a 10 b 100 c 1000 d 10000 e None of the above There are two types of calories

A 10 b 100 c 1000 d 10000 e none of the above there

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a) 10 b) 100 c) 1000 d) 10,000 e) None of the above
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There are two types of calories used to designate a quantity of energy. The small calorie spelled with a small c and the large Calorie spelled with a Capital C. How many small calories in a Calorie? a) 10 b) 100 c) 1000 d) 10,000 e) None of the above
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What is Energy Density? a) The energy in something per unit volume b) The amount of energy stored in something divided by its weight c) The total energy stored in an object d) None of the above
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What is Energy Density? a) The energy in something per unit volume b) The amount of energy stored in something divided by its weight c) The total energy stored in an object d) None of the above
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In physics what is the definition of power? a) Money b) What a professor has when he or she is about to give a student a grade c) The rate at which energy is used or released d) Energy times the amount of time it is used
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In physics what is the definition of power? a) Money b) What a professor has when he or she is about to give a student a grade c) The rate at which energy is used or released d) Energy times the amount of time it is used
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Power is measured in Watts. 1 Watt times 1 second is 1 joule. If I use 120 joules of energy in 60 seconds how may Watts have I used? a) 2 b) 20 c) 7200 d) 72 e) None of the above
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Power is measured in Watts. 1 Watt times 1 second is 1 joule. If I use 120 joules of energy in 60 seconds how may Watts have I used? a) 2 b) 20 c) 7200 d) 72 e) None of the above
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As discussed in class, what was the genius of the 9-11 attack? a) The use of airplanes b) The selection of the buildings c) The low risk of failure d) None of the above
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As discussed in class, what was the genius of the 9-11 attack? a) The use of airplanes b) The selection of the buildings c) The low risk of failure d) None of the above
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You learned earlier this semester that force is the rate of change in momentum and momentum is mass times velocity. As an upper floor of the Trade Center carrying the mass of the floors above it started to fall it began to gain velocity. When it encountered the floor just below it, it was slowed significantly for just a few seconds. Did this change in momentum create sufficient force to break lose the floor it encountered? a) Yes b) No
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You learned earlier this semester that force is the rate of change in momentum and momentum is mass times velocity. As an upper floor of the Trade Center carrying the mass of the floors above it started to fall it began to gain velocity. When it encountered the floor just below it, it was slowed significantly for just a few seconds. Did this change in momentum create sufficient force to break lose the floor it encountered? a) Yes b) No
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When is a risk assessment typically done? a) During the planning process for a project b) After a failure occurs c) When a threat is received d) Because it is so expensive it is only done when it is politically advisable.
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When is a risk assessment typically done?
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