(b) same magnitude of electric field is exerted on proton
Two coils are wound around the same cylindrical form. When the current in the first coil is decreasing at a rate of -0.245 A/s , the induced emf in the second coil has a magnitude of 1.60×10−3 V . Part A What is the mutual inductance of the pair of coils? MM = nothing H Request Answer Part B If the second coil has 22 turns, what is the flux through each turn when the current in the first coil equals 1.25 A ? ΦΦ = nothing Wb
To solve this problem we need to use the emf equation, that is,
Where E is the induced emf
I the current in the first coil
M the mutual inductance
Solving for a)
Solving for b) we need the FLux through each turn, that is
Where N is the number of turns in the second coil
I'm a little bit unsure about this question.
Option C. 4 Hz
To know the correct answer to the question given above, it is important we know the definition of frequency.
Frequency can simply be defined as the number of complete oscillations or circles made in one second.
Considering the diagram given above, the wave passes through the medium over a period of one second.
Thus, we can obtain the frequency by simply counting the numbers of complete circles made during the period.
From the diagram given above,
The number of circles = 4
The frequency is 4 Hz
An earthquake 45 km from a city produces P and S waves that travel outward at 5000 m/s and 3000 m/s, respectively. Once city residents feel the shaking of the P wave, how much time do they have before the S wave arrives in seconds?
The S wave arrives 6 sec after the P wave.
Distance of P = 45 km
Speed of p = 5000 m/s
Speed of S = 3000 m/s
We need to calculate the time by the P wave
Using formula of time
Where, D = distance
v = speed
t = time
Put the value in to the formula
Now, time for s wave
The required time is
Hence, The S wave arrives 6 sec after the P wave.
A baseball is thrown horizontally with a velocity of 44 m/s. It travels a horizontal distance of 18m to the plate before it is caught. How long does the ball stay in the air?
A.0.41 sec B.41 sec C.4.1 sec D.4 sec
A horizontal baseball pitch is launched at 44 m/s. The ball will stay for 4.1 sec (approx) in the air. Hence, option C is correct.
What is Velocity?
The rate at which an object's position changes when observed from a specific point of view and when measured against a specific unit of time is known as its velocity.
Its SI unit is represented as m/s, and it is a vector quantity, it means that it has both magnitude and direction.
According to the question, the given values are :
Initial Velocity, u = 44 m/s,
Distance travelled, s = 18 m and,
Final velocity, v = 0.
Use equation of motion :
v = u + at
0 = 44 + (-9.8)t
t = 44 / 9.8
t = 4.3 (approx)
Hence, the time for which the ball stay in the air is 4.1 sec (approx).