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School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics II
Chapter 30 Potential & Field Chapter 30. Reading Quizzes 1 2 What quantity is represented by the symbol ? What quantity is represented by the symbol ? A. Electronic potential B. Excitation potential C. EMF D. Electric stopping power E. Exosphericity 3 A.
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics
Homework 9 (due: November 30) 1. Find a period of oscillations of a block of mass 200 g, attached to a spring with spring constant of 700 N/m. 2. The amplitude of simple harmonic oscillation is A = 10 cm. Find a displacement x when K=1/6 U. Here K is a ki
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics
Homework 8 (due: November 9) 1. A ceiling fan is turned on and a net torque of 8 N.m is applied to the blade. The blades have a total moment of inertia of 0.2 kg.m2. What is the angular acceleration of the blades? 2. What is the net torque on the pulley a
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics
Homework 7 (due: October 31) 1. How much work does an elevator motor do to lift a 600 kg elevator a height of 20 m? 2. An object of mass 10 kg is pulled up an incline that makes an angle of 45o with the horizontal by an external force. The object moves up
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics 2
Exam 1 Review Review charges, forces, fields, potential energy, and potential Reading Quiz A parallel plate capacitor has a negative plate at the bottom and a positive plate at the top. The plates are 1.0 cm apart. Potential at negative plate is 0 V and
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics
Rashawn Simmons PHYS 1111k Cherilynn Morrow October 10, 2011 Workability Essay In the essay taken from the book The Three Laws of Performance the author discusses how leaders need the trait of integrity in order to effectively lead a group, or for a group
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics II
Chapter 30 Potential & Field Chapter 30. Reading Quizzes 1 2 What quantity is represented by the symbol ? What quantity is represented by the symbol ? A. Electronic potential B. Excitation potential C. EMF D. Electric stopping power E. Exosphericity 3 A.
School: Georgia State
Course: Calculus Based Physics II
Exam 1: Physics 2212/section-2. Your name (Last, First): 1. Find the displacement of a simple harmonic wave of amplitude 6.44 m at t = 0.71 s. Assum that the wave number is 2.34 m', the angular frequency is 2.88 rad/s, and that the wave is propagatinC1br-
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics I
Quiz 1 This is a photograph of an apple and feather free fall in a evacuated chamber. The apple and feather are released from the top. Suppose the camera opened flash every 1 s. * (2) Suppose A1 is the distance from t = 0s to t = 1 s, A2 is the distance f
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics I
16) Ahanging spring stretchesan extra asa massis suspended fromit. Whatisthe spring constant? 16) _ 913N/cm B) 1820N/m 913N/m D) 457N/m Aparticle experiences aforcegiven by Findthe potential fieldthe particleisin. (Assume thatthezero ofpotential energyis
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics I
1) Aforceof stretches aspring from equilibrium. Whatisthe valueofthe spring constant? 1) _ 38N/m B) 71N/m C) 80N/m D) 58N/m Aspring stretchesby when a object isattached. Whatisthe weightofa fishthat would stretchthe springby 2) _ 145N B) 91N C) 199N D) 27
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics
Homework 9 (due: November 30) 1. Find a period of oscillations of a block of mass 200 g, attached to a spring with spring constant of 700 N/m. 2. The amplitude of simple harmonic oscillation is A = 10 cm. Find a displacement x when K=1/6 U. Here K is a ki
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics
Homework 8 (due: November 9) 1. A ceiling fan is turned on and a net torque of 8 N.m is applied to the blade. The blades have a total moment of inertia of 0.2 kg.m2. What is the angular acceleration of the blades? 2. What is the net torque on the pulley a
School: Georgia State
Course: Principles Of Physics
Homework 7 (due: October 31) 1. How much work does an elevator motor do to lift a 600 kg elevator a height of 20 m? 2. An object of mass 10 kg is pulled up an incline that makes an angle of 45o with the horizontal by an external force. The object moves up
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics
Studio Physics Phys 1111 Georgia State University Caroline Holderfield Team 3B EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION POST LAB 1. ANGLES of SLIPPAGE a. SHOW A SAMPLE of YOUR METHOD for DETERMINING AN ANGLE OF SLIPPAGE (i.e. INDICATE CLEARLY WHAT YOU MEASURED & CALCULA
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics
Studio Physics Phys 1111 Georgia State University Dr. Morrow Fall 2011 EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION: PRE- LAB DUE WEDNESDAY AT START OF CLASS: Answer each question below. You will not be permitted to begin the activity until this worksheet is complete. If th
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics
Studio Physics Phys 1111 Georgia State University Dr. Morrow Fall 2011 EXPLORING STATIC FRICTION POST LAB 1. ANGLES of SLIPPAGE a. SHOW A SAMPLE of YOUR METHOD for DETERMINING AN ANGLE OF SLIPPAGE (i.e. INDICATE CLEARLY WHAT YOU MEASURED & CALCULATED and
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics
Rashawn Simmons(Recorder) Tyrel Heckendorf(Skeptic) Rebecca Holderfield(Manager) Team-3B 8/29/2011 What is the Matter? Objective: What can I know about this object? What is it made of? How can I know? How would I use this object to estimate the size of an
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics (Mechanics)
OBJECTIVES: Team 6C Organization is as follows: Team Member Name Primary Role for this Activity Recorder Manager Skeptic Given a cube of an unknown material, team 6C objectives are to answer the following questions: 1. What is the block made of and how di
School: Georgia State
Course: Physics (Mechanics)
Walk the LINE Lab Activity Casandra Wang Teammates: Ryan Bowers Thanh Nguyen September 19, 2011 Dr. Morrow PHYS 1111 CRN: 87967 Team 6C Organization is as follows: Team Member Name Primary Role for this Activity Casandra Wang Recorder Ryan Bowers Manager