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Unformatted text preview: ∑ = a m F v v r T π 2 = Period of circular motion 2 2 1 r m m G F = v v a 2 = Centripetal acceleration Gravitational force mg W = ) ( pparent a g m W + = r c mv 2 Weight y appa ent N s s F f μ = r F c = m Centripetal force N k k F f μ = 2 v G r e = Radius of circular orbit Frictional forces g Work done by d F d ⋅ = W E Work ) ( W Grav f o h h mg − = mgh = G PE y gravity Gravitational potential energy KE W Δ = m p mv 2 KE 2 2 2 1 = = Kinetic energy PE KE W NC Δ + Δ = o f NC E E W − = Work – Energy theorem v m p v v = v v Linear momentum o f θ θ θ − = Δ Rotational kinematics ω r v = θ r s = Arc length Tangential speed ∑ = Δ Δ ext F t P = t F v P P = → t t o f θ θ θ ω − = Δ Δ = T α r a T = 2 ω r a = Tangential acceleration Centripetal acceleration ∑ ext f o n i i i x m ∑ = 1 enter of mass t t o f ω ω ω α − = Δ Δ = c θ τ sin rF = Torque tot M x = CM tot P = Center of mass Center of mass 2 2 1 t t o o f α ω θ θ + + = 2 2 α τ I = ω...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course PHYS 2002 taught by Professor Blackmon during the Spring '08 term at LSU.
 Spring '08
 BLACKMON
 Physics, Acceleration, Force, Friction

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