Tuesday

February 21, 2017
Number of results: 40,409

**college**

Figure 11-50 shows two examples of SHM, labeled A and B. (The vertical axis is marked in increments of 0.5 m and the horizontal axis is marked in increments of 1 s.)

*December 6, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A force of magnitude Fx acting in the x-direction on a 2.50-kg particle varies in time as shown in the figure below. (a) Find the impulse of the force. (b) Find the final velocity of the particle if it is initially at rest (c) Find the final velocity of the particle if it is ...

*March 29, 2012 by sally*

**Physics**

A person on horseback moves according to the velocity-versus-time graph shown in Figure 2-32. (The vertical axis is marked in increments of 1 m/s and the horizontal axis is marked in increments of 7 s.) Find the displacement of the person for each of the segments A, B, and C. ...

*October 12, 2009 by Robert C*

**Physics**

A particle with a mass of 1.55 kg is acted on by a force Fx acting in the x-direction. If the magnitude of the force varies in time as shown in the figure below, determine the following.

*January 12, 2015 by Anonymous*

**ap physics**

A force of magnitude Fx acting in the x-direction on a 2.55-kg particle varies in time as shown in the figure below. (Indicate the direction with the sign of your answer.) (a) Find the impulse of the force. (Give your answer to one decimal place.) kg · m/s (b) Find the final ...

*February 22, 2015 by alba*

**physics**

The figure below shows two examples of SHM, labeled A and B. (The vertical axis is marked in increments of 0.2 m and the horizontal axis is marked in increments of 0.5 s.) What are the following quantities for each SHM? A B (a) the amplitude 1 m 2 m (b) the frequency 3 Hz 4 Hz...

*April 25, 2011 by md8*

**physics**

A tennis player moves back and forth along the baseline while waiting for her opponent to serve, producing the position-versus-time graph shown in the figure. (The vertical axis is marked in increments of 1 m and the horizontal axis is marked in increments of 4 s.) (a) Without...

*October 3, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

17. A 5.6 kg toy race car moves along an x axis. The diagram below shows the force acting on the car. (The vertical axis is marked in increments of 2 N.) a) What is the momentum of the car at t = 9.0 s b) What is the car's velocity at t = 9.0 s? The graph has the following ...

*April 18, 2013 by Lex*

**physics**

A 1.6 kg particle moving along the x-axis experiences the force shown in the figure. The particle's velocity is 4.2 m/s at x = 0 m. The figure or graph has F (N) along the y axis and velocity along the x axis. A diagonal line drops from positive 10 force to -10 force from 0 cm...

*December 1, 2009 by Hope*

**Physics**

The figure below represents part of the performance data of a car owned by a proud physics student. (The horizontal axis is marked in increments of 1 s and the vertical axis is marked in increments of 10 m/s.) f (a) Calculate the total distance traveled by computing the area ...

*September 27, 2015 by Kaleem*

**physics**

a particle is subject to a force fx that varies with a position shown in figure P 7.15.find the work done by the force on the particle as it moves (a)from x=0 to x=5.00,(b)from 5.00m to 10.0 m,(c)from x=10.0 to x=15.0 m.(d) what is the total work done by the force over the ...

*February 6, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Figure (a) shows charged particles 1 and 2 that are fixed in place on an x axis. Particle 1 has a charge with a magnitude of |q1| = 12.0e. Particle 3 of charge q3 = +13.0e is initially on the x axis near particle 2. Then particle 3 is gradually moved in the positive direction ...

*January 20, 2012 by Phil*

**Physics**

Figure (a) shows charged particles 1 and 2 that are fixed in place on an x axis. Particle 1 has a charge with a magnitude of |q1| = 12.0e. Particle 3 of charge q3 = +13.0e is initially on the x axis near particle 2. Then particle 3 is gradually moved in the positive direction ...

*January 20, 2012 by Phil*

**physics**

A 1.6 kg particle moving along the x-axis experiences the force shown in the figure. The particle's velocity is 4.2 m/s at x = 0 m. The figure or graph has F (N) along the y axis and velocity along the x axis. A diagonal line drops from positive 10 force to -10 force from 0 cm...

*December 2, 2009 by Hope*

**Physic**

A 10 kg particle moving along the x-axis experiences the force shown in figure. The particle goes from v=1.0m/s at x=0 and v=5.0 m/s at x=2. What is the f max?

*October 30, 2012 by J*

**Physics**

A particle starts from the origin at t = 0 and moves along the positive x axis. A graph of the velocity of the particle as a function of the time is shown in the figure; the v-axis scale is set by vs = 7.0 m/s. (a) What is the coordinate of the particle at t = 5.0 s? (b) What ...

*February 5, 2014 by Robin*

**physics**

A 2.6-kg particle moving along the x axis has a velocity of +1.7 m/s as it passes through the origin. It is subjected to a single force, Fx, that varies with position, as shown below.

*March 26, 2013 by Brandon*

**physics**

The location of two particles at t = 0 is shown in the figure below. The particles are initially at rest. Each particle is subject to a constant force, as indicated in the figure. (Take m1 = 2.06 kg and m2 = 0.95 kg.) (a) Find the position of the center of mass at t = 0. xcm...

*February 10, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A 3 kg object initially at rest is acted on by a non-constant force which causes it to move 3 m. The force varies with position as shown in the figure. a) How much work is done on the object by this force? b) What is the final speed of the object as it arrives at x=3m? Assume ...

*October 26, 2016 by Anonymous*

**physics**

The three forces shown in the figure below act on a particle (with F1 = 48.0 N, F2 = 58.0 N, θ1 = 63.0°, and θ2 = 27.0°). If the particle is in translational equilibrium, find F3, the magnitude of force 3 and the angle θ3. F3 = 1 N θ3 = 2° (...

*February 21, 2009 by kj*

**college physics**

In the figure below, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by a distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 2.00mA. A third particle C, of mass 90.0mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at what x ...

*October 11, 2009 by Jeff*

**Physics - URGENT**

Four forces are acting on an object in static equilibrium: Force 1 has a magnitude of 46.0 N and is acting at an angle of 52 degrees above the positive x-axis. Force 2 has a magnitude of 29 N and is acting along the positive x-axis. Force 3 has a magnitude of 34.5 N and is ...

*September 25, 2015 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Four forces are acting on an object in static equilibrium: Force 1 has a magnitude of 46.0 N and is acting at an angle of (54) degrees above the positive x-axis. Force 2 has a magnitude of (42) N and is acting along the positive x-axis. Force 3 has a magnitude of 34.5 N and is...

*February 8, 2017 by dalia*

**Physics**

Before the force is applied (t < 0 on the graph), the particle moves along the X axis with velocity V1 = -7.6 m/s. Find the velocity V2 of the particle after force stops acting on it. (t > 8s)

*October 30, 2011 by Amy*

**Physics**

Before the force is applied (t < 0 on the graph), the particle moves along the X axis with velocity V1 = -6.6 m/s. Find the velocity V2 of the particle after force stops acting on it. (t > 9s)

*December 10, 2012 by jason*

**physics**

Several forces act on a particle as shown in the figure below (where F1 = 75.0 N, F2 = 65.0 N, θ1 = 25.0° and θ2 = 74.0°, . If the particle is in translational equilibrium, what are the values of F3 (the magnitude of force 3) and θ3 (the angle that force 3 ...

*May 27, 2010 by Larissa*

**Physics Electric Force**

Particle A of charge 2.76 10-4 C is at the origin, particle B of charge -6.54 10-4 C is at (4.00 m, 0), and particle C of charge 1.02 10-4 C is at (0, 3.00 m). We wish to find the net electric force on C. (a) What is the x component of the electric force exerted by A on C? (b...

*April 11, 2013 by Alex*

**PHYSICS**

When the force F acting on a particle depends only on the particle's position coordinate x, and when the particle moves along the x-axis, then the work done by the force is the area under: a) F versus x curve b) F versus v curve (v is velocity) c) F versus a curve (a is ...

*March 19, 2007 by terrence*

**Physics**

A two dimensional object placed in the xy plane has three forces acting on it: a force of 3N along the x axis acting at a point (3m, 4m); A force of 2N along the y axis acting at (-2, 5m); and a force of 5N in the negative x direction acting at (-2m, -3m). What is the net ...

*November 23, 2014 by Alex*

**Physics**

At time t = 0, a hockey puck is sent sliding in the +x direction over a frozen lake, directly into a strong wind. Figure 2-13 gives the velocity v of the puck versus time, as the puck moves along a single axis. (The time axis is marked in increments of 1.0 s.) At t = 10. s, ...

*September 26, 2010 by Lily*

**Physics**

At time t = 0, a hockey puck is sent sliding in the +x direction over a frozen lake, directly into a strong wind. Figure 2-13 gives the velocity v of the puck versus time, as the puck moves along a single axis. (The time axis is marked in increments of 1.0 s.) At t = 10. s, ...

*September 26, 2010 by Lily*

**physics**

A 0.25 kg particle moves along an x axis according to x(t) = - 10 + 3 t + 2 t2 - 5 t3, with x in meters and t in seconds. In unit-vector notation, what is the net force acting on the particle at t = 3.6 s ? Give an expression for the (a) x, (b) y and (c) z components.

*February 7, 2015 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A 0.150 kg particle moves along an x axis according to x(t) = -13.00 + 2.00t + 4.50t2 - 3.00t3, with x in meters and t in seconds. In unit-vector notation, what is the net force acting on the particle at t = 3.60 s?

*February 12, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A 0.150 kg particle moves along an x axis according to x(t) = -13.00 + 2.00t + 3.50t2 - 2.50t3, with x in meters and t in seconds. In unit-vector notation, what is the net force acting on the particle at t = 3.45 s?

*May 4, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A 10 g particle has the potential energy shown in a graph with the y-axis label U(J) and the x axis is labeled in cm. There is a diagonal line from 4 J down to 1 cm and the line levels out on the x axis to 3 cm and rises again to a height of 2 J at 5 cm and levels out to 7 cm ...

*December 2, 2009 by Ashley*

**calculus**

a particle moves along the x-axis (units in cm) its initial position at t=0 sec is x(0)=15. the figure shows the graph of the particle's velocity v(t). the numbers are areas of the enclosed regions. in the graph 0 to a is 4 under the x-axis, a to b is 5 above the x-axis, b to ...

*April 28, 2010 by shelby*

**AP Physics C**

One dimension. In the figure, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 5.00 mA. A third particle C, of mass 62.0 mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at ...

*January 24, 2014 by Tabetha*

**physics**

In the figure below, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by a distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 4.00mA. A third particle C, of mass 96.0mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at what x ...

*November 17, 2010 by Alex*

**physics**

three point particles are fixed in place in an xy plane. Particle A has mass mA = 3 g, particle B has mass 2.00mA, and particle C has mass 3.00mA. A fourth particle D, with mass 4.00mA, is to be placed near the other three particles. What (a) x coordinate and (b) y coordinate ...

*January 2, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

1)Three positive particles of charges 9µC are located at the corners of an equilateral triangle of side 15cm. Calculate the magnitude and direction of the force on each charge. 2)What is the electric field strength at a point in space where a proton (m = 1.67 x 10-27 kg) ...

*February 22, 2007 by Nat*

**Physics**

A single conservative force acts on a 5.00 kg particle. The equation Fx = (2x + 4) N describes this force, where x is in meters. As the particle moves along the x axis from x = 1.40 m to x = 5.80 m, calculate the following. (a) the work done by this force on the particle (b) ...

*February 6, 2010 by ucieng*

**Physics**

F1 and F2 are two horizontal forces of 70 N each, acting on a wagon. They are at 45° to the x-axis and at right angles to each other. A third force, F3, also 70 N, acts along the positive x-axis. What if, instead, F2 acted in the opposite direction from what is shown? Find ...

*September 23, 2012 by arcos15*

**physics**

In the figure, particle A moves along the line y = 29 m with a constant velocity of magnitude 3.5 m/s and parallel to the x axis. At the instant particle A passes the y axis, particle B leaves the origin with zero initial speed and constant acceleration of magnitude 0.44 m/s2...

*September 12, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

In the figure, particle A moves along the line y = 26 m with a constant velocity of magnitude 2.6 m/s and parallel to the x axis. At the instant particle A passes the y axis, particle B leaves the origin with zero initial speed and constant acceleration of magnitude 0.31 m/s2...

*September 21, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

U(J) 6 | | 4 | \ | 2 \ ______/ \ / \_____/ 0 1 3 5 7 8 x(cm) Best I could do in drawing a graph!! A 10 g particle has the potential energy shown in the figure above. Part A: How much work does the force do as the particle moves from 2 cm to 6 cm? W = ? J Part B: What speed ...

*December 1, 2009 by Ashley*

**physics**

A 0.150 kg particle moves along an x axis according to x(t) = -13.00 + 2.00t + 3.50t2 - 2.50t3, with x in meters and t in seconds. In unit-vector notation, what is the net force acting on the particle at t = 3.45 s? I tried solving using s=Vit + (.5)at^2 but I can't find the ...

*September 22, 2009 by jeff*

**Physics**

A 0.150 kg particle moves along an x axis according to x(t) = -13.00 + 2.00t + 3.50t2 - 2.50t3, with x in meters and t in seconds. In unit-vector notation, what is the net force acting on the particle at t = 3.45 s? I tried solving using s=Vit + (.5)at^2 but I can't find the ...

*September 22, 2009 by richard*

**Physics**

A 2.9 kg body is at rest on a frictionless horizontal air track when a horizontal force F acting in the positive direction of an x axis along the track is applied to the body. A stroboscopic graph of the position of the body as it slides to the right is shown in the figure. ...

*July 22, 2010 by Dave*

**physics**

A 4.90 kg particle moves along the x axis. Its position varies with time according to x = t + 3.4t3, where x is in meters and t is in seconds. (a) Find the kinetic energy at any time t. (Accurately round any coefficient to exactly two decimal places. Use t as necessary.) K...

*November 14, 2011 by carlton*

**Physics**

A particle with charge −5 µC is located on the x-axis at the point −4 cm , and a second particle with charge −6 µC is placed on the x-axis at 4 cm. What is the magnitude of the total electrostatic force on a third particle with charge 8 µC placed on the x-axis at 2 cm...

*February 2, 2017 by Ariane*

**Physics**

At a point P, the electric field is 78 N/C at 51° counter-clockwise from the positive x axis. A particle of mass 4.7 kg and charge -0.11 C is located at P. Find: 1.the magnitude of the force on the particle 2.the direction of the force on the particle: degrees counter-...

*September 14, 2014 by RW*

**Physics - Electromagnetism**

This is the last question for a final exam preparation sheet and I can't figure out the answer. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. - One very long wire carries current 10.0 A to the left along the x axis. A second very long wire carries current 75.0 A to the ...

*July 25, 2012 by Robert*

**physics**

A 10 g particle has the potential energy shown in a graph with the y-axis label U(J) and the x axis is labeled in cm. There is a diagonal line from 4 J down to 1 cm and the line levels out on the x axis to 3 cm and rises again to a height of 2 J at 5 cm and levels out to 7 cm ...

*December 2, 2009 by Ashley*

**physics**

two force vectors, f1 18N at 60 degree above the positive axis and F2 6.5N at 45 degree below the positive axis, are applied to a particle at the origin. what third force f3 would make the net force on the particle equal to zero

*November 8, 2015 by Anonymous*

**Physics help**

A particle moving along the y-axis has the potential eneryg function U = 6 * y3 J where y is in m. What is the y-component of the force on the particle at 0 m? What is the y-component of the force on the particle at 9 m? What is the y-component of the force on the particle at ...

*November 9, 2011 by Me*

**physics**

The force shown in the figure below is the net eastward force acting on a ball. The force starts rising at t=0.020 s, falls back to zero at t=0.062 s, and reaches a maximum force of 55 N at the peak. Determine with an error no bigger than 25% (high or low) the magnitude of the...

*October 13, 2010 by jaz*

**physics: mechanics and heat**

The following three forces act on a particle: 30N at 30° with the x- axis, 50 N at 135° with the x-axis, and 20N along the negative x-axis. Find the fourth force on the particle which will keep it in equilibrium. Draw it's free-body diagram.

*October 2, 2016 by dada*

**physics**

A box of mass 65 kg hangs motionless from two ropes, as shown in the diagram above. The angle is 40 degrees. Choose the box as the system. The x-axis runs to the right, the y-axis runs up, and the z-axis is out of the page. What is the y-component of the gravitational force ...

*January 17, 2011 by freddy*

**Physics**

The three forces shown in the figure below act on a particle (with F1 = 50.0 N, F2 = 60.0 N, θ1 = 60.0°, and θ2 = 30.0°). If the particle is in translational equilibrium, find F3, the magnitude of force 3 and the angle θ3.

*February 10, 2013 by Nerise*

**physics**

A one-piece cylinder is shaped as in the Figure, with a core section protruding from the larger drum. The cylinder is free to rotate around the central axis shown in the drawing. A rope wrapped around the drum, of radius 2.70 m, exerts a force F1 to the right on the cylinder. ...

*November 4, 2014 by Misaki*

**Physics**

A particle of mass m is subjected to a force acting in the x-direction. Fx = (3.2 + 0.55x) N. Find the work done by the force as the particle moves from x = 0 to x = 4.5 m. 1

*September 21, 2010 by Gina*

**Calc**

a partial moves along the x-axis so that its velocity at time t, for 0< = t = < 6, is given by a differentiable function v whose graph is shown above. The velocity is 0 at t=0, t=5, and the graph has horizontal tangents at t=4. the areas of the regions bounded by the t-...

*May 19, 2008 by sammy*

**help math**

a partial moves along the x-axis so that its velocity at time t, for 0< = t = < 6, is given by a differentiable function v whose graph is shown above. The velocity is 0 at t=0, t=5, and the graph has horizontal tangents at t=4. the areas of the regions bounded by the t-...

*May 20, 2008 by dave*

**PHYSICS**

The only force acting on a particle is conservative force F. If the particle is at point A, the potential energy of the system associated with F and the particle is 39 J. If the particle moves from point A to point B, the work done on the particle by F is +25 J. What is the ...

*April 17, 2013 by Sara*

**physics emergerncyy!**

A particle of mass m1 = 2.5 kg moving along the x axis collides with a particle of mass m2 = 4.7 kg initially at rest. The incoming particle is deflected in the direction 24 degrees above the x axis, whereas the target particle moves off at 14 m/s at 39 degrees below the x ...

*November 19, 2011 by joe*

**phsics**

A charged particle is moving in a uniform magnetic field. Which of the following statements concerning the magnetic force exerted on the particle is false? A) It does not change the kinetic energy of the particle. B) It can act only on a particle in motion. C) It increases the...

*April 2, 2007 by benton*

**Science ( Need help really bad Please!)**

An object's weight is dependent upon its location in the universe. Why is this true? A. This is true because weight is the magnitude of gravitational force acting on an object, and since gravitational force varies in different places in the universe, weight also varies. B. ...

*February 13, 2014 by Julie*

**PHYSICS**

3. A particle of mass m= 5.00 kg is released from point A(at rest) and slides on the frictionless track shown in Figure below. Determine: ( 8 marks ) a. the particleâ€™s speed at points B and C and (4marks) b. the net work done by the gravitational force in moving the ...

*April 27, 2013 by VICTOR LAKAKI*

**Physics**

Moving in the x-direction, a particle carrying 1.0uC experiences no force. Moving with speed v at 30 degrees to the x-axis, the particle experiences a force of 2.0 N. What is the magnitude of the force it would experience if it moved along the y-axis with speed v?

*October 8, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Figure 2-41 gives the acceleration a versus time t for a particle moving along an x axis. The a-axis scale is set by as = 13.0 m/s2. At t = -2.0 s, the particle's velocity is 10.0 m/s. What is its velocity at t = 6.0 s?

*September 18, 2011 by Linda*

**Physics**

The figure gives the acceleration a versus time t for a particle moving along an x axis. The a-axis scale is set by as = 14.0 m/s2. At t = -2.0 s, the particle's velocity is 11.0 m/s. What is its velocity at t = 6.0 s?

*January 24, 2014 by laken*

**physics**

The figure gives the acceleration a versus time t for a particle moving along an x axis. The a-axis scale is set by as = 15.0 m/s^2. At t = -2.0 s, the particle's velocity is 7.00 m/s. What is its velocity at t = 6.0 s?

*February 6, 2015 by Brian*

**physics**

The force shown in the figure below is the net eastward force acting on a ball. The force starts rising at t=0.012 s, falls back to zero at t=0.062 s, and reaches a maximum force of 35 N at the peak. Determine with an error no bigger than 25% (high or low) the magnitude of the...

*July 2, 2008 by Elisa*

**Physics**

At the moment t=0 a particle starts moving along thr x-axis so that its velocity projection varies as vx= 35 cos pi t cm/s, where 't' is expressed in seconds. Find the distance that this particle covers during t = 2.80 s after the start.

*February 17, 2012 by Mike*

**Physics**

The vector position of a 3.00 g particle moving in the xy plane varies in time according to the following equation. r1 = <(3i+3j)t + 2jt^2> At the same time, the vector position of a 5.85 g particle varies according to the following equation. r2 = <3i - 2it^2 - 6jt>...

*December 1, 2011 by LadyJ*

**physics**

In Figure (a), a block of mass m lies on a horizontal frictionless surface and is attached to one end of a horizontal spring (spring constant k) whose other end is fixed. The block is initially at rest at the position where the spring is unstretched (x = 0) when a constant ...

*October 24, 2009 by Jin*

**physics**

A particle of mass 1 kg initially at rest is displaced along the x-axis by 127 meters in a time of 20 seconds. What is the net force acting on the mass?

*December 6, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

The force on a particle is directed along an x axis and given by F = 1.7(x/2.8 - 0.95) where x is in meters and F is in Newtons. Find the work done by the force in moving the particle from x = 0 to x = 6.9 m.

*March 8, 2014 by Robin*

**Physics**

A force of 38 newtons is acting on an object making an angle of 65º with the horizontal. What is the value component of the force acting along the y-axis?

*March 30, 2012 by LinaBina*

**physics**

A particle of charge Q is fixed at the origin of an xy coordinate system. At t = 0 a particle (m = 0.690 g, q = 4.75 µC) is located on the x axis at x = 20.0 cm, moving with a speed of 50.0 m/s in the positive y direction. For what value of Q will the moving particle execute ...

*February 11, 2010 by Sandhya*

**Physics**

One component of a magnetic field has a magnitude of 0.080 T and points along the +x axis, while the other component has a magnitude of 0.034 T and points along the -y axis. A particle carrying a charge of +1.00 10-5 C is moving along the +z axis at a speed of 3.60 103 m/s. (a...

*February 6, 2012 by DCM*

**Physics (due soon!)**

One component of a magnetic field has a magnitude of 0.080 T and points along the +x axis, while the other component has a magnitude of 0.034 T and points along the -y axis. A particle carrying a charge of +1.00 10-5 C is moving along the +z axis at a speed of 3.60 103 m/s. (a...

*February 7, 2012 by DCM*

**Physics**

One component of a magnetic field has a magnitude of 0.0445 T and points along the +x axis, while the other component has a magnitude of 0.0725 T and points along the -y axis. A particle carrying a charge of +1.01 × 10-5 C is moving along the +z axis at a speed of 4.18 × 103...

*February 25, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

One component of a magnetic field has a magnitude of 0.0445 T and points along the +x axis, while the other component has a magnitude of 0.0725 T and points along the -y axis. A particle carrying a charge of +1.01 × 10-5 C is moving along the +z axis at a speed of 4.18 × 103...

*February 26, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A single conservative force acts on a 5.00 kg particle. The equation Fx = (2x + 4) N describes this force, where x is in meters. As the particle moves along the x axis from x = 1.40 m to x = 7.00 m, calculate the following.

*February 23, 2010 by gina*

**physics**

One dimension. In Fig. 13-32, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 4.00 mA. A third particle C, of mass 80.0 mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at ...

*December 6, 2011 by Dan*

**physics**

One dimension. In Fig. 13-32, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 4.00 mA. A third particle C, of mass 80.0 mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at ...

*December 6, 2011 by Dan*

**College Physics**

particle 1 of charge q1 = 1.04 ìC and particle 2 of charge q2 = -2.99 ìC, are held at separation L = 10.8 cm on an x axis. If particle 3 of unknown charge q3 is to be located such that the net electrostatic force on it from particles 1 and 2 is zero, what must be the (a)x ...

*July 6, 2012 by Stephanie13*

**physics**

Two force vectors F1 = (2.5 N) x - (3.0 N) y and F2 = - (6.0 N) x + (4.8 N) y are applied to a particle. What third force F3 would make the net, or resultant, force on the particle zero? Magnitude ___ N Direction ___° (from the +x axis)

*October 26, 2010 by rachel*

**physics**

Two force vectors F1 = (2.5 N) x - (3.0 N) y and F2 = - (6.0 N) x + (4.8 N) y are applied to a particle. What third force F3 would make the net, or resultant, force on the particle zero? Magnitude ___ N Direction ___° (from the +x axis)

*October 26, 2010 by rachel*

**Physics**

What is the maximum speed of a 3.40g particle that oscillates between x =2.0mm and x =8.0mm in the figure? (Figure 1) Description of Figure: Parabola with the lowest point at (4,1) parabola starts at(2,5) and ends at (8,5) Y-axis is U(J) X-axis is x(mm)

*November 1, 2014 by Dib*

**Physics**

What is the maximum speed of a 3.40g particle that oscillates between x =2.0mm and x =8.0mm in the figure? (Figure 1) Description of Figure: Parabola with the lowest point at (4,1) parabola starts at(2,5) and ends at (8,5) Y-axis is U(J) X-axis is x(mm)

*November 1, 2014 by Dib*

**electromagnetism**

#5 (5 points possible) Two identical solenoids are merged as shown in the figure. Which plot best represents the y-component of the magnetic field as it varies along the x-axis? Treat them as ideal solenoids.

*April 14, 2015 by JuanPro*

**college**

The arm in the figure below weighs 44.5 N. The force of gravity acting on the arm acts through point A. Determine the magnitudes of the tension force t in the deltoid muscle and the force s of the shoulder on the humerus (upper-arm bone) to hold the arm in the position shown.

*November 6, 2009 by sarah*

**physics**

A 2.0 kg particle is moving along the x axis to the left with a velocity of v= -6.0 m/s. Suddenly, between times t =0 and t = 4.0 x a net force = 3t^2 – 12t is applied to the particle, where F is in N and t is in s. Calculate the velocity of the particle at t=4.0 s. Is this ...

*November 23, 2009 by julia*

**physics**

Two particles are fixed on an x axis. Particle 1 of charge 47.9 μC is located at x = -5.87 cm; particle 2 of charge Q is located at x = 32.3 cm. Particle 3 of charge magnitude 52.8 μC is released from rest on the y axis at y = 15.1 cm. What is the value of Q if the ...

*December 13, 2012 by Anonymous*

**physics**

The figure shows part of a circuit in which two wire segments are carrying currents as shown. The segment along the z-axis has length 4.0 m and that along the y-axis is 2.5 m long. Under the presence of an externally applied magnetic field B of magnitude 0.7T and makes an ...

*May 28, 2013 by shosh*

**Physics-Help please...**

The graph give the acceleration a versus time t for a particle moving along an x axis. The a axis scale set by a=12 m/s^2. At t = -2s the particle's velocity is 10 m/s. What is its velocity at t = 6s. I know that I am supposed to used integrals to solve, but I can't figure it ...

*October 1, 2011 by Belinda*

**physics**

The velocity-versus-time graph is shown for a particle moving along the x-axis. Its initial position is x0 = 1.8m at t0 =0s. Part A What is the particle's position at t=1.0s? Part B What is the particle's acceleration at t= 1.0s? Part C What is the particle's position at t= 3....

*February 7, 2015 by anonymous*

**Physics (Gravitation)**

In Fig. 13-25, three particles are fixed in place. The mass of B is greater than the mass of C. Can a fourth particle (particle D) be placed somewhere so that the net gravitational force on particle A from particles B, C, and D is zero? If so, in which quadrant should it be ...

*March 29, 2012 by M*