# Reliability Physics Symposium, 2002 IEEE International

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He became famous for making the first manned ascent by hydrogen balloon in 1783. the increased kinetic energy causes the volume to increase. Find its volume at 28°C.7 SKETCH 12 cm2 4. the temperature of Figure 14. 8. the pump still only pumps 231 in3 into the tank. The law of universal gravitation makes it possible to calculate an object’s weight on any planet.05 × 106 6.97 × 1024 6.56 × 107 2.74 7.66 × 1025 1.

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