heating any electrical conductor makes it's resistance increase.
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1lb = 8 bananas
newton's second law states that f = m x a (force is mass times acceleration). which example would have the greatest acceleration?
a) a 10 kg ball thrown with a 50 newton force
b) a 1 kg ball thrown with a 0.5 newton force
c) a 50 kg student launched by a 100 newton catapult
d) a 500 kg car accelerated by 1000 newtons from the engine
let's calculate each acceleration, from m = f/a:
a) 50n/10kg = 5 m/s^2
b) 0,5n/1kg = 0.5 m/s^2
c) 100 n/50kg = 2m/s^2
d) 1000n/500kg= 2m/s^2.
so the answer is option a.
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the carpet is more likely to accumulate excess electric charge (static electricity) over time when there is no good way for it discharge. the dry air, as was said, insulates the carpet and makes it prone to such accumulation. this is less the case with humid air that allows the carpet to continuously discharge a portion of its electric charge over time and thus spares us--the walkers--a minor shock.