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12/10 Review 2 Presentation “Projectile Motion Examples” 2 Final Exam Tuesday 12/18, 8-10 am, Wit 116 150 total points but weighted as two regular 100 point exams Anywhere from six 25-point problems to ten 15-point problems 2 Review Guide on web
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MCAT Review Course 2 2 Contact Kim Ruit Health Sciences Advisor Office Phone: 777-2749 E-Mail: [email protected] 2 Let Kim know if you are interested before the holiday break.
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Three projectile motion examples ? ? ? Should be able to find: Distance Highest point Velocity anywhere Time Direction of motion (angle) anywhere Skills Required: Trig for components and angles Kinematics (a, v, v, etc.) -fall time/rise time -max height -distance -velocity in x and y Organization -Assemble these skills into a coherent, problem-solving pathway Energy and Symmetry are sometimes useful
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Note: Always just before hitting the ground!!! To be complete, draw a FBD at a random location.
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course PHYS Physics 21 taught by Professor Larrywatson during the Fall '08 term at North Dakota.

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