1. Silicon is the main ingredient of both glass and semiconductor devices, yet the physical properties of glass
are different from those of semiconductor devices. Explain

2. In a deep dive, a whale is appreciably compressed by the pressure of the surrounding water. What
happens to the whale’s density during the dive?

3. A thick rope is stronger than a thin rope of the same material. Is a long rope stronger than a short rope?


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