We first calculate the acceleration on the ball using:

2as = v² - u²; u = 0 because ball is initially at rest

a = (36)²/(2 x 0.35)

a = 1850 m/s²

F = ma

F = 0.058 x 1850

= 107.3 Newtons

Your answer will be False because wavelengths are usually are use as sound waves.

**Answer:**

block velocity v = 0.09186 = 9.18 10⁻² m/s and speed bollet v₀ = 11.5 m / s

**Explanation:**

We will solve this problem using the concepts of the moment, let's try a system formed by the two bodies, the bullet and the block; In this system all scaffolds during the crash are internal, consequently, the moment is preserved.

Let's write the moment in two moments before the crash and after the crash, let's call the mass of the bullet (m) and the mass of the Block (M)

Before the crash

p₀ = m v₀ + 0

After the crash

= (m + M) v

p₀ =

m v₀ = (m + M) v (1)

Now let's lock after the two bodies are joined, in this case the mechanical energy is conserved, write it in two moments after the crash and when you have the maximum compression of the spring

Initial

Em₀ = K = ½ m v2

Final

E = Ke = ½ k x2

Emo = E

½ m v² = ½ k x²

v² = k/m x²

Let's look for the spring constant (k), with Hook's law

F = -k x

k = -F / x

k = - 0.75 / -0.25

k = 3 N / m

Let's calculate the speed

v = √(k/m) x

v = √ (3/8.00) 0.15

v = 0.09186 = 9.18 10⁻² m/s

This is the spped of the block plus bullet rsystem right after the crash

We substitute calculate in equation (1)

m v₀ = (m + M) v

v₀ = v (m + M) / m

v₀ = 0.09186 (0.008 + 0.992) /0.008

v₀ = 11.5 m / s

Answer:

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Explanation:

Use this equation:Work done = Force x Distance.

Work done=230W×10s

Work done=2300J

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**Answer:**

The correct answers to the question are

The following statements about neurons are NOT true

A. The resting membrane potential is generally in the range of -40 mv to -75 mv.

C. Neurons repolarize by opening chloride channels on the membrane.

D. An action potential can occur when the neuron's sodium gates open.

**Explanation:**

A. The resting membrane potential is generally in the range of -40 mv to -75 mv.

Not true the resting potential for neurons range from -70 to -80 mv

B. Maintaining resting membrane potential requires the use of energy from ATP True

The potential of the membrane arises from the splitting of potassium ions from the intracellular anions by agents powered by ATP

C. Neurons repolarize by opening chloride channels on the membrane

Not True

Repolarization occurs by the outward transit of the positively charged K⁺ from the cell

D. An action potential can occur when the neuron's sodium gates open.

Not True

An action potential takes place once the neuron transmits information along an axon. An action potential results when different ions pass through the membrane of the neuron