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The weight, w, of a spring in pounds is given by 0.9 times the square root of the energy, E, stored by the spring in joules. If the energy stored by the spring is 12 joules, what is the approximate weight of the spring in pounds?

Answered by answersmine AT 22/10/2019 – 02:34 AM The is the concept of algebra, the weight of the spring can be modeled by the equation;w=0.9sqrt Ewhere;=energy in joules;thus the weight of the spring when the energy is 12 j will be:w=0.9sqrt12w=3.18 g

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Geothermal energy consists of: a. wind and hydropower. b. energy stored in soil, underground rocks, and fluids in Earth's mantle. c. wave and tide power. d. energy from biomass.

Geothermal energy consists of: a. wind and hydropower. b. energy stored in soil, underground rocks, and fluids in Earth’s mantle. c. wave and tide power. d. energy from biomass.

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To prevent contamination deliveries should be inspected and stored away immediately true or false

The given statement is true. To assure that the delivered food items are free from contamination it should be inspected and stored away immediately. As soon as the food is prepared it should be packed so as to keep it fresh and free from contamination. If the food is kept …

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Ribosomes are stored as part of which of the following? Golgi bodies nucleus endoplasmic reticulum chromatin

There are two systems in the human body that are responsible for the coordination between the functions of different systems to achieve the unity of the living organism’s body. These two systems are the nervous system and the endocrine system. The action of the nervous system is fast and takes …

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The table describes a gas stored in four different containers. properties of stored gas container properties 1 · low number of collisions with container walls · medium average kinetic energy · large number of particles 2 · large number of collisions with container walls · medium average kinetic energy · small number of particles with little spaces between them 3 · large number of collisions with container walls · high average kinetic energy · large number of particles with large spaces between them 4 · few collisions with container walls · low average kinetic energy · small number of particles which container has gas stored at the highest temperature?

The equation for how temperature changes the resistance R is:  R=R₀(1+α(T-T₀)), where R₀ is the resistance at T₀=20°C, T is the temperature for which we want to calculate the resistance and α is the temperature coefficient for resistance.  The resistance of the copper wire increases by 18% or by 0.18, so the …

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55 kg of liquefied natural gas (lng) are stored in a rigid, sealed 0.17 m3 vessel. in this problem, model lng as 100% methane. due to a failure in the cooling/insulation system, the temperature increases to 200 k, which is above the critical temperature; thus, the natural gas will no longer be in the liquid phase.

55 kg of liquefied natural gas (lng) are stored in a rigid, sealed 0.17 m3 vessel. in this problem, model lng as 100% methane. due to a failure in the cooling/insulation system, the temperature increases to 200 k, which is above the critical temperature; thus, the natural gas will no …

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Which of the following is an INCORRECT statement describing energy. Total energy within a closed system stays constant. The total energy in the Universe is in a state of flux. Energy can be stored as mass. Energy can be transferred from one form to another in a closed system.

Let V = the speed of the projectile relative to the cart., and that is fired at angle x relative to the horizontal. Because the cart moves horizontally at 30 m/s, The horizontal launch velocity of the projectile is u = V*cos(x) + 30 The vertical launch velocity of the projectile …

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Nitric oxide is unique because it: a. dialates airways during an asthma attack b. is not stored in vesicles but is made on demand c. blocks the reuptake of dopamine d. is only found in the pns e. is both inhibitory and excitatory

Answer : The empirical formula is, Solution : First we have to calculate the mass of molybdenum and mass of oxygen. Mass of molybdenum = Mass of crucible and molybdenum – Mass of crucible Mass of molybdenum (Mo) = 39.52 – 38.26 =1.26 g Mass of oxygen = Mass of …

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_____ theory suggests that forgetting is due to a momentary inability to recall permanently stored information due to interference, faulty cues, or high emotional arousal.

_____ theory suggests that forgetting is due to a momentary inability to recall permanently stored information due to interference, faulty cues, or high emotional arousal.

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Kinetic energy is a. the form of energy that actually does work. b. movement of ions or electrons. c. energy that flows between objects with different temperatures. d. stored energy that could do work but is not doing so. e. energy that moves in waves.

Answer: sum of kinetic energy and the potential energy Explanation: The sum of the kinetic energy and the potential energy is known as the mechanical energy. The energy of a body possessed by the body by virtue of its position or configuration is called the potential energy of the body. …

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Proteins destined for extracellular release are packaged in specific vesicles. After packaging, the vesicles bud off and are stored in the cell until a signal is given for their release. When the appropriate signal is received they move towards the membrane and fuse to release their contents. Once proteins have been produced at the ribosomes, what two organelles work together to aid in the secretion process described above? A) ribosome and ER B) Golgi apparatus and rough ER C) Golgi apparatus and lysosome D) mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulum

Ans. (D) couples who are planning to have children. Genetic counselors are healthcare experts, who advise peoples and families having risk of genetic disorders or are affected by genetic diseases to guide them about psychological, medical, and familial implications of factors for the disease. Generally, they work with couples who …

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All organisms require a set of instructions that specify its traits. The instructions that are responsible for all the inherited traits of an organism A. are formed after an organism is fully-grown. B. are passed from the offspring to the parent. C. are encoded in molecules of genetic material. D. are stored in the organism’s brain only.

Answer: The process in which process do producers use carbon from carbon dioxide to produce other carbon-containing molecules is the Photosynthesis. Explanation: Photosynthesis is the process of making food by plants. To make it, plants need chlorophyll, which is a green pigment that they have on the leaves. It is …

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What has research in neuroscience revealed about where memories are stored and how they are processed?

Researchers have been able to trace memory down to the structural and even the molecular level in recent years, showing that memories are stored throughout many brain structures in the connections between neurons, and can even depend on a single molecule for their long-term stability. The brain stores memories in two ways. …

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Thermal energy is the energy associated with electric fields. being stored in chemical bonds. the pull of gravity. temperature.

Answer: (4)electrical conductivity Explanation: Given : 1.0 mole of and 1.0 mole of 1 mole of and 1.0 mole of ,. both have ions. Empirical formula is the simplest chemical formula which depicts the whole number of atoms of each element present in the compound. Thus both and have same …

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