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PHYS-201
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PHYS-101
LAB-01
Kinematics of One-Dimensional Motion. A Cart on a Ramp
1. OBJECTIVE
In this lab, you will analyze the motion of an object moving in a straight line. More specifically
you will explore the relationships between
Chapter 29
Magnetic Fields
Force on a Charge Moving in a Magnetic Field, Formula
The properties can be summarized in a vector equation:
r
r r
FB qv B
r
FB is the magnetic force
q is the charge
r
v is the velocity of the moving charge
r
B
is the magneti
Chapter 2
Motion in One Dimension
Kinematics
Describes motion while ignoring the external agents that might have caused or
modified the motion
For now, will consider motion in one dimension
Along a straight line
Motion represents a continual change in an
Chapter 10
Rotation of a Rigid Object
about a Fixed Axis
Rigid Object
Analysis models introduced so far cannot be used to analyze all motion.
We can model the motion of an extended object by modeling it as a system of
many particles.
The analysis is simp
Chapter 6
Circular Motion and
Other Applications of Newtons Laws
Circular Motion
Two analysis models using Newtons Laws of Motion have been developed.
The models have been applied to linear motion.
Newtons Laws can be applied to other situations:
Objects
Chapter 7
Energy of a System
Introduction to Energy
A variety of problems can be solved with Newtons Laws and associated
principles.
Some problems that could theoretically be solved with Newtons Laws are very
difficult in practice.
These problems can be
Chapter 9
Linear Momentum and Collisions
Momentum Analysis Models
Force and acceleration are related by Newtons second law.
When force and acceleration vary by time, the situation can be very complicated.
The techniques developed in this chapter will enab
Chapter 23
Electric Fields
Electric Charges
There are two kinds of electric charges
Called positive and negative
Negative charges are the type possessed by electrons.
Positive charges are the type possessed by protons.
Charges of the same sign repel on
Chapter 5
The Laws of Motion
The Laws of Motion
The description of an object in motion included its position, velocity, and acceleration.
There was no consideration of what might influence that motion.
Two main factors need to be addressed to answer quest
Chapter 24
Gausss Law
Gauss Law
is based on the inverse-square behavior of the electric force between point
charges.
for calculating the electric field of highly symmetric charge distributions.
is important in understanding and verifying the properties of
Chapter 11
Angular Momentum
Angular Momentum
Angular momentum plays a key role in rotational dynamics.
There is a principle of conservation of angular momentum.
In analogy to the principle of conservation of linear momentum
The angular momentum of an is
Chapter 3
Vectors
Vectors
Vector quantities
Physical quantities that have both numerical and directional properties
Mathematical operations of vectors in this chapter
Addition
Subtraction
Introduction
Coordinate Systems
Used to describe the position of
Chapter 28
Direct Current Circuits
Charge conservation K. rules.
Direct current
Electromotive Force - Voltage
The electromotive force (emf), , of a battery is the maximum possible voltage
that the battery can provide between its terminals.
The positive te
Chapter 27
Current and Resistance
Electric Current
Electric current is the rate of flow of charge through some region of space.
The SI unit of current is the ampere (A).
1A=1C/s
The symbol for electric current is I.
Section 27.1
Charge Carrier Motion in
Chapter 26
Capacitance and Dielectrics
Definition of Capacitance
The capacitance of a capacitor is the amount of charge the capacitor can
store per unit of potential difference.
Q
C
V
The SI unit of capacitance - farad (F).
- always be a positive quantit
Electric Potential Energy, cont
The work done within the charge-field system by the electric field on the charge is
r r
r r
F ds qoE ds
r r
U =qoE ds
For a finite displacement of the charge from A to B,
B r
r
U UB U A qo E ds
A
the line integral does not
Electric Fields
Chapter 21
Electric Charges
There are two kinds of electric charges
Called positive and negative
Negative charges are the type possessed by electrons.
Positive charges are the type possessed by protons.
Charges of the same sign repel on
Gauss Law
is based on the inverse-square behavior of the electric force between point
charges.
for calculating the electric field of highly symmetric charge distributions.
is important in understanding and verifying the properties of conductors in
electro
Quiz 2
Fall 2016 NAME
SHOW ALL WORK IN THE SPACE BELOW. N0 CREDIT FOR AN ANSWER WITHOUT WORK OR AN EXPLANATION EVEN IF
THE ANSWER IS CORRECT ITSELF.
In the olympic hammer throw, a mass is swung in a circle by the thrower. who spins several times before re
Quiz 1
Fall 2016 NAME
SHOW ALL WORK IN THE SPACE BELOW. NO CREDIT FOR AN ANSWER WITHOUT WORK OR AN EXPLANATION EVEN IF
THE ANSWER IS CORRECT ITSELF.
A girl is carrying a 5 kg ag (and pole) in a parade. She is holding the agpole vertically in front of he
PHYS 152
QUIZ 3 FALL 2016 NAME
Some kids are playing tetherball, a sport where a ball is tied to a post with a light weightstring, as
shown. For our purposes we will imagine the string. which is 1.5 m long, is perfectly horizontal
while the ball is swingi
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PHYS-280 WINTER-17 SAMPLE FINAL EXAM Time Limit: 2 hrs
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c =lf
c=
1
= 3 10 8 m / s
00
d sinbright = m
sindark = m
7
o = 4 10 Tm / A
E = Eo cos(kx t)
d sinbright = m
2
d E
dt
1
S = EB
o
Power
=I= S
area
denotes a