AP (Advanced Placement) Physics(B-C): Questions 430 - 433 of 920

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Question number: 430

» Work, Energy and Power

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In the illustration, two objects of unequal mass ( and ) are suspended by a string over a pulley. Assuming negligible masses for the pulley and string, determine the change in gravitational potential energy of the smaller object (with respect to Earth) after the system is released and the larger object moves downward a distance of .

Two objects suspended over a pulley

Two Objects Suspended over a Pulley

In figure two objects of unequal mass are suspended by a string over a pulley.

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Question number: 431

» Linear Momentum

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Which of the following correctly expresses change in velocity?

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Question number: 432

» Work, Energy and Power

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An bowling ball (with a mass of about ) is dropped from a height of onto a floor. If the dent the ball makes in the floor is about deep, estimate the average force the ball exerted on the floor.

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Question number: 433

» Electric Circuits

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The circuit in the diagram consists of a resistor, a battery with an emf of , and a capacitor. The switch is closed, and the capacitor is charged for a very long time. What is the charge on the capacitor?

Circuit diagram consist of a resistor and a capacitor

Circuit Diagram Consist of a Resistor and a Capacitor

In figure, circuit diagram consist of a resistor and a capacitor is shown.

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