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Why can the efficiency of a machine never be 100 percent? A. Friction converts some energy into a useless form. OB. The power used can't be measured accurately. C. Energy isn't conserved. D. Machines can't transform energy from one type to another.
The efficiency of a machine never be 100 percent because: Friction converts some energy into a useless form.
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The efficiency of a machine never be 100 percent because: Friction converts some energy into a useless form.
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Friction converts some energy into a useless form, is why the efficiency of a machine can never be 100 percent.
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. What's the force of the moon's gravity on the probe? A. 168.75 N O B. 2700 N O C. 2646 N D. 432 N
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. The force of the moon's gravity on the probe is 2646 N.


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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. The force of the moon's gravity on the probe is 432 N.
Solution:
1.6 - is gravity of moon
270 x 1.6 = 432N
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. What's the force of the moon's gravity on the probe? A. 168.75 N O B. 2700 N O C. 2646 N D. 432 N
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. 432N is the force of the moon's gravity on the probe.
Solution:
Moon gravitational force= 1.6m/s^2
F = ma
F = 270(1.6)
F = 432N
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The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. The force of the moon's gravity on the probe is 432 N.
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1.6 - is gravity of moon
270 x 1.6 = 432N
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Weegy: I'm always here to help you. What is your question? User: The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. What's the force of the moon's gravity on the probe? A. 168.75 N O B. 2700 N O C. 2646 N D. 432 N Weegy: The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. 2646 N is the force of the moon's gravity on the probe. User: everyone says its 2646 N, but that's wrong Weegy: The surveyor probe left on the moon in 1966 has a mass of 270 kg. 432 N is the force of the moon's gravity on the probe. Solution: 270 x 1.6 = 432. (More)
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