Chapter_2_Continued-1

Chapter_2_Continued-1 - Two spheres of equal volume, one...

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Constant Acceleration and Free Falling Tom Petty Has nothing to do with today’s lesson.
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Admin Slide A. Quizzes will be on Thursdays, last 20 minutes of class, about 2 problems, maybe more this week. Starting this Thursday. Exceptions: when we have tests, or if we don’t have class on Thursday. 2. Homework will be assigned once a week, due each Tuesday. I will be available for help Monday 1930- 2030 each week in CH008 in addition to any time you can schedule during the day. THIS DOES NOT MEAN WAIT UNTIL MONDAY NIGHT TO DO THE HOMEWORK! I have the ability to check how many attempts you have made online, and if that number is 0 I will make you attempt the problems first without help.
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Review Slide 2 2 dt X d dt dV A Inst Inst = = t X V Avg = X = Position V= Velocity A= Acceleration t V A avg =
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Deriving the Kinematic Eqs See Word Document of Above Title on CAPA at V V i f + = ( 29 t V V X X i f i f + + = 2 1 2 2 1 at t V X X i i f + + = ( 29 i f i f X X a V V - + = 2 2 2 Clicker Time!
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Freely Falling Objects Diagnostic Problem –
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Unformatted text preview: Two spheres of equal volume, one with twice the density of the other are dropped from the same height. Will the more dense sphere hit the ground with A) Twice the speed of the other B) Half the speed of the other C) The same speed as the other D) Something else Moon Experiment What does this mean? What is the quantity of importance when dealing with gravity? A) Mass B) Volume C) Acceleration D) Force The acceleration due to gravity on Earth is so important we give it its own symbol. g = 9.8m/s 2 Generally but not always, since gravity pulls objects towards the center of the Earth (the negative y direction), a gravity = -g Clicker Time Again! Gravity W i s c o n s i n R o c k s ! MY HOME! Hudson + Hudson Homework! Due Wednesday Sept 3 EI Tuesday 1930-2030 (after attempting) Problems Online: 8 problems Written: Chap 2 Probs 51, 57...
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