Final Exam Solutions:
Problem 1
D
vi = 0
h
a
v
vp
f
N
W
+y
Know:
h = 7.0m 4.0m = 3.0m
= 30o
= 0.28
H = 4.0 m
Wf
g
H W
L
+x
What is the distance between the edge of the roof and where the brick hits the ground?
Assume air resistance is small, neglect it.
Sample Quiz 3 Solutions
Problem 1.
vi
L
H = 20 ft
L = 16 ft
h = 12 ft
W = 100 lb
T = 400 lb
L- h
D
L
h
H
+y
T
vb
+x
2
D
W
d
What is the maximum distance from the tree when the maximum force on the rope is 400 lbs? Calculate
D + d.
Use the Pythagorean theo
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Lab Problem 4: Mechanical Energy and Temperature Change
Julia Erkens
9 October 14
Physics 1201W, Professor Ken Heller, TA Kaylee Ganser
Introduction
As part of an investigation to study the conversion of mechanical energy to thermal
energy we are testing
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used are those given below. Define all symbols and justify all mathematical expressions used. Make
sure to state all of the a
Group Quiz 1 Solution
Problem 1
FOCUS the PROBLEM
Picture and Given Information
v2 = const
P
v = const
n1
W
Sliding downhill
Question
f1
f2
n2
= 15o
m = 160 kg
v = 10 mph
f1 = ?
n1 = ?
W
Pulled by dog
= 20o
v2 = constant
f2 = ?
n2 = ?
P=?
What is force
Group Quiz 3
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Group Quiz 2 Solution
Problem 1
FOCUS the PROBLEM
Picture and Given Information
v
f
Question
W
n
P
Know:
W
V
seawater
B
With what force do you have to pull the sled to keep it moving at a constant
velocity?
Approach
Use forces
Sled goes at a constant velo
Sample Quiz 1 Solutions
Problem 1
FOCUS the PROBLEM
Picture and Given Information
T1
Fm1
T2
Fm2
W2
W1
Question
What is weight of object 2?
Approach
Add forces independently on each object.
Acceleration of each object is zero. Both objects are in equilibri
Individual Quiz 2 Solutions
Problem 1.
v1
+y
know
+x
gm
h
h
D
= 45o
to =0
D
xo=0
What is the ejection speed, v1?
Approach:
Use forces to determine the motion.
Perpendicular directions are independent.
yo = h
xf = D
yf = 0
gm = 0.4 g
Fx = ma x = 0
Fy =
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Individual Quiz 2 - Solutions
Problem 2.
+y
vf
vo
Know :
vo = 13 ft/s
h = 2 ft
yo = 0
to = 0
Question:
What is the angle the fish can spit a drop of water and barely hit the moth?
FG
h
+x
Approach:
The angle for barely hitting the moth occurs when the wat
Group Quiz 3 Solution
Problem 1
vo = 0
v
B
vmax
Know
vo = 0
V = volume of scrap
m = mass of scrap
vmax = terminal velocity
= density of water
a
R
mg
a
a=0
Question: What is the expression for the velocity with which the scrap falls as a function
of time
Problem 1: Circular Motion
Julia Erkens
19 October 2014
Physics 1201W, Professor Ken Heller, TA Kaylee Ganser
Introduction
As part of a study on a centrifuge in a microbiology laboratory, we are asked to
calculate the acceleration of a test tube as a func
Group Quiz 1
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used are those given below. Define all symbols and justify all mathematical expressions used. Make
sure to
Individual Quiz 3 Solutions
Free body diagram
Problem 2
a
L
L
+x
W
A
D
v = 400 mph
A = 20,000 ft
= 2.0o
W = 100 x 103 lbs
Question: what is the distance from airport?
Use dynamics. F = ma
System: plane
Uniform circular motion: a =
W = mg
!
!
Target: D
[1
Lab Problem 1: Power and Temperature Change
Julia Erkens
7 December 14
Physics 1201W, Professor Ken Heller, TA Kaylee Ganser
Introduction
As part of an investigation on biological mechanisms, we are using a calorimetric
device to measure the rate that ene
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sur
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Quiz 4 Solutions
Problem 1.
x
d
Before firing cannon
d = 0.1 L
v = 10 ft/s
L = 10 ft
s = 2.0 ft
v
m
At highest point
h
L
Fs
Hanging on the spring
s
mg
Question: What is the height of the highest point above the starting position?
Approach: Use conservatio
Individual Quiz 2
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Problem 2
FOCUS the PROBLEM
Picture and Given Information
Fa
Fs1
Fs2
Know
k = spring constant, all the same
d = distance springs are compressed
from their equilibrium.
= angle between the sides of the
triangle = 60o
What is the
Ryder Anderson
HSCI 1715
Professor Thomas
11/21/16
The Capturing of the Punch Card
The punch card was captured for a multitude of reasons. It would allow a machine to
perform different functions based on where it was punched. The punch card started as a w
Lab II, Problem 7 and Lab III, Problem 6: Spring Mechanical
Energy and Measuring Spring Constants
Anderson
November 6, 2016
Physics 1301W, Professor: Marshak, TA: Wang
Abstract
The constant of a spring was found based on its change in height, and mass att
Syllabus for MATH 1272: Calculus II (Fall 2016)
Lecture 040
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only allowed materials are a simple scientific calculator (non-programmable, non-graphing
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QUIZ#1
Sept.24,2015
This is a closedbook and closednotes exam. The
only allowed material is a simple scientific
calculator(nonprogrammable,nongraphing).
You must write
fullsolutions
,statinganyassumpti