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Give two examples explaining where using conservation of energy to solve a problem is easier than other the methods. Explain how you would use energy to solve the problem and why it is easier. 75-150

1a. Give 6 examples where Energy is Conserved in an event.
1b. Give 6 examples where Energy is NOT Conserved in an
event.
1c. Give 2 examples of an event where Momentum is NOT
Conserved.

- In your own words, explain potential energy, kinetic energy,
conservation of energy and examples in daily life.
- In your own words, explain the definition of work in
Physics.
- In your own words, explain Hooke's Law and elastic potential
energy.

Explain conservation of mechanical energy (including formula) in
terms of potential and kinetic energy using an example in your
sport

USING CONSERVATION OF ENERGY AND WORK ENERGY PRINCIPLE:
A block of mass m=1.8 kg on a table is pushed against a spring
that has a force constant of k=250 N/m, compressing it 20 cm (the
block is not attached to the spring). The block is then released,
and the spring pushes the block to move to the right. The
coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the table is
0.45.
(a) Find the distance the block will travel before...

Principle of Conservation Energy is always being applied to
solve engineering mechanic analysis. Explain what is Principle of
Conservation Energy and when it is suitable to use this principle.
Use appropriate real life application in your discussion.

Solve the following problem using the simplex method. If the
problem is two dimensional, graph the feasible region, and outline
the progress of the algorithm.
Max
Z = 5X1 + 3X2 +
2X3
Subject to 4X1 + 5X2 +
2X3 + X4≤ 20
3X1 + 4X2 - X3 + X4≤ 30
X1, X2, X3, X4 ≥
0

1)What is energy? Is it conserved, and how is this conservation
different than momentum?
2) What is the difference between a closed system and an
isolated system?
3) What is the difference between elastic, inelastic,
totally inelastic, and super-elastic collision?
4) What is Mazur's notation for relative
velocity and what is relative velocity anyway?

Using each of the four market segmentation strategies, give
examples for types of products where using that segmentation
strategy would make sense. Justify your ideas.

Give 2 examples on HOW coase theorem can solve the problem of
positive externality . Again , i would like to know HOW coase
theorem can apply in the examples to solve the problem , not just
the example only , thank you in advance.

A) Where does the wavefunction have any amplitude at all? --
conservation of energy
B) What is the frequency (density of nodes) at different
locations? -- kinetic energy
C) What is the amplitude (hence amplitude of Ψ ∗ Ψ ) --
probability density

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