University of California - Davis
- Two objects of masses m1 = 0.56 kg and m2 = 0.88 kg are placed on a horizontal frictionless surface and a compressed spring of force constant k = 280 N/m is placed between them as in Fig. a. Neglect the mass of the spring. The spring is not attached to either object and is compressed a distance of 9.8 cm. If the objects are released from rest, find the final velocity of each object as shown in Fig. b.
Rs. 0. No. 02 The cost accountant of Faizan Manufacturing Co, has prepared the following summary: - Inventories at 1" Sep. 1990 Rs. Raw Material 40,000 Work in Process 12,000 Fuel 2,000 Factory Repair Parts 2,800 Finished Goods 14,000 70,800 Raw Material Purchases 58,000 Fuel Purchases 5.200 Direct Labour 83,100 Miscellaneous Factory Overhead 2,300 Repairs to Factory (Including purchase of parts) 4,200 Depreciation of plant 2,700 Superintendence 1,200 Transportation out 1,100 Purchases Discount Lost 800 Indirect Factory labour 2,000 231,400 Inventories at 30th Sep. 1990 Raw Material 36,000 Work in Process 15,000 Fuel 3,400 Factory Repair Parts 2,600 Finished Goods 12,000 69,000 162,400
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Two objects of masses m1=0.56kg and m2=0.88kg are placed on a horizontal frictionless surface and acompressed spring of force constant k=280n/m is placed between them as.neglect the mass of the spring, the spring is not attached to either object and is compressed adistance of 9.8cm. if the object are released from rest, find the final velocity of each object
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1. Write the subjects to order them from smallest to largest (top to bottom).
2. Remember the Scale Tool that was used in lesson 1.1 to help you order the objects, if needed, skin cell , human cell , grain of salt , water molecule and E. Coli bacteria