Oscillations & Waves
Giancoli CH11; OpenStax CH16
Oscillations & Waves
Simple Harmonic Motion; Spring Oscillations
Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
The Period and Sinusoidal Nature of SHM
The Simple Pendulum
Damped Harmonic Motion
Forced Oscillations; Res
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Physics 100
HW Assignment 9: Show Your Work for All Problems
Chapter 9 case 9. A trumpet consists mainly of a long brass tube with a mouthpiece at
one end and a flared opening or bell at the other end. This tube is coiled to make the
trumpet more c
Alla Sirelkhatim
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Physics 100
Homework 6 Answer Sheet: Show Your Work for All Problems
Chapter 7 Case 3. A typical electric oven has two separate heating elements: one on
top and one on the bottom. The bottom element is used for baking while the to
Alla Sirelkhatim
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Physics 100
Homework 4: Show your work, and use the back as needed!
1. Chapter 3 Case 1. A spring bathroom scale is designed to report the amount of upward force its exerting on
the objects touching its surface.
a. When you first
Alla Sirelkhatim
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Physics 100
HW Assignment 8: Show Your Work for All Problems
2. Chapter 9 case 4. In bungee jumping, a strong elastic cord or bungee is
used to break the fall of a person who has leapt from a tall platform. This cord
runs from the
4/22/2013
Chapter 14
Heat
Announcements!
MP-HW11 tonight @ 11:59pm
MP-HW12 due Wed, 5/1 @ 11:59pm
WHW7 to be on Bb today; due Mon, 4/29 in class
Ancient misconception: heat is a substance (caloric fluid)
which is stored in objects and transferred between
4/5/2013
Chapter 11
Vibrations & Waves
Announcements!
MP-HW9 due on Mon, 4/8 @11:59pm
Written HW5 due in class on Mon, 4/8.
Simple Harmonic Motion
Imagine a mass attached to a stretched spring
Fspring = k x
(restoring force)
equilibrium
when released, th
4/26/2013
Chapter 15
The Laws of
Thermodynamics
Announcements!
MP-HW12 due Wed, 5/1 @ 11:59pm
WHW7 due Mon, 4/29 in class
Final Exam Formula sheet on Bb
Returning CLICKERS:
Fill green form and turn clicker+form in Petty 321 AFTER
CLASS
ON MON, 4/29
Heat T
3/28/2013
Chapter 10
Fluids
Announcements!
MP-HW8 due on Fri 3/29 @11:59pm
MP-HW9 opens Sat 3/30 @ 12:00am; due on Fri 4/5 @ 11:59pm
Mid-semester Feedback (survey)! - ANONYMOUS
Link in email
Will count as a QUIZ!
Example: Sinking Block of Metal
A 10 kg bl
2/27/2013
Chapter 7
Linear Momentum
Announcements!
MP HW6 due on Fri, 3/1 @11:59 pm
Written HW3 solution on Bb
MP grades on Bb for HW1 HW5 (lowest grade dropped)
TOTAL (out of 31)
WHW (3); MP-HW (12); Quizzes (4); Exam1 (12)
Exam2 on Fri, 3/1 @ 11:00 am
Alla Sirelkhatim
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Physics 100
Homework 7 Answer Sheet: Show Your Work for All Problems
Chapter 7 Case 5. Glass transmits the visible light radiated by the white-hot sun but it
absorbs the infrared light radiated by objects near room temperature. Th
Alla sirelkhatim
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Physics 100
Homework 5: Show your work, and use the back as needed!
1. Chapter 5 Case 1. A large ship floats motionless at the surface of a still sea, supported by the
buoyant force. Its average density, including the air it co
Physics Exam review Questions:
Chapter 5:
1. A large ship floats motionless at the surface of a still sea, supported by the buoyant force. Its
average density, including the air it contains, is less than that of the seawater.
a. What is the net force on t
Work & Energy
Giancoli CH6; OpenStax CH7
Work & Energy
Work Done by a Force
Kinetic Energy, and the Work-Energy Principle
Potential Energy
Conservative & Nonconservative Forces
Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Definition of Work
Work is the amount of ene
Newtons Laws of Motion
Giancoli CH4; OpenStax CH4
Newtons Laws of Motion
Force
Newtons First Law
Mass
Newtons Second Law
Newtons Third Law
Friction, Inclines, & Problem Solving
Force! The Beginning of Physics
Intuitively, a Force is a push or pull. This c
Describing Motion:
Kinematics in One Dimension
Giancoli: CH2; OpenStax: CH2
Beginning to Describe the World!
Reference Frames and Displacement
Average & Instantaneous Velocity
Acceleration (The Big One)
Motion at Constant Acceleration
Problem Solving
Free
Linear Momentum
Giancoli CH7; OpenStax CH8
Linear Momentum
Momentum & Force
Conservation of Momentum
Collisions & Impulse
Conservation of Energy & Momentum in Collisions
Elastic Collisions
Inelastic Collisions
Center of Mass
Linear Momentum
Linear momentu
Kinematics in Two Dimensions;
Vectors
Giancoli CH3; OpenStax CH3
Kinematics in Two Dimensions; Vectors
Vectors & Scalars
Mathematical Manipulation of Vectors
Projectile Motion
Relative Velocity
Vectors & Scalars
Scalar quantities have only a magnitude; th
Alla Sirelkhatim
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Physics 100
Homework 3 Show your work, and use the back as needed!
1. Chapter 2 Case 2. Revolving doors are popular in northern hotels and office buildings as a way to prevent
cold outside air from blowing directly into the lobby.
2/20/2013
Chapter 6
Work and Energy
Announcements!
MP HW5 due on Fri, 2/22 @11:59 pm
WHW3 available on Bb; due in class on 2/25.
NO Office hours tomorrow, Thu 2/21!
Quiz3 solution uploaded on Bb (available after 1 pm
today)
Energy
Energy: a measure of the
1/27/2013
Motion Diagrams and Graphs
Chapter 2
Describing Motion: Kinematics in One Dimension
Mastering Physics Course-id:
MPSHUKLA55825
Motion Diagrams and Graphs
Special Case: Constant Acceleration
First, a change in notation:
Let us take for convenienc
1/31/2013
2-D Kinematics
Chapter 3
Projectile Motion: 2-D problem with constant acceleration
Choose y axis vertical (direction of acceleration)
Kinematics in Two
Dimensions; Vectors
Choose x axis horizontal (other direction of motion)
Horizontal and ve
4/12/2013
Chapter 12
Sound
Announcements!
Mid-Sem Survey (Results on Bb) - Changes keeping in mind the
constraints!
7 hrs a week! LESS!
Distribution of time OK!
Clicker Qs/Lecture
Already implemented more demos; DOC-CAM; EXAM time; practice
problems
Avail
2/8/2013
Chapter 4
Dynamics:
Newtons Laws of
Motion
Announcements!
MP HW4 opens @ midnight tonight, due on 2/16
@11:59 pm
Quiz1 and Exam1 scores uploaded on Bb
Newtons 1st Law in
action!
1
2/8/2013
The Free Body Diagram.
Newtons Third Law
A
B
Is boxing gl
1/28/2013
Example: Dropping Rocks
Chapter 3
You drop a rock from a bridge to the river 10 m below.
When the first rock has fallen 2.5 m, you drop the second
rock. What is the separation between the rocks when the
first one hits the ground?
Kinematics in T