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The given vector represents a hot air balloon that experiences a 0.25 m/s2 acceleration at an angle of 60° above the horizontal.

A. Draw the horizontal and vertical components of the vector diagram.

B. Use vector resolution to find the magnitude of each component.

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The given vector represents a hot air balloon that experiences a 0.25 m/s2 acceleration at an angle of 60° above the horizontal.

horizontal component = 0.25cos60 =  0.25 /2 = 0.125 m/s^2

vetical component = 0.25sin60 = 0.2125m/s^2 

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Answer: Option B and C are True.

Explanation:
The weight of the two blocks acts downwards.
Let the weight of the two blocks be W. Solving for T₁ and T₂:
w = T₁/cos 60° -----(1);
w = T₂/cos 30° ----(2);
equating (1) and (2)
T₁/cos 60° = T₂/cos 30°;
T₁ cos 30° = T₂ cos 60°;
T₂/T₁ = cos 30°/cos 60°;
T₂/T₁ =1.73.
Therefore, option a is false since T₂ > T₁.
Option B is true since T₁ cos 30° = T₂ cos 60°.
Option C is true because the T₃ is due to the weight of the two blocks while T₄ is only due to one block.
Option D is wrong because T₁ + T₂ > T₃ by simple summation of the two forces, except by vector addition.
Answer: Option B and C are True.

Explanation:  
The weight of the two blocks acts downwards.
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Answer:

9.6 meters

Step-by-step explanation:

Time taken by the tomatoes to each the ground

using h = 1/2 g t^2 

t^2 = 2h/g = 2 x 50/ 9.8 = 10.2

t = 3.2 sec 

horizontal ditance = speed x time = 3 x 3.2 = 9.6 meters

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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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Answer:
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 barbell (m) = 100 kg
Uplifted to height (h) = 2m
Time taken= 1.5 s
Work done by Jordan = potential energy stored in barbell = mgh
= 100×2×9.8
= 1960J
Power = energy/time
= 1960/1.5
1306.67watts