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The lecture is about to begin
Kinetic energy of rolling motion
A solid disc with radius R is rolling with constant angular velocity
on its edge along a flat surface without slipping.
Q. What is the total Kinetic energy o
A pair of books A (0.8kg) and B(0.6kg)
are stacked on a shelf which suddenly
collapses at one end. The books stay
together and slide down the shelf. The
shelf is a 40 rough inclined plane
k=0.8. find the acceleration of the
books.
You observe the incident
University of waterloo
Department of Physics and Astronomy
PHYSICS 111-MIDTERM TEST-Winter 2012
Monday, February 27, 2012 7.00-8.20pm
Aids Permitted: Non-programmable calculator
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS-READ CAREFULLY TO AVOID PENALTY
1.
Make s
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 11
Question 1
The motor and breaks on a Merry-Go-Round (carousel) have failed, leaving the 1000kg approximately-uniform
disk to rotate at a constant speed of 10RPM. In
L EC T URE 06:
Fric tion!
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Recognize Friction-Related problems
Recognize Problems involving
Static Friction
Kinetic Friction
Incorporate Friction into FBDs of
Masses on Horizontal Surfaces
Masses on Inclined Pl
L EC T URE 07b:
Work
&
Energy!
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Solve Problems related to
The Definition of Work
Work Done on an Object & Related
Change in Kinetic Energy
Change in Gravitational Energy
Change in Elastic Energy
Change in Thermal E
L EC T URE 05c:
Forces!
Normal Force, Inclines
& Contact Forces
Lecture Overview
You must know how to Solve Problems Involving;
Forces
Contact Forces
Gravitational Forces
Fundamental Forces
Newtons Laws
Solving Problems Using Newtons Laws
Friction
L EC T URE 05c:
Forces!
Gravitation and
rd Law
Newtons 3
Lecture Overview
You must know how to Solve Problems Involving;
Forces
Contact Forces
Gravitational Forces
Fundamental Forces
Newtons Laws
Solving Problems Using Newtons Laws
Friction
Mass o
L EC T URE 04b:
Relative
Motion!
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Solve 1-D Relative Motion Problems
Walking forward or backward in a
moving train or bus
Boat moving up or down a river
Jet flying with or against the wind
Solve 2-D Relative Moti
L EC T URE 04c:
Relative
Motion!
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Solve 1-D Relative Motion Problems
Walking forward or backward in a
moving train or bus
Boat moving up or down a river
Jet flying with or against the wind
Solve 2-D Relative Moti
L EC T URE 05a:
Forces!
Introduction &
st Law
Newtons 1
Lecture Overview
You must know how to Solve Problems Involving;
Forces
Contact Forces
Gravitational Forces
Fundamental Forces
Newtons Laws
Solving Problems Using Newtons Laws
Friction
Mass on
L EC T URE 04a:
Relative
Motion!
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Solve 1-D Relative Motion Problems
Walking forward or backward in a
moving train or bus
Boat moving up or down a river
Jet flying with or against the wind
Solve 2-D Relative Moti
L EC T URE 05b:
Forces!
Newtons
nd
2
Law
Lecture Overview
You must know how to Solve Problems Involving;
Forces
Contact Forces
Gravitational Forces
Fundamental Forces
Newtons Laws
Solving Problems Using Newtons Laws
Friction
Mass on a Horizontal P
542
CHAPT ER 15 Modern Physics
IMPORTANT LAWS AND EQUATIONS
1. Exponential decay of radioactive nuclei and particles: The
fraction of a large original population of identical radioactive
systems remaining is equal to one-half raised to the power of
the el
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 7
Question 1
You are driving your car uphill along a straight road. Suddenly, you see a car run a red light and enter the
intersection just ahead of you. You slam on yo
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 2
Question 1
After purchasing (and playing) Grand Theft Auto V, youve discovered that you are able to harness some of your
amazing physics power to help you in the game
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 9
Question 1
A fisherman in a boat catches a great white shark with a harpoon. The shark struggles for a while and then
becomes limp when at a distance of 300 m from th
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 8
Question 1
To socialize after physics class, you join the Waterloo Space Society as they launch some model rockets out in
Waterloo park. Since you cant stop thinking
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 3
Question 1
A small plane carrying some students from Toronto to Rochester takes off from the Pearson airport in Toronto.
The speed of the airplane has been measured a
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 10
Question 1
A solid sphere of mass m and radius r is placed at the top of a rough incline with angle from the horizontal. The
sphere beings to roll down the incline w
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 1
Question 1
Bob decides that he wants to go on a small vacation. He hops in his car and drives 6km east, then 12km north, and
finally 11km west. What is Bobs final pos
UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO
DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY
PHYS 111 Winter 2015
Tutorial 4
Question 1
In order to test out the acceleration of the elevator in the CN tower you take your bathroom scale with you on a
visit. You weigh yourself at home first an
Exercises
499
IMPORTANT LAWS AND EQUATIONS
1. Lens equation: One divided by the focal length of a lens is
equal to the sum of one divided by the object distance and one
divided by the image distance, or
1
1
1
5
1
. (14.1.1)
focal length
object distance
im
414
CHAPT ER 12 Electromagnetic Waves
the magnetron produces powerful beams of electrons that add energy to the charge oscillating
in the cavities. A loop of wire and a short antenna extract power from the resonant cavities
and emit the microwaves that th
Exercises
459
Lasers amplify light through the process of stimulated emission. In this process, energy
is transferred to atoms or atomlike systems contained in a laser medium. These excited systems might emit light spontaneously, and they can be stimulate
Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 05a, 05b, 05c, 05d, 05e, 05f
Side 1 of 12
Forces
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New
Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 04a, 04b, 04c
Side 1 of 4
Relative Motion
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Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 03a, 03b
2-Dimensional Kinematics
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