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somi5fjt 2023-03-22

The meter is defined as the distance traveled by light in 1/299792458 seconds? why didn't people choose some easier number than 1/300000000 seconds? why not 1 second?

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zatynlpv 2023-03-08

A bullet of mass 10 g travelling horizontally with a velocity of $150m{s}^{-1}$ strikes a stationary wooden block and comes to rest in 0.03 s. Determine the bullet's penetration depth into the block. Calculate the force exerted by the wooden block on the bullet as well.

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Mia Pitts 2023-02-22

How long will it take to drive 500 km if you are driving at a speed of 50 km per hour?

A)4 hours

B)10 hours

C)3 hours

D)2 hours

A)4 hours

B)10 hours

C)3 hours

D)2 hours

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kejuuoo 2023-01-21

How many triangles can be constructed with sides measuring 1 m, 2 m, and 2 m?

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taiko3r4 2023-01-09

How to find the distance from the point A(3,-5,5) to the line x=2+3t , y=1-2t, z=-1+t?

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Sloane Cummings 2023-01-04

What is the distance between (-13,9) and (11,2) on a coordinate grid?

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2selz76t 2022-12-06

The Sun is located at a distance of from the centre of the Milky Way galaxy.

1)17,000 ly

2)21,000 ly

3)25,000 ly

1)17,000 ly

2)21,000 ly

3)25,000 ly

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armlanna1sK 2022-12-02

The perpendicular bisector theorem states that if a point is on the perpendicular bisector of a segment ,then it is:

A)Equidistant from the segment's endpoints

B)Equidistant from the the segment's midpoint

C)Perpendicular to the segment

D)Perpendicular to the segment's endpoints

A)Equidistant from the segment's endpoints

B)Equidistant from the the segment's midpoint

C)Perpendicular to the segment

D)Perpendicular to the segment's endpoints

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autreimL8 2022-11-24

What is the distance between (43,2,11) and (7,-1,26)?

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Dayanara Nash 2022-11-24

What is the distance between (7,5,-6) and (-1,6,3)?

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Jamir Summers 2022-11-23

Distance between (-1,1,3) and (-5,-1,1)?

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Uroskopieulm 2022-11-23

Distance between (5,-6,4) and (4,-4,-2)?

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Mollie Wise 2022-11-22

What is the distance between (-1,4,9) and (1,-7,2)?

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clealtAfforcewug 2022-11-20

How can the distance formula be used in real life?

The distance formula is a mathematical equation used to calculate the distance between two points. It can be used to measure distances on a two-dimensional plane or in three-dimensional space. The formula is simple yet powerful and is applicable to a variety of problems. It is also used in physics, engineering, and other sciences. By using the distance formula, one can quickly calculate the length of a line segment, the distance between two points, or the distance between multiple points. Knowing the distance between points can help us understand our environment better and make better decisions.