Schaum's Outline of College Physics, Twelfth Edition (Schaum's Outlines) - 12th Edition - by Eugene Hecht - ISBN 9781259587399

Schaum's Outline of College Physics, Tw...
12th Edition
Eugene Hecht
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9781259587399

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Chapter 3, Problem 79SPChapter 3, Problem 80SPChapter 3, Problem 81SPChapter 4, Problem 9SPChapter 4, Problem 16SPChapter 4, Problem 17SPChapter 5, Problem 12SPChapter 5, Problem 28SPChapter 5, Problem 36SPChapter 6, Problem 24SPChapter 6, Problem 45SPChapter 6, Problem 46SPChapter 6, Problem 51SPChapter 6, Problem 63SPChapter 7, Problem 10SPChapter 8, Problem 21SPChapter 8, Problem 44SPChapter 8, Problem 47SPChapter 8, Problem 48SPChapter 9, Problem 17SPChapter 9, Problem 19SPChapter 9, Problem 47SPChapter 9, Problem 51SPChapter 10, Problem 29SPChapter 10, Problem 55SPChapter 10, Problem 57SPChapter 10, Problem 58SPChapter 11, Problem 18SPChapter 11, Problem 31SPChapter 11, Problem 32SPGiven data: The radius of the moon is 1.74×106 m. Formula used: The formula for volume of sphere is...Chapter 12, Problem 34SPChapter 12, Problem 44SPChapter 13, Problem 26SPChapter 13, Problem 54SPChapter 13, Problem 55SPChapter 13, Problem 57SPChapter 14, Problem 18SPChapter 14, Problem 39SPChapter 14, Problem 40SPGiven data: Refer to the equation provided by equation number 15.1 in the textbook. Formula used:...Chapter 15, Problem 27SPChapter 15, Problem 32SPChapter 16, Problem 19SPChapter 16, Problem 32SPChapter 16, Problem 33SPGiven data: The atomic mass of neon is 20.2 kg/kmol. Formula used: Write the expression for the mass...Given data: The escape speed from the Earth’s gravitational field is 11.2 km/s. The molecular mass...Chapter 18, Problem 19SPChapter 18, Problem 37SPChapter 18, Problem 38SPChapter 19, Problem 9SPChapter 19, Problem 16SPChapter 20, Problem 21SPChapter 20, Problem 48SPGiven data: Refer to Fig. 20-6. The temperature at A is 400°C. The mass of gas enclosed in the...Chapter 20, Problem 52SPChapter 21, Problem 8SPChapter 21, Problem 19SPGiven Data: The frequency range of audible sound for human beings is 20 Hz to 20 kHz. The speed of...Given data: The wire initially vibrates with the fundamental frequencyof 256 Hz. Formula used: The...Chapter 22, Problem 38SPChapter 23, Problem 22SPChapter 23, Problem 28SPChapter 23, Problem 38SPChapter 23, Problem 56SPChapter 23, Problem 62SPChapter 24, Problem 17SPChapter 24, Problem 29SPChapter 24, Problem 32SPChapter 24, Problem 42SPChapter 25, Problem 29SPChapter 25, Problem 58SPChapter 25, Problem 65SPChapter 25, Problem 66SPGiven data: The current passing through the wire is 0.70 A. Formula used: Write the expression for...Chapter 26, Problem 42SPChapter 27, Problem 11SPChapter 27, Problem 28SPGiven data: Mass of water is 500 g. Initial temperature of water is 28°C. Final temperature of...Given data: The resistance of the first resistor is 8 Ω. The resistance of the second resistor is 4...Chapter 28, Problem 31SPChapter 28, Problem 39SPChapter 29, Problem 7SPChapter 30, Problem 14SPGiven data: The speed of the electron is 5.0×106 m/s at an angle of 20° to the +x−axis. The...Chapter 30, Problem 35SPChapter 31, Problem 11SPChapter 31, Problem 25SPChapter 32, Problem 15SPChapter 32, Problem 24SPGiven data: The flux per pole is doubled. Formula used: The induced emf of the generator is...Chapter 33, Problem 16SPChapter 34, Problem 15SPChapter 34, Problem 30SPGiven data: The voltage across battery is 6 V. The current rises to 0.63 of its maximum value after...Chapter 35, Problem 14SPChapter 35, Problem 27SPChapter 35, Problem 28SPChapter 36, Problem 12SPChapter 36, Problem 26SPChapter 36, Problem 33SPGiven data: The speed of light in glass is 1.91×108 m/s. Formula used: Write the formula for...Given data: The wavelength of light in air is 546 nm. The refractive index of water is 1.33. 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