See attached file for full problem description. In the twin paradox, twin A remains on Earth while twin B travels a distance L, measured in the Earth's inertial frame, at a velocity v to a very distant solar system. In turning around for the return trip, the rocket malfunctions somewhat and achieves only a velocity ½ v. Fi
Suppose a shuttle were launched from a launchpad on the Moon instead of the Earth's surface. What changes would we observe? Suppose it were launched from a launchpad in space in vacuum. Would it work? What changes would we observe? Explain your answer.
See attached file for full problem description. 1. Two masses are released at the same height, and fall a very long distance under gravity, till they hit the ground. The masses are subject to air friction, which you should assume has the form —b17 for both masses, even if this mathematical form is not very accurate. Mass A
Calcium carbonate, CaCO_3, has two common crystalline forms, calcite and aragonite. Calcite, unlike aragonite, is stable at earth's surface. Calculate the pressure (at room temperature) at which the other phase should become stable.
The moon has a diameter of 3.48 x 10^6 m and is a distance of 3.85 x 10^8m from the earth. The sun has a diameter of 1.39 x 10^9 m and is 1.50 x 10^11 m from the earth. (a.) What are the angles (in radians) subtended by the moon and the sun, as measured by a person standing on the earth. (b.) Based on the answers to part (a.), i
Main diameter Distance from Mass acceleration escape orbital # of object (miles or the sun AU (earth=1) of gravity(g) velocity period moons Km) Miles/Km (m/sec2) (Km/sec) (days/yrs) 1. the sun
A hole is drilled straight through the center of the earth and a particle is dropped into the hole. Neglect rotational effects: a) Show that the particle's motion, assuming that earth's gravity acts from the exact center of the earth, is simple harmonic motion. b) Calculate the Period of oscillation
Given the spectral irradiance by the sun as measured at upper levels of the atmosphere, what is the solar radiance measured at the same place? How much optical power could you collect with 1m^2 solar panel that is equally sensitive from 0.4um to 1.0um?
Given the spectral irradiance by the sun as measured at upper levels of the atmosphere, what is the solar radiance measured at the same place? How much optical power could you collect with 1m^2 solar panel that is equally sensitive from 0.4um to 1.0um? See attached file for full problem description including diagram.
9-The Tevatron accelerator at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) outside Chicago actually consists of 5 stages to sequentially boost protons to 1 TeV (1000 GeV). What is the speed of the proton at the end of each stage? Note: the numbers given in parentheses represent the total kinetic energy at the end of each
A 150.0-kg rocket moving radially outward from Earth has a speed of 3.70 km/s when its engine shuts off 200 km above Earth's surface. a) Assuming negligible air drag, find the rocket's kinetic energy when the rocket is 1000 km above Earth's surface. b) What maximum height above the surface is reached by the rocket?
3.) consider an object of mass m, moving in a circular orbit, subject to a central attractive for e whose magnitude is given by F(r) = h/r^3. a. what are the dimensions of h? b. show that the angular momentum for the motion is uniquely determined by h and m. c. what is the resulting relation b/t period and radius analogous to Ke
This is an An interesting problem to understand the vertical upward or downward motion conceptualy. Do you know how to apply kinematical equations to the vertical motion? Are you sared of solving tough problems on kinematical euqaions of motion? Don't worry, solving one such problem or properly understanding its solution will de
(See attached file for full problem description) Please do all problems step by step showing all math used and the equations. ANswers are given, but need to see how got answer. Skip the questions that given a sentence answer. Just do the math questions. Adult here doing his best to get this material. Thanks! 25. At ti
Derive an expression for capacitance of spherical capacitor (inner and outer radii are R1 and R2 respectively) and show that in case of small distance between spheres (R1 ≈ R2) capacitance can be calculated using the expression for parallel plate capacitor.
How much potential energy with respect to ground level does a 10.0-kg lead weight have when it is 2.00 meters above the surface of the ground?
1. Suppose we accelerate a proton so that its kinetic energy is equal to its mass energy. What is the speed of such a proton? NOTE: you do not have to know the mass of the proton to do this problem: it would be the same for any particle. 2. Spaceman Spiff passes the earth on his way to Mars. His thruster control is stuck and
What is the ratio of the sunlight intensity reaching Uranus compared with the sunlight intensity reaching Earth? (On average, Uranus's distance from the Sun is 19 times that of Earth's). ________ (intensity on Uranus / intensity on Earth)
1. Calculate the force of gravity between the earth (mass - 6.0 x 10 to the 24th kg) and the moon (mass = 7.4 x 10 to the 22 power kg) The average earth distance is 3.8 x 10 to the 8th power meters. 2. Calculate the force of gravity between a new born baby of mass 4 kg and the obstetrician of mass 75kg, who is 0.3 m from th
A physics major is working to pay his college tuition by performing in a traveling carnival. He rides a motorcycle inside a hollow transparent plastic sphere. After gaining sufficient speed, he travels in a vertical circle with a radius of 13.0 m. The physics major has a mass of 70.0 kg, and his motorcycle has a mass of 40.0 kg.
Is an magnetic field a form of matter? Explain. What about a gravitational field?
Question: Assuming that 68.6% of the earth's surface is covered with water at an average depth of 1.01 miles, estimate the mass of the water on earth in kg. Given the following: Density of water = 1000 kg/m^3 1 mile = 1.6093 km 1.01 miles = 1.6254 km Total surface area of earth = 509,600,000 km^2. Area of water =
What principles would I need to use to determine the relative age of an area on the surface of Mars? What would the effect from cosmic-ray radiation have on an astronaut?
A simple 2.05 pendulum clock that works perfectly on Earth is taken to the moon, where g= 1.63m/s2. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s2. The clock is started at 12:00 am and runs for 13 hours. What will be the reading for the hours in units of h, what will the reading be in minutes and what will be the reading be in secs
1) A 2698 kg pick-up truck driven by Ford Tuff has a velocity of 42.4 m/s east. What is the magnitude of the momentum of the truck in kg-m/s? 2) A 2198 kg police pursued van is driven by Chase Mee. The van exhibits a momentum of 3698 kg-m/s. What is the velocity of the van in m/s as it veers rightward into a guardrail? 3) Rock
1. Suppose a man pushes a small car on level ground. He pushes with a force of 400 N, and the 800kg car accelerates at a rate of 0.30 m/s2. (a) What is the net force on the car? (b) Draw a force diagram for the car, showing the force of pushing, the force of friction, and weight, and the upward (normal) force of the ground.
Find the orbital speed of a satellite in a circular orbit 1870 km above the surface of the Earth. 1870km = 1.87e6 m I tried using the V^2=GMe/r and came up with 14.6 km/s which is wrong. I tried finding the velocity of earth 7.91 km/s and subtracting from the 14.6 km/s and still the answer is wrong. Am I using th
A woman astronaut weighs 120lb on earth-what does she weigh on mars?
Translate this for me! Fscale-f = Fs Fn = mg f= coefficient of kinetic friction times Fn (normal force) coefficient of kinetic friction = Fs/mg What is meant by Fscale and Fs? These are lab calculations and in the lab I believe "Fscale" was measured by an actual scale used to pull a wooden block but I don't know wha
How do you calculate the mass of the sun if you are given that G=(6.67) x (10 to the negative 11th power) x (N)(m to the second power) over kg to the second power?
1. A bathroom spring scale obeys Hooke's law and is depressed 0.750 cm by its maximum load of 120 kg. What is the springs effective force constant? 2. Fish are hung on a spring scale to determine the mass (most fishermen feel no obligation to report the mass truthfully). (a) What is the force constant of the spring in such a