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.
Chapter 11
Impulse and Momentum
Momentum
The product of a particles mass and velocity is called
the momentum of the particle:
Momentum is a vector, with units of kg m/s.
A particles momentum vector
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Laboratory Manual
University Physics II: PHYS 208L
SPRING 2016
Virginia Commonwealth University, Physics Department
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MasteringX:
Significant Figures and
Tolerance Reference
Guide
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Significant Figures and Tolerance
Significant figure handling in an online homework system is an important issue. Its
proper han
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RECITATION #8: Newtons 3rd Law (part 2)
1. A mobile at the art museum has a 2.0 kg steel cat and a 4.0 kg steel dog suspended from a
lightweight cable as shown in the figure. It is found that
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RECITATION #4 Ans Key: Vectors and 2D Motion
1. A rocket-powered hockey puck moves on a horizontal frictionless table. The figure at right shows graphs of vx and vy ,
the x- and y-components
Chapter 7
Newtons third law
Chapter 7 Newtons Third Law
Chapter Goal: To use Newtons third law to understand
interacting objects.
Chapter 7 Preview
Chapter 7 Preview
Chapter 7 Preview
General Principl
Chapters 5,6
Forces and Motion along a line
Newtons Law of Motion
Sir Isaac Newton
(1642 1727)
published in 1687
Kinematics vs. Dynamics
So far, we discussed kinematics (chapters 2 and 4)
The discussi
Chapter 8
Motion in a plane
Examples:
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General Principles
General Principles
General Principles
General Principles
Important Concepts
Important Concepts
Nonuniform Circular Motion: Review
In terms o
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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
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RECITATION
#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:
(cerrt"r,6g-Tlr left)
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RECITATION HANDOUT #1: Representations of lD Motion
Problem #1: Description of Motion
At the beginning, the object is at rest at the origin. CONTINUE
Subsequentt, +he ob;ect moves toward the
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RECITATION #4: 2D Motion
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. T
Useful Equations for Physics 207
Updated September 23, 2016
av =
avg
d
, =
t
dt
d
, =
t
dt
vt 2
ar =
r
s = r ,v = r ,at = r
Useful Constants/Conversion Factors:
Circle: Circumference=2r
Area=r2
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Chapter 10
Energy
Part 1
Kinetic Energy
Kinetic Energy K is energy associated with
the state of motion of an object
Units: joule (J)
1 joule = 1 J = 1 kgm2/s2
Energy is a scalar quantity (a number) th
Chapter 9
Work
Work Done by a Constant Force
Work done by a constant force
A force acts with a
constant strength and
in a constant direction
as a particle moves along
a straight line through a
displa
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RECITATION #6: Dynamics I: Motion along a Line (part 1)
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Recitation 6: Dynamics I: Motion along a line (part 1)
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Recitation 6: Dynamics I: Motion along a line (part 1)
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