Answer:

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Explanation:

<span>This is best understood with Newtons Third Law of Motion: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. That should allow you to see the answer.</span>

Density = (mass) divided by (volume)

We know the mass (2.5 g). We need to find the volume.

The penny is a very short cylinder.

The volume of a cylinder is (π · radius² · height).

The penny's radius is 1/2 of its diameter = 9.775 mm.

The 'height' of the cylinder is the penny's thickness = 1.55 mm.

Volume = (π) (9.775 mm)² (1.55 mm)

= (π) (95.55 mm²) (1.55 mm)

= (π) (148.1 mm³)

= 465.3 mm³

We know the volume now. So we could state the density of the penny,

but nobody will understand what we have. Here it is:

mass/volume = 2.5 g / 465.3 mm³ = 0.0054 g/mm³ .

Nobody every talks about density in units of ' gram/(millimeter)³ ' .

It's always ' gram / (centimeter)³ '.

So we have to convert our number for the volume.

(0.0054 g/mm³) x (10 mm / cm)³

= (0.0054 x 1,000) g/cm³

= ** 5.37 g/cm³ ** .

This isn't actually very close to what the US mint says for the density

of a penny, but it's in a much better ball park than 0.0054 was.

I’m pretty sure it’s a starting point... unless it’s asking for an actual object

**Answer:**

**Explanation:**

v = Speed of electron = (generally the order of magnitude is 6)

m = Mass of electron =

Work done would be done by

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