Class 4 - Cross Products One Dimensional Motion Physics...

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1 Cross Products, One Dimensional Motion Physics 1301, Fall 2011: Class 4 Monday, September 12, 2011 Upcoming Events Career Fair: Sept. 13 DarkSide: Sept. 20,
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2 UROP Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Work on a research project with a Faculty Mentor ~10 hours per week for a semester Get paid $1,400; can request $300 for expenses Proposal Deadline is October 3, 2011 http://www.research.umn.edu/undergraduate
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3 Objectives: Monday, September 12 Vector Cross-Products Defne Kinematic Terms Kinematics oF 1d Motion; Constant Velocity
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4 Demonstrations 1c10.05 Motion Detector 1c10.10 Buggy on moving sheet 1c20.25 Air track & glider 1c10.28 Cart and motion detector
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5 Duluth Problem 150 miles to Duluth at 70 mph takes 2.14 hours 150 miles to Minneapolis at 90 mph takes 1.67 hours Total distance: 300 miles, total time 3.81 hours Average speed = 300/3.81=78.7 mph
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6 Scalar and Vector Products The scalar or dot product of two vectors is a number. Dot product is commutative.
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