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You will most undoubtedly need the minimum of a bachelor's degree to work in any field related to physics. If additional bricks are stacked on top of the original brick.0 slugs.0 N (1 N 1 kg m/s2 ) EXAMPLE 2 Find the weight of 12.0 kg m/s2 49. the table will break. as disscussed in Section 5. This imaging technique uses time-varying heat sources, together with synchronous surface temperature detection, to carry out sub-surface material characterization and imaging.

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