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10.1 ENERGY IN ROTATIONAL MOTION PRACTICE PROBLEMS
1. Consider a particle of mass m = 24.0 kg revolving around an
Lab #2 The Addition and Resolution of Vectors: The Force Table
Readings
Before you begin this laboratory assignment, you should complete the homework assignments for this lesson and read chapter 3 sec
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PRACTICE PROBLEMS SET 2.1
1. A child does 350 J of work while pulling a box from the ground up to his tree
PH117-HMWK-1.8: While driving in an exotic foreign land you see a speed limit sign on a highway that reads 180,000 furlongs per fortnight. How many miles per hour is this? (One furlong is 1/8 mile, an
Physics 590 Homework, Week 3
Week 3, Homework 1
Prob. 3.1.1
A bicyclist climbs a hill at 10 km/h and then descends at constant speed returning to her starting point. Her average speed for the trip is
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PROJECTILE MOTION 4.1 1. A physics book slides off a horizontal table top with a speed of 1.10 m/
Order-of-Magnitude Physics
Understanding the World with Dimensional Analysis, Educated Guesswork, and White Lies
Sanjoy Mahajan University of Cambridge Sterl Phinney California Institute of Technology
Work
Work = Force distance (the force must be parallel to movement) OR Work = (Force)(cos )(distance) When you are determining the force parallel to the movement you can do this manually and keep trac
Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension
2.1
2.1.1
The Important Stu
Position, Time and Displacement
We begin our study of motion by considering objects which are very small in comparison to the size of thei
Uncertainty Propagation
Addition and Subtraction
For any combination of addition or subtraction, the absolute error in the result is equal to the sum of the absolute uncertainties of the parts. If F =
Unit 1.5 Propagation of Errors (Adding and Subtracting)
7. Propagation of Errors, Basic Rules Suppose we are given two measured quantities x and y and that these quantities have uncertainties, x and y
Kinematics Part 1: constant acceleration
Motion
in
one
dimension
(horizontal)
with
Three important kinematic equations:
rrr v = v0 + at 1. rr r 1r x x0 = v0 t + at 2 2 2.
3.
v 2 = v 0 + 2a ( x x 0 )
2
Vectors and Scalars
Honors Physics
Scalar
A SCALAR is ANY quantity in physics that has MAGNITUDE, but NOT a direction associated with it. Magnitude A numerical value with units. Scalar Example Speed D
Types of forces Free-body Diagrams Contact Forces: Normal force: Frictional force: ! f !N to contact surface | to contact surface
! N ! f
Simulation: The Ramp look at forces on box when the incline an
Summary of Rules for Error Propagation
Suppose you measure some quantities a, b, c, . with uncertainties a, b, c, . . Now you want to calculate some other quantity Q which depends on a and b and so fo
Propagating Uncertainties
Chemistry BC3368y
Every experimental quantity x has associated with it an uncertainty If the quantity is reported as x x, then x is the absolute uncertainty Absolute uncertai
FORMULAS CHAPTER 7: W = F cos ! s
(
)
K = 1 mv2 2
Wtotal = !K
Pav = !W !t
U grav = mgy
U el = 1 kx 2 2
K i + U i + Wother = K f + U f
CHAPTER 8:
P = Fv
p = mv
CHAPTER 9: s != r ! = !0 + "t
! F = lim "
Guidelines for a Physics Lab Reports
A laboratory report has three main functions: (1) To provide a record of the experiments and raw data included in the report, (2) To provide sufficient information