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  1. Physics

    A 6-g ice cube at −8°C is dropped into 70 g of water at 31°C. (a) After enough time has passed to allow the ice cube and water to come into equilibrium, what is the temperature of the water? (b) If a second ice cube is added, what will the temperature

    asked on July 20, 2012
  2. Physics

    Three identical blocks, A, B, and C, are on a horizontal frictionless table. The blocks are connected by strings of negligible mass, with block B between the other two blocks. If block C is pulled horizontally by a force of magnitude F = 28 N, find the

    asked on May 29, 2012
  3. Physics

    Suppose the slope of a beach underneath the ocean is 20 cm of dropoff for every 1.6 m of horizontal distance. A wave is moving inland, slowing down as it enters shallower water. What is its acceleration when it is 12 m from the shoreline? (Let the +x

    asked on July 13, 2012
  4. PHysics

    What is the total energy of a 15-kg mass attached to a spring oscillating horizontally with an amplitude of 20 cm and an angular frequency of 32 rad/s?

    asked on July 28, 2012
  5. Physics

    A 0.51-kg mass is attached to a horizontal spring with k = 108 N/m. The mass slides across a frictionless surface. The spring is stretched 26 cm from equilibrium, and then the mass is released from rest. (a) Find the mechanical energy of the system. (b)

    asked on June 2, 2012
  6. physics

    A crate of oranges slides down an inclined plane without friction. If it is released from rest and reaches a speed of 4.476 m/s after sliding a distance of 2.33 m, what is the angle of inclination of the plane with respect to the horizontal?

    asked on May 24, 2012
  7. mathematical literacy

    Are there available degrees relating to comerce, that can be done with Maths Lit, and not Maths. Preferably at a good institute like uct, uj, ukzn, etc.

    asked on January 12, 2015
  8. Chemistry

    What does "Kc" mean?

    asked on April 6, 2008
  1. Chemistry

    Supposing all the "gas" is water vapor. The source below gives the specific heat of water vapor and liquid water: (2.000 J/(g·°C) x ((0.07796 g) x (125 ºC - 100 ºC) = 3.898 J from cooling the vapor to 100 ºC (0.07796 g H2O) / (18.01532 g H2O/mol) =

    posted on March 13, 2014
  2. Physics

    Thank you both.

    posted on July 20, 2012
  3. Physics

    I'm not too sure how to add the latent heat part in there, but I'll reread that section in my book and see if I can figure something out.

    posted on July 20, 2012
  4. Physics

    The specific heat of ice and water is given as 2.06 kJ/(kg K) and 4.19 kJ/(kg K) respectively.

    posted on July 20, 2012
  5. Physics

    The answers are 21.9 degree c and 14.2 degree c. I've tired figuring out a way to use the dE = Q - W equation to solve this problem, but it hasn't been working.

    posted on July 20, 2012