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  1. time for an object to fall 2.5 cm or 0.025 m t = √(2h/g) = √(2• 0.025/9.8) = 0.0714 sec, rounded to 0.071 s v = d/t = 45/0.071 = 630 m/s

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 16/09/2019

  2. It's just slightly shorter than average. Meanwhile your girlfriend is a full four inches taller than average for a woman. Just tell her it's not your fault she's so freakishly tall. :-)

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  3. Maybe try searching for a weight loss clinic. If that doesn't help, laxatives might empty you of leftover nutrients.

    7 Answers · Health · 18/09/2019

  4. The Front Office does not believe enough people will pay to see the show. Or, the players will not accept the script. Or, the players cannot do the choreography.

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  5. It's not clear how the 22 cm comes in. Is that the path length after the electron leaves the...? I'll assume (a) ignore relativistic effects (b) 22 cm is the path length acquired KE = charge * voltage KE = q...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/09/2019

  6. amplitude A = ½*(85 - 41)cm = 22 cm equilibrium position y₀ = ½*(85 + 41)cm = 63 cm If...

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/09/2019

  7. ...density of liquid = 100 g) but the volume of liquid can likely be neglected. 1276 cm^3 = 0.001276 m^3 0.001276 m^3 / (0.16 m^3/kg) = 0.007975 kg = 7.975 g ...

    1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 15/09/2019

  8. ...those you get. C = 2 pi r Path length = pi×r/2 = pi×7.7cm = 24.19 cm displacement 90° chord or side of inscribed square. The circle's area...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 05/10/2019

  9. Δx = -7.15-3.58 = -10.73 cm -10.73 = 5.97*1.85+a/2*1.85^2 a = 2*(-10.73-5.97*1.85)/1.85^2 = -12.72 cm/sec^2

    3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 02/10/2019

  10. ...!Answers. x = x₀ + v₀*t + ½at² -3.31 cm = 4.38cm + 17.6cm/s*2.34s + ½a(2.34s)² solves to a...

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