Second exam covers Chapters 7 12
(weeks 6 10)
Wednesday November 8th 8 9pm Physics room 112
Practice exams posted on course Web site
http:/www.physics.purdue.edu/phys214
8/4/2017
Physics 214 Fall 2017
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Falling Objects and
Projectile Motion
chapter outline
1
chapter
3
chapter overview
Our main purpose in this chapter
is to explore how objects move
under the i
UP1 Lab 03:
Projectile Motion
The Physics Issue
For a projectile in free fall, the only effect on the motion of the projectile is the constant downward
acceleration of gravity.
The Basic Equations
Pro
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A05MalikMonica
Q6-A ball on the end of the string is whirled with constant speed in a counterclockwise
horizontal circle. At point A in the circle, the string breaks. Which of the curves sketched be
COSC 1301 - Microcomputer Applications - Fall 2017
Tentative Course Schedule
Internet Course - 16 week
Week
1
Date
August 28 - September 3
Course Topic
Start Here Link in LSC-Online (discussion, data
Lab 4
Centripetal Force
KIM: Hello guys, this is Team Atoms with Lab #3 about Centripetal Force. My name is
TINA: In this lab, we will analyze the relationship between the forces and velocity that act
LAB 2
Kimberly: Hello guys, we are team Atoms. My name is Kimberly Reyes and my team-mates
are
Valentina: This is Lab #2 and the purpose of this experiment is to verify the acceleration due to
gravity
FORCE CONCEPT WS honors
1)
Two equal forces act on two different objects, one of which has a mass 10 times as large as the other. How
will their respective accelerations compare?
The less massive obje
Homework Assignment 03
Q3: Yes, both balls are accelerated because their velocity is changing. Ball A has an increasing velocity,
and ball B has a decreasing velocity (negative acceleration).
Q4: They
Chapter 10
Q3: Yes. Any system whose properties change with temperature could, in principle, be used as a
thermometer.
Q7: 273.2 K is the same temperature as 0C.
Q23: When the water comes to a stop at
HW Assignment Chapter 5
Q6: The ball will travel path 3, in a direction tangent to point A. .According to Newtons first law of
motion, an object will continue moving in a straight line with constant s
Chapter 9
Q9: Yes. It would work the same as the mercury barometer. The disadvantage would be that the
column of water would be much taller than that of the mercury column because the density of
water
Chapter 4 HW Assignment
Q4: Aristotle believed there was a constant force applied by the air rushing by the object to fill
the vacuum left behind. It is not a reasonable explanation.
Q7: No, the force
HW ASSIGNMENT 7
Q6:
a. Yes, because the ball changed direction (vector). Therefore, there is a change in momentum.
b. Yes, because impulse is force acting over time.
Q12: More likely to break the egg
HW ASSIGNMENT 6
Q3:
a. Yes. The block moves a distance d under the influence of the force, so work is done by the
force. Note that since the object is not accelerating, there is another force present,
Assignment 8
Q9: The force applied at the end of the handle produces a greater torque because it has a larger lever
arm than the force applied at the middle of the handle.
Q11: F1 provides the larger
Chapter 2
Q1:
a. Speed= Boogles/ bops because speed is distance/time and boogles represent distance, and bops
represent time.
b. Velocity=Boogles/ bops because velocity uses the same units as speed. D
1
The e/m experiment
Physics 2426
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Table of contents
Objective
3
Equipment
3
Theory and equations
3
Procedure
4
Data and observations
4
Calculations
4
Results
4
Conclusions
5
3
Purpose: To Measure th
MATH 2320 Ordinary Differential Equations Homework #1
DUE AT EXAM #1
SHOW ALL WORK FOR CREDIT. PROBLEMS WITHOUT WORK OR EXPLANATION WILL RECEIVE NO CREDIT.
Separable Equations
Find the general solutio
Tiffany Gillmore
Pressure and buoyant force lab
Dr. Stenson
4/10/17
Pressure and Buoyant Force Lab
Data:
For the distance, we used centimeters to allow accurate measurement. If we would have gone
down
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