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School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 7a "Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from and indomitable will." Mahatma Gandhi 1/9 Center of mass s CM 2nd Law Momentum Question Example Up until now, we have had to deal with simple objects (balls, part

L09c
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 9c "Logic takes you from A to B. Imagination takes you anywhere." Albert Einstein 1/6 Angular Momentum s Angular Momentum Question Examples Question We are aware of linear momentum. There is a rotational equivalent called angul

L07b
School: Ohio State
Physics 131 Lecture 9b "If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere." Frank A. Clark 1/9 Impulse s Impulse Question Collisions Question Elastic Collisions Example When applying a force to an object to change its mot

L09a
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 9a "There is nothing like returning to a place that remains unchanged to find the ways in which you yourself have altered." Nelson Mandela 1/7 Torque s Torque Question Equilibrium Question When applying a force to a rotating ob

L08
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 8 "The pursuit of perfection often impedes improvement." George F. Will 1 / 13 Angle s Angle "Units" of angles Rotational variables Question Example Relating variables Example Question Many things (e.g., doors that are being op

L02c
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 2c "I know that this defies the law of gravity, but, you see, I never studied law." Bugs Bunny 1/8 Free Fall Free Fall Equations Example Question Question Example s Objects moving under the influence of only gravity are said t

L05a
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 5a "Fig Newton: The force required to accelerate a fig 39.37 inches per second." J. Hart 1/8 Uniform Circular Motion Circular Motion Planets Question Banked curves Vertical Circular Motion Question s When a particle moves in a

Prep2
School: Ohio State
Prep for Midterm II Physics 111 1. In a RotorRide at a carnival, riders are pressed against the inside wall of a vertical cylinder 2.00 m in radius rotating 1.10 revolutions per second when the floor drops out. (a) What is the speed of a rider in m

L02b
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 2b "Your education is ultimately the flavor left over after the facts, formulas and diagrams have been forgotten." Paul G. Hewitt 1/8 Constant acceleration Constant a Kinematics Question Examples Practice problems s s Kinemati

Key_PHYS111_Midterm0130_Mark_Corrected_SP07_50207
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MIDTERM Page 1 of 5 NAME_KEY_RECITATION INST_ KEY _ GRADE_ KEY _ Physics 111 Professor Epstein 48 minutes 1:30 section SP07 May 2, 2007 Midterm Equations Motion with Constant Acceleration 1 2 x x v t a t 0 0 2 (v0 v) x t 2 v v0 at v2 v02 2a(x x

Key_PHYS111_Midterm0230_Mark_Corrected_SP07_50207
School: Ohio State
MIDTERM Page 1 of 5 NAME_KEY_RECITATION INST_ KEY _ GRADE_ KEY _ Physics 111 Professor Epstein 48 minutes 2:30 section SP07 May 2, 2007 Midterm Equations Motion with Constant Acceleration 1 2 x x v t a t 0 0 2 (v0 v) x t 2 v v0 at v2 v02 2a(x x0

L09b
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 9b "People are just about as happy as they make up their mind to be." Abraham Lincoln 1 / 10 Moment of Inertia s Moment of Inertia Question Newton's Laws for rotation Rotational Kinetic energy Rotational Work Question Example S

Prep1
School: Ohio State
Prep for Midterm I Physics 111 1. Beginning at the point labeled O, Olivia runs at a constant velocity, reaching point 1 in 10.0 s. She then jogs at a different constant velocity, reaching point 2 in an additional 10.0 s. The grid consists of square

L05b
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 5b: The apple and the moonNewton's law of universal gravitation "One had to be a Newton to notice that the moon is falling, when everyone sees that it doesn't fall." Paul Valery 1 / 17 Outline of the class Outline History Kepl

L03a
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 3a "Any intelligent fool can make things bigger, more complex, and more violent. It takes a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction." Albert Einstein 1 / 10 2D Variables s 2D Variables Questions Relative velocity Relati

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School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 6 "Energy is eternal delight." William Blake 1 / 17 Energy s Energy Work Question Kinetic energy Question Example Potential Energy Conservative forces Mechanical energy Question Example Nonconservative Example Power The problem

L02d
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 2d "Mathematics is the door and the key to the sciences." Roger Bacon 1 / 11 Coordinate system Coordinate system Vectors Subtraction Question Components Components s A coordinate system consists of a fixed reference point (the

L02a
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 2a "You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can't possibly live long enough to make them all yourself." Sam Levenson 1 / 11 Motion Motion Displacement Speed velocity Acceleration Question Practice problems s s s s Thin

L01
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 1 "You don't really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother" Albert Einstein 1 / 18 Introduction Intro Format Question Advise Math Dimensions and units Unit Conversions Dimensional Analysis Significant

L04c
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 4c "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." Mohandas Gandhi 1/4 Equilibrium Equilibrium Question Example s An object either at rest or moving with a constant velocity

L03b
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 3b "If GM had kept up with technology like the computer industry has, we would all be driving $25 cars that got 1000 MPG." Bill Gates 1 / 11 2D Kinematics equations s 2D Kinematics equations Projectile motion Question Velocity T

L04a
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 4a "We live in a Newtonian world of Einsteinian physics ruled by Frankenstein logic." David Russell 1 / 15 Forces Forces First Law Inertia 2nd Law Question Example 2nd Law Question 3rd Question s Kinematics: Description of mot

L04b
School: Ohio State
Physics 111 Lecture 4b "The test of a firstrate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function." F. Scott Fitzgerald 1 / 11 Solving problems using Newton's Laws s Examples St

Chapter_4 Physics Slides
School: Ohio State
Chapter 4 Units of Chapter 4 Force Newtons First Law of Motion Mass Newtons Second Law of Motion Newtons Third Law of Motion Weightthe Force of Gravity FreeBody Diagrams Problem SolvingA General Approach 1 2 Dynamics: Newtons Laws of Motion 41 Force 41