The answers should be left to 3 significant figures. Thats why I can't seem to point out where I went wrong. My lecture notes did not mention anything about it.
Homework Statement
Americium-244 is a rare isotope of Americium. What is the mass defect of Americium-244?
Use the following values for atomic and neutron masses when calculating your answer:
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
This was what I did:
Mass of protons = 95 x...
Homework Statement
A power plant produces energy at a voltage of Vi = 12693 V. Before being sent along long distance power lines this electricity is sent through a transformer with 166 turns in the primary coil and 6917 turns in the secondary coil. The voltage of the electricity sent through...
I've been trying to figure this out for hours.. been studying for my final exam. Can somebody please help me?
Are there any differences between the magnetic field around a permanent bar magnet and electromagnet? Any similarities?
So I'm really confused with the relationship between magnetic field strength and voltage. Say you have a battery (with a DC voltage) with 4 coils, when voltage increases, does magnetic field strength increase? Is there any law (i.e. Faraday's law) that supports this?
Well I'm doing an experiment at home. So the point of this experiment is to use different masses of objects and record the angle of the slope at which the object first starts to slide down. So I've been increasing my object mass but my angles are decreasing.
Hi guys. I was just wondering if someone could enlighten me on the relationship between friction and mass of object.
For instance, if i have an object of mass 100g going down a slope… what happens if i increase the mass of object to 200g? will the angle of the slope increase or decrease for...
Homework Statement
So that is the question.
Homework Equations
The relevant equations I've used are:
Ff=μN
Ff=μkmgcosθ
The Attempt at a Solution
I don't even know what Ff is? I believe this question involves using toa, cah, soh, but i really am confused about how...
Calculating speed of collision
Here is the question
So my question is, which formula do I use? Im just really confused. Do I use a kinetic energy one? or?