Asked in Units of Measure, Length and Distance
How many km is 10000 joules?
One Joule is one Newton-Meter, (Joule = Newton times Meter), so 10000 Joule equals 10 Newton-Kilometers (N*km). 10000*J/N = 10 km Answer You might as well be asking how many millimetres there are in kilowatt! Your question is meaningless! A kilometre is used to measure length, whereas the joule is used to measure energy. The original answer is nonsense. ...
Asked in Units of Measure, Physics
How many joules are there in one newton?
A Joule is a unit of work and a newton is a unit of force. Work is a force thru a distance. One joule is the work done, or energy expended, by a force of one newton moving one meter along the direction of the force. ...
How many ergs are there in 1 joule?
There are 10 million ergs in 1 joule. The erg is the unit of work done - or energy expended - in the centimeter-gram-second (CGS) system of measurement. An erg is equal to .0000001 joule. A joule is the unit of work done - or energy expended - in the meter-kilogram-second (MKS) system. Further information about the joule A joule is a unit of electrical energy equal to the work done when a current of one ampere is passed through a resistance of...
Asked in Units of Measure, Physics, Energy
If you apply one newton to a box as you push it for one meter how many joules of work have i done?
You have done 1 joule of work. Work -FxD= 1Nx1m=1Nm= 1 joule.
How many millimeters are equivalent to 400 centimeter?
There are 10 millimeters in 1 centimeter Therefore 400 centimeters = 4000 millimeters. ...