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Jan 30, 2020 · This example problem demonstrates how to calculate the root mean square (RMS) velocity of particles in an ideal gas. This value is the square root of the average velocity-squared of molecules in a gas. While the value is an approximation, especially for real gases, it offers useful information when studying kinetic theory. ProProfs - Knowledge Management Software for Quizzes, Tests, Training, Flashcards, Knowledge Base. Get started with our knowledge management softwares.

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The final answers I get are: T=DW/(dsinθ-scosθ) V=W-Tsinθ. H=Tcosθ. I put in some reasonable numbers just to get an idea of the answers, W=500 lb, θ=20 0, D=2m, d=1.8 m, and s=0.1 m. Then T=1920 lb, H=1800 lb, and V=-157 lb. The negative value for V means that V is down, not up. In this scenario, the pulling force has to be nearly four ... It equals 1, which is the root of the polynomial 𝑥−1. Given an algebraic number in the form of radicals and arithmetic operations, one can build a polynomial for which the given number is a root. For example, We know that sin45°=√2 2, so we set 𝑥=√2 2, then square both sides and collect terms to one side, we get 𝑥2−1 2 =0.

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