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2014-12-09 14:47:54
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You can find the answer if you just figure out the formula for mass. It also depends on what you are trying to find the mass of.


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how much does a leaf has a mass of in measurements

Mass cannot converted in volume.Cup is a unit of volume and leaf are measured as a mass.

I know how to measure a leaf! using graph paperXD seriously!!

The mass of a seed leaf changes depending on the water and internal processes. When some seed leaves lose water due to transportation, they lose mass. Other will start to sprout and produce their own food, which cause them to gain mass.

You might have to look somewhere else...

Actually, the truck DOES decelerate, but its mass is so very much larger than the mass of the leaf, that the amount of deceleration is infinitesmal and too small to measure. Theoretically, at least, it is there.

No, the noun 'leaves' is the plural form for the singular noun 'leaf'. A mass noun is a word for a substance or concept is indivisible into countable units. Mass nouns are expressed in amounts or measures; for example some knowledge or a cup of sugar. The noun leaf is a word for something that can be counted; one leaf, two leaves, ten leaves, etc.

Ernest Rutherford with his gold leaf experiment.

The gramme (to give its proper, French, spelling), or gm.

A quarter. The reason why is because the atoms in a quarter are more compact than the leaf. For example: if I take a needle and poke a leaf with it, the needle will go through the leaf. But if I do the same thing with a quarter, I will not be able to poke a hole through the quarter, because the quarter has alot more density than the leaf does.

You would use water displacement (ie volume)

It depends on the size of leaf - different plants have different sized leaves and the same plant will have small leaves and big leaves. Therefore your question can not be reasonably answered.

No, momentum = mass x velocity. Since the leaves on the ground are not moving v = 0 which means their momentum is also zero. Since the leaf falling is moving and has a mass, it will have a momentum greater than zero.

Net force = mass * acceleration. If the forces were balanced, the net force would be zero, which would either mean the mass is zero (not true for the leaf) or the acceleration is zero. Since the acceleration is not zero, the net force is not zero, and the forces on the leaf are not balanced. Once the leaf reaches terminal (constant) velocity, the air resistance is exactly balancing the force of gravity, and the net forces are zero.

momentum is equal to the mass of an object x velocity of an object

as a leaf is a leaf?! /

You should consider controlling your experiment regarding mass. For example an ostrich feather would almost certainly reach the ground before a small leaf. But for equal mass objects, there will be more air resistance experienced by the feather, than the leaf. Thus the feather will take longer in its fall. And a seed parachute from a thistle may take even longer again.

All objects fall to Earth at 9.8 m/s2. F = ma Calculate the force of gravity by multiplying the mass of the object in kilograms by its acceleration in metres per second squared. If the oak leaf has a mass of 25.0 g then: F = 0.025 x 9.8 = 0.245 Newton

Marigold leaf is a Compound leaf.

No the tea leaf is not a simple leaf because a tea leaf do not look like a simple leaf.

Obviously not. That's like trying to measure the mass of a leaf with crayons. They are two completely different things.

Japan has mass amounts of forests, many different leaf types, and very few desert hot spots.

No, curry leaf is a compound leaf

a maize leaf is not a simple leaf.

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