We are using metal piping with a volume of .03 L. Is it that the volume is smaller so therefore we are not getting enough temperature out of the reaction and therefore not getting enough pressure? We can get the temperature of the reaction to about 100 degrees Celsius through calorimetry and we...
So i am mixing Magnesium and water (the MRE heaters) in about a .3 mL container with a ball valve. It's reacting but not as well as usual, like in an unpressurized container such as a 2 liter coke bottle. It's just not producing enough Hydrogen (yes my calculations and ratios are correct) to get...
so im kinda going off of what i think but am sure its not the correct way to solve it. Friction can be a deseleration and to find force you do F=MA. so for each box moving in a given direction with friction their is a force acting in the opposet direction, so i put 2.5N for box1 and 7N for box2.
ok so box 1 (5kg) is ontop of box 2 (10kg) and this guy has to pull the box with an unknown force, but the boxes are on a pulley conected to a wall (not a celling).
The coefficient of static friction between the box and the floor is .9. The coefficient of kinetic friction...
thank you very much i asked my teacher and for sum reason when i changed it from radians to degrees it worked (i did that at home and got the same answer, i think teachers are magical or somthing, lol). thank i now know how to do this it was just a matter of my calculator acting funny, i new how...
thank you i rember going over most of thows equations in class but our teacher said so far all we need in the Xf equation and the Vf equation. what he has shown us in class to get the velocitys in both dirrections is to use trig. well i do that but i get negative numbers, why, what am i doing wrong?
A ball is thrown off the top of a 50 m cliff at an angle of 30 degrees with a velocity of 22 m/s.
How long is the ball in the air in s?
How far from the base of the cliff does the ball land in m?
What is the maximum height reached by the ball in m?
A person throws a rock horizontally from the roof of a 50m building. The rock lands 70 m from the base of the building.
How long was the rock in the air in s?
I got 3.194. The online home work thingy (webassign) said I was right.
With what velocity was the rock...
So, how much weaker is the force of gravity at 500 kilometers above Earth's surface? Calculate how much of a g force the astronauts are actually experiencing. This equation can be modified for any other planet by replacing using the planet's radius and its surface gravity (how many g's).
so is their any way to have the empennage in the front? maybe have it in the rear but extent all the way to the the front? i red an article from NASA explaining it but i wasn't able to comprehend it all the way.
now if the empennage was moved to the front and the back wings are still in the back couldnt the craft have a better turning ratio? Also wouldnt the lift be not only in the back of the craft but in the front as well?
why do plains, shuttles, & man made things that fly have 3 wings? My parents told me it was so the craft doesnt go into a constant spin. But like i wanta know more like in layman's turms and in picktures and stuff. Can any one help me please?