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1. ### Finding velocity and position?

...4e^(-2t) i + 3tĀ² j + 6cos(3t) k v( t ) = -2e^(-2t) i + t^3 j + 2sin(3t) k + C ------> at t = 0 , v = 2j which means <0 , 2 , 0> v( 0...

2 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 09/09/2011

2. ### Dielectrics:What is the dielectric constant of the unlabeled paste?

C(dielectric) = C(air) x K C = Q/V so V(air)/V(dielectric) = K = E(air)/E(dielectric) since E = V/d so you just had it upside down, that's all.

1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 17/12/2012

3. ### Physics homework. Help is greatly appreciated?

F = k * C[1] * C[2] / r^2 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coulomb%27s_law...

2 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 14/02/2019

4. ### problem solving.?

K = C + 273 K = 6C + 33 6C + 33 = C + 273 5C = 240 C = 240/5 = 48

2 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 13/08/2007

5. ### A temperature of 50.0 degrees Celsius is the same as a Kelvin temperature of approximately ?

K = Ā°C+273.15, but rewritting the equation to get Kelvin we obtain: K =Ā°C+273 So the answer is 323 K.

4 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 26/01/2009

6. ### 1 Degree Kelvin equals how many Degree Celcius, & how many Farinheit Degrees equal 1 Degree Kelvin?

K= C + 273 to convert F to K -> [(F-32) / (1.8)] + 273

3 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 09/07/2011

7. ### convert the following temperatures?

a) 303.15K b) 273.15K c) 773.15K d) -273.15C e) K = C + 273.15

3 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 08/01/2008

8. ### What change in entropy occurs when a 27.9 g ice cube at -12Ā°C is transformed into steam at 115Ā°C?

c_ice = 2.05 J/g.K c_water = 4.18 J/g.K c_steam = 2.08 J/g.K Hfus...

1 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 22/09/2011

9. ### What is ā175Āŗ Celsius on the Kelvin scale?

273 - 175

3 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 08/05/2011

10. ### The density of water is the greatest at a temperature of?

Water has its maximum density at 4Ā°C which equates to 277K. As it cools below this temperature it starts to expand, until at 0Ā°C it changes to ice, which is less dense than water and so it floats.

2 Answers Ā· Science & Mathematics Ā· 12/01/2009