PHYS2050
Fall 2013
Dr. Paulius
Exam 2
Homecoming Edition
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derived. Be sure to include units on your answer.
1) (4 pts) A train is acceler
Exam 4
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Phys 205, Spring 2005
10 pts.
1.Assume that the moon orbits the earth in a circular orbit. Based on the observed
orbital period of 27.3 days, use the gravitational attraction between the earth and
moon to calculate the distance o
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001 10.0 points
Consider a piece of string which is placed
along th
Chapter 9
Linear Momentum and Collisions
Prep materials
Two carts for demo
Newtons cradle
Astroblaster
Car Crash Video
Which would you prefer?
A) All
lectures replaced with on-line
content
B) One lecture as an on-line module
(what we are doing now)
C)All
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A car tra
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The following two questions concern
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REMINDER: Equilibrium means that the
object is not accelerating (sum of the
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A colony of troglodytes has been in a lengthy
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µk Fn
m
0.035(667 N)
=−
67.9918 kg
= −0.34335 m/s2
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REMINDER: Equil
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An automobile moves at constant speed
down one hil
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An automobile moves at constant speed
down one hill and up
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The vectors A and B are given by
A =
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The vectors A and B are given by
A =
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A car travels 2.98
Chapter 13 - Gravity
Newton's law of gravity
Gravity acts between any two objects that have mass. You can calculate the magnitude of the
force from:
mm
Fg = G 1 2 2
r12
Where G = 6.67x10-11 Nm2/kg2 is the universal gravitational constant. (Use it for any
Chapter 4.4 and 4.5
Circular Motion
Because of its recent budget problems, the
State of Michigan decides to replace its
experienced highway engineers with cheap
college students (namely - YOU!).
Knowing that you have taken physics, they
want you to design
Ch 13 Gravity
Newtons Law of Gravitation
inverse square law
In vector form
m1m2
F12 = G 2 r12
r
sign indicates an attractive force
G is the universal gravitational constant
G = 6.673 x 10-11 Nm2 / kg2
Gravitational Potential Energy
for the Earth
Choose th
Exam 3 on Monday
Exam 3 will cover:
Will need Ch 6
Chapter 7, sections 1-7
Chapter 8 sections 1-4
Chapter 9, sections 1-6
A 2.0-kg object moving with a velocity of 5.0
m/s in the positive x direction strikes and
sticks to a 3.0-kg object moving with a
spe
Chapter 9
Linear Momentum and Collisions
Tony (of mass 60 kg) coasts on his bicycle (of mass 10 kg) at a constant speed
of 5 m/s, carrying a 5 kg pack. Tony throws his pack forward, in the direction of
his motion, at 10 m/s relative to the ground just
bef
Chapter 7
Energy
of
a
System
Group Work Fed Ex Project
Some very nice work!
Winners of the Bonus Extra Credit Were:
Groups 1, 2 and 6
- Solutions included Power Point Slides and Numerical Methods
Question 3 asks for the largest "magnitude" for the dot
Well call the downward object number 1. The upward object number 2. In
general we have,
y = yi + vi t
12
gt
2
(1)
For objects under free fall (a = g ). Then we simply set up this equation for
each object.
An object is thrown downward with an initial speed
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Consider a piece of string which is placed
along the x-axis.
Ch 3 Vectors
Answer = a
II
I
III
IV
Vector Addition Example Collecting
geological samples
A geophysicist begins a collecting data from various
sites. She starts off at her car and walks 40 km
southwest from her car. She stops and sets up her tent
for the