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PHYS 1100 SI Session 12 Leader – Mel Triay Coates 218
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Agenda Newton’s Third Law Intro. to Kinematics Test recap (?)
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Example 1 8 kg 12 kg 10 kg F
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Example 1 Answers
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Example 2 8 kg 12 kg 10 kg F
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Answer to Example 2
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Practice Set 1 4 kg 7 kg F
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Practice Set 1 1 k g 2 F
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Answers to Practice Set 1
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Example 3 10kg 47kg F
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Answer to Example 3
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Practice Set 2 a. The middle block is anchored to a rigid wall. If the coefficient of static friction between the blocks is 0.45 and the floor is frictionless, what minimum force should be applied to the bottom block to cause it to move? What is the tension in the rope cord anchoring the top block to the wall? 10kg 47kg
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Answers to Practice Set 2
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Kinematics Vectors vs. scalars
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Unformatted text preview: Displacement vs. distance travelled Velocity vs. speed Average vs. Instantaneous Average quantities - Vector Example 4 Answer to Example 4 Practice Set 3 a. An arctic scientist hops on his snowmobile, which is 10m due north of a weather station he was checking. 5 minutes later, he is 350 m due east of the weather station doing 3.5 m/s in a direction 35 degrees south of east. Another 10 minutes later he is 265 m from the weather station in the direction 25 degrees west of south. His velocity at this time is 4.6 m/s going due east. What is his net displacement in unit Answers to Practice Set 3...
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