Mastering Physics 16.11 The lowest and highest na…


Question Description:

20.50

Mastering Physics 16.11 The lowest and highest natural temperatures ever recorded on earth are -127 in Antarctica and 136 in Libya. Part A. What are these temperatures in ? Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma. Part B. What are these temperatures in ? Enter your answers numerically separated by a comma. 17.38 A 100g ice cube at – 10 degrees celsius is placed in an aluminum cup whose initial temperature is 70 Degrees. The system comes to an equilibrium temperature of 20 Degrees. Part A. What is the mass of the cup? 22.53 The figure shows the light intensity on a screen behind a single slit. The slit width is 0.15 and the screen is 1.7 behind the slit. Part A. What is the wavelength (in ) of the light? 23.16 The glass core of an optical fiber has an index of refraction 1.60. The index of refraction of the cladding is 1.48. Part A. What is the maximum angle a light ray can make with the wall of the core if it is to remain inside the fiber? 26.18 The electric force on a charged particle in an electric field is . Part A. What will be the force if the particle’s charge is tripled and the electric field strength is halved? Give your answer in terms of F 30.38 The electric field in a region of space is E_x=5000_x V/m, x where is in meters. Part A. Graph versus over the region . Express your answer using two significant figures. 33.8 Part A. What current is needed to generate the magnetic field strength of at a point 3.0 from a long, straight wire? Express your answer using two significant figures. Part B. What current is needed to generate the magnetic field strength of at a point 3.0 from a long, straight wire? Express your answer using two significant figures. Part C. What current is needed to generate the magnetic field strength of at a point 3.0 from a long, straight wire? Express your answer using two significant figures. Part D. What current is needed to generate the magnetic field strength of at a point 3.0 from a long, straight wire? Express your answer using two significant figures. 33.32 The Hall voltage across a conductor in a 42 magnetic field is 2.0 . When used with the same current in a different magnetic field, the voltage across the conductor is 3.0 . Part A. What is the strength of the second field? Express your answer using two significant figures.,Please show all work, thank you!

Answer

20.50