Problem Set 3 Due: Tuesday, June 2; In class.
Unless I say it isnt there, gravity is there. Its magnitude is 10?2
For each exercise, you must derive all equations that will allow you to get your
numbers. Consider these practice questions for Test 2 as wel
Physics 213 - Problem Set 1
Assigned: May 27, 2014; Due: Friday; May 29, 2015 (In Class)
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The magnitude of gravity is 10 s2
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Conversions
Convert: 75 square meters to square inches; 80 meters per second to miles
per hour; 200 gallons per minute to cubic
Physics 213 - Problem Set ? - Due: Tuesday; June '16
1. Bernoulli Equation Water starts moving at 107: at the top of the hill
at a pressure of 1 atm. It moves down a pipe and exits at the bottom. The
change in height is 5 meters. If the radius of the pipe
Physics 213 Problem Set 8 Due: Wed, June 17
1. A 200g mass oscillates on a spring with a frequency of 8 Hz. What is the
spring constant? If you doubled the mass, how would the period change? If
you doubled gravity, how would the period change?
2. You have
Problem Set 4 - Physics 213 - Due: Monday, June 8; 5pm.
1. A disk rotates 33.5 times in 75 seconds. What is its period and frequency?
If its radius is 2 meters, what is the magnitude of its acceleration and velocity
for a point at the edge of the disk?
2.
Physics 213 - PS2 - Due: Friday; June 1, in class
For the two vectors in problems 1 through 7, what is their resultant and
equilibrant in polar and component form? (Resultant = A + B)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
A = 3m at 0 , B = 3m at 90
A = 3m at 135 , B = 3
Physics 213 - Problem Set 1
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Due: Tuesday; February 9, 2016, 5pm The magnitude of gravity is 10 s2
Convert the following:
1. 3 Feet into nanometers.
2. 20 cubic miles per year into gallons per second.
3. 100 meters per second into furlongs per fortnight.
Physics 213 - Problem Set 5 (PS5) - Due: Tuesday; June 9
In this problem set, you are not allowed to use my favorite and second favorite
equation.
1. From Problem Set 4, determine the nal velocity of the objects for problems 4-9.
2. At the top of a 30m hi
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Due: June 10 Physics 213
1. One truck is heading east at 80 miles per hour. Its mass is 3000 kg. A car
(m=1000kg) is heading north at 40 miles per hour. They collide and stick
together. How much energy is lost in the collision? What is the velocity a
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Student ID:
Test 1 * GAMMA
February 21, 2013
Physics 213
University of Mississippi
No notes 1101" books are allowed.
All pages must be stapled together.
Show all work. I aim not a psychic.
Maximum grade: 100 points
Some stuff that magr be useful:
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Experiement 6: Coefficient of Friction
Kathryn Webb
10/12/15
Results/Graphs:
Trial
0.5 kg
1.0 kg
1.5 kg
2.0 kg
2.5 kg
Trial Measurements and Calculations
Fmax
Fk
2.556 N
1.314 N
5.308 N
2.183 N
5.759 N
3.152 N
9.370 N
4.202 N
12.230 N
5.087 N
The Coeffici
Experiment 10: Archimedes Principle
Kathryn Webb
11/9/2015
Results/Graphs:
Method
Overflow Method
Direct Mass
Displacement
Method
Method
Overflow Method
Direct Mass
Displacement
Method
Average Density
Theoretical Density
Percent Error
Brass
.246 N
.320 N
Test 1-A Name,
Physics 213 Test 1-A Total points (40): l O / «9 #(O HO C #0
Total points (185): l 2 9
Instructions: You must do problem 1. Then select three of the other four problems and
cross out the omitted problem. Write the solutions on the test. Sho