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Write an APA paper that addresses the following: The general concept of nuclear

Write an APA paper that addresses the following:
The general concept of nuclear radioactivity and the concept of nuclear stability. •
Discussed the nature of nuclear decay to include the concept of half-life 
Discussed the general concept of nuclear energy as it is associated with Fission and Fusion 
Explain the life of a star, types of stars, and how it is associated with stellar evolution 
Explain the big bang theory 
Differentiate between a comet and an asteroid; between meteors and meteorites. 
Differentiate between the three laws of Kepler. 
Describe the motion of the earth to include the Earth’s motion in space. 
Differentiate between the 3 Different “Place” identification 
Explain one theory about the formation of the earth’s moon. 
Pick any TWO and write an APA formatted response paper.  Make sure you follow the APA rules specifically to document your in-text citation and your reference page. 
In Addition, Turn in your part 1 & 2 (Focus is on Part 2).
Part 2 is the meat of your Signature Assignment. The three subcategories that Part 2 should address should be:
a.  PESTEL issue (political, economic, strategic, technology, educational, and Legal) ramifications. 
b.  Analysis (qualitative or quantitative (preferred)
c.  Resulting potential solutions
Include charts, graphs, pictorial depictions of the problem.  

PHY 1001 Unit Six – Motion Mathematical Assignment 1. A wave is sent back and fo

PHY 1001
Unit Six – Motion
Mathematical Assignment
1. A wave is sent back and forth along a rope 4 m long with a mass of 0.6 kg by exerting a force a force of 30 N. Calculate the linear mass density of the rope (in kg/m). 
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2. A 3 Hz wave has a wavelength of 0.4 m. Calculate the speed of the wave (in m/s). 
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3. A wave travels at 60 m/s and has a wavelength of 2.8 m. Calculate the wave frequency (in Hertz). 
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4. Calculate the wavelength (in m) of the note middle “C” (frequency = 256 Hz) in air at room temperature and pressure. 
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5. If the tension (i.e., force) on a string increases 2 times but the density of the string remains constant, the new speed of waves on the string will be how many times greater than the original speed? 
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6. If the length of a string increases 2 times but the mass of the string remains constant, the new density of the string will equal the original density multiplied by what factor? 
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7. Calculate the speed of a wave (in m/s) in a material if the frequency is 200 Hz and the wavelength is 0.5 m.
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8. Calculate the speed of sound in a string that has a tension of 100 N and a linear mass density of 0.0001 kg/m 
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Present an application of a wave phenomena to studies in a field of science or e

Present an application of a wave phenomena to studies in a field of science or engineering other than physics. Your examples may be taken from, but are not limited to, sound engineering, instrument making, medical imaging, non destructive testing, oil explorations, earth quake prediction, and Tsunami warning systems. No matter what field you choose the wave phenomena.
I what media, if any, do the waves propagate?
Are the waves in this application transverse, longitudinal, or both?  If either transverse or longitudinal waves are missing from the application explain why?
On what parameters of the media (pressure, temperature, mass, density,… ) does the wave speed depend?
In general, what is the relationship between the wavelength, the frequency, and the wave speed?
Define diffraction, diffusion, constructive interference, and destructive interference as general properties of waves.
Discuss how diffraction, diffusion, constructive interference, and destructive interference appears in your application.  If it does not appear explain why not.