Journal of Applied Physics. Volume 63. Number 8. Part 2B.

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ESO 137-001 is a perfect example of a spiral galaxy zipping through a crammed cluster of galaxies. Titled “Einstein’s Telescope: Using Gravitational Lenses as Telescopes to Reveal the Distant Universe,” the one-hour talk will be given by Brian Siana, an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at UC Riverside. Figure 7.7° 94.7° F2 = 575 N θ = 94.0° F2 = 575 N 60.3° 60. this means that FR is in the second quadrant. Explain the difference between force and torque.

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