3/4/2015 Review Test Submission: Test 1
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Review Test Submission: Test 1
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Course PHY 121: Univ Physics I:
PHY 121
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ASU ID _
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Recitation Section Time_
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. [Each of the
following questions is worth 7 points. NO PARTIAL CREDIT
Question 1
The expressions below give the position function for an object moving along the x-axis.
In which case is the velocity zero at time t = 0 s?
Question 2
An object moves along the x-axis. The position as a function of time is given by
a equals tex
Newtons Second Law of Motion
Abstract:
We did this experiment to validate the equation F = ma and understand the relationship
between mass, force, and acceleration. There were two parts to the experiment. For the first part,
we had to find the experimenta
Lecture 12
Tuesday, February 26
1
For the gravitational potential energy of a particle of mass m to be equal to mgy
A. The y-axis zero must be higher than the position of the particle at any time. B. The y-axis zero must be placed on the ground. C.
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
Capacitors and Electrostatics (9/8/2015)
Abstract
Different known capacitors and unknown capacitance systems were provided to be tested
on. By finding the voltage of these systems, it can be proven that they hold cer
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
Ohms Law (09/15/2015)
Abstract
An abstract (two paragraphs long) is the place where you briefly summarize the experiment and
cite your main experimental results along with any associated errors and units. Write the
a
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
LRC Circuit (Phases) (11/3/2015)
Abstract
This lab experiment LRC Circuit was done with the intention of analyzing the different
phases resulting from the circuit. A LRC circuit was set up with a power supply, oscill
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
Charge-to-Mass Ratio of the Electron (10/20/2015)
Abstract
An abstract (two paragraphs long) is the place where you briefly summarize the experiment and
cite your main experimental results along with any associated e
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
Faradays Law (10/27/2015)
Abstract
An abstract (two paragraphs long) is the place where you briefly summarize the experiment and
cite your main experimental results along with any associated errors and units. Write t
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
Kirchkoffs Rules and Electric Power (09/22/2015)
Abstract
An abstract (two paragraphs long) is the place where you briefly summarize the experiment and
cite your main experimental results along with any associated er
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
Current Balance (10/06/2015)
Abstract
An abstract (two paragraphs long) is the place where you briefly summarize the experiment and
cite your main experimental results along with any associated errors and units. Writ
Physics 132: Electricity and Magnetism
Faradays Law (10/27/2015)
Abstract
An abstract (two paragraphs long) is the place where you briefly summarize the experiment and
cite your main experimental results along with any associated errors and units. Write t
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Velocity and Acceleration
Motion diagrams
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Speed
Speed measures how fast an object is moving.
We say that object A has a higher speed (is moving
faster) than object B if either:
Object A covers the same di
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PHY121
Sketching problems
Models
We have already discussed the
particle model. This a model of an
object.
We want to model not only objects, but
also their motion and interactions.
Physics (and all of science) consists of
deploying and validat
Exam
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TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.
1) In a collision between a small car and a large truck, the car and the truck undergo the same change
in their velocities.
1)
2) In a collision between a light h
1. A 1.0 kg-ball moving at 2.0 m/s perpendicular to a wall rebounds from
the wall at 1.5 m/s. The change in the momentum of the ball is:
2. A man is marooned at rest on level frictionless ice. In desperation, he
hurls his shoe to the right at 15 m/s. If t
PHY 121
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Recitation Section: Day and Time_
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. [Each of the
following questions is worth 5 points. NO PARTI
Practice Midterm 1
1) When a parachutist jumps from an airplane, he eventually reaches a constant speed, called the terminal
velocity. This means that
A) the acceleration is equal to g.
B) the force of air resistance is equal to zero N.
C) the effect of g
PHY 121
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. [Each question
is worth 6 points. NO PARTIAL CREDIT WILL BE GIVEN FOR
At time t = 0 s, a wheel has an angular displacement of zero
radians and an angular velocity of +26 rad/s. The wheel has
a constant acceleration of -0.43 rad/s2. In this situation, the
time t (after t = 0 s), at which the kinetic energy of the wheel
is tw
Prelab: Damped Oscillations
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(2 points) What are damped oscillations?
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(2 points) What is a decay time?
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(6 points) Find the period, frequency, and decay time for the damped sine wave data
presented below. Do this by eyeb
Prelab for Collisions in Two Dimensions
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Section time/day:_
1. A small puck (m1 = 0.10 kg) is sliding to the right with an initial speed of 8.0 m/s on an
air table. The puck collides with a larger puck (m2 = 0.40 kg), which is initially at rest. Aft
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PHY 122
PreLab: Conservation of Energy
An object with a mass of 2 kg is moving along a horizontal surface with velocity components v x=4 m/s
and vy= -3.5 m/s. What is the objects speed? What is its kinetic energy? (2 points)
2. W
PHY 122: Lab Name:
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ERASE TEXT IN BLUE AND RED BEFORE PRINTING YOUR
REPORT!
Objective:
Provide names of physics laws, which were studied in the experiment and specify what
types of collisions were used to study
Adding and Subtracting Vectors
Class 1 Page 1
RQ1
Class 1 Page 2
RQ2
Class 1 Page 3
RQ3
Class 1 Page 4
Components of Vectors
Class 1 Page 5
Class 1 Page 6
TP1
Class 1 Page 7
RQ5
Class 1 Page 8
TP2
Class 1 Page 9
Displacement and Average Velocity
Class 1 P
Lecture 4
Electric Dipole
Electric Flux
Electric Field of Charge Distributions
Arlinda Hill
Electric Field and Force
0
=
0
0 = 0
Arlinda Hill
The Electric Field of a Point Charge
= 2
Arlinda Hill
Electric Dipole
Two point charges of equal magnitude and