If you know the height of the ship while in calm water,you can subtract the height of the ship with aware at its peak point and it will tell yoi how tall the wave is.

**Three mile 2 was an accident of a completely different type from Chernobyl. Unlike Chernobyl, TMIS 2s reactor vessel did not fail and contain almost all of the radioactive material. Containment at TMIS didn't fail**

Considering that the book is moving with constant speed, the force applied by Anna must be the same that the friction force:

If we clear the previous equation:

Answer:

Explanation:

In our previous articles, we observed the theoretical formulas of Ohm’s law, its calculations in the lab report, and experiment. Today you’ll learn the verification of theory vs experimental results on a 1 kΩ resistor.

The theoretical results are obtained from the formula of Ohm’s law: V = IR. The experimental verification is provided for a metal film 1 kΩ (±0.05%). We have used a high-quality resistor with negligible tolerance value so as to reduce the tolerance error.

The little problem in our calculations arises due to improper handling of multimeter probes. You can learn the complete method to perform the Ohm’s experiment here and can calculate the current values by using the Ohm’s law calculator.

Answer: 0.9264 kg

Explanation: [I'll use "cc" for cubic centimeter, instead of cm^3.

The volume is 6cm*4cm*2cm = 48 cm^3 (cc).

Density of Au is 19.3 g/cc

Mass of gold = (48 cc)*(9.3 g/cc) = 926.4 grams Au

1 kg = 1,000 g

(926.4 grams Au)*(1 kg/1,000 g) = 0.9264 kg, 0.93 kg to 2 sig figs

At gold's current price of $57,500/kg, this bar is worth $53,268. Keep it hidden from your lab partner (and instructor).