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True or false Electrical Potential Question based on graphs :
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A lighted candle is placed d1=28.2 cm in front of a converging lens of focal length f1=15.1 cm, which in turn is d2=49.5 cm in front of a se…
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Light travelling through air (n=1.00) enters an optical fibre (n=1.15); the light is refracted and reflected. If the angle of incidence is θ…
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A grating has 1090 lines per centimetre, and a flat screen is perpendicular to the ray that makes the central peak of the diffraction patter…
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A doubleslit interference experiment is done in a ripple tank. The slits are 4.90 cm apart, and a viewing screen is 1.56 m from the slits. …
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A 2.91 g sample of solid LiBr·H2O (s) is dissolved in 258 mL of water in a coffee cup calorimeter. Once all of the LiBr·H2O (s) is dissolved…
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Calculate the standard enthalpy change, ΔH° for the following reaction:
6NO(g) + 6SO2(g) → 3N2(g) + 6SO3(g)
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Determine the mass (in g) of sodium oxalate (Na2OOCCOO) that must be added to 52.2 mL of 0.0286 M sodium hydrogen oxalate to yield a pH of 5…
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True or False
A. A dead duck is placed on a scale; the scale reads 15 N. A giant vacuum cleaner sucks air from the room, reducing the pr…
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Determine the pH of the solution (to 2 decimal points) after the addition of 9.07 mL of 2.78 M hydrochloric acid (HCl) to 75.6 mL of 0.765 M…
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Buffer Solution Question
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Determine the pH of the solution (to 2 decimal points) after the addition of 8.60 mL of 0.0330 M sodium hydroxide (NaOH) to 16.8 mL of 0.218…
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Determine the pH of the buffer solution that is prepared by mixing 364 mL of 0.0513 M BICINE−H (C6H13NO4 ) to 765 mL of 0.00790 M BICINE (C6…
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A pole of length 7.33 m, diameter 0.26 m, and mass 282 kg is floating in a pond, with one end tethered to the bottom, as shown. The depth of…
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What would the reaction force for A and B in the x and y direction be ?
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What would the equations for the moments of inertia about each axis be for the pictures below
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Moment of Inertia about centrical x' and ybar axis.
x1=33 cm
x2=14 cm
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The outer ring of the wheel has a mass of 60 kg, the inner ring, 6 kg, and each spoke, 12 kg. Find the mass moment of inertia of the wheel a…
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The force F = 3 N is now applied as shown below. What is the force in member 3?
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Each of the four segments of the bridge is 4 m wide and 3 m high. The applied force is F = 3 N. What is the force in member 12?
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A restaurant sign is to be hung from the end of a thin pole hinged to a wall; the pole is suspended by a single cable. A design that minimiz…
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Find the tension in the cable supporting the truss at an angle θ = 35°, and the reaction force at pin C. Assume
F1 = 3030N,
F2 = 4620N,…
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True or False Statements for Rigid Bodies
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Determine the mass (in g) of PbSO4 that is produced when 520 mL of a 2.28×102 M Na2SO4 solution completely reacts with 780 mL of a 8.03×10…
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The truss is pinjoined to the wall. Find the force in each member. Assume L = 2.89 m, θ = 25°, P1 = 266 N, P2 = 104 N.
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From the weights of the parts of the truck, find the magnitude of the resultant force and its distance from B, for F1 = 7630 N, F2 = 222…
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Select the correct answer.
(At first I believed it was BCBC but it seems I am wrong)
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The massless bar, hinged at A, is inclined at an angle θ = 46.0° and subjected to horizontal and vertical forces F1 and F2, as shown. If L…
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A force F = 6.61×104 N and a couple moment M = 3.41×104 N·m are applied to the steel frame as shown. Assume L1 = 1.19 m, L2 = 3.59 m…
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Which of the following statements are true?
1)If a×b=0, then a=0 or b=0.
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