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01 - Motion Graphs
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10 - Applying Newton's 2nd Law - 2 blocks
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12 - Bonus assignment for Newton's 2nd Law and friction
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03 - Vector Components
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21 - Rotations.
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27 - Oscillations, Waves
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02 - Motion with constant acceleration
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04 - Position, Velocity and Acceleration as vectors
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PHYSICS 211 EXAM 1
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Physics 211, Exam 3
Name:
Recitation section number:
There are four questions worth 25 points each, and a possible 10 points extra credit.
A perfect score on this exam is thus 110/100.
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Physics 211 Practice Exam 2
Question 1:
A train consists of a locomotive with a mass mL and two cars with mass mc . The rear of the
locomotive is coupled to the front of the first car, and the front of the second car is coupled
to the rear of the first ca
Physics 211 Practice Exam 2
Question 1:
This problem requires you to think carefully about which forces are present on the train cars,
and also to remember how static friction is involved in traction. Youll also need to do some
basic kinematics to figure
Reference Sheet
Centripetal acceleration of an object in uniform circular motion: ac =
2
vT
r
or 2 r
Tangential velocity vT = r
Tangential acceleration aT = r
Newtons second law: F~ = m~a
Newtons third law: F~A on B = F~B on A
Momentum p~ = m~v
Maximum fo
Physics 211 Practice Exam 3
Question 1:
A rope is wound around a spool with radius R and mass M . A bucket of mass m hangs
from the spool, suspended over a well of depth h. The bucket is released from rest and falls
down the well, spinning the spool as it
Physics 211 Exam 1 Reference Sheet
The quadratic formula: if Ax2 + Bx + C = 0, then
x=
B
B 2 4AC
2A
Constant-acceleration distance and velocity relations (one dimension):
1
s(t) = at2 + v0 t + s0
2
v(t) =at + v0
where the constant acceleration is a, the
Physics 211 Exam 1
Problem 1 Problem 2 Problem 3 Problem 4 Problem 5 Total
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Name:
Recitation section number:
There are five questions worth a total of 115 points, with a possibility of 10 points extra credit.
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