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Lecture_9 - Exam#1 Monday September 26 Check Syllabus for...

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Exam #1 Monday, September 26 Check Syllabus for rooms Check course webpage to preview instructions and (these will be provided with the exam) Bring an equation sheet (one 8.5x11inch front and back) Students needing accommodation must have submitted paper work -- PHYS 110.
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Potential Energy, Conservation, Power
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Double Ramp
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Potential Energy Recall that whether an object of mass m was dropped straight down a height h or slid down an incline through a height h, the work done on the object was mgh. Any object near the earth's surface had a potential energy associated with its height. This is an energy stored between the earth and the object.
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Triple Chute
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Potential energy associated with a particular force is related to the work done by that force as the object moves from one position to another. Potential Energy is a scalar with the same units as Work (Joules) Potential Energy is stored energy. Can be associated with other forces – these must
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This note was uploaded on 12/07/2011 for the course PHYS 220 taught by Professor Chang during the Fall '09 term at Purdue.

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