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Physics, 22.06.2019 05:30

Will give brainliest! which statement best describes the similarities between fundamental forces? electromagnetic and strong nuclear forces influence the interaction between charged particles within an atom. gravitational and magnetic forces are both types of charges that occur in nature. nuclear and magnetic forces are both related to mass and weight. strong nuclear force is most like electrical force because they are both related to distance.

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Physics, 22.06.2019 06:30

5submission this assignment is worth 20 points total. you are required to submit the following by next lab: 1. (3 points) determine the equation for the output angular velocity ω2 = θ˙ 2 as a function of θ1, ω1 = θ˙ 1 and α. you must show all your work to receive credit. 2. (2 points) use the result of problem#1 to plot ω2 over 0 ≤ θ1 ≤ 360deg with ω1 = 360deg/sec. do this for α = {10,30}deg. show the results on the same plot and properly label the axes, title, legend. for this you can use matlab or ms excel. 3. (3 points) determine the equation for the output angular acceleration ω˙ 2 and create a plot similar to the one in problem#2. 4. (10 points) submit plots of the results (ω2 and ω˙ 2) obtained from creo/mechanism and compare them to results of problem#2 and problem#3. note that you should do these comparisons for the two cases with α = {10,30}deg. 5. (2 points) provide a brief explanation of the results. did they match? what are the implications as misalignment angle increases?

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Physics, 22.06.2019 07:00

Acanoeist on a lake throws a 0.145 kg baseball at 40m/s to a friend in a different canoe. each canoe with its contents has a mass of 120kg, and is at rest initially. how fast is the first canoe moving after the pitch, assuming no friction with water? 0.33m/s 20 m/s 40 m/s 0.048

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