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Rocket-powered sleds are been used to test the
re
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During the pyramid-building era the ancient
Egyptians use
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An object is moving so that its kinetic ene
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Since the distance xf all is the same for both
planets, then
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Handout for HW9
Manasvi Lingam
November 2014
For solving HW9, use Handout 9 in addition to the previous handouts,
especially Handout 8.
If you re two projectiles at angles 1 and 2 , and at the same velocities,
they will attain dierent max. heights h1 an
Handout for HW7
Manasvi Lingam
October 2014
The momentum p of a given object is a vector. It is given by p = mv,
where m and v are the mass and velocity respectively. The magnitude p
of the momentum is m v.
The conservation of momentum states that the t
Handout for HW3
Manasvi Lingam
September 2014
Let us suppose that a vector of magnitude L makes an angle with the
horizontal. The x-component is given by L cos and the y-component is
given by L sin .
When a velocity is given in the x-y plane, resolve it
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A skater spins with an angular speed o
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Determine the absolute pressure at the bottom of a lake
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Two recrackers explode at the same time,
but one at a pl
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Two children with masses of 17 kg and
35 kg are sitting o
Handout for HW4
Manasvi Lingam
In dimensional analysis, always remember to express every variable present
in units of mass, length, time and temperature. Finally, equate the LHS
with the RHS and compare the units to see if they match.
The normal force a
Handout for HW11
Manasvi Lingam
November 2014
The density is related to the volume V and mass m of an object via
= m/V .
Given a force of magnitude F and a cross-section area A, the pressure P
is determined via P = F/A.
The atmosphere pressure P0 is 1
Handout for HW8
Manasvi Lingam
November 2014
The centripetal force is given by F = (mv 2 )/r, where v is the circular
velocity and r is the radius.
Given the arc length s and the the angular displacement , the radius
r is equal to (s)/().
Note that the
Handout for HW5
Manasvi Lingam
October 2014
For dimensional analysis: express the LHS and RHS in terms of the powers
of the fundamental units of mass, length, time and temperature. Then,
ensure that these powers are identical on the LHS and RHS.
Suppose
Handout for HW2
Manasvi Lingam
September 9, 2014
1
Useful formulae
Many of the formulae listed here are for one-dimensional motion. If there are
formulae for two-dimensional motion, they will be explicitly mentioned.
When an object is travelling with a c
Handout for HW6
Manasvi Lingam
October 2014
The kinetic energy of an object with mass m moving with velocity v is
given by
1
(1)
KE = mv 2
2
In the above equation, remember that v is the total velocity, and this
includes components in both the x and y di
Handout for HW10
Manasvi Lingam
November 2014
The Lorentz factor is given by
=
1
1
,
(1)
v2
c2
where v is the total velocity of the object.
The speed of light as measured by any observer in an inertial frame is
equal to c = 3 108 m/s.
For all spaceship
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A bullet of mass m is headed at horizontal
speed v0 toward a b
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The small piston of a hydraulic lift has a crosssectional area
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Two particles of masses m and 4 m are moving
tow
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The tension in a string from which a 6.9 kg
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A simple pendulum of mass m swings at the
end of a string
m
9
y
48
6.6 m
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In a hydrogen atom, the electron in orbit
around the proton feels an attractive force of
about 7.01 108 N.
If the radius of the orbit is 4.92 1011 m,
what is the frequency?
9.
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Multipl
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This assignment covers the material on longitudinal waves and sound from
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This assignment covers the many topics
presented during class coverage of
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This short assignment covers topics presented in class lectures on gravity
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1
t
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= 1, or at t = 1 s .
sin
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