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RavenLynette:
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It is often convenient to express the constant ¯h = 1.055 × 10−34 J · s in units of MeV · s rather than J · s.
Find ¯h in MeV · s.
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RavenLynette:
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The secondorder bright fringe in a single
slit diffraction pattern is 1.47 mm from the
center of the central maximum. The screen is
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Two slits are illuminated by a 375 nm light.
The angle between the zerothorder bright
band at the center of the screen and the
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webbbiee9617:
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Valerie drives 500 meters up a hill that makes an angle of 15 degrees with the horizontal. To the nearest tenth of a meter, what horizontal …
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qwertycoli10:
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find the scale factor and the ratio of perimeters for two regular pentagons with areas 144in and 36in
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webbbiee9617:
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cos ___ = 7/18
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dodydody:
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during a storm acrate of crepe is sliding a displacement
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ariabstr:
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The probability that a dessert sold at a certain cafe contains chocolate is 74%. The probability that a dessert contains both chocolate and …
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qwertycoli10:
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two similar parallelograms have areas 125m and 80 m. The height of the larger parallelogram is 10m. What are the lengths of the bases of bot…
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MCR888:
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what is the area of a circle with a radius of 5?
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You attend an amusement park with your family. Your parents buy you an allride pass for $20, shown as f(x). Instead of getting a pass, your…
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the longer the base of a right trapezoid is 12ft .The longer base of a similar right trapezoid is 30ft. The area of the smaller right trapez…
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danielbarriosr1:
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Help please
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MathForDummies112:
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Find the perimeter of the image below
AWNSERS ARE
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RavenLynette:
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If the police radar gun transmits at a fre
quency of 11.529 GHz (known as the “X
band”, between 8 GHz and 12 GHz), and is
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allyj567:
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What laws of physics are used in egg drop
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wittegirl1:
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1. Which of the following explains how a generator produces electricity?
A moving magnetic field generates an electrical current.
An unsta…
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ghuczek:
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Can someone help with a friction problem in mechanics?
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KittyKat77:
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Please Help!!
What are the square roots of 256?
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toti0114:
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When the outliers are removed, how does the mean change?
numbers: 15 23 24 26 27 35
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A train is moving parallel and adjacent to a
highway with a constant speed of 22 m/s. A
car, at time t0, is 21.5 m behind the train,
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Integration help...
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Debbie needs to fill juicecups for her little brother's birthday party. There are 20 juicecups and each juicecup holds 10 fluid ounces. T…
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GirlgoyleH.:
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how do you find the area of a circle while its in a graph?
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i need help
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The speed of a sound wave in seawater is
approximately 1500 m/s.
If this wave is transmitted at 10 ms−1, what
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bta22mvp:
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What is the value of x and y so that this quadrilateral is a parallelogram
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A stretched string is fixed at both ends which
are 550 cm apart.
If the density of the string is 0.035 g/cm,
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ravi7121984:
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. In famous magician trick. The magician lies on bed of nails and a sledge hammer is used to pound on an anvil on her chest. The nails will …
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A string 70.2 cm long has a mass per unit
length of 0.000135 kg/m.
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