9_2-Clickers-Rotating Frames

9_2-Clickers-Rotating Frames - 2-Non Inertial Reference...

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Unformatted text preview: 2-Non Inertial Reference Frames1.Linear Acceleration:Tuesday3.Rotating Frame: Today•Centrifugal Force•Coriolis Force2-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TqHjZZCCkxg Centrifuge SetCoriolis Effect2-32-Which one is correct?A) V= ω Χ rB) V = r x ω2-Which force is more important for anobject that is moving very slowly in arotating frame?A) CoriolisB) CentrifugalC) EqualD) Need more info2-Consider a person sitting at rest on a Merry-go-round that is rotating with constant angular velocity. To the person, what is the direction of the centrifugal force?ϖA) B) C) D)ABCDE) Something else!2-Consider a person sitting on the edge of a merry-go-round that is rotating with constant angular velocity. To the person, what is the direction of the centrifugal force?A)Towards outer edge of carouselB)Towards center of carouselC)Into the pageD)Out of the page2-8A bead is on a wire that makes an angle θ with the vertical....
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2012 for the course PHYSICS 2210 taught by Professor Stevepollock during the Spring '11 term at Colorado.

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9_2-Clickers-Rotating Frames - 2-Non Inertial Reference...

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