Math/Physics

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physics

Define adolescence.

physics

what is the acceleration of the sled

Physics

Handling of e-waste

physics

what are convex lenses?

Physics

What is the distance (in cm) covered from t = 0 s to t = 2.9? x = 22.60 y = +5.31

physics

1/(undr root 2 - 1) m/s

physics

the angle between i +j and i is a. pi/6 b. pi/2 c. pi/3 d. pi/2

physics

convert an acceleration of 4.1 mi/h/s to m/s^2

Physics HELP!!

What is the vector product of (4, -3, -5) and (5, -4, 2)? A. (-26, -33, -1) B. 22 C.(20, +12, -10) D.(9, -7, -3) E.(14, -17, -1)

Physics

average force

Physics

A hydrogen balloon

physics

what is meant by isolatedsystem?

physics

how to know the raiuds in GMm/r2?

physics

what is thermal resistance?

Quantum Physics

What is ZX applied to H|0>?

physics

what is electric power?

physics

a chinook salmon

Physics

What is simple pendulum?

Physics

Sammy Sosa

Physics

What is the moment of force?

physics

define waves

physics

what is the concept of pressure

physics

small vvxsxc

Physics

52*10E-10Kg

physics

900kgmassmovesat10m/s.whatisthebreakingforcerequiredtostopthecarin5seconds.

physics

Root x +x square=y

physics

Root x +x square=y

Physics

how do you derive deltaG

physics

the speed of 90 hm/hr is equal to.... m/s

physics

the speed of 90 hm/hr is equal to.... m/s

physics

draw the bimetallic

physics

voltage of a solenoid

physics

when to say that work is done?

physics

240n/2cm^2

physics-lenses

we are different

physics

what property does (-5)+5=0 illustrate

physics

What is a property of metals?

physics

acceleration = 2,84 m.s Tension = 5,18 N

physics

What is Coulombs law

physics

3moves i think so ?

physics

If you travel 10 m [E], 25 m [S], 12 m [W] and 25 m [N], your displacement is

Physics

What is elastic collision

Physics

Average velocity

physics

convert 6.5*10^-3 g.cm/h to kg m/s 6.5*10^-3*10^-2/3600s=1.8*10^-8

physics

convert 2*10^20 am answer 2*10^20*10^-18=2*10^2m

Physics

1 Angstrom = how many Coulombs?

physics

(A).8k/3(B).32k(C).64/3(D).128k/3

Physics

1 rpm=rads-1?

physics

5pi over 4

physics

what are the dimensions of power?

physics

What is the cause of esacape velocity

Physics

what are vector quantities?

physics

what is neutral atom?

Physics

What is the vector product of A=2i + 3j + 1k and B=1i - 3j - 2k?

physics

how do you solve 3x^4 + 11x^3=4x^2

physics

The S.I. Unit of displacement is what?

Physics

When will the resultant of the 5N and 7N be at a maximum?

Physics

how does the value of V relate to V1 and V2?

physics

Hooke's law

PHYSICS

WHAT IS CENTER OF MASS?

Rabindra sahu

What is physics?

physics

5 = 10 log (y/100)

Physics

What is electric potential

physics

frictional force

physics

what is tripple point?

Physics HELPPP

(0 m/s)^2 - (23.7 m/s)^2 divided by 2(9.00 m/s)^2 ?

physics

Can the sun expand

Physics

If D=7i-3j+2k. Find the magnitude of D

Physics

A flywheel rotates

Physics

How do you calculate tension

Physics

What consumes when work is done

Physics

What is specific heat

Physics

What is the displacement of 45° SE 13 km and 20° NE 14 km?? (With Solution)

biology

physics osmosis

Physics

What is a fatigue fracture

Physics

Brownian motion

physics

If A=4i+3j-2k, B=8i+6j-4k then the angle would be?

Physics

What is a time period

Physics

Two cars, A and B, travel in a straight line. The distance of A from the starting point is given as a function of time by xA(t)=αt+βt^2, with α=2.60m/s and β=1.20m/s^2. The distance of B from the starting point is xB(t)=γt^2−δt^3, with γ...

Physics - HELP! PLEASE

The problem is from fundamentals of physics 9th edition by halliday. Here is a free download of the book since I couldn't post the graph (I had to write out link since site doesn't allow links to be posted): tripplew period sendspace period com/file/shrz0x I am having trouble ...

Physics- just verfiying an equation

hello, so i'm doing a physics project where I have found the following equation for centripetal force: Fcent=mrù^2 Where f= centripetal force m=mass r=radius ù=angular velocity my question is to make centripetal force greater, does that mean mass, radius and angular velocity...

College Physics

The rotor is an amusement park ride where people stand against the inside of a cylinder. Once the cylinder is spinning fast enough, the floor drops out. A-What force keeps the people from falling out the bottowm of the ride? I think that it's the Normal force? B-If the ...

physics

A person has far points 8.44cm from the right eye and 12.2cm from the left eye. WRite a presciption for the powers of the corrective lenses. Please help i tried to read to book and my notes but it doesnt show how to do this problem. http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~phys126/Labs/...

explaining math problems

It is hard for me to figure out it the math sentence is + - x divide. What list of words am I looking for to find out the promblem in a math problem sentences. And what free websites can I go online and quiz myself if I am getting it. thank you avie

math

A physics test has twenty questions worth 100 points. The test consists of true /false questions worth 3 points each and multiple choice questions worth 11 points each. How many multiple choice questions are on the test ?

English Grammar

He is a math teacher. He is a Math teacher. Do I have to capitalize Math or not? are both OK?

Physics

Henrietta is going off to her physics class, jogging down the sidewalk at a speed of 2.05 m/s. Her husband Bruce suddenly realizes that she left in such a hurry that she forgot her lunch of bagels, so he runs to the window of their apartment, which is a height 43.9 m above the...

Math/Physics

Two kg of water at a temperature of 50 degrees C have 485.3 kJ of heat transferred from them, resulting in a mixture of ice/water at 0 degrees C. What is the composition of the mixture? This is what I did and would like verification of my answer. 2*4.183*-50 = -418.3 kJ I then...

physics

Find the minimum diameter of a 51.5-m-long nylon string that will stretch no more than 1.01 cm when a load of 68.9 kg is suspended from its lower end. Assume that Ynylon = 3.51·10^8 N/m2 physics - bobpursley, Saturday, October 29, 2011 at 10:32am Hookes Law: elongation= force...

English

Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 11:55pm. Which class are you in? 1. I'm in class 1-2. (I am a member of Calss 1-2. In the classroom, there are 30 students.) 2. I'm in math class. (I'm listening to the math teacher. It's time for studying math...

Physics/chem

Trying to beat the heat of summer, a physics grad student went to the local toy store and purchased a child's plastic swimming pool. Upon returning home, he filled it with 154 liters of water at 25°C. Realizing that the water would probably not be cool enough, he threw ice ...

Physics - Frequency

This is in reply to a previous post, I'm not really sure whether replies to posts that are several days old are viewed by anyone, so I'm reposting just in case. In reply to bobpursley's post, I just want to ask, how would you know how long it takes for the sound to reach you? ...

Physics (Science)

Hi, For my physics class, we have to design our own experiments to calculate the amount of power exerted for each situation. However, I'm really unsure of how to go about finding the power for the situations. The first situation is doing a push-up, and the second is pushing a ...

PHYSICS

In a physics lab experiment, a student immersed 205 one-cent coins (each having a mass of 3.00 g *.003kg) in boiling water. After they reached thermal equilibrium, she quickly fished them out and dropped them into 0.244 kg of water at 20.0 C in an insulated container of ...

English

Choose the sentence that is written in active voice. A. The math problems were given to the students. B. The students were taking a math test. C. The math test was given by the instructor. D. The math test grades were given to the students. B

physics- what did i do wrong

If the bus is 100 meters ahead of the car and the bus is travling at 65 km/hr and the car at 78km/hr, how long will it take the car to catch the bus? I used the following formula, but was informed my answer was wrong. 100m + (t) 65km/hr = 0 + (t)78km/hr and solved for (t). t...

physics

I have another question for the problem below, so What is the speed of the car just before it lands safely on the other side? would it be the same 38.6 meters/sec A 10,000N car comes to a bridge during a storm and finds the bridge washed out. The 650-N driver must get to the ...

physics

I have another question for the problem below, so What is the speed of the car just before it lands safely on the other side? would it be the same 38.6 meters/sec A 10,000N car comes to a bridge during a storm and finds the bridge washed out. The 650-N driver must get to the ...

physics

I have another question for the problem below, so What is the speed of the car just before it lands safely on the other side? would it be the same 38.6 meters/sec A 10,000N car comes to a bridge during a storm and finds the bridge washed out. The 650-N driver must get to the ...

Physics

Note: I am in Alegebra-based Physics. You have landed on an unknown planet, Newtonia, and want to know what objects will weigh there. You find that when a certain tool is pushed on a frictionless horizontal surface by a 12.2 N force, it moves 16.3 m in the first 2.30 s, ...

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