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# Remember that work (J) = force (N) * displacement (m) An object is tossed 24.3 meters into the air. The applied force is 15.9 N. What is the resulting work? A. 1.5 j B. 386.4 j C.40.2 j D.8.4 j   ### Another question on Physics Physics, 22.06.2019 02:00
Figure 9 on page 362 shows various motions of balls. the curved path followed by the yellow ball in b in picture b is result of a) inertia b) centripetal motion c) gravity and horizontal velocity d) linear motion Physics, 22.06.2019 08:20
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Find the steady-state temperature at the center of the plate = /2, = /2) for sums of w from n=1 to n=19 (only odd values). find the value of n for which the change in /2, /2) is less than 1% from the value at the previous n. at this point, we consider the solution converged. does the value of the temperature at the center seem reasonable? in this part, the values of x and y are constant scalar values. you should produce a plot of the value of n on the horizontal and the estimate of the temperature at the center of the plate on the vertical. b. using the value of n (or larger) that resulted in convergence in part (a), create a contourf plot of the temperature distribution across the entire plate. use enough spatial subdivisions to create a useful plot. comment on the results. hint: you need to determine what “x” and “y” values to use to make your t matrix. i recommend using a different number of x and y values. use enough x and y values so that the plot is “smooth”.
Remember that work (J) = force (N) * displacement (m) An object is tossed 24.3 meters into the air...
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