Homework Statement
A student bumps into a tray of jello. The lime jello is jiggling side to side faster than the orange jello. Both jellos have the same spatial dimensions. Which statement is true?
Answer: Lime jello has a higher shear modulus than orange jello
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Hello all,
I've tried to keep in touch with the physics world in my life beyond academics and I came across this paper:
http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/1012/1012.5166v1.pdf
On one hand I think "this guy is a Nobel prize winner" and on the other hand I am...
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A series RLC circuit has a 0.19 mF capacitor, a 16 mH inductor, and a 10.0 resistor, and is connected to an ac source with amplitude 9.0 V and frequency 60 Hz.
(a) Calculate the voltage amplitudes VL, VC, VR, and the phase angle phi .
VL = V
VC = V
VR = V...
The junction rule is used here and you applied it correctly.
Start at the positive end of the battery (the longer bar) of the 8v source. The perimeter loop should give you:
8v-110I1-50I3-50I1
The left hand loop gave me:
4v-40I2-51I3.
Remember when you cross a resistor in the direction...
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Find the unknown emf and the unknown currents in the circuit below, in which R = 3.48 . Take the positive direction for current flow in each branch to be upwards.
EMF = V
left branch= A
right branch=...
[SOLVED]Dielectric help
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To make a parallel plate capacitor, you have available two flat plates of aluminum (area = 180 cm2), a sheet of paper (thickness = 0.10 mm, k= 3.5), a sheet of glass (thickness = 2.0 mm, . k= 7.0), and a slab of paraffin (thickness = 10.0 mm, k=...
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Two equal charges (Q = +0.80 nC) are situated at the diagonal corners A and B of a square of side x = 1.2 m as shown in the diagram. What is the magnitude of the electric field at point D?
Homework Equations
E=kQ/r^2
The Attempt at a Solution
First I converted...
I got it.
I needed to multiply out 6*pi to get its numerical value 18.85 and enclose the argument of the cosine function in parenthesis. 11cos(18.85t) worked.
Homework Statement
A 171 g object on a spring oscillates left to right on a frictionless surface with a frequency of 3.00 Hz and an amplitude of 11.0 cm.
(a) What is the spring constant?
N/m
(b) If the object starts from rest at x = 11.0 cm at t = 0 and the equilibrium point...
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The figures below shows the forces acting on a tibia (shinbone, the long vertical bone in the figure) when a person stands on the ball of one foot. As shown, the force of the tibia on the ankle joint for a person (of weight 750 N) standing this way is 2800 N. The ankle...
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In an aortic aneurysm, a bulge forms where the walls of the aorta are weakened. If blood flowing through the aorta (radius 1.1 cm) enters an aneurysm with a radius of 3.1 cm, how much on average is the blood pressure higher inside the aneurysm than the pressure in the...
Thanks for the help.
I am still a bit murky on this. I know torque=moment of inertia * radial acceleration. I need to find radial acceleration. How can I solve without knowing the torque or the mass of the object? How can I set up the problem in such a way to cancel the mass?
Homework Statement
A hollow spherical shell is rolling without slipping or sliding down a board that is tilted at an angle of 35.0° with respect to the horizontal. What is its acceleration?
Homework Equations
I=2/3mr^2
if an object rolls without slipping or sliding:
v = rw...
You're right about my algebra being bad. So now I cannot see how mass would be solvable. If that is the case I won't get a real numerical answer. Is that normal for these types of problems?
I blundered on my algebra as well. I should have:
mg-2T=mr*alpha
T=1/4mr*alpha
mg-2(1/4)mr*alpha=mr*alpha
cancelling the mr*alpha leaves me:
mg=1/2
9.81m=1/2
m=.05kg
Solving for T in equation 2 gives me:
T=mr*alpha
Putting that into the equation derived from plugging (3) into (1)
mg-2mr*alpha=mr*alpha
that leaves me with mg=3 or m9.81=3 or .31kg
Am I on the right track?
The problem asks for linear acceleration of the cylinder as well as tension...