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roadjester:
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40. A sample consists of \(1.00 X 10^6\) radioactive nuclei with a halflife of 10.0 h. No other nuclei are present at time t = 0. The stabl…
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Mathematics

Silent_Sorrow:
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Special Relativity  Use spacetime diagrams to propose a resolution to the runner on the train paradox.
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roadjester:
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Planck's constant and the photoelectric effect:
Someone help. I have no clue what the difference between standard deviation and standard …
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roadjester:
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32. An electron has a kinetic energy of 12.0 eV. The electron is incident upon a rectangular barrier of height 20.0 eV and width 1.00 nm. If…
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Silent_Sorrow:
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At noon a rocket ship passes the Earth with a velocity 0.8c. Observers on the ship and on the Earth agree that it is noon. At 12:30 pm as re…
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averyshred:
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One string of a certain musical instrument is 75.0cm long and has a mass of 8.77g . It is being played in a room where the speed of sound is…
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QueenBee232:
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In a thunderstorm at 20.0 C Amanda is able to see a lightning strike and hears the thunderclap about 3.0 s afterwards. How far was the light…
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Unitystep:
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In the most detail you can possibly explain, how would I find the 'K' or the spring constant of a slope where the 'y' axis is labeled as New…
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roadjester:
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28. Suppose a quantum particle is in its ground state in a box that has infinitely high walls (see Active Fig. 41.4a). Now suppose the left…
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QueenBee232:
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Five waves pass a dock in 2.0 s. If the waves are traveling at 10.0 m/s, then what is the wavelength of the waves?
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CNmubarak:
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The sun radiates about 3.6 x 1026 joules of energy each second. How much mass does the sun lose each second? Show your work.
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CNmubarak:
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A force is a push or a pull. Newton's third law further defines the meaning of force. Explain.
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CNmubarak:
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Suppose you are on an airplane moving at high speed. If you flip a coin straight up it will land in your lap rather than a great distance be…
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ngott3:
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can someone explain the solution to me for this question
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Clink33:
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What is the magnitude of the force on an electron moving with a velocity v = 6.1106 m/s parallel to a magnetic field B = 1.83102 T?
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m806texas:
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so theres this physics question
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CNmubarak:
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A boy fires a table tennis launcher. Briefly describe the forces and impulses on the launcher and the ball. Which has more momentum? Which i…
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CNmubarak:
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In terms of momentum change, explain why it is best to "give" when catching a baseball. Provide other examples of situations in which you wa…
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briannamariee33:
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if an atom has 34 protons and 40 neutrons, what is its mass number?
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CNmubarak:
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You do work on something when you lift it against gravity. How does this work relate to gravitational potential energy? If the lifted object…
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m806texas:
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Consider a small car of mass 1296 kg and a large sport utility vehicle (SUV) of mass 3640 kg. The SUV is traveling at the speed limit (v = 3…
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babixz101:
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Which of the following is true about the atom shown below? Choose all that apply. (2 points)
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selenadebby:
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An 85m long train begins accelerating at a constant rate from rest. The front of the train passes a railway worker, who is standing 300 mete…
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QueenBee232:
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Which of the following kinds of electromagnetic radiation has the shortest wavelength and the highest energy photons?
ultraviolet waves
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Silent_Sorrow:
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Two inertial frames of reference O and O’ are in the standard configuration, frame O’ having velocity v with respect to frame O. At the inst…
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dixiemitsy:
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Would someone help me with this problem?
How many 160 resistors must be connected in parallel to draw a current of 6A from a 120V source?
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AleezaButler:
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Can someone check this worksheet for me?
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Mashy:
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Any Nice online course on Special theory of relativity? or any good website source?
Most I saw, have only the introductory concepts with …
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Data_LG2:
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In the figure below, the pulleys and the cord are light, all surfaces are frictionless, and the cord does not stretch.
(a) How does the a…
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harishk:
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Can any one tell me
how to separate hcl + water solution without adding any base.......?????
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