BlackBoard Assignment #5
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

BlackBoard Assignment #2
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

Physics 171.101/107, Formula Sheet
[
Sums and Products of ~a = axi + ay j + az k and ~b = bxi + by j + bz k:
n is normal to the plane
~
defined by ~a and b as defined by the RH rule]
~a + ~b = (ax + bx ) i + (ay + by ) j + (az + bz ) k
~a ~b = ax bx + a

Welcome to General Physics for
Physical Science Majors I (AL)
(171.107)
Instructor: Rosemary Wyse
Office: Bloomberg 513
Email: wyse@jhu.edu
Phone: 6-5392
Most material for the course (including these
slides) will appear in Blackboard.
Elements of the cour

TABLE 1:
Bahira Ahmed
Benjamin Gaal
Kevin Romero
Sami Ayele
Gabby Grifno
Allison Rosen
Daniel Giammanco
Kai Inoki
Akin Sogunro
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Lydia Gutema
Justin Joyce
Zachary Steinberg
Soumaila Haidara
Adam Krieger
Haliegh Townsend
Anu Haridas
Shanna Leventhal

General Physics for Physical Science Majors I
(AL)
(171.107)
Class #3
September 8, 2016
TABLE 1:
Bahira Ahmed
Benjamin Gaal
Kevin Romero
Sami Ayele
Gabby Grifno
Allison Rosen
Daniel Giammanco
Kai Inoki
Akin Sogunro
TABLE 2:
Lydia Gutema
Justin Joyce
Zacha

J OHNS H OPKINS U NIVERSITY, P HYSICS AND A STRONOMY
AS.173.111 G ENERAL P HYSICS L ABORATORY I
Ballistic Pendulum
1
I NTRODUCTION
The ballistic pendulum was developed in 1742 by the English mathematician Benjamin Robins. It was
the first accurate way to

J OHNS H OPKINS U NIVERSITY, P HYSICS AND A STRONOMY
AS.173.111 G ENERAL P HYSICS L ABORATORY I
Modeling the Human Arm as a Lever
1
I NTRODUCTION
Complicated systems are often studied by developing a simplified version a model that captures the
important

J OHNS H OPKINS U NIVERSITY, P HYSICS AND A STRONOMY
AS.173.111 G ENERAL P HYSICS L ABORATORY I
Modeling the Human Arm as a Lever Prelab Quiz
Answer these questions after reading the Modeling the Human Arm as a Lever assignment. Submit
your answers via Bl

BlackBoard Assignment #1
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

You and some friends are waiting in line for "The Mixer", a new carnival ride. The ride begins with the
car and rider (150 kg combined) at the top of a curved track. At the end of the track is a 50 kg block of
cushioned material which is attached to a hor

In a weak moment you volunteered to take care of the decorations for your little brothers prom. The
prom committee decided they want the entire ceiling of the dance floor lined with helium balloons, and
your job is to determine what volume helium tank the

Pressure - Problem 5 Solution
Lets first define three reference points throughout this pipe arrangement. Point 1 will
be located in the thick pipe under the standing column of water. Point 2 will be located at
the mouth of the thin pipe, where the water l

Problem
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Solution for 8th section
Hongbin Chen
November 10, 2014
1. Simple Harmonic Motion
1)
The magnitude of the net force of the pendulum is larger than that of the block. Since the block is always directily
below the pendulum bob, they have the same velocity a

Problem : A steel eable of emssseetional area 2-33 X 10—” mgis kept
under a tension or] .1111 s 111‘ N. The density of steel is sass agent {this is not? the
linear density}. At what speed does a transverse wave move along the eable‘?
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Youre about to go on a road trip but want to check the air pressure in your tires before you leave. You
dont have a tire gauge, but you decide to be resourceful. You quickly measure the flattened part of
each tire, and find that the average flattened area

J OHNS H OPKINS U NIVERSITY, P HYSICS AND A STRONOMY
AS.173.111 G ENERAL P HYSICS L ABORATORY I
Ballistic Pendulum Prelab Quiz
Answer these questions after reading the Ballistic Pendulum assignment. Submit your answers via
Blackboard as either a MS Word (

PILOT Learning
Physics I Biology
Problem-Set 8
Fall 2015
1. Two balls, one of mass 1 kg and one of mass 2 kg, are confined to move in a circular track.
They move at an equal velocity, v = 3 m/s
a) What is the angular momentum of the 1kg ball?
b) What is t

BlackBoard Assignment #9
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

BlackBoard Assignment #8
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

BlackBoard Assignment #11
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their me

BlackBoard Assignment #7
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

BlackBoard Assignment #4
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

BlackBoard Assignment #6
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

BlackBoard Assignment #3
Write legibly, and draw large and clearly labeled sketches. Provide a brief verbal
explanation for each step in your solution. State the origin and applicability of any
formulae employed. Use symbols effectively defining their mea

Group Problem
Trick or Treat
As a Halloween prank, you have hung a fake meat cleaver above your
friends door. The cleaver has a length of 0.5 m and a total mass of
1.5 kg, distributed uniformly along its leng