Have you worked through the online tutorial on determining the minimum mass to
prevent sliding? yes_no_
A basket is on a frictionless inclined plane and is connected to a cylinder by a
massless rope and massless frictionless pulley as shown below
Have you worked through the online tutorial on Newtons Laws of
The figure below shows two blocks on a frictionless plane with an angle
of inclination of and a third block hanging as shown. The blocks are
connected via massless cords.
Simulation used by Mr. Anderson in his Elastic and Inelastic Collisions video can be found here:
Collision Carts Interactive Simulation | The Physics Classroom
(Note that there is a full screen button on the upper left hand corner).
This is a great simula
For both of these problems, it is very important to use the problem solving strategy I always use
Suppose that a circular NASCAR track is 4 miles long and that the angle of inclination between
the track and the horizontal is . If the f
Chapter 10 worksheet
Draw Lewis structure, providing resonance structures where indicated:
d) NO3- (show resonance structures)
Determine the formal charge for each atom in the following two resonance
Problem 1. A skier of mass m is being pulled horizontally by a rope at a constant
speed of v. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the skis and the snow is k.
Determine the tension in the rope. Check the answer for dimensional consistency.
Use the problem solving strategy outlined in class to solve these
A firefighter wishes to aim his fire hose such that the stream of water
goes directly into the second story which has caught on fire. The second
story window is at a he
the circular motion of a body around an axis where that axis passes through the body in question. A complete
circuit of this spin. The Earth rotates daily.
the circular motion of a body around an axis where that axis doe
15-PHYS-1020-002 Astronomy: Solar System
An introduction to the basic laws of planetary motion and rudimentary observational astronomy.
Comparative analysis of the planets will convey to you the basic concepts of solar system astronomy and
PHYS1020 Unit 3 Review Topics
1. Know the interior layers of the Earth, approximate chemistry-solid/liquid/plastic? Relative density?
2. What properties are required for a magnetic field? Where does Earth's origi
Have you worked through the online tutorial on the collision between two balls of putty?
1.) A 2000 kg truck starts at rest 15 m above the bottom of a hill. It rolls down the hill and at the
bottom the truck collides and locks bumpers with