LINEAR MOTION OF A SYSTEM OF PARTICLES
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Define the center-of-mass of a system and describe how
its motion is independent of the forces within the
syst
NEWTONS THIRD LAW OF MOTION
NEWTONS THIRD LAW
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this lecture, you
should be able to:
Describe the meaning and application of Newtons Third Law of
Motion (action-reaction law).
Use tilted
THERMODYNAMIC EFFICIENCY
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Calculate the net heat flow in or the work done by a gas
during various steps of a cyclic process;
Calculate the efficiency o
The One Equation
Three equations for the Professors with genius implied,
Seven for the TAs with board-work honed,
Nine for Poor Students doomed to die,
One for Dr. Bieniek on his dark throne
In the World of Physics where the problems lie.
One equation to
WORK IN THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Explain what is meant by state variables;
Explain why work done by a gas is PdV work;
Calculate the work do
DEEP THOUGHTS
by Jack Handey
To me, clowns aren't funny. In fact, they're kinda
scary. I've wondered where this started and I think
it goes back to the time I went to the circus and a
clown came up to me and punched me in the
stomach.
Announcements - 1
1.
HEAT ENERGY AND TRANSPORT
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Describe the difference between heat and
temperature.
Calculate the amount of heat energy that must be
absorbed or expelle
1. Test 3 average score = 134/ 180 ( 74.2 %)
DEEP THOUGHTS
High = 180/180 (five students achieved this!)
by Jack Handey
Sp08 Test 3
For mad scientists who keep brains in jars,
Test avg. = 133.6 (74.2%)
here's a tip: why not add a slice of lemon to
# of St
INTERFERENCE PHENOMENA
Superposition
If two waves occupy the same
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Analyze the superposition of two traveling waves that
occupy the same region at the
1. No announcements.
DEEP THOUGHTS
by Jack Handey
It's easy to sit there and say you'd like to have
more money. And I guess that's what I like
about it. It's easy. Just sitting there, rocking
back and forth, wanting that money.
Announcements - 1
Announcem
WAVE MOTION
Basic Wave Properties
Learning Objectives
A wave is a self-propagating disturbance in a medium.
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Explain how a traveling wave is a disturbance in a media
rath
1. Approximate Test 3 average score = ~133/ 180 ( 74%)
DEEP THOUGHTS
by Jack Handey
Consider the daffodil. And while you're doing
that, I'll be over here, looking through your
stuff.
High = 180/180 (achieved by at least 3 students!)
2. You can view your T
STATIC FLUIDS
Pressure in a Fluid
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Determine the pressure at a particular point in a fluid
below its surface;
Analyze basic problems involving hydrau
1. A Physics 23 Test is tomorrow from 5:00-6:00 p.m.
DEEP THOUGHTS
by Jack Handey
No calculators can be used during the test. You take it
in an assigned room based on your recitation section.
We tend to scoff at the beliefs of the ancients. But
we cant sc
REVIEW: ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS & OSCILLATIONS
INVICTUS by William Ernest Henley (1849-1903)
Out of the night that covers me,
Black as the Pit from pole to pole,
I thank whatever gods may be
For my unconquerable soul.
In the fell clutch of circumstance
I have
DEEP THOUGHTS
by Jack Handey
Instead of trying to build newer and bigger
weapons of destruction, we should be thinking
about getting more use out of the ones we already
have.
Announcements - 1
1. On Test 3, some multiple-choice questions may be
algebraic
GENERAL OSCILLATORY MOTION
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Use the general differential equation for SHM to predict
the period and frequency of oscillation in a variety of
systems u
ROTATIONAL KINEMATICS & ENERGETICS
Learning Objectives
After you complete the homework associated with this
lecture, you should be able to:
Describe the motion (i.e., the kinematics) of circular
motion in terms of angular quantities.
Describe the corres
PROBLEM SOLVING USING ENERGY AND MOMENTUM
Example:
You are pushing a
sled of mass M up an undulating
hill with a rough surface with
coefficient of friction . You are
restricted to push only horizontally
with a constant force P. At the
P
starting point, yo
Fall 2012
Rec Sec Letter
Physics 23
TEST 3 (4 pages)
Print LAST Name:
and First Name:
RJ Bieniek
Worked Solution
Points for a question are indicated in parentheses. Your solution to a
question with OSE in front of it MUST begin with an Official Starting
E
Basic Math
MiniTest
Phys 23, Fall 2012a
Rec Sec Letter
Print LAST Name:
Print First Name:
When you answer, put the requested quantity on the left side of an
equal sign & BOX it and your answer on a single line
10 points for each correct answer
Calculators
Spring 2012
Rec Sec Letter
Physics 23
TEST 2 (4 pages)
Print LAST Name:
RJ Bieniek
and First Name:
Worked Solution
Points for a question are indicated in parentheses. Your solution to a
question with OSE in front of it MUST begin with an Official Starting