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Magnetic Poles: If you were to cut a small permanent bar

Magnetic Poles: If you were to cut a small permanent bar magnet in half, one piece would be a magnetic north pole and the other piece would be a south pole. neither piece would be magnetic. each piece… read more

Question 15:OK, one more time. This time the magnet has mass

Question 15:OK, one more time. This time the magnet has mass 7.98 kg and the force pulling it to the right is 68.5 N. When the magnet hits the floor, it continues being pulled to the right by the same… read more

Question 13: Same situation as in the previous two problems

Question 13: Same situation as in the previous two problems this time the magnet s mass is 6.17 kg and the magnetic force pulling it to the right is 122.2 N. The length of the cord is 1.21 m, and the … read more

Question 15:OK, one more time. This time the magnet has mass

Question 15:OK, one more time. This time the magnet has mass 7.98 kg and the force pulling it to the right is 68.5 N. When the magnet hits the floor, it continues being pulled to the right by the same… read more

Question 13: Same situation as in the previous two problems

Question 13: Same situation as in the previous two problems this time the magnet s mass is 6.17 kg and the magnetic force pulling it to the right is 122.2 N. The length of the cord is 1.21 m, and the … read more

Question 11: A magnet of mass 7.51 kg is suspended from the

Question 11: A magnet of mass 7.51 kg is suspended from the ceiling by a cord as shown. A large magnet is somewhere off to the right, pulling on the small hanging magnet with a constant force of F = 1… read more

Two Identical charges, each -8.00 X 〖10〗^(-5) C, are separated

Two Identical charges, each -8.00 X 〖10〗^(-5) C, are separated by a distance of 25.0 cm. Find the electric force between them? What's the electric force exerted on a test charge of 3.86 X 〖10〗^(-5) C … read more

Consider a long straight conducting wire that terminates in

Consider a long straight conducting wire that terminates in a metal sphere of radius r = 0.50 + or - 0.01 cm. Suppose the wire is carrying a current of I = 3.0 + or - 0.2 A in order to charge the sphe… read more

Consider a long straight conducting wire that terminates in

Consider a long straight conducting wire that terminates in a metal sphere of radius r = 0.50 + or - 0.01 cm. Suppose the wire is carrying a current of I = 3.0 + or - 0.2 A in order to charge the sphe… read more

Radar level measuring devices,GUIDED WAVE RADAROk currently

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I am looking with help in Math116 My Math Lab 2. Do the

I am looking with help in Math116 My Math Lab 2. Do the following. A. Write the equation in slope-intercept form. B. Give the slope and Y-intercept of the line X=5y-4 3. Electrical services costs $8 p… read more

I am fixing to take a 45 minute timed quiz in physical science

I am fixing to take a 45 minute timed quiz in physical science over magnetism. It should be about 20 questions. Would you be interested in helping me? There will be a bonus with this!!… read more

A stream of electrons, each with speed v 5.9 10^6 m s^ 1

A stream of electrons, each with speed v = 5.9 × 10^6 m s^-1 and travelling horizontally along the x-axis in the positive x-direction enters a region pervaded by a uniform magnetic field B. The electr… read more

is there any mathmatical calculation to figure out how much

is there any mathmatical calculation to figure out how much electricity you can or should apply to a coil wrapped around a piece of metal to magnatise it to its full potential?… read more

With a point charge of 20 nC at the origin, if you are moving

With a point charge of 20 nC at the origin, if you are moving past the charge at beta=.866 in the x direction, what are the magnetic and electric field vectors when you reach (0,0,10)? 10 is measured … read more

1.) Consider a pair of flashlight bulbs connected to a battery.

1.) Consider a pair of flashlight bulbs connected to a battery. Do they glow brighter if they are connected in series of in parallel? Does the battery run down faster if they are connected in series o… read more

This is a question for Math Expert David, This is in reference

This is a question for Math Expert David, This is in reference to our discussion about the magnetic flux density thing.SO;;; I can see how the dot product of our vector(1,1,0) and the matrix(or "trans… read more

the energy S carried by electromagnetic waves in space is proportional

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