Dallas Cottrell, Ryan Young, Brandon Swain
Mrs. Gomez
Physics Period 6
11 February 2014
Range vs. Launch Angle
Objective:
The purpose of this lab was to determine the relationship between range and la
Dallas Cottrell
Mrs. Gomez
Physics
19 March 2014
Air Car Final Report
On the first day of building we have decided not to follow the conventional design and
build our own car. The only problems we ran
Tammaro, College Physics
Ch 13 Temperature and Heat
Features
CHAPTER 13 FEATURES
CONCEPT CHECK 13.1.1
HINT
The number of aluminum atoms in the rod does not change when its temperature
changes.
If t
Tammaro, College Physics
Ch12 Properties of Fluids and Solids
Features
CHAPTER 12 FEATURES
CONCEPT CHECK 12.1.1
(a)
HINT
Solids have a well-defined shape and volume.
(b)
HINT
Fluids do not have a w
Tammaro, College Physics
Ch11 Mechanical Oscillations
Features
Chapter 11 Features
CONCEPT CHECK 11.1.1
HINT
The period is the time required for one complete cycle of the motion.
One complete cycle
1. A 3.00 kg piece of lead at 90 C is dropped into a lake at 10 C. Find the
entropy change of the lake, the lead and the universe.
Answer:
The lakes temperature does not change. The lead transfers
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p275 recitation 10/18/2017 answers
1. Consider a clock driven by a pendulum made of a (massless!) brass rod with a small but heavy
lump of stuff at its lower end. If it keeps good time when the temper
1. A water cooled electric power plant generates 50 MW of power. Its efficiency is
38%. What must the flow rate of the cooling water be if the water may not warm
more than 9 C in the process?
Answer:
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Sept 13 answers
1. An object, mass 2.0 kg, velocity 20 m/sec in the direction perpendicular to a wall, hits
that wa
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1. 2.0 moles of a diatomic ideal gas (CV = RT per mole) are transformed from A to B and back to A.
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NAME
a)
1.00 mole of an ideal gas of monoatomic molecules goes
through the process A > B > C > D > A
quasistatically and reversibly. Each of the four steps in the
cycle is either at constant pressure
1. A large balloon is being filled with He from gas cylinders. The temperature is 25 C and the pressure
is 1.00 atmosphere. The volume of the inflated balloon is 2000 m3 . What was the volume of He in
1. An ideal heat engine uses 0.0100 mole of gas and operates between a hot reservoir at TH = 400 K and
cold reservoir at TL = 300 K, in a cycle from a ! b ! c ! d ! a. From a ! b the gas undergoes
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1. Two loudspeakers S1 and S2 , 3.0 m apart, emit the same single-frequency tone in phase at the speakers.
A listener L directly in front of speaker S1 notices that the intensity i
Unit Exam III: Problem #1 (Fall 15)
~ = 5T
~ = 6Ti. A conducting loop in the
Consider a region with uniform magnetic field (i) B
j, (ii) B
xy-plane has the shape of a quarter circle with a clockwise c
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Fall 14)
Both capacitor circuits, charged up by batteries as shown, are now at equilibrium. Each of the six
capacitors has a 2pF capacitance.
(a) Find the equivalent capacita
Unit Exam III: Problem #1 (Spring 08)
Consider two circular currents I1 = 3A at radius r1 = 2m and I2 = 5A at radius r2 = 4m in the
directions shown.
(a) Find magnitude B and direction (, ) of the res
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 09)
Both capacitor circuits are at equilibrium.
(a) In the circuit on the left, the voltage across capacitor 1 is V1 = 8V. Find the charge Q1 on
capacitor 1, the charg
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 08)
The circuit of capacitors is at equilibrium.
(a) Find the charge Q1 on capacitor 1 and the charge Q2 on capacitor 2.
(b) Find the voltage V1 across capacitor 1 and
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 14)
Both capacitor circuits, charged up by batteries as shown, are now at equilibrium. The charge on
capacitor C1 = 6pF [8pF] is Q1 = 18pC [16pF] and charge on capacit
Unit Exam III: Problem #1 (Spring 09)
A triangular conducting loop in the yz-plane with a counterclockwise current I = 3A is free to
is present. (a) Find the magnetic
~ = 0.5Tk
rotate about the axis
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 11)
Both capacitor circuits are at equilibrium.
(a) Find the charge Q1 on capacitor 1.
(b) Find the voltage V3 across capacitor 3.
(c) Find the charge Q2 on capacitor
PHY204 UNIT EXAM 3, section 2 (Spring 2016)
Problem 1
(a) A point charge q = 5.0 nC moves along the positive x-axis through
T at a velocity v = 5.5 107 m/s. Find
a uniform magnetic eld B = 0.35 k
the
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 15)
Both capacitor circuits are at equilibrium.
(a) Find the charge Q1 on capacitor 1.
(b) Find the energy U3 stored on capacitor 3.
(c) Find the charge Q2 on capacito
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 12)
Find the equivalent capacitances Ceq of the two capacitor circuits.
2 F
3n F
3n F
3n F
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2 F
2 F
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Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 12)
Unit Exam III: Problem #1 (Spring 11)
(a) Two very long straight wires carry currents as shown. A cube with edges of length 8cm serves
with Bx , By , Bz
as scaffold. Find the magnetic field at point
Unit Exam III: Problem #1 (Spring 12)
In a region of uniform magnetic field B = 5mTi, a proton
(m = 1.67 1027 kg, q = 1.60 1019 C) is launched with velocity v0 = 4000m/sk.
(a) Calculate the magnitude
Intermediate Exam III: Problem #1 (Spring 07)
Consider a rectangular conducting loop in the xy-plane with a counterclockwise current
~ = 3Ti.
I = 7A in a uniform magnetic field B
(a) Find the magnetic
Unit Exam II: Problem #1 (Spring 13)
Consider the capacitor circuit shown at equilibrium.
(a) Find the equivalent capacitance Ceq .
(b) Find the total energy U stored in the four capacitors.
(c) Find