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Lecture 29 Rotational Dynamics I We can now consider the dynamical evolution of rotating objects. One example is an isolated system whose total angular momentum, L, is conserved. We can write for the scaler quantities that L = I (1) where I is the moment
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Lecture 29 Rotational Dynamics I We can now consider the dynamical evolution of rotating objects. One example is an isolated system whose total angular momentum, L, is conserved. We can write for the scaler quantities that L = I (1) where I is the moment
School: UCLA
Lecture 28 Moment of Inertia To compute the angular momentum and rotational energy of an extended object, we need to introduce the moment of inertia. For a point mass, M , in circular motion or radius, R, we write that the angular momentum, J is: J = M R2
School: UCLA
School: UCLA
Course: Physics 1A
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _ ID: A Conceptual Physics Circular Motion and Gravitation Practice Exam 2010-2011 Multiple Choice (1 point each) Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. Which has more rotational inertia,
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Course: PHYSICS 1A
Physics 1A FINAL 1) Consider the motion of the 3 kg block on the horizontal surface when acted upon by the force F = 10 N indicated. The coefficient of friction, u^, between the block and the horizontal surface is 0.20. If the 3kg mass starts from rest, h
School: UCLA
Course: Physics 1A
Name _ Period _ Chapter 21 Temperature, Heat, and Expansion Worksheet #2 Instructions: Show all work, including given, unknown, equation and final answer. 1. What would be the final temperature of the mixture of 50 g of 20C water and 50 g of 40C water? 2.
School: UCLA
Course: Physics 1A
Chapter 15 Homework: 2,6,11,18,22,26,32,40,46,52,and 60.
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Course: PHYSICS 1A
t A 7 'f A -? c? = 2- As 1 -> 3 c). -? T y jA o o p -, V f x ^ f 5n bs = \ ^To -f = 5 u f r r, L f\ -I B O B h 0 H
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Course: PHYSICS 1A
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School: UCLA
Course: Physics 1A
Waves and Vibrations: Define and calculate: waves wavelength, period, frequency, and speed. Wave interference. Define evaporation, condensation, freezing and melting. 1. Explain some applications regarding changes between phases. 2. Identify the different
School: UCLA
Course: Physics 1A
Physics 1A: Winter 2012 Lecture Meets: MTWF Instructor: Oce: Phone: Oce Hours: Dr. Brent Corbin PAB 1-707M 267-4686 TBA Text: University Physics, Vol 1 2:00 - 2:50 PM Exam Schedule: Friday, 3 February 2012 2:00-2:50 pm Friday, 2 March 2012 2:00-2:50 pm Mo