Specific Heat and Latent Heat
Many processes require raising or lowering the temperature
of some substance. We need to understand how much
energy that requires.
Determine the energy required to raise the temperature of an object by
Describing 1-D Motion
We will be analyzing moving objects all
semester. In this section, we are describing
how they move (not why). This is what we
Learn definitions, both numerically and graphically, of displaceme
Newtons Laws of Motion
We have covered kinematics, so we now know how to
describe motion. We now need to understand why an
object moves in that particular way; that is, we want to
understand the dynamics of the problem.
that the ball and earth exert on
within the system exert
there are no exte
11. (c) The net
+10 kg-m/s) equals the total mome
12. (b) The collision between th
to the total kinetic ener
7 (c) Since the net e
Motivation: Energy is frequently transferred through systems in the form of
a wave. We need to understand how to describe them.
Learn to distinguish between transverse and longitudinal
Learn the parameters describing a periodic wa
Many physical quantities that we will be studying
are vectors. We need to know how to interpret and
Describe vector quantities from two complementary perspectives:
(1) magnitude and direction; (2) components
We must learn how to mathematically manipulate vectors,
since we will need to do this all semester.
Learn how to perform algebraic operations with vectors and scalars
Analyze word problems in 2D motion and convert th
Physics 102 Introductory Physics I Spring 2010
Monday 22 March
Read Chapter 9 Sections 9.1 9.4 in our text by Cutnell & Johnson
before next lecture
Homework 7 on WileyPLUS due Wednesday March 24 at 11:00 pm
Hour Exam 3 on Friday
Thermodynamic Cycles & Heat Engines
Understanding how heat engines convert heat to mechanical
Learn what a heat engine is and how its efficiency is defined.
Analyze a simple heat engine and determine its efficiency.
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ANSWERS T O FOCUS ON CONCEPTS QUESTIONS
1. (c) It is indeed the direction in which the disturbance occurs that distinguishes the two types
2. (a) As one domino topples against the next one in line, it is moving