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Aparticle travels in a circular orbit of radius 21 m. its speed is changing at a rate of 23.1 m/s2 at an instant when its speed is 37.2 m/s. what is the magnitude of the acceleration (in m/s? ) of the particle? Physics, 21.06.2019 19:40
Ogle–2013–blg–0723 is an exoplanet that is similar to earth in size and proximity to its star. this exoplanet has mass m=4.18×1024kg and radius r=5.66×106m. an astronaut whose weight on earth is w=735n lands on the planet. a. calculate m, the mass of the astronaut. b. calculate gp? , the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of ogle–2013–blg–0723. c. calculate wp? , the weight of the astronaut on the surface of ogle–2013–blg–0723. d. calculate v, the minimum velocity required to put an object into orbit above ogle–2013–blg–0723. e. calculate t, the time required to complete an orbit around ogle–2013–blg–0723. Physics, 22.06.2019 00:30
The plum pudding model of the atom states that ? Physics, 22.06.2019 01:30
In a thunderstorm, charge builds up on the water droplets or ice crystals in a cloud. thus, the charge can be considered to be distributed uniformly throughout the cloud. for the purposes of this problem, take the cloud to be a sphere of diameter 1.00 kilometer. the point of this problem is to estimate the maximum amount of charge that this cloud can contain, assuming that the charge builds up until the electric field at the surface of the cloud reaches the value at which the surrounding air breaks down. this breakdown means that the air becomes highly ionized, enabling it to conduct the charge from the cloud to the ground or another nearby cloud. the ionized air will then emit light due to the recombination of the electrons and atoms to form excited molecules that radiate light. in addition, the large current will heat up the air, resulting in its rapid expansion. these two phenomena account for the appearance of lightning and the sound of thunder. take the breakdown electric field of air to be eb=3.00ă—106n/c. part a estimate the total charge q on the cloud when the breakdown of the surrounding air is reached. express your answer numerically, to three significant figures, using ďµ0=8.85ă—10â’12c2/(nâ‹…m2) .
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