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1bree point charges are placed at distances of d, 2d, and 3d...

1bree point charges are placed at distances of d, 2d, and 3d from a point P. The particle that is 2d away -2q. From the options given , assign charges to the remaining two point charges such that the potentiaal t d P 3d --------,.---------------------------- 1 ............... .. 2d - 2q . . .....

Find the total capacitance C1ot of the combination of apaci...

Find the total capacitance C1ot of the combination of apacitors hown in the figure, where C 1 = 5 .15 μF, e_= 3.55 μF. C3 = 6.75 μF. Ct = 2.25 μF, Cs = 0.750 μ} • and C6 = 15.0 μF . 1 Ctot = \ 2~. \Q c. 37. • A uniform electric field of2.00 kN/C points in the +x di...

2) A converging lens (focal length fi) and a diverging lens ...

2) A converging lens (focal length fi) and a diverging lens (focal length d f2 < 0) are arranged so that the lenses are a distance d from one another, as shown. If the distance d is set so that f1 + f2 < d < f1, then the two lens system acts as a converging lens with an effe...

Read about Magnetic Field. In the report you're about to w...

Read about Magnetic Field. In the report you're about to write, do the following: Verify: • The vector nature of magnetic fields; • That the field at the center of a current loop is normal to the loop and directed in accordance with right hand rule; Investigate the relationship bet...

*12-4. A particle travels along a straight line with a const...

*12-4. A particle travels along a straight line with a constant acceleration. When S = 4 ft, U = 3 ft/s and when S = 10 ft, v= 8ft/s. Determine the velocity as a function of position. * 12-18, The acceleration of a rocket traveling upward is given the time needed for the rocket to reach an alti...

8. Two identical billiard balls can move freely on a horizo...

8. Two identical billiard balls can move freely on a horizontal table. Ball A has a velocity Vo = 1 m/s as shown and hits ball B, which is at rest, at a Point C defined by 0 = 30°. Knowing that the coefficient of restitution between the two balls is e = 0.8 and assuming no friction: i) Show ...

Q12. The velocity of an object is expressed as a graph in th...

Q12. The velocity of an object is expressed as a graph in the figure below. Determine the displacement of the object from t = 4 S to t = 10s. V (m/s) 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 I I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 (s) A. 1.0 m B. 39 m C. 0.5 m D. 80 m [1 mark] Q13. A 71.0 kg person falling th...

The cylinder A shown in Fig. B2 is connected to the shaft O-...

The cylinder A shown in Fig. B2 is connected to the shaft O-O via a slender rod B which is 125 mm long. The diameter of the cylinder is 60 mm. The mass of the cylinder is 0.7 kg and the mass of the slender rod is 0.08 kg. Determine the rotational mass moment of inertia of the component about O-O....

The cable BC in Fig. B1 is being wound onto a pully rotating...

The cable BC in Fig. B1 is being wound onto a pully rotating at 15 rpm with radius 0.1 m. Determine the angular velocity of the spool and the velocity of point A if the spool rolls without slipping. Radius 0.3 m Radius 0.15 m B C Radius 0.1 m Speed 15 rpm A. Fig. B1

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