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The drawing shows three particles far away from any other

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Problem 29

The drawing shows three particles far away from any other objects and located on a straight line. The masses of these particles are mA 5 363 kg, mB 5 517 kg, and mC 5 154 kg. Find the magnitude and direction of the net gravitational force acting on (a) particle A, (b) particle B, and (c) particle C.

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Chapter 17: Phases and Phase Changes  An ideal gas is one that is dilute enough, and far away enough from condensing, that the interactions between molecules can be ignored  If the volume of an ideal gas is held constant, we can find that the pressure increases with temperature o P = (constant)T  If the volume and temperature are kept constant, but more gas is added, the pressure will increase o P = (constant)N  If the temperature is constant and the volume decreases, the pressure increases o P = (constant) / V  Combining all of the above equations, we create the following equation o P = k (NT/V) o K = the Boltzmann constant = 1.38 x 10^(­23) J/K o PV=NkT

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