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Shock resisting steels should have  a low wear resistance

June 25, 2024/

Question Shock resisting steels should have _ _ a low wear resistance b low hardness c low tensile strength d toughness Answer Step 1 Solution : Shock resisting steels should have toughness. Option     D Explanation : Explanation: High toughness is essential for applications where the steel is subjected to sudden loads for applications where the steel is…

A 23.5 g sample of NaBr was placed in a 500.0 mL volumetric

June 18, 2024/

Question A 23.5 g sample of NaBr was placed in a 500.0 mL volumetric flask, which was filled to the mark with water. What is the molar concentration of the resulting NaBr solution? Answer Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Answer The molar concentration of the resulting NaBr solution is approximately 0.456 M. Molar Concentration Calculation: 23.5 g NaBr in 500 mL Solution…

A Nagging React newbie B is constantly troubling React

June 12, 2024/

Question A Nagging React newbie “B” is constantly troubling React expert “A”. React Expert “A” needs to know the minimum set of people following him he needs to remove from his network to stop “B” from reaching out to him. INPUT FORMAT Total Members in UI Friend Network =N Memberld 1=N1 Memberld 2= N2 Memberld3 =N3 MemberleN =Nn Total Possible Edges =E < Follower 1>< Following 1> < Follower 2>< Following 2> < Follower N>< Following N> Follower =A Following = B OUTPUT FORMAT…

Acceleration and tension in e pendulum string - DEPENDENT

June 11, 2024/

Question Acceleration and tension in e pendulum string – DEPENDENT MULTI-PART PROBLEM – ASSIGN ALL PARTS A pendulum is 0.800 m long. und the bob has a mass of 2.40 kg. When the string makes an angle of θ=16.4∗ with the vertical, the bob is moving at 130 m/s. Problem 05.055 – 1- Tangential acceleration Find the magnitude of the tangential acceleration…

In a World Cup soccer match, Juan is running due north

June 11, 2024/

Question In a World Cup soccer match, Juan is running due north toward the goal with a speed of 7.40 m/s relative to the ground. A teammate passes the ball to him. The ball has a speed of 13.9 m/s and is moving in a direction of 31.8∘ east of north, relative to the ground. What is the magnitude of the…

For a one-dimensional system with the Hamiltonian H=2p2​

June 9, 2024/

Question For a one-dimensional system with the Hamiltonian H=2p2​−2q21​, show that there is a constant of the motion D=2pq​−Ht (b) As a generalization of part (a), for motion in a plane with the Hamiltonian H=∣p∣n−ar−n,  21. (a) For a one-dimensional system with the Hamiltonian H=2p2​−2q21​ show that there is a constant of the motion D=2pq​−Ht (b) As a generalization of part (a), for…

Convert the following measurement

June 8, 2024/

Question Convert the following measurement Answer Measurement Conversions for Chemistry Students: A Comprehensive Guide Introduction In the world of chemistry, precise measurements are crucial for accurate experiments and reliable results. Whether you’re working in a lab or studying for exams, mastering measurement conversions is an essential skill for every chemistry student. This comprehensive…

Compound A decomposes according to the equation A(e)=2 B( g)+C(e) A sealed

June 8, 2024/

Question Compound A decomposes according to the equation A(e)=2 B( g)+C(e) A sealed 1.00−L container initially contains 1.75×10−3 mol of A(g),1.27×10−3 mol of B (s), and 6.53×10−4 mol of C(s) at 100×C,At equabrium, [A] is 2,15×10−3MI. Solve for the equabrium concentrations of B and C: Be sure each of your answer entries has the correct number of significant figures; Part 1 of 2 Part2012 [C]s​=M Answer Step 1 Step 2 Answer Calculating Equilibrium:…

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