Newtons Laws of Motion
Chapter 5
Introduction
So far weve described motion of a body in terms of
r, v, and a without considering the causes of
motion.
We will now discuss the causes of motion, a field of
study called dynamics.
2 main factors to conside
Rotational Kinematics and
Energy
Chapter 10
The Angular Quantities
(Angular Position, Velocity and Acceleration)
For a body moving in a straight line, we
are interested in its position, velocity and
acceleration of the body as a whole.
We describe rotat
Chapter 2
One-Dimensional Kinematics
Motion
A movement from one place to another. There are 3
types : (1) Translational Ex: A car moving down a
highway) (2) Rotational Ex: A child on merry-go
round(3)Vibrational Ex: To and fro movement of a
pendulum
Mec
Linear Momentum and
Conservation
INTRODUCTION
The concept of momentum is introduced
We discuss the conservation nature of
momentum.
Conservation of momentum (like energy
conservation) is a powerful tool for solving
problems especially problems involvin
Two-Dimensional Kinematics
Chapter 4
Introduction
We extend kinematics to two dimensions in
order to consider a wider range of physical
phenomena like a projectile motion.
Projectile motion refers to motion of objects that
are initially launched and mov
Introduction
Measurements and Units
Physics attempts to describe nature in an objective way
through measurements
Measurement of a physical quantity involves the
comparison of it with some precisely defined unit value
of the quantity
A measurement has M
PH 103-Homework- Chapter 8 : DUE 11/6/13
1)
(A) 10 J from A to B and 24 J from B to C
(C) 32 J from A to B and 0 J from B to C
(B) 0J from A to B and 32 J from B to C
(D) 24 J from A to B and 0 J from B to C
Figure 8-1
An object of mass 2 kg is held at th
Introduction
Measurements and Units
Physics attempts to describe nature in an objective way
through measurements
Measurement of a physical quantity involves the
comparison of it with some precisely defined unit value
of the quantity
A measurement has M
Newtons Laws of Motion
Chapter 5
Introduction
So far weve described motion of a body in terms of
r, v, and a without considering the causes of
motion.
We will now discuss the causes of motion, a field of
study called dynamics.
2 main factors to conside
Potential Energy and
Conservation of Energy
Chapter 8
Conservative and Nonconservative
Forces
Forces can be classified as conservative or
nonconservative according to whether the work
done by the force is stored in the form of energy
that can be released
Introduction
Measurements and Units
Physics attempts to describe nature in an objective way
through measurements
Measurement of a physical quantity involves the
comparison of it with some precisely defined unit value
of the quantity
A measurement has M
Applications of Newtons Laws
INTRODUCTION
We introduce new types of forces and
new classes of systems and apply
Newtons laws to them.
Topics covered are frictional forces,
Strings and Springs, Translational
Equilibrium, Connected Objects and
Circular Mo
Linear Momentum and
Conservation
INTRODUCTION
The concept of momentum is introduced
We discuss the conservation nature of
momentum.
Conservation of momentum (like energy
conservation) is a powerful tool for solving
problems especially problems involvin
Linear Momentum and
Conservation
INTRODUCTION
The concept of momentum is introduced
We discuss the conservation nature of
momentum.
Conservation of momentum (like energy
conservation) is a powerful tool for solving
problems especially problems involvin
Two-Dimensional Kinematics
Chapter 4
Introduction
We extend kinematics to two dimensions in
order to consider a wider range of physical
phenomena like a projectile motion.
Projectile motion refers to motion of objects that
are initially launched and mov
PH 103 Homework Chapter 2 : DUE 9/8/14
1) Suppose that an object travels from one point in space to another. Make a comparison
between the displacement and the distance traveled.
A) The displacement is either greater than or equal to the distance traveled