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I have made a list of suggested end of chapter problems, focusing on ODDnumbered problems so you can check your answers:
momentum: 25, 27, 33, 37, 41
final known, initial unknown
PHYSICS 11 STUDY
textbook reading assignment
review lecture notes, reread
problem spots in text
do online homework, set up each
written HW problem
complete HW problems, make a
reconcile with solution handout,
Mat 205 Midterm Exam 1, 2011 5
46 normal points + 8 bonus points
Note: include plots or diagrams wherever possible to support your calculations.
Potentially useful information (or maybe not):
* 1 GPa = 109 N/m2
SOLUTION Homework 7
Problem with an electric motor
A wire loop of resistance 5 with radius 0.15m, rotates 50 times per second
about a horizontal axis in a vertical magnetic field of magnitude of 0.25T. The
magnetic field is pointing up.
a) Find an alg
A bullet of mass 40g has an initial velocity of 200m/s. The bullet hits and embeds itself in a
2.5kg wooden block attached to two 2m long, strings hanging from the ceiling.
a) What is the velocity of the wooden block with
Practice Final Exam
Problem 1 Physics I O
A paragliding woman leaves the ground at a height of 200m above a lake. She jumps with an
initial speed of lOm/s, and, after 75, she is able to land just past the lake as shown in the picture
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Practice Hour Exam 2
Problem 1 Physics 10
Two balls, m1=0. 5kg and m2=0 75kg, collide. as shown in the picture below where you have a
before and after collision picture of the balls with the pertinent information After the collision,
the two balls stick t
Problem with Equibriumb Pm,
A 4m long rod pivoted in the ceiling is held buy a verti-
cal cable attached to the ceiling and sustaining the rod MI
0.5m away from its end. The rod makes an angle of 30 0.
with the ceiling, and it weights 1kg. Attached
Problem with Carnot Cycle
One mole of an ideal monoatomic gas has volume of . I (31$, , , , ,
V1=0.03m3 and it is at a pressure of P1=100kPa. 1x105 l ' t ' '1
Through an isothermal process, the gas expands to ' ' . x i _._
an unknown volume V2 a
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Puck A and B have the same mass mA=mB=m./ Pucks A and B rest on ice, and we can assume
there is no friction between the pucks and the ice. Puck A hits puck B which is at rest. The Speed
Practice Hour Exam 1
A man jumps from a springboard into a swimming pool. His initial velocity is of 6.5m/s oriented
at an angle of 55 with respect to the level of the water. Before reaching the water, the man trav
els 5m horizontally
Problem on Heat Transfer
A cubic box of outer side 20cm is made of berglass and has walls 0.5 cm thick. The box hangs
in the air, and it contains 5kg of ice just taken from a freezer at -10C. The temperature outside of
the box is 20C. Heat i
Practice Hour Exam 2
Two balls, m1=0.5kg and m2=0.75kg, collide as shown in the picture below where you have a before and after collision picture of the balls with the pertinent information. After the collision, the
two balls stick to
Practice Final Exam
Catwoman leaves the ground at a height of 200m above a lake. She jumps with an initial speed
of 10m/s, and, after 7s, she is able to land just past the lake as shown in the picture below.
vi = 10 m/s
Batesville High School Physics
an object is moving, it has energy.
(Be careful, the converse of this
statement is not always true!)
This energy is called kinetic energy the energy of motion.
BIOS 115 Biology Core II: Genetics
EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE
Important Genetics Topics:
Personal genomics is the analysis or sequencing of the genome (genetic material) of an
The FDA is regulating personal genomics companies because there is a lot of
ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY STUDY GUIDE EXAM #1
Agonists- medications that increase the activity of a neurotransmitter. Inverse
agonists produce effects that are opposite to those of a NTM.
Antagonists- medications that block or decrease the action of a neurotran
Resource for Option #1
PROTEIN STUDY GUIDE
Protein is one of the most important constituents of our food because it is the chief constituent of
the body cell, of body tissues, and of body fluid.
List three reasons protein is ne
Worth 100 points
1) (5 points) How is compliance related to wall tension in the wall of a vessel? Which type of
vessels are more compliant (veins or capillaries?) What property allows these vessels to be
BIOE 20 Bioengineering Sophomore Seminar, Spring 2017
Professor Lori Herz
Dept. of Chemical Engineering / Bioengineering Prog
Lecture 19, November 9, 2016: Periodic Motion
Before now, fundamentals.Now, some applications. Finish course with Thermodynamics.
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Lecture 24, November 30, 2016: Heat Engines
Work done by a gas: W = pdV
First Law of Thermodynamics Conservation of energy. AU = U2 -
Q= heat INTO system; W= work done Bl the system
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Lecture 21, November 16, 2016: Heat capacity and transfer
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contact, they will exchange heat WISE?!" Laggawmwettemperaure,
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Recall state variables." For an ideal gas, we need PRESSURE, VOLUME, and TEMPERATURE. Related
via an equation of state. Recall the mechanical equivalent of heat": The same temper
Lecture 23, November 28, 2016: First Law of Thermod namics
' Recall: Heat Capacity Q : MCEAT or Q ZEUC T Specific heat of ideal gas (measured at
constant volume) = C, = (3/2)R for monatomic, C, = (5/2) R for diatomic.
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