PHYSICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the dimension of magnetic flux

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Answer 1
Answer: F=qvBsinθF=qvBsin⁡θ
B=FqvsinθB=Fqvsin⁡θ
[B]=[MLT−2][LT−1][AT]=MLOT−2A−1[B]=[MLT−2][LT−1][AT]=MLOT−2A−1

Hence Magnetic flux = BA
=[MT−2A−1][L2]=[MT−2A−1][L2]
=ML2T−2A−1
Answer 2
Answer:

The unit of magnetic flux is 1 Weber (Wb).



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A student launches a small 0.5 kg rocket with an initial speed of 30 m/s at an angle of 60°. Approximately how much time will the rocket spend in the air? Air resistance is negligible.

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Answer:

Explanation:

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As a small bullet leaves a gun, a net force is applied to shoot it through a barrel. If the bullet has a mass of 34.67 grams and leaves the barrel at a speed of 249.7 m/s. If the barrel of the gun is only 13 cm, what force is applied to the bullet as it leaves the gun?

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F = 333.1 N

Explanation:

Force: This is defined as the product of mass of a body and its acceleration. The S.I unit of force is Newton (N).

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v² = u² + 2as............. Equation 1

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a = (v² - u²)/2s................. Equation 2

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F = M a................ Equation 3

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Joaquin mows the lawn at his grandmother’s home during the summer months. Joaquin measured the distance across his grandmother’s lawn as 11.5 meters.
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Velocity is define as how fast an object is moving, and in what direction, it is a vector quantity, meaning velocity has both magnitude and direction. Anything goes to the left is negative, and anything goes to the right is positive.

a. Direction from east to west, given distance 11.5 meters, and time of 7.10 s

V = displacement/time  V = -11.5/7.10 S  V = -1.62 m/s  (going left)

b. Joaquin reaches his original position. Displacement is now zero.

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