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1. ### Phy about work done 我唔要just copy and paste

...of work done: John moved a box from A to B in 3... question?? have does work on something?....funny english...please check.......I give you \$10, you get \$10. Total transfer is...

2. ### Phy about KE and PE

Q1: Potential energy of Mark, referrenced to B, when he is at O = 50g x (15 + 85) J = 50 000 J where g is the acceleration due to gravity, taken to be 10 m/s2 Hence, by conservation of energy, elastic potential energy in the string = 50 000 J...

3. ### Phy Qs. !!Urgent..pls help!

...positive. By v = u + at v = 50 - 10(1) v = 40 ms-1 The answer is A . 3. The answer is B. The net force on the apple when it is in free fall is its weight, which is...

4. ### free electron

...lattice of +ve metal ions in a sea of delocalized ... are free to move and thus got the name "free electrons... property lies on the fact that most metal atoms...

5. ### uniform circular motion

...will even topple when it is at rest on the banking) 2010-07-25 16:57:39...and the symmetry axis about the bus, α = a /h h = height of CG above the ...qestion don't give enough information to get the exact anumerical answer. This time...

6. ### 07年PHY CE MC 第31條

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7. ### phy gas

...predict its speed and moving direction, say, after 1 s. ...idela gas model is a simplified mathematical.... Based on the listed assumptions, you would be able to get simple formulae for...

8. ### 對流的問題 (20點)

... serves as a cooling mechanism, otherwise the temperature of the lamp may get too hot. 2)藏在棉花和羽毛...the hot pot is free to move and could carries away the heat. On the other hand, air insode the...

9. ### F4PHYSICS急!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

... the car is moving along the road and the car engine...only net force acting on the car is the frictional...of the car. By -f=ma, a =-f/m,thus the car ...,the car get hot as the work done...

10. ### proof of KE=1/2mv^2

...would overestimate the actual displacement that travelled. That's why you got twice the amount of the actual kinetic energy. The correct derivation is...