Unit II Assignment: PHS 1110-16G-FA20L-S2 Physical Concepts
OverviewHow impulse-momentum theorem relates to Newton’s second lawThe relationship between linear momentum conservation and Newton’s third lawHow momentum conservation is exemplified in various physical activitiesThe difference between kinetic and potential energyThe relation among work, energy and power in daily life12345
How impulse-momentum theorem relates to Newton’s second lawThe acceleration of the tennis ball is direction proportional to the net force acting on the ball, is in the direction of the net force, and is inversely proportional to the mass of the tennis ball. This directly relates with the impulse-momentum theorem.
How impulse-momentum theorem relates to Newton’s second law1The Impulse-momentum theorem states that the change in momentum of an object equals the impulse applied to the object. J=∆t=∆p2Newton’s second law of motion or acceleration F=m x a. The acceleration of an object is direction proportional to the net force
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