review4 - Review for Test#4 Responsible for Chapter 8(8-5...

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Review for Test #4 Responsible for: - Chapter 8 (8-5), 10 (10-5,10-6), 11, 13 (except 13-7, 13-8), 14 (14-1 to 14-4); also chapters 1-10, 12 - Notes from class - Problems worked in class - Homework assignments Test format: - 18 problems (5 points each)** - multiple-choice, some T/F, 2 bonus probs. - Time: 75 minutes Test materials: - Pencil, eraser, and calculator - No formulae sheet or paper, Closed textbook/notes - Student ID
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Material Covered Chapters 10 and 11: Rotation - Torque, Newton’s 2 nd Law Στ =I α - Moment of inertia - Rotational work and kinetic energy - Conservation of Energy with rotation - Angular momentum - Conservation of angular momentum - Static Equilibrium - applications of Στ =0, Σ F=0 - center of gravity
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Material Covered (cont’d) Chapter 13: Oscillations - Simple harmonic motion (SHM) - Spring-mass system as SHM - Simple pendulum, physical pendulum - Energy for SHM - Phase constant/initial conditions Potential energy curves - equilibrium points, potential slope (8-5) Chapter 14: Waves and sound - types/properties of waves, harmonic wave equation - waves on a string, sound waves
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A 0.200-m bar with a mass of 0.750 kg is
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