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1. The nucleus of a helium atom (alpha particle) travels along the inside of a straight hollow tube 2 m long which
forms part of a particle accelerator. A) How long is the particle in the tube if it enters at a speed of 1
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The bullet emerges from the block with a speed of 400 m/s. To what maximum height will the block
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place. Assume that the rope does not stretch. Is work done on the rope? On the pullers? On the ground? Is
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#8 A bead slides on a wire. Let A and B be two different points on the wire such that point A is a height it
higher than point B, How large must height h be if the bead, starting at rest at A, is to have a speed of 200 cm/s
at point B? Ignore friction. 7)
Prelecture 1 Videos Quiz
Prelecture 1 video1: Introduction
1. Which of the motion diagrams shown is the correct motion diagram for the pushing off phase of
the motion?
A.
B.
ANSWER: B
C.
D.
Prelecture 1 video2: Putting numbers on nature
2. How far does yo
Prelecture 9 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Impulse and momentum (Chapter 9, Video 1)
1. The top graph shows force versus time for kicking the soccer ball. If you give the same kick to the
firmer basketball, what should the force-versus-time graph look lik
Prelecture 10 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Forms of energy (Chapter 10, Video 1)
1. Cranking the car 4 times sends it 8 times around the drum. How many revolutions around the
drum will the car complete after 8 cranks?
A. 8
B. 12
ANSWER: C
C. 16
D. 24
E.
Prelecture 8 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Static equilibrium (Chapter 8, Video 1)
1. When the wood block is released, the rubber bands apply forces as shown. Will the wood block
remain at rest?
A. Yes
ANSWER: B
B. No
C. There is not enough information to
Prelecture 3 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Vectors and motion (Chapter 3, Video 1)
1. The propeller moves straight upward through the air, but the air is moving to the right with respect
to the table. Which vector gives the direction of the propellers mot
Prelecture 2 Videos Quiz
Prelecture 2 Video1: Motion along a line
1. Which of these velocity-versus-time graphs best matches the motion diagram for the cyclist
shown?
A.
B.
ANSWER: C
C.
Prelecture 2 Video 2: Acceleration
2. The current case had a higher a
Prelecture 5 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Static and dynamic equilibrium (Chapter 5, Video 1)
1. The spring toy is motionless. The net force on the toy is
A. Directed upward.
B. Directed downward.
C. Zero.
ANSWER: C
2. There is no net force on the toy. D
Prelecture 7 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Describing rotational motion (Chapter 7, Video 1)
1. As the bus follows the groove, it goes around the record approximately once every 2 seconds. As it
goes from the outside of the record to the inside, it goes i
Prelecture 4 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Newtons Laws (Chapter 4, Video 1)
1. In case 1, the truck experienced a certain force. In case 2, the force is increased. How will the
acceleration in case 2 differ from that in case 1?
A. The acceleration will b
Prelecture 6 Videos Quiz
Prelecture Video: Forces and apparent forces (Chapter 6, Video 1)
1. At the instant shown, with the ball directly overhead, what is the direction of the net force on the
ball?
A. Up
ANSWER: B
B. Down
C. Right
D. Left
2. At the ins
PHYS 1315
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Chapter 6 Summary
Chapter 6 Summary
Momentum is defined as the product of the mass of an object and its velocity. The
formula for momentum is equal to mass by velocity which means that the greater the
mass,its velocity
Math 200 - Linear Algebra
Spring Term 2013
Course Description
February 19, 2013
Instructor: John Schmitt
Oce: Warner 311, Tel: Ext. 5952
E-mail: [email protected]
Oce Hours: Tuesday 1:30pm3pm, Wednesday 11am12noon, Thursday 11am12:15pm
and by arrang
ONLINE HIGH SCHOOL
UM51A: Linear Algebra
Course Description
Linear Algebra is a one-semester course that covers the fundamental concepts of an introductory undergraduate-level
c ourse in linear algebra. Particular emphasis is placed on advanced log
HOMEWORK 2 SOLUTIONS
All questions are from the Linear Algebra text, ONan and Enderton, and Vector
Calculus, Marsden and Tromba.
Question 1: 7.2.1c Show that the following matrix is diagonalizable, and nd the
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1
diagonal matrix to which it is simil
Course information for MT211
Honors Linear Algebra
Instructor: Professor B. Howard
Email: [email protected]
Ofce: Carney 359
Ofce hours: TBA
Lectures: MWF 2:00 in Stokes 113S.
Course web page: the web page for the course can be found at www2.bc.edu/~howardb
Math 524, Linear Algebra
Spring 2011, 7:258:40 MW, C-8
Instructor: Imre Tuba
Oce: East Faculty 101
Phone: 768-5606
E-mail: [email protected]
Oce hours: 4:305:30 MTuW.
Prerequisites: Math 245 (Discrete Math) and 254 (Introduction to Linear Algebra) or eq