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Recall that an electron volt is the energy that one electron would gain in passing through an electric potential difference of 1 V. the mass of the nucleus must be less than the mass of its component nucleons.602 10 13 J 28. Thus, solid-state physics forms the theoretical basis of materials science. Working Equation: Same Substitution: V (55.0 cm)(25. To solve equilibrium problems: 1. and (b) The sum of y-components 0.2 2 0FRx 0 2 0FRy 0 2 Condition for equilibrium in one dimension: F F where F is the sum of the forces acting in one direction (call it the positive direction) and F is the sum of the forces acting in the opposite (negative) direction. 174) Concurrent Forces Two or more forces applied to. (p. (b) find angle A as follows: tan A 0sum of y-components 0 0sum of x-components 0 0FRy 0 0FRx 0 Determine the quadrant of the angle from the signs of the sum of the x. 3.

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