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A—The pressure caused by a static column of fluid is P = P0 + ρgh. The shape or width of a container is irrelevant—the pressure at the bottom depends only on the depth of the fluid. All of these fluids have equal depth, and so have equal pressures at the bottom. 28. A—Anytime a thermodynamic process starts and ends on the same isotherm, the change in internal energy is zero. In this case, the process starts and ends at the same point on the diagram, which fulfills the criterion of being on the same isotherm.
E) No orbit at all can be maintained with a larger speed. E A B C 18. A uniform electric field points to the right, as shown above. A test charge can be placed at one of three points as shown in the above diagram. At which point does the test charge experience the greatest force? (A) point A (B) point B (C) point C (D) The charge experiences the greatest force at two of these three points. (E) The charge experiences the same force at all three points. 19. An electron in an electric field is suspended above the earth’s surface.
A) their wavelength (B) their amplitude (C) the distance they traveled to the seismograph (D) the time they took to travel to the seismograph (E) their speed 33. 5) is 60 degrees. What does this mean? (A) Light cannot pass from water to glass unless the angle of incidence is less than 60°. (B) Light cannot pass from glass to water unless the angle of incidence is less than 60°. (C) Light cannot pass from water to glass unless the angle of incidence is more than 60°. (D) Light cannot pass from glass to water unless the angle of incidence is more than 60°.