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Final Exam Physics I--Fall 2007, Outline

# Final Exam Physics I--Fall 2007, Outline - • Energy •...

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Physics Outline – Sem. 1 1. Basics – Ch1 Scientific notation Sig figs Units Powers memorize metric prefixes and values 2. One Dimensional Motion – Ch 2 Kinematic Equations Applications of Kinematic Eqs Graphing x – t, v – t, a – t 3. Vectors – Ch 3 angle directions adding vectors 4. Two dimensional motion or Projectile Motion – Ch3 Style 1 Style 2 Style 3 y max relative velocity (river and airplane problems) 5. Forces and Newton’s Laws – Ch4 1 st 2 nd 3 rd Forces with and without Friction FBDs v=constant problems Inclines Find acceleration then do a 1- D problem Static friction Kinetic friction Find Coefficients of friction (µ) 6. Work, Energy and Power – Ch5 Work F – x graph to find work (area under curve) Net work = change in KE

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Unformatted text preview: • Energy • Kinetic • Potential • Gravitational Potential • Elastic/Spring Potential • Mechanical vs non-mechanical • Energy Conservation • E 1 = E 2 = constant • E 1 = E 2 + E lost • Conservative Forces • Non-Conservative Forces • Power 7. Momentum – Ch 6 • p i = p f • p = m v • Impulse = F ∆ t = ∆ p = mv f – mv i • Collisions: • elastic (p and KE conserved) • inelastic (p conserved, KE lost) • perfectly inelastic (p conserved, KE lost) • reverse inelastic (p conserved, KE gained) 8. Uniform Circular Motion – Ch 7 • Centripetal acceleration and force • What is the force maintaining the circle? • V = 2πr/T • Period and Frequency • Newton’s Universal Law of Gravitation...
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