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During which period did the first true mammals appear? A. Permian B. Triassic C. Jurassic D. Cretaceous
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During the TRIASSIC period, the first true mammals appeared.
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Print, academic, and research are words used to describe A. types of publications. B. steps in publishing. C. subjects that are published most often. D. styles you can use during the publishing phase.
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Print, academic, and research are words used to describe: types of publications.
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What is the correct formula for power? Power = work * time Power = force * distance Power = work * distance Power = work / time
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The correct formula for power is:
Power = work / time
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What is the correct formula for power? Power = force * distance Power = work * time Power = work / time Power = work * distance
Weegy: Hi there. The formula for power in watts is: Power = work/seconds. For electronics, power is calculated as: P = I2R, or P= V2/R, or P= VI , where P is power, I is current, R is resistance, and V is voltage. (More)
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The correct formula for power is Power = work / time
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Why are all machines NOT 100% efficient? A. mass B. gravity C. friction D. distance
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All machines NOT 100% efficient because of C. friction


The villain of all machines is friction.Even with the best lubricants, there still exists some friction between moving parts in any machine. This transforms some of the energy into heat, and thus prevents it from being used to achieve the purpose of the machine.


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