• Copper wire of diameter 0.255 cm is used to connect a set of appliances at 120 V, which draw 2350 W of power total.?

    What power is wasted in 29.0 m of this wire? i got 36.6 watt which is correct What is your answer if wire of diameter 0.485 cm is used? what the answer to this part?
    What power is wasted in 29.0 m of this wire? i got 36.6 watt which is correct What is your answer if wire of diameter 0.485 cm is used? what the answer to this part?
    4 answers · Physics · 10 months ago
  • Calculate the magnitude of the electric field at one corner of a square 1.33 m on a?

    side if the other three corners are occupied by 6.57×10−6 C charges. I get E=kq/r^2 but am getting this prob constantly wrong
    side if the other three corners are occupied by 6.57×10−6 C charges. I get E=kq/r^2 but am getting this prob constantly wrong
    1 answer · Physics · 10 months ago
  • How much energy is required to remove a proton from 16/8 Oxygen? nuclear physics help plz?

    also Energy for a neutron i get we do E=mc^2 we hav 8 protons 8 neutrons multiply by their amu which is 1 something you add them both up then subtract by the mass of oxygen then multiply by 931.5 mev/u to get binding energy aftrr getting binding energy do we divide by number of protons or neutrons? idid this and got the wrong answer
    also Energy for a neutron i get we do E=mc^2 we hav 8 protons 8 neutrons multiply by their amu which is 1 something you add them both up then subtract by the mass of oxygen then multiply by 931.5 mev/u to get binding energy aftrr getting binding energy do we divide by number of protons or neutrons? idid this and got the wrong answer
    1 answer · Physics · 10 months ago
  • Plzzz helpppp[p?

    An example of the neutron absorption reaction is 10n+10/5B→7/3 Li+4/2 He. The rest masses of each particle in atomic mass units ( u) are 1/0 n=1.008665u, 10/5 B=10.012937u, 7/3 Li=7.016004u, 4/2 He=4.002603u, where 1u=1.660539×10^−27kg. Calculate the reaction energy Q. in MeV
    An example of the neutron absorption reaction is 10n+10/5B→7/3 Li+4/2 He. The rest masses of each particle in atomic mass units ( u) are 1/0 n=1.008665u, 10/5 B=10.012937u, 7/3 Li=7.016004u, 4/2 He=4.002603u, where 1u=1.660539×10^−27kg. Calculate the reaction energy Q. in MeV
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • Helppp plz on this physics problemmmm?

    Estimate the total binding energy for copper. Estimate the energy, in joules, needed to break a 3.0-g copper penny into its constituent nucleons.
    Estimate the total binding energy for copper. Estimate the energy, in joules, needed to break a 3.0-g copper penny into its constituent nucleons.
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • Calculate the binding energy per nucleon for a 14/7 N nucleus..plz helppp?

    mastering physics help
    mastering physics help
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • How much energy must an α particle have to just "touch" the surface of a 238/92 U nucleus?

    KEα = answer in MeV
    KEα = answer in MeV
    2 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
  • Is homosexuality considered sexual deviance in certain religions?

    also was it considered sexual deviance around the 1960's ?
    also was it considered sexual deviance around the 1960's ?
    7 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 11 months ago
  • Is sex with a minor considered sexual deviance?

    Would the killer clown aka john wayne gacy be classified as a sexual deviant? He raped young males.
    Would the killer clown aka john wayne gacy be classified as a sexual deviant? He raped young males.
    3 answers · Psychology · 11 months ago
  • Two stars 14 light-years away are barely resolved by a 110 cm (mirror diameter) telescope.?

    How far apart are the stars? Assume λ=550nm and that the resolution is limited by diffraction. i did 1.22*lamda in m/diameter in m got 6.1*10^-7 then multplied by 14 to get 8.54*10^-6 light year this in meters being 8.1*10^16 m. I still got this wrong. where did i mess up?
    How far apart are the stars? Assume λ=550nm and that the resolution is limited by diffraction. i did 1.22*lamda in m/diameter in m got 6.1*10^-7 then multplied by 14 to get 8.54*10^-6 light year this in meters being 8.1*10^16 m. I still got this wrong. where did i mess up?
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • When violet light of wavelength 415 nm falls on a single slit, it creates a central diffraction peak that is?

    8.90 cm wide on a screen that is 2.55 m away.How wide is the slit? I get we need to use dsin theta=m*lamda I am confused as to whats the next step? why are we given 2 distances?
    8.90 cm wide on a screen that is 2.55 m away.How wide is the slit? I get we need to use dsin theta=m*lamda I am confused as to whats the next step? why are we given 2 distances?
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • A meteorite of mass 1500 kg moves with a speed of 0.700 c . momentum=4.41×10^11 kg⋅m/s?

    What is the total energy E of the meteorite? What would the energy of the meteorite be if it were at rest? What is the relativistic kinetic energy K of the meteorite when it travels at 0.700 c ? for velocity do we use .7 c? and for c, do we use .7 or 3*10^8?
    What is the total energy E of the meteorite? What would the energy of the meteorite be if it were at rest? What is the relativistic kinetic energy K of the meteorite when it travels at 0.700 c ? for velocity do we use .7 c? and for c, do we use .7 or 3*10^8?
    3 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
  • A nearsighted person has near and far points of 12.0 and 21.0 cm , respectively.?

    If she puts on contact lenses with power P = -3.00 D , what are her new near and far points?
    If she puts on contact lenses with power P = -3.00 D , what are her new near and far points?
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • How far away can a human eye distinguish two car headlights 2.2 m apart?

    Consider only diffraction effects and assume an eye pupil diameter of 5.5 mm and a wavelength of 550 nm. What is the minimum angular separation an eye could resolve when viewing two stars, considering only diffraction effects?
    Consider only diffraction effects and assume an eye pupil diameter of 5.5 mm and a wavelength of 550 nm. What is the minimum angular separation an eye could resolve when viewing two stars, considering only diffraction effects?
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • How far away can a human eye distinguish two car headlights 2.2 m apart?

    Consider only diffraction effects and assume an eye pupil diameter of 5.5 mm and a wavelength of 550 nm. What is the minimum angular separation an eye could resolve when viewing two stars, considering only diffraction effects?
    Consider only diffraction effects and assume an eye pupil diameter of 5.5 mm and a wavelength of 550 nm. What is the minimum angular separation an eye could resolve when viewing two stars, considering only diffraction effects?
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • Help needed asap please on physics prob?

    Consider a particle whose mass at rest is m. When the particle moves with velocity v , its relativistic momentum p and energy E are given by p =mv 1−v2c2√ and E=mc^2/ square root of 1− v^2/c^2 A meteorite of mass 1500 kg moves with a speed of 0.700 c . Find the magnitude of its momentum p = 4.41×1011 kg⋅m/s Compare your answer to Part A... show more
    Consider a particle whose mass at rest is m. When the particle moves with velocity v , its relativistic momentum p and energy E are given by p =mv 1−v2c2√ and E=mc^2/ square root of 1− v^2/c^2 A meteorite of mass 1500 kg moves with a speed of 0.700 c . Find the magnitude of its momentum p = 4.41×1011 kg⋅m/s Compare your answer to Part A with what you would have found had you used the classical expression for momentum . How do the relativistic and the classical momenta compare? The relativistic momentum is greater than the classical momentum. The relativistic momentum is equal to the classical momentum. The relativistic momentum is less than the classical momentum. What is the total energy E of the meteorite? What would the energy of the meteorite be if it were at rest? What is the relativistic kinetic energy K of the meteorite when it travels at 0.700 c ? Express your answer in joules.
    1 answer · Physics · 11 months ago
  • The nearest star to Earth is Proxima Centauri, 4.3 light-years away.?

    At what constant velocity must a spacecraft travel from Earth if it is to reach the star in 3.8 years, as measured by travelers on the spacecraft? How long does the trip take according to Earth observers?
    At what constant velocity must a spacecraft travel from Earth if it is to reach the star in 3.8 years, as measured by travelers on the spacecraft? How long does the trip take according to Earth observers?
    2 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
  • What is the speed of a proton accelerated by a potential difference of 103 MV ?

    ca someone help me with this please???
    ca someone help me with this please???
    2 answers · Physics · 11 months ago
  • Monochromatic light falling on two slits 1.4×10−2 mm apart produces the fifth-order fringe at an 8.8 ∘ angle.?

    What is the wavelength of the light used? i did (1.4*10^-2)*10^-6 to get d in meters then multiplied by sin 8.8, then divided by 5. but this is wrong? whats the right way to do this problem? plz help
    What is the wavelength of the light used? i did (1.4*10^-2)*10^-6 to get d in meters then multiplied by sin 8.8, then divided by 5. but this is wrong? whats the right way to do this problem? plz help
    1 answer · Physics · 12 months ago
  • A -2.9 D lens is held 20.0 cm from an object 7.8 mm high.?

    the image is positioned in front of lens di =? What is the type of the image? real, upright virtual, inverted virtual, upright real, inverted
    the image is positioned in front of lens di =? What is the type of the image? real, upright virtual, inverted virtual, upright real, inverted
    1 answer · Physics · 1 year ago