Solution for Practice Test 2 for Test 1
Solution to Practice Test Problem 2.1(Random and Systematic Error)
Problem: Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab.
(a)Given the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would expect the d
Solution for Long-answer Homework 16 Work Problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 16.1(Energy accounting and spring force)
Problem: A block of inertia m = 0.2kg is launched from a spring onto a frictionless surface. The velocity it
has upon leav
Solution for Long-answer Homework 8 Energy problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 8.1(Practice test for homework)
Problem: Please make sure you got all of the questions right on the practice test. It was the best way to prepare
for the exam, so
Solution for Practice Test 3 for Test 2
Solution to Practice Test Problem 3.1(Two Bird Collision with Energy)
Problem: Two snow petrels are playing on an icy pond (you know eventually they are going to run into each
other, right?). Below is an x t graph o
Chapter 9
Study Guide for Force
9.1
Force
Skill 9.1 Understand how the force exerted on an object is related to the objects
momentum.
Linear momentum is conserved for an isolated system, but it is not necessarily conserved for a system interacting
with it
Chapter 6
Study Guide for Energy
6.1
Isolated systems
Skill 6.1 Understand qualitatively how an interaction between objects aects the interacting objects
In beginning a problem, rst dene your system. Our choice of how to dene the system is completely arbi
Chapter 4
Study Guide for Acceleration
4.1
Changes in velocity
Skill 4.1 Understand the relationship between velocity and acceleration
Motion with a constant velocity is uniform (zero acceleration). Motion with a changing velocity is accelerated.
Just as
Solution for Long-answer Homework 12 Interactions problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 12.1(A non-isolated collision)
Problem: A hockey puck of inertia 0.25kg travels at 10 m to the right and collides with a lump of Silly Putty
s
(inertia 0.1
Solution for Long-answer Homework 6 Inertia and Momentum problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 6.1(Energy is Constant for Isolated Systems)
Problem: Consider an isolated system with only kinetic and internal energies. Is it possible for there
Solution for Practice Test 4 for Test 2
Solution to Practice Test Problem 4.1()
Problem: Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have
done in lab. Lets say we want to calibrate our force sensor using
a spring scale. We want to pull on the force se
Chapter 14
Study Guide for Gravitation
14.1
Universal gravitation
Skill 14.1 Understand the role of the gravitational force in maintaining the orbital
motion of the planets.
Dont get rotational velocity and orbital velocity confused. Rotational velocity i
Chapter 12
Study Guide for Motion in a Circle
12.1
Uniform circular motion
Skill 12.1 Understand how rotational position and velocity dier from linear position
and velocity.
So far, the only type of motion we have been dealing with is translation motion,
AC Ciruits and EM Waves
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1. In an AC series circuit, the current in a pure resistor differs in phase with the applied voltage by what angle?
a. zero
c. 90
b. 45
d. 180
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2. The rate of heat dissipation in an AC circuit with resistance, R, and effective c