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  • 1 Page Physics Notes 10-10-07
    Physics Notes 10-10-07

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    Physics Notes 10-10-07 -electricity vectors go out from the positive and in to the negative. This is because the test charge is positive. Since the electric field is a vector, the electric field at any point is the vector sum of the field vectors at

  • 10 Pages 101.F07.hw2.solutions
    101.F07.hw2.solutions

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  • 15 Pages 101.F07.lecture1
    101.F07.lecture1

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    Welcome to PHY101: How the "world" works I Paul Chaikin What is physics? It's knowledge of nature. What is nature? It's matter and it's energy. They are indeed related. How does one "piece" of matter interact with another "piece" matter in terms

  • 6 Pages 101.F07.hw1.solutions
    101.F07.hw1.solutions

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  • 6 Pages 101.F07.hw4.solutions
    101.F07.hw4.solutions

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  • 6 Pages 101.F07.lecture3.multi
    101.F07.lecture3.multi

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    PHY101: How the "world" works I Tortoise and the hare: One-dimensional motion http:/www.cartoonstock.com/lowres/pha0147l.jpg Describing an object Displacement Vector The displacement vector is the change of the position vector, or What is the p

  • 5 Pages 101.F07.lecture4.multi
    101.F07.lecture4.multi

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    PHY101: How the "world" works I Fun with cornstarch?! The Professor and Otto: Two-dimensional motion Let's start with a pep talk about solving physics problems. G. R. A. S. P. Given: Write down all the givens Required: Write down the required v

  • 3 Pages 101.F07.lecture5.multi
    101.F07.lecture5.multi

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    PHY101: Is gravity getting you down?: Forces Forces Newton's First Law: An object's velocity does not change if and only if the net force acting on the object is zero Inertia is an object's resistance to changes in its velocity. http:/www.cartoon

  • 3 Pages 101.F07.lecture7.multi
    101.F07.lecture7.multi

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    PHY101: What is energy? What is Energy? Energy is hard to define in the abstract, so we will answer the above question by example Is energy a substance, a quality, a book-keeping device, a system of exchange rates, or.? KEY IDEA: ENERGY IS CONSERVE

  • 17 Pages 101.F07.lecture2
    101.F07.lecture2

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    PHY101: How the "world" works I Sid Nagel he tortoise and the hare: One-dimensional motion Quick review: What is physics? It's knowledge of nature. What is nature? It's matter and it's energy. They are indeed related. How does one "piece" of ma

  • 4 Pages 101.F07.hw3.solutions
    101.F07.hw3.solutions

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  • 2 Pages Physics notes
    Physics Notes

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    Entropy is a measure of disorder at an atomic level that helps us explain some basic observation about the world. - When you stir a cup of coffee, the cream mixes in. This is then irreversible, and you can not separate the cream and coffee again. - Higher

  • 4 Pages Test One
    Test One

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    Michael Bowles Test 1 - Solutions Dr. Ballmer PHY 101 Problem 1.1 If an object, such as arrow, is projected vertically the only thing that will change the motion will be gravity, because we have decided to neglect fristion/air resistance. We know from the

  • 10 Pages 25_Gen_Review
    25_Gen_Review

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    Today Review Mechanics / Energy / Thermodynamics Your questions End

  • 18 Pages P24_Review
    P24_Review

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    Review This Fridays office hours: Usual time: 1400-1600 this Friday (12/9) Room 208 (Physics Bldg) Review and final preparation + Time for your questions This class Review Magnetism Magnetic field The magnets are cut out. Is the shown configuration

  • 30 Pages P21_Magnetism - applications(1)(1)
    P21_Magnetism - Applications(1)(1)

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    Magnetism Exam III Exam III Exam III Magnetism Recall: Unit The magnetic field (B-field) is measured in Tesla 1 T = 1 N/Am. (we will get back to the definition of 1 Tesla) Sometimes used: the gauss (G): 1 G = 10-4 T Recall: Magnetic Field Due to a Lon

  • 26 Pages P23_EMwaves
    P23_EMwaves

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    Electromagnetic waves Recall: Induction Changing magnetic field leads to induced voltage in wire loop. What if there is no wire loop? Induction Voltage = Electric field * distance No wire: Changing magnetic field leads to Electric field in pinwheel p

  • 1 Page 101.F08.hw3
    101.F08.hw3

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    Course: Major Concepts Of Physics I

    1 Physics 101: How the "world" works Fall 2008 Homework 3 Due at the beginning of Lecture on Oct. 1 Chapter 5 Problems (1) 4 (2) 9 (3) 12 (4) 18 (5) 24 (6) 25 (7) 26 Jane is running from the ivory hunters in the jungle. Cheetah throws a 7.0 m long v

  • 20 Pages Lecture6
    Lecture6

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    Course: Major Concepts Of Physics I

    PHY 101 Lecture #6: Simple Harmonic Oscillators Prof. Peter R. Saulson saulson@physics.syr.edu http:/physics.syr.edu/courses/PHY101/ Office Hrs: Tues 10 11:30, Physics 263-4, 3-5994 PHY 101 Lecture #6 Simple Harmonic Oscillators 1 Outline 1. Simple

  • 3 Pages 101.F07.lecture6.multi
    101.F07.lecture6.multi

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    PHY101: Fun w/ forces and work w/ energy Newton's Laws Newton's First Law: An object's velocity does not change if and only if the net force acting on the object is zero; inertia For an object in equilibrium, Fx = 0 and Fy = 0. Newton's Second Law

  • 3 Pages 101.F07.lecture8.multi
    101.F07.lecture8.multi

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    PHY101: The power of conservation laws? Work and kinetic energy Work has a simple relation to the change in kinetic energy: Wtotal = Wcons + Wnc = K, or the work done by all the forces on an object is equal to the change in kinetic energy of the ob

  • 2 Pages Physics Notes 09-12-07
    Physics Notes 09-12-07

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    Physics Notes 9-12-07 Review of Newton's Law's(see notes from 9/10/07) -Gravity is an attractive force between any two "massive" objects -For an object in free fall, one object is the earth and the other is the falling object. -Why do objects of a

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 10-1-07
    Physics Notes 10-1-07

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    Physics Notes 10-1-07 Kinetic energy = (m)(v^2) = m sub 1 * v sub 1 f ^2 + m sub 2 * v sub 2 f ^2

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 09-26-07
    Physics Notes 09-26-07

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    Physics Notes 9-26-07 -Conservation of Momentum -Newton's 3rd law: equal and opposite -Momentum is a vector -Momentum= mass * velocity Force sub 12 is read as Force of object 1 on object 2 -Force sub 21 = - Force sub 12 Force sub 21 *delta t =- For

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 10-3-07
    Physics Notes 10-3-07

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    Physics Notes 10-3-07 -opposite charges attract -charging by induction = no actual contact -It is useful to represent the effect of charges on each otgher with the concept of the electric field. -when u have more than 2 charges u have to apply coul

  • 1 Page Physics notes 10-24-07
    Physics Notes 10-24-07

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    Physics -in a series circuit, the current is the same through all components. -when a resistor is added, if it is identical to the original resistor, the current will be twice as much as it was before. -Total Charge = Voltage Drop *Capacitance Q=V*C

  • 2 Pages Physics Notes 09-24-07
    Physics Notes 09-24-07

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    Physics Notes 9-24-07 W=work= F sub x * delta x Work is a number W (due to gravity) = (9.81 ^2) * Mass W (due to gravity) = (mg)*Delta y W (non conservative forces) = Delta K + Delta U SLIDE 3 What is the velocity given h, theta, and mew sub k? Ma

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 10-17-07
    Physics Notes 10-17-07

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    Physics Notes 10-17-07 -potential problem = -2.7 MV -capacitor needs a power source, battery creates charges -Chapter 7 #60: Use U= 1/2 *C*(delta V ^2) C= (E dot * A) / d C (delta V ^2) = (Q * delta V) Q = delta V * C W= -Delta u = -(u sub f u s

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 10-15-07
    Physics Notes 10-15-07

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    Physics Notes 10-15-07 -for potential energy, if charge 1 is greater than 0 and charge 2 is less than 0, than potential energy is less than 0 attractive force -for potential energy, if charge 1 is greater than 0 and charge 2 is greater than 0, than

  • 4 Pages Physics Notes 09-10-07
    Physics Notes 09-10-07

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    Physics Notes 9-10-07 The Professor and Otto: Two Dimensional Motion G.R.A.S.P. G-Given-Write down all the givens R-Required-Write down the reequired valuables A-Analysis-analyze the problem in terms of the appropriate concepts/equations/diagrams S

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 09-17-07
    Physics Notes 09-17-07

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    Physics Notes 9-17-07 More mass=less acceleration -Newton's first law is needed to establish what is known as an inertial reference frame -3rd law needed for conservation of momentum -Normal Force- a contact force perpendicular from the contact surfa

  • 3 Pages 101.F07.lecture9.multi
    101.F07.lecture9.multi

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    PHY101: The power of conservation laws: Momentum! What is momentum? Start with Newton's third law: F21 = -F12 . Multiplying Newton's third law by t and using Newton's second law gives us F21 t = -F12 t = m2 v2 = -m1 v1 . If we define momentum p = m

  • 4 Pages Physics Notes 9-5-07
    Physics Notes 9-5-07

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    Physics 101: How the "world" works I 8/29/07 Notes for Physics 101 Position -Position tells us where an object is in space -Graphically, first choose a reference point, or origin, and the draw a vector to the center of mass -Vectors have a magnitu

  • 2 Pages Physics Notes 11-12-07.txt
    Physics Notes 11-12-07.txt

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    Consider a metal rod length L moving to the right in a uniform magnetic field which is into the page. What is the average magnetic force on each conduction electron? -Magnetic force is down, because of the right hand rule. Positive pole is at the top

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 10-31-07
    Physics Notes 10-31-07

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    Physics v= velocity of charged particle q= charge of the particle x = cross product Unit of magnetic field strength is Tesle, which is usually denoted as "T" 1 Ns/C m = 1 T If you have an electron, you need to reverse the direction of your thumb, due

  • 2 Pages Physics Notes   11-07-07
    Physics Notes 11-07-07

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    Physics Notes 11-7-07 EXAM 2 = November 14th, 2007 HW 8 DUE MONDAY November 12th, 2007 FB=qv x B The x is the cross symbol, not a multiplication sign B denotes the magnetic field The magnitude of force is qv B sin(theta) The magnetic force on a curr

  • 2 Pages Physics Notes 10-29-07
    Physics Notes 10-29-07

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    Physics Notes 10-29-07 NOTE: Test: November 14th *Chapters 7, 16-19* (Collisions, Circuits, Electric Fields, Magnetism) Power Problem: (2nd Frame of Today's Slideshow) a) P = V2/R R= V2/P R = (120 V)2/9 W R= 1600 Ohms b)V=IR I=V/R I= 120 V / 1600 O

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 10-22-07
    Physics Notes 10-22-07

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    Physics Notes -q= N*e=en *A Delta x = en * A * v sub d * Delta t -I = Delta q /Delta t = en * A * v sub d -V sub d is drift velocity -e is electron charge -an ideal voltmeter should have a resistance of infinity -an ideal ammeter should have a resis

  • 1 Page Physics Notes 09-19-07
    Physics Notes 09-19-07

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    Ball dropping problem: Y sub I = 78 m Y sub f = 0 m ME sub i = mgy sub I + .5(m v sub I) ^2 ME sub f = mgy sub f + >5(mv sub f squared) By conservation of energy ME sub I = ME sub f 1=2 Mgy sub I = .5(mv sub f squared) G * y sub I = .5 v sub f squa

  • 1 Page Physics 10.13.10
    Physics 10.13.10

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    As temperature increases, so does the pressure. A constant volume process appears on a pV diagram as a vertical line. Constant-Pressure Process -In equilibrium, pressure must be the same on both sides of the piston. -An isobaric process appears on a pV di

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