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PRELAB: FORCE AND MOTION
1. What is the difference between a linear and a proportional relationship?
Linear: y = mx + b
proportional: y = mx
Linear is a straight line with a slope of m and a y-intercept of b. Proportional
Name_Olivia Simonetti_Section_M1_
PRELAB: TORQUE AND EQUILIBRIUM
1.
Describe the condition required for a point particle to be in equilibrium.
The torque must be equal to zero
The net force must be equal to zero
2.
A 10 N force is applied at a 20 angle to
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PRELAB: OSCILLATIONS
Consider the block moving from x = 0 to x = +2.7 m (the spring is stretching.)
1. Sketch rough graphs of x-t, v-t, and a-t. Describe the key features of your graphs and explain why you
drew your graph
Name_Olivia Simonetti_Section_M1_
PRELAB: CREATING MATHEMATICAL MODELS OF MOTION
1.
For what kind of motion is the relationship between velocity and time linear? For this kind of
motion, what will be the form of the relationship between position and time?
Force Day 5: Friction
A 5.0 kg block rests on a table. The coefficient of static friction between
the block and the table is 0.60. If you push on it with a 20 N horizontal
force and it doesnt budge, how much is the static frictional force on the
blo
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LAB: CHANGING MOTION
Learning goals:
Translate among the following representations of motion: verbal, motion diagram, and graphical: For
example, given a verbal description of motion, create x-t, v-t, and a-t graphs; given a
Save your work frequently!
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LAB: FORCE, MASS, AND ACCELERATION
Learning goals:
Qualitatively and quantitatively reason with definition of acceleration.
Carry out proportional reasoning with Newtons second law.
Reason qualitatively with Newton
Newtons third law: If object A exerts a force on object B, the object B
exerts a force on object A, of the same magnitude but opposite direction.
A Hummer and a Mini Cooper collide head on. During the collision, the
force of the Hummer on the Mini is
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LAB: FORCE AND MOTION
Learning goals:
Clearly describe experimental observations in words.
Give a physical interpretation (i.e., explain the meaning of) the functional relationships and
constants in a mathematical model of ex
Force Day 6: What is gravity?
Think of a ball tossed in the air. Lets apply Newtons second law
! = !" to figure out what gravitational force, or weight (w), is all
!
about.
1. After the ball has
left your hand, what is
its acceleration
magnitud
Force Day 2
Bobsled. A 170 kg boblsed must reach a speed of 10 m/s during the
allowed 50 m push-off stretch in order to be competitive. The
friction force is about 90 N, and well neglect drag in this example.
How much force is needed from each
Physics 11 1 9i9/16
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evidence of your reasoning process. A correct
response without supporting work will receive no
credit An incorrect
Force Day 4: Force components
Whats the y-component
of F?
a. Fsin
b. Fcos
c. F/sin
d. F/cos
e. -Fsin
f. -Fcos
g. -F/sin
h. -F/cos
Whats the x-component
of F?
a. Fsin
b. Fcos
c. F/sin
d. F/cos
e. -Fsin
f. -Fcos
g. -F/sin
h. -F/cos
Logistic growth curve for Tyrannosaurus
The authors mention body mass and growth rate. How are
these things related?
a.
Describe the relationship in words.
b. Describe the relationship in terms of a mathematical
equation.
c. Describe the rela
Motion diagrams
11
Draw a motion diagram
1. After crossing home plate at full speed, Manny Machado
gradually slows down to a stop.
2. Starting from rest, a skier goes faster
Force Day 1: Net force causes CHANGING motion
Youre standing on the sidewalk. The force(s) that act on you
is(are)
A. Weight
B. Normal
C. Both weight and normal
and the net force that acts on you is
A. up
B. down
C. zero
You jump straight
What does physics have to do with life?
biological research
today has reached a
very exciting stage,
and many more
biological scientists
with strong
backgrounds in
physics and chemistry
will be needed.
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collaborations between established sc
Motion Day 3: How is the motion of a train like the growth of a
dinosaur?
Acceleration
A car accelerates from rest at a rate of 3.0 m/s/s. How fast is it
going at the end of 1 s?
2 s?
3 s?
4 s?
S
Motion Day 2: Graphical representations of motion
One morning on your way to class you create the x-t graph
shown.
a. Sketch a motion diagram.
b. Find your velocity
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What does the corresponding
General education program (GEP) goals:
In particular, by the end of the course you should be able to effectively carry out a
systematic approach to solve multi-step problems (e.g., a motion problem featuring
two different constant accelerations during
Physics 111
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Physics 111 Exam Instructions
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Motion Day 6: Free fall
Using vectors to find the direction of acceleration
Does positive acceleration mean speeding up and negative
acceleration mean slowing down?
Speeding up Slowing
Speedi
Quantitative relationships in Basic Physics I
Motion
Thermal energy
Definitions:
Specific heat and heat of transformation:
distance
x
v
speed =
,v =
, a =
time
t
t
Q = nCT = McT = ML
Calorimetry: Qnet = 0
For constant acceleration:
v f = v i +at
PHYS 122
Introductory Physics II
Dr. Eric C. Anderson
UMBCFall2015
Syllabus
Getting ready
Prerequisites You must have completed Phys 121, and Math 152 (or at least be enrolled in it this semester.)
WorkloadExperience shows that success requires at least 8
Wave properties of light;
Investigating the effect of single and double slits and diffraction
gratings on the diffraction pattern of light.
Gyam Asaaah Itambi, Nahum Navas
ABSTRACT:
In this experiment, we sought to prove the fact that the slit spacing, th
Name: CYNTHIA OBIKE
Section: 07
PRELAB: INTRODUCTION TO MOTION
Read over Introduction to Motion and then answer the following questions about the procedures.
1.
In Activity 1-1, part 2, how do you think graph (a) will differ from graph (b)?
Graph A for di