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Question number: 535

» Work, Energy and Power

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A spring is placed on a horizontal, frictionless surface and compressed a distance of from its rest position with an object of mass placed at its end. When the spring is released, the object leaves the spring traveling at . What is the spring constant?

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Question number: 536

» Gravitation and Circular Motion

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A car of mass turns a corner on a road with the constant speed of . The coefficient of kinematic friction of road is . What is the magnitude of the centripetal force necessary to keep the car in the turn?

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Question number: 537

» Electrostatics

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If the change in electro potential energy is , when charge is transferred between the terminals of battery, then what is the electric potential difference of battery?

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Question number: 538

» Atomic & Nuclear Physics

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A photon is emitted as an atom makes a transition from to level. What is the wavelength of the emitted photon?

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Question number: 539

» Atomic & Nuclear Physics

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What does the symbol for the element helium mean?

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A helium nucleus has protons and neutrons.

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An atom of helium has protons and electrons.

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A helium nucleus has protons and neutrons.

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An atom of helium has protons and a total of charged nucleons.

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