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Can you name the factor by which the variable is affected?

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Double this and tell the...factorby which this is affected.
# of equal resistors in a parallel circuitamount of current coming from the battery
rate of change of magnetic flux through a loop of wireinduced emf in the loop
radius of a pipevelocity of the fluid moving through it
pressure and absolute temperaturevolume of the gas
radius of a spherevolume of the sphere
wavelength of an electromagnetic waveenergy per photon
Temperature of a starenergy radiated per square meter
momentum of a particlede Broglie wavelength of the particle
wavelength being observed through a telescoperesolving power of the telescope in radians
mass of a satelliteorbital speed
distance from a point chargeelectric potential created by that charge
velocity of an objectkinetic energy
moment of inertia of a rotating objectangular velocity of the object
velocity of an object thrown upwardstime of flight
velocity of an object thrown upwardsmaximum height reached
mass of the bob on a pendulumperiod of the pendulum
Double this and tell the...factorby which this is affected.
mass on a springperiod of the oscillation
index of refraction of a materialspeed of light in the material
depth in a fluidgauge pressure
compression of a springelastic potential energy
resistance of a circuitcurrent leaving the battery
length of a wireresistance of the wire
Kelvin temperature of a gasroot mean square speed of the molecules
Kelvin temperature of a gasthe averge kinetic energy of the molecules
frequency of an electromagnetic wavespeed of the wave
length and width of each plate of a capacitorcapacitance of the capicitor
distance from a point source of lightlight energy received per unit area
distance from a long straight wire carrying a currentstrength of the induced magnetic field
distance from applied force and fulcrumtorque exerted by the force
distance from a point chargeelectric field created by that charge
distance between two objectsgravitational force
work function of a metalfrequency of light needed to eject a photon

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