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# In most situations we have encountered in this chapter, frictional forces tend to reduce the kinetic energy of an object. However, frictional forces can sometimes increase an object's kinetic energy. Describe a few situations in which friction causes an increase in kinetic energy.   ### Other questions on the subject: Physics Physics, 21.06.2019 15:20, hartzpeyton136
Two large, flat, horizontally oriented plates are parallel to each other, a distance d apart. half way betwween the two plates the electric field has magnitude e. if the separation of the plates is reduced to d/2 what is the magnitude of the electric field half way between the plates? Physics, 22.06.2019 03:50, ash011519
The force acting on a beam was measured under the same operating conditions and a sample of 5 data points was collected. this process was repeated by 3 observers. the pooled standard deviations of these 3 data sets was 1.21. determine the true mean force using all pooled data (with a 95% probability). the result should look like this: true mean = mean +/- margin of error Physics, 22.06.2019 05:30, namekianball4
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When water freezes, it expands about 9.80%. what would be the pressure increase inside your automobile's engine block if the water in it froze? (the bulk modulus of ice is 2.00×10^9 n/m^2.)
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