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Phys 1010: Pascal, Gases, Plasma
Basic Stuff: Vocabulary and Concepts
1. Vocabulary review: write the term that correctly completes each statement. Use each term
airfoil atmospheric pressure buoyant force
Concept 5: Newtons Second Law
Mass (inertia) resists changes in motion (accelerations), forces (net forces) cause changes in
motion y X /
= Fnet 2% g, ' 5; 6,; I 6
l. Skelly the skater has a mass of 25 kg, and in order to
skate faster, she wears a roc
Gravitational Force and Electric Force Concept Development
l. Newtons Law of Universal Gravitation
Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation is
F9 _ G dz
F g is the force of gravity between two objects (m1 and
G is the universal gravitational c
Physics 1010: Newtons Laws Concept Development
Concept 1: Inertia
An objects inertia is its resistance to changes in motion. Newtons law of inertia states that an
object only changes its state of motion if a net force is exerted on it.
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Physics 1010: Newton's
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Review Key for Gases Exam
1. P = force/area
area of the cylindrical base = rtrZ = 0.032trlm2
P = SON/0.03141112 = 1592 N/m2
2. The sealed packet is sealed full of air at air pressure at your house. Air pressure in the plane cabin is
less than the air pres
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
Principles of Physics: Waves
Part I: Reading Notes
Follow the directions below for each section of the text. Answer the questions in complete sentences
and thoughts on your own paper.
Chapter 16 Wave Motion
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Pressure, Buoyancy, and Flotation: Problem Solving Practice
Reminder: Air pressure at sea level = 105 N/m2
fl. The planet Saturn has a mass ofS.69x10\26 kg and agvoslume of 8.01X10A23 In"3.
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Pimeies mm: sectors, inertia, and Projectiles
Siam: mzswei m Eorm A
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1. While on vacatioe in Engieod, emu sit by the ocean and ponder the mysteries of