Review Chapters 1-9

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Review Chapters 1-9 PS 100 R Skinner
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Where is the kinetic energy the greatest in a pendulum? 1. At the bottom of a swing. 2. At the top of a swing. 3. It is unchanging with time
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Where is the Gravitational Potential energy the greatest in a pendulum? 1. At the bottom of a swing. 2. At the top of a swing. 3. It is unchanging with time
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Where is the Internal energy the greatest in a pendulum? 1. At the bottom of a swing. 2. At the top of a swing. 3. It is unchanging with time
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Sources of Knowledge : I. Authoritative Sources II. Intuition III. Reason IV. Sensory Data
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6 “Self Evident Truths: Existence Causality Position Symmetry Time Symmetry Noncontradiction Occam’s Razor
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Time Symmetry Nature is symmetrical under changes in Time Consequences: 2 nd Article of Symmetry – We believe the laws of nature were the same in the remote past as they are today and that they will be the same in the future How far can we see to examine this hypothesis? These diamonds are 2 billion years old, but they have the same structure, crystal symmetry, flaws and characteristics as diamonds made today.
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Definitions! Rest: Not Moving Uniform Motion: Constant Speed, Straight Line Force: Push or Pull
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Suppose an elephant and an ant are both moving at the same speed on a level, frictionless surface: which would stop first (or neither)? Assume air friction to be unimportant for both.
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