What does mass measure?
Mass measure the amount of matter in some object.
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Suppose a block is pulled 16 meters across a floor. What amount of work is done if the force used to drag the block is 22 N?
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Updated 91 days ago|9/7/2023 6:36:01 PM
Suppose that a block is pulled 16 meters across a floor. 352 Joules of work is done if the force used to drag the block is 22 N. Solution: Work done = Force * Displacement = 22N * 16m = 352 Nm; Work done = 352 Joules.
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A 6.7 kg object moves with a velocity of 8 m/s. What's its kinetic energy?
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A 6.7 kg object moves with a velocity of 8 m/s. Its kinetic energy is 214.4J. Solution: kinetic energy= 1/2 *m*v^2 , Kinetic energy =1/2 * 6.7* 8 *8 = 214.4J
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Dams are large structures located along rivers that use the river's flow to turn turbines and generate electricity. Dams are an example of
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Dams are large structures located along rivers that use the river's flow to turn turbines and generate electricity. Dams are an example of hydroelectric energy..
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Dams are large structure located along rivers that use the rivers flow to turn turbines and generate electricity dams are an example of: hydroelectric power.
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Dams are large structures located along rivers that use the river's flow to turn turbines and generate electricity. Dams are an example of hydroelectric energy.
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What's the mass of 60 mL of oil if the oil has a density of 0.90 g/mL?
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Updated 91 days ago|9/7/2023 6:52:40 PM
To calculate the mass of 60 mL of oil, we can use the formula: mass = volume x density where the volume is given as 60 mL and the density is given as 0.90 g/mL. Plugging these values into the formula, we get: mass = 60 mL x 0.90 g/mL mass = 54 grams So, the mass of 60 mL of oil with a density of 0.90 g/mL is 54 grams.
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Under normal conditions of temperature and pressure, a liquid's gaseous state is called
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Updated 91 days ago|9/7/2023 7:57:12 PM
Under normal conditions of temperature and pressure, the gaseous state of a liquid is called vapor.
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