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  1. ...km/hr On graph paper, the y-axis is north, and –x-axis is west . The vector for the truck’s velocity starts at the origin and the end point = (0, 106) The vector for the car’s velocity starts at the origin and...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/05/2017

  2. ... to Los Angeles fly toward the west (against the rotation). The route the pilot chooses...you don't understand this, look at a world globe, and pick a point in (say) Canada, and trace the circular path of that point ...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/05/2017

  3. Displacement is the net travel form initial to final point . In this case she had travelled 8 blocks west and 4 blocks north, so the displacement is (by using ...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/05/2017

  4. ...need to know the relative velocity of the train to the car when the train is 20m. west of the crossing. The angle will be 45 degrees, as both the...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/05/2017

  5. Let us say that north and east is positive, while south and west is negative. The x components would equal (2.87km) + (-6.19km...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/05/2017

  6. I assume you are asking "what is the magnitude of the force experienced by a particle with charge -6.2C at this spot". The magnitude of the force on a particle with charge q due to an electric field of magnitude E is simply the product: |q*E...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/05/2017

  7. Simply F = q * E I get F = 3.4e6 N to two significant digits. Now if you meant -8.0 µC, then F = 3.4 N Hope this helps!

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/04/2017

  8. A) t = 800m / 1.6m/s = 500 s B) d = 0.9m/s * 500s = 450 m C) t = d / (V1 - V2) = 450m / 0.7 m/s = 643 s D) Θ = arctan(0.9/1.6) = 29º

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 03/05/2017

  9. The acceleration is the same regardless of the direction. But we do have to change 11.0 km/h to m/s: 11.0 km/h(1000m/km)(1h/3600s) = 3.0556m/s The formula for centripetal force: F = mv^2/r F = ma a = F/m = v^2/r a = 3.0556^2/16.0 = 0.5835m/s^2

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/05/2017

  10. ... particle moves upward it experiences a force to the west ; hence the field points to the north. Hope this helps!

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 27/03/2017

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