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## Category: physics # Order answer: A. In the figure, two waves A and B both have vacuum wavelengths of 800 nm. The waves arise from …

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a. In the figure, two waves A and B both have vacuum wavelengths of 800 nm. The waves arise from the same source and are in phase initially. Wave A travels a distance of 2m in air, while wave B travels the same distance but # Order answer: A solenoid that is 82.8 cm long has a radius of 1.69 cm and a winding of 1220 turns; it carries a…

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A solenoid that is 82.8 cm long has a radius of 1.69 cm and a winding of 1220 turns; it carries a current of 4.06 A. Calculate the magnitude of the magnetic field inside the solenoid. Number Units # Order answer: Given: An L-R-C series circuit has L = 0.200 H, C = 4.00 ?F, and R = 350 ?. At t = 0 the curren…

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Given: An – – series circuit has = 0.200 H, = 4.00 F, and = 350 ?. At = 0 the current is zero and the initial
charge on the capacitor is 2.80 × 10?4 C. Questions: # Order answer: Two ice skaters have masses m1 and m2 and are initially stationary. Their skates are identical. T…

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Two ice skaters have masses and and are initially stationary. Their skates
are identical. They push against one another, as shown below, and
move in opposite directions with different speeds. While they are
pushing against each other, any kinetic frictional forces acting on
their skates # Order answer: A thin nonconducting rod with a uniform distribution of positive charge Q is bent into a circle o…

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A thin nonconducting rod with a uniform distribution of positive charge Q is bent into a circle of radius R (see the figure). The central perpendicular axis through the ring is a z axis, with the origin at the center of the ring. What is # Order answer: Can you help with college physics problem with all the 3 parts of it. A , B and C please

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Problem 11.66 The L-shaped object in the figure(Figure 1) consists of three masses connected by light rods, of 1 Figure 1 9.0 kg 1.0 m 2.0 m 2.5 kg 1.2 kg Part A Find the work that must be done on this object to accelerato # Order answer: Styrofoam has a density of 148 kg/m3. What is the maximum mass that can hang without sinking from…

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Styrofoam has a density of 148 kg/m . What is the
maximum mass that can hang without sinking from a 47.4-cm-diameter
Styrofoam sphere in water? Assume the volume of the mass is
negligible compared to that of the sphere. # Order answer: A certain superconducting magnet in the form of a solenoid of length 0.5000 m can generate n magn…

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A certain superconducting magnet in the form of a solenoid of length 0.5000 m can generate n magnetic field of 9.00 T in its core when its coils carry a current of 75.0 A. Find the number of turns in the solenoid. For the # Order answer: A mirror produces an image that is located 34 cm behind the mirror when the object is located 7.5…

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A mirror produces an image that is located 34 cm behind the mirror when the object is located 7.50 cm in front of the mirror What is the focal length of the mirror? Is the mirror concave or convex? B. A light ray traveling # Order answer: A car travels at 50 km/h on a level road in the positive direction of an x axis. Each tire has a …

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A car travels at 50 km/h on a level road in the positive
direction of an axis. Each tire has a diameter of 65 cm.
Relative to a hitchhiker sitting next to the road, what are the
following values? ( I just need G,H,K,I) (g)