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PHYS 201 - General Physics I - Winthrop Study Resources
  • 24 Pages lecture6.1
    Lecture6.1

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    Chapter6 Work and Energy 6.1. Work Done by a Constant Force 6.1. Work Done by a Constant Force 6.1. Work Done by a Constant Force Work is done when a force F pushes a car through a displacement s. 6.1. Work Done by a Constant Force Wor

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    Hwk28

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 HWK-28 Name:_ Ideal gas law: PV = nRT . 1. (a) Which, if either, contains a greater number of molecules, a mole of hydrogen (H2) or a mole of oxygen (O2)? (b) Which one has more mass? Give reasons for your answers. 2. A commonly used pac

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    Hwk25

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 HWK-25 Name:_ The linear coefficients of thermal expansion are: steel = 12x10-6(Co)-1, concrete = 12x10-6(Co)-1, aluminum = 23x10-6(Co)-1. Volumetric coefficient of thermal expansion of gasoline, gasoline = 950 x10-6(Co)-1. L = L0 T .

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    Hwk23

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 1. Define Pressure. HWK-23 Name:_ 2. State Pascal's principle. 3. The drawing shows a hydraulic system used with disc brakes. The force F is applied perpendicularly to the brake pedal. The pedal rotates about the axis shown in the drawin

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    Hwk2

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 HWK-2 Name:_ 1. Sum of the vectors A, B, C, and D is zero. Express vector D in terms of the other vectors. 2. A sailboat race course consists of four legs, defined by the displacement vectors A, B, C, and D, as the drawing indicates. The

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    Hwk19

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 HWK #19 Name:_ 1. The photograph shows a workman struggling to keep a stack of boxes balanced on a dolly. The mans right foot is on the axle of the dolly. Assuming that the boxes are identical, which one creates the greatest torque with r

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    Hwk18

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 HWK #18 Name:_ 1. The free-body diagram in the drawing shows the forces that act on a thin rod. The three forces are drawn to scale and lie in the plane of the paper. Are these forces sufficient to keep the rod in equilibrium, or are addi

  • 15 Pages lecture9.1
    Lecture9.1

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    Chapter-9 Rotational Dynamics Translational and Rotational Motion Torque Which one of the above is the easiest to open a door? Definition of Torque Torque is a vector quantity. Direction: The torque is positive when the force tends to produce a

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    Hwk27

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 HWK-27 Name:_ Heat transfer by radiation: Heat transfer by conduction: 4 Q kAT = Pnet = eA(T 4 - T0 ). = . t L t 1. One way that heat is transferred from place to place inside the human body is by the flow of blood. Which one of the thre

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    Hwk8

    School: Winthrop

    Course: General Physics I

    PHYS 201 HWK-8 Name:_ Newton's law of gravitation is given below. F =G m1 m2 ; G = 6.67 10 -11 ( SI ). 2 r 1. Express the SI unit of the gravitational constant, G. 2. The drawing (not to scale) shows one alignment of the sun, earth, and moon. T

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