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Lecture 8: Uniform Circular Motion
Uniform Circular Motion is moving in a circular path at a constant speed.
The Period (T) is the time need
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Lecture 6: Dynamics
Forces
Intuitively, a force is a push or a pull.
Forces are vectors with both magnitude and direction.
Contact forces
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Lecture 7: Friction, Tension, & Apparent Gravity
Friction
When we push on an object (such as a couch) it wont move until a sufficient magn
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[ 1 28 points] An object whose mass is 1.50kg on the surface of the Earth is
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[ 1 20 points] A uniform rod of length 150 cm and mass 900g is attached at one end to
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[ 1 25 points] A stone of mass 500g was thrown upward from the top of a building at
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Lecture 4: Graphical Analysis and Vectors
Graphical Analysis
Drawing graphs of a variable can offer insights into some problems. It is esp
Chapter 2 Problems
2.44 When startled, and armadillo will leap upward. Suppose it rised 0.544 m in the first 0.2 s.
(a) What is is initial speed as it leaves the ground? (b) What is its speed at the h
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In this lab, the speed of an object moving in a uniform circular motion will be determined using
the average time it takes to travel one complete circle. In this experiment, we will be c