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The electric current as a function of voltage of a wire is presented by the graph. What is the power dissipated in the resistor when the applied voltage is 5 V?
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Someone needs to lift a refrigerator into the back of a truck. The truck bed is 1 m above the ground and the refrigerator weighs 294 N. How much work does the person need to do on the refrigerator to lift it into the truck?
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A cricket bowler can bowl a 158 g ball at 147 km/hr. Calculate the kinetic energy of this bowl and use this to compare to a bowling ball that weighs 7 kg. How fast would the bowling ball need to be bowled to have the same kinetic energy as the cricket ball? (Answer to 1 d.p)
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An athlete on a trampoline leaps straight up into the air with an initial speed of 6.54 m/s. Find the maximum height reached by the athlete (in meters) relative to the trampoline. Use g=9.8 ms-2 and answer to 3 SF.
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You are trying to push a crate across the rough floor of a warehouse. Just before the crate begins to move, you have applied a force of 102 N. The shipping label on the crate says it is 61 kg. Calculate the coefficient of static friction between the crate and the floor. (Use g=9.8ms-2)
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Two resistances 2Ω and 3Ω are in parallel. The combination is in series with
15Ω resistance and a power supply of voltage V. There is a current of 3A through the 2Ω
resistance. What are the values of the current I delivered by, and the voltage V across the power supply?
3A and 10.5V
4A and 9V
4A and 12V
12A and 18V
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Please explain the relationship between electrical susceptibility and dielectric constant.
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Plaese explain in details the standard model ..... quarks , leptons as well as all the elementary particles.
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An electric kettle uses 2 resistors, if one is use it takes 6 mins to boil water, the 2nd resistor takes 8 mins to boil the same quantity of water. what time it would take if they are connected in
(i)series and
(ii) parallel
Please explain in detail.
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2 bulbs 40W and 60W and rated voltage 240V are connected in series across a potential difference of 420V. Which bulb will work at above rated voltage?
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