? (c) What constant angular acceleration (in revolutions...
*November 9, 2011 by kyle*

**Physics Grade 11**

I need Help answering this question what equations do i use from Newton's Law and how to solve it. I Have a test on Wednesday and im lost please help.!!! A piano is to be slid across the floor.IT had a mass of 450 kg. A) Calculate the normal force supporting the piano. B)If ...
*November 8, 2010 by Hena*

**physics**

A baseball of mass 250g, pitched with a speed of 40m/s, is caught by a catcher, whose glove moves backward 0.25m while stopping the ball. a)what is the kenetic energy of the ball? b)how much work did the catcher's glove do on the ball? c) what was the average stopping force on...
*December 3, 2009 by Alemu*

**physics**

calculate the amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of a 5kg block of solid platinum from 0 degrees celsius to 25 degrees celsius. the specific heat of platinum is 133j/kg k. how much heat energy is required to raise 5kg of water by the same amount? the ...
*January 8, 2011 by charlie*

**Health**

Can you help me with this question? The determinant of total energy requirement that may most appropriately be manipulated in a weight loss program is: 1. basal matabolic rate 2. physical activity 3. dietary thermogenesis 4. body temperature Would the correct answer be #2 or #...
*April 19, 2007 by Lana*

**Physics**

A point (labelled P in the figure) is attached to the rim of a disk of radius 0.2 m, which can turn around an axis through its center. It is rotating counterclockwise with a speed of 2.5 m/s. Can someone please step me through the problem step by step?
*September 19, 2010 by Kayla*

**chemistry**

A proposed mechanism for a reaction is: (i) A + B2 = AB2 Ea1 = 12 kJ/mol ƒ´H1 = 3 kJ/mol (ii) AB2 + C2 = ABC + BC Ea2 = 30 kJ/mol ƒ´H2 = 5.2 kJ/mol (iii) ABC + B2 = AB2 + BC Ea3 = 10 kJ/mol ƒ´H3 = -7.8 kJ/mol a) Which is the rate determining step? Explain why. (ii) It requires...
*September 20, 2014 by Sarah*

**Physics**

In a city with an air-pollution problem, a bus has no combustion engine. It runs on energy drawn from a large, rapidly rotating flywheel under the floor of the bus. The flywheel is spun up to its maximum rotation rate of 5150 rev/min by an electric motor at the bus terminal. ...
*March 13, 2011 by Brent*

**To: Bobpursely**

You helped me with my observations yesterday, but I need help with my questions as well. I tried to answer as many as I could by myself, but I'm having difficulties understanding some. Pointing me towards the right direction would be helpful, thanks. Questions: Which changes ...
*April 7, 2010 by Sara*

**pulley and rotation**

Two masses, mA = 35.0 kg and mB = 42.0 kg, are connected by a rope that hangs over a pulley (as in the figure). The pulley is a uniform cylinder of radius 0.50 m and mass 4.8 kg. Initially mA is on the ground and mB rests 2.5 m above the ground. If the system is released, use ...
*March 11, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Consider a disk of radius 2.6 cm with a uniformly distributed charge of +3.6 µC. Compute the magnitude of the electric ﬁeld at a point on the axis and 3.3 mm from the center. The value of the Coulomb constant is 8.98755 × 10^9 Nm2/C2. Answer in units of N/C Compute the...
*September 1, 2011 by Monica*

**physics**

A 20kg sled is being pulled across a horizontal surface at a constant velocity. The pulling force has a magnitude of 80N and is directed at a angle of 30.0degrees above the horizontal. Determine the coefficient of kinetic friction.
*February 13, 2012 by Natasha*

**Science**

A car is traveling down a hill that makes an angle of 14° with the horizontal. The driver applies her brakes, and the wheels lock so that the car begins to skid. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the tires and the road is μK = 0.55.
*October 14, 2012 by Anonymous*

**math**

The wave heights h in the open sea depend on the speed v of the wind and the length of time t that the wind has been blowing at that speed. Values of the function h = f(v, t) are recorded in feet in the following table. the values that you need on the table are.. 20hr/30 knots...
*September 23, 2014 by sara*

**College physics**

Consider the two situations. In the first a machine must pull a box up a rough slope at constant speed. The mass of the box is 800 kg, the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.2, and the slope is inclined at 15 degrees to the horizontal. In the second situation the machine ...
*March 27, 2012 by Cody*

**Physics**

Modern bowling alleys have automatic ball returns. The ball is lifted to a height of 2.50 at the end of the alley and, starting from rest, rolls down a ramp. It continues to roll horizontally and eventually rolls up a ramp at the other end that is 0.700 off the ground. ...
*July 7, 2012 by Sherry*

**physics**

A 100-N child is in a swing that is attached to ropes 1.90 m long. Find the gravitational potential energy (b) when the ropes make a 35.0° angle with the vertical c) when the child is at the bottom of the circular arc
*October 4, 2010 by Joe*

**AP Chemistry**

What is meant by minimum and maximum energy problems. Are there different equations to find them. What does this conceptually mean? * This is dealing with quantum chemistry such as plancks equation, and debroglie equation.
*November 18, 2010 by qwerty123*

**physics**

I am studying for a physics exam and this is the pretest. There are some that I don't understand. If someone could help me get to the answer (show all the work so I can look it all over) that would be AMAZING! Thank you very much! 2. A roller coaster, loaded with passengers, ...
*October 21, 2012 by Karrine*

**science**

A 75-kg person on skis is going down a hill sloped at 30.0°. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the skis and the snow is 0.15. How fast is the skier going 10.0 s after starting from rest?
*December 5, 2010 by Bob*

**physics**

A still block slides over a still surface,if the mass of the pot is 2.00kg what is the force of friction opposing the motion?coefficient of kinetic friction is taken as 0.42.Gravity is 9.8
*November 24, 2011 by mary*

**kinetic theory**

Air is filled at 60deg C in a vessel of open mouth. Upto what temperature should the vessel be heated so that one-fourth of the air may escape? Ans 171degC
*April 29, 2012 by ridhi*

**physics**

A 50kg girl sits at the top of a slide 6m long tilted at an angle of 30 degrees. if it takes her 3.3s to slide to the bottom and the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.45, how fast will she be going at the bottom?
*April 10, 2014 by Al*

**math help!!!**

stuck!! pls help/explain!!! 2. Do the values in the table represent a linear function? If so, what is the function rule? (1 point) x = -2, 0, 2, 4 y = -4, 0, 4, 8 The values do not show a linear function. Yes, they show a linear function; y = x + 4. Yes, they show a linear ...
*May 7, 2014 by TTR+S<3*

**Linear Algebra**

Consider the linear transformation T: R^3->R^3 which acts by rotation around the y-axis by an angle of pi, followed by a shear in the x-direction by a factor of 2. a) Find the matrix for T. Explain your method. b) What is T(1,2,3) c) Without calculation, explain whether the...
*March 5, 2014 by Brody*

**physics**

An object with mass 3.0 kg is attached to a spring with spring stiffness constant k = 300 N/m and is executing simple harmonic motion. When the object is 0.020 m from its equilibrium position, it is moving with a speed of 0.55 m/s. (a) Calculate the amplitude of the motion. m...
*March 7, 2012 by Nicole*

**Physics (Energy and Momentum)**

A block of mass m1 = 1.00 kg slides along a frictionless table with a speed of 16.0 m/s. Directly in front of it, and moving in the same direction, is a block of mass m2 = 6.00 kg moving at 8.00 m/s. A massless spring with a spring constant k = 1320 N/m is attached to the ...
*April 17, 2012 by Andrew*

**Physics**

An object of mass m=80 kg moves in one dimension subject to the potential energy U(x)=λ4(x2−a2)2+b2x2.(1) Here we use λ= 6 kg/(m2s2), a= 4 m, and b= 36 kg/s2. ------ then , (b) Find a stable equilibrium point x0 such that x0 is positive. (in meters) x0= ...
*November 4, 2013 by Shashanoid*

**Statistics**

General Linear Model How does the general linear model assign optimal ‘weights” that predict variables that allow us to maximize prediction accuracy? How are discriminant functions the optimal weighted linear composites for predicting membership regarding the categorical ...
*June 26, 2010 by Donald*

**physics**

A 20.0kg block rests on a plane inclined at 20.0o to the horizontal. The coefficient of static friction is 0.250, and the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.150. (a) What is the minimum magnitude of the force F, parallel to the plane that will prevent the block from slipping...
*March 21, 2007 by Jean*

**Physics**

I HONESTLY KNOW THAT THIS SITE IS NOT INTENDED TO JUST GIVE ANSWERS, BUT I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO DO THIS PROBLEM WHATSOEVER, SO PLEASE MAKE NO COMMNENTS LIKE "post some work" OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT...IF I HAD WORK TO POST....I WOULDN'T REALLY NEED HELP... :) Thanks. Firemen are ...
*September 17, 2006 by Josh*

**Physics. PLEASE HELP!!**

A uniform disk with a mass of 130 kg and a radius of 1.2 m rotates initially with an angular speed of 950 rev/min. A constant tangential force is applied at a radial distance of 0.5 m. How much work must this force do to stop the wheel? Answer in units of kJ
*April 20, 2012 by Amber*

**physics**

Part 1 A 15.6 kg block is dragged over a rough, hor- izontal surface by a constant force of 72.2 N acting at an angle of angle 34.8 above the horizontal. The block is displaced 24.6 m and the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.234. Find the work done by the 72.2 N force. ...
*February 25, 2011 by erika*

**Chemistry**

help - confusion :( The oxidation of copper(I) oxide, Cu2O(s), to copper(II) oxide, CuO(s), is an exothermic process, 2 Cu2O + O2 --> 4CuO The change in enthalpy upon reaction of 75.30 g of Cu2O(s) is -76.83 kJ. Calculate the work, w, and energy change, ΔUrxn, when 75....
*November 3, 2013 by DC*

**Physics**

A figure skater spins on the ice, holding two weights a distance d from the axis about which he is rotating. At a certain time, he pulls these weights toward his body as shown, causing his rotational inertia to decrease by a factor of 2. How does this affect the maximum ...
*March 19, 2011 by John*

**Math**

You are standing on the equator of the earth (radius 3960 miles). What is your linear and angular speed?
*November 24, 2009 by Anonymous*

**physics**

What is the radius of an automobile tire that makes a complete turn in 0.1 sec and has a linear speed of 24.0 m/s?
*June 4, 2013 by Jack*

**chemistry**

what is the thermal energy change as 175.0g, of water drops from 75.00 dgrs C to 15.50 dgrs C??? q = mass H2O x specific heat water x (Tfinal - Tinitial). mass H2O = 175.0 g specific heat water = 4.184 J/g*C Tf = 15.50 Ti = 75.00 Solve for q. Check my work for typos. Thermal ...
*April 11, 2007 by crystine cole*

**Jake**

If 142.38 g of l water at 21.7 degrees C is placed into a syrofoam cup with 174.36 g of ice at -27.5 degrees C what would be the final temperature of the entire contents at equilibrium? If it is partially frozen, how many g of the ice has melted? given values cp water = 4.184 ...
*October 16, 2007 by Chemistry*

**Physics**

While riding a Ferris wheel, the rider determines that the Ferris wheel makes 1.5 revolutions per minute. a) knowing that the diameter of the Ferris wheel is 100 ft, determine the angular speed (in rad/s) of the Ferris wheel. b) Determine the linear speed (in ft/s) of the ...
*October 31, 2011 by Adam*

**Physics**

A 60.5-kg person, running horizontally with a velocity of +3.76 m/s, jumps onto a 10.4-kg sled that is initially at rest. (a) Ignoring the effects of friction during the collision, find the velocity of the sled and person as they move away. m/s (b) The sled and person coast 30...
*October 24, 2010 by Xavier*

**physics**

A 60.0 kg person, running horizontally with a velocity of 3.80 m/s, jumps onto a 12.0 kg sled that is initially at rest. a) Ignoring the effects of friction during the collision, find the velocity of the sled and person as they move away. b) The sled and person coast 30.0 m on...
*September 29, 2014 by aithusa20*

**physics**

Suppose a spherical planet P has a uniform density of 4.96*10^3 kg/m^3 and a radius R=1904 km. For a parcel that weighs 73 N on the surface of the (spherical) earth, what is A) gp/ge and B) its weight on the surface of P? Using the "tunnel mail" system what is C) the delivery ...
*April 11, 2011 by Mudoh*

**Physics**

An 81-kg baseball player slides into second base. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the player and the ground is 0.49. (a) What is the magnitude of the frictional force? (b) If the player comes to rest after 1.6 s, what was his initial velocity?
*November 13, 2009 by Litany*

**Physics**

An 81 kg baseball player slides into second base. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the player and the ground is .49. a) what is the magnitude of the frictional force? b) If the player comes to a rest after 1/6s, what was his initial velocity?
*January 16, 2013 by Anonymous*

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