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What is the cause of rolling friction? & why is it less than sliding friction?

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Why is the divergence of a magnetic field equal to zero?

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Consider a horizontal surface with or without friction. Ideally, will a wheel rolling without slipping roll forever in both cases?

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Can't virtual images be put on a screen?

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Why does a bicycle come to rest after travelling a distance?

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Is there a difference between "average acceleration" and centripetal acceleration?

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A vehicle moves from rest to a certain distance. Would the distance time graph always be curved?

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As a car turns around a circle, why does the force of static friction point towards the center of the circle

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Why does a plane look like it's slower than a car?

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Different interpretations of the power in a resistor law?

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Angular momentum-torque relationship in a rotating frame?

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How can the contact point of a body rolling without slipping have zero velocity?

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Does magnetic poles exist for a magnetic field generated by straight current carrying conductor?

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Using slope=0 technique to find most likely spherical shell

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If the velocity vector of a moving particle is always perpendicular to the position vector, is the path a circle?

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Why is the black body radiation so important?

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What is the electric field between and outside infinite parallel plates?

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Why don't the kinematic equations agree with calculating velocity one second at a time?

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What is wrong with considering the Atwood machine as a system?

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Charged particle between two parallel likely charged plates, is it affected by the plates?

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Find the minimum value of velocity

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Acceleration and Circular Motion

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In calculating work done by a constant force over a constant distance, why doesn't the subject's initial velocity matter?

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Does the induced charge on a conductor stay at the surface?

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Forces acting on particles

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Is Newton's third law always correct?

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Why does resistance increase with length?

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Do objects gain and lose heat at the same rate?

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Is capacitance calculated over a finite volume or over all space?

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Contradictory surface charge density relations