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UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
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Final Exam5 problems, 20 points each1. (20 points) A canon on a horizontal surface res a cannonball with initial speedv0 at an angle above the horizontal. There is a wind that gives rise to a constanthorizontal force opposing the cannonballs motion. T
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
Formula SheetVelocity:drdt= vAB + vCDv=vACMomentum and center of mass:1(m1 r1 + m2 r2 + ) ,Mp = M vcmdpFnet =dtM = m1 + m2 + rcm =Energy:E =K +VK = 1 mv 22dVdxGM m=mgh + constr= 1 k (r r0 )22Fx = VgravVspringdE = Fnet drRo
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N1: Newtons LawsConcept Test1.2.3.4.A puck is initially attatched to a horizontal rotating platform. At theinstant shown, the ball is released from the platform. Which line mostnearly shows the subsequent trajectory of the puck?Neglect friction.
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
Concept TestA painter on a platform pulls himself up by pulling on a rope as shown.What is the correct free-body diagram for the system consisting of thepainter, the platform, and the weight on the platform?1.2.3.4. OthercmN2: Vector CalculusPro
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N3: Forces from MotionConcept TestA book sits at rest on a table. What explains the absence of a net force on thebook?1. Newtons third law implies that the normal force equals the gravitationalforce.2. Force is caused by acceleration, so the absence
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N4: Motion from ForcesProblem: A owerpot falls downward past a window that has a vertical height1.5 m. The owerpot is observed to take 0.2 seconds to fall past the window.From how far above the top of the window did the owerpot fall?Problem: A rocket
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N5: StaticsProblem: A person of mass m walks across a beam of mass M. The beam is heldup by two supports, one at each end. What is the force exerted by the leftsupport as a function of where the person stands on the beam?A 1-kg rock is suspended by a
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N6: Linearly ConstrainedMotionProblem: A box of mass m slides down an inclined plane that makes an anglewith the horizontal. The coefcient of sliding friction between the box and theplane is . What is the acceleration of the box?Concept TestA physic
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N7: Coupled ObjectsProblem: A box of mass M is attached to a chain of mass m. A person pulls onthe chain with a constant force F. What is the force that the chain exerts on thebox?mProblem: A worker lifts a crate of mass m at constant speed using the
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
Reminders:Exam 2 next WednesdayHW7 corrections next MondayN8: CircularlyConstrained MotionProblem: A toy car of mass m goes around a vertical loop the loop of radiusR. What is the minimum speed it must have at the bottom in order to avoidfalling of
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N9: AcceleratedReference FramesProblem: A car is accelerating with constant acceleration A. A pair of fuzzy dicehangs from the window at a constant angle. What is this angle?Problem: An astronaut is in a rocket ship that is accelerating upward at 9.8
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N10: Projectile Motionbattleship simultaneously fires two shellsConcept Testenemy ships. If the shells follow the parA battleship simultaneously res shown, whicholic trajectories two shells at enemy ships. If the ship getsshells follow the parabolic
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
N11: OscillationsProblem: A mass m is suspended by a spring with spring constant k attached tothe ceiling. Find the frequency of small up and down oscillations of the massabout its equilibrium position.Problem: A pendulum consists of a mass m suspende
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
UC Davis - PHY - 9HA
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SteelAluminumPolycarbonateYield Stress (Mpa)Tensile Strength (Mpa)Fracture Stress (Mpa)Ductility % elongationDuctility % red. Of areaElastic Modulus (GPa)Resilience (Mpa)Toughness (Mpa)n = slope of plastic region = 0.1430210.796834,2,642048)l
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Beam Bending: Wooden DowelAlex Lin ME 2011 Oct 21, 2009IntroductionThe elasticity of an object is important in designing the structure of an object. For instance abridge needs to be ridged while an archers bow must be very elastic. In this experiment
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Beam Bending: Wooden DowelAlex Lin ME 2011 Oct 21, 2009IntroductionThe elasticity of an object is important in designing the structure of an object. Forinstance a bridge needs to be ridged while an archers bow must be very elastic. In thisexperiment
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Part 1 Elastic Modulus1) Mean of Elastic Modulus: We use E(Pa) of Modulus Measurement fromraw data.Mean of Elastic Modulus=Ex) 59.798855366GPa= : Measurement valueLiterature Value of Elastic Modulus=65000000000 Pa With compare to Literature value, o
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Part 2 Fracture StrengthA)1)Slide#Force(N)FractureStrength(Mpa)FractureStrainRankC.F.P.170.7392110.50340.001700180.727273267.3392105.19220.001618370.636364359.939293.63250.001440520.181818472.3392113.00280.0017385100.9
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
PHYSICS _ LABORATORY REPORTLaboratory2NameandID#:_AlexLin3456393_Dateperformed:_10/10/10_Day/Timesectionmeets:Thurs8AM_LabPartners'Names:_DavidSchumacherSamanthaBzdawkaDaleMartinnen_Problem#andTitle: _ Lab#2Problem1and2Electricfieldandpotentialdiffer
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Exam2Answers1. ionly2. Whenatemperaturechangeshiftsasystematequilibrium,thevalueofKctheequilibriumconstant,remainsthesame3. 18.84. [H2O]2/[H2]24x 25.=.76(.8 x)(.6 x)6. 2.1 1067. Qc=52rxngoes8. 3.28x1039. Thegivenreactionisexothermic.10. 4.37
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
CHEM 1022HOUR EXAM IIProfessor Ruth Robinson7/14/09Please Remember to Correctly RecordYour Name and Seven Digit Student IDNumber on the Bubble Sheet Provided!BE SURE TO USE #2 PENCILS ONLYPlease indicate the correct answer for each question. Each
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
INTERACTION PLOT IN EXCEL:First you need to calculate your group means and standard errors (SE)for each treatment. So you'll have 4 means and 4 SE's: strain1/food,strain1/nofood, strain2/food, strain2/nofood.Set up a table in Excel that looks like thi
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
INTERACTION PLOT IN EXCEL:First you need to calculate your group means and standard errors (SE)for each treatment. So you'll have 4 means and 4 SE's: strain1/food,strain1/nofood, strain2/food, strain2/nofood.Set up a table in Excel that looks like thi
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
1Cover Page for Independent Project Proposal(Find a digital copy of this on the course web site and fill that out)Names:Aleks Katane Alex LinLab Section: 03, 04_Proposed Topic: Cockroach Mobility Affected by TemperatureMaterials needed: (Also submi
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
1Cover Page for Independent Project Proposal(Find a digital copy of this on the course web site and fill that out)Names:Aleks Katane Alex LinLab Section: 03, 04_Proposed Topic: Cockroach Mobility Affected by TemperatureMaterials needed: (Also submi
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Introduction:In this lab, compound action potentials were recorded from the large ventralcentral nerve cord in cockroaches in response to sensory stimulation. This sensorystimulation was created by directing puffs of air onto sensory cerci located on t
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
1) DeviationsTo find the maximum load to avoid failure, we took the average dimensions of the beamsto calculate it.4) POISSONSThe aluminum bar had two strain gauges located at the same distance away from thebase. One is placed laterally and the other
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Sensation and Perception: Electric FishAlex Lin Oct 15, 2009NOTE TO EDITOR: Im not sure if the procedure part is correct. I gave directions for replicatingthe lab completely, not summarized. If I should just summarize, Ill just redo it by Thursday.Int
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Sensation and Perception: Electric FishAlex Lin Oct 15, 2009NOTE TO EDITOR: Im not sure if the procedure part is correct. I gave directions forreplicating the lab completely, not summarized. If I should just summarize, Ill just redo itby Thursday.Int
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Sensation and Perception: Electric FishExploring Jamming Avoidance Response andJust Noticeable Difference in EigenmanniaAlex Lin Oct 15, 2009NOTE TO EDITOR: Im not sure if the procedure part is correct. I gave directions forreplicating the lab complet
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Predation Threat and Food Density Trade-Off Found in Food Foraging of SciuriusCarolinensisMolly ShepherdIntroductionThroughout the natural world, there are instances where animals have to make adecision. These decisions could include where and when t
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
Predation Threat and Food Density Trade-Off Found in Food Foraging of SciuriusCarolinensisMolly ShepherdIntroductionThroughout the natural world, there are instances where animals have to make adecision. These decisions could include where and when t
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
BIOLOGY 1009 Section001 (General Biology)Fall, 2009Lectures:Instructor:T/Th, 6:00-7:15 p.m., 3-120 Molecular and Cellular Biology, (MCB)Dr. James Fuchs, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology &amp; Biophysics7-116 MCB Bldg.Email: fuchs001@umn.ed
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
BIOLOGY 1009 Section001 (General Biology)Fall, 2009Lectures:Instructor:T/Th, 6:00-7:15 p.m., 3-120 Molecular and Cellular Biology, (MCB)Dr. James Fuchs, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology &amp; Biophysics7-116 MCB Bldg.Email: fuchs001@umn.ed
University of Minnesota Crookston - PHY - 2218
BIOLOGY 1009 Section001 (General Biology)Fall, 2009Lectures:Instructor:T/Th, 6:00-7:15 p.m., 3-120 Molecular and Cellular Biology, (MCB)Dr. James Fuchs, Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology &amp; Biophysics7-116 MCB Bldg.Email: fuchs001@umn.ed
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
Chapter 8Messaging and MediaStrategiesWhy Promotion Needs CreativityHow we recognize and define creativityin marketing rests on our understandingof the achievements of acknowledgedcreative geniuses from the worlds of art,literature, music, science
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
Role of Sales PromotionSales promotions use incentives tomotivate action byconsumersmembers of the trade channelbusiness buyersSales promotions serve differentpurposes than mass-mediaadvertising does, and manycompanies spend more on salesRole o
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
Chapter 15Measuring theEffectiveness ofBrand PromotionsIssues in Measuring EffectivenessFirst among the issues to consider when exploring the measurementof promotions effectiveness is the scope of promotion research.Marketers must determine whether
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
Chapter 5Understanding BuyerBehavior and theCommunicationProcessConsumers as Decision MakersExhibit 5.1 Consumer Decision MakingConsumers as Decision Makers, ContinuedMarketers need a keen understanding of their consumers as a basis foreffective
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
Chapter 4Understanding theMarketing Environment:Segmentation, Targeting, andPositioningSTP MarketingSTP marketing is the process of Segmenting, Targeting, andPositioning. Marketers pursue this set of activities to formulatemarketing strategies for
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
Chapter 9The InternetThe Internets Role in BrandPromotionThe Internet will be important but is unlikely to replace other forms ofbrand promotion or even to become the main method ofcommunicating with target audiences.Internet technologies and oppor
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
1-1Chapter 1The World of IntegratedMarketing Communication1-3Promotion via Integrated MarketingCommunicationPromotion The communications process in marketing that is used to createa favorable predisposition toward a brand of product or service.Pr
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Chapter 7The InternationalMarket Environmentfor Brand PromotionCommunicating across CulturesAll of us wear cultural blinders, sowe must overcome substantialbarriers in trying to communicatewith people from other countries.This is a major problem
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Chapter 6The Regulatory andEthical Environmentof PromotionsSocial Impact of Brand PromotionOn the positive side, promotional efforts are said to:benefit society by increasing the standard of living through loweredproduct costs (by stimulating deman
University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign - ADV - 300
Chapter 10Direct MarketingDirect Marketing TodayDirect marketing has its roots in catalog companies such asL.L.Bean.Many types of organizations are increasing their expenditureson direct marketing. These expenditures serve three primarypurposes:Cl
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Chapter 13Public Relations,Influencer Marketing,Social Media, andCorporate AdvertisingPublic RelationsPublic relations focuses on communications that canfoster goodwill between a firm and constituent groupssuch as:CustomersStockholdersEmployees