Chapter 4 Review Notes
Kinetic Energy and Work
One of the most basic types of energy learned in introductory physics is Kinetic Energy.
Definition 1 (Kenetic Energy). is the energy a object has while being in motion
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Chapter 1 Review Notes
Newtons Laws of Motion
Definition 1 (Mechanics). is the study of how things move.
Classical Mechanics describes the 3 formulations of mechanics:
Chapter 8 Review Notes
Two-Body Central Force Problems:
Note 1. Remember to pay attention to the dots so you can identify when it is a time
This chapter covers two bodies which exert a force on each other but are not su
Chapter 9 Review Notes
Mechanics in Non-inertial Reference Frames
Acceleration Without Rotation
Consider an inertial reference frame (i.e not accelerating) which will be denoted S0 , and a accelerating reference frame, S that h
Chapter 3 Review Notes
Momentum and Angular Momentum
Conservation of Momentum
In Chapter 1, the definition of Force was written as the derivative of momentum:
p = F ext =
Where Fext is the total external force on the
Chapter 2 Review Notes
Projectiles and Charged Particles
Definition 1 (Air Resistance). is the force that opposes the motion of the projectile. This is
referred to as a drag force.
Air resistance is similar to fr
Assignment 9. 28-Oct-2005
(Hints added, 2005-Nov-05)
1. Kleppner and Kolenkow, chapt.2, problem 2.20.
Solve for the accelerations of all the elements of this pedagogical machine, a1 , a2 and a3 .
If mass 3 starts at t = 0 at a height h above the bottom
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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
8.022 Electricity and Magnetism
9:35 - 10:55 AM, Monday Feb. 28, 2011
There are four problems worth a total of 100 points.
Answer all problems