If you walk across a nylon rug and then touch a large metal object such as a doorknob you may get a spark and a shock. Why does
this tend to happen more on dry days than on humid days (Hint: it has to do with the electric dipole of water molecules). Why are you less likely to get a shock if you touch a small metal object, such as a paper clip?
You are more likely to be shocked during dry days than humid days because during humid days more water is in the air, and water being a good conductor helps the air absorb some of those charges from you, while during dry days there is less water in the air and hence the charges build up since they are not absorbed.
You are less likely to be shocked when you touch a small metal object because smaller metal objects like a paper clip have less space to accept net charge.
The x coordinate of the center of mass of the base of the shoebox is simply the mid point of the rectangular base of such box. As the box length lies along the x-axis and the whole base is on the first quadrant. Assume that 1 corner of the box is at the origin of the xy-plane, we can calculate the x-coordinate of the center of mass of the base is at
Well if that’s the case and it wasn’t obvious you were using the power you could say things like being unseen while your doing it like a silent killer or maybe not having to rush in with your fists.a disadvantage would be that you could accidentally use your power and hurt an innocent person