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How Much Force Is Needed to Break an Egg?
The amount of force needed to break a regular sized egg is about 25 Newtons. The difference on this number comes with what...
What is the difference between simple machines and complex machines?
Machines make work easier by: Changing the speed or distance of the force Increasing the magnitude of the acting force...
Who Discovered Cells and How
Robert Hooke is the scientist that is usually attributed with the discovery of the cell. He was the first to use the word...
Is It Possible for Equipotential Lines to Cross?
No, it is not possible for equipotential lines to cross. This is because equipotential lines are lines are lines made by...
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