# Register now to access 7 million high quality study materials (What's Course Hero?) Course Hero is the premier provider of high quality online educational resources. With millions of study documents, online tutors, digital flashcards and free courseware, Course Hero is helping students learn more efficiently and effectively. Whether you're interested in exploring new subjects or mastering key topics for your next exam, Course Hero has the tools you need to achieve your goals.

16 Pages

### Phys 114 HW 3 and 4

Course: PHYS 142, Spring 2012
School: Washington
Rating:

Word Count: 2308

#### Document Preview

pointsAll 1.2/2 Submissions NotesQuestion: Walker4 4.P.004. Starting from rest, a car accelerates at 1.8 m/s up a hill that is inclined 5.5 above the horizontal. How far horizontally and vertically has the car traveled in 11 s? horizontally vertically 108 10.4 m m 2 2.2/2 pointsAll Submissions NotesQuestion: Walker4 4.P.015. Playing shortstop, you pick up a ground ball and throw it to second base. The...

Register Now

#### Unformatted Document Excerpt

Coursehero >> Washington >> Washington >> PHYS 142

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one
below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.

Course Hero has millions of student submitted documents similar to the one below including study guides, practice problems, reference materials, practice exams, textbook help and tutor support.
Find millions of documents on Course Hero - Study Guides, Lecture Notes, Reference Materials, Practice Exams and more. Course Hero has millions of course specific materials providing students with the best way to expand their education.

Below is a small sample set of documents:

Washington - PHYS - 142
1.1/1 pointsAll Submissions NotesQuestion: Walker4 9.P.001.A 1050 kg car drives along a city street at 27.0 miles per hour, and a baseball has a mass of 0.142 kg. What speed must the baseball have if its momentum is to be equal in magnitude to that of th
Washington - PHYS - 142
1.2/2 pointsAll Submissions NotesQuestion: Walker4 4.P.004.Starting from rest, a car accelerates at 1.8 m/s up a hill that is inclined 5.5 above the horizontal. How far horizontally and vertically has the car traveled in 11 s? horizontally vertically 108
UC Davis - FST - 10
Hunters &amp; Gathers!Kennewick69,500 years ago20,000-15,000years agoSpirit Cave9,500-9,400years agoYana RiverNORTHAMERICA30,000 years agoClovis13,500years ago40,000years agoMeadowcroft519,000-12,000years agoZhoukoudian(Shandingdong)11
UC Davis - FST - 10
Sensory Science&amp;The Perception of Foodhttp:/www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1626519_1373764,00.html1Sensory ScienceSensory Quality FactorsWhat is it? Appearance Flavor Texture2Ancient Chinese Food ScienceSensory Attributes of Foods Ap
UC Davis - FST - 10
common sensesFlavors, aromas, and chemical signals released from animals can make the mouth water, evoke vivid memories, and perhaps even signal stress or fertility. How does the brain sort it all out?Salt! &amp;! Sugar&quot;1Salt &quot; Table Salt Sodium Chloride
UC Davis - FST - 10
Fire &amp; Cooking Plant FoodsPart One&quot;Fertile Crescent&quot;Seeds as Foods Seeds are the plant's embryonic material with food for its initial growth period. The cultivation and use of seeds for food 10,000 years ago, formed the basis for the beginning of Agri
UC Davis - FST - 10
DEFINITIONS HISTORY OF SOME FRUITS AND VEGETABLES SENSORY ATRIBUTES COMPOSITION NUTRITIVE VALUE RIPENING STORAGE AND PRESERVATIONAnimals &amp; fungi are heterotrophic: (&quot;other&quot;- nourished) Plants are autotrophic: SELF-NOURISHEDPHOTOSYNTHESIS Plants have ch
UC Davis - FST - 10
Mid-term 1 Tuesday, January 31th The class will be divided into twogroups by last name. Each group should come at the times given below: 9:00AM Group 1 last name beginningThe exam will be 50 questions (true/false and multiple choice). Enter by rear d
UC Davis - FST - 10
Caffeine &amp; Beverages: ! Tea ! Coffee ! soft drinksCaffeineCaffeine is a bitter, white crystalline xanthine alkaloid that acts as a stimulant drug. Caffeine is found in varying quantities in the seeds, leaves, and fruit of some plants, where it acts as
UC Davis - FST - 10
Animal &amp; Plant Fats &amp; Oils aka LipidsCommon food lipidsTriglycerides (fats &amp; oils) ! Working definition:! Organic compounds (CHO) that do not mix with Water! ! We will use the term lipids mostly !Fat soluble vitamins: A, D, E, K! Cholesterol! Some pl
UC Davis - FST - 10
Proteins, Amino Acids &amp; Us Water accounts for 60-70% of our body weight, followed by amino acids (proteins) with 20%. Thus, a person weighing 50 kg consists of about 10 kg of proteins, which make up important tissues of the body such as muscles, gastroin
UC Davis - FST - 10
Milk BackgroundMilk is a nutritive beverage obtained from various animals and consumed by humans. Most milk is obtained from dairy cows, although milk from goats, sheep, water buffalo, and reindeer is also used in various parts of the world. In the Unite
UC Davis - FST - 10
Food Safety I Introduction and InfectionsFoodborne Hazards Biological Microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, parasites), plants, animals Chemical Allergens Sanitizers, additives, chemicals Physical Rocks, wood, plastics, metal, glass1Food borne Outbr
UC Davis - FST - 10
Immuno-compromised ? Food Safety II Intoxications Immune system is not functioning normally Examples Elderly Transplant patients Cancer patients AIDS patients Pregnant womenShifting Demographics Our population demographics are changing. Shifting demog
UC Davis - FST - 10
How to prevent microbial growth.next to ^High Temperature Low Temperature Remove Moisture Control H2O availability pH Control Oxygenthermal death low (refrigeration) or very low (frozen) dry - dehydration add sugar or salts add acid - lower pH add or r
UC Davis - FST - 10
The Formation of USDAThe government and foodlaws, regulations &amp; biotechnologyFOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONShelping to build a world without hungerThe United States had a largely agrarian economy early in its history. In 1862,
UC Davis - FST - 10
Fermented Foods &amp; Beverages FermentationFermentation is the &quot;slow decomposition process of organic substances induced by micro-organisms, or by enzymes of plant or animal origin&quot; . It can be described as a biochemical change, which is brought about by
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Introduction to highway engineering and traffic analysisOverview of Transportation Systems and the Role of a Transportation EngineerTransportationTransportation is a large system that crosses What is the estimated \$ value for the nation's transportati
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Vehicle Dynamics:Basic Principles of Road Vehicle Interaction and PerformanceWhy we learn this?Safety Highway design (sight distance, stopping distance, lane widths, vertical/horizontal curves, grades, speed limits) Traffic analysis (flow capacity, del
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Vehicle Dynamics: Braking PrincipleCritical in the determination of stopping sight distance, roadway surface design, and accident avoidance systemsOutlinePrinciples of BrakingBraking Forces and Distribution Antilock Braking SystemsBraking distancesS
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Geometric Design:Introduction + Vertical Curve DesignHighway geometric design specifies details of component elements for safe and efficient operations and environmental aestheticsGeometric Design of HighwaysECI 161 Winter 20122Source: http:/www.tfh
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Example 1Due to crashes at a railroad crossing, an overpass (with a roadway surface 24 ft above the existing road) is to be constructed on an existing level highway. The existing highway has a design speed of 50 mph. The overpass structure is to be level
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Geometric Design: Horizontal AlignmentSpecifying the directional transition of the roadway in a horizontal plane considering the cornering capabilities of a variety of vehicles.OutlineHorizontal AlignmentConcepts Vehicle Cornering Horizontal Curve Des
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Traffic Flow Theory: History and ModelsTheoretical description of the characteristics of vehicle movements on roadwaysNeed for traffic flow modelsTraffic-flow theories, seek to describe in a precise mathematical way, the interactions among vehicles, dr
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Queuing Theory and Flow AnalysisThe formation of traffic queues during congested periods is a source of considerable time delay and results in a loss of highway performance.OutlineTraffic Flow ModelsArrival/departure Patterns Poisson ModelQueuing The
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Highway Capacity and LOS: Concept and Analysis ProcedureHighway capacity and Level of Service (LOS) analyses provide quantitative measurements for roadway performance.Important ConceptsHighway Capacity Level of Service (LOS) Design traffic volumeWhat
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Multilane Freeway -Capacity and LOSECI 161 Winter 2012Procedure for Determining LOS for Multilane Freeways and Highways Base conditions and Capacity Determine free flow speed Determine analysis flow rateECI 161 Winter 2012Determine Density and LOSFre
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Multilane Highway -Capacity and LOSMultilane highway LOS analysis closely mirrors the procedure for freeways. The main differences lie in some of the adjustment factors and their values.OutlineMultilane Highway LOSComparison with Freeway LOS Analysis
UCF - CGS - 3269
Crystal Jenkins 2965288 1. Why should a web server not run as a single-threaded process? A web server should not run as a single-threaded process because web servers may have a lot of clients that maybe simultaneously accessing it. If a web server were to
UCF - CGS - 3269
Crystal Jenkins 2965288 1. Why should a web server not run as a single-threaded process? A web server should not run as a single-threaded process because web servers may have a lot of clients that maybe simultaneously accessing it. If a web server were to
UC Davis - ECI - 161
DESIGN TRAFFIC VOLUMES How to select a design-hourly volume? Problem: Variability in traffic volumes by time of day, day of week, time of year, and type of roadway.Examples of hourly variationIn t r a c it y R o u t e1 0 .0 8 .0 6 .0 4 .0Percent of
UCF - CGS - 3269
Crystal Jenkins There are many types of CPU's, which include single and multi-core. A single-core processor has only one core, so it can only start one operation at a time. In some situations, it can start a new operation before the previous one is comple
UCF - CGS - 3269
Monday 7/2, Back half of Chapter 5 and all of chapter 6, Multiple Choice, T/F questions, Don't forget pink scantron! 20 from 5, 20 from 6, 10 from lecture (Nick is making the test), Chapter 5 Chapter 5 Test Bank 1. Which of the following is true of cooper
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Intersection Control and Signalization: Concept and AnalysisControl conflicting traffic and pedestrian movements at grade crossingsOutlineTypes of Intersections and ControlsSignal Control IntroductionECI 161 Winter 12TYPES OF CONTROL No control (e.
UCF - CGS - 3269
CGS 3763 Homework #3 1. Why should a web server not run as a single-threaded process? 2. List the four major categories of the benefits of multithreaded programming. Briefly explain each. 3. What are the two different ways in which a thread library could
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Intersection Control and Signalization: Concept and AnalysisControl conflicting traffic and pedestrian movements at grade crossingsSignalized Intersection AnalysisTwo approaches:Deterministic arrivals (Use D/D/1) Probabilistic arrivals (Use empirical
UCF - CGS - 3269
Background: you are the IT professional at we taken Inn Law Firm. The Partners want you to submit to them a proposal for a in-house network. Provide a low-end, high-end and an in-themiddle solution,. Justify your choices in hardware and software. Focus on
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Signalized Intersections: Timing &amp; AnalysisSignalized intersections serve as the major routing nodes of a roadway network. Optimized signal timing improves the efficiency of intersection traffic operations.Popular Traffic DetectorsAcoustic GPS (trackin
UCF - CGS - 3269
ORG 100 LOAD data STORE x step, CLEAR ADDI x OUTPUT LOAD x ADD one STORE x SUBT last SKIPCOND 000 halt JUMP step data, HEX 110 one, DEC 1 x, DEC 0 last, HEX 13D crysArray, DEC 67 DEC 114 DEC 121 DEC 115 DEC 116 DEC 97 DEC 108 DEC 32 DEC 74 DEC 101 DEC 110
UCF - CGS - 3269
Crystal Jenkins2965288 CGS 3269 Computer Architecture Concepts Assignment #41. Suppose a computer using direct mapped cache has 220 bytes of byte-addressable main memory, and a cache of 32 blocks, where each cache block contains 16 bytes. a. How many bl
UC Davis - ECI - 161
Travel Demand and Traffic ForecastingECI 161 Winter 2012BackgroundTo date, we learned to solve the following two types of traffic problemsGiven traffic demand, analyze the transportation system performance for a given system configuration Given traffi
UCF - CGS - 3269
Crystal Jenkins2965288CGS 3269 Computer Architecture Concepts Assignment #31. How many bits would you need to address a 2M x 32 memory if a. The memory is byteaddressable?You would need 23 bits to address each byte in a byte-addressableb. The memory
UCF - CGS - 3269
Crystal Jenkins PID: 29652881. Construct a truth table for the following: a. xyz + x(yz)' + (xyz)' b. (x + y)(x + z)(x' + z)a. X 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 b. X 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1Y 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1Z 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1XYZ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1(YZ) 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1(YZ)' 1 1
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 1(Ch. 5, p. 22-26 read selectively) California is divided into several geomorphic provinces based on their distinct geology and landscapes. &quot;geomorphology&quot; just refers to the characteristic landscape of an area which is a function of
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 2PLATE TECTONICS &amp; THE CASCADES Plate Tectonics(Ch. 1, 5 in Harden)The global pattern of earthquake locations and volcano distribution exhibits linear trends, with earthquakes and volcanoes commonly located along the edges of conti
UCF - CGS - 3269
CGS 3269, Computer Architecture Concepts , Final Exam 1. Suppose a computer using direct mapped cache has 220 bytes of byte-addressable main memory, and a cache of 32 blocks, where each cache block contains 16 bytes. a. How many blocks of main memory are
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 3 - DEEP TIME(Ch. 3 in Harden - read selectively!)Geologic Time (aka &quot;Deep Time&quot;)Key events in the history of Earth . . . . you don't need to memorize the following information. You only need to memorize a few key dates and time pe
UCF - CGS - 3269
CGS 3269 Computer Architecture Concepts Summer 2011 Assignment #2 Due: 06/29/11 at 11:59 PMHomework submitting instructions:(i) Late submission: If an assignment is less than 24 hours late, a 10% penalty will be assessed. If an assignment is in between
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 4 - BASIN &amp; RANGE: Part 1 - Old Rocks, Young Faults, Building Mountains(Ch. 7 &amp; 1 in Harden - read selectively!)I urge you to print off all the notes and images in Resources and start reading them in concert with the text. The midte
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 5A - BASIN &amp; RANGE: Part 2 California During the Paleozoic(Ch. 7, 1 &amp; p.483-490 in Harden - read selectively!)Interpreting the early geologic history of California from rocks in the Basin and Range Province (p. 487-490 in textbook)
UCF - CGS - 3269
CGS 3269 Computer Architecture Concepts Summer 2011 Solution for Assignment #31. How many bits would you need to address a 2M x 32 memory if a. The memory is byte-addressable? There are 2M 4 bytes which equals 2 2^20 2^2 = 2^23 total bytes, so 23 bits ar
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 5B - BASIN &amp; RANGE: Part 2 The Birth of Oceans and a Model for the Origin of the Paleozoic Passive Margin and the Modern Basin &amp; Range Rift(Ch. 7, 1 &amp; p.483-490 in Harden - read selectively!)You were introduced to plate tectonics ba
UCF - CGS - 3269
CGS 3269 Computer Architecture Concepts Summer 2011 Solution for Assignment #2 &quot; ' &quot; means NOT, when it is in this form:(yz)' it means that the not operator applies to everything in the parentheses(meaning you have a bar on top of the whole content in the
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 6 - Sierra Nevada Granite, Metamorphism, Subduction, &amp; Accreted Terranes(Ch. 8, 2, 18 - read selectively!)Topography and Structure of the Modern Sierra NevadaThe highest peak in the Sierra, Mt. Whitney, is 14,495' high and is the h
UCF - CGS - 3269
CGS 3269 Computer Architecture Concepts Solution for Assignment 11) Compute a) How many milliseconds (ms) are in 1 second? b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j)1/10-3 = 1000 milliseconds How many microseconds (s) are in 1 second? 1/ 10 -6 = 1,000,000 microseconds
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 7 - Sierra Nevada Gold, Glaciers, Ice Ages &amp; the Sierran Landscape Gold in the Foothills of the Sierra Nevada(Ch. 8)What is the significance of the Western Metamorphic Belt? Who cares? Along with all of the oceanic rocks that were a
UC Davis - GEL - 20
GEOLOGY 20 - LECTURE 8 - Great Valley - from deep marine basin to flat river floodplain (Ch. 11) Modern water flow in the Great ValleyThe Great Valley (aka Central Valley) is a huge `bathtub' that rests between the Sierra and the Coast Ranges. The Cascad
UCF - STA - 2023
STA 2023 Statistics Larson and Farber 4th edition AssignmentsSection 1.1 1.2 1.3 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 4.1 4.2 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 6.1 6.2 6.3 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 9.1 9.2 9.3 10.1 Book Homework Problems 1-10all, 21-37odd, 40, 41(39-43 optional) 1,
UC Davis - NUT - 10
11/30/11 Protein Carbohydrate FatVitamins Minerals Water1 11/30/11 Stomach, small intestineABSORPTIONSmall intestine Define digestion: _2 11/30/11 3 11/30/11 (Most dietary carbohydrates come from plants)4 11/30/11 5 11/30/11 6 11/30/11
UCF - STA - 2023
Crystal Jenkins STA 2023 TR 10:00am Uses and Abuses pg 541 1. Confusing Correlation and Causation Find an example of an article in a newspaper or magazine that confuses correlation and causation. Discuss other variables that could contribute to the relati
UC Davis - NUT - 10
NUTRITION 10Midterm #1 Review NotesOutline1. Some basics 2. Digestion/ Absorption 3. RDA 4. Energy in Foods &amp; Energy Requirements 5. Proteins 6. CHO 7. FiberNutrientSubstance obtained from food that is used by the body to promote growth, maintenance