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# Tutor profile: Isaac-josiah O.

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Isaac-josiah O.
Mechanical Engineering student at Georgia Tech.
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### Subject:Physics (Newtonian Mechanics)

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Using Newton’s laws explain why heavier objects require more force than lighter objects to move or accelerate them?

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2nd Law Something with more mass moving at the same acceleration as a lighter object would require more force to change its speed or change its direction. Our formula F=m x a is derived from Newton’s second law

### Subject:Mechanical Engineering

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how does an easy bake oven work?

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The light bulb generates heat through the filament which provides both radiation and convection heating to bake the item. The oven provides insulation maintaining the heat

### Subject:Calculus

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True or False. Any value of x that makes the denominator of rational function f equal to zero, represents a vertical asymptote to the graph of f.

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False. Not always. Let f(x) = (x + 3) / (x 2 -9). Factor the denominator and simplify to obtain f(x) = 1 / (x - 3) Although x = - 3 makes the denominator equal to 0 there is no vertical asymptote at x = - 3; in fact there is a hole.

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