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# Physics newton's laws question friction .​    ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 22.06.2019 00:00, sydneydavis57
Jackson is designing a new heater, and he wants to experiment with different thermally conductive materials. which of these materials would be useful in conducting heat? Asmall block of mass 200 g starts at rest at a, slides tob where its speed q13. is v 8.0 m/s, then slides along the horizontal surface a distance 10 m before coming to rest at c. (see below.) (a) what is the work of friction along the curved surface? (b) what is the coefficient of kinetic friction along the horizontal surface? a 4.0 m b 10 m en Physics, 22.06.2019 09:50, ggcampos
Which statement correctly describes the current in a circuit that is made up of any two resistors connected in parallel with a battery? a. the current in the battery and in each resistor is the same b. the current the battery equals to the sum of the currents in the resistors c. the current in the battery is less than the current in either resistor d. the current in the battery equals to the product of the currents in the resistors Physics, 22.06.2019 11:20, cjd1214812148
The ultracentrifuge is an important tool for separating and analyzing proteins. because of the enormous centripetal accelerations, the centrifuge must be carefully balanced, with each sample matched by a sample of identical mass on the opposite side. any difference in the masses of opposing samples creates a net force on the shaft of the rotor, potentially leading to a catastrophic failure of the apparatus. suppose a scientist makes a slight error in sample preparation and one sample has a mass 10 mg larger than the opposing sample. if the samples are 12 cm from the axis of the rotor and the ultracentrifuge spins at 70,000 rpm, what is the magnitude of the net force on the rotor due to the unbalanced samples? ( be thorough on your answer)
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