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Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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A static block of given mass is sits on a flat plane with defined static and kinetic friction values. It is pushed with enough force to start it moving  calculate the speed of the block after a given distance.

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Calculate the efficiency and heat from the hot reservoir in a Carnot Cycle (with carnot diagram)

Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
Calculate the efficiency and heat from the hot reservoir in a Carnot Cycle (with carnot diagram)

Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through one phase change, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through one phase change, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
A simple ideal gas law question, using number of molecules, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp. As such the boltzmann constant is in either J/K or L atm/K.
pV = 1/3 Nm<v2>

Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
A simple ideal gas law question, using number of molecules, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp. As such the boltzmann constant is in either J/K or L atm/K.

Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
A simple ideal gas law question, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp.

Question in Tom's workspace
A simple ideal gas law question, using number of molecules, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp. As such the boltzmann constant is in either J/K or L atm/K.
pV = 1/3 Nm<v2>

Question in Tom's workspace
A simple ideal gas law question, using number of molecules, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp. As such the boltzmann constant is in either J/K or L atm/K.

Question in Tom's workspace
A simple ideal gas law question, that asks the student to calculate one of the four variables. he question can ask for either L atm, or kPa m3, and either K or C for temp.

Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

Question in Tom's workspace
A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

Question in Tom's workspace
A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

Question in Foundation course FS0013 Heat and Energy
A block of given mass is sits on a flat plane with defined static and kinetic friction values. Randomly, it does one of two things, it is either:
1) pushed with enough force to start it moving  calculate the force on the block or the static friction.
2) moving over a distance  calculate the work done or the kinetic friction
(are these uneven calculations)

Question in Tom's workspace
A block of given mass is sits on a flat plane with defined static and kinetic friction values. Randomly, it does one of two things, it is either:
1) pushed with enough force to start it moving  calculate the force on the block or the static friction.
2) moving over a distance  calculate the work done or the kinetic friction
(are these uneven calculations)

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A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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A block of given mass is sliding down the plane with a given acceration. Find the normal reaction force, the parallel force and the missing value of a and mu.

Question in Tom's workspace
A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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Get the student to upload their experimental data in a CSV file, then ask them to compute statistics on it.

Question in Tom's workspace
A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it, then plunges it into water. The student must calculate the energy change in the water, and use this to calculate the original temperature of the material.

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A block of given mass is sliding down the plane, with given acceleration or a given coeffoffriction. Find the normal reaction force, the parallel force and the missing value of a and mu.

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Demonstrates how to create variables containing LaTeX commands, and how to use them in the question text.

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$x_n=\frac{an^2+b}{cn^2+d}$. Find the least integer $N$ such that $\leftx_n \frac{a}{c}\right < 10 ^{r},\;n\geq N$, $2\leq r \leq 6$. Determine whether the sequence is increasing, decreasing or neither.

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A random heating question, that randomly picks a material, and then heats it through either one or two phase changes, provides an example graph of the heating with scaled temperature ranges (though not with scaled latent and specific heats), and a table with the suitable constants.

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Use the specific heat capacity of an object and the change in temperature to calculate the heat added to that object

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Compute a table of values for a quadratic function. Calculate the slope and intercept of a line.

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There are copious comments in the definition of the function eqnline about the voodoo needed to have a JSXGraph diagram interact with the input box for a part.