A) Earth's gravitational pull is 9.8m/s^2, so the mass of the astronaut is 1200N / 9.8 = 122.45kg. The weight of the astronaut is 1100N on Planet X, and so the gravitational potential pull is 1100 / 122.45 = 8.98m/s^2
B) Using s= ut + .5at^2 ... 2.8m = 0 + .5*8.98*t^2
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Zoo Story - Edward Albee (It's really really good) [play / dramatic dialougue]
Love-song of J. Alfred Prufrock - T.S. Eliot [again, great poem]
We're using them for our AOS of the Human condition at our school right now.
(A) She should use the same clock to measure the time for each experiment. [Exact time is not important as the transpiration is a slow process]
(B) She should ensure that air humidity remains the same throughout. [The aim of this experiment is to investigate the change in humidity as air...