# Fundamentals of Physics + volume - math problems

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- Benhur

Benhur boiled 1 1/4 liters of water in a kettle. After 10 1/2 minutes he measured the water again. It had 3/4 liters left in the kettle. What is the amount of water that evaporates every minutes? - Ideal gas law

Assuming compression is according to the law pV = constant. Calculate the initial volume of gas at a pressure of 2 bar which will occupy a volume of 6 cubic meters when it is compressed to a pressure of 42 bar? - The car

The car has a consumption of 5 liters per 100 km. It has 24 liters of gasoline in the tank. How much petrol remained in the tank when it rides for two and a half hours at a speed of 80 km/h? - Dynamometer

What is the volume of a body that stretches a dynamometer in air, on which it is suspended by a force of 2.5 N, and if it is immersed in alcohol with a density of 800 kg/m ^ 3, does it tension the dynamometer with a force of 1.3 N? - Above water surface

If we remove the stone from the water, we apply a force of 120N. How much force will we have to exert if we move the stone above the water surface? The density of the stone is 5000 kg/m ^ 3. - What power

What power should the radiator have in a room 5x4 meters with a height of 3 meters? Hint: Calculate 35 watts per meter ^ 3 in case you need 22 degrees in the room but you need about 24 degrees in the bathroom. It's an old heating cheat, but it will defini - There

There is 5 l of water with a temperature of 20°C in the bucket. We add 3 liters of hot water. The resulting temperature will be 30°C. What was the temperature of the hot water? - Heat transfer

We placed a lead object weighing 0.4 kg and 250°C in 0.4 L water. What was the initial temperature of water t2 if the object's temperature and the water after reaching equilibrium was 35°C? We assume that the heat exchange occurred only between the lead o - The aluminum

The aluminum object with a weight of 0.80 kg and a temperature of 250°C was placed in the water with a weight of 1.6 kg and a temperature of 23°C. What is the system temperature after reaching equilibrium? We assume that the heat exchange occurred only be - The bath

The bath has water with a volume of 220 l and a temperature of 65°C. Determine the mass m_{2}of water at 15°C to be poured so that the resulting temperature of the water in the bath is 40°C. We neglect the heat exchange between water and the environment. T - The resistance

What is the resistance of an aluminum wire 0.2 km long and 10 mm in diameter? - Copper wire

What is the weight in kg of copper wire 200 m long with a diameter of 0.6 cm, if the density of copper is 8.8 kg? - Buoyancy force

An adult male has a volume of about 0.070 m^{3}. How much buoyancy does it affect him when he is completely immersed in water? - The bath

Dad poured 50 liters of water at 60°C into the tub. How much must cold water be added at 10°C to obtain a bath that has a temperature of 40°C? - Compressed gas

The pressure vessel contains a compressed gas at a temperature t1 = 27°C and a pressure p1 = 4 MPa. How much does its pressure change when we release half the amount of gas and its temperature drops to t2 = 15°C? - Copper winding

Calculate the current flowing through the copper winding at an operating temperature of 70°C. Celsius, if the winding diameter is 1.128 mm and the winding length is 40 m. The winding is connected to 8V. - Sand

How much m ^ 3 of sand can be loaded on a car with a load capacity of 5 t? The sand density is 1600 kg/m^{3}. - Concrete column

The concrete column of the highway bridge has the shape of a block with dimensions of 1m x 0.8m x 25m. It should be lifted by crane to a height of 20m. What is the power of his engine if the lifting takes 2 minutes? - Ice floe

What is the volume of an ice floe weighing 326 kg? The density of ice is only 920 kg/m^{3}. - The body

The body has dimensions of 2m, 2dm, and 10 cm. It weighs 28 kg. What is its density?

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