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What is the electric field (given as a vector) at coordinates (x,y,z) = (1m,2m,2m) produced by a point charge of 4 μC sitting at the origin.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

N/C

Solution:

Charge, Q =

Coordinates (x, y, z) are (1, 2, 2)

Now, we know that the Electric field at any point in the Cartesian plane is given by:

     (1)

where

d = distance of the charge from the point

Now, from eqn (1):

N/C

N/C


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Young's experiment is performed with light of wavelength 502nm from excited helium atoms. Fringes are measured carefully on a screen 1.35m away from the double slit, and the center of the 20th fringe (not counting the central bright fringe) is found to be 10.4mm from the center of the central bright fringe. What is the separation of the two slits?

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Answer:

d = 1.30 mm

Explanation:

given,

wavelength of the light source (λ)= 502 nm

slits is separated (d) = ?

distance to form interference pattern(D) = 1.35 m  

20 th fringe

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We only have one moon. hope that helped
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B. kinetic energy plus its potential energy.
C. nuclear energy.
D. thermal energy.

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I think the correct answer from the choices listed above is option B. The mechanical energy of an object equals its kinetic energy plus its potential energy. It should be equal to energy that it posses and the energy of motion it has. Hope this answers the question.
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The electric field strength between the plates of a simple air Capacitor is equal to the voltage across the plates divided by the distance between them. When a voltage of 112 V is put across the plates of such a capacitor an electric field strength of 1.1 kV/cm is measured. Write an equation that will let you calculate the distance d between the plates. Your equation should contain only symbols. Be sure you define each symbol

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Answer:

Explanation:

The electric field strength between the plates of a parallel plate capacitor is given by:

where

V is the potential difference

d is the distance between the plates

If we re-arrange the formula, we find a new equation that lets us calculate d:

We can at this point substitute the values:

V = 112 V

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To find the distance:

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A wave has a wavelength of 5 mm and a frequency of 17 hertz. What is its speed?

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A hall probe serves to measure magnetic field strength. such a probe consists of a poor conductor 0.155 mm thick, whose charge-carrier density is 1.05 × 1025 m3. when a 2.67-a current flows through the probe, the hall voltage is measured to be 4.89 mv. what is the magnetic field strength?

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We are given the following:
thickness, T = 0.155 mm
charge-carrier density, n = 1.05 x 10^25 / m3
current, I = 2.67 A
voltage, V = 4.89 mV

We are asked to get the magnetic strength, B

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Which type of mixture can be separated using distillation? A compound with elements of different boiling points
Homogeneous mixture with components of different boiling points
A compound with elements of similar boiling points
Homogeneous mixture with components of similar boiling points

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Answer:

B

Explanation:

Homogeneous mixture with components of different boiling points

Homo means it is not dissolved yet, making it easier to extract using distillation process.

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Answer:

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Explanation:

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Answer

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