The elevation at the base of a ski hill is 350 m above sea level. A ski lift raises a skier (total mass=72 kg, including equipment) to the top of the hill. If the skier's gravitational potential energy relative to the base of the hill is now 9.2 x 105 J, what is the elevation at the top of the hill?
the second one and the forth one are in the purple because they are opinions and the rest are in the yellow
it's when something is going so fast it makes a loud noise, breaking the sound barrier, for example: a jet makes a loud noise, not only cause of the jet but because they reached a point where they went so fast that you can year the noise from various parts, kinda like a police car, lets say the car was going so fast that you hear the siren of the cop car right next to you, but the car is probably a mile a way, it's cos the siren was next to you a few seconds if you understand me
in order to follow the instructions and complete the statements, i need to use data from table c of your student guide. can you think of a way to let me see your student guide for a while ? i can't answer the question without the data in table c.