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Physics assignment

Assignment Instructions Begin by reading the current module objectives listed in the course schedule (see the syllabus). Identify the difference between a principle and a law, a model and a theory. Identify and differentiate between the fundamental units of length (L), mass (M), and time (T). Convert SI measured values between various magnitudes using the prefix system. Convert SI measured values to traditional unit systems. […]

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Atwood Machine Motion

The diagram at right shows an Atwood’s machine composed of a massless frictionless pulley, three identical blocks each of mass m0, and two massless strings. Assume that the blocks are released from rest and that the strings do not stretch.         A.  Describe the motion of block C.        B.  Is the magnitude of the force exerted by String #2 on block B greater than, […]

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Electrostatics

1. Moving balloons: In the picture below, the balloons on the left and middle are held in place. The right balloon is free to move. Is it possible to add positives or negatives on the free balloon that would make it move to the left ( ß )? ­­­­­___________ If so, then draw positives or negatives on the balloon that would make it move, and […]

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Electrostatics

1. Moving balloons: In the picture below, the balloons on the left and middle are held in place. The right balloon is free to move. Is it possible to add positives or negatives on the free balloon that would make it move to the left ( ß )? ­­­­­___________ If so, then draw positives or negatives on the balloon that would make it move, and […]

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Article Discussion Paper

Food culture class: Rubric:  1. Summary of article  2.  This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeInternal pressures: Explained at least 2 internal pressures affecting culture/custom and gave examples of each.  3.  This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeExternal pressures: Explained at least 2 external pressures affecting culture/custom and gave examples of each.  4.  References: Cited in reference list and in-text using APA formatting  […]

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PHYSICS HOMEWORK!!! DUE GY 24 HRS

Construct some circuits with parallel and in series resistors, and measure voltage at different points and electric current. https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/circuit-construction-kit-dc-virtual-lab/latest/circuit-construction-kit-dc-virtual-lab_en.html   Your goal is to make an electroscope, test it with different charged objects and draw conclusions. Make pictures or video of your experiment, of course you also have to write the lab in lab format. It is very simple to make, make sure everything else […]

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Examination of takeoff and landing

For your independent project, create an instructional presentation. This assignment utilizes two independent examples – For the takeoff performance portion, you will utilize a generic example, while the landing portion is conducted specifically for your team’s Cessna 172 project aircraft. Takeoff (completed using a generic example) Utilizing Figure 10.1 (Dole et al., 2017, p. 162) explain on a selected example (not necessarily your team’s selected project aircraft) how takeoff performance data […]

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Aerodynamic Unaccelerated Performance

In this module week, you will apply your gained knowledge about unaccelerated aircraft performance of the Cessna 172  Lyc. IO-360-L2A . Since you will build on your previously derived drag data for your example aircraft. For your independent project, create an instructional presentation. Using/building on your previous drag (i.e., thrust-required) table and graph created in Module 3, generate additional power-required values in the table and depict […]

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Physical geography

Research and share a geography-related current event found in the popular media (print newspapers like the Washington Post, magazines, and/or online websites such as National Geographic or Science Daily).  News stories with geography-related content can include anything related to weather (hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, record snowfalls or temperature, etc), natural disasters (earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, etc), climate-change/global warming, pollution, demographics, border & boundary changes/disputes, mapping, species […]

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Physical geography

Research and share a geography-related current event found in the popular media (print newspapers like the Washington Post, magazines, and/or online websites such as National Geographic or Science Daily).  News stories with geography-related content can include anything related to weather (hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, record snowfalls or temperature, etc), natural disasters (earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tsunamis, etc), climate-change/global warming, pollution, demographics, border & boundary changes/disputes, mapping, species […]

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Geography

“If you could live anywhere in the world, where would that be, and why?” This is not a research essay, but your personal preference of a place based upon the assignments – readings, videos, and discussions – this semester. Draw upon all you have learned about the physical geography of your world to select the best, most desirable location for you to live; the more […]

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Aerodynamic Unaccelerated Performance

In this module week, you will apply your gained knowledge about unaccelerated aircraft performance. Since you will build on your previously derived drag data for your example aircraft.   For your independent project, create an instructional presentation. Using/building on your previous drag (i.e., thrust-required) table and graph created in Module 3, generate additional power-required values in the table and depict the power-required curve for your aircraft.   […]

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