homework 01 JONES, LAUREN Due: Sep 10 2016, 11:00 pm (Central Time)
Question 1, chap 101, sect 3.
part 1 of 1
10 points
A newly discovered Jupiter-like planet has
an average radius 11.1 times that of the Earth
and a mass 313 times that of the Earth.
Calcu
test 01 ASHLEY, CANDICE Due: Jun 13 2014, noon
1
and the density is
Question 1, chap 101, sect 6.
part 1 of 1
10 points
=
The volume of an object as a function of
time is V (t) = At3 , where A is some constant.
Let L and T denote dimensions of length and
test 02 ASHLEY, CANDICE Due: Jun 20 2014, noon
Question 1, chap 106, sect 1.
part 1 of 1
10 points
5.
Consider a conical pendulum, where a
string with length is attached to a mass
m. The angle between the string and the vertical is . The orbit is in the h
plane ys constant speed 340 m/s and constant altitude 3500 m makes a turn of curvature radius 1500 m. On the ground, the planes
pilot weighs 70 kg 9.8 m/s 2 = 686 N. Whats his/her apparent weight during planes turn? planes altitude is not important per se
Tanner Rich, Stanley Archer, Donald French
University Physics 2 sec1
Thursday @ 2pm
Lab Began:11-5-15
Lab Due:11-12-15
Standing Waves
Intro:
The purpose of this lab was for us to learn about how standing waves act and the
mathematical relationships betwee
Names: Tanner Rich and Zak Rush
Class: University Physics 1 sec 1 @11am
Date: Mon. 4-27-15
Intro:
The purpose of this lab was for us to learn about how standing waves act and the
mathematical relationships between the different elements associated with wa
Title: Impulse-momentum Theorem
Names: Tanner Rich, Austin May, Zak Rush
Class: University of Physics 1 sec1 Monday 11am
Intro:
The purpose of this lab was to investigate the change in momentum within the cart and how our
accumulated data compares to the
Names: Zak Rush, Tanner Rich, Austin May
Class: University Physics 1 Sec.1
Time: Monday 11am 2-23-15
Free Falling Lab
Intro: The purpose of this lab was to investigate how gravity affects falling items. There is a
mathematical relationship between the fal
homework 05 JONES, LAUREN Due: Oct 26 2016, 11:00 pm (Central Time)
1
Explanation:
Question 1, chap 110, sect 1.
part 1 of 1
10 points
How long does it take the second hand of a
clock to move through 3.18 rad?
Correct answer: 30.3668 s (tolerance 1 %).
Ex
homework 06 JONES, LAUREN Due: Nov 1 2016, 11:00 pm (Central Time)
1
2F
Question 1, chap 110, sect 7.
part 1 of 1
10 points
3R
A rod can pivot at one end and is free to
rotate without friction about a vertical axis,
as shown.
~ is applied at the other end
homework 04 JONES, LAUREN Due: Oct 15 2016, 11:00 pm (Central Time)
Question 1, chap 107, sect 8.
part 1 of 2
10 points
A rock of mass m is thrown horizontally
off a building from a height h. The speed of
the rock as it leaves the throwers hand at the
edg
homework 02 JONES, LAUREN Due: Sep 24 2016, 11:00 pm (Central Time)
Question 1, chap 103, sect 3.
part 1 of 1
10 points
A vector of magnitude 3 CANNOT be
added to a vector of magnitude 4 so that
the magnitude of the resultant is
1. 3.
2. 0. correct
3. 7.
homework 03 JONES, LAUREN Due: Sep 26 2016, 11:00 pm (Central Time)
Question 1, chap 105, sect 4.
part 1 of 1
10 points
An elevator starts from rest with a constant
upward acceleration and moves 1 m in the first
1.9 s. A passenger in the elevator is holdi
homework 07 JONES, LAUREN Due: Nov 28 2016, 11:00 pm (Central Time)
1
Which have more average kinetic energy:
the molecules in 10 grams of ice or the
molecules in 10 grams of steam?
A load of 165 kg is supported by a wire
of length 2.44 m and cross-sectio
Speed v (L/T) m/s
Dimension:
Units:
5280 ft 1 mile
2
2
Acceleration a (L/T ) m/s
Length (L)
m
1000 cm3 1 liter
Force F (ML/T2) kgm/s2 N(ewton)
Time (T)
s
2
2 2
Work or energy w (ML/T ) kgm /s J(oule)
Mass (M)
kg
3
2 3
Power p (ML/T ) kgm /s w(att)
Momentu