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## Physics 1028 Lecture 4: Chapter 7

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We use the conservation of energy concept, written as: (1) for which we first identify the initial and final instants. Choose them such that the inform
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## Physics 1028 Lecture 8: Chapter 10

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Solution to part (a): the argument for the amount of heat is based on the first law of thermodynamics for a closed system. We know that w = 0 j since t
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## Physics 1028 Lecture 2: Chapter 9

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24 Sep
The best way to proceed with this problem is to focus on the units of the given parameters. We define as n the number of steps taken during the time in
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## Physics 1028 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Viscosity, Newtonian Fluid, International System Of Units

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24 Sep
Solution to part (a): we use the equation of continuity in the form: in which the index con refers to the constricted section of the pipe. The second e
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## Physics 1028 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Mechanical Equilibrium, Electric Field

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24 Sep
Initially, there is no electrostatic force since sphere b doesn"t carry a charge. After connecting both spheres, the mutual repulsion of the mobile pos
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## Physics 1028 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Centripetal Force, Electric Potential Energy, Electric Potential

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24 Sep
[18. 8] gives the potential for a point charge: Solution to part (b): the electric potential energy follows from the charge and the potential: (1) (2)
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## Physics 1028 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Molar Mass, Electrolytic Cell

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24 Sep
Solution to part (a): we find with ohm"s law: (1) Solution to part (b): for the lower resistance of wet skin we find accordingly vmax = 0. 16 v. thus,
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## Physics 1028 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Angular Frequency, Net Force, Buoyancy

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24 Sep
This is an application of hooke"s law: in which the force in the stress term f/a is given by the weight of the person. We are asked to calculate the ab
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## Physics 1028 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Hot Air Balloon, Operating Temperature, Molar Mass

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24 Sep
First we consider the diver at a depth of 7. 0 m below the water surface without the snorkel tube. The external pressure on the diver"s body is given b
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