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DLM17_Handout - Physics 7B DLM 17 Overview Chapter 8:...

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Physics 7B DLM 17 Overview Chapter 8: Detailed Relation of Force to Motion Model: Newtonian Model Act 8.2.3 Making Sense of Motion From Graphs and Newton’s 2 nd Law (~ 50 min) Model: Simple Harmonic Motion Act 8.4.1 The Universal Behavior of Oscillating Objects (~ 50 min) Learning Goals: practice describing a variety of oscillatory motions in everyday words realizing what is common to the description of all oscillatory motions understanding how the position coordinate of an oscillating object varies as a function of time and what a graph of the position coordinate would look like understanding the precise meaning of the technical terms (amplitude, period, frequency) used to describe oscillatory motion Act. 8.4.2 Describing Simple Harmonic Motion Mathematically (~40 min) Learning Goals: to make sense of the expression y(t) = A sin(2 π t/T + φ ) to understand how this expression describes the motion of a vibrating object to be able to get numerical values appearing in the expression from measurements made on a physical system. Announcements Remember, the FINAL EXAM will be Wednesday Mar 17 from 3:30-5:30 pm.
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Physics 7B Exit Handout DLM 17 2 4 6 8 10 t -2 -1 1 2 y H t L The most general form of the equation that describes
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2010 for the course PHY PHY07B taught by Professor Web during the Winter '09 term at UC Davis.

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