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Does anyone know how to solve this problem? i really need . i made an attempt but i just cant get it. a metal rod is 25.000 cm long at 25.0 degrees celsius. when heated to 102.0 degrees celsius, it is 25.054 cm long. what is the coefficient of linear expansion for this metal. Physics, 22.06.2019 09:30
In a heat engine if 1000 j of heat enters the system the piston does 500 j of work, what is the final internal energy of the system if the initial energy was 2000 j? 1. write the equation 2.list out your known variables 3.plug the numbers into the equations 4.solve 5.write your solution statement that includes initial energy and final Physics, 22.06.2019 11:30
Water is siphoned from a large tank and discharges into the atmosphere through a 50-mm diameter tube. the end of the tube is b = 2.1 m below the tank bottom which is a = 7.4 m deep, and viscous effects are negligible. determine the maximum height h over which the water can be siphoned without cavitation occurring. atmospheric pressure is 101.4 kpa, and the water vapor pressure is 1.79 kpa (absolute) Physics, 22.06.2019 22:00
1. what is the relationship between wavelength and the penetrating power of an electromagnetic wave? a) the penetrating power has no relationship to the wavelength. b) the penetrating power increases as the wavelength increases. c) the penetrating power decreases as the wavelength increases. d) the penetrating power decreases as the wavelength decreases. 2. as ice melts and turns into water, the speed of sound through the material would most likely do what? justify your answer. a) the speed would not change because the material is always water. b) the speed of sound would increase because the density of water is less than that of ice. c) the speed of sound would increase because energy is added to ice in order to make it melt. d) the speed of sound would decrease because sound travels faster through solids than liquids. 3.which of these waves need a medium to travel through? a) sound b) x-rays c) infrared rays d) visible light
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