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the track is frictionless. Which object goes highest up the right side? a) hoop
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tensile force of 500 N is applied to each end of the wire. What minimum
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in the horizontal pipe shown with changing cross—sectional area. Area 1 is
2 m2, area 2 is 0.5 m2, and the ﬂow speed at point A is 1 m/s. Find the
pressure change from point A to B (PB —— PA). a) 1.5><103 Pa
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rod is then completely submerged in the water. The block does not touch
any part of the ﬂask, and the person holding the block will not tell you
whether the block is being pulled up (keeping it from falling further) or
pushed down (keeping it from bobbing back up). What does the scale read now?
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when the ice cube melts? a The water overﬂows.
c) The water level decreases.
d) To answer the question, one needs to know the area of the glass and ice volume.
e) It is impossible to determine. An evacuated bell jar is separated from the base plate by a rubber gasket, . as shown. What is'the total force bearing down on the. gasket if. the outer
radius of the bell jar R is 0.1 In, and the gaskets Width} w is much smaller
than~_R?. Neglect the weight of the glass; atmOsphericpressure is_'1>05 Pa." M a) 79x102N basket
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course PHYSICS 124 taught by Professor Madey during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.
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