I think the right choice is c. I'll pass on my reasoning to you:
We can think that if the formula of the potential is
V(r)=\dfrac{kq}{r}
If r tends to infinity, then V(r)=0.
But the correct answer is d).
Yes, pressure is same along the line for both the tubes since the liquids are in equlibrium. (I ignore the slightly longer air column in the left compared to the right).
Is my answer correct?
My answer : Both pressures are equal, i.e. ##\boxed{P_A = P_B}##.
Reason : (1) The block of wood displaces an amount (mass) of liquid equal to its weight (archimedes' principle for floating bodies, or law of floatation). Hence we can imagine removing the block in the second case and filling it...
What is the mathematics involved with calculating the energy lost from sound as it passes through different mediums?
If I started off with a 70dB(A) sound wave, and after 0.5m it passed through 10mm of mild steel - what would be the sound level (in dB) 1m away from the steel plate?
To clarify...
We understand that the crucial thing about the problem is that the volume of water present in the three containers are not the same. Also, we note that in each case the weight of the container is the total weight of its contents. (A student might be confused as to why should be so - after all...
https://www.wired.com/story/a-bizarre-form-of-water-may-exist-all-over-the-universe/
Black ice
I knew the Black Ice Theories since around 1990
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41586-019-1114-6
-- Demontis, P., LeSar, R. & Klein, M. L. New high-pressure phases of ice. Phys. Rev. Lett. 60...
Does anyone have an equation for the resultant density of the composite materials? Having a look around the internet and I can't find anything, there was this one website that gave me a step-by-step but the answers did not match (sciencing.com)
We want to calculate the ao/a(teq) of the equilibrium point between ρm and ρr (ρm= ρr )
My book solves it this way;
ρm(t) / ρr(t)= a(t) ⇒
⇒ (ρm/ ρr)teq =1 =
= (ρm/ ρr)o * a(teq)/ ao
I don't understand the a(teq)/ ao part. If ρm(t)= ρο/αo3 and ρr(t)= ρο/αo4 then it should be
ρm(t)/ ρr(t) =...
If you have two different liquids (water and oil for example) mixed together and free floating without gravity, will they separate as they do here on Earth? If so, what property would determine the layering structure? I suspect they would separate, and if left undisturbed probably form a...
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I am using a code on EUCLID future mission. The original author of this code has set a value for the density of galaxy equal to :
ng = 354543085.80106884
I think this is expressed in inverse steradian. I think that EUCLID mission has a 30 arcmin^-2 value for density of galaxies...
Admitted I know very little about QM, but I've been thinking about black holes and I wondered if there would be an upper limit to density of an object of the smallest size allowable if the particles are not being observed by anyone (since black holes are black)? I ignorantly wondered that...
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does anyone know density of Al0.1GaN. I have searched throught the internet but could not find anything. If possible send me some list of material properties to have some credible source of information for my work.
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I have a cylinder of some dimensions. I have a compressible liquid inside. Assuming a constant temperature, no atmosphere, no convection currents within, because it is in a cylinder, there will be no variations in density horizontally (the fluid will have time to settle). Now because there is...
Homework Statement
Assuming you know the core mass, and other data about the sun, such as temperatures and pressures. Find the density at the very center of a star.
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with...
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I am asked to give the formal expression of the total number density of galaxies and explain why is this expression problematic in practice?
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Given that the chamber is airtight and no air leakage occurs, is the design in the picture below possible? Can the pressure inside the chamber cause the button (black part at the top) to be "pushed"?
https://imgur.com/a/wOSD30D
Obviously the temperatures are over-exaggerated, but the...
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Consider the groundstate of a one-dimensional, non-interacting system of spinless fermions. Let ##a^†(x)## and ##a(x)## be the creation and annihilation operators for a fermion at the point ##x##, so that the density operator is ##n(x) = a^†(x)a(x)##. Show that the...
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Does the relative density of the early universe contribute to the red-shift of distant galaxies?
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Homework Statement
A baseball has a terminal speed of 42 m/s in air (ρ = 1.2 kg/m^3). What would be its terminal speed in water (ρ = 1.0 x 10^3 kg/m^3)?
A) 0.05 m/s
B) 1.5 m/s
C) 18 m/s
D) 42 m/s
E) 1200 m/s
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The doorway in the previous question measures 1.06 m x 2.04 m, and the wind blows parallel to the wall surface at 3.89 m.s-1. Calculate the force pushing the curtains out of the doorway. The density of air is 1.29 kg.m-3.
Known data:
A = (1.06m)(2.04m) = 2.162 m^2
v(wind)...
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