Motion in One Dimension
Problem #1:
A person travels by car from one city to another
with different constant speeds between pairs of cities. She drives
for 30.0 min at 80.0 km/h, 12.0 min at 100 km/h, and 45.0 min at
40.0 km/h and spends 15.0 min eating l
Problem #1: Suppose you drop a ball from rest and it bounces off the floor, rebounding, to
about half its original height. Taking the vertical y-direction to be positive in the upward
direction, sketch the ball's y-velocity vs. time graph from when the ba
Motion in One Dimension
Problem #1:
A person travels by car from one city to another
with different constant speeds between pairs of cities. She drives
for 30.0 min at 80.0 km/h, 12.0 min at 100 km/h, and 45.0 min at
40.0 km/h and spends 15.0 min eating l
Resistance
Problem #5:
Find the resistance of a silver wire 50 yd long and
0.0045 in. in diameter.
(T = 20oC, silver= 9.9 CM/ft).
Solution:
The resistance is 73.33 .
Problem #7: A 2.2- resistor is to be made of nichrome wire. If the
available wire is 1/32
Current And Voltage
Problem #1:
If 465 C of charge pass throught a wire in 2.5 min,
find the current in amperes.
Solution:
The current is 3.1 A.
Problem #2:
How many coulombs of charge pass through a lamp
in 2 min if the current is constant at 750 mA.
Sol
Coulombs Law
Problem #1 :
Find the force of attraction in Newtons between the
charges Q1 and Q2 in
figure below when
a. r = 1 m
b. r = 3 m
c. r = 10 m
Solution:
Apply Coulomb's Law.
a.
The force of attraction is 0.018 N.
b.
The force of attraction is 0.00
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SIGNAL AND ACCEPTANCE EFFICIENCIES OF MONOJET PLUS MISSING
TRANSVERSE ENERGY EVENTS AT THE LHC AT
s = 7 TeV USING THE CMS DETECTOR
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Abstract
This study determines the viability of observing supersymmetr
Im not sure if I answered this problem correctly because the answer isnt listed in the
back of the book.
Point charges of +6.0 C and -4.0 C are placed on an x axis, at x = 8.0m and x = 16m,
respectively. What charge must be placed at x = 24m so that any c