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**It is made entirely of plastic or other non-conductive material.**

· Technology · Non-Conductive Materials · Grounding Requirements

Author Maria Domanskaia15 Aug, 2024

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To find the volume of a sphere with a radius of 3 m, use $\pi \approx 3.14$ in the formula $V = \frac{4}{3} \pi r^3$ to get $\boxed{113.04 \, \text{cubic meters}}$.

· Mathematics · Volume Of A Sphere Formula · Substitution Of Given Values

Author Emily Rosen15 Aug, 2024

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The material with the **highest specific gravity** is gold, with a specific gravity of approximately $19.3$.

· Chemistry · Specific Gravity Comparison · Density Of Materials

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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Gravity and inertia **change the motion of objects** by continuously pulling objects towards each other while inertia resists changes to their straight-line motion, resulting in curved paths like orbits.

· Physics · Gravitational Force · Inertia

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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The measure of the amount of gravity pulling on an object is its **weight**, calculated as $\mathbf{W = m \cdot g}$ .

· Physics · Weight · Mass

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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The molar mass of sodium azide ($\text{NaN}_3$) is **65.02 g/mol**.

· Chemistry · Atomic Masses · Molecular Formula Calculation

Author Johnathan Clark 15 Aug, 2024

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The space displaced by a mass is considered as **volume** $V$, calculated in cubic units such as $V_{\text{cube}} = s^3$ for a cube or $V_{\text{sphere}} = \frac{4}{3} \pi r^3$ for a sphere.

· Physics · Volume · Geometric Shapes

Author Richard Hamilton15 Aug, 2024

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**Glucose** is not a product of glycolysis.

· Biology · Initial Reactant And End Products Of Glycolysis · Net Gain Of Atp During Glycolysis

Author Rebecca Green 15 Aug, 2024

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