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Physics, 21.06.2019 14:00, camballard3848

Two red blood cells each have a mass of 9.0 multiply. gif 10-14 kg and carry a negative charge spread uniformly over their surfaces. the repulsion arising from the excess charge prevents the cells from clumping together. one cell carries −2.50 pc of charge and the other −3.10 pc, and each cell can be modeled as a sphere 7.5 μm in diameter. (a) what speed would they need when very far away from each other to get close enough to just touch? assume that there is no viscous drag from any of the surrounding liquid. answer is: 321 m/s how do i find this (b) what is the maximum acceleration of the cells in part (a)? answer is: 1.38e+10 m/s2 how did they find this answer

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Physics, 21.06.2019 22:00, baidentheodore617

Let v1, v2, w be three linearly independent vectors in r 3 . that is, they do not all lie on the same plane. for each of the following (infinite) set of vectors, carefully sketch it in r 3 , and determine whether or not it is a vector space (i. e., a subspace of r 3 ). explain your reasoning

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Physics, 21.06.2019 23:30, xxxamslashxxx9

If 21.2 kcals of energy is released by this reaction, how many kj does the reaction release? (1 cal 4.184 j)

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Physics, 22.06.2019 05:00, hihihi129473838

Unpolarized light falls on two polarizer sheets whose transmission axes are at right angles. a third polarizer is placed between the first two so that its axis makes a 52-degree angle with the axis of the first polarizer. a) what fraction of the incident light intensity is transmitted through the first polaroid? b) what fraction of the incident light intensity is transmitted through the second polaroid? c) what is the angle of polarization of the light that enters the third polaroid? d) what fraction of the incident light intensity is transmitted through the third polaroid. e) what happens if the middle polaroid is removed?

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If you drop a 2.2kg ball from the top of a 42m high building, how fast will it be going just before...