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first equation: hf= 1/2gt^2+vit+hi
second equation: V=Δx/t
Find the binding energy per nucleon of
92 U in MeV
ΔM= ideal mass - atomic mass
Ebind= ΔM * 931.5
The Attempt at a Solution
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