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Graduated with a degree in Theoretical Physics from Lancaster University. Now work as a engineer at a nuclear plant programming the reactor computers.
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This question requires Hooke's law to solve: `F=kx` where F is the force in newtons used to displace the mass by x in metres; k is the spring constant. With the force used to displace the mass,... 
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When light rays reflect, the angle of incidence (the angle from which the ray is different from the normal of the surface, or the imaginary line coming straight out of the surface) is equal to the... 
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Since you give no size of the stone or any other details, I'm going to assume that you are neglecting air resistance. At the surface of the earth, gravity accelerates objects at 9.81 Newtons per... 
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a) Vertexes, in this situation, can be said to mean 'corners'. Thus, you have a parallelogram (a 4 sided shape with 2 pairs of parallel sides) with 4 corners where the parallelogram is described by... 
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The centre of the sun is about 15,700,000 kelvins (at that heat and inaccuracy, similar to Celsius) according to our best models, although we could never really know. The photosphere (the visible...
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