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What is the mass of the body on each planet? (W = 253.5 N on Mercury & 637 N on Earth; Mass = 65 kg on each planet.) 4 Explain why the acceleration of the Space Shuttle increases during the initial periods of launch. Curvature has got absolutely nothing to do with the local, extrinsic, framative g. The collision frequency decreases since each molecule of the gas has a lower average speed. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize Physics for 1993 jointly to Russell A.

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P35.56 (a) (b) LM N S1 n − n1 ′ = 2 S1 n 2 + n1 OP = L 1.52 − 1.00 O Q MN 1.52 + 1.00 PQ 2 2 = 0.042 6 LM N S1 n − n1 ′ = 2 S1 n 2 + n1 If medium 1 is glass and medium 2 is air, OP = L 1.00 − 1.52 O Q MN 1.00 + 1.52 PQ 2 There is no difference. The police officer thinks so, and gets ready to write Marge a speeding ticket. I started developing this website as a way to practice what I was learning. Unfortunately, all the free kits for this year have been claimed and shipped; if you didn't get one, you can download the teacher's manual for free here and use it to create your own!

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The reaction force then is b g R = n 2 + µ sn 2 = a M + mf g 2 1 + µs. The center of gravity is the position of the object where we assume that the whole weight of the body is concentrated, in other words we say that center of gravity is the assumed location of the whole weight of the body. The phenomenon of resonance can be demonstrated with a simple but clever device called a Wilberforce pendulum[1-6], named after Lionel Robert Wilberforce (1861-1944), a demonstrator at the Cavendish Laboratory in Cambridge, England around the turn of the century.

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The energy intensity of sunlight controls how lush a forest or jungle can be and how warm a planet is. If no torque is applied to a rigid object, it spins at a constant rate. Other chapters include multithreading development experiences from OpenSubDiv, Houdini, Pixar Presto and Dreamworks Fluids and LibEE. The relativity of velocity is also taught. Q35.7 An echo is an example of the reflection of sound. The trouble was he didn’t test everything that he said. P26.23 Q so ∆V Q = 120 µC and 6.00 × 10 −6 = C= and or Q1 = 120 µC − Q 2 Q ∆V =: C 120 − Q 2 Q = 2 6.00 3.00 a3.00fb120 − Q g = a6.00fQ 2 360 = 40.0 µC Q2 = 9.00 Q 20.0 120 − Q 2 Q 2 = C1 C2 2 Q1 = 120 µC − 40.0 µC = 80.0 µC FIG.

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Also keep the area above the car clear to prevent the ball from hitting anything. At your next party, see if you can experimentally find the approximate focal point! H 2n K film Thus, where m is an integer, r≈ mλ R. n film Chapter 37 P37.63 (a) FG H Constructive interference in the reflected light requires 2t = m + 403 IJ K 1 λ. H µK 12 P17.67 For the longitudinal wave v L =. 12 For the transverse wave vT If we require vL µY m = 8.00, we have T = and where µ = L 64.0 ρ vT ρ= e je 2 mass m =. volume π r 2 L j −3 10 2 π r 2 Y π 2.00 × 10 m 6.80 × 10 N m = = 1.34 × 10 4 N.

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See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details. The Moon is much smaller than Earth, which means that the Moon's gravity is less than Earth's. Ivan Ivanovich, the great Russian scientist does an experiment. Below is my Q&A with another housemate, physicist Carlo Rovelli of Aix-Marseille University and the Intitut Universitaire de France. If they don't suggest this, suggest it yourself. "How can we test the hypothesis that the band knocked the card over, when our eyes can't see it do that?"

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So, now you say, "hang on a second, I'm getting nervous because this formula says force of gravity is constant. Note that the centripetal acceleration is connected to the tangential velocity, through the usual v2 / r relationship, while the tangential acceleration is connected to any change in the tangential speed. Most of these tests probe the theory in the weak-field regime, and there are theoretical and experimental reasons to believe that GR should be modified when gravitational fields are strong and spacetime curvature is large.

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It appears in a special number of the magazine devoted to the ``Science Wars.'' What's going on here? So you can see that as long as you accelerate, you will be getting faster and faster. The free flight of a projectile is nearly reversible. P36.26 P36.27 n p n1 n 2 n 2 − n 1 + = becomes q = − 2. p q R n1 For a plane surface, Thus, the magnitudes of the rate of change in the image and object positions are related by dq n 2 dp. = dt n1 dt If the fish swims toward the wall with a speed of 2.00 cm s, the speed of the image is given by v image = Section 36.4 P36.28 dq 1.00 = 2.00 cm s = 1.50 cm s. dt 1.33 b g Thin Lenses Let R1 = outer radius and R 2 = inner radius OP a Q a fLM N fLMN OP Q 1 1 1 1 1 = n−1 − = 1.50 − 1 − = 0.050 0 cm −1 2.00 m 2.50 cm f R1 R 2 so P36.29 (a) f = 20.0 cm. a fLM N OP a Q fLM N OP fQ 1 1 1 1 1 = n−1 − = 0.440 − 12.0 cm −18.0 cm f R1 R 2 a f = 16.4 cm (b) a fLM N OP fQ 1 1 1 = 0.440 − f 18.0 cm −12.0 cm f = 16.4 cm a FIG.

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Therefore, c h vi = gt = 9.80 m s 2 (3.00 s)= 29.4 m s. (b) y f − yi = 1 v f + vi t 2 c h y f − yi = *P2.48 (a) b f ga 1 29.4 m s 3.00 s = 44.1 m 2 Consider the upward flight of the arrow. d i 0 = b100 m sg + 2e −9.8 m s j∆y 2 2 v yf = v yi + 2 a y y f − yi 2 ∆y = (b) 2 10 000 m 2 s 2 19.6 m s 2 = 510 m Consider the whole flight of the arrow. y f = yi + v yi t + b 1 ayt 2 2 g 0 = 0 + 100 m s t + 1 −9.8 m s 2 t 2 2 e j The root t = 0 refers to the starting point. The fuel economy for walking is FG H 8 1h 3 mi 220 kcal h 8 423 mi gal. 204 Energy and Energy Transfer Section 7.9 P7.44 Energy and the Automobile At a speed of 26.8 m/s (60.0 mph), the car described in Table 7.2 delivers a power of P1 = 18.3 kW to the wheels.

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The output work of the engine is equal to its final kinetic energy, b gb 1 1 300 kg 24.6 m s 2 with power P = P7.39 (a) g 2 = 390 kJ 390 000 J ~ 10 4 W around 30 horsepower. 15.0 s ∑ W = ∆K, but ∆K = 0 because he moves at constant speed. The relationship between electricity and magnetism was written down in the 19th century by Maxwell, and his equations show elegantly the intimate relationship between electricity and magnetism. Some of the greatest developments in the period include the development of the heliocentric model of the Solar System by Nicolaus Copernicus, the pioneering work with telescopes and observational astronomy by Galileo Galilei, and the development of modern optics.