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derekwadsworth.com: Some challenges that I could see would be the walls, possibly a moat, tar, and the towers.
Explanation: The wall is obliviously a main problem, trying to get over it or through it is a difficult challenge. The moat (if it has one) means that there is more than likely only one way to get in or out. If it does have tar it means that the attackers are going to be put in a "sticky situation" And finally the towers, they have people at the top shooting arrows down at you, or throwing things at you.
Calculate the de Broglie wavelength of: a) A person running across the room (assume 180 kg at 1 m/s) b) A 5.0 MeV proton
From the question we are told that
The mass of the person is
The speed of the person is
The energy of the proton is
Generally the de Broglie wavelength is mathematically represented as
Here h is the Planck constant with the value
Generally the energy of the proton is mathematically represented as
In his explanation of the threshold frequency in the photoelectric field, Einstein reasoned that the absorbed photon must have t
4.6×10^-7 m or 0.46nm
Wo= work function of the metal
h= planks constant
c= speed of light
λ= 6.6×10^-34 × 3×10^8/4.30×10^-19
λ= 4.6×10^-7 m
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