in the second and a half that most people take to react to brake lights or some other thing, the distance the vehicle travels depends on the speed the vehicle is traveling. At 70 miles per hour, the vehicle will travel about 10 car lengths, but at 25 miles per hour, the vehicle will only travel about 2 car lengths. Unfortunately, going faster does not make us react any faster, but it does mean that the distance that is traveled while you are reacting is going to be longer.
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BAD ANSWER: if the mass increases and the distance stays the same then the force of gravity between two objects does what?BETTER ANSWER: If the mass or distance increases and the distance or mass stays the same the then force of gravity between the two objects INCREASES. If the mass or distance DECREASES and the distance or mass stays the same then the force of gravity decreases.
If mass increases and distance stays the same, then the force of gravity between two objects increases.If mass decreases and distance stays the same, then the force of gravity between two objects decreases.If mass stays the same, and distance decreases, then the force of gravity between two objects increases.If mass stays the same, and distance increases, then the force of gravity between two objects decreases.
The speed stays thesame but the distance stays the same.
The wavelength decreases.
It decrease in wave speed.
The force of gravity between two objects will decrease in proportion to the square of the change of distance between them.
Assuming an electromechanical wave not much. The speed of the wave depends on the medium that the wave is passing through. In a vacuum it is the speed of light, through something else a lesser speed. The wavelength stays the same and the frequency stays the same.
Velocity = Frequency * Wavelength. If the wavelength increases and the frequency stays the same, then the speed of the wave will increase.
If mass increases and volume stays the same density increases.
Gravity gets weaker the further away you get. Specifically it varies with 1 divided by the distance squared.
Wavelength decreases because it is inversely related to frequency. Wavelength*Frequency = Speed (of wave, light, etc.)
Increasing the voltage by 1% also increases the field current by 1%, so the back-emf increases by 1% without the speed changing. Therefore the motor speed stays the same.
Increases. The closer they are, the harder the pull.
We got the formula: speed of medium c = frequency f times wavelength lambda. f = c / lambda lambda = c / f If c increases, also f increases. c is proportional to f, if lambda stays constant. If c increases, also lambda increases. c is proportional to lambda, if fstays constant.
the density increases
The density increases.
V=IR. If voltage increases, and resistance stays the same, the current must also increase.
The momentum stays the same. The mass increases and the velocity decreases but the momentum stays the same, momentum is conserved.