You can only urinate through a less-than-fully-erect penis.
Yes, that is possible, if the small object is denser than the larger object. For example, you could easily have a small iron object that has more mass than a larger Styrofoam object.
Greater volume than the other object.
No, it is not possible.
BECAUSE THE OBJECT MIGHT BE LIGHTER THAN THE OTHER
If the buoyant force is greater than the weight of an object than the object will accelerate (assuming there are no other forces acting on the object)
There are more than three possible changes. Some of them are:The object is crushed.The object is stretched.The object undergoes a shear distortion.Nothing happens: the object is more resistant than the forces acting on it.
Since "you" is not a number it is not possible to give a answer other than u/4 = 0.25u.Since "you" is not a number it is not possible to give a answer other than u/4 = 0.25u.Since "you" is not a number it is not possible to give a answer other than u/4 = 0.25u.Since "you" is not a number it is not possible to give a answer other than u/4 = 0.25u.
No,it is actually the other way around.Particles in a hot object move faster than particles do in a colder object.
More then possible! It is so by definition. Mass is the "amount" of material in an object; weight is the force the object exerts under the influence of gravity.
If you wish to actually move an object, some other force on the object has to be greater than the force of friction.
Pinch your foreskin together. It makes a bubble and builds enough pressure to urinate 5 metres.
yes it's a territory thing!Another AnswerHow much a cat urinates depends on what it is fed, and how much water it drinks. Gender has no factor.An intact (not neutered) male cat will spray as many surfaces as possible to mark out territory and to attract a female. Unspayed female cats do this also to some extent. Neutered cats, female or male, do not urinate more than the other.
The object of a single game in baseball is to score more runs than the other team.
other way around, buddy =)
The object accelerates in the direction of the resultant force.
Tea doesn't make you urinate any more than any other drink containing water does. Whether you drink a 200ml glass of water or a 200ml mug of tea, you'll urinate the same amount. How much you urinate depends on how much you drink and how much of what you drink isn't absorbed by your bloodstream. Some caffeinated drinks can cause contractions to the bladder giving you the feeling that you desperately need to urinate, when in fact you don't. Therefore coffee would make you feel the need to urinate more than tea.
It has to do with density. If an object is less dense than water (for example, oil), it floats. If an object is more dense than water, it sinks.
An object will sink if it has greater density than the liquid in which it is placed. Such an object would have to have a density that is LESS than that of water, but MORE than that of kerosene oil.
The object will come to a stop. However, this case is only theoretically possible, as in reality, the force from movement of air (wind) will have some component other than that in the direction of gravity, and the object will then appear to move in this direction.
No, drinking water will make you urinate more than drinking soda. This is because the water cleans the toxins out of your body.
Yes, return it as an array or an object.
It is possible to have more than one instance of the same class, because the class is simply the blue print for the actual object.