Chapter 12
Equilibrium and Elasticity
Equilibrium and Elasticity
I. Equilibrium
- Definition
- Requirements
- Static equilibrium
II. Center of gravity
III. Elasticity
- Tension and compression
- Shearing
- Hydraulic stress
I. Equilibrium
- Definition: An
Physics EXAM #2
Ch.5
Q. A body suspended by a rope has a weigh W of 75N. Is T equal to, greater
than, or less than 75N when the body is moving downward at (a) increasing
speed and (b) decreasing speed?
The figure below shows a train of four blocks being p
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Measurements
Metric Measurements
The metric system is used by over 90% of the world. The system used by the remaining 10% of the
world, including the United States, is called the English system. The metric system is referred to as the
Internation
Linear momentum and
Collisions
Chapter 9
Center of mass and linear momentum
I.
II.
The center of mass
- System of particles /
- Solid body
Newtons Second law for a system of particles
III. Linear Momentum
- System of particles / - Conservation
IV. Collisi
Statistics 4852
Spring 2013
Final
Name
Part I. Please circle the most appropriate answer.
In all the following questions cfw_at is a discrete, purely random process such that E(at ) = 0,
2
V ar(at ) = z > 0, Cov(at , at+k ) = 0, k = 0. k is the theoretic
Chapter 11
Angular Momentum
Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum
I. Rolling
- Kinetic energy
- Forces
II. Torque
III. Angular momentum
- Definition
IV. Newtons second law in angular form
V. Angular momentum
- System of particles
- Rigid body
- Conservati
Rotational Kinematics
and Energy
Rotational Motion
Up until now we have been looking at the
kinematics and dynamics of translational motion
that is, motion without rotation. Now we will widen
our view of the natural world to include objects that
both rot
COT 4500 Problem Set Solutions
1. Use four-gidit (a) rounding, (b) chopping arithmethic to perform the following calculation:
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Compute the absolute and relative error for both parts using a true value that is