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Indd 182 • • 10/31/08 1:42:32 PM We hope that these suggestions will help you get the most out of your physics course. After many years working with students, both in the classroom and one-on-one in a self-paced course, we wrote this book so you could benefit from our experience. In College Physics, we have tried to address the points that have caused difficulties for our students in the past. We also wish to share with you some of the pleasure and excitement we have found in learning about the physical laws that govern our world.
Then the volume of an average cell is about V cell ≈ (1 × 10−5 m)3 = 1 × 10−15 m3 The number of cells is the ratio of the two volumes: volume of body 6 × 10−2 m3 ≈ 6 × 1013 N = ___________________ ≈ ___________ average volume of cell 1 × 10−15 m3 Discussion Based on this rough estimate, we cannot rule out the possibility that a better estimate might be 3 × 1013. On the other hand, we can rule out the possibility that the number of cells is, say, 100 million (= 108). 9 in the United States Drinking Water Consumed How many liters of water are swallowed by the people living in the United States in one year?
Many different units of length exist: meters, inches, miles, nautical miles, fathoms, leagues, astronomical units, angstroms, and cubits, just to name a few. All have dimensions of length; each can be converted into any other. We can add, subtract, or equate quantities only if they have the same dimensions (although they may not necessarily be given in the same units). It is possible to add 3 meters to 2 inches (after converting units), but it is not possible to add 3 meters to 2 kilograms. 7 Dimensional Analysis for a Distance Equation Analyze the dimensions of the equation d = vt, where d is distance traveled, v is speed, and t is elapsed time.