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averixx:
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What is the relationship between mass and momentum? Be specific as you describe the relationship between mass and linear momentum as well as…
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200flyswimmer:
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What is the charge of an atom that has gained electric charge?
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jbarber:
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Why is physics considered the basic science? How does it relate to the other sciences.
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AsleyXoXo:
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Ptolemy is credited with creating the geocentric view of the universe, with earth at the center of the universe. True or False
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koli123able:
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The planet Jupiter of mass 2x10^27 kg revolves round the sun of mass 2x10^30 kg in a circular orbit of radius 7.8x10^11 m ,Calculate the gra…
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AsleyXoXo:
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If an atomic nucleus spontaneously emits two protons and two neutrons, then a(n) __________ particle has been emitted.
a. alpha
b. beta…
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Honeydew:
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How and where would absolute zero conditions exist?
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Mashy:
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Light wavelength and color
Ok.. Can someone check this?
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Fosterthepeople:
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Kelp Help
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sarahc:
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What is a possible quantum number set for an electron in the 2s orbital of a beryllium (Be) atom?
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dracritt5:
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In order for work to take place
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sarahc:
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Often, scientists who want to demonstrate chemical bonding use models with colored balls to represent atoms. What are the chemical models of…
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mickey_52:
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Where is most of an atom’s mass located and why
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hannahcookie:
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A ninja carries a 100 kg box a distance of 5.00m. How much work does the ninja do against the force of gravity?
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hannalovesyourbooty:
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I need help!
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yoyoyo123:
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what are three forces that are holding an atom together?
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Bernard02:
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which of the following contains the smallest amout of matter? (30g, 3000cg, 30dg, 0.30kg)
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basith:
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list the parameters of sound wave.
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roofs:
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Iron has a mass of 7.87 g per cubic centimeter of volume, and the mass of an iron atom is 9.27 × 1026 kg. If you simplify and treat each at…
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rissasullivan:
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Atoms have dense centers called nuclei that are orbited by negatively charged subatomic particles. true or false?
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nwosu:
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book is droped out the window from aa height of 10 meters what velocity does the book hit the ground
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quarkine:
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what is the electric field at a point outside a hollow sphere made up of dielectric material which contain a charge at its centre (as shown …
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larry9111:
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Which quantity is a vector quantity?
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jacksongirl:
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jim has a mass of 15 kilograms and is running on th eground with a velocity of 2.7 meters/second. What is jim's kinetic energy?
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Israel936:
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When a pendulum is at the center position, what is true of the kinetic and potential energy?
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GiGIgo3:
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This problaly isn't Physics, but i just got braces and i can't chew...This is my third day with them, i have just been drinking milk and wat…
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brooke1lillian:
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In your own words, explain how the precise timing of an element's radioactive decay helps scientists find the actual age of a material?
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bleach:
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briefly show the relationship between resistance, r to length,l and radius,r for a conucting wire of a certain material
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physicslover77:
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how do electric field lines look on a spherical wave front created by a point source of light?
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Israel936:
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Which amusement park ride utilizes periodic motion?
A. slide
B. Bumper cars
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