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What are the various components of $E=mc^2$?
What are the various components of $E=mc^2$?What are the various components of $E=mc^2$? ...
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Luisa has decided to give up her full-time job to go back to school. Identify one potential economic risk and one potential economic benefit that Luisa might have considered in making her decision.Luisa has decided to give up her full-time job to go back to school. Identify one potential economic risk and one potential economic benefit that Luis ...
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According to the kinetic theory, the Kelvin temperature of an ideal gas is proportional to which one of the following. Is the temperature proportional to the gas's average molecular:According to the kinetic theory, the Kelvin temperature of an ideal gas is proportional to which one of the following. Is the temperature proportional ...
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The relationship between kinetic energy and the potential energy of a swinging pendulum bob is one of the following. Is it:
The relationship between kinetic energy and the potential energy of a swinging pendulum bob is one of the following. Is it:The relationship between kinetic energy and the potential energy of a swinging pendulum bob is one of the following. Is it: w) kinetic energy is grea ...
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When a charge moves through an electric circuit in the direction of an electric force it does one of the following four things. Does it:
When a charge moves through an electric circuit in the direction of an electric force it does one of the following four things. Does it:When a charge moves through an electric circuit in the direction of an electric force it does one of the following four things. Does it: w) lose pote ...
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The potential drop between the terminals of a battery is equal to the battery's EMF when:
The potential drop between the terminals of a battery is equal to the battery's EMF when:The potential drop between the terminals of a battery is equal to the battery's EMF when: w) no current is drawn from the battery x) a very large cu ...
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As a 10 kilogram mass on the end of a spring passes through its equilibrium position, the kinetic energy of the mass is 20 joules. The speed of the mass is:
As a 10 kilogram mass on the end of a spring passes through its equilibrium position, the kinetic energy of the mass is 20 joules. The speed of the mass is:As a 10 kilogram mass on the end of a spring passes through its equilibrium position, the kinetic energy of the mass is 20 joules. The speed of the ma ...
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A circuit which employs a DIRECT CURRENT source has a branch which contains a capacitor. After the circuit has reached a steady state, what is the magnitude of the current in the circuit branch which contains the capacitor?A circuit which employs a DIRECT CURRENT source has a branch which contains a capacitor. After the circuit has reached a steady state, what is the mag ...
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A 10 farad capacitor is used in a circuit. The voltage difference between the plates of the capacitor is 20 volts. What is the magnitude of the charge on each of the capacitor's plates?A 10 farad capacitor is used in a circuit. The voltage difference between the plates of the capacitor is 20 volts. What is the magnitude of the charge ...
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A constant potential difference is applied across the plates of a parallel-plate capacitor. Neglecting any edge effects, the electric field inside the capacitor is:
A constant potential difference is applied across the plates of a parallel-plate capacitor. Neglecting any edge effects, the electric field inside the capacitor is:A constant potential difference is applied across the plates of a parallel-plate capacitor. Neglecting any edge effects, the electric field inside the ...
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Three capacitors with different capacitances are connected in series. Which of the following statements is TRUE?
Three capacitors with different capacitances are connected in series. Which of the following statements is TRUE?Three capacitors with different capacitances are connected in series. Which of the following statements is TRUE? w) All three of the capacitors have ...
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Five coulombs of charge are placed on a thin-walled conducting shell. Once the charge has come to rest, the electric potential inside the hollow conducting shell is found to be:Five coulombs of charge are placed on a thin-walled conducting shell. Once the charge has come to rest, the electric potential inside the hollow condu ...
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If 10 joules of energy are required to move 5 coulombs of charge between two points, the potential difference between the two points is equal to how many volts?
If 10 joules of energy are required to move 5 coulombs of charge between two points, the potential difference between the two points is equal to how many volts?If 10 joules of energy are required to move 5 coulombs of charge between two points, the potential difference between the two points is equal to how m ...
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The potential difference across a 4 ohm resistor is 20 volts. Assuming that all of the energy dissipated by this resistor is in the form of heat, how many joules of heat are radiated in 10 seconds?The potential difference across a 4 ohm resistor is 20 volts. Assuming that all of the energy dissipated by this resistor is in the form of heat, how ...
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The constant potential difference across a 2 ohm resistor is 20 volts. How many watts of power are dissipated by this resistor?
The constant potential difference across a 2 ohm resistor is 20 volts. How many watts of power are dissipated by this resistor?The constant potential difference across a 2 ohm resistor is 20 volts. How many watts of power are dissipated by this resistor? ...
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In each of the four scenarios listed below, the two charges remain fixed in place as shown. Rank the forces acting between the two charges from the greatest to the least.
In each of the four scenarios listed below, the two charges remain fixed in place as shown. Rank the forces acting between the two charges from the greatest to the least. In each of the four scenarios listed below, the two charges remain fixed in place as shown. Rank the forces acting between the two charges from the ...
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In each of the four scenarios listed below, the two charges remain fixed in place as shown. Rank the electric potential energies of the four systems from the greatest to the least. In each of the four scenarios listed below, the two charges remain fixed in place as shown. Rank the electric potential energies of the four systems ...
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What is electrical potential?
What is electrical potential?What is electrical potential? ...
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Kansas City, despite its name, sits on the border of two US states: Missouri and Kansas. The Kansas City metropolitan area consists of 15 counties, 9 in Missouri and 6 in Kansas.Kansas City, despite its name, sits on the border of two US states: Missouri and Kansas. The Kansas City metropolitan area consists of 15 counties, 9 ...
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A charge $+16 \mathrm{C}$ is fixed at each of the points $x=3,9,15, \ldots, \infty$ on the $x$ -axis, and a charge $-16 \mathrm{C}$ is fixed at each of the points $x=6,12,18, \ldots, \infty$ on the $x$ -axis.A charge $+16 \mathrm{C}$ is fixed at each of the points $x=3,9,15, \ldots, \infty$ on the $x$ -axis, and a charge $-16 \mathrm{C}$ is fixed at each o ...
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Should entrepreneurs insist on signing an NDA when talking to potential funders?
Should entrepreneurs insist on signing an NDA when talking to potential funders? Should entrepreneurs insist on signing an NDA when talking to potential funders? &nbsp; ...
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The uncertainty in the potential difference, $V$ is $3\%$ and the uncertainty in the resistance $R$ is $2\%$. What is the uncertainty in $P$?
The uncertainty in the potential difference, $V$ is $3\%$ and the uncertainty in the resistance $R$ is $2\%$. What is the uncertainty in $P$?The power loss $P$ in a resistor is calculated using the formula \P=\dfrac{V^2}{R}\ The uncertainty in the potential difference, $V$ is $3\%$ and ...
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What makes the other methods of identification, like backdoor adjustment, better than just using truncated factorization?
What makes the other methods of identification, like backdoor adjustment, better than just using truncated factorization?What makes the other methods of identification, like backdoor adjustment, better than just using truncated factorisation? ...
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Does the consistency assumption always hold if we treat the potential outcome for each individual $Y_i(t)$ as a random variable, instead of a constant?
Does the consistency assumption always hold if we treat the potential outcome for each individual $Y_i(t)$ as a random variable, instead of a constant?Does &nbsp;the consistency assumption always hold if we treat the potential outcome for each individual $Y_i(t)$ as a random variable, instead of a co ...
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A cantaloupe and a plum fall from kitchen-counter height at the same instant. What hits the floor first?
A cantaloupe and a plum fall from kitchen-counter height at the same instant. What hits the floor first?A cantaloupe and a plum fall from kitchen-counter height at the same instant. What hits the floor first? ...
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Which mass is being referred to in E=mc^2?
Which mass is being referred to in E=mc^2?Which mass is being referred to in $E=mc^2$? ...
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Do the voltage drops given in the figure conform to Kirchoff’s Voltage Law?
Do the voltage drops given in the figure conform to Kirchoff’s Voltage Law? If you have any circuit with many loops, the algebraic sum of the voltages around any loop in the circuit is zero; this is known as Kirchoff’s Volta ...
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What is the history of the Potential Outcomes Framework for Causal Inference?
What is the history of the Potential Outcomes Framework for Causal Inference?What is the history of the Potential Outcomes Framework for Causal Inference? ...
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What are potential outcomes in causal inference?
What are potential outcomes in causal inference?What are potential outcomes in causal inference? ...
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How does the backdoor adjustment relate to the adjustment formula in potential outcomes?
How does the backdoor adjustment relate to the adjustment formula in potential outcomes?How does the backdoor adjustment relate to the adjustment formula in potential outcomes? ...
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A football of mass 0.42kg is kicked to a height of 10m. What is its gain of potential energy?
A football of mass 0.42kg is kicked to a height of 10m. What is its gain of potential energy?A football of mass 0.42kg is kicked to a height of 10m. What is its gain of potential energy? ...
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A pupil with a mass of 50kg runs from the playground to her class on the school's top floor which is 12metres above the playground. What is the gain in gravitational potential energy?A pupil with a mass of 50kg runs from the playground to her class on the school's top floor which is 12metres above the playground. What is the gain i ...
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You lift a block of mass 2.0kg up through a height of 0.80m. What is the gain in potential energy?
You lift a block of mass 2.0kg up through a height of 0.80m. What is the gain in potential energy?You lift a block of mass 2.0kg up through a height of 0.80m. What is the gain in potential energy? ...
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A student drops a piece of apparatus with a mass of 5kg from a height of 2m to the floor. What is the change of potential energy?
A student drops a piece of apparatus with a mass of 5kg from a height of 2m to the floor. What is the change of potential energy?A student drops a piece of apparatus with a mass of 5kg from a height of 2m to the floor. What is the change of potential energy? ...
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How does Donald Rubin's Potential Outcome Framework help with causal inference?
How does Donald Rubin's Potential Outcome Framework help with causal inference?How does Donald Rubin's Potential Outcome Framework help with causal inference? ...
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What is a spectrophotometer?
What is a spectrophotometer? What is a spectrophotometer? ...
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How does a spectrophotometer work?
How does a spectrophotometer work?How does a spectrophotometer work? ...
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How does an electric generator work?
How does an electric generator work?How does an electric generator work? ...
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When two charged particles are placed some distance from each other, does the size of the objects matter?
When two charged particles are placed some distance from each other, does the size of the objects matter?When two charged particles are placed some distance from each other, does the size of the objects matter? ...
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Why do batteries die?
Why do batteries die?Why do batteries die? ...
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Why is the sum of the voltages of the capacitors equal to the voltage of the battery?
Why is the sum of the voltages of the capacitors equal to the voltage of the battery?Why is the sum of the voltages of the capacitors equal to the voltage of the battery? ...
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How is potential difference developed when a positively charged plate and a negatively charged plates are separated?
How is potential difference developed when a positively charged plate and a negatively charged plates are separated?How is potential difference developed when a positively charged plate and a negatively charged plates are separated? ...
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Why exactly is electric potential lower at where the negative charges are than at where the positive charges are?
Why exactly is electric potential lower at where the negative charges are than at where the positive charges are?Why exactly is electric potential lower at where the negative charges are than at where the positive charges are? ...
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Why is electric potential high near positive charges ?
Why is electric potential high near positive charges ?Why is electric potential high near positive charges ? ...
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Why does the current increase if we increase the voltage or the potential difference?
Why does the current increase if we increase the voltage or the potential difference?Why does the current increase if we increase the voltage or the potential difference? ...
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Does a decrease in potential difference/voltage make the battery dead?
Does a decrease in potential difference/voltage make the battery dead?Does a decrease in potential difference/voltage make the battery dead? ...
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What is the net electric potential at the midway of the line joining them?
What is the net electric potential at the midway of the line joining them?If i have two similar metallic spheres having charges +q and -q seperated d cm apart frm each other in vaccum. What is the net electric potential at t ...
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Electric potential is the work done to move a unit charge from infinity to a point in space. But what does that actually mean?
Electric potential is the work done to move a unit charge from infinity to a point in space. But what does that actually mean?Electric potential is the work done to move a unit charge from infinity to a point in space. But what does that actually mean? ...
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Does a 10V battery have more electric PE than a 1V battery?