Simultaneous Equations Example
A train 400 m long is moving on a straight track with a speed of 82.4 Km/Hr. The
engineer applies the brakes at a crosing and later the last car passes the crossing with
a speed of 16.4 Km/Hr. Assuming constant acceleration,
Chapter 1
Rotation and Rolling
1.1
Rotation of a Rigid Body About a Fixed Axis
Angular velocity and angular acceleration
Consider one particle of a wheel rotating about its axis which is xed in spave.
We specify the position of the particle Pi by the dist
Chapter 1
Circular Motion
1.1
Circular Motion with Constant Speed
A particle moving in a circular path illustrates many of the important features of
velocity and acceleration vectors in two dimensions.
First consider a particle moving in a circular path o
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Physics 8.03 Fall 2004
Final Exam
Thursday, December 16, 2004
You have 3 hours
Do all eight problems
You may use calculators
This is a closed-book exam; no notes are allowed
Useful Formulae
General dierential equa
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Physics 8.03
Exam 2
Tuesday, November 23, 2004
You have 85 minutes
There are FOUR problems
You may use calculators
This is a closed-book exam; no notes are allowed.
Useful Formulae
General dierential equation for
PH201 Test 1
Practice
This is approximately one half the length of the in class test.
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Conceptual multiple choice, 5pts each.
Circle the one correct answer for each question.
1) On a graph that shows position on the vertical axis and time on the horiz