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Unformatted text preview: Exam 1 Review Check ps100.byu.edu for schedule on exam (testing center) and on vocab quiz (taken on blackboard) New York Times Editorial, Jan 13, 1920 s Robert Goddard said a rocket could travel through empty space. The Times replied: [Professor Goddard] does not know of e relation of action to reaction and the the relation of action to reaction and the need to have something better than a vacuum against which to react. [Goddard] seems to lack the knowledge ladled out daily in high schools. s They printed a retraction on July 17, 1969, the day after the launch of Apollo 11. The Test! s A wonderful opportunity to impress us and your friends with the knowledge you have worked so hard to obtain! ttp://ps100.byu.edu s http://ps100.byu.edu s Thirty questions, multiple choice. s One essay. You choose from a list of 4. s Dont miss class to take the test or study for it. Youll just get behind on the next material. Topics covered s Sources of knowledge s Six self-evident truths ewtons Laws s Motion at high speed No preferred ref frame, c is equal to all observers Time dilation, length s Newtons Laws s Forces Gravitation, electromagnetic, buoyancy s Conservation laws Mass, energy, charge, momentum contraction, increase in mass s Applications of forces (e.g., the elevator problem) Topics covered s Sources of knowledge s Six self-evident truths ewtons Laws 2 nd Lawfor constant force, as mass goes up, acceleration goes down 3 rd Law, in any s Newtons Laws 1 st law Inertia, balanced forces means no acceleration Acceleration is in direction of net unbalanced force interaction forces are equal and opposite s Forces Gravitation, electromagnetic, buoyancy s Momentum (linear and angular Authority, Intuition, Sensory Data, Reason...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course PHY S 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.
- Winter '08