n A Hydraulic process, a 20-kg load on the left piston will support a 600-kg load on the right piston. How does the pressure of fluid against the lower part of the left piston compare with the pressur
A 20.0 L tank contains 0.225 kg of helium at 18.0 C. The molar mass of helium is 4.00 g/mol. (a)How many moles of helium are in the tank? (b)What is the pressure in the tank, in Pascals and in atmosph
5.If the mass on top of the left piston was doubled to 40 kg, how would this affect the upward force on the right piston? Use the areas given and calculated in #4.
5. Find the current in the 10.0 omega resistor in the drawing (V1 = 22.0 V and R1 = 24.0 omega). in A https://general.physics.rutgers.edu/gifs/CJ/20-25.gif
4. Determine the voltage across the 5.0 omega resistor in the drawing (V1 = 11.0 V and V2 = 16.0 V). in V https://general.physics.rutgers.edu/gifs/CJ/20-24.gif
3. Determine the equivalent resistance between the points A and B for the group of resistors in the drawing. Use R1 = 7 omega, R2 = 3 omega, and R3 = 8 omega. Req = in omega https://general.phys
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In a hydraulic process (as pictured above), a 20- kg load on the left piston will support a 600- kg load on the right piston. How does the pressure of fluid against the lower part of the left pis
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