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Quiz must recieve 7 out of 9 or higher to receive payment must have good understanding of physics provided reading over chapter 7 quiz

Quiz must recieve 7 out of 9 or higher to receive payment must have good understanding of physics provided reading over chapter 7 quiz
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https://www.bhc.edu/admissions/get-started/new-student-checklist/myblackhawk-portal/ go to link then click my blackhawk and sign in then click canvas and go to PS-205-001 and take the chapter 7 quiz and there further notes and modules.

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Neglect air resistance and use si units.

answer this question plus the once uploaded with pictures total of 5 questions
1. A ball of mass 106.9 g is placed on a vertical spring of spring constant 200 N/m, and the spring is
compressed by 50 cm from its equilibrium length. The ball is released from rest. How high does it
rise above its starting point on the compressed spring? Express your answer in meters and round to 1 decimal place ex. 10.7 Don’t put units in the answer box.
Hint: The ball starts from rest and stops for an instant at the max height. So the change in kinetic energy = 0. Use the energy equation to solve this problem. Neglect air resistance and use SI units.

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The other documents include the rubric and a list of what the 5es are.

I attached the documents needed. The standard to use is listed on one of the documents. The other documents include the rubric and a list of what the 5Es are.

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Please submit a picture of the created circuit drawing and a picture of the problem solving work

Complete activity 1 & 2. Then write a short summary about what was done.
Please submit a picture of the created circuit drawing and a picture of the problem solving work

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Hello, so i uploaded a pdf of the homeowork. in order for u to do my homework you need my last 4 id number.

Hello, so i uploaded a pdf of the homeowork. in order for u to do my homework you need my last 4 id number. I will provide you with the id when i hire you. YOU DO NOT DO THE FIRST PAGE. ONLY THE SECOND PAGE U DO

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Write the value of:

Watch this video and do the worksheet based off the lecture video.

Answer questions 2-8
Here are the answers to the top part that you may need in order to answer questions 2-8.
Write down the last 2 digits of your ID number: (08) This is A.
Add 10 to A: (18) This is B.
Add 100 to B: (118) This is C.
Add up the last 2 digits of ID number and add one: . This is D.
(9)
Write the value of:
A=____08______ B=____18______ C=___118________ D=___9_______

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Describe the heat and the temperature of the system.

Review the Graph below the heating of 10 g of water. The water starts as ice -60 degrees Celsius and ends up as water at 30 degrees Celsius.
Describe the heat and the temperature of the system. What is happening to the system for the blue, red, and green lines?

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• is a hearing loss present?

Interpret the audiograms below and calculate the pure tone averages for each ear (show your calculations). (All plotted thresholds are rounded to the nearest 5 or 10 dB.) Your audiogram interpretation should address the following areas:
• Is a hearing loss present? If so, also address the following
• Bilateral or unilateral?
• Which ear(s)?
• Symmetrical or asymmetrical?
• Type of hearing loss?
• Degree of hearing loss? (include frequency ranges)
• Configuration?
Each audiogram is worth a total of 5 points.

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Lab report from my friend

LAB REPORT!! You have to write a report about the ammeter and voltmeter, adding data tables from my excel spreedsheet, with images, follow the syllabus (report outline is there) and the lab manual pages, also i posted an example of how my report needs to look from a friend who took the class before to give you an idea , answer the post lab questions only…no need to answer pre lab. Do not copy my friend’s data .THANK YOU
1.LAB MANUAL
2. SYLLABUS
3. LAB REPORT FROM MY FRIEND
4. MY EXCEL SPREADSHEET DATA

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Part 1: getting started

https://emaillynn-my.sharepoint.com/:w:/g/personal/nsartoretti_email_lynn_edu/EaTxNgRkQhZMmyQJFWtwRWgBedFdwUG6-dJxmIu-I3tHxw?e=nja7Ov
EXPLORING INTERACTIONS OF MATTER WITH LIGHT
Adapted from Palmer, A. (2014) Exploring interactions of matter with light https://phet.colorado.edu/en/contributions/view/3972
PART 1: GETTING STARTED
Use the Phet Molecules and light simulation
Explore all of the controls in the simulation for about 5 minutes. Click on different things and figure out what each one does.
Identify what each atom in the molecules are. (For example, orange is oxygen)
PART 2: “LIGHT” IN THE SIMULATION
Rank the electromagnetic radiation (microwave, infrared, visible, ultraviolet) in the simulation in terms of energy, wavelength, and frequency.
Energy
Wavelength
Frequency
PART 3: INTERACTION OF LIGHT AND MATTER
Look carefully at the molecules that are in the simulation. Answer the following questions:
Which of these gases are greenhouse gases?
Which of these are the main components of our atmosphere?
Create a hypothesis for these questions:
which gases will be affected by the high energy radiation? (visible light and ultraviolet)?
Which of these gases will be affected by the low energy radiation? (microwave and infrared)?
Examine how different photons in the simulation affect each molecule. Record your observations for each combination in a few descriptive words.
Microwave
Infrared
Visible Light
Ultraviolet
CO
N2
O2
CH4
CO2
H2O
NO2
O3
Which molecule(s) were not affected by any of the radiation in the sim?
Why might this be important? (Hint: think about what molecules are commonly found in our air and atmosphere)
Examine your observations above and summarize the effects of each kind of radiation on the molecules in the simulation. Think about the types of atoms in each molecule.
Microwave
Infrared
Visible Light
Ultraviolet
Effect(s) on Molecules