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# What are the differences between the royal air force and the ambulance service?

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Differences -- there are none.Similarities -- every characteristic.The Coulomb force is the electrostatic force.

Contact force gives you contacts with a force, non-contact force doesn't. did that help? I'm glad it did.

similarities between these 2 force are thatboth of these forces are directly proportional to the product of masses and inversely proportional to the square of distance between the two massesand the differences are that coulombsforce could be repulsive or attractive but gravitational force is only attartive one and gravitational constant is smaller than electric constant

There is nothing different about the two. They both have Notype of differences what so ever. So your question has been answered. Now, will you please, **** off

No, force and bonds are not the same thingDifferences between a bond and a force:Force: the influence that produces a change in a physical quantityChemical bond: an electrical force linking atoms

Similarities: inverse square law for strength of force both r central forces both are conservative forces both follow principle of superposition Differences gravity attracts electric force electric force can change direction electrostatic force depends on interviening medium

RAF is the Royal Air Force. So the differences between the RAF and Royal Army (No such thing as the Royal Army it's the British Army) (or any army) would be same as the differences between any army and air force in general - different missions, different tasks, etc.

Navy Seals operate both on land and in the water whereas Delta Force operate on land

No, there are slight differences.No, there are slight differences.No, there are slight differences.No, there are slight differences.

Gravity is the name of the force downwards Weight is the force downwards measured in Newtons Mass is how heavy something is measured in KG

Unlike Spartans, Athenians were more interested in building a democracy than building a military force.

Friction and cohesiveness are the only differences. The matter has stronger potential energy with stronger cohesive forces and the energy has stronger kinetic energy with demonstration as frictional force.

A non-contact force is any force applied to an object by another body that is not in direct contact with itexample:A human body's weight is a non-contact force exerted by the Earth on their massa contact force is a force between two objects (or an object and a surface) that are in contact with each other.exampleAn example of contact force commonly encountered in college-level physics is the force between two masses A and B which are lying next to each other and a force F

The short answer is: differences in chemical potential resulting from differences in concentration.

The mathematical expression for the force between charges is identical to the expression for the gravitational force between masses. The force between two (charges/masses) is proportional to the product of the (charges/masses) and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their centers. The differences between the two cases are: -- There are two kinds of charge, which can produce either attractive or repulsive force. But there is only one kind of mass, and the force of gravity is always attractive. -- The constant of proportionality for charges is something like 1040 greater than the gravitational constant.

-- The force of gravity between any two objects depends on the product (multiplied) of their masses and the distance between their centers. -- So your weight (the force of gravity between you and the planet) depends on your mass, the planet's mass, and the distance between your center and the planet's center. -- If you take your mass to a planet with a different mass, and a surface that's a different distance from its center, then the gravitational force between you and it is bound to be different from what the force was on some other planet.

Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon was created in 2003.

Air Force Longevity Service Award was created in 1957.

Hitler's Secret Service Force or bodyguards

It means to explain the differences between one thing and another thing. For example: Can you differentiate "power" and "force"? Or, can you differentiate "history" and "myth"?

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