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Satellites   2008-05-16 05:55:37 Answer(s)2
The space shuttle releases a sattelite into a circular orbit 680 km above the Earth. How fast must the shuttle be moving (relative to the Earth's center) when the release occurs? I know that G...
Source: Introductory Physics
components of velocity   2008-05-16 05:55:37 Answer(s)18
A ball is thrown toward a cliff of height h with a speed of 30m/s and an angle of 60 degrees above horizontal. It lands on the edge of the cliff 4.0s later. How high is the cliff? do you just use...
Source: Introductory Physics
Kinetic/Potential Energy of Vehicle on Ramps   2008-05-16 05:55:39 Answer(s)2
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Under the influence of gravity g, a vehicle with mass m and initial velocity v0, travels a distance d1 to the bottom of a Frictionless...
Source: Introductory Physics
How does charge move from the inside to the outside of the butterfly-net?   2008-05-16 05:55:41 Answer(s)0
Please can someone help me with this? Thanks in advance. :) 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data 'No charge is present on the inside surface of a charged hollow conductor'....
Source: Introductory Physics
Newton's Second Law Equations   2008-05-16 05:55:42 Answer(s)5
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data After falling from rest at a height of 29.8 m, a 0.596 kg ball rebounds upward, reaching a height of 23.9 m. If the contact between ball...
Source: Introductory Physics
A stack of books (conflicting answers)   2008-05-16 05:55:42 Answer(s)1
There are six books in a stack, and each book weighs 5N. The coefficient of Friction between the books is 0.2. With what horizontal force must one push to start sliding the top five books off the...
Source: Introductory Physics
Newton's Second Law-Pulley problem   2008-05-16 05:55:44 Answer(s)10
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 4.0-kg oak block on a horizontal, rough oak surface is attached by a light string that passes over a light, Frictionless pulley to a...
Source: Introductory Physics
Stellar Opacity Power Law   2008-05-16 05:55:45 Answer(s)0
I am trying to write some code to produce a model of a star. I've done loads of research and come to the conclusion that for ease i want to represent the opacity in my model with the power...
Source: Homework Help Archive
Physics Problem Please Help   2008-05-16 05:55:46 Answer(s)19
Heres The Problem: The Electric Field everywhere on the surface of a thin spherical shell of radius 0.750 m is measured to be equal to 890 N/C and points radially toward the center of the...
Source: Homework Help Archive
[SOLVED] Fun ski area problem   2008-05-16 05:55:47 Answer(s)3
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A T-bar tow is planned in a new ski area. At any one time, it will be required, to pull a maximum of 82 skiers up a 609-m slope inclined...
Source: Introductory Physics
Connections...   2008-05-16 05:55:49 Answer(s)0
Two bulbs, where bulb A has a power rating double that of the bulb B, are connected in series. Which bulb is brighter? But what would happen if they are connected in parallel? Which is...
Source: Homework Help Archive
centripetel acceleration and tension   2008-05-16 05:55:50 Answer(s)11
the question is a 2.0 kg object is attached to a 1.5 m long string and swung in a vertical circle at a constant speed of 12 m/s. a. what is the tension in the string when the object is at the bottom...
Source: Introductory Physics
Problems w/ rotational dynamics and angular momentum...   2008-05-16 05:55:51 Answer(s)7
1) A centrifuge rotor rotating at 10,300 rpm is shut off and is eventually brought uniformly to rest by a Frictional torque of 1.20 m-N. If the mass of the rotor is 4.8 kg and it can be approximated...
Source: Introductory Physics
Barometric pressure to find height of building   2008-05-16 05:55:53 Answer(s)2
A mercury barometer reads 740 mm on the roof of a building and 760.0 mm on the ground. Assuming a constant value of 1.29 kg/m3 for the density of air, determine the height of the building. Okay...
Source: Introductory Physics
Equilibrium   2008-05-16 05:55:53 Answer(s)1
The diagram shows a horizontal beam of negligible mass. The wall exerts a 42.0N horizontal force on the lever. Find the weight of the load. (answer: 16.1N) I can't figure out which direction the...
Source: Introductory Physics
How to configure Serial cradle   2008-05-16 05:55:54 Answer(s)5
I feel like an idiot... OK, my 505 had the Hot Sync failure feature, which I really enjoyed when it kicked in. Anyway. In many conversations with Palm people, I explained to them that I needed a...
Source: m500 series
Marble Roller Coaster Help...   2008-05-16 05:55:55 Answer(s)6
In my 11th grade physics class we had to design and make a marble roller coaster. Now we have to write a paper explaining how one aspect of our coaster works. I chose to do the jump, but I really...
Source: Homework Help Archive
Impossible Questions...NEED HELP!   2008-05-16 05:55:56 Answer(s)5
I really need help with these questions on my review sheet. I don't understand them and i have a test tommorrow. Can somebody show me how to do it, along with the answer. Do NOT answer in...
Source: Introductory Physics
Dreaded WKB problem   2008-05-16 05:55:58 Answer(s)5
Consider the potential V(x) = for x V(x) = 0 for x 0. Find the exact and WKB wavefunction for the situation where a particle has E = 10 in units where . Any suggestions guys? James
Source: Homework Help Archive
Kundt's tube   2008-05-16 05:55:58 Answer(s)2
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data I just used the Kundt's tube to illustrate the effect of a standing sound wave in a glas tube. The characteristic nodes and antinodes...
Source: Introductory Physics
angular momentum problem   2008-05-16 05:55:59 Answer(s)3
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two masses M each are connected by a rigid rod of negligible mass having length a.The CM of the system is stationary in a gravity free...
Source: Introductory Physics



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