PHYSICS
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Answer:

Answer:

0.07 V

Explanation:

The electric field between two parallel plates is uniform, and its magnitude is given by

where

is the magnitude of the charge density on each face

is the vacuum permittivity

In this problem, we have

So, the electric field is

So now we can calculate the potential difference between the two plates, given by:

where is the distance between the two plates. Substituting, we find

COLLEGE

Find the efficiency e of the oven. you will need to use the fact that 4.2 j of energy is required to raise the temperature of 1.0 ml of coffee by 1.0∘c .

Note that

V = 1.0 mL = 1 cm³ = 10⁻⁶ m³, the volume of water (coffee)

ρ = 1000 kg/m³, the density of water

c = 4.18 kJ/(kg-K), the specific heat of water

The mass of 1 mL of water (coffee) is

m = ρV = (1000 kg/m³)*(10⁻⁶ m³) = 10⁻³ kg

The heat required to raise the temperature by ΔT = 1.0 °C (1 K) is

Q₁ = m*c*ΔT

= (10⁻³ kg)*(4.18 kJ/(kg-K))*(1 K)

= 4.18 x 10⁻³ kJ

= 4.18 J

The actual heat used is Q₂ = 4.2J.

The efficiency is

e = Q₁/Q₂ = 4.18/4.2 = 0.995 or 99.5%

Note that this efficiency does not include the efficiency of the electrical circuitry and the magnetron.

Answer: 99.5%

V = 1.0 mL = 1 cm³ = 10⁻⁶ m³, the volume of water (coffee)

ρ = 1000 kg/m³, the density of water

c = 4.18 kJ/(kg-K), the specific heat of water

The mass of 1 mL of water (coffee) is

m = ρV = (1000 kg/m³)*(10⁻⁶ m³) = 10⁻³ kg

The heat required to raise the temperature by ΔT = 1.0 °C (1 K) is

Q₁ = m*c*ΔT

= (10⁻³ kg)*(4.18 kJ/(kg-K))*(1 K)

= 4.18 x 10⁻³ kJ

= 4.18 J

The actual heat used is Q₂ = 4.2J.

The efficiency is

e = Q₁/Q₂ = 4.18/4.2 = 0.995 or 99.5%

Note that this efficiency does not include the efficiency of the electrical circuitry and the magnetron.

Answer: 99.5%

The efficiency of the oven is .

Further Explanation:

The efficiency of the over is given as the ratio of the amount of energy provided to the coffee and the amount of energy consumed by the oven.

The amount of energy provided to the coffee by the oven is given as:

Here, is the amount energy gained by the coffee, is the volume of the coffee, is the specific heat capacity of the coffee and is the change in temperature.

Since the coffee uses of energy to raise the temperature of by . So, the specific heat capacity of the coffee is .

Substitute the values in above expression:

Now, the amount of energy supplied to the oven is:

Here, is the power and is the time for which the oven is operated.

Substitute the values of and in above expression.

The efficiency of the oven is given by:

Substitute the values in the above expression.

Thus, the efficiency of the oven is .

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Answer Details:

Grade: College

Subject: Physics

Chapter: Specific heats

Keywords: Efficiency of oven, coffee mug, 4.2 J, 1100 W, power, time, 45 s, input energy, ratio, energy consumed, heat coffee, temperature.

COLLEGE

How many Newtons of force are required to stop a truck 2250 kg

U need a force of 27600N

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How many minutes does light need to travel from the sun to Jupiter?

Light travels at a speed of 299,792 kilometers per second; 186,287 miles per second

Mercury it will take 193.0 seconds(3.2 minutes)

Venus it will take 360.0 seconds(6.0 minutes)

Earth it will take 499.0 seconds(8.3 minutes)

Mars It will take 759.9 seconds(12.6 minutes)

Jupiter It will take 2595.0 seconds(43.2 minutes)

Saturn it will take 4759.0 seconds(79.3 minutes)

Uranus it will take 9575.0 seconds(159.6 minutes)

Neptune it will take 14998.0 seconds(4.1 hours)

Pluto it will take 19680.0 seconds(5.5 hours)

HIGH SCHOOL

A small bolt with a mass of 33.0 g sits on top of a piston. The piston is undergoing simple harmonic motion in the vertical direction with a frequency of 3.05 Hz. What is the maximum amplitude that the piston can oscillate without the bolt losing contact with the piston's surface?

Answer:

0.027m

Explanation:

the bolt loses contact with the piston only when acceleration due to gravity equals acceleration of piston

ω² * A = g where ω is angular velocity, A amplitude, g acceleration due to gravity

ω is given by 2πf, ω² is 4π²f²

A= g/4π²f² depending on the value of g used either 10m/s² or 9.8m/s²,

i used 10m/s² in this answer