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You can solve this problem using Bernoulli's Equation P1/y + z1 + v2/1/2g = P2/y + z2 + v2/2/2g However, This will only br valid for incompressable fluids, and the specific weight of the fluid is the same at both ends. There can't be any mechanical devices between the two ends, and no energy can be tranferred out or lost by friction.

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Doubled.

I = E/R If resistance is constant, then current is directly proportional to voltage. Double the voltage ===> the current will also double.

If the potential difference between the ends of any conductor is doubled, then the current through the conductor is also doubled.

pv=nrt if temp and pressure double, the equation is sound, and volume remains constant.

If the mass of the earth suddenly doubled, while its radius and relative density distribution remained constant,The weight of you and me and every person and object on earth would also double.

One way of expressing the relationship between force and acceleration is the following equation:A=F/MWere A is acceleration, F is force, and M is mass.If we double the force and assume that the mass is constant...2F/M = 2AWhich means that when the force is doubled, the acceleration is doubled.

Doubled is already the past tense form of double.

Pressure doubles too. Temperature and pressure share a direct relationship (this is called Gay-Lussac's Law.)

As force of gravity is directly proportional to the mass as mass is doubled then force on it also gets doubled.

Ohm's Law: Voltage is Current Times ResistanceIf you double the current while holding the resistance constant, then that means you had to also double the voltage. Since power is voltage times current, that means that you quadrupled the power.

No. The force will double when ONE of the charges is doubled. If you double both, you have two "doublings", so naturally the force will increase by a factor of 4.

When you double the diameter, the circumference is also doubled.

pV = nRT we can firstly assume that n (number of moles) and R (gas constant) do not change and as pressure is also kept constant, the temperature must be proportional to the volume. Thus if temperature is increased from 27C (300K) to 327C (600K) and is doubled, the volume must also double.

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Density automatically increases with mass if volume remains constant. If the amount of mass in a given volume doubles, the density of the substance in that volume has doubled.

Ohm's law: current is voltage divided by resistance, so doubling the voltage while holding the resistance constant will double the current.Not asked, but answered for completeness sake; since power is voltage times current, doubling the voltage into a constant resistance will quadruple the power.

One way of expressing the relationship between force and acceleration is the following equation:F=MAWere A is acceleration, F is force, and M is mass.If we double the acceleration and assume that the mass is constant:2A x M = 2FWhich means that when the acceleration is doubled, the force driving the acceleration must be - doubled.

When mass of object is doubled, then the potential energy will also double.

If you double the pressure you halve the volume, so the ration is 1/2For the same amount (and temperature) double the pressure means half the volume.

To state this relationship, pressure must be constant. The temperature is directly proportional to the volume, that is, if you double the temperature then the volume is doubled. This relationship is known as Charles' Law.

Assuming that the wavelength remains constant, the velocity of the rope will also double if the frequency is doubled. This can be seen in the word equation below: speed = frequency x wavelength If we assume that wavelength is a constant...let wavelength = 1 speed = frequency therefore... 2 x frequency = 2 x speed

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The past tense is doubled.

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