Name: _
Due Date: 09/05/17
STUDY GROUP PARTNER(S):_
PHY 1250/OSU-Newark
Quiz #1: Chapters 1 & 2
You may use a calculator, but please show all work and relevant reasoning. Make sure that you report answers with their
proper units and directions, when appro
10/4/2016
Lecture 0701
Momentum
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Power:
P
dE
dt
The power of work done by a cosntant force
dW F dx
P
F v
dt
dt
Unit
P F v Nm / s J / s Watt (W )
1 hp 746 W
1
10/4/2016
A cars engine provides a constant output
power of 100 h
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The sample midterm contains problems that are of similar, but not identical, difficulty
to those that will
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This midterm is a sample midterm. This means:
The sample midterm contains problems that are of similar, but not identical, difficulty
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10/5/2016
Lecture 0702
Momentum
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Suppose you are on a cart which is initially at rest that rides
on a frictionless track. You throw a ball at a vertical surface
that is firmly attached to the cart. If the ball bounces
straight ba
10/7/2016
Lecture 0703
Momentum
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Identical constant forces F push identical Blocks A and B from
the start line to the finish line on a frictionless surface. Block A
is initially at rest, but block B is initially moving to the rig
10/11/2016
Lecture 0801
Center of Mass
Rotation
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
xcom
m1 x1 m2 x2
m1 m2
x1 x2
x
2
If m1 m2 , xcom
If m1 0, xcom x2
m x
m
i i
xcom
i
i
1
M total
m x
1
M total
m y ,
i i
i
i
m y
m
i
ycom
i
i
i
i
rcom
1
M total
m r
M total mi
i
10/12/2016
Lecture 0802
Rotation
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Features of Angular Motion
T
2r 2r 2
Vt
r
f
1
T
2 f
Vt
Period of Rotation
Frequency of rotation
2
T
2r
r
T
Angular frequency or
angular speed
Linear / tangential speed of
rotation
s r
ds
d
r
ENGR 1181 | Lab 05 | Beam Bending Lab
Lab Memo Rubric (100 points)
Team Content - Background
Team Content - Objectivity
Team Content - Data Placement
Team Content - Data Analysis
Team Content - Tables & Figures
Team Content - Comparison to Theory
Team Con
9/30/2016
Lecture 0603
Energy Conservation
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Important Topics in Mid Term 1:
Vectors, average speed, average velocity
Kinematics and Projectile motion
Free Body Diagram
Newtons Third Law
=
Static and kinetic frictional forces
Tens
MATH 1172 AUTUMN 2016 SEMESTER THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
Monday
August 22
29
Section 6.3:
Volume by Slicing
Tuesday
Thursday
25
23
24
PreCalc/Calc 1
Review (Intro to
Course)
Section 7.1:
Basic Approaches to
Integration
30
31
MML
Math 1172 Midterm 2 Important Concepts
The following are indispensable resources that should aid you in your preparation of the
second midterm:
Study the Worksheets available under Content Worksheets on Carmen. Note that
Worksheet 8 was updated on Octobe
Humberto Gilmer
PHYS 1251 (Lisa 12:40p/1:50p): Midterm 2 Review Sheet
The overarching concept behind the material for midterm 2 is magnetostatics. Static magnetic fields are
generated by steady currents which can flow in circuits with simple elements like
Humberto Gilmer
PHYS1251 (Lisa 12:40/1:50) Midterm 2 Practice Exam
Disclaimer: I have absolutely no idea what will be on the actual midterm. Below is a collection of problems that I
think require a good grasp of the concepts that weve covered thus far. In
Humberto Gilmer
PHYS1251 (Lisa 12:40/1:50) Midterm 1 Practice Exam
Disclaimer: I have absolutely no idea what will be on the actual midterm. Below is a collection of problems that I think
require a good grasp of the concepts that weve covered thus far. In
Interference and Diffraction
(wave nature of light)
Part 0
Interference of two
sinusoidal waves
Chapter 26
Waves
Snapshots of a traveling wave
EM waves transverse waves (the E and B fields are
perpendicular to the direction of travel)
Wave traveling in a
Part 1
Relativity
Special theory of relativity
Chapter 27
Historical Background
Special Theory of Relativity
20th
By the beginning of
century experimental observation
that Newtonians mechanics was not able to explain
(Michelson's and Morley's experiment)
Electric Potential Energy
Electric Potential,
Electric Potential Energy
and Capacitance
Conservation of Energy
Potential of Point Charges
Equipotential Surfaces
Chapter 18
Capacitance & Capacitors
2
Energy: Definitions
Websters dictionary:
Part 1
Energy t
Forces of Nature
Electric Charge
Electric Charges, Forces and
Fields
Coulombs Law
Chapter 17
Electric Field
Electric Field Lines
Flux of an Electric Field
2
Physics 111: Analysis of motion - 3 key ideas
Newtons laws of motion
Part 1
Conservation of Energy
Electric Current
Electric Current
and
Direct Current Circuits
Chapter 19
Resistance and Ohms Law
Power in Electric Circuits
Direct Current Circuits
Combination Circuits
Real life is mostly dynamic
Part 1
Electric Current
Chapters 17 and 18: Electrostatics
The Magnetic Field
Magnetism
Chapter 20
What creates magnetic fields?
Part 1
Unlike electrostatics:
Magnetic monopoles have never been detected.
There is no magnetic charge!
Any permanent magnet has two poles.
What if to cut a permanent magnet in half?
In
Name:
Rec. Instructor: _
_
Physics 1200
Fall 2013
Prof. Yang
Midterm 2
Oct. 30, 2013
Equation sheet
Quadratic Equation:
The solutions of ax2 + bx + c = 0 are x
b b 2 4ac
.
2a
Equations from Chapters 1 to 5 (in case you need them):
Equations of kinematic
Name:
Rec. Instructor: _
_
Physics 1200
Fall 2013
Prof. Yang
Midterm I
Oct. 2, 2013
Equation sheet
Quadratic Equation:
The solutions of ax2 + bx + c = 0 are x
Equations of kinematics
v v0 at
b b 2 4ac
.
2a
Projectile motion
v y v0 y a y t
1
x x0 v0 t at
9/23/2016
Lecture 0503
Work and Energy
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Work:
Work done by a constant force
W F x F x cos
Work can be both positive and negative.
Always state: the work by a specific force.
Unit: 1 joule=1Nm=1 Kg m2/s2
Work done by a changing
8/24/2016
Lecture 0102
1D Motion
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Measurement and Motion
Consider the physical quantities and variables in physics problems.
Make a list (text in):
1
8/24/2016
Measurement and Motion
Physical quantities and variables in physics p
9/7/2016
Lecture 0302
Force and Motion
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
A metal ball is dropped and hits the ground. When the
ball has penetrated well into the ground but hasnt yet
stopped, what is the relationship between the magnitudes
of the force FGB exerte
9/6/2016
Lecture 0301
Forces
Bao Physics 1250 Fall 2016
Analyzing Forces
Free Body Diagram
Identify a single object
Set up a reference frame
Find all real physical forces that the object is receiving
Label all real forces in the forms of , where A is
Q1 (page 9.2): A ball is dropped with zero initial velocity from a third floor window
(10 m above the ground). (|g|=10 m/s2)
How long does it take to reach the ground?
What is the velocity of the ball right before it hits the ground?
Solution
We model the