GSS Exam 2 Review Sheet
GSS Leader- Ezra Shoen
1. Determine the electrical force of attraction between two balloons that are charged
with the opposite type of charge but the same quantity of charge. The charge on the
balloons is 6.0 x 10-7 C and they are
Homework 8 - Torque
T = Fdsin()
Ttot = 0 at equilibrium
( is angle between direction of force and direction of "lever")
(about any point)
Notes:
Set counterclockwise torque is positive and clockwise torque is negative
1. Shown are six figures in which a s
Homework 3 2D Motion
Useful equations:
vy = ayt
y = vyit + 1/2 ayt2
vyf2 - vyi2 = 2 ayy
x = vxt
x = -vi2sin(2)/ay
(Note: Use ONLY if the initial and final heights are the same)
1. A skier is accelerating down a = 25.7 hill at a =3.61 m/s2, as seen in figu
Homework 6 - Momentum
Some Useful Equations:
px = mvx
ptotf = ptoti
vaf = (vai(ma-mb) + 2mbvbi)/(ma+mb)
vaf = (mavai + mbvbi)/(ma+mb)
I = Ft = p
- Totally Elastic
- Totally Plastic
1.a The red cart and blue cart (both with mass 0.500 kg) are on a track as
Homework 11
Useful Equations:
F = kx
Espring = 1/2kx2
f = 1/T
Tspring = 2(m/k)
Tpendulum = 2(L/g)
c = f
c = (T/)
An elastic cord is 70.5 cm long when a weight of 101 N hangs from it but is 77.0 cm long when a
weight of 135 N hangs from it. What is the "sp
Homework 4a, 4b and extra credit
Some Useful Equations:
F = ma
Fg = mg
(standing on earth)
Fg = Gm1m2/r2
(everywhere else)
G = 6.674e-11 m3/(kgs2) = 6.674e-11 Nm2/kg2
fs = sN
fk = kN
1. Gravitational Force
At what altitude above the Earth's surface would
Homework 9
Useful Equations
F = PA
P = gD (D = fluid depth)
Fboyancy = surVg
Flift = (sur-obj)Vg = Fboyancy - weight
= m/V
Units:
Pressure in Pa = N/m2
1 atm = 101,325 Pa
air = 1.23 kg/m3
water = 1000.0 kg/m3
seawater = 1024 kg/m3
Problem 1
The maximum p
Homework 7 Centripetal Motion
Helpful Equations & Conversions:
ac = v2/r
Fc = mv2/r
1 rotation = 2r; rpm = revolutions (rotations) per minute; 1 mph = 0.44704 m/s; 100 cm = 1 m
1. An air puck of mass 0.150 kg is tied to a string and allowed to revolve in
1. Describe the way that energy fluctuates through a system of a ball as it is thrown into the air.
2. How does the kinetic energy of a skateboarder change as she dips down from the highest
point and starts heading down the half pipe? How does her potenti
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\W 1. A 500 g cart is released from rest 1.00 m from the bottom ofa frictio
Exam II Review Session
Chapter 9: Impulse and Momentum
1. A 500 g cart is released from rest 1.00 m from the bottom of a frictionless, 30.0
ramp. The cart rolls down the ramp and bounces off a rubber block at the
bottom. Figure P9.29 shows the for
Pendulums and Damping
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Physical Pendulum: ms
Angular Frequency: w = W e 2771f
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Concepts:
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Gravitational Constant: Q 4 .7 x l 0- N-ml
Gravitational Potential Energy:
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Questions:
1. Estimate the force of attraction between a 5
Simple Harmonic Motion
Concepts:
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Angular Frequency:
Simple Harmonic Motion:
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Maximum Velocity:
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Problems:
1. An airtrack glider is attached to a spring. The glider i
Simple Harmonic Motion
Concepts:
Period:
Frequency:
Angular Frequency:
Simple Harmonic Motion:
Maximum Velocity:
Problems:
1. An air-track glider is attached to a spring. The glider is pulled to the right and
released at rest at t = 0 s. It then oscillate
Gravity in Depth
Concepts:
Newtons Law of Gravity:
Gravitational Constant:
Gravitational Potential Energy:
Questions:
1. Estimate the force of attraction between a 50 kg woman and a 70 kg man sitting
1.0 m apart. (Physics fo
Is Fluid Density and Pressure
Concepts:
Density:
Pressure:
Absolute Pressure:
Pascals Law:
Problems:
1. Consider a gas confined to a container by means of a piston area 40 cm2. If a
perpendicular force 20 N is exerted on
Pendulums and Damping
Concepts:
Simple Pendulum:
Angular Frequency:
Physical Pendulum:
Angular Frequency:
Damping:
Angular Frequency:
Questions:
1. A mass on a string of unknown length oscillates as a pendulum with a period of 4.0 s.
What is the period if
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Vg'eL/Q/ Phys410/F 16/Hassam/Midterm 2
1 hr 40 min , 1 sheet 2sided Box all important results
Problem 1 (20 points)
Find the equation of the path joining the origin (0,0) to the point (1,1) in the x-y plane
that makes the integral i dx (y2 +
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g 6 (mg mg
Phys410/F16/Hassam/Midterm 1
1 hr 30 min 1 sheet 2-sided Box all important results
Problem 1 (20 points)
A projectile mass m is shot from the origin at speed v0, at an angle or with reSpect to the
horizontal xaxis. There is gravity downward
Phys410/F16
Homework Problems
From Classical Mechanics, by Taylor
Homework to be turned in in hardcopy on due date, in class.
Problem Set 1
due 09/08/16
Ch 1: 6, 9, 17, 23, 28, 31, 36, 39
Ch 2: 5 (solve explicitly for v(t), using the method Taylor uses)
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