# Which waves have the highest velocities?

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### Answered:Maximum bullet velocity. Where does a bullet reach ...

Inside the barrel is the point at which it is at the greatest velocity. Just use the ideal gas law pV=nRT, and let the barrel volume=V. Assume that the pressure of the expanding gases are being converted into kinetic energy into the bullet. Rewrite the equation---p=(nRT)/V If you make V ...

### Answered:What is the change in velocity called?

The change in velocity with respect of time is called acceleration.

### Answered:What is in the blank ...

It also tells the "period" (reciprocal of frequency).

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### Are there any harmful health effects of radio waves?

NO, radio waves are not harmful. Because it cannot be absorbed by our body in the absence of a strong magnetic field. To absorb the radio waves the body must be placed in an external magnetic field such as MRI scan. The earth's magnetic field is quite low to facilitate the absorbency of radio waves ...

### Do microwaves from a cell phone effect the brain more than radio waves

My husband has complained about headaches if he is talking to long on the cell phone.

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### Are waves from dth television services harmful? (dth services such as sky

Hi, Right now I don't know of any proof that they are but that doesn't mean they aren't. It usually takes a few tens of years before these things are discovered so I would still practice reasonable caution.

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