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# Nicole

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• ### what is the winning-losing force statement in this physics question? ?

A30kg object is stationary on a 41-degree sloped ramp. Find the coefficient of friction between the ramp and the object.

• ### Help with physics power question?

A 45.0 kg student runs at a constant velocity up the incline shown. If the power output of the student is 1.50 x 103 W, how long does it take the student to run the 9.0 m along the incline? (1.8s)

(the height is 6 m high)

I know the answer from the answer key but what I don't understand is how to get there.

• ### portability in a pc?

I am hoping to study abroad next year and I am a bit cautious about bringing my PC on a plane.

I am building a micro itx form factor pc but I am stuck on which case to get. I have seen very compact PC cases that can even fit into a backpack (danA4). This would make things so much easier and make me feel safer about having my PC on the move. (side note- I am planning to take vulnerable parts out and packing the inside for stability).

this would be my first PC build and while researching cases, I came across the NZXT H1 case. it is super beginner friendly and comes with a PSU and AIO. It is larger and taller than cases like the danA4 which seem to be more portable. It also has a glass panel that scares me when it comes to transporting it.

I'm torn between getting a beginner-friendly case that is pretty much perfect for me or go for something more practical transportation wise. it most likely wouldn't be an issue but its the difference between a 500\$ CAD case with transportation risks or cases that are less beginner-friendly and are also seemingly impossible to find.

there's also the water cooling aspect in a pressurized airplane thousands of metres in the air.

Desktops2 months ago
• ### portability in a pc?

I am hoping to study abroad next year and I am a bit cautious about bringing my PC on a plane.

I am building a micro itx form factor pc but I am stuck on which case to get. I have seen very compact PC cases that can even fit into a backpack (danA4). This would make things so much easier and make me feel safer about having my PC on the move. (side note- I am planning to take vulnerable parts out and packing the inside for stability).

this would be my first PC build and while researching cases, I came across the NZXT H1 case. it is super beginner friendly and comes with a PSU and AIO. It is larger and taller than cases like the danA4 which seem to be more portable. It also has a glass panel that scares me when it comes to transporting it.

I'm torn between getting a beginner-friendly case that is pretty much perfect for me or go for something more practical transportation wise. it most likely wouldn't be an issue but its the difference between a 500\$ CAD case with transportation risks or cases that are less beginner-friendly and are also seemingly impossible to find.

there's also the water cooling aspect in a pressurized airplane thousands of metres in the air.

• ### Any pointers for the specs of my gaming PC components? trying to go for a mid-range PC, don't want to spend too much?

I might wait for some components to go on sale as the prices have gone up recently.

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor

MSI B450 TOMAHAWK MAX ATX AM4 Motherboard

G.Skill Ripjaws V 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory

Kingston A400 240 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive

Seagate Barracuda Compute 2 TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive

MSI GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6 GB VENTUS XS OC Video Card

NZXT H510 ATX Mid Tower Case

EVGA G5 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply

Desktops4 months ago