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Physics Review slides - Phys 125 Fall 2009 Lecture#27...

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Phys 125 Fall 2009 Lecture #27 Course Review Dr. James Liu 3409 Randall Lab [email protected]
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FINAL EXAM Friday December 18, 7:30-9:30 pm Room assignments are different for the final You are allowed four note cards OR one 8.5 X 11” sheet (both sides) for this exam. Typewritten is OK. There are 25 questions: about 8 cover new material. Practice exams and solutions are posted on Ctools
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Dr. Andrew Tomasch 003, 004, 005 1324 East Hall Prof. Keith Riles 006, 007, 008 140 Lorch Prof. Henriette Elvang 009, 010, 012 1202 SEB (School of Ed Bldg) Dr. Mike Melnichuk 011 1324 East Hall 016, 017 296 Dennison (shared with Physics 140!) Questions? [email protected] Final Exam Room Assignments
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Grading will be on an absolute scale: ! 85-100% A range ! 75-85% B range ! 60-75% C range ! 40-60% D range Course Grading Component: Lecture Participation 5% Homework 20% Discussion Grade 10% First Three Exams 15% Each Final Exam 20% Check your scores on SAMs. Score correction requests will only be honored before the day of the final.
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So what have we learned? Kinematics - describing motion Constant acceleration kinematics Dynamics - understanding motion Newton’s three laws Energy and momentum Fluids at rest and in motion Oscillations and waves Understanding how the mechanical world works
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Simple objects (sliding blocks and point masses) Linear motion One and two dimensional motion Kinematics (constant acceleration) Dynamics (Newton’s laws) Forces and free body diagrams Gravitational force (weight), Normal force, Tension, Static and kinetic friction Circular motion Centripetal acceleration and centripetal force (net force causing circular motion)
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Rigid objects (extended objects which translate and rotate) Rotational motion Rotational kinematics (constant angular acceleration) Rotational dynamics (torques) Rolling without slipping Static equilibrium F net = 0 and ! net = 0 Center of gravity
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Springs and elastic objects Hooke’s law for springs Restoring force: F = " kx Elasticity Young’s modulus, shear modulus and bulk modulus Simple harmonic motion Amplitude, period and frequency
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Energy and momentum Work, energy and power Kinetic energy Potential energy Gravitational potential energy Elastic (spring) potential energy Linear momentum and angular momentum Conservation laws Conservation of energy Conservation of linear momentum Conservation of angular momentum
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Flowing objects (fluids – liquids and gases) Fluids at rest Pressure Pascal’s principle (transmission of pressure) Archimedes’ principle Buoyant force Fluids in motion Equation of continuity Conservation of mass Bernoulli’s equation Conservation of energy
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