P = mv
p = 3.5 × 5
p = 17.5 kg .m/s
Hope this helps!
Q = 133.76 KJ
The amount of heat energy required to raise the temperature of the water can be calculated by the following formula:
Q = Heat Energy Required = ?
m = mass of water = 2 kg
C = Specific Heat Capacity of Water = 4.18 KJ/kg°C
ΔT = change in temperature = 26°C - 10°C = 16°C
<u>Q = 133.76 KJ</u>
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(a) 3.0 μF
(b) 75.0 μF
The equivalent capacitance when the capacitors are connected all in series is:
Where is the equivalent capacitance, , , , and are the capacitance of each capacitors. In this case, they all have 15.0 μF. So we can replace as:
The solve for :
The equivalent capacitance when the capacitors are connected all in parallel is:
Replacing values we get:
=15.0 μF+15.0 μF+15.0 μF+15.0 μF+15.0 μF