• Bernoulli (physics)?

    Show that the term ρv²/2 which enters into Bernoulli equation has the same dimensions as pressure P. A fluid flows through a horizontal pipe of varying cross-section. Assuming the flow is streamline and applying the Bernoulli equation P+ρv²/2=constant, show that the pressure in the pipe is greatest where the cross-sectional area is greatest.
    Show that the term ρv²/2 which enters into Bernoulli equation has the same dimensions as pressure P. A fluid flows through a horizontal pipe of varying cross-section. Assuming the flow is streamline and applying the Bernoulli equation P+ρv²/2=constant, show that the pressure in the pipe is greatest where the cross-sectional area is greatest.
    4 answers · Physics · 2 days ago
  • Circular motion of <PHYSICS>?

    A special prototype model aeroplane of mass 400g has a control wire 8cm long attached to its body. The other end of the control line is attached to a fixed point. When the aeroplane flies with its wings horizontal in a horizontal circle, making one revolution every 4s, the control wire is elevated 30° above the horizontal. Determine: (a) the... show more
    A special prototype model aeroplane of mass 400g has a control wire 8cm long attached to its body. The other end of the control line is attached to a fixed point. When the aeroplane flies with its wings horizontal in a horizontal circle, making one revolution every 4s, the control wire is elevated 30° above the horizontal. Determine: (a) the tension in the control wire (b) the lift on the plane/ Given Answer: (a) 8N (b) 8N
    1 answer · Physics · 2 days ago
  • What's up? Physics?

    Mean angular speed of the earth which takes 24hr to rotate about its axis is 7.3*10^-5 (rad/s). An object of mass 2kg is (i) at the poles, (ii) at the equator. Assuming that the earth is a perfect square of radius 6.4*10^6m;calculate the change in weight of the mass when taken from the poles to the equator. Explain your calculation with a diagram... show more
    Mean angular speed of the earth which takes 24hr to rotate about its axis is 7.3*10^-5 (rad/s). An object of mass 2kg is (i) at the poles, (ii) at the equator. Assuming that the earth is a perfect square of radius 6.4*10^6m;calculate the change in weight of the mass when taken from the poles to the equator. Explain your calculation with a diagram so I can more understand. Given Answer: 0.068N
    1 answer · Physics · 2 days ago
  • How do animals see in the dark?

    9 answers · Biology · 6 days ago
  • Simplify the Permutations of [Math]?

    1. (n+6)! -------- (n+4)! 2. (n+1)! -------- (n-1)! 3. (n-r+1)! ---------- (n-r-1)!
    1. (n+6)! -------- (n+4)! 2. (n+1)! -------- (n-1)! 3. (n-r+1)! ---------- (n-r-1)!
    2 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
  • Hyperboola?

    The line 2y=x+7 intersects the locus (2t, 2/t) at A and B. Find the values of t corresponding to to A and B and the coordinate of the point of intersection of the tangent at A&B.
    The line 2y=x+7 intersects the locus (2t, 2/t) at A and B. Find the values of t corresponding to to A and B and the coordinate of the point of intersection of the tangent at A&B.
    2 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
  • Simple Harmonic Motion Physics Question URGENT?

    A simple pendulum has a period of 4.2s. When the pendulum is shortened by 1m, the period is 3.7s. From these measurements, calculate the acceleration of free-fall g and the original length of the pendulum. If the pendulum is taken from the earth to the moon where the acceleration of free-fall is g/6, what relative change , if any, occurs in the... show more
    A simple pendulum has a period of 4.2s. When the pendulum is shortened by 1m, the period is 3.7s. From these measurements, calculate the acceleration of free-fall g and the original length of the pendulum. If the pendulum is taken from the earth to the moon where the acceleration of free-fall is g/6, what relative change , if any, occurs in the period T? Given answers: (i) 10m/s² (ii) 4.5m (iii)2.45:0.1
    1 answer · Physics · 3 weeks ago
  • Math(ellipse)?

    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 month ago
  • 😀 pls do this ellipse question__math?

    Find the eccentric angles of the ends of the double ordinates which pass through the foci of the ellipse x²+2y²=2. Given the ans: (π/4), (7π/4),; (3π/4, (5π/4)
    Find the eccentric angles of the ends of the double ordinates which pass through the foci of the ellipse x²+2y²=2. Given the ans: (π/4), (7π/4),; (3π/4, (5π/4)
    3 answers · Mathematics · 1 month ago
  • Math Masters (ellipse)?

    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    Mathematics · 1 month ago
  • Physics S.H.M (Simple Harmonic Motion)?

    A mass X of 0.1kg is attached to the free end of a vertical helical spring whose upper end is fixed and the spring extends by 0.04m. X is now pulled down a small distance 0.02m and then released. Find: (i) its period, (ii) the maximum force acting onit during the oscillations, (iii) its kinetic energy when X passes through its mean position ... show more
    A mass X of 0.1kg is attached to the free end of a vertical helical spring whose upper end is fixed and the spring extends by 0.04m. X is now pulled down a small distance 0.02m and then released. Find: (i) its period, (ii) the maximum force acting onit during the oscillations, (iii) its kinetic energy when X passes through its mean position Ans:: (i) 0.4s (ii) 0.5N (iii) 0.005J
    1 answer · Physics · 1 month ago
  • What's up ?Math of ellipse?

    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    Mathematics · 1 month ago
  • Whatssup, mathematics-ellipde?

    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    A diameter of ellipse 9x²+16y²=144 is inclined to the x-axis at an angle whose tangent is 2. (i) Find the pamametrs of the ends of the diameter. (ii) Find the parameters of the ends of the perpendicular diameter. Ans provided: arc tan(8/3), π+arc tan(8/3); arc tan(-2/3), π+arc tan(-2/3)
    Mathematics · 1 month ago
  • CALLING Physics Experts solve this question?

    As shown in fig. a bullet of mass 100g travels horizontally with initial velocity u towards a wooden ball B of mass 500g, which is suspended from point O by a light string of length L=0.5m. After collision the bullet A remains embedded in ball B and move upwards in a vertical circle. If the objects can just reach the highest point C and complete the... show more
    As shown in fig. a bullet of mass 100g travels horizontally with initial velocity u towards a wooden ball B of mass 500g, which is suspended from point O by a light string of length L=0.5m. After collision the bullet A remains embedded in ball B and move upwards in a vertical circle. If the objects can just reach the highest point C and complete the circular motion, determine: (a) the speed of the bodies at C; (b) the speed of the bodies immediately after the collision; (c) the initial velocity u of the bullet; (d) the energy lost by the system due to the collision. Ans provided: (a). 2.21m/s (b) 4.95m/s (c) 29.7m (d) 36.8J
    Physics · 1 month ago
  • Physics CIRCULAR MOTION, ⚠⚠⚠urgent?

    The radius of a curved road in certain stretch of highway is 100m, and a car is travelling at a speed of 90km/h. If the road surface is smooth, what is the angle between the road surface and the horizontal to avoid skidding? Ans provided: 32.5°
    The radius of a curved road in certain stretch of highway is 100m, and a car is travelling at a speed of 90km/h. If the road surface is smooth, what is the angle between the road surface and the horizontal to avoid skidding? Ans provided: 32.5°
    1 answer · Physics · 1 month ago
  • What;s up physics? Circular motion.?

    The figure shows a big smooth semi spherical bowl of radius R=0.65m. A small glass ball is making a horizontal circular motion of angular velocity w at a height of 0.4m from he bottom of the bowl along the smooth internal wall of the bowl. Calculate: (i) the radius r of the circular motion; (ii) the magnitude of the angular velocity, w, of the... show more
    The figure shows a big smooth semi spherical bowl of radius R=0.65m. A small glass ball is making a horizontal circular motion of angular velocity w at a height of 0.4m from he bottom of the bowl along the smooth internal wall of the bowl. Calculate: (i) the radius r of the circular motion; (ii) the magnitude of the angular velocity, w, of the glass ball. Given that the answers: Q1: 0.6 m Q2: 6.26 rad/s
    Physics · 1 month ago
  • Physics PROs pls solve this circular motion question:?

    An object of mass 0.5kg is rotated in a horizontal circle by a string 1m long. The maximum tension in the string before it breaks is 50 N. What is the greatest number ofrevolutions per second of the object? Answer Provided: 1.6 rev/s
    An object of mass 0.5kg is rotated in a horizontal circle by a string 1m long. The maximum tension in the string before it breaks is 50 N. What is the greatest number ofrevolutions per second of the object? Answer Provided: 1.6 rev/s
    Physics · 1 month ago
  • Asking for Physics pro's help?

    An object of mass 0.5kg is rotated in a horizontal circle by a string 1m long. The maximum tension in the string before it breaks is 50 N. What is the greatest number ofrevolutions per second of the object? Ans Provided: 1.6 rev/s
    An object of mass 0.5kg is rotated in a horizontal circle by a string 1m long. The maximum tension in the string before it breaks is 50 N. What is the greatest number ofrevolutions per second of the object? Ans Provided: 1.6 rev/s
    Physics · 1 month ago
  • What's up? physics _related to circular motion?

    An object of mass 0.5kg is rotated in a horizontal circle by a string 1m long. The maximum tension in the string before it breaks is 50 N. What is the greatest number ofrevolutions per second of the object? Ans Provided: 1.6 rev/s
    An object of mass 0.5kg is rotated in a horizontal circle by a string 1m long. The maximum tension in the string before it breaks is 50 N. What is the greatest number ofrevolutions per second of the object? Ans Provided: 1.6 rev/s
    1 answer · Physics · 1 month ago