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: If both cylinder heads are free to move, what weight would we have to put on the large cylinder head to keep it from moving (assume that …
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An object in orbit will have one of four shapes: circular, elliptical, parabolic or hyperbolic. Explain how you know that for the orbiting …
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Which student is right?
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which student is right?
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pressure question below
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. In space, very cold clouds of gas and dust contract to form new solar systems. What happens to the gravitational potential energy of these…
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What is the nature of the gravitational forces the Earth and Sun exert on each other (the Sun is a million times the size of the Earth)?
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Two balls of mass = 1.00 kg are floating 10 feet apart. What is the nature of the gravitational forces these balls exert on each other?
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Two balls of mass = 1.00 kg are floating 10 feet apart. What is the nature of the gravitational forces these balls exert on each other?
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Kinetic energy is the ____ of motion
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Show that the variable p0 is the surface pressure in the equation p = p0 + ρgh. Refer to: Using Zeroes in Equations.
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I need my worked checked: Suppose you suddenly find yourself, without a space suit. The air pressure on the exterior of your body is zero. I…
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Suppose you are in a place where the atmospheric pressure is 14.0 pounds per square inch (14 lb/in2). What is the total force being exerted…
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If an asteroid hits the Earth it stops moving and has no kinetic energy. What does the Law of Conservation of Energy say has to happen to th…
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. How do we know that with falling objects (ignoring air resistance) that heavier objects are subjected to a greater gravitational force?
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Pressure/Depth Equation Analysis question below
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Pressure/Depth Equation Analysis Question below
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Suppose for some reason you have to walk in bare feet across a short distance covered by broken glass. Would you want the pieces of glass to…
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Suppose for some reason you have to walk in bare feet across a short distance covered by broken glass. Would you want the pieces of glass t…
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A 10.0 kg block is sliding at 8.94 m/s in a straight line across a horizontal, frictionless surface. The block then passes over a 4.00 m st…
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IS MECHANICAL ENERGY CONSERVED IN THESE PROBLEMS?
A 10.0 kg block at rest on a horizontal, frictionless surface is subjected to a force of…
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What is the role of natural selection in evolution
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DIAGRAM BELOW
1.Considering the block/spring setup of the previous problem, what will the kinetic energy of the block be at the instant the…
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Explain why would you expect natural selection against a harmful dominant trait to proceed rapidly
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Which projectile has the greatest initial amount of kinetic energy, and which has the greatest initial amount of gravitational potential en…
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Why are Annelids the closest related phyla to arthopods?
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I need an explanation!
1.Do bigger objects always have a greater density than smaller ones
2.Do objects that have more mass always ha…
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Do bigger objects always have a greater density than smaller ones?
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Keeping in mind that kinetic energy KE = mv2/2 and that weight = mg (g = 9.80 m/s2), what is the velocity of the barbell when it hits the f…
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Keeping in mind that kinetic energy KE = mv2/2 and that weight = mg (g = 9.80 m/s2), what is the velocity of the barbell when it hits the f…
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