What is the dc impedance of the electrode, assuming that it behaves as an ideal capacitor? (a) 0; (b) infinite; (c) 12 * 104 ; (d) 12 * 106 .

PHYS 1010 Notes Week 3 Jan 2529 Motion Equations V F= V 0 at X F = 0v t 0 (1/2) at 2 (x, y): position v: velocity a: acceleration (gravity is constant and downward) t: time F: final; 0: initial V Xwill remain constant V will lessen to the peak and then greaten because of gravity Y Force: a push or pull, which causes an object to accelerate Newtonian mechanics: foundations of physics that works well for "everyday" physical events Vectors (have a magnitude and direction) Use vector addition techniques