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P112_HW5_S06

# P112_HW5_S06 - Physics 112 Homework#5 Spring 2006 Prelim...

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Physics 112 Homework #5 Spring 2006 Prelim Exam #1 is 7:30-9 PM on Thursday evening, Mar. 2. It will cover chapters #1-5 + sections 12.1, 12.2, 12.4; HWs #1-5; Labs #1, 3, 4 + Pre-Labs; Tutorials/Coops from weeks 1-5; and all relevant lecture material. Persons with conflicts or special needs please contact Dr. Edith Cassel ASAP. Read: Chap. 5 (all); Chap. 12, section 12.4 (through equation 12.14 on page 450) For discussion: Chapter 5: Qs #Q5.1, Q5.3, Q5.6, Q5.11, Q5.12, Q5.16, Q5.19, Q5.20, (not turned in) Q5.21, Q5.24, Q5.29 Chapter 5: Es & Ps #5.13, 5.15, 5.21, 5.41, 5.53, 5.57, 5.67, 5.69, 5.75, 5.89, 5.91, 5.111, 5.117 Chapter 12: Qs #Q12.1, Q12.7, Q12.16, Q12.21; Es & Ps #12.1, 12.9, 12.27 To be done before Prelim Exam #1 (but not turned in): #5.24 [Monkey Business] #5.47 [Airplane in Banked Turn] #5.118 [Vertical Loop] #5.127 [Ball on a String] #1. The International Space Station (ISS) orbits the Earth in an approximately circular orbit at a height of about 240 miles (384 km) above the Earth's surface. (a) What is the speed of the space station in its orbit (in km/s)? [Answer: 7.7 km/s] (b) What is the space station's orbital period (in hours)? [Answer: 1.54 hr] Due Friday, Feb. 24 at lecture: #5.3 [Knowing the Ropes] #5.7 [Wrecking Ball] #5.27 [Safe on Incline] #5.42 [Baseball with Drag] #5.62 [Two Blocks with Friction] #5.84 [Blocks & Pulley]

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#1. A popgun is angled so that it shoots a small dense ball through the air as shown in the figure. Neglect air resistance a. Sketch the path that the ball will follow.
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