PHYSICS
COLLEGE

Answer:

Answer:

The the maximum emf is

Explanation:

Given that,

Magnetic field

Frequency = 60 Hz

Diameter = 7.8 μm

We need to calculate the maximum emf

Using formula of emf

Where, N = number of turns

B= magnetic field

A = area

Put the value in to the formula

Hence, The the maximum emf is

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How does the brightness of a bulb tell you about the energy of electrons passing through it?

The brightness of the bulb doesn't tell you anything about the energy of the

electrons passing through it.

It tells you how much total energy is lost by the total flow of electrons through

the bulb. You can't tell what part of that is due to a large or small number of

electrons, or what part of it is due to each electron losing a large or small amount

of energy on the way through.

HIGH SCHOOL

Which of the following best describes alternating current? current that increases and decreases in temperature current that constantly turns on and off current in which charges change direction current that gains and loses electrons

The following best describes alternating current, Charge that jiggles back and forth very quickly.

What increases or decreases alternating current?A transformer is a machine that either boosts or reduce the voltage of alternating current.

Step-up transformer rises the voltage of alternating current whereas step-down transformer reduces the voltage of alternating current.

Thus, Alternating current is an electric current that peroidically reverses direction.

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Answer: Charge that jiggles back and forth very quickly.

Explanation: Alternating current is an electric current that peroidically reverses direction .

A P E X

HIGH SCHOOL

List several examples that show how electrical energy and light energy are useful to you

Electrical energy and light energy are useful to us in variety of ways from the machines used to make the food you eat to the energy to purify the water you drink. The clothes you wear are even dyed different colors from the light energy.

HIGH SCHOOL

Pollex is the medical term for which of these parts of the human body?

Answer:

hand/thumb/finger

Explanation:

COLLEGE

Two parallel plates are 1 cm apart and are connected to a 500 V source. What force will be exerted on a single electron half way between the plates?

Answer:8 *10 ^-15 N= 8 fN

Explanation: In order to solve this we have take into account the following expression:

V=E*d the potential is equal to electric field multiply the separation between the plates.

The we have

E=V/d= 500 V/0.01 m=50000 N/C

then the force is given by

F=e*E = 1.6 * 10 ^-19 C*50000 N/C=8*10^-15 N

HIGH SCHOOL

1. What are three appliances in your house that use a motor that turns electrical energy into mechanical energy?

A vacuum is an electrical motor and which it converts electrical energy into mechanical energy.

HIGH SCHOOL

If a steam engine produces work, how does the internal energy of the machine change?

A heat engine typically uses energy provided in the form of heat to do work and then exhausts the heat which cannot be used to do work. Since the internal energy of an ideal gas depends upon its temperature, the PV diagram along with the temperatures calculated from the ideal gas law determine the changes in the internal energy of the gas so that the amount of heat added can be evaluated from the first law of thermodynamics.

HIGH SCHOOL

When two gears are mashed, the revolutions per minute (rpm) are inversely proportional to the number of gears

Not exactly. The RPM is inversely proportional

to the number of teeth on the gears.

Note that in order for them to stay meshed, that'salso going to work out

to be the ratio of their radii. Otherwise they won't stay engaged.

to the number of teeth on the gears.

Note that in order for them to stay meshed, that'salso going to work out

to be the ratio of their radii. Otherwise they won't stay engaged.

COLLEGE

Gold is the most ductile of all metals. For example, one gram of gold can be drawn into a wire 2.05 km long. The density of gold is 19.3 ✕ 10^3 kg/m^3, and its resistivity is 2.44 ✕ 10^−8 Ω · m. What is the resistance of such a wire at 20.0°C?

Answer:

Resistance of gold wire,

Explanation:

In this question we have given

Density of gold,

resistivity of gold,

Length of wire,

Temperature,

We know that relation between volume and density is given as

Therefore, volume occupied by one gram gold is given as,

.........(1)

We Know that Volume of gold wire which is cylindrical in shape is given by following formula

......(2)

Here,

...........(3)

here A is the cross sectional area of cylendrical gold wire

From equation 2 and 3

we got

...............(4)

on comparing equation 1 and equation 4, we got,

we know that resistance and resistivity are related by following formula,

................(5)

Put values of resistivity, A and L in equation 5, we got

Therefore resistance of gold wire,