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# When dropped from rest, any object will fall a total distance of 19.6 m in the first 2 seconds of its fall. How far does the object fall just during the 2nd second (i.e., from time t= 1 s to t = 2 s)?

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14.6 m

Step-by-step explanation:

For the first sec.

Using h=1/2 gt^2

= 1/2 x 10x 1^2 = 5m

Remaining height  = 19.6-5 = 14.6 m

Height covered in 2nd second = 14.6 m

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Options:
a. 0.08 meters
b. 0.16 meters
c. 0.32 meters
d. 1.8 meters

b. 0.16 meters

Explanation:
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Option D

Step-by-step explanation:

D.
Heat each cube to the same temperature, place each cube into different containers with 500 grams of water at the same temperature, and measure the temperature of the water.

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see below.

Step-by-step explanation:

To solve this problem, we can use the conservation of energy and conservation of momentum principles.

Conservation of energy:

The total initial energy is the rest energy of the proton and neutron, which is given by:

Ei = (mp + mn)c^2

where mp and mn are the masses of the proton and neutron, respectively, and c is the speed of light.

The total final energy is the rest energy of the deuteron plus the energy of the gamma ray, which is given by:

Ef = (md)c^2 + Eg

where md is the mass of the deuteron and Eg is the energy of the gamma ray.

According to the conservation of energy principle, the initial energy and final energy must be equal, so we have:

Ei = Ef

(mp + mn)c^2 = (md)c^2 + Eg

Conservation of momentum:

The total initial momentum is zero because the proton and neutron are at rest. The total final momentum is the momentum of the deuteron and the momentum of the gamma ray. Since the gamma ray is massless, its momentum is given by:

pg = Eg/c

where pg is the momentum of the gamma ray.

According to the conservation of momentum principle, the total final momentum must be equal to zero, so we have:

0 = pd + pg

where pd is the momentum of the deuteron.

Solving for md and pd:

From the conservation of energy equation, we can solve for md:

md = (mp + mn - Eg/c^2)/c^2

Substituting this expression into the conservation of momentum equation, we get:

pd = -pg = -Eg/c

Substituting the given values, we have:

mp = 1.6726 × 10^-27 kg mn = 1.6749 × 10^-27 kg Eg = 2.2 × 10^6 eV = 3.52 × 10^-13 J

Using c = 2.998 × 10^8 m/s, we get:

md = (1.6726 × 10^-27 kg + 1.6749 × 10^-27 kg - 3.52 × 10^-13 J/(2.998 × 10^8 m/s)^2)/(2.998 × 10^8 m/s)^2 = 3.3435 × 10^-27 kg

pd = -Eg/c = -(3.52 × 10^-13 J)/(2.998 × 10^8 m/s) = -1.1723 × 10^-21 kg·m/s

Therefore, the mass of the deuteron is 3.3435 × 10^-27 kg, and its momentum is -1.1723 × 10^-21 kg·m/s.

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The question specifies the diameter of the screw, therefore the IMA of this screw is 0.812? / 0.318 = 8.02

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7.25 secs.

Explanation:
First find the distance it takes to stop
s = [v^2-u^2]/2a = 0^2 - 8.7^2/2[-2.4] = 8.7^2/4.8
Next find the time it takes to go that distance , s = ut +[1/2] at^2
8.7^2/4.8 = 8.7t +[1/2] [ -2.4]t^2 , rearrange and
t^2 -[8.7/1.2]+ 8.7^2/[(1.2)(4.8)]=0 complete the square
[t - (8.7/2.4)]^2=0
t = 8.7/2.4 = 3.625 secs
At this stage the deceleration will push the object back in the direction it came from for another 3.625 secs when it will be 8.7 m/s again
Total time , T =2t = 7.25 secs.

Note:
The term differential is used in calculus to refer to an infinitesimal (infinitely small) change in some varying quantity. For example, if x is a variable, then a change in the value of x is often denoted Δx (pronounced delta x). The differential dx represents an infinitely small change in the variable x.
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First sum applied the Newton's second law motion: F = ma
Force = mass* acceleration
This motion define force as the product of mass times Acceleration (vs.Velocity). Since acceleration is the change in velocity divided by time,
force=(mass*velocity)/time
such that, (mass*velocity)/time=momentum/time
Therefore we get mass*velocity=momentum
Momentum=mass*velocity
Elephant mass=6300 kg; velocity=0.11 m/s
Momentum=6300*0.11
P=693 kg (m/s)
Dolphin mass=50 kg; velocity=10.4 m/s
Momentum=50*10.4
P=520 kg (m/s)
The elephant has more momentum(P) because it is large.
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The change in temperature is 9.52°CExplanation:Since, the heat supplied by the electric kettle is totally used to increase the temperature of the water.Thus, from the law of conservation of energy can be stated as:Heat Supplied by Electric Kettle = Heat Absorbed by WaterHeat Supplied by Electric Kettle = m C ΔTwhere,Heat Supplied by Electric Kettle = 20,000 JMass of water = m = 0.5 kgSpecific Heat Capacity of Water = C = 4200 J/kg.°CChange in Temperature of Water = ΔTTherefore,20,000 J = (0.5 kg)(4200 J/kg.°C) ΔTΔT = 20,000 J/(2100 J/°C)ΔT = 9.52°C
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Weight of jasmine (m) = 400 N
Height climbed on wall (h) = 5m
Total time taken in climbing = 5 sec
Work done in climbing the wall = rise in potential energy = mgh
= 400×9.8×51
= 19600J
Power generated by Jasmine = potential energy / time
= 19600/5
= 3920Watts
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The horizontal and vertical motions of balloons are independent from each other.
Let vertical component of initial velocity U' horizontal component of initial velocity U"
Time of landing (t) is found with the help of vertical motion.
Since vertical component of initial velocity of balloon is zero(U' = 0)
From equation h = U't + 1/2gt^2
h = 1/2gt^2
t = √(2h/g)
t = √( 2×150/9.8)
t = 5.53 sec
Horizontal velocity = 50m/s
Horizontal range of balloon, R = U"t
= 50× 5.53
= 27.65m
So the balloon will go 27.65 metre away from the bridge
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Gravity acceleration (g) = 9.8m/s^2
Time (t) = 3sec
Acceleration = velocity/time
Velocity = acceleration×time
= 9.8×3
= 29.4m/s
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