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When it has no symmetry the object is called asymmetrical.
That's called the mass.
a black hole, but you cant see it
in free fall
It is the reverse.
Pluto is a kuiper belt oject it is one of the biggest KBO
That is its orbit.
The moon could be an example of this. It is an oject that is not man made orbiting another object.
the object is moving relative to that point.
its is an oject that can be used in a cicuit board, this object should allow an electric current to flow through it
1.modular approach 2.oject oriented approach 3.procedural approach
W = m * g Weight of an object equals the mass of the oject multiplied by the gravitaional constant
They don't always move, but there's always a force of attraction between them.
it called GPC (Global Positioning Satellites)
Air resistance equals the pull of gravity, so essentially zero.
An non-luminous object can be any oject that doesn't produce light, e.g. wood, metal, plastics, etc.
An object can not have momentum with out speed because speed is what gives an oject it's momentum. Here is the equasion for momentum; momentum (P) = Mass (M) x Speed (V). So P=MV. This means without speed you have no momentum. Hope I helped, 2000AD
When the object is in a normal every-day situation on Earth or another planet, that's the force we usually call the object's "weight".
Its the vesicle/transport vacuole.
when the oject is falling with resistence shape matters because less the surface area more the pressure less the resistence more the acceleration.
Nothing specifically. Inertia is a proprety of matter (as you may know from the Bill Nye the Science Guy intro), and just because there is more mass to an oject doesn't really mean that it would have more inertia. However, other forces such as friction and gravity are spread over an oject, so there would be more friction due to the mass and more downwards force because of gravity + the mass.
Weight(W)=mass(M)* acceleration due to gravity(g) which is =9.8ms^2 therefore,weight of 40kg is w=40 * 9.8 w=392N
The answer to this question depends on HOW the device is used on the network. If the device is used to store data from other computers it is called a server. If it is used to access data from other computers or the server it is called a client.