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In all the problems below draw a diagram to represent the situation. Identify the knowns and
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For questions 1-3, consider the cart on a track below. A force is applied acting to the right.
Assume that friction is negligible.
For each question, one or more features of the system has been changed. You are to indicate wha
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Waves, Sound and Simple Harmonic Motion
wave properties, sound properties, period of a pendulum, etc
Energy
coaster problems, conservation of energy, work
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1. A 20 kg mass is allowed to accelerate down a -ictionless 15 ramp.
Draw a force diagram for the block.
Determine the value of the X-component of the force of gravity.
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UNIT V: Worksheet 1
1. ' An elevator is moving up at a constant velocity of 2.5 m/s, as illustrated in the diagram below:
The man has a mass of 85. kg.
a. Construct a force diagram for the man.
b. What force does the oor exert on the man?
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In all the problems below, draw a diagram to represent the situation. Identify the knowns and
unlmowns and label clearly.
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PHY 131
Projectile Motion
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Introduction: In this lab you will investigate the motion of an object launched at various angles relative to
the horizontal. Ignoring air resistance, we would expect that the vertical motion would
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1) Get out HW to be checked. Go over answers.
2) Work on Projectile Problems 2. Hand in at end of class or next class.
3) Read Lab Sheet on Projectiles for next class. Remember that you will be working individually.
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By the time you finish all labs, worksheets and related activities, you should be able to:
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A 500 Kg mass in deep space (gravitational forces are negligible) experiences forces in a single plane as shown below.
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Determine the net force acting on the mass.
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Determine the acceleration of the mass.
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2D Motion: Worksheet 1
1. Given the following situation of a marble in motion on a rail (ignore air resistance):
v = 10. m/s
h = 1.5 m
a. Sketch motion maps showing the motion of the marble after it leaves the rail. Sketch motion
maps for x,
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1. An applied 35 N force pushes on a 9.0 kg block resting on a frictionless horizontal surface. The
force is directed downwards at an angle of 20.
a. Draw a force diagram for the block.
b. Determine the x-component of the app
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UNIT V: Worksheet 4
1. Suppose a hanging 1.0 kg lab mass is attached to a 4.0 kg block on the table.
a. If the coefficient of kinetic friction, k is 0.20., what is the acceleration of the block?
b. What would be the minimum value of the coeff
Physics 182A Study Guide - Quiz 2
Lab 7 - Circular Motion and Centripetal Force
Understand why we can have centripetal acceleration even when an object is moving with a constant
tangential velocity.
Even when an object is moving with constant tangential
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1) A airplane that is ying level needs to accelerate from a speed of 2.00 x 102 m/ s to a spe
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PHYSICS 180A: Fundamentals of Physics
Fall 2016
Lecture Examples Sheet 10 with Solutions
1 If the distance between two masses is increased by a factor of 3, what happens to the gravitational force
between them? What if the distance is decreased by a fact
PHYSICS 180A: Fundamentals of Physics
Fall 2016
Lecture Examples Sheet 9 with Solutions
1 A block of mass 3 kg is attached to a string that is anchored
to a peg in the center of a smooth, flat table, as shown in the
figure. The block is moving at a const
PHYSICS 180A: Fundamentals of Physics
Fall 2016
Lecture Examples Sheet 8 with Solutions
1 True or False? If the net force on an object is zero, then the velocity of the object is zero.
2 True or False? When a person is standing on a floor, the normal f
PHYSICS 180A: Fundamentals of Physics
Fall 2016
Lecture Examples Sheet 11 with Solutions
1 An object of mass 3 kg is dropped from a height of 6 m to the floor. How much work does the gravitational
force do on the object during this displacement?
2 A box
PHYSICS 180A: Fundamentals of Physics
Fall 2016
Lecture Examples Sheet 12 with Solutions
1 A crate of mass 50 kg, initially sliding in a straight line at 4 m/s across a rough floor, is brought to rest in 2 m
by the force of friction.
(a) Find the work
PHYSICS 180A: Fundamentals of Physics
Fall 2016
Lecture Examples Sheet 16 with Solutions
1 Two people, A and B, are standing facing each other on the surface of an ice-covered pond. Person A has a
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PHYSICS 180A: Fundamentals of Physics
Fall 2016
Lecture Examples Sheet 15 with Solutions
1 An object with mass 4 kg is moving along a horizontal line, with a velocity of 3 m/s to the right.
(a) Compute the objects kinetic energy and its momentum.
(b)