applied physics questions

There are two sections, of 3 questions each in which each section is only open for about 35 minutes. However it should not take the entire minutes on each if you are advanced at physics since it is a intro physics class. The first question is conceptual, while the other two are Mathematical but they have parts.

Millikan “Oil Drop” Experiment

xls (30.5 KB)
charge_of_electron.pdf (99.315 KB)
Charge_of_electron_Dry_lab_data.pdf (41.775 KB)
AdditionalData.pdf (183.648 KB)
Please download and look over the attached documents.
Please read over the procedure and use the supplied data to find the charge of the electron using graphical techniques.
Please view the videos before analyzing the data.
Making it look simple
https://youtu.be/XMfYHag7Liw
What it really looks like
https://youtu.be/3_0w1YEOwRY
https://youtu.be/kUbsUGjRlTk
Full Movie:The Mechanical Universe and Beyond 12 of 52 “The Millikan Experiment”https://youtu.be/sUc13Q8CF3s
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PHYS 102 Conservation Laws Experiment

In this activity, you will be writing and submitting a report regarding the assigned module experiment found and conducted in WebAssign.
The Experiment Report activity must be submitted utilizing the format below, based on the results of the respective experiment.
Plagiarized answers, or answers that are highly paraphrased, will not receive credit. Submissions containing a significant amount of plagiarized material will receive a score of zero, and could prompt academic integrity violation procedures through the University.

PHYS 102 Energy and Conservation Laws

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!

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.