1. Convert 0.938 GeV/c^2 to the SI unit of mass (kg). Use the equation E=mc^2 to get your final answer. Please show all work.
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1. Convert 0.938 GeV/c^2 to the SI unit of mass (kg). Use the equation E=mc^2 to...
1. Convert the following into base SI units. Show your work. Hints: Newtons, for example, are not base SI units. You need to show each step of your work to get credit (i.e. answers alone get zero points) a. 14.5 psia b. 72°F C. 95℉ d. 42 psig e. 1 h.p. (horsepower) f. 140 lbf g. 12,000 Btu
Unit Conversions: Convert 7.71 m/s^2 to km/h^2 (Correct Answer: 1 km/h^2) Please show all of your work!!! Thank you
if you can detail from C to E it will be really appreciated 14) A correlation for male body density, n, in [g/cm3] is given by the equation: H0.725 n 0.0277 W0.3 +0.75 where Wis mass in [kg] and H is height in [cm] (a) What must the units of the constants 0.0277 and 0.75 be? (b) Estimate your body density if you are male or that of a male relative or friend if you are female, based on height...
2. Elemental Si crystallizes with a diamond cubic structure is shown at right below. The Si atoms form an foc unit cell with a certain fractions of the tetrahedral sites occupied. a) How many octahedral sites_ and how many tetrahedral sites____ are there per unit cell. How many tetrahedral sites are occupied __ per unit cell. b) How many si atoms per unit cell (or within unit cell) ___ (justify your answer below) c) What is the coordination of the...
A. mass of 3.00 kg of water at 50 degree C has 1.00 kg of ice at 0 degree C added to it and stirred until thermal equilibrium is reached. Assume all the ice melts. Important: show your work clearly for maximum partial credit! Data: c_ice = 2090 J/kg C degree; c_max = 4186 J/kg C degree; L_fusion = 3.35 times 10^5 J/kg. L_vapor = 2.26 times 10^6 J/kg. Write the single calorimetry equation for this situation in the form...
2. Convert the value to the specified unit (you must show all work for credit). a. 1245 kg to mg 1249 kg x 1000000 = 1 kg = 1000000 = 1 mg 124G000000 mg 2000000 ang mund o b. 122.355 s to ks 122.355 x (1 ks/1000 s) = 0,122355 KS C. 544 m/s to uK/ms 554 3. Convert 15.0L to m3
Convert the rectangular equation 2x-5y=2 into a polar equation. Please show all work.
Uniform bar BAC has mass 12 kg (with an additional 15 kg mass connected at C), and uniform bar AU has mass 6 kg. Use the Virtual Work method to find the couple M required to hold the mechanism at 0 30. (Use virtual work - no credit will be given for any other method. Make an active force diagram showing your assumed virtual displacements.) mc- 15 kg Uniform bar BAC has mass 12 kg (with an additional 15 kg...
b. ii) Use particle mass and k. A container holds 0.031 moles of monatomic Argon (atomic mass 39.9) at a temperature of 0 °C and a volume of 376 cm? Constants: k = 1.38x10-2 J/K; R=8.31 J/mol-K; l u = 1.66x10-27 kg: 1 atm = 1.01x10 Pa Draw a diagram of this (a box with a random bunch of particles zooming around, labeled appropriately; remember that every variable you use in an equation needs to be defined on your diagram)....
PLEASE SHOW ALL YOUR WORK CLEARLY, AND EXPLAIN YOUR PROCESS. DATA: Initial mass of cup with water = 99.69 g Final mass of cup with water = 150.89 g Initial temperature of water = 41 °C Final temperature of water = 4.4 °C Analysis a) Determine the mass of the ice that has melted. b) Determine the variation of the water temperature (ΔT). c) Calculate the energy (in J) released by 100 g of water when it cooled by ΔT....