Do changes that cannot be easily reversed, such a burning, observe the law of conservation of mass? Explain.

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Answer 1
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Yes

Explanation:

According to law of conservation of mass, it can neither be created or destroyed. It remains constant. It can change to energy. This can be explained using Einstein's mass energy relation. E= mc^2.

So, the changes such as burning cannot be reversed do obey law of conservation of mass. Suppose wood is burnt. The mass of wood converts into energy and ashes.

Answer 2
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yes!!! Everything follows the law of

conservation of mass, no matter what


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In the diagram, q1= +8.0 C, q2= +3.5 C, and q3 = -2.5 C. q1 to q2 is 0.10 m, q2 to q3 is 0.15 m. What is the net force on q2? Label sign for charges (+ or -). (Unit = N). pls help?

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Answer:

f(t) =  28,7 [N]

Explanation: IMPORTANT NOTE: IN PROBLEM STATEMENT CHARGES ARE IN C (COULOMBS) AND IN THE DIAGRAM IN μC. WE ASSUME CHARGES ARE IN μC.

The net force on +q₂  is the sum of the force of +q₁  on +q₂ ( is a repulsion force since charges of equal sign repel each other ) and the force of -q₃ on +q₂ ( is an attraction force, opposite sign charges attract each other)

The two forces have the same direction to the right of charge q₂, we have to add them

Then

f(t) = f₁₂ + f₃₂

f₁₂ = K * ( q₁*q₂ ) / (0,1)²

q₁  = + 8 μC     then   q₁ = 8*10⁻⁶ C

q₂ =  + 3,5 μC  then  q₂ = 3,5 *10⁻⁶ C

K = 9*10⁹  [ N*m² /C²]

f₁₂ = 9*10⁹ * 8*3,5*10⁻¹²/ 1*10⁻²   [ N*m² /C²]* C*C/m²

f₁₂ = 252*10⁻¹ [N]

f₁₂ = 25,2 [N]

f₃₂ =  9*10⁹*3,5*10⁻⁶*2,5*10⁻⁶ /(0,15)²

f₃₂ =  78,75*10⁻³/ 2,25*10⁻²

f₃₂ =  35 *10⁻¹

f₃₂ =  3,5 [N]

f(t) =  28,7 [N]

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Explain why increasing the temperature of a gas in a closed, rigid container causes the pressure in the container to increase.

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A squirrel (mass 0.9 kg) is running across the road at a speed 4.0 m/s. What is thesquirrel's kinetic energy?

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The kinetic energy of the squirrel with a mass of 0.9 Kg running with a speed of 4 m/s is  7.5 J.

What is kinetic energy?

Kinetic energy of an object is a form of energy generated by virtue of the motion of the object. Kinetic energy is dependent on the mass and velocity of the body.

When a body starts to move its potential energy starts to convert to kinetic energy and the kinetic energy will be maximum at the highest speed. When the object slow down and pause in a position it gains potential energy again.

The kinetic energy KE = 1/2 mv²

Given mass = 0.9 Kg

velocity = 4 m/s.

KE = 1/2 0.9 Kg × 4² m/s

     = 7.5 J

Therefore, the kinetic energy of the squirrel is 7.5 J.

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