If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay:
A. $100.
B. $105.
C. $110.
D. $115.

If you borrow $100 at 10 percent simple annual interest and repay it in one lump sum at the end of one year, you will have to pay $110.

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Kinetic energy of an object is equal to
A. its mass multiplied by its acceleration squared.
B. one half the product of its mass times its speed squared.
C. its mass multiplied by its speed.
D. one half the product of its mass times its speed.
E. its mass multiplied by its acceleration **Weegy:** C. its mass multiplied by its speed.
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A group of objects has a total kinetic energy equal to the sum of the individual kinetic energies.
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A. twice the work.
B. the same work.
C. four times the work.
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A. the exhaust gases.
B. Earth's gravity.
C. atmospheric pressure.
D. rocket's wings.
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The centripetal force exerted on stunt motorcyclist Biker Bob while riding on the inner vertical surface of a circular track is
A. friction.
B. his weight.
C. the normal force.
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A. your center of gravity is not located directly above your support area.
B. your center of gravity is outside your support area.
C. both A and B **Weegy:** The reason this happens is that C. both A and B. **User:** When a wrench is slid spinning over a frictionless tabletop, its center of gravity follows
A. a regular straight-line path.
B. a wobbly path with irregular speed.
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A. remains unaffected.
B. increases.
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A. remains unaffected.
B. increases.
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A. center of gravity.
B. weight.
C. momentum.
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A. that changes as a person bends over.
B. that is fixed, though different for different people.
C. that is always directly behind the belly button.
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A. True
B. False
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A. vertical component of the string tension.
B. horizontal component of the string tension.
C. tension in the string.
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A. True
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A. less its speed is
B. greater its speed is
C. longer its period is
D. both A and C
E. both B and C **Weegy:** B. greater its speed is
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