12 physics questions on fluid/water/air pressure, density, speed

These are 10 physics questions on fluid pressure, density and speed. An example question is :
“Determine the minimum gauge pressure needed in the water pipe leading into a building if water is to come out of a faucet on the fourteenth floor, 45 m above that pipe. Express your answer to two significant figures and include the appropriate units.”
The time is now 8:50am Eastern Daylight Time ,Time zone (GMT-4) Thursday, July 22, 2021. I need this in about 12-14 hours or by 10pm tonight.

Two small spheres assumed to be identical conductors are placed at 30 cm from each other on a horizontal axis. .

Two small spheres assumed to be identical conductors are placed at 30 cm from each other on a horizontal axis. the first S1 is loaded with 12 nC and the second S2 is loaded with -18 nC. make a figure where you need representative.
Two small spheres assumed to be identical conductors are placed at 30 cm from each other on a horizontal axis. the first S1 is loaded with 12 nC and the second S2 is loaded with -18 nC. make a figure where you need representative.

PHYS 102 Newton’s second law Experiment Report

The Experiment Report activity must be submitted utilizing the format below, based on the results of the respective experiment.
Refer to the Experiment Report Instructions page located in the Course Specific Information area for more information about the requirements for this assignment.
I have attached my work (data) and the format of the report.

PHYS 102 Experiment Report – Motion

The Experiment Report activity must be submitted utilizing the format below, based on the results of the respective experiment.

The single most important requirement for an experiment report is clarity. It should be written in such a way that someone who has been unable to conduct the experiment would be able to clearly understand what was done, the results, and why it mattered.
All experiment reports should be:
concise, clear, and contain the necessary details for a well-developed explanation.
well organized so the reader is able to quickly find the information needed or of interest.
relevant and rational so the reader is able to validate the summary or conclusion.
address all rubric assessment areas (see grading rubric).
I have attached the experiment results and the format on how it should be written.

PHYS 102 Study of Motion

Formulate an organized, clearly worded, and succinct initial post that substantively covers all discussion paragraph points stated for your chosen topic. Because your initial post will be scored on the degree to which you meet these standards, there is no set minimum word requirement. However, there is a set maximum word requirement – confine your initial post to 500 words. Remember that we are all reading each other’s posts, and one that is succinctly written is more likely to be read and responded to, thus furthering our discussion on that topic.
Include at least one graphic, video, or image that visually adds to some aspect of your post – as they say, pictures are worth 1000 words!

Physics for Scientists and Engineers lab

In this lab you will construct series and parallel RC circuits. You will then record the
electric potential of the source, electric potential across R, and the current through the circuits at
regular time intervals ( 10 seconds ). And each 30 seconds when the results are not changing so
fast.
You will collect this data while charging the pair of capacitors (first in series, then in
parallel.), then while discharging the pair of capacitor. In each case the resistor will be in series
with the capacitor combinations.
Once you have tabulated all your data for these simple series and parallel RC DC circuits,
A number of interesting graphs can be made from this data. I would like to see each of the
following graphs

Physics Question

Please pick one from the following four topics:
Kuiper belt objects
Compare the atmospheres of the terrestrial planets
Mission and latest findings of NASA’s spacecraft Cassini
Hubble Telescope
2.. Your paper must be at least four full pages. You will be penalized if your paper is shorter than
four full pages (not including your title and header!). Please use 12 pt Times New Roman font and double-space your text

3. You will be writing a brief paper about one of the topics given above. A good paper will focus
on the following:
• Some context – Why is this object or topic important and interesting to the field of
astronomy?
• What is the most current knowledge in the field (if applicable)? (You will not be able to
write about everything, so choose a few important discoveries. Please note the word
“current” – you should report on the most recent information you can find, not information
from a few decades ago.)
• What unanswered questions remain?
When creating your paper, start with an introduction paragraph. The last sentence of this paragraph
should be your thesis statement, which lays out your argument for the paper. The body paragraphs
of your paper should be arranged logically so that your writing flows from one topic to another.
Your paper should also end with a conclusion paragraph.

4. You must use at least three sources besides your text. Your text can be one of your sources, but
you must have at least three others in addition to it. Encyclopedias (either hardcopy or online)
are not appropriate sources. You can use them as starting points and links to other information, but
you cannot count them as one of your sources. Good sources include books, magazines, websites
from universities or NASA, etc. Be careful – not all sources are created equal, especially online!
5. Your paper will undergo originality checking upon submission against various databases, and
you will see an Originality Report which I will be checking. Please read carefully the final note
below regarding plagiarism. You may submit your paper as many times as you like until the due
date – I will only be grading the most recent submission.

Your Turnitin similarity score should be equal to or less than 25% in order to get points for
originality.
5. Please cite your sources in a Works Cited at the end of your paper and use MLA style. Make sure
you credit information you’re using properly using in-text citations, whether you’re directly
quoting or paraphrasing that information.
Note that a short paper should rely primarily on paraphrased information, not direct quotes.

6. Do not wait until the last minute to submit and upload your paper! You will not be able to submit
any revisions after the due date have passed.
You need to first submit a rough draft into the designated Rough draft for Research paper drop
box (by 11:59 pm, Wed, July 7
th) so that I can check for plagiarism and citation style. You can get
help from our librarian and make the appropriate corrections, you will submit your final paper in
the Final Research paper dropbox (by 11:59 pm, Sun, Jul 11th).
You may also bring your draft to the Writing Lab on campus (12.825) for grammar and style
editing, and you will have access to Upswing’s online tutoring resources (which supports both
astronomy and writing in general). You also have access to Grammarly for basic spelling/grammar
edits.

7. Finally, please take a look at the following link regarding plagiarism. This is a good source to
review. Read the information and take the short quiz. Plagiarism involves taking someone else’s
work as your own. It doesn’t just mean direct copying of an entire paper: it can also include
paraphrasing without an in-text citation, not properly citing your sources (in-text plus works
cited page), direct copying without using quotation marks (even if you cite), etc. Plagiarism is
grounds for a zero on your paper.
How Your Paper Will Be Evaluated:
A high-scoring paper will use at least 3 credible sources which are cited in-text and on a works
cited page. Your sources provide information, but direct quotes are kept to a minimum. Your paper
has a clear organizational structure with an introduction paragraph, body paragraphs flowing from
one idea to the next, and a proper conclusion paragraph at the end. Your writing is free of
grammatical and spelling errors.