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A balloon with volume 3200 mL of xenon gas is at a gauge pressure of 122 kPa an

1. A balloon with volume 3200 mL of xenon gas is at a gauge pressure of 122 kPa and a temperature of 27°C. What is the volume when the balloon is heated to 65°C and the gauge pressure is decreased to 112 kPa? 2. A 7.85-L helium-filled balloon experiences a change in both pressure from normal atmospheric pressure to 60.5 kPa and temperature from 24.0°C to 6.00°C. What is the resulting volume?

A bicycle wheel turns 25p rad during 45 s. Find the angular velocity of the whe

1. A bicycle wheel turns 25p rad during 45 s. Find the angular velocity of the wheel. 2. A lawn tractor tire turns at 65.0 rpm and has a radius of 13.0 cm. Find the linear speed of the tractor in m/s. 3. A model plane pulls into a tight curve of a radius of 25.0 m. The 300-g plane is traveling at 90.0 km/h. W...

A block of gold 9.00 in. x 8.00 in. x 6.00 in. weighs 302 lb. Find its weight d

1. A block of gold 9.00 in. x 8.00 in. x 6.00 in. weighs 302 lb. Find its weight density. 2. A cylindrical piece of copper is 9.00 in. tall and 1.40 in. in radius. How much does it weigh? 3. A piece of aluminum of mass 6.24 kg displaces water that fills a container 12.0 cm x 12.0 cm x 16.0 cm. Find its mass density. 4. If 1.00 pint of turpentine weighs 0.907 lb, what is its weight density?

A boat travels at 17.0 mi/h for 1.50 h. How far does the boat travel? 2. A comm

1. A boat travels at 17.0 mi/h for 1.50 h. How far does the boat travel? 2. A commercial jet flies at 550 mi/h for 3000 mi. For how much time does the jet fly?

A brass cylinder has a cross-sectional area of 482 cm2 at – 5°C. Find its ch

1. A brass cylinder has a cross-sectional area of 482 cm2 at – 5°C. Find its change in area when heated to 95°C. 2. The volume of the cylinder in Problem 11 is 4820 cm3 at 240.0°C. Find its change in volume when cooled to – 75.0°C. 3. An aluminum pipe has a cross-sectional area of 88.40 cm2 ...

A brass rod 1.020 m long expands 3.0 mm when it is heated. Find the temperature

1. A brass rod 1.020 m long expands 3.0 mm when it is heated. Find the temperature change. 2. The road bed on a bridge 500.0 ft long is made of concrete. What allowance is needed for temperatures of – 40°F in winter and 140°F in summer? 3. An aluminum plug has a diameter of 10.003 cm at 40.0°C. At what temperature will it fit precisely into a hole of constant diameter 10.000 cm? 4. The...

A bulldozer accelerates from rest to 3.00 m/s in 4.20 s. What is its accelerati

1. A bulldozer accelerates from rest to 3.00 m/s in 4.20 s. What is its acceleration? 2. A pickup truck pulling a trailer accelerates at 3.25 m/s2 for 5.80 s. If it starts from rest, what is its final velocity? 3. The speed of a delivery van increases from 2.00 m/s at 1.00 s to 16.0 m/s at 4.50 s. What is its average speed? 4. A go-cart rolls backward down a driveway. We define forward speed as...

A bullet with mass 12.0 g travels 415 m/s. Find its kinetic energy. (Convert 12

1. A bullet with mass 12.0 g travels 415 m/s. Find its kinetic energy. (Convert 12.0 g to kg.) 2. A bicycle and rider together have a mass of 7.40 slugs. If the kinetic energy is 742 ft lb, find the velocity. 3. A crate of mass 475 kg is raised to a height 17.0 m above the floor. What potential energy has it acquired with respect to the floor?

A business combination in which a new corporation is formed to take over the as

1. A business combination in which a new corporation is formed to take over the assets and operations of two or more separate business entities, with the previously separate entities being dissolved, is a/an: a Consolidation b Merger c Pooling of interests d Acquisition 2. In a business combination, the direct costs of registering and issuing equity securities are: a Added to the parent/investor...

A capital expenditure a. records additional capital. b. is a credit like capita

1. A capital expenditure a. records additional capital. b. is a credit like capital (owners’ equity). c. is expensed immediately. d. adds to an asset. 2. Which of the following items should be accounted for as a capital expenditure? a. Taxes paid in conjunction with the purchase of office equipment b. Maintenance fees paid with funds provided by the company’s capital c. Costs incurred to...