final - acceleration, moment of inertia, rolling motion 11:...

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Review for Final Exam Exam format: - 32 problems (2.5 pts each), 3 bonus probs. - multiple-choice, some T/F - Time: Tues. Dec. 13, 7:00-10:00pm - Place: Chem., Room 430 Test materials: - Pencil, eraser, and calculator; student ID - formula sheet provided Responsible for: - Class notes for Chapters 1-11, 13, 14, part of 12 - All homework assignments, previous tests - Example problems done in class
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Material Covered 1/3: Units, significant figures, scalars, vectors, components of a vector 2/4: 1D/2D kinematics (trans.), free-fall, projectile motion, relative velocity, rotational kinematics 5/6: Forces, Newton’s Laws (translational), friction, tension, normal force, Uniform circular motion, a r , period 7/8: Energy, KE, gravitational potential, spring force and potential, potential energy diagrams, Work, Conservation of Energy, Conservative and non-conservative forces, Power 9: Impulse, 1D/2D Collisions, Conservation of Momentum, center of mass 10: Rotational kinematics: angular displacement, velocity,
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Unformatted text preview: acceleration, moment of inertia, rolling motion 11: Rotational dynamics, v T , a T , K R , torque, rotational Newtons Law, angular momentum 11(cont): Conservation of Angular Momentum, Rotational/ translational equilibrium, center of gravity 12: Gravitational force, orbital speed and period (12.2 and 12.3) 13: Simple Harmonic Motion, spring, pendulum (all sections, but 13.7 and 13.8) 14: Waves, speed of sound, Doppler Effect, superposition (except 14.5, 14.8, 14.9) Example Problem A sound wave is described by y(x,t) = (0.0200)sin [(8.96 rad/m)x + (3140 rad/s)t], where y might be the pressure variation and t is in seconds. a. In what direction is this wave traveling? b. Along which axis are the air molecules oscillating? c. What are the wavelength, the wave speed, and the period of the oscillation? d. Draw a displacement-versus-time graph y (x=1.00m, t) at x=1.00 m from t=0 to t=4.00 ms....
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course PHY 1111 taught by Professor Stencil during the Fall '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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