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Posted 1 month ago by jwho10 in Social Studies 30-1 | 2 answers
I need help with this question please I don't understand, I need it by tomorrow please I'm desperate.
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..... how do I find the net force with on the 1000kg satellite, if the distance from the center earth to the moon is 384 00km, and the mass of the moon is 7.36 × 10^22 kg when the satellite is halfway between them
... how do i find the acceleration of gravity (grevitational field strength) happening on a Russian Space Monkey orbiting the Earth 250km above the surface of the Earth.
also, can someone tell me how to find the tension? ex.having 10 mass (uk=0.55) and 3.5m/s^2
please show the procedure so I can do it on my own once again. thanks a lot
Posted 1 month ago by minilol in Physics 20 | 0 answers
While travelling at a constant speed in an airplane, a passengers weight is 750 N, when the airplane accelerates down, his apparent weight is 672 N. What is the acceleration???
Posted 1 month ago by mk1243 in Physics 20 | 2 answers
#acceleration #net force #math review
Hydrazine, N2H4(aq), is used in the preparation of polymers, pharmaceuticals and rocket fuel. Hydrazine has alkaline properties similar to ammonia and will act as a weak base. Given that a 100 mL sample of 0.10 mol/L hydrazine solution has a pH of 10.55 at 25.0 oC, write the formula for the conjugate acid and calculate the Ka of the conjugate acid.
Posted 1 month ago by zamanmina in Chemistry 30 | 0 answers
Calculate the pH of a 0.025 mol/L solution of sodium nitrite.
Posted 1 month ago by zamanmina in Chemistry 30 | 3 answers
#chemistry 30 #ph
A 1250 kg car slams on the brakes and skids on the icy road. If the car has to apply just 562N to get moving again, then 250N to maintain a constant speed (assume air resistance is negligible), what are the coefficients of static friction and kinetic friction of the road.
Posted 2 months ago by mk1243 in Physics 20 | 1 answers
#net force #friction
Posted 2 months ago by Eyuan in Biology 30 | 0 answers
You attach a force scale to a toboggan resting in the snow:
-what is the min value of static friction and under what conditions would you observe that value on your force scale
-what happens when you start to pull on the force scale but it remains stationary
-what happens when your applied force exceeds the mas static force
-what happens to the number on the force scale in the moment the toboggan begins to move
-what 2 forces (equal in magnitude opposite in direction) is the scale measuring when you pull on the toboggan and it moves at a constant speed
Posted 2 months ago by mk1243 in Physics 20 | 0 answers
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