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Cheetos energy

Energy is the ability to do work. It is important because every object we produce requires energy; for example transport, growth, and development. Humans and all other things get energy from the sun. Some forms of energy are kinetic, potential, thermal, chemical, electrical, and mechanical. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. Potential energy is the energy which results from a position or configuration. Thermal, or heat, energy is the energy a substance or system has related to its temperature...

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Science in a Lacrosse Shot

Physical Requirements). Shear commenced a 3-D biomechanical study to show the physical fundamentals behind a flawless lacrosse shot. Lacrosse involves a complex rotary motion entailing a kinetic linking from your feet to your arms. Kinetic linking is associated with kinetic energy. Kinetic energy is “the form of energy contained in an objects motion” (Bloomfield, 31). Each body segment is a “link in the chain” (i.e. hips, arms, stick, etc.). In preparation for just the right shot, a good player needs...

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Physics Mark Scheme

fixed volume rigid forces: retains shape / does not flow / little deformation (allow 1 mark for fixed volume, fixed shape) 4 (a) (i) (change in) potential energy = mgh = 0.056 × 9.8 × 16 = 8.78 J (allow 8.8) (ii) (initial) kinetic energy = ½mv2 = ½ × 0.056 × 182 = 9.07 J (allow 9.1) total kinetic energy = 8.78 + 9.07 = 17.9 J (b) kinetic energy = ½mv2 17.9 = ½ × 0.056 × v2 and v = 25(.3) m s-1 (c) horizontal velocity = 18 m s-1 (d) (i) correct shape of diagram (two sides of right-angled triangle with...

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Work Power Energy

Experiment 7: Work, Power and Energy Laboratory Report John Karl Macrohon Department of Math and Physics College of Science, University of Santo Tomas España, Manila Philippines Abstract The experiment is subdivided into two activities: Power and Energy of a Tossed Ball (Physics with Computers). The work done by gravity on each member when going up and downstairs of the second and third floors of the Main Building and the power output of each member of the group in each case was computed...

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Coefficient of Restitution of a Golf Ball

deformed and flattened by the impact and the transfer of energy. Different brands of balls are made from different materials, and some balls have harder cores, while others have softer cores. The strength of the core directly relates to the coefficient of restitution; with a harder core, the ball will deform less and travel farther because of a more efficient transfer of kinetic energy from club to ball. With a softer core, too much energy will be spent deforming the ball and it will not travel...

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Its a Sylabus

velocity and acceleration of a particle or rigid body in motion. 2.- Use the second law of motion to calculate acceleration and obtain information about the forces acting on the object. 3.- Use energy methods such as concepts of work, kinetic and potential energy in solving problems involving forces depending on the object’s position. 4.- Use momentum methods to determine the change in object’s velocity. Analyze impacts and forces exerted by continuous flow...

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Dota

explained so mean kinetic energy / = ½m = 3/2 kT (c) (i) pV = nRT 2.1 × 107 × 7.8 × 10–3 = n × 8.3 × 290 n = 68 mol (ii) mean kinetic energy = 3/2 kT = 3/2 × 1.38 × 10–23 × 290 = 6.0 × 10–21 J (iii) realisation that total internal energy is the total kinetic energy energy = 6.0 × 10–21 × 68 × 6.02 × 1023 = 2.46 × 105 J [2] [1] [1] [4] C1 A1 [2] C1 A1 C1 C1 A1 B1 [2] [3] [1] 3 (a) (i) to-and-fro / backward and forward motion (between two limits) (ii) no energy loss or gain...

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Research Scholar

If the defining relations of the generalized coordinates do not depend explicitly on time and the potential is not velocity dependent, then the Hamiltonian is given by (T is the kinetic energy and L is the Lagrangian) A) H=T-V B) H = 2T - L C) H = 2T + L D) H = L - 2T 12. An 16O ion having an energy of 150 MeV is incident on a gold nucleus along a straight trajectory having an impact parameter of 10 fermis. If the angular momentum of the ion with respect to the nucleus is lh ...

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Chromotography

extend a measure of kinectic energy of molecules in the system. Thus the lower the kinetic energy, the lower the tempearrute of a system and likewise the higher kinetic energy, the greater the temperature of the system. Increases in the temperature of a system results from the increase in the kinetic energy of the system. This has several effects on the reacts of reactions. The main effects are:- More energetic collisions – When molecules collide, the kinetic energy of the molecules can be converted...

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Mechanics: Work, Energy, Momentum, Kinematics of Rotational Motion

Mechanics: Work, Energy, Momentum, Kinematics of Rotational Motion Jacque Lynn F Gabayno, Ph.D. Lecture Notes 1 Work as defined in Physics r r W =F s Force× Displacement = Force × Displacement *SI Units: 1 N.m = 1 Joules (i.e. same as the unit of energy) 2 Recall “Dot Product” The dot product allows us to multiply two vectors to get something that is SCALAR. r A r A For a constant force: r r r B = A B cos ! r B = Ax Bx + Ay By + Az Bz Only those along the direction of...

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