Problem:
The distribution coefficient, k = (conc. in ligroin/ conc. in water), between ligroin and water for solute A is 7.5 . What weight of A would be removed from a solution of 10g of A in 100mL of water by a single extraction with 100 mL of ligroin? What weight of A would be removed by...
I'm having trouble with this one problem:
A plane flies from base camp to lake A, 280 km away, in a direction of 20.0 degrees north of east. After dropping off supplies it flies to lake B, which is 190 km at 30.0 degrees west of north from lake A. Graphically determine the distance and...
Problem: The consumption of natural gas by a company satisfies the empirical equation V=1.50t + 0.800 00(t squared), where V is the volume in millions of cubic feet and t the time in months. Express this equation in units of cubic feet and seconds. Assign proper units to the coefficients...
Nevermind, lol, I once again found my error. I realized that part A can be used in the determination of part B. Therefore, the Initial kinetic energy would contain the velocity I'm looking for while the Final Kinetic energy would contain the final velocity of 1.08. Therefore, the k constant...
I'm having a bit of trouble with the second part of this problem:
A spring is stretched a distance of Dx = 40 cm beyond its relaxed length. Attached to the end of the spring is an block of mass m = 12 kg, which rests on a horizontal frictionless surface. A force of magnitude 35 N is required...
Well, this is a problem I've put aside a while, but still haven't been able to figure out. So far, I have discovered that Vo = Vo for both blocks on ramp 1 and 2. D1 = D and D2 = 0.625D .
Solving for A), Ramp 1
Vf ^ 2 = Vi ^2 + 2a(delta D)
0 = Vi ^2 + 2a(delta D)
0 = Vi^2 + 2aD...
Nevermind, I found my mistake. I was supposed to divide the second quantity by the first, not multiply, an error by the help. Thanks for your help though Physics_wiz!
https://tycho-s.physics.wisc.edu/cgi/courses/shell/phys170/fall04/ie.pl?08/velocity [Broken]
This is the link to the online problem I'm doing. Try the help and you'll see what I'm talking about. Maybe that may help you help me, lol.
No, it can't because in theory, nothing is faster than the speed of light. Therefore, if we consider the vector addition of regular (slower) speeds as learned in beginning physics, you will run into a problem which I was shown in the help. As you increase the speed of the sandwich to 0.5c and...
I'm trying to figure this problem out, and think it's not that hard, but am having trouble acquiring the answer. Here is the problem:
You and a friend decide to "hitch" a ride in the mailcar of a train heading to Green Bay (due north). Halfway there, your friend asks you for a sandwich out...
Here is the problem:
A student has two ramps both are at an angle of 30o. Ramp 1 is frictionless and ramp 2 has friction. The student also has two blocks, one for each ramp. She pushes the blocks up the ramps with the same initial velocity. The block on ramp 2 only travels a fraction f =...
I'm in a bind. I figured out the Fnet for each direction:
Fnet of x = 0 = N - mg of y = mg - mgcosx
Fnet of y = 0 = Fs - mg of x = (mu)mg - mgsinx
Then, when I try to solve for theta (x), I get mg(1 - cosx) = mg( (mu) - sinx)
Simplified, 1-cosx = (mu) - sinx or 0.626 = cosx -...
I still get the same answer; whether my answer is positive, or negative, it is still wrong. Also, my signs weren't mixed I don't believe, because when I solve for Vc with the way you set it up, I get the same answer. I'm so lost in physic's space!!