During a balloon ascension, wearing an oxygen mask, you measure the weight of a 5.00-kg object and find that the value of the gravitational field strength at your location is 9.792 N/kg. How high above sea level, where the gravitational field strength was measured to be 9.804 N/kg, are you located? Mass of Earth is 5.974 × 10^24 kg.
During a balloon ascension, wearing an oxygen mask, you measure the weight of a 5.00-kg object...
During a balloon ascension, wearing an oxygen mask, you measure the weight of a calibrated 2.50-kg mass and find that the value of the gravitational field strength at your location is 9.739 N/kg. How high above sea level, where the gravitational field strength was measured to be 9.803 N/kg, are you located? H = km
?I need 7,8,9 and 10. Please show work, thank you :) For a circular merry-go-round, if the moment if inertia is 600 kgm^2, what angular acceleration does the 150 N force generate applied perpendicular to a radius of 2.0 meters? 6 rad/s^2 1.5 rad/s^2 0.5 rad/s^2 3 rad/s^2 2 rad/s^2 Two bowling balls (m_1 = 8 kg and m_2 = 6 kg) are separated by 0.5 meters, what is the gravitational force that bowling ball# 1 exerts on bowling ball...
Weight of the bottle= 1000g (1 Kg) Volume in the bottle= 500ml Gradually,The bottle is immersed in the freshwater QUESTIONS: 1. Using the graph, find the apparent weight of the object and using the formula from the picture above calculate the density of the object. 2. Calculate the density of the object based on parameters that you have set in the begging. 3. Compare the values obtained on (5) and (6) assuming the value on part (6) as an actual...
(25%) Problem 4: Consider two projectiles that can be shot upward by spring guns. Object A is made of solid aluminum and has a mass of 50 grams. Object B is made of cast iron and has a mass of 200 grams. For this problem, you may take the gravitational field strength to be g = 10 N/kg. A 14% Part (a) Masses A and B are both shot straight upward at the same time. Mass A is shot with...
Electric Potential Learning Objectives During this lab, you should be able to e understand the difference between electric potential and electric potential energy . relate electric potential energy to gravitational potential energy determine the shapes of equipotential lines for various charge configura- tions use the equipotential lines contour plots to determine the shape of the elec- tric field lines. 2.1 Pre-lab Energy has various definitions, one of which is "the capacity to do work: For a conservative force, such as...
please, help me with number 2,3,4,5 and 6. Thank you ARO2041 HW 01 (2) (Protected View) Word (Unlicensed Product) Mailings Review View Help Tell me what you want to do contain viruses. Unless you need to edit, it's safer to stay in Protected View. Enable Editing n disabled because it hasn't been activated. Activate IIJ YoU are running on the treadmill at he 24 Hour Fitness, and the machine says your speed is 6 mi/hr. You need to run a...
Learning Objectives As part of this activity, you want to be able to: Experimentally verify that the strength of the Coulomb force between two charged bodies varies inversely with the square of the separation distance between them. Experimentally verify that the strength of the Coulomb force between two charged bodies varies with the product of the charges. 1.1 Pre-lab Gravitational force Last semester you may have encountered Newton's universal law of gravitation. This law, which describes the force between two...
What are the Solutions to Part B of Chapter 2 of Tillery Physics 9th edition.......kinda pointless for you guys to only have the solutions that the book has already. 1. What was the average speed in km/h of a car that travels 400.0 km in 4.5 h? 2. What was the average speed in km/h of a boat that moves 15.0 km across a lake in 45 min? 3. How much would a 80.0 kg person weigh (a) on Mars,...
Procedure: Materials: 1. apparatus 2. 2 pieces of metal track 3. plastic or metal ball 4. timer 5. meter stick 6. micrometer 7. 2 photogates Assemble your ramp as shown in Figure (1) in the next page. Then set up photogates in location 2 and 3. Measure the diameter (in m) of the metal balls (you will need it for speed calculations). Then, measure the weight (mass) of the ball (in kg). To have a better measurement of the time,...
the question is in last picture. i provided the lab content... I need guidance. thank you. INVESTIGATION 10 ROTATIONAL MOTION OBJECTIVE To determine the moment of inertia I of a heavy composite disk by plotting measured values of torque versus angular acceleration. THEORY Newton's second law states that for translational motion (motion in a straight line) an unbalanced force on an object results in an acceleration which is proportional to the mass of the object. This means that the heavier...