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    1 ) You are talking by interplanetary telephone to a friend who lives on the Moon. She tells you she has just won 1 newton of gold in a contest. Excitedly, you tell her that you entered Earth's version of the same contest and also won 1 newton of gold
    who is richer ? and why ?

    a)your friend your friend (b) you (c) it's a drwa
    my answe is your friend

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    A baseball of nass m is thrown upwad with some intial speed . If air resistance is neglected , the force acting on the ball when it reaches its peak is
    a ) mg and upward
    b) mg and downward
    c) zero , or
    d) none of these
    my answe is mg and downward
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    Quote Originally Posted by r-soy View Post
    1 ) You are talking by interplanetary telephone to a friend who lives on the Moon. She tells you she has just won 1 newton of gold in a contest. Excitedly, you tell her that you entered Earth's version of the same contest and also won 1 newton of gold
    who is richer ? and why ?

    W = mg ... where is the value of g greater? why is that so?

    a)your friend your friend (b) you (c) it's a drwa
    my answe is your friend

    2 )

    A baseball of nass m is thrown upwad with some intial speed . If air resistance is neglected , the force acting on the ball when it reaches its peak is
    a ) mg and upward
    b) mg and downward
    c) zero , or
    d) none of these
    my answe is mg and downward
    correct
    ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by r-soy View Post
    1 ) You are talking by interplanetary telephone to a friend who lives on the Moon. She tells you she has just won 1 newton of gold in a contest. Excitedly, you tell her that you entered Earth's version of the same contest and also won 1 newton of gold
    who is richer ? and why ?

    a)your friend your friend (b) you (c) it's a drwa
    my answe is your friend

    2 )

    A baseball of nass m is thrown upwad with some intial speed . If air resistance is neglected , the force acting on the ball when it reaches its peak is
    a ) mg and upward
    b) mg and downward
    c) zero , or
    d) none of these
    my answe is mg and downward
    "You are talking by interplanetary telephone to a friend who lives on the Moon" - Psychiatrists are expensive so I doubt very much that you'll be the rich one ....
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    "You are talking by interplanetary telephone to a friend who lives on the Moon" - Psychiatrists are expensive so I doubt very much that you'll be the rich one ....
    Psychiatrist fees are insignificant when you're funded by a Nigerian prince..
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