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What do you get when you evaluate the

**LHS**? Since v = 11.4 km/s is suspiciously close to the escape velocity, you should...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 01/05/2017

...field and orient your surface. Look at the problem. You have the

**LHS**of the div theorem. Notice that F dot n = 10x + 10y + z² right...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 12/12/2012

When in equilibrium the weight on the RHS = weight

**LHS**. Given the section of length "h" is the same both sides...1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/05/2008

♣ f=cos(n1*x +n2*y +n3*z –u*t);

**LHS**is ∂^2f/∂x^2 = -f *n1^2; ∂^2f/∂y^2 = -f *n2^2; ∂^2f/∂z^2 = -f *n3^2; ♦ Δ(f) = -f *(n1^2 +n2^2 +n3^2) = (1/u^2)* (-f*u^2), where n1^2 +n2^2 +n3^2 =1; QED;1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 09/10/2008

...acceleration (to the left) of m2 and m3. Substituting for "a" on the

**LHS**we have g*m3*m1 / (m2 + m3) = a' * (m2 + m3) a' = g * m1 * m3 / (m2 + m3...2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 22/06/2015

...water in the tube is unchanged, the water level on the left-hand side (

**LHS**) must rise by the same column-length, X. (So we see that X = 1.5...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/08/2010

... ---> 2H2O. Here you see four hydrogen atoms on the

**LHS**and four as water on the RHS. And there are two oxygens...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/12/2012

... of reference. We shall call the Left hand side of the equation

**LHS**= 1m/s And the Right hand side of the equation as RHS = ...3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 24/08/2009

...end on the right-hand side. Assuming that the entire vertical portion of the

**LHS**is filled with gasoline, and that the entire vertical portion of the ...6 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 23/07/2007

Using work energy theorem, Kf-Ki=Wf+Wg Hence,

**LHS**=0 Thus Wf=-Wg Work done by gravity is mgh or 77.9*102.7*sin 13.7*101 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/12/2011