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Physics
Biomedical measurements show that the arms and hands together typically make up 13.0% of a person's mass, while the legs and feet together account for 37.0% . For a rough (but reasonable) calculation, we can model the arms and legs as thin uniform bars pivoting about the ...
February 23, 2012 by john

Physics help please!!!
Biomedical measurements show that the arms and hands together typically make up 13.0% of a person's mass, while the legs and feet together account for 37.0% . For a rough (but reasonable) calculation, we can model the arms and legs as thin uniform bars pivoting about the ...
February 23, 2012 by john

Physics
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is buffing up her 0.53 meter long arms by bench pressing. In 35 seconds she can lift 38 kilograms of mass 23 times. How powerful are Buffy's arms?
March 10, 2013 by Anonymous

Physics
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is buffing up her 0.53 meter long arms by bench pressing. In 35 seconds she can lift 38 kilograms of mass 23 times. How powerful are Buffy's arms?
March 10, 2013 by Anonymous

physic
A student on a piano stool rotates freely with an angular speed of 3.07 rev/s. The student holds a 1.38 kg mass in each outstretched arm, 0.759 m from the axis of rotation. The combined moment of inertia of the student and the stool, ignoring the two masses, is 4.72 kgm2, a ...
March 25, 2010 by Mary

Physics - ice skating
An ice skater pulls three small children, one behind the other, with masses 25kg, 31kg, and 35kg. Assume that the ice is smooth enough to be considered frictionless. If the skater is holding onto the 25kg child, find the tension in the arms of the next child in line.
August 5, 2010 by Shaila

[Physics] super hard/long circuit problem
I have this last one which is really long/hard. It's so long that I just decided to scan the whole problem. So here it is... and thanks everyone for the help so far! h t t p ://img201.imageshack.us/my.php?image=circuit5ij7.png *remember to delete spaces or it won't load!
April 12, 2008 by Eileen

physics
4. An ice skater pulls three small children, one behind the other, with masses 25kg, 31 kg and 35kg. Assume that the ice is smooth enough to be considered frictionless, determine: a) the total force applied to the train of children if they reach a speed of 3.5m/s from rest in ...
October 24, 2010 by Sandy

physics
If two different masses have the same kinetic energy, their momenta are: 1. inversely proportional to their masses 2. inversely proportional to the square roots of their masses 3. proportional to the squares of their masses 4. proportional to their masses 5. proportional to ...
October 28, 2011 by Anonymous

physics
A nut-cracker has arms o.4m long and a nut is placed 0.05m from the hinge. Calculate the resistance of the shell if it is broken by a force of 100N applied at the end of the cracker(Assume that all forces are parallel)
June 12, 2014 by benjieo

physics
A nut-cracker has arms o.4m long and a nut is placed 0.05m from the hinge. Calculate the resistance of the shell if it is broken by a force of 100N applied at the end of the cracker(Assume that all forces are parallel)
June 12, 2014 by benjieo

Physics
A student on a piano stool rotates freely with an angular speed of 2.85rev/s . The student holds a 1.10kg mass in each outstretched arm, 0.789m from the axis of rotation. The combined moment of inertia of the student and the stool, ignoring the two masses, is 5.23kg⋅m2...
November 7, 2013 by Patricia

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 22, 2010 by I

physics
Find the acceleration (mls^2) of the masses, given that m1= 1.0kg, m2= 2.0kg and m3= 3.0kg . Assume the table is frictionless and the masses move freely.
November 11, 2010 by jay

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 22, 2010 by Isabel

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 23, 2010 by Isabel

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 23, 2010 by Isabel

Physics
Consider two masses m1 and m2 connected by a thin string. Assume the following values: m1 = 4.18 kg and m2 = 1.00 kg. Ignore friction and mass of the string. 1) what is the acceleration of the 2 masses? 2)What should be the value of mass m1 to get the largest possible value of...
September 1, 2011 by Logan

Physics
If two different masses have the same kinetic energy, their momenta are: a. proportional to the squares of their masses b. proportional to their masses c. proportional to the square roots of their masses d. inversely proportional to their masses e. inversely proportional to ...
October 31, 2011 by Anonymous

Physics Urgent please help
A figure skater stands on one spot on the ice(assumed frictionless) and spins around with her arms extended. When she pulls in her arms, her moment of inertia decreases to 3/4 of the initial value. Assume that her spin angular momentum is conserved. What is the ratio of her ...
November 11, 2013 by rosa

physics
our class was given an extra credit assignment where we have to design a mobile that has both the net forces and torques = 0. i have all of the masses know i just don't know how to find radii. no two masses can be in the same position nor can they be at the center of mass...i;...
July 3, 2009 by anne

Math
Snowflakes have six identical arms. Using the centre of the snowflake as the point of rotation,what is the smallest positive angle through which you could rotate the snowflake so the arms line up?(The rotated snowflake would match the appearance of its original position.) ...
May 16, 2012 by Cherie

Physics
Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 2.9 10-10 N when they are 0.29 m apart. Their total mass is 4.0 kg. Find their individual masses.
October 2, 2011 by Ellen

chm
Why are the atomic masses listed in the periodic table not whole numbers? Answer Scientists have yet to make the precise measurements. That would be too much of a coincidence. ??>>The atomic masses are average atomic masses. or >>Today's instruments are able to ...
February 23, 2013 by jj

probability
A computer has 12 hard drives. The probability that an individual hard drive fails within one year is .25. What is the probability that the system will have exactly 4 failures in one year?
April 14, 2013 by Anonymous

Physics
Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 2.110−10 N when they are 0.21 M apart. Their total mass is 4.00 KG Find their individual masses. .
April 6, 2010 by mm

Science: Astronomy
Why have so few visual binary star systems been fully analyzed to reveal individual masses?
July 15, 2010 by Katrell

Physics
Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 2.310−10 when they are 0.21 apart. Their total mass is 4.50 . Find their individual masses.
February 14, 2011 by Kevin

Physics
Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 2.710−10 when they are 0.65 apart. Their total mass is 4.4 Find their individual masses.
February 19, 2011 by B-rad

Physics
two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of (2.5)(10^-10)N when they are 0.25m apart. Their total mass is 4.0 kg. Find their individual masses.
February 14, 2014 by Juan

physics
Hi I did a physics lab where we hung one spring with several different masses and found its K value, then hung another spring with several different masses and found its K value, then we joined both the springs together and hung several masses on it, and then found the K value...
November 28, 2008 by sarah

Physics
A figure skater is spinning with her arms out wide. Will she spin faster or slower if she tucks in her arms? Why?
October 7, 2010 by Cassy

physics
A BOY IS HANGING FROM A BRANCH OF A TREE THE TENSION IN THEW ARMS WILL BE MAXIMUM WHEN THE ANGLE BETWEEN THE ARMS IS
July 2, 2011 by NEEHARIKA

Physics
Two objects attract each other gravitionally with a force of 2.5 *10^-10 N when they are .25m apart. Their total mass is 4.0kg. Find their individual masses.
February 22, 2011 by Emily Grossman

univ-phys
Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 2.510^-10N when they are 0.22m apart. Their total mass is 4.50kg. Find their individual masses.
October 2, 2009 by Taylor Rae

physics
Three masses are arranged on a flat surface as shown. Two of the masses are as follows: m2 = 16.3 kg and m3 = 66.5 kg. A horizontal force of 519 N applied to m2 accelerates the masses across the floor, which has a coefficient of friction of μ = 0.312, at 1.77 m/s2. What ...
December 5, 2010 by dillon

history
coat of arms for the yarnall family When I searched on Google for "coat of arms" Yarnell, this is the result I found: http://www.houseofnames.com/xq/asp.c/qx/yarnell-coat-arms.htm No results found! So I guess you are free to make up your own!! =) Ooops! I spelled it wrong. Try...
January 24, 2007 by helen

Physics
How to solve/work problem? Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 2.5 * 10^-10 N when they are .25m apart. Their total mass is 4.0kg. Find their individual masses.
February 21, 2011 by Emily Grossman

Social Studies (France and nuclear arms)
can anyone educate me about why france should have the right to nuclear arms?? and be specific about what the arms and rights are? please please please! i need to argue about it. thank you!
June 8, 2009 by ellie

physics
A block of mass m1 = 2.4 kg initially moving to the right with a speed of 3.3 m/s on a frictionless, horizontal track collides with a spring attached to a second block of mass m2 = 4.1 kg initially moving to the left with a speed of 1.5 m/s as shown in figure (a). The spring ...
October 14, 2013 by Leticia

Literature
Which of the following excerpts is the best example of persuasion through an appeal to reason? a. "Has Great Britian any enemy, in this quarter of the world, to call for all this accumulation of naives and armies?" b. "They are sent over to bind and rivet upon those chains ...
November 22, 2007 by Anonymous

Statistics
A manufacturer has designed a process to produce pipes that are 10 feet long. The distribution of the pipe length, however, is actually Uniform on the interval 10 feet to 10.85 feet. Assume that the lengths of individual pipes produced by the process are independent. Let X and...
March 5, 2011 by Hannah

honors chemistry- isotopes...
can scientists actually measure the mass and relative abundance of isotopes of an element by counting each particle and measuring their masses? [ i think no because it would be too small ] if not, how could a scientist measure the mass and relative abundance of isotopes of an ...
October 31, 2006 by guitarking4000

physics
An ice skater has a moment of inertia of 2.3 kg * m^2 when his arms are outstretched and a moment of inertia of 1.0 kg * m^2 when his arms are tucked in close to his chest. If he starts to spin at an angular speed of 2.0 rps (revolutions per second) with his arms outstretched...
April 11, 2011 by Dorian

Math-Algebra
1. Finf the width of a rectangle whose area is 36 sq in. And length is 9in. 2. The attraction F of any two masses m1 and m2 foe each other varies directly as the oroduct of the masses and inversely as the square of the distance d between these teo masses. Express the relation ...
November 24, 2013 by Mckenna Louise

Physics
The "Great Swing" at a country fair consists of a vertical central shaft with a number of horizontal arms attached at its upper end. Each arm supports a seat suspended from a 5.00m long rod, the upper end which is fastened to the arms at a point of 3.00m from the central shaft...
November 3, 2010 by Anonymous

physics
consider the 52 kg climber. find the tension in the rope and the force that the climber must exert with her feet on the vertical rock face to remain stationary. assume that the force is exerted parallel to her legs. also, assume negligible force exerted by her arms. what is ...
June 5, 2013 by kim

Physics !>:(
Four masses are connected by 27.1cm long, massless, rigid rods. If massA=237.0g, massB=511.0g, massC=257.0g, and massD=517.0g, what are the coordinates of the center of mass if the origin is located at mass A? (Enter your x coordinate first followed by the y coordinate.) b). ...
November 12, 2012 by moore

Literature
Which of the following excerpts is the best example of persuasion through an appeal to reason? a. "Has Great Britian any enemy, in this quarter of the world, to call for all this accumulation of naives and armies?" b. "They are sent over to bind and rivet upon those chains ...
November 24, 2007 by Anonymous

physics
A 1-kg mass (the blue mass) is connected to a 9-kg mass (the green mass) by a massless rod 70 cm long, as shown in the figure. A hole is then drilled in the rod 40.2 cm away from the 1-kg mass, and the rod and masses are free to rotate about this pivot point, P. Calculate the ...
March 24, 2012 by deb

physics
A 1-kg mass (the blue mass) is connected to a 9-kg mass (the green mass) by a massless rod 67 cm long, as shown in the figure. A hole is then drilled in the rod 40.2 cm away from the 1-kg mass, and the rod and masses are free to rotate about this pivot point, P. Calculate the ...
March 24, 2012 by please

physics
A 1-kg mass (the blue mass) is connected to a 8-kg mass (the green mass) by a massless rod 67 cm long, as shown in the figure. A hole is then drilled in the rod 40.2 cm away from the 1-kg mass, and the rod and masses are free to rotate about this pivot point, P. Calculate the ...
March 25, 2012 by hania

physics
A 1-kg mass (the blue mass) is connected to a 9-kg mass (the green mass) by a massless rod 67 cm long, as shown in the figure. A hole is then drilled in the rod 40.2 cm away from the 1-kg mass, and the rod and masses are free to rotate about this pivot point, P. Calculate the ...
March 25, 2012 by hania

physics
A 1-kg mass (the blue mass) is connected to a 9-kg mass (the green mass) by a massless rod 67 cm long, as shown in the figure. A hole is then drilled in the rod 40.2 cm away from the 1-kg mass, and the rod and masses are free to rotate about this pivot point, P. Calculate the ...
March 26, 2012 by Anonymous

PHY
Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 3.5 10-10 N when they are 0.33 m apart. Their total mass is 4.0 kg. Find their individual masses. A)larger mass kg B)sMaller mass kg
September 19, 2010 by ami

physics
A figure skater is spinning at a rate of 1.7 rev/s with her arms outstretched. She then draws her arms in to her chest, reducing her rotational inertia to 62% of its original value. What is her new rate of rotation?
December 4, 2007 by stephanie

Physics
Four identical masses of 800kg each are placed at the corners of a square whose side length is 10.0cm. What is the net gravitational force (magnitude and direction) on one of the masses, due to the other three? I think I have to separate the four masses but I'm not sure how to...
January 20, 2009 by Jaime

molar mass
what is the molar mass of NaHCO3 84 more or less. You will need to add the individual atomic masses to obtain an exact number.
February 21, 2007 by kitty

Physics HELP!!
Four masses are connected by 27.1cm long, massless, rigid rods. If massA=237.0g, massB=511.0g, massC=257.0g, and massD=517.0g, what are the coordinates of the center of mass if the origin is located at mass A? ^ I already got this part: x coordinate- 13.78 cm y coordinate- 13....
November 13, 2012 by sarah

Need help on Physics!!
Three uniform spheres are fixed at the positions shown in the diagram. Assume they are completely isolated and there are no other masses nearby. (a) What is the magnitude of the force on a 0.20 kg particle placed at the origin (Point P)? What is the direction of this force? (b...
March 31, 2014 by Nick

Please help me ASAP!!!
Three uniform spheres are fixed at the positions shown in the diagram. Assume they are completely isolated and there are no other masses nearby. (a) What is the magnitude of the force on a 0.20 kg particle placed at the origin (Point P)? What is the direction of this force? (b...
March 31, 2014 by Eli

Physics
Consider the 52.0-kg mountain climber in the figure to the right. Find (a) the tension in the rope and (b) the force that the mountain climber must exert with her feet on the vertical rock face to remain stationary. Assume that the force is exerted parallel to her legs. Also, ...
June 3, 2014 by Anonymous

crt 205
When you look at it from a practical standpoint your "unnatural" assertion makes sense. Arriving at this decision, however, involves a clash of morals. Do you feel the best way to solve this would be from a legal perspective? For instance, if the family can no longer afford to...
January 10, 2009 by Meshell

Physics
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center. When the skater's hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be ...
November 7, 2007 by Christina

Physics
A monkey hangs from a tree by both arms in an effort to catch his breath. If he has a mass of 65.0 kg, what is the tension of the monkey's arms as he hangs in place?
December 8, 2008 by cookie monster

Physics
Calculate the tension in the cable connecting the two masses. Assume all surfaces are frictionless.
June 10, 2014 by Corey Brown

physics
someone spinns with an angular velocity of 4.55rad/s with arms held out. his rotational inertia is 2.7kgm^2. whn the he pulls his arms in his angular velocity increases to 7.60rad/s. what is his rotary ek?
January 26, 2011 by ricki

Computer
Your computer is running very slow. The LED light for the hard drive blinks nearly continually, indicating that the hard drive is spinning even when data is not being saved or read from the hard drive. Based on this scenario, what is probably causing the slowness of the ...
January 10, 2013 by Nikki

physics
The two masses in the Atwood's machine shown in the figure are initially at rest at the same height. After they are released, the large mass, , falls through a height and hits the floor, and the small mass, , rises through a height . Find the speed of the masses just before ...
July 1, 2010 by meera

Physics
A figure skater is spinning with an initial angular speed of 6.9rad/s. She then pulls her arms in, reducing her moment of inertia to 0.38 times its original value. What is her angular speed after pulling in her arms?
March 8, 2012 by Jackie

Physics
A long thin rod of mass M = 2:00 kg and length L = 75:0 cm is free to rotate about its center as shown. Two identical masses (each of mass m = .403 kg) slide without friction along the rod. The two masses begin at the rod's point of rotation when the rod is rotating at 10.0 ...
December 24, 2011 by Lindsay

Physics- Angular Momentum
A long thin rod of mass M=2.00 kg and length L=75.0 cm is free to rotate about its center. Two identical masses (each of mass m = .45kg) slide without friction along the rod. The two masses begin at the rod's point of rotation when the rod is rotating at 10.0 rad/s. A) When ...
December 28, 2010 by Miki

PHYSICS NEED HELP FAST
someone spinns with an angular velocity of 4.55rad/s with arms held out. his rotational inertia is 2.7kgm^2. whn the he pulls his arms in his angular velocity increases to 7.60rad/s. what is his rotary ek?
January 27, 2011 by ricki

science
I was given a systems equation. Two masses are on a flat frictionless surface tied together. There is a pulley type thing and another mass is hanging over the edge of the table. It is attatched to the other 2 masses. It has no Fn, only Fg because it is hanging. So I draw ...
February 8, 2010 by Marina

physics
A heavier mass m1 and a lighter mass m2 are 18.0 cm apart and experience a gravitational force of attraction that is 9.70 10-9 N in magnitude. The two masses have a combined value of 5.65 kg. Determine the value of each individual mass.
June 30, 2013 by Jarrod

Physics
A heavier mass m1 and a lighter mass m2 are 20.5 cm apart and experience a gravitational force of attraction that is 8.60 10-9 N in magnitude. The two masses have a combined value of 5.80 kg. Determine the value of each individual mass.
June 22, 2014 by Lynn

physics
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center. When the skater's hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be ...
April 12, 2008 by Erin

Computers
Can anyone help me solve this : Assume that you have a disc-system with 300 256-byte sectors pr. track and assume that the disc rotates with 800 rpm. How long time does it take to read a sector? The answer should be in microseconds. Search time isnt needed. Solved it myself. ...
November 24, 2006 by Magnus

Vectors
Using a vector diagram explain why it i easier to do chinups when your hands are 30cm apart instead of 90cm apart. (Assume the force that is excerted by your arms are the same in both cases
May 13, 2010 by Marie

Differential Equations
Consider the spring - mass system, shown in Figure 4.2.4. consisting of two unit masses suspended from springs with spring constants 3 and 2, respectively. Assume that there is no damping in the system. Show that the displacements u1, and u2 of the masses from their respective...
May 13, 2014 by Daoine

Science: Physics and Chemistry
I was given a systems equation. Two masses are on a flat frictionless surface tied together. There is a pulley type thing and another mass is hanging over the edge of the table. It is attatched to the other 2 masses. It has no Fn, only Fg because it is hanging. So I draw lines...
February 8, 2010 by Marina

science(chem)
Can someone tell me if this objective for my lab report sounds alright? The objective of this multistep lab was to ultimately synthesize 4-bromo-2-chloro-6-iodoaniline through the intermediate formation of acetanilide, 4-bromoacetanilide, 4-bromo-2-chloroacetanilide, and 4-...
April 14, 2008 by ~christina~

phy
Two objects attract each other gravitationally with a force of 3.5 10-10 N when they are 0.33 m apart. Their total mass is 4.0 kg. Find their individual masses. I got my answers but its say incorrect. the values i got 3.43 for larger mass and 0.57 small mass
September 17, 2010 by ami

physics
Your hard drive can spin up to 7500 rpm from rest in 5 s. If your hard drive's mass is 40 g and its radius is 2.5 in, what is the force applied to the drive if the force is applied at a point 0.25 in from the center? Assume the drive is a solid, uniform disk with I = (1/2)mr2...
May 2, 2009 by seth

Physics
We consider the case shown in the figure below. Two objects with masses m and M are connected with a taut string running over a pulley. The pulley rotates without friction. The two masses are given as M = 6.23 kg and m = 2.54 kg. A second taunt string connects the heavier ...
October 4, 2011 by Kristen

Science growth
Which of the following statements best describes the response of finches to drought on the Galapagos Islands? During drought, individual finches saw that large, hard seeds were the only available food. To crack these harder seeds, individual finches grew their beaks larger, ...
November 15, 2012 by Katt13unknownchika

Angular Momentum
A long thin rod of mass M = 2.00 kg and length L = 75.0 cm is free to rotate about its center as shown. Two identical masses (each of mass m = .421 kg) slide without friction along the rod. The two masses begin at the rod's point of rotation when the rod is rotating at 10.0 ...
July 11, 2011 by jhay

Science: Physics and Chemistry
Can someone please help me with this??? I was given a systems equation. Two masses are on a flat frictionless surface tied together. There is a pulley type thing and another mass is hanging over the edge of the table. It is attatched to the other 2 masses. It has no Fn, only ...
February 8, 2010 by Marina

physics
If you are holding a 20kg dumbbell straight out at arms length assuming your arm is .69 m long, what tourque is the dumbbell exerting on the shoulder?
February 15, 2012 by Michelle

hcc
how do the masses iof electrons compare with the masses of protons?
October 29, 2008 by jenna

Physics
A person on a rotating stool with arms stretched out rotates at an angular speed of 5.00 rad/s. On bringing in his arms, the angular speed increases to 7.50 rad/s. By what factor does the moment of inertia change?
November 4, 2013 by Mikhail

SS Help!
The 2nd amendment is "the right of the people to keep and use bear arms". what does Right to keep and bear arms means??? (please tell in a 7th grade level)
April 10, 2012 by Laruen

Public finance
Please help me understand the problem provided below and suggest a solution. I thank you for your time and cooperation. Consider a public goods problem in which each person has the same income M and preferences as given by Uj=ln(g1+...+gN)+3ln(Cj) Assume for simplicity that ...
September 25, 2007 by Anna

physics
you are holdong a 6kg dumbell straight out at arms length, assuming your arm is .70m long, what torque is the dumbell exerting on your shoulder?
June 20, 2010 by mike

physics
Four identical masses of 2.6 kg each are located at the corners of a square with 1.5 m sides. What is the net force on any one of the masses?
November 6, 2009 by Anonymous

physics
Four identical masses of 2.7 kg each are located at the corners of a square with 1.4 m sides. What is the net force on any one of the masses?
December 19, 2010 by melissa

physics
Four identical masses of 3.4 kg each are located at the corners of a square with 1.5 m sides. What is the net force on any one of the masses?
January 4, 2011 by bobby

Physics
An ice skater spins with his arms outstretched. When he pulls his arms in and raises them above his head he spins much faster than before. Did a torque act on the ice skater? If not how could his angular velocity have increased?
February 12, 2010 by Nate

physics
2 masses are connected through a non-stretchable string that passes over a frictionless pulley. The masses of the objects are 12 kg and 5.5 kg respectively. The obj with larger mass is hanging 2.5 m fr the surface of a table. Suppose that the two objs are initially at rest. (a...
January 15, 2012 by Sha

physics
Four identical masses of 3.5 each are located at the corners of a square with 1.8 sides. Part A What is the net force on any one of the masses?
September 29, 2012 by sammy

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