Q: What comes next M V E M?

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***Answer 1*** Remember, KE= (1/2)m(v^2), 1 eV=1.6*10^-19 J -you need to convert, since 1J= 1N*m m of an electron is 9.1*10^-31 kg m of a proton is 1.67*10^-27 kg Good luck! ***Answer 2*** Answer 1 only works for non-relativistic speeds, also when you are dealing with Nuclear Physics you DO NOT want to convert out of eV. -------------------------------------------------------- E(total) = Energy Kinetic +Energy rest But in Nuclear Physics E(total) is actually; E^2 = (pc)^2 + (mc^2)^2 E(total) = E(kinetic) + E(rest) => 1.00keV = (pc)^2 from there you should be able to finish it.

Assuming bulk properties of pure lead (at ambient pressure/temperature): density(rho) = 11340 kg/m3 Young's Modulus (E) = 16 GPa Poisson's Ratio(v) = 0.44 then, speed of sound, c is: c = sqrt[E*(1-v)/(rho*(1+v)*(1-2*v))] = 2138 m/s

The momentum of any object is [ M V ]. 'M' is its mass, 'V' is its velocity. If the fish is moving, then [ M V ] is not zero, and it has momentum.

Since Kinetic Energy is defined as E = (1/2) * m * V ^^2 E(60kms) = (1/2) * m * 60^^2 = (1/2) * m * 3600 E(30kms) = (1/2) * m * 30^^2 = (1/2) * m * 900 E(60kms)/E(30kms) = 3600/900 = 4 Answer is 4 times as much.

Yes. The person has a mass m and has the same velocity as the bus v, so has a kinetic energy E, where E = 1/2 * m *v^2 Obvioulsy, it all depends on your frame of reference, since this kinetic energy is due to the velocity of the person relative to the road due to the bus moving on that road at velocity v.

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