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does this blog
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A 190Ω resistor is connected to an AC source with E0 = 12V . Part A:What is the peak current through the resistor if the emf frequency is 1…
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A 250MW laser pulse is focused with a lens to a diameter of 3.0μm . Part A is asking for R? I got the correct answer of 1.6E11 m.
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At what distance from a 20W point source of electromagnetic waves is the electric field amplitude 120V/m ?
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A square wire loop with 5.8cm long sides and resistance 26Ω is perpendicular to a magnetic field. The field strength is 0.40T at t=0s, and …
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The aurora is caused when electrons and protons, moving in the earth's magnetic field of ≈5×10−5 T, collide with molecules of the atmosphere…
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Could someone draw a parallel circuit using one battery, one light, one capacitor, and one switch. I'm having trouble understanding the curr…
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anyone good with Electric Circuits? I really could use some explanations please.
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A 2.5V potential difference is applied between the ends of a 0.80mm diameter, 20cm long nichrome wire. What is the resistance in the wire?…
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What is the resistance of a 1.1m long copper wire that is 0.50mm in diameter? What is the resistance in the wire?
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What is the resistance of a 1.1m long copper wire that is 0.50mm in diameter?
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What is the ammeter reading I?
Express your answer in terms of E, R, and rint.
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A wire carries a 1.7A current for 10s . How many electrons move past a point in the wire? Ne=?
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A small glass bead has been charged to +30nC. Part A...what is the magnitude of acceleration of a proton 1.0cm fromt he center of the bead? …
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A 0.51mm diameter hole is illuminated by light of wavelength 510nm . What is the width of the central maximum on a screen 2.0m behind the s…
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Consider an object 5.000cm tall placed a distance 30.00cm from the lens. Assuming that the object reflects both red and blue light, find the…
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A 2.4cm tall object is 84cm in front of a diverging lens that has a 42cm focal length. What is image distance and height?
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A concave cosmetic mirror has a focal length of 56cm . A 2.0cm long mascara brush is held upright 28cm from the mirror. A=location of imag…
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An object is 34cm in front of a converging lens with a focal length of 17cm . Use ray tracing to determine the location of the image. Answe…
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A diamond is underwater; A light ray enters one face of the diamond, then travels at an angle of 30 degrees with respect to the normal. Wha…
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Scientists use laser rangefinding to measure the distance to the moon with great accuracy. A brief laser pulse is fired at the moon, then t…
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The green puck's initial speed is 4.0m/s in the positive xdirection. The mass of the green puck is twice that of the blue puck. Predict the…
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A 80g particle is moving to the left at 23m/s . How much work must be done on the particle to cause it to move to the right at 45m/s ?
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I need some help with Uk, i think i understand the questions. anybody have time?
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At the center of a 50m diameter circular ice rink, a 75kg skater traveling north at 2.5m/s collides with and holds onto a 60kg skater who h…
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What is the magnitude of the angular momentum of the 2.8kg , 5.6cmdiameter rotating disk in the figure (Figure 1) ? disk is spinning at 60…
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A 6kg bucket of water is being pulled straight up by a string at a constant speed. At a certain point the speed of the bucket begins to ch…
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Three identical coins, labeled A, B, and C in the figure, lie on three corners of a square 10.0 cm on a side. Determine the x coordinate of …
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A 73kg man weighs himself at the north pole and at the equator.. How much difference in weight is there, in Newtons?
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I need some help approaching a lab problem
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