Physics 11 Homework #2
Due at noon on Friday, September 18, 2015
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Physics 11 Homework #8
Due at noon on Friday, November 6, 2015
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Physics 11 Homework #7
Due at noon on Friday, October 30, 2015
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Physics 11 Homework #1
Due at noon on Friday, September 11, 2015
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Physics 11 Homework #3
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Physics 11 Homework #5
Due at noon on Friday, October 9, 2015
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Physics 11 Homework #9
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Physics 11 Homework #4
Due at noon on Friday, October 2, 2015
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Physics 11 Homework #2
Due at noon on Friday, September 15, 2017
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Physics 11 Homework #1
Due at noon on Friday, September 8, 2017
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Physics 11 Homework #5
Due at noon on Friday, October 13, 2017
Each problem is worth 10 points, unless otherwise indicated.
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Physics 11 Homework #4
Due at noon on Friday, September 29, 2017
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PHYSICS 11 FALL 2017
Homework Solutions #4
1.
A lamp of mass m = 4.26 kg is hanging from
wires as shown in the diagram.
a) Find the tensions in the three wires. Draw
appropriate free-body diagrams to
PHYSICS 11 FALL 2017
Homework Solutions #3
1. Bill drops a cantaloupe from the top of a building. At the same moment, Katniss
releases an arrow straight up from the bottom of the building. When the ar
PHYSICS 11 FALL 2017
Homework Solutions #2
1.
Jim and Betty normally get along fine, but when theyre traveling they tend to
quarrel. By the time they got on the moving sidewalk at the airport they wer
PHYSICS 11 FALL 2017
Homework Solutions #1
1. Comment on these three signs in terms of the ideas of units and unit conversions,
precision and significant figures, dimensional analysis, and anything el
LABORATORY 4: WORK AND ENERGY
Introduction
Work is a measure of energy transfer. When positive work is done on an object, there is an increase in
its kinetic or potential energy. In order to do work o
LABORATORY 3: ACCELERATION OF A SYSTEM OF TWO OBJECTS
Introduction
We measure the motion of a cart rolling on a horizontal track connected by a string to a falling mass.
The equipment needed is shown
LABORATORY 1: FLUIDS
Introduction
A fluid is a substance that has no rigidity. Fluids do not have fixed shapes; they are not able to
permanently resist shear forces that act to alter their shapes. Flu
LABORATORY 5: BALLISTIC PENDULUM
Introduction
In this experiment we use a ballistic pendulum to study an inelastic collision. The device is a
simplified version of equipment formerly used to measure t
LABORATORY 6: ROTATIONAL INERTIA
Introduction
The only motion of a rigid object mounted on a fixed axis that can be produced by an applied force is
rotation about that axis. The effect of the applied
LABORATORY 2: FREE-FALL ACCELERATION
Introduction
The gravitational force on an object of mass m at a distance r from the center of the earth is
2
where G is the universal gravitational constant and M
Physics 1/11
Lab 3 pre-lab questions
Force (N)
1. Find the area under the curve below. How does this area compare to the work done by the
force shown?
3
2
1
1
2
3
4
Displacement (m)
2. Which of the fo
Physics 1/11
Lab 2 pre-lab questions
1. When timing the carts runs along the track, how far behind the first photogate should the
cart be released? Why is this important?
2. How would our recorded tim
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Lab 4 pre-lab questions
1. Safety quiz!
a. What should you check before firing the spring gun?
b. For example, where is a good place to put your computer during this lab?
2. Using the fol
Lab 2: Free-Fall Acceleration
Fall 2015
Prelab 2
1) In this lab you will drop a piece of paper with a weight attached at the end of it through a device
which makes marks on the paper at a constant tim
Physics 1/11
Lab 5 pre-lab questions
1. In part 2 of the lab, when wrapping the string around the wheel, which of the following
wrapping methods seems best? Be sure to explain why?
a
c
b
d
2. Assuming
Day 1!
Professor (SEH bee)
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A course designed to study the motion of small objects, dominated by friction
Reynolds n
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Probability A Review of some basic concepts
Gary R. Goldstein
Probability is a subject in mathematics that gets covered in high school, usually without much
context. In quantum phy
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Notes on Physics Lectures
Lecture 12:
1. Bohrs Model: Only discrete orbits allowed (the quantum condition for angular
momentum quantization): En = (-13.67 eV) / n2
a. For