AP (Advanced Placement) Physics(B-C): Questions 422 - 425 of 921

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Question 422

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A cart on a level air track is moving at when it strikes and connects to a stationary cart of the same mass. What is the final velocity of the connected carts?

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Question 423

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If a light bulb uses of power for an hour, what is the energy used by the bulb?

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Question 424

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The Pressure as a Function of Volume graph describes a cycle for a thermodynamic process for an ideal gas. Pressure is measured in , and volume in cubic meters. In step of the process, of energy are added while volume remains constant. In step , the gas remains at constant temperature and of energy are removed from the system. In step , of energy are removed. How much work is done by the gas in step ?

Pressure as a Function of Volume

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Question 425

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A tube open at both ends and a tube open at one end and closed at the other end both resonate at a fundamental frequency . What is the next higher frequency at which each tube will resonate?

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In Table Frequencies of Open Tube and Closed Tube is Shown
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In Table Frequencies of Open Tube and Closed Tube is Shown
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In Table Frequencies of Open Tube and Closed Tube is Shown
Open TubeClosed Tube

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In Table Frequencies of Open Tube and Closed Tube is Shown
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All of the above

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