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# Spring 2007 - Scott Pratt PHY231 Spring 2007 Introduct...

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Scott Pratt - PHY231, Spring 2007 - Introduct 1 Midterm 2 (lecture students) Scott Pratt Do not open exam until instructed to do so.

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Scott Pratt - PHY231, Spring 2007 - Introduct 3 Midterm 2 (lecture students) Quadratic Formula ax 2 + bx + c = 0, x = [ - b ± b 2 - 4 ac ] / (2 a ) Geometry Circle: circumference=2 πR , area= πR 2 Sphere: area=4 πR 2 , volume=4 πR 3 / 3 Trigonometry a A B b C sin α = A C , cos α = B C tan α = A B A B C α γ β sin α A = sin β B = sin γ C A 2 + B 2 - 2 AB cos γ = C 2 Polar Coordinates x = r cos θ, y = r sin θ , r = p x 2 + y 2 , tan θ = y/x SI Units and Constants quantity unit abbreviation Mass m kilograms kg Distance x meters m Time t seconds s Force F Newtons N=kg m/s 2 Energy E Joules J=N m Power P Watts W=J/s Temperature T C, K or F T F = 32 + (9 / 5) T C Pressure P Pascals Pa=N/m 2 1 cal=4.1868 J, 1 hp=745.7 W, 1 liter=10 - 3 m 3 g = 9 . 81 m/s 2 , G=6 . 67 × 10 - 11 Nm 2 /kg 2 1 atm=1 . 013 × 10 5 Pa, 0 C=273.15 K, N A = 6 . 023 × 10 23 R = 8 . 31 J/(mol K), k B = R/N A = 1 . 38 × 10 - 23 J/ K σ = 5 . 67 × 10 - 8 W/(m 2 K 4 ) v sound = 331 p T/ 273 m/s H 2 0: c ice , liq ., steam = { 0 . 5 , 1 . 0 , 0 . 48 } cal/g C L F,V = { 79 . 7 , 540 } cal/g, ρ = 1000 kg/m 3 . 1-d motion, constant a x = (1 / 2)( v 0 + v f ) t v f = v 0 + at x = v 0 t + (1 / 2) at 2 x = v f t - (1 / 2) at 2 (1 / 2) v 2 f - (1 / 2) v 2 0 = a x Range : R = ( v 2 0 /g ) sin 2 θ Forces, Work, Energy, Power, Momentum & Impulse F = ma , Gravity: F = mg, PE = mgh Friction: f = μN , Spring: F = - kx, PE = (1 / 2) kx 2 W = Fx cos θ, KE = (1 / 2) mv 2 , P = ∆ E/ t = Fv p = mv, I = F t = ∆ p X cm = ( m 1 x 1 + m 2 x 2 + · · · ) / ( m 1 + m 2 + · · · ) Elastic coll.s: v 0 1 - v 0 2 = - ( v 1 - v 2 ) Rotational Motion θ = (1 / 2)( ω 0 + ω f ) t, ω f = ω 0 + αt θ = ω 0 t + (1 / 2) αt 2 = ω f t - (1 / 2) αt 2 α θ = (1 / 2) ω 2 f - (1 / 2) ω 2 0 ω = 2 π/T = 2 πf, f = 1 /T Rolling: a = αr, v = ωr a c = v 2 /r = ωv = ω 2 r τ = rF sin θ = Iα, I point = mR 2 I cyl . shell = MR 2 , I sphere = (2 / 5) MR 2 I solid cyl . = (1 / 2) MR 2 , I sph . shell = (2 / 3) MR 2 L = = mvr sin θ, ( θ = angle between v and r) KE = (1 / 2) 2 = L 2 / (2 I ) , W = τ θ Gravity and circular orbits PE = - G Mm r , PE = mgh (small h ) F = G Mm r 2 , GM 4 π 2 = R 3 T 2 Gases, liquids and solids P = F/A, PV = nRT, P = ρgh h (1 / 2) mv 2 i = (3 / 2) k B T ideal monotonic gas: U = (3 / 2) nRT = (3 / 2) PV F bouyant = ρ displaced liq .
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