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Answers to Problems
Volume One
Classical Mechanics
by
David Michael Judd
Answers to Problems for Chapter One
1mile 1,609.344 m
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b) 110 m 0.6214 mile
c) 1mph 0.4470 m / s
d) 1km / hr 0.6214 mph
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University Physics
A Problem Set
Volume One
Classical Mechanics
by
David Michael Judd
PREFACE
It is assumed by this author that you have read the textbook. I would like to take a few
minutes to discuss the workbook. In all of the quantitative disciplines,
Net force = mass x acceleration
Chapter 2
1. What type of path does a moving object follow in the absence of a force?
In the absence of a force a moving object will continue moving. An object will continue to do
whatever it happens to be doing unless a fo
PHY 1001
Unit One - Motion
Mathematical Assignment
1. Calculate the velocity of a car (in m/s) that starts from rest and accelerates at 5 rn/s2 for 6
seconds.
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APPLICATION OF PHYSICS IN ARCHITECTURE
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Laboratory Manual
for
PHY2053L
August 2015
By
David Michael Judd
Laboratory Manual
for
PHY2053L
August 2015
By
David Michael Judd
Broward College
Copyright
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by David Michael Judd
All rights reserved.
Table of Contents
Experiment
Topic
1
Measurement
Physics 102
Introduction to Physics
Dr. Rick Yaw
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PHY2053
Review Chapter 1
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1)
2)
3)
4)
How many significant figures are in the number 0.0037010?
A) six
B) five
C) eight
D) seven
How many significant fig
REVIEW FOR MID TERM 1
SI
CGS
BE
Length
Meter (m)
Centimeter
(cm)
Foot (ft)
Mass
Kilogram
(kg)
Gram (g)
Slug (sl)
Time
Second (s) Second (s)
Second
(s)
English S.I.
1 inch = 2.540 cm (centimeter = 1/100
meter)
1mile = 1.609 km (kilometer= 1000
meters)
1
FORCES
Acceleration
Velocity
v= v0 + at
Position
x = x0 + v0t + at2
a=F/m
NET FORCE
FREE
BODY
DIAGRAM
FBD
From Simple to Complex
1) Horizontal plane
2) Inclined plane
Drawing a FBD of forces on an object (on, not by)
1. Choose the object to analyze. Dra
Centripetal Acceleration and Force
Introduction
For this particular lab, we studied how to define uniform circular motion, determine the
centripetal force on a rotating object by measuring the mass, the radius of rotation, the
number of revolutions, and t
Laws of Equilibrium
Introduction
For this particular lab, we studied the conditions for equilibrium of a horizontal meter stick
under the action of forces that tend to cause rotation.
Method
1. Assemble the apparatus.
2. Weight the meter stick.
3. Place a
Waves
Introduction
For this particular lab, we studied how to measure the wavelength of a sound wave.
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Assemble the apparatus.
Fill up the air column with water.
Strike the 1024 cps tuning fork with the rubber hammer.
Plac
Density of Liquids and Solids
Introduction
For this particular lab, we studied how to experimentally determine the density of a small
sample of liquid and solid using simple laboratory equipment.
Method
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Weight the clean dry flask on t
Hookes Law for a Vibrating Spring
Introduction
For this particular lab, we knew how to determine spring constant and calculate the period
of oscillation for a mass on a spring both theoretically and experimentally.
Method
1. Assemble the apparatus.
2. Mea
Newtons Second Law of Motion
Introduction
For this particular lab, we experienced how to determine experimentally the relationship
between the concepts mass, acceleration, and the unbalanced force causing the mass
accelerate. To study the relationships am
The Simple Pendulum
Introduction
For this particular lab, we studied how the period of a simple pendulum varies with the
length of the pendulum, the mass of the bob, and the magnitude of the bobs displacement
from the equilibrium position.
Method
1.
2.
3.
Uniform and Accelerated Motion
Introduction
The objective of the experiment is to introduce the concepts of distance, velocity, and
acceleration for straight-line motion and to use graphing techniques to analyze the
relationships between these concepts.
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