Free Body Diagrams Worksheet
PHYS 410
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A free-body diagram is an important visualization tool for solving force problems. A
free-body diagram is a simplified line drawing of an object, with all of the forces
General Kinematics Worksheet
PHYS 410
Related HW Problems: 2.7, 2.53, 2.76, 2.79, AP1, AP2
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Vector Challenge Problem
PHYS 410
The structure shown in the figure below consists of boom BC and cable AC. This type
of structure is commonly built at construction sites. In addition to the two forces of | F1 | =
50 lb and | F2 | = 70 lb shown acting on
Projectile Motion 2 Worksheet
PHYS 410
Related HW Problems: 3.56, 3.65
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1. *A quarterback and receiver are initially separated by 35.0 m. The quarterback then throws
the football with a speed of 20.0 m/s directed 50.00 above the horizonta
Constant Acceleration 2 Worksheet
PHYS 410
Related HW Problems: 2.74
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Constant Acceleration 1 Worksheet
PHYS 410
Related HW Problems: 2.33
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Freefall Worksheet
PHYS 410
Related HW Problems: 42, 43, 48, 87, 94, AP1 (HW#3), AP2 (HW#3)
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Vector Components Worksheet
PHYS 410
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Vector Addition Worksheet
Part 1
PHYS 410
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Vector Addition Worksheet
Part 2
PHYS 410
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Work Example Problem
PHYS 350
*The suitcase shown below has a horizontal displacement of 1.50 m as a result of the
applied forces. Find the work done by each force on the suitcase and the total work done
on the suitcase.
|w| = 80.0 N
|T| = 50.0 N
= 25.00
Sound Wave Interference
Example Problem
PHYS 350
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Take the speed of sound in air to be 340 m/s
1. Two speakers, separated by 8.00 m, are in phase and emit 100 Hz sound waves
towards a microphone. The microphone is positioned between the t
Projectile Motion Example
PHYS 350
1. A ball is kicked with an initial speed of 25.0 m/s from the top of a cliff as shown in the
figure below. Find the maximum height above the ground reached by the ball, its impact
velocity at the ground, the impact spee
Standing Waves
Example Problem
PHYS 350
1. The figure below shows a standing wave experiment along with the relevant
data.
L = 1.00 m
string = 2.5 103 kg/m
m = 5.00 kg
(a) With what frequency is the oscillator vibrating?
(b) You wish to make the string vi
Static Equilibrium Example Problem
PHYS 350
1. A beam with mass M has is secured to a wall by a cable attached at one of its ends. At the
same end, there is a second cable, which supports a concrete block of mass 5M. See figure
below. Find the tension in
Exam 1
Physics 350
Summer 2015
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and I am able to follow it. Correct answers with no work shown receive no partial credit. The
point value for each problem is
Exam 2
Physics 350
Summer 2015
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Exam 2 - MW
Physics 350
Fall 2015
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Exam 3
Physics 350
Summer 2015
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Exam 3 - MW
Physics 350
Fall 2015
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Exam 1 - MW
PHYS 350
Fall 2015
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Exam 4
Physics 350
Fall 2015
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Sound Wave Interference
PHYS 350
Take the speed of sound in air to be 340 m/s.
1. Speaker A is located at (0 m, 0 m), speaker B is located at (0.00 m, 6.00 m),
and a microphone is located at (8.00 m, 0.00 m). Both speakers are in phase
and have the same f
Exam 4
Physics 350
Summer 2015
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able to follow it. Correct answers with no work shown receive no partial credit. The point value for each
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Momentum Conservation Worksheet
PHYS 350
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1. A 5.00 g bullet with a speed of 600 m/s approaches a box with a mass of 2.00 kg. See
before figure below. The bullet bores through the box and emerges from the box moving
at 500 m/s. See after
Free Body Diagrams and N2L Worksheet
PHYS 350
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A free-body diagram is an important visualization tool for solving force problems. A
free-body diagram is a simplified line drawing of an object, with all of the forces that are acting
on tha
2-Dimensional Momentum Conservation Example
PHYS 350
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Two objects, A and B, are connected by a locked spring and move together as shown below in
the before figure. The spring then breaks and the two objects separate, moving as shown in th
FBDs and Newtons Second Law Worksheet
PHYS 350
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1. Two hand forces, P1 and P2, are applied to a box as shown in the figure below.
This results in the box having a horizontal acceleration of 1.50 m/s2 in the positive
x direction
P1 = 25.0
Momentum Conservation Example Problem
PHYS 350
1. A person is riding on a platform and carrying a 50.0 kg dumbbell. The combined mass of
the person and platform is 80.0 kg. We will take the person/platform as one object. See
before figure below. The perso
Projectile Motion Worksheet
PHYS 350
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