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1. When the particle has the position vector r = (2.00 m)i − (3.00 m) j + (2.00 m)k, the force is F = Fxi + (7.00 N ) j − (7.10 N )k?

...10) When I plug that into wolfram alpha, I get F = -3.80 ( N )

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 30/07/2020

2. The standard cell potential for the reaction below is 0.74 V, what is LaTeX: \DeltaΔGo at 25oC for the reaction? (F = 96,485 J /V.mol e-)?

...you didn't give the reaction, I don't know what n for your cell is. But just plug in everything and calculate DeltaΔGo. Your answer will be in J /mol.

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 29/06/2020

3. Impulse and momentum problem help?

...about the peak, you have two triangles to calculate. J = ½ * 2500N * 7.0ms = 8.75 N·s...43 kg = vf You lumped the 10 in the numerator, but you need the paren moved over to the left to properly...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 26/06/2020

4. A 4.90 kg object on a horizontal frictionless surface is attached to a spring with spring constant 1060 N /m. ?

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 31/07/2020

5. This is more of me looking for suggestions but to all Americans: if I were to rename America for plot reasons, what could I name it?

... derived from the Franks, but the Greeks use a name derived..., D - F, G - J , K - L, M - N , P - R, S - T, ...

5 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 15/07/2020

6. Is it correct for me to say that 1 Joule of energy is equals to 1N of force?

... movement.  A force alone does not provide energy.  ie 1 J could be produced by a force of 1N moving something 1m.  But also by 0.5 N moving 2 m .  W ( energy) = F * d

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 07/06/2020

7. Physics lab?

... the top right point again, 4.9 N = 4.93N/m * Δx .../m*(0.99m)² = 2.435 J and you are supposed...in GPE -- m*g*Δx. But you haven't given us...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/11/2019

8. Physics - Gauss' Law?

... not want to try to tackle this one, but it looks like nobody else is...cos18.435º i^ + sin18.435º j ^) and the 10 cm side as b^ = 10cm k^ area... = ½ * (8 i^ - 12 j ^) N /C * (94.87 i^ - 284.6 j ^)*10...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 13/06/2020

9. Physics - Magnetic Fields?

...1.2e6, 0.8e6, 0) m/s to show the i, j , and k components and by the... B = (64000, -96000, -160000) N /C Multiply that product... to two significant digits, but the data actually supports only...

2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 10/07/2020

10. Which of these best describes the nature of Jesus?

c, f, g are all mostly correct. But Jesus Christ is not "God the Son."...

10 Answers · Society & Culture · 21/09/2019