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...relativistic mass M is km, where k is the Lorentz factor,

**k**=**c**/ (c^2 - v^2), where c is of course the speed of light. Now, we usually...5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/11/2006

... with this speed. Then time of traverse dt will be dt = dx/(-c/kx) = -(

**k**/**c**)* xdx So the total time of traverse (T) to go over right from the height...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 06/03/2010

...it like that! Note that you can only use kelvin for this, not celcius.

**K**=**C**+ 273. so: So we have 2 sets, v1 and 21C, and v2 and ...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/09/2011

... = 2pi*sqrt(m) * 1/sqrt(k) y = m*x + c y => T x => 1/sqrt(

**k**)**c**= 0 (should go through origin) slope m = 2pi*sqrt(mass) Unit is kg^0...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/05/2013

...formula: we'll get: x = [ -b + sqrt(b^2 - 4ac) ] / 2a which: b = 2μmg a =

**k****c**= -mv^2 we'll get: b^2 -4ac = 2 sqrt(μmg + kmv^2) ==> x = 2[-μmg + sqrt...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/08/2012

Let T1 = tension in cable AB and T2 = tension in cable BC. Let a = common acceleration of the system. Cosidering free body diagrams of blocks A, B and

**C**, for dynamic equilibrium of the blocks, 25g * sin30...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/11/2011

Well basically, E will apply force on electron in -j^ because e- is -vely charged so B has to be in dirxn. outwards perpendicular to plane of paper i.e. in +ve

**k**^ (flemming left hand rule) so as to cancel force due to E. So answer is out of B) or E) option, pt...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 28/10/2013

I think: BACC Explanation follows. _______________________________ (i) B is true because for a cross product to be zero, the vectors must be parallel. (3î) X B=0 means B is parallel to î (the x axis...

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/11/2012

both are right. good luck picking best answer!

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 11/01/2008

If the air is gone, the potential energy from the spring should equal the potential energy the dart has when it reaches maximum height, but that's not the case here. The potential energy from the spring = force x dist. (spring compression) x (distance spring goes back to original length) = work...

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