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How galileo and roemer contributed to the eventual acceptance of the view that the speed of light is finite? ​

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  • Réponse publiée par: sicienth
    Net force i think? but it is not sure yet
  • Réponse publiée par: lhadyclaire

    1 minute and 40 seconds

    Explanation:

    time = distance/speed

    t = t = \frac{1 km}{10 m/s } * \frac{1000 m}{1 km} \\

    Cancel the km and then multiply,

    t = \frac{1000}{10} = 100 sec

    100 - 60 = 40

    1 minute and 40 seconds

  • Réponse publiée par: cyrishlayno

    Good Day...

    Boyle's law - states the relationship between volume and pressure in which volume is inversely proportional to pressure when the amount of gas and temperature remains constant.

    Charles' Law - states that volume is directly proportional to kelvin temperature when pressure and amount of gas are constant.

    Gay-Lussac's Law - states that pressure is directly proportional to Kelvin temperature when volume and amount of gas  are constant.

    Avogadro's Law - states that the amount of gas is directly proportional to volume when pressure and temperature are constant.

    Among the gas law mentioned above, the most challenging is Avogadro's Law. Since amount of gas can be expressed in moles, grams, and number of atoms or molecules. You should know how to convert moles to grams, grams to mole, grams to number of atoms or molecules, number of atoms or molecules to grams, moles to number of atoms or molecules, and number of molecules to moles. We should also consider that if gases are at STP, every 1 mole of gas will occupy a volume of 22.4 Liters. Meaning to say when volume is given at STP, we can calculate the mass of gas, how many moles it have, and the number of atoms or molecules present.

    You just need to practice solving problems in Avogadro's Law.

    Hope it helps ...=)

  • Réponse publiée par: cyrilc310

    It is a branch of science

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