PHYS207 Syllabus Questions
1. A clicker is used for your lecture participation grade (5%). If your clicker is broken or has dead batteries, can you still somehow get credit that day? (a) yes (b) no 2. How many attendance scores (lecture or recitation) can
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RECITATION HANDOUT #0: Short Review of Trigonometry and Calculus
to determine the length D in the right triangle shown.
Express the indicated trigonometric values by using both fractions and decimals.
1. Use Pythagoras's Theorem
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#3: lD Motion, Vectors
1. The position ys. time (i.e., x vs. f) graph shown below represents l-dimensional motion with constant
acceleration. Fill in the blanks:
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(a.) When /: 0s, the object is located
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Problem #1: Description of Motion
At the beginning, the object is at rest at the origin. CONTINUE
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1. A rocket-powered hockey puck moves on a horizontal frictionless table. The
figure at right shows graphs of v, and v, , the x- and y-components of the puck's
velocity. The puck starts at the origin.
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Laboratory Manual
University Physics II: PHYS 208L
SPRING 2016
Virginia Commonwealth University, Physics Department
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