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imagreencat:
[Thermodynamics]
Air enters a gas turbine at 1600K and exits at 100kPa and 830K. The turbine efficiency is estimated to be 85%. What is t…
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imagreencat:
What is the moment of the force about the bar BC?
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A Gaussian cube of side s is placed inside a uniformly charged insulating sphere of radius 2s and charge Q. What is the electric flux on the…
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imagreencat:
It is said that electric flux is independent of the surface enclosing the charge. Even if we double the length and width of, say, a box, the…
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imagreencat:
We were asked to compute for the electric field experience by a point charge P caused by a ringshaped conductor. And my professor just used…
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imagreencat:
What is the difference if metal spheres (charged positive and negative) are put close to each other and when they are made to touch each oth…
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imagreencat:
Positive charge Q is uniformly distributed around a semicircle of radius a. Find the electric field at the center of the curvature.
Than…
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imagreencat:
We were to asked to get the integral from 0 to infinity of (dx)/(sqrt(x))(x+1). I don't know if I should use the infinite intervals AND the …
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imagreencat:
Hey guys! I would just like to ask if my partial differentiating is correct.
f(x,y)=xy (sin (4yx^2))
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imagreencat:
Hi guys! Do you know how to solve x(e^x)+1 = 0? Can I use log? Thanks!
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imagreencat:
You pulled a 2.0 kg mass attached to a horizontal spring by 20 N moving it by .10 m away from the equilibrium position. You then let go of t…
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imagreencat:
Suppose a piece of styrofoam (ps = 180.0 kg/m^3) is held completely submerged in water inside a container that is open and exposed to air. A…
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