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  • 1 Page UNITS
    UNITS

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    UNITS: Time cgs SI BE/USC s s s Mass g Kg slug Force dyne newton, N pound, lb Distance cm m foot, ft Velocity cm/s m/s ft/s Acceleration Energy cm/s2 m/s2 ft/s2 erg joule, J ft.lb cgs- centimeter, gram, second; SI-International System; BE/USC- Briti

  • 1 Page Equations for Projectile Motion
    Equations For Projectile Motion

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Equations for Projectile Motion In the X-direction In the Y direction

  • 6 Pages kin1
    Kin1

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-/W3C/DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional/EN"> <!- saved from url=(0049)http:/140.247.57.206/Showcoll.taf?CollId=4603946 -> <HTML><HEAD><TITLE>Kinematics</TITLE> <META http-equiv=Content-Type content="text/html; charset=windows-1252"> <S

  • 2 Pages Energy
    Energy

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Course:_ Name:_ Purpose: To investigate what happens to the energy of a cart as it slides down an inclined air-track. Apparatus: Air-track, cart, electronic balance, metal can, photogate sensor, meter stick, lab stand, Pasco 750-interface, and PC. Th

  • 1 Page sgt1
    Sgt1

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211 MWF 9-9:50 F08 Study Guide for Test #1 Chapters 1, 2, 3, & 4. Test will consist of multiple choice questions, regular questions, derivations, and problems. 1. Units, Unit standards, and unit conversions. (Conversion factors will be provi

  • 1 Page sgf
    Sgf

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211 MWF 9-9:50 F08 Study Guide For Final Format will be similar to Tests #1, #2, and #3; consists of multiple choice questions, regular questions, derivations, and problems. A. Materials from Test #1, #2, #3: Go over these tests. B. The equat

  • 6 Pages Oscillations
    Oscillations

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter-15 Oscillations The study and control of oscillations are two of the primary goals of both physics and engineering. The large ball seen in this photograph hangs on the 92nd floor of one of the world's tallest buildings. How can the ball cou

  • 1 Page Equations Sheet
    Equations Sheet

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211 Equations Sheet Translational Motion LINEAR Rotational Motion ANGULAR t Time Position Velocity Acceleration Kinematic Equations t x ( x = r ) (v = r ) (at = r ) v= dx dt dv a= dt = d dt d = dt ( ar = 2 r ) v = v0 + at v2 = v02

  • 4 Pages Chapter6a
    Chapter6a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chap-6: Friction Frictional forces are unavoidable in our daily lives. Pros and cons of friction. Magnitude of the maximum static frictional force is given by: f s ,max = s FN Magnitude of the kinetic frictional force is given by: f k = k FN Sa

  • 1 Page Chapter4a
    Chapter4a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211 Name:_ Q1, Page 76: Figure 4-24 shows thes initial position i and the final position f of a particle. What are the (a) initial position vector and (b) final position vector , both in unit-vector notation? (c) What is the x component of dis

  • 6 Pages Chapter3a VER2
    Chapter3a VER2

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter-3 Vectors How does the ant know the way home with no guiding clues on the desert plain? Chapter 3 Vectors In physics we have parameters that can be completely described by a number and are known as scalars. Temperature and mass are such par

  • 6 Pages Chapter17
    Chapter17

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chap-17 Waves-I I Point S r epr esent s a t iny sound sour ce, called a poi nt sour ce, t hat emit s sound waves in all dir ect ions. Sound Waves ar e longit udinal mechanical waves t hat can t r avel t hr ough solids, liquids, or gases. Wavefr o

  • 2 Pages Chapter13b
    Chapter13b

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Gravitation Inside Earth A uniform shell of matter exerts no net gravitational force on a particle located inside it. This means that the sum of the force vectors on the particle from all the elements is zero. Uniform Earth Real (nonuniform) Earth

  • 6 Pages Chapter11c
    Chapter11c

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    11.7 Angular M oment um Figure shows a particle of mass m with linear momentum as it passes through point A in an xy plane. The angular momentum, of this particle with respect to the origin O is a vector quantity defined as: The direction of the ang

  • 4 Pages Chapter11b
    Chapter11b

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    11-4 The forces of rolling Friction and Rolling When an object rolls with constant speed (see top figure) it has no tendency to slide at the contact point P and thus no frictional force acts there. If a net force acts on the r rolling body it results

  • 4 Pages Chapter10b
    Chapter10b

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    10-6 Kinetic Energy of Rotation K= I2 Ifarigidbodyconsistsofafewparticles,wecancalculateitsrotationalinertiaaboutagiven rotationaxiswiththefollowingequation: 10-7 Calculating the Rotational Inertia I = mi ri 2 Ifarigidbodyconsistsofagreatmanyadja

  • 2 Pages Chapter 12 HWK
    Chapter 12 HWK

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter Homework: Q1. Figure 1215 shows four overhead views of rotating uniform disks that are sliding across a 12 frictionless floor. Three forces, of magnitude F, 2F, or 3F, act on each disk, either at the rim, at the center, or halfway betwe

  • 2 Pages Activity for 8b
    Activity For 8b

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    U = -W PHYS 211 Problems from Chapter 8 Change in potential energy, U is defined as being equal to the negative of the work done, W on the object by the force. 38. The potential energy of a diatomic molecule (a twoatom system like H2 or O2) is giv

  • 5 Pages 211Speed of sound
    211Speed Of Sound

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Speed of Sound in Air Name:_ Partner(s):_ Course: _ Time:_ Purpose: Determine the speed of sound in air using different methods. A. Temperature Method Apparatus: PC with interface and temperature sensor. Theory: Speed of sound in air (in m/s) at te

  • 1 Page 211PreLab on Speed of Sound
    211PreLab On Speed Of Sound

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211L Pre-lab on Sound Waves Name:_ Read sections 17-1 through 17-3, (p446-447) in your text (HRW) and answer the following questions. 1. Distinguish transverse waves from longitudinal waves. 2. What are sound waves? 3. Distinguish wavefronts f

  • 2 Pages Chapter12a
    Chapter12a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter12: Equilibrium Consider these four objects: (1) a book resting on a table, (2) a hockey puck sliding with constant velocity across a frictionless surface, (3) the rotating blades of a ceiling fan, and (4) the wheel of a bicycle that is travel

  • 4 Pages Chapter10a
    Chapter10a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter10:Rotation TheRotationalVariables Angular Position, Angular Displacement, Anangulardisplacementinthecounterclockwise directionispositive,andoneintheclockwise directionisnegative. AngularVelocityand Acceleration AverageAngular Velocity: (In

  • 4 Pages Chapter7a
    Chapter7a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter 7 Kinetic Energy and Work In this chapter we will introduce the following concepts: Kinetic energy of a moving object Work done by a force Power In addition, we will develop the work-kinetic energy theorem and apply it to solve a variety of

  • 4 Pages Chapter11a
    Chapter11a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter 11 Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum In this chapter we will cover the following topics: Rolling of circular objects and its relationship with friction.

  • 6 Pages Chapter6b
    Chapter6b

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Uniform Circular Motion For derivation, go to Page 71, Text. Centripetal Force A centripetal force accelerates a body by changing the direction of the body's velocity without changing the body's speed. Circular motions require Centripetal forces. E

  • 6 Pages Chapter3a
    Chapter3a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter-3 Vectors Vectors and Scalars: Physics deals with many physical quantities, which are divided into scalars and vectors. A scalar quantity is one that can be described by a single number (including any units) giving its size or magnitude. Exam

  • 3 Pages Chapter13a
    Chapter13a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter 13 Gravitation In this chapter we will explore the following topics: -Newton's law of gravitation, which describes the attractive force between two point masses and its application to extended objects. Earth, above it -The acceleration of

  • 6 Pages Chapter1a
    Chapter1a

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211 Mathematical Formulas How to study physics? 1. Read the text. A curious puzzling situation opens each chapter, to entice reading. Every chapter starts with the question, "What is physics?" As you read through the chapter, practice physics b

  • 5 Pages Chapter3b
    Chapter3b

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    3.5 Unit Vectors A unit vector is a vector that has a magnitude of exactly 1 and points in a particular direction. Unit vectors in a right-handed coordinate system are shown below. Sample Problem 3-3 For two decades, spelunking teams sought a con

  • 4 Pages Chapter16
    Chapter16

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Chapter 16. Waves I Waves are of three main types: 1. Mechanical waves. We encounter these almost constantly; common examples include water waves, sound waves, and seismic waves. All these waves have two central features: They are governed by Ne

  • 1 Page sgt2
    Sgt2

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211 MWF 9-9:50 F08 Study Guide for Test #2 Chapters 5,6,7, & 8 Format will be similar to Test #1, consist of multiple choice questions, regular questions, derivations, and problems. A. You should know the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Newt

  • 3 Pages Chapter2b
    Chapter2b

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    2.6 Acceleration When a particle's velocity changes, the particle is said to undergo acceleration. Average acceleration is defined as the change in velocity over change in time. The instantaneous acceleration (or simply acceleration) is defined as

  • 1 Page eqforuifa
    Eqforuifa

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    Equations for Unformly Accelerated motion in 1D 1 x-x0 = x = vavg t +v 2 vavg = v02 +v 3 x-x0 = x = v02 t 4 v=v0 + at 5 vavg = v0 + 1 at 2 5 x-x0 = v0 t + 1 at2 2 6 x-x0 = vt 1 at2 2 v2 v2 7 x-x0 = 2a 0 1 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 For free Fall, x! y; a =! t m

  • 1 Page PHYS 211 Equations Sheet
    PHYS 211 Equations Sheet

    School: Winthrop

    Course: Physics With Calculus

    PHYS 211 Equations Sheet Time Position Velocity Acceleration Kinematic Equations Translational Motion LINEAR t x dx dt dv a= dt v = v0 + at v= Rotational Motion ANGULAR t ( x = r ) (v = r ) (at = r ) d dt d = dt = 0 + t = ( ar = 2 r ) v2 =

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