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The Physics of Walking
Great are the works of the Lord, studied by all who delight in them. (Psalm 111:2)
An exploration of Newtons laws and an understanding of friction can enhance our
understanding

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Rotational Motion Lab
Spring 2013
INTRODUCTION
There are a number of important concepts youve learned in chapter 10 with regard to rotational
motion. First of all, there are the rotational analogies: rotational displacement is given by ,
rotat

Dr. Chediak PHY201 Spring 2012
Suggested End-of-chapter textbook problems
Note: The following list is not intended to be exhaustive. It is merely
representative. The problems listed below represent helpful exercises for
demonstrating and improving ones ma

PHY201 - Dr. Chediak
Rotation Motion Lab
This is the format for Table I
Radius
(m)
Mass
(kg)
h0 (m)
h1 (m)
h2 (m)
h2 (m)
h2 (m)
h2 avg
(m)
GPE Lost
(J)
d (m)
(rads) Frictioanal
(N*m)
PHY201 - Dr. Chediak
Rotation Motion Lab
This is the format for Table

PHY 201 Physics for Engineers I w/ Lab (4 units)
Instructor:
Alex Chediak, Ph.D.
Office location:
James 136B
Telephone:
951-343-4912
Email:
achediak@calbaptist.edu
Office hours:
WF 11-12 and 2-3, W 3-4
By appointment only TuTh 1-2 and Thur 11-12.
If these

Dr. Chediak
PHY201
Answers to suggested even numbered Giancoli problems in Chapters 4-8
CHAPTER 4
32. (a) 350N | (b) 1.5 m/s2
46. We did this one in class. For part e:
(e)
Using the given values,
a
F
m1 m2 m3
96.0 N
30.0 kg
are the same value, the net for

Dr. Chediak
PHY201
Answers to suggested even numbered Giancoli problems in Chapters 9-14
Chapter 9
o
6.
=39.9
16.
v ,B=0.66
m
s
,
3
24.
a)
b)
20.
v A =5.2010
m
, away Earth
s
910 J
8
2
10
1.0 X
kg*m/s
28.
p=5 Ns
34.
v A =2.7
m
s
v ,B=4.2
m
s
38.
,
mB=2.0

Dr. Chediak
Answers to suggested even numbered Giancoli problems in Chapters 1-3
CHAPTER 1
18.
26.
1.80 m 142.5 cm 5.34 105 m 1.80 m 1.425 m 0.534 m 3.759 m 3.76 m
3000 mi 1 km
0.621 mi 1 hr 10 km 500 hr
36. Dimensions of A are L/T4 | Dimensions of B are

PHY201
ConservationofMomentum
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Equipment:Timerinterfaceandprogram,airtrackandtwogliders,twophotogates,
balance.
Introduction
Forcollisionsinisolatedsystems:
pi=m1 v 1 i+ m2 v 2 i= p f =m 1 v 1 f +m 2 v 2 f
Andiftheobjectssticktogetherafterthecol