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Rounded to the nearest whole number, what is the atomic mass of platinum? 78 117 195 273


Answer: The atomic mass of the platinum will be 195.

Explanation:

We know that,

Atomic mass is the sum of the electrons and protons.

Platinum is the chemical element and it is the symbol is Pt. The atomic number of the platinum is 78 and the atomic mass is the 195,084 u.

According to the question,

Rounded to the nearest whole number

Hence, The atomic mass of the platinum will be 195.


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Nuclear reactions result in tremendous amounts of a. uranium. b. energy. c. fission. d. mass.

I believe the correct answer from the choices listed above is option B. Nuclear reactions result in tremendous amounts of energy. nuclear reaction is considered to be the process in which two nuclear particles interact to produce two or more nuclear particles or ˠ-rays. Hope this answers the question.

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Which tools would be use to find an irregularly shaped object’s mass and volume?

Scales for weight
Any beaker to measure the volume of liquid displaced

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The stress force that causes a mass of rock to pull or twist in opposite directions in called ______.

Shearing

The stress force that causes a mass of rock to pull or twist in opposite directions is called shearing.

Hope this helps! :)

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A net force of 125 N accelerates a 25.0 kg mass. What is the resulting acceleration?

Answer: a=5 m/s^2

Explanation:

The acceleration of an object can be calculated by using Newton's second law:

F=ma

where

F is the net force applied on the object

m is the mass of the object

a is its acceleration

In this problem, we have F=125 N and m=25.0 kg, so we can rearrange the equation to calculate the acceleration:

a=\frac{F}{m}=\frac{125 N}{25.0 kg}=5 m/s^2

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If you increase the force on an item without changing the mass you increase acceleration? true or false?

(F)(M)=A
Force times Mass equals Acceleration.
The answer is TRUE. 
If the mass increases the number on the left side of the equation increases, thus increasing the right side as well.

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The acceleration due to gravity on Earth is 9.80 m/s2. An African elephant can have a mass up to 6,050 kg. What is its weight?

The weight on earth is equal to m*g, where m is the mass and g is the gravitational force. 6050 (m) * 9.8 (g) = 59290 Newtons.

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What is meant by the following statement? "Acceleration is inversely proportional to mass."

Answer:

he gave the correct answer its just we had options when we were doing this assignment so thanks for going in depth

Explanation:

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A student hangs a mass of 150 g on a force table at an angle of 150 degrees . If she then hangs a mass of 220 g at 270 degrees. A) at what angle should she hang a mass of 195 g so that the ring is in equilibrium? B) Draw the vectors

Horizontally: 150g*cos150 + 220g*cos270 + 195g*cosΘ = 0 
cosΘ = 0.666
Θ = ± 48º 
Vertically: 
150g*sin150 + 220g*sin270 + 195g*sinΘ = 0 
sinΘ = 0.744 
Θ = 48º

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The force of attraction between two objects, which is related to the object's mass is the definition of

Answer:

Explanation:

The gravitation force of attraction between the two bodies is directly proportional tp the product of masses of two bodies and inversely proportional to the square of distance between them.

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A sled and rider, gliding over horizontal, frictionless ice at 4.7 m/s , have a combined mass of 80 kg . The sled then slides over a rough spot in the ice, slowing down to 3.4 m/s . What impulse was delivered to the sled by the friction force from the rough spot? Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.

Impulse is the change in momentum.
All we need is the momentum before and after.

Momentum  =  (mass) x (speed)

Before:        =  (80 kg) x (4.7 m/s)  =  376 kg-m/s

After:           =  (80 kg) x (3.4 m/s)  =  272 kg-m/s

Change in momentum  =  (376 - 272) =  104 kg-m/s


Notice that when you work with impulse, you're USUALLY calculating

                           (force) x (time).

The force is in Newtons, and the time is in seconds,
so the impulse is usually in units of

                             Newton-seconds .

So how can I say that impulse and change of momentum are
the same thing ?  Am I trying to pull a fast one on you ?

Remember that    1 Newton is  1 kg-m/s²

So                       (force) x (time) 

                     =  (Newton) x (second) 

                     =  (kg-m/s²) x (second)  =  kg-m/s .

and  Momentum = (mass) x (speed)  =  (kg) x (m/s)

The units of impulse are the same as the units of momentum !

So when you give an object some impulse, you give it exactly
that much momentum.

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An unknown force is applied to a 12 kg. The force acts at an angle of 30 degrees above the horizontal. Determine the force acting if the force acts for a horizontal displacement of 22 meters and increases the 12 kg mass's speed from 11 m/s to 26 m/s

First solve the time it takes to displace to 22 m D = 0.5( Vi – Vf)*t 22 m = 0.5 ( 11 + 26) t T = 1.1891 s Solve for acceleration D = vt + 0.5at^2 22 = (11)( 1.1891) + 0.5(1.1891^2)a A = 12.6169 m/s2   F = ma Since the work is only done in the horizontal direction F sin (30) = (12 kg) ( 12.6169 m/s2) F = 302.8056 N

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What is the force on a 1000 kilogram elevator that is falling freely under acceleration of gravity only? If the formula is force equals mass times acceleration

If Earth's gravitational pull is 9.8 meters per second, and the elevator's mass is 1000 kilograms, then the force of the elevator is 9,800.

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A force is applied to an object at rest with a mass of 100kg. A force twice as large is applied to another object at rest with a mass of 100kg. What differences in their motion would you observe? Explain your reasoning.

According to Newton's second law. £Fext=m.a
then the acceleration of the second object will be twice as that of the first since the mass of both objects is equal(100kg) and the force F is doubled. Therefore the acceleration of object 2 will be more than that of object 1 (double)

hope this helps.

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