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  1. ...x10 (rarely used) h (hecto) = x100 (rarely used) k (kilo) = x1000 = e3 M (Mega) = x1000000 = e6 G...x1000000000000000000000 = e21 d (deci) = /10 = e-1 (rarely used) c (cent) = /100 = e-2 (rarely used except for cm) m (milli...

    5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/05/2020

  2. ...sign, the equilibrium point must be between them. Measured from q1, we need k*5.00e-9C / d² = k*2.00e-9C / (0.400m - d)² 5.00*(0...

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  3. ...kt) N= Ni at t=0 Ni= Ce^(k0)=C The solution becomes  N= Nie... at t=120 min. So, 0.307Ni= Nie^k(120) 0.307= e^k(120) ln(0.307)=k*120 k=−0.0098408960949591...

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  4. EDIT If we assume the object can’t move in the y-direction then the velocity remains constant (5.0*10^4 m/s). That's because of symmetry.  The x-components of attraction and repulsion forces (from the upper and lower halves of the ring) have equal...

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  5. ...the opposing E fields are equal. Factor out k and 1e-9 -6/x² = -3/(0.6-x)² +6/x² = +3/(0.6-x)²...

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  6. Supposing the sucrose does not hydrolyze: (25.7 g C12H22O11) / (342.2965 g C12H22O11/mol) / (1 L) x (0.082057366 L atm/K mol) x (20 + 273) K = 1.81 atm 

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  7. See (a) and (b) in image. (c) Ex = (k*Q / ymax) * x₀ * ∫ [0..., including E = [k*Q / (x₀*ymax)] * √[2... above the -x axis Part (c) seems really cumbersome, so ...

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  8. PV = n RT 395 kPa (3.1 L) = n (8.314 kPa L/molK)(290 K) n = 0.51 mol

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  9. PV = n RT 98.66 kPa (V) = 0.227 mol (8.314 kPa L/molK)(302 K) V = 7.05 L

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  10. ...per 435 hours if you want for repairs then the answer is (c) P(K< 5) where K is a variable with Poisson distribution...

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