4.81e+20 electrons pass through a point in an electrical circuit
every 4.96 seconds.
(a) 2080 C of charge pass through that point in how many
minutes?
(b) The current though that point is ______ A.
(c) If the resistance of the circuit is 29.3 ? across this leg of
the circuit, the voltage across this leg of the circuit is _______
V.
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Object A, which has been charged to + 16 nC , is at the origin. Object B, which has been charged to − 22 nC , is at
(x,y)=(0.0cm,2.0cm)What is the magnitude of the electric force on
object
A?
Express your answer using two significant figures.
Part B
What is the magnitude of the electric force on object B?
Part C
What is the direction of the electric force on object A?
a. | positive x-axis |
b. | positive y-axis |
c. | negative x-axis |
d. | negative y-axis |
Part D
What is the direction of the electric force on object B?
a.positive x-axis | |
b.positive y-axis | |
c. | negative x-axis |
d. | negative y-axis |
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Scientists want to place a 4 × 10^{3} kg satellite in orbit around Mars. They plan to have the satellite orbit a distance equal to 2.3 times the radius of Mars above the surface of the planet. Here is some information that will help solve this problem:
m_{mars} = 6.4191 x 10^{23} kg
r_{mars} = 3.397 x 10^{6} m
G = 6.67428 x 10^{-11} N-m^{2}/kg^{2}
1)
What is the force of attraction between Mars and the satellite?
2)
What speed should the satellite have to be in a perfectly circular orbit?
3)
How much time does it take the satellite to complete one revolution?
4)
What should the radius of the orbit be (measured from the center of Mars), if we want the satellite to take 8 times longer to complete one full revolution of its orbit?
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A monochromatic light source emits 164 W of average electromagnetic power uniformly in all directions. The speed of light is 3 � 10^8 m/s. Calculate the average electric-field energy density 4 m from the source. Answer in units of J/m3 . (u_{E}=1/2 E_{0}E^{2})
Calculate the average magnetic-field energy density at the same distance from the source. u_{E}=1/2 E_{0}(cB)^{2}
Find the wave intensity at this location.
What is the pressure exerted by the light on a mirror located at the same distance from the source, assuming normal incidence and total reflection?
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You MUST show all the diagrams, formulas, substitutions, calculations, results, and unit to receive the whole credit for each problem.
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a) What is the difference between a mechanical wave and an electromagnetic wave? In complete sentences
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You and your team get a distress call from another ship
indicating that there has been an explosion and their propulsion
and navigation systems are now off line. A large piece of their
ship has been jettisoned into space, and their life support systems
are failing. They need help as soon as possible. You try to track
them, but are only able to pick up the piece of the craft that had
been projected away from them in the explosion. You look up the
make and model of their ship, a Galaxy Explorer 5000 (GE 5000),
which has a total mass of 52000 kg. The piece heading in your
direction is the ship’s storage module, and has a mass of 9000
kg.
The GE 5000 was at rest with respect to your ship at the time of
the explosion.
(a) Assuming you received the distress call 20
minutes before the jettisoned storage module passed by your ship at
a speed of 630 m/s, what is the speed of the damaged craft?
(b) How far away is the Galaxy Explorer 5000 when
its storage module passes by?
(c) In which direction, and how fast must you go,
in order to catch up with the GE 5000 before its life support
systems fail. (The crew had 80 minutes of life support left when
they made the distress call, so you have 60 minutes to get to
them.)
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A. Consider two concentric spherical structures of radius r1 and
r2 such that r1 < r2 and full load Q and -2Q respectively.
Calculate the magnitude of the field on ́ectrico in all three
regions, i.e. within the smaller sphere, between the spheres and
outside the sphere of the larger radius.
Where does the electric field point to for this system?
(no matter what material these concentric spherical are made of)
B. Two cylindrical coaxial shells with radius r1 and r2 such that
r1 < r2 and with linear charge density λ and -λ. Calculate the
magnitude of the electric field in the three regions: inside the
smaller cylinder, between the cylinders and outside the larger
cylinder.
Where does the field on ́ectrico point to for this system?
(no matter what material these cylinders are made of)
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Two 10-cm-diameter electrodes 0.52 cm apart form a parallel-plate capacitor. The electrodes are attached by metal wires to the terminals of a 20 Vbattery.
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What are a) the charge on each electrode, b) the electric field strength inside the capacitor, and c) the potential difference between the electrodes while the capacitor is attached to the battery?
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What are a) the charge on each electrode, b) the electric field strength inside the capacitor, and c) the potential difference between the electrodes after insulating handles are used to pull the electrodes away from each other until they are 1.0 cm apart? The electrodes remain connected to the battery during this process.
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What are a) the charge on each electrode, b) the electric field strength inside the capacitor, and c) the potential difference between the electrodes after the original electrodes (not the modified electrodes of parts D-F) are expanded until they are 20 cm in diameter while remaining connected to the battery?
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A point charge of is at the origin, and a second
point charge of +6.00nC is on the x axis at x=0.800m Find
the magnitude and direction of the electric field at each
of the following points on the x axis
a)x=20.0cm b)x=1.20m c) -20.0cm
so, since its electric field question using e=k*q/r^2 i can solve this
so, e= (k*q/r^2) + (k*q/r^2)
so, +6.00nC is on the x axis at x=0.800m....
and -4.00nC is at the origin.. so 0.
a) e= (k*4*10^-9c / 2*10^-2m) + (k*6*10^-9c / .800m ?)
it say its on the x axis at .800.. right?
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GROUP Assignment. A block of mass m = 680 grams is attached to a spring whose spring constant k is 65 N/m. The block is pulled a distance x = 11 cm from its equilibrium position at x = 0 on a frictionless surface and released from rest at t = 0 s. (a) What are the angular frequency ω, frequency f, and period T of the resulting motion? (b) What is the amplitude A, the maximum speed v_{max}, and the maximum acceleration a_{max} of the block?
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1) a 130 pound block slides up a 22.6'' en dine with coefficient of friction of 0.1 and initial velocity of 30 ft/sec. how far will the block slide up the incline before coming to rest?
a)18ft
b)29ft
c)42ft
d)57ft
2) Luio Freight cars weighing 5000 kg each roll toward each other and couple. The left car has a velocity of 1.5 m/s and the right car has a velocity of 1.2 m/s prior to impact. What is the velocity of the two cars coupled together after the impact?
a)0.013 m/s
b)0.26m/s
c)1.4 m/s
d) 16 m/s
3) A point travels in a circle according to to w=6t^2-10t . where t is in second. Determine the angular displacement between t=1s and t=3s.
a)6rad
b)10rad
c)12rad
d)15rad
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A playground slide is 7.50 ft long and makes an angle of 34.0° with the horizontal. A 59.0-kg child, initially at the top, slides all the way down to the bottom of the slide.
(a) Choosing the bottom of the slide as the reference configuration, what is the system's potential energy when the child is at the top and at the bottom of the slide? What is the change in potential energy as the child slides from the top to the bottom of the slide? (Include the sign of the value in your answer.)
U_{top} |
= J |
U_{bottom} |
= J |
ΔU |
= J |
(b) Repeat part (a), choosing the top of the slide as the reference
configuration. (Include the sign of the value in your answer.)
U_{top} |
= J |
U_{bottom} |
= J |
ΔU |
= J |
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A series RCL circuit has a resonant frequency of 1470 Hz. When operating at a frequency other than 1470 Hz, the circuit has a capacitive reactance of 5.0 ? and an inductive reactance of 25.0 ?.
(a) What is the value of L?
(b) What is the value of C?
Me and a friend have been trying to figure this out for a while. I know I have the XL = 2*pi*f*L formula.
Any help would be appreciated (particularly if its in detailed/clear steps) so I can figure out how to do this problem that could very well be on the test.
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1.A golfer hits a shot to a green that is elevated 2.80 m above the point where the ball is struck. The ball leaves the club at a speed of 19.9 m/s at an angle of 32.0˚ above the horizontal. It rises to its maximum height and then falls down to the green. Ignoring air resistance, find the speed of the ball just before it lands.
2.A 53.8-kg crate rests on a level floor at a shipping dock. The coefficients of static and kinetic friction are 0.720 and 0.379, respectively. What horizontal pushing force is required to (a) just start the crate moving and (b) slide the crate across the dock at a constant speed?
PLZ help me with these two Questions. Thanks a lot.
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A cannonball at ground level is aimed 30 degrees above the horizontal and is fired with an initial speed of 125 m/s. A) how far away from the cannon will the cannonball hit the ground? B) What is the highest point of its trajectory?
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