PHYSICS
HIGH SCHOOL

B.) 72.0 Pa

C.) 2.00 x 10^4 Pa

D.) 0.500 Pa

Answer: There are several information's of immense importance already given. Let us now focus on the problem in hand.

Pressure = Force/Area

Area = 58.8 cm^2

= 0.0058 m2

Then

Pressure = (12 * 9.8)/0.0058

= 20275 Pascals

= 2 Pa

The correct option among all the options that are given in the question is the first option or option "A". I hope that this is the answer that has actually come to your desired help.

Pressure = Force/Area

Area = 58.8 cm^2

= 0.0058 m2

Then

Pressure = (12 * 9.8)/0.0058

= 20275 Pascals

= 2 Pa

The correct option among all the options that are given in the question is the first option or option "A". I hope that this is the answer that has actually come to your desired help.

Answer:

Answer:A.) 2.00 Pa

Explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How do you calculate an object’s mechanical energy?

The calculation of mechanical energy is done via two components of mechanical energy, which are kinetic energy and potential energy.

Explanation:

Kinetic energy is the energy which is required to perform an action. Potential energy is the energy which the body has, just due to the virtue of being capable of doing work. Potential Energy is calculated by,

Kinetic energy is calculated by,

Therefore, Energy=kinetic energy + potential energy

The formula for mechanical energy is mechanical energy equal to kinetic energy plus potential energy

HIGH SCHOOL

Hydrogen-2 and Hydrogen-3 fuse to form Helium-4 and a neutron. How much energy is released in this nuclear reaction?

1 jul is released after

HIGH SCHOOL

Which best defines energy

Able to do work

that's what energy is best defined as

that's what energy is best defined as

Well if your talking health, the power to do things

Electrical wise, it’s a way to power a light bulb

Electrical wise, it’s a way to power a light bulb

HIGH SCHOOL

what is the wavelength of a photon that could just barely ionize a hydrogen atom with its electron in the ground state?

Answer:

91.127 nm

Explanation:

Where, R is the Rydberg's constant 10973731.6 m⁻¹.

Electron is in ground state, n₁ = 1

For hydrogen to barely ionize, n₂ = ∞

Substitute the values: