MidtermExam#2-Physics1010-Chapters6-10
October19,2012
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Useful equations and constants
g = 10 m/s2
v = d / t a = v /t v = at x = 1/2 g t 2 p = m v p = F t W = F d
P = W / t P.E. = m g h K.E. = 1/2 m v 2 Torque = F r ac = v2 / r F c = m ac Fg = G
Physics1010
PracticeExam-Midterm#2-Fall2012
MULTIPLECHOICE.Choosetheonealternativethatbestcompletesthestatementoranswersthequestion.
1) Afreighttrainrollsalongatrackwithconsiderablemomentum.Ifitrollsatthesamespeedbut
hastwiceasmuchmass,itsmomentumis
A) un
Practice Final Exam #1 - Physics 1010 Fall 2012
The following formulas and physical constants may be useful in answering the questions below.
Xf = 1/2 a t2 P.E. = m g h
K.E. = 1/2 m V2 W = F| d
F=ma
Vf = Vi + a t
P=mV
I = F t =P
ac = V2 / R
PE = q * V
I=q
PracticeMidtermExam#3
Physics1010-Fall2012
MULTIPLECHOICE.Choosetheonealternativethatbestcompletesthestatementoranswersthequestion.
1) Inanelectricallyneutralatomthenumberofprotonsinthenucleusisequaltothenumberof
A) electronsthatsurroundthenucleus.
B) neu
Practice Midterm Exam #1 Fall 2012 Physics 1010 - Septmber 9, 2012
(Answers found at end of exam)
1) Science is a body of knowledge that
A) describes order in nature.
B) is an ongoing activity of humans.
C) condenses knowledge into testable laws.
D) All o
Practice Final Exam #2 - Physics 1010 Fall 2012
The following formulas and physical constants may be useful in answering the questions below.
Xf = Xi + Vi t + 1/2 a t2 P.E. = m g h
K.E. = 1/2 m V2 W
F=ma
Vf = Vi + a t
= F| d
P=mV
I = F t =P
F=kx
ac = V2 /
Homework solution chapter 6
Review question 6.1
The moving skateboard. Since rest truck has zero velocity which also means zero momentum.
Exercise 6.24
The internal force of the brake brings the wheel to rest. But the wheel, after all, is attached to
the
Syllabus
Physics 1010 - Elementary Physics (Fall 2012)
The Way Things Work
Professor:
Office:
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Office Hrs:
Clayton Williams
302 N. Physics
585-3226
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Wed 12:40 1:40pm, Thursday 11am -12 noon, or by appointment
Lectures:
16. Explain how more surface area leads to a larger liftforce, given the some difference in air pressure
above and below an airplane wing?
Other tips for exam studying:
Review old homework assignments - especially the problem solving practice for flotatio