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Algebra-based introductory physics textbook.

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Given Data: There are two atomic clocks and one runs faster than the other by 1 part in 1013 ....Introduction: Speed: speed can be defined as distance travelled by an object per unit time. SI unit...Given: The time interval of motion is 1.00 min . The following speeds are 0.400 km/min , 0.240...Given: The distance to be covered is 1.00 km . The speed of tortoise is 2.00 m/s . The hare moves at...Given: The three intervals of the motion is 1.0×10−1 s , 1.0×10−2 s and 1.0×10−3 s . The value of...Given: The magnitude of vector A is 3.00 units and its direction is 30° above x -axis. The magnitude...Given: Value of Ax is 5.00 , value of Ay is 7.00 ,value of Bx is 4.00 , value of By is −3.00 , value...Given: The average speed of car is 80.0 km/h in first hour and 40.0 km/h in second hour. Formula...Given: The time for all the cars is, t=1 s The initial velocity for car A is, vx0=0 m/s The initial...

Given: The time difference between the two cars is 0.500 s . Formula Used: The time taken by the...Given: The reaction time of the driver is t=0.500 s . The initial speed of the car is v1x=20.0 m/s ....Introduction: Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity. Velocity is a vector quantity which...Introduction: When a projectile motion happens at an angle ? from the horizontal, the initial...Given data: Initial velocity(u)=8.00 ms-1Height=1.90 mAngle = 0∘ Formula used: h=12g.t2 x=u.t...Given: The radius of the Moon’s orbit around the Earth, rM=3.8×105km The time period of revolution...Given info: The latitude of the point of launch, θ=40.0° Velocity of the rocket with respect to the...Given: Horizontal distance to the tree, x=15.0 m Height of the tree, y=9.8 m The golf ball just...Given: The depth of the ground from the top of the cliff, y=−20.0 m Velocity of projection , v0=15.0...Introduction: According to Newton’s first law, every object continues to be at rest or in the state...Introduction: Force of friction acts between two surfaces which are in relative motion or tend to...Given info: Mass of particle A =10.0 gm Mass of particle B =5.00 gm Mass of particle C =20.0 gm Mass...Given: A pole vaulter’s distribution of mass with the coordinates. Seven mass points are given. Mass...Given: The time t=0 . The location of the particles and the force acting on them has been shown in...Given: The mass of spheres A and B are given as mA=2.00 Kg and mB=1.00 Kg respectively and the...Given: Mass of boy is 60 kg . Mass of canoe is 40 kg . Distance between the boy and bow of canoe is...Given info: Mass of airplane =1.0×104 Kg Mass of fragments =4.0×103 Kg Mass of fragments =3.0×103 Kg...Introduction:Newton's second law explains that the acceleration of an object is dependent upon two...Given: The Earth exerts a gravitational force of 2.0×1020N on the Moon. Formula Used: According to...Given: Mass 1, m1=0.400 kg Mass 2, m2=0.200 kg Mass 3, m3=0.100 kg Distance between mass 1 and 2,...Given: Mass of each particle, m1=m2=m3=m=2.00 kg . d=1.00 m Distance between particles, d=1.0 m...Given: Mass of A, mA=1000 kg Mass of B, mB=2000 kg Mass of C, mC=3000 kg Mass of D, mD=4000 kg...Given: Smaller mass, m=50.0 g = 0.05kg . Larger mass, M=2.00 kg Distance between two smaller masses,...Introduction: Kinetic Energy (KE) is KE=12mv2 Where, m is mass (in kg): The quantity of substances...Given It is given that the particle is moving along the axis with x=0 and x=4 and the graph is given...Given: A satellite of mass m is in a circular earth orbit of radius r . Formula Used: Kinetic energy...Given: Mass is 0.250kg . The mass is dropped from rest at point A, with the spring initially...Given: The roller coaster has initial speed of 7.00m/s at point A and friction is neglected. Formula...Formula Used: The escape velocity of a particle to escape the gravitational field of the Moon is...Given: The center of mass of athlete moves 0.500 meters. The muscular energy that needs to be spent...Given Data: G is gravitational constant (6.67×10−11)Nm2kg-2 , mass of Earth is ME=5.98×1024kg,...

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