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Given: f(E)=e^(-(E/(

**k**∗T))−(b/√E)) = {e^(-(E/(**k**∗T)))}{e^−(b/√E...)v(E) + u(E)v'(E) d{f(E)}/dE = {-(1/(**k**∗T)e^(-(E/(**k**∗T)))}{e^−(b/√E)} + {e^(-(E/(**k**...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/02/2013

Assuming that

**k**= 120 kg/s² = 120 N/m Finding initial vel.(V) of block...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/07/2011

...h/p where p = momentum (=mv) The wave number,

**k**=2π/λ. Since p = h/λ, p = hk/(2π). This...orientation through the lattice; this gives different E-**k**graphs for different directions relative to the...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/08/2011

...2940 grams M = mass of hanging mass = 784 grams μ

**k**= coefficient of friction = ?? T = tension in the rope = ?? a = acceleration = 0.43 ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/10/2011

The

**K**α photons are produced by the transition from the L shell...2.16x10⁻¹¹ x 10⁹ nm . .= 0.0216nm (check arithmetic) The**K**β photons are produced by the transition from the M shell...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 04/05/2015

**k**is the Coefficient of Elasticity ===> Units...0.75 m. How much energy was required? EPE = 0.5***k*** X^2 EPE = 0.5 * 100 N/m * (0.75 m)^2 = 50 N/m * 0...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/02/2015

for spring restorative force F = -

**k**x m dv / dt = -**k**x dv = -**k**/m x dt dv = -**k**/m x {dx/v} v dv = -**k**/m dx...0 (spring retreats after reaching amplitude ------------------------- 0 = -**k**/m (a^2) + c1 >>> c1 put back (v^2) = -**k**/m (x^2) +**k**/m (a^2) v^2 =**k**...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/04/2007

...spring constant you get from the first method. I get:

**k**= F/elongation = (0.05)(9.8)/0.660 = 0.74 N/m now...^2 vs m you would get line with slope 4*Pi^2*/**k**which means you can get**k**from there. Now the...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 20/10/2011

**k**is a proportionality constant that relates pressure volume and temperature... counting number ("atoms") this means**k**has dimensions of Temperature/(Pressure*...4 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/03/2009

...presumably introduced to the "Kepler constant,

**K**" by the VERY equation in which it is... course, once one HAS the relationship P^2 =**K**a^3, the values of P or a can be ...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/01/2008