VARIABLES
DEFINICION CONCEPTUAL
DIMENSIONES
INDICADORES
MOTIVACIN
Es la capacidad que tienen las empresas y
organizaciones para mantener el estmulo
positivo de sus empleados en relacin a todas
las actividades que realizan para llevar a cabo
los objetos de
Lecture 2
09/14/2016
One Dimensional Kinematics
On position vs. time graph, slope = velocity
If slope positive, then velocity positive
If slope negative, then velocity negative
Velocity is vector, has magnitude and direction
When doing problems always: ch
Lecture 1
09/13/2016
One Dimensional Kinematics
Position (scalar) vs. Time (vector) graphs (where position is a function
of time)
Distance (scalar) vs. Displacement (vector) graphs (distance is the
length travelled, where as displacement is the change in
Balloons:
- Balloons are held taut by the gases inside.
- Some balloons float in air while others dont.
- Hot-air balloons dont have to be sealed.
- Helium balloons leak even when sealed.
- A balloon will float if its average density is less than that of
PHYS100 Astronomy
Name:
Lab 8 Ages of Star Clusters
Introduction:
In this lab, you will find the ages of star clusters (and the stars within them) by considering the rate at which
stars fuse hydrogen to helium and by studying the color-magnitude diagrams
PHYS100 Astronomy
Name:
Lab 1 Measuring Angles
PART 1
Materials:
measuring tape or meter stick
Purpose
To determine the angular size (the angle in the sky) parts of your hand make.
Background
There are several method of measuring angles and rather sophis
PHYS100 Astronomy
Name:
Lab 4 Atmospheric Comparison of Earth and its
Neighbors
Introduction
The four inner, or terrestrial, planets have some similar geographic properties but only one, Earth,
appears to be habitable to live. In this lab, we look at the
PHYS100 Astronomy
Name:
Lab 5 Saturns Rings
Background:
In the lab you will use your knowledge of Keplers and Newtons Laws to analyze the behavior of ring patterns in the
rings of Saturn.
Purpose: To summarize how shepherd moons manage to keep the particl
Konrad Mazurkiewicz
PHYSICS: Electricity Review
Chapter 20- Electric Charge, Force and Field
20.1: Electric Charge
-all forces weve encountered, with the exception of gravity, are due to electric interactions
-electric charge comes in either positive or n
Unit Test I 2015/2016
1. (UT-01-1516-01) The attached figure shows three forces, F1, F2 and F3. The
figure also contains the coordinate system chosen by a student to solve a given
mechanics problem. Which of the three forces has the largest xcomponent?
Hi
Final Posting Unit Test I 2015/2016
Below you find:
! commentary on some questions,
! a brief outline to illustrate how to solve the short answer problems (Questions 12 15), and
! the finalized answers.
Note that our responses will be short as they are no
Physics NiNJA
Physics 1302B/1402B
Electric Fields and Forces
Electric Fields and Forces
Chapter Review
Submitted Questions
Conceptual Questions
Problems and Solutions
Chapter Review
Electric fields produced by point charges, lines of charge, sheets of ch
First Year Physics Laboratory Timetable - 2016-2017
Physics 1301A - Course Section 001/007/008
Laboratory Section 006
Tuesdays - 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
University OWL site for all courses:
https:/owl.uwo.ca/
Physics 1301 Course OWL site:
Refer to this site for
Chapter 13: Waves
Damped harmonic motion: periodic or repeated motion where amplitude and oscillation decrease over
time
Resonance and resonant frequencies: objects that oscillate at their natural frequencies will oscillate
most easy a their natural frequ
Physics 2102B Problem Set 2
1. Consider several alpha particles approaching a nucleus, with various impact
parameters b , but all with the same total energy E . Prove that an alpha particle that
approaches the nucleus head-on ( b = 0 ) gets closer to the
STUDENT NAME: _ STUDENT NUMBER: _
PHYSICS 2102B
Term Test No. 1
6 February 2015
P&AB 148
10:30 11:20 AM
INSTRUCTIONS:
This is a CLOSED BOOK exam.
You may use a calculator of any type (except on a smartphone).
Round all numerical answers to three significa
Physics 2102B - 1st Assignment
Your assignment has to be handed in, in class, at the lecture on Friday, February 3,
2016.
1. Bob and Bob Jr. stand at open doorways at opposite ends of an airplane hangar 25m
long. Anna owns a spaceship, 40m long as it sits
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
A light rope passes over a light frictionless pulley attached to the ceiling. An object with a large
mass is tied to one end and an object with a smaller mass is tied to the other end. Starting from
rest the heavier object moves downwa
15. The diagram shows a. Utube with crosssectional area A and partially lled with oil of density
p. A solid cylinder, which ts the tube tightly but can slide without friction7 is planed in the
right arm. The system is in equilibrium. The weight of the cyl
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
90
An SO-N crate slides with constant speed a distance of 5.0m downward along a rough slope
that makes an angle of 30 with the horizontal. The work done by the force of gravity is:
400 J
200 J
769 J
200 J
400 J
ans: D
55.0533?
A man pu
11. A stone thrown from the top of a tall building follows a path that is:
Circular
made of two straight line segments
hyperbolic
parabolic
a straight line
EDQW?
ans: D
12, Identical guns re identical bullets horizontally at the same speed from the same h
29.
30.
31.
32.
Neglecting air resistance, the escape speed from a certain planet for an empty space vehicle is
1.12 x 104 m/s. What is the corresponding escape speed for the fully loaded vehicle, which has
triple the mass of the empty one?
3.73 x 103 m/s
Physics1302/1402
2017
Formula Sheet
Speedoflightinvacuum
GravitationalaccelerationonEarth
Elementarycharge
Coulombsconstantk=1/(4
Permittivityofthevacuum
Electronmass
Protonmass
Electronvolt
3.0 x 108 m/s
9.8 m/s2
1.6 x 1019 C
9.0 x 109 N m2 / C2
8.85
15.
16:
17,
18.
19.
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The mass of a body:
95.0.5395?"
is slightly different at different places on Earth
is a vector
is independent of the free-fall acceleration
is the same for all bodies of the same volume
can be measured most accurately on a spring sc
14.
15.
1. boy pulls a wooden box along a rough horizontal oor at constant speed by means of a force
P as shown. In the diagram f is the magnitude of the force of friction, N is the magnitude of
the normal force, and F9 is the magnitude of the force of gr
17. 1.513 + 27.3 =
29
28.8
28.9
28.81
28.813
( )Ans: B
18. 1 mi is equivalent to 1609 In so 55 mph is:
15 m/s
25 [11/3
66 m/s
88 m/S
1500 m/s
Ans: B
F9053?
51.5.0535?
19. A sphere with a. radius of 1.7 cm has a volume of:
2.1 x 105 m3
9.1 X 104 1'113
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Physics 1029B
Lecture 9 Newtonian Fluids in Physiology (p.g. 97-99)
Note only lecture notes; textbook reading is all examples of Flow resistance in the human
cardiovascular system & and filtration in the kidneys.
Physics 1029B 04/04/16
Lecture 10 Variable Tube Size & Kirchhoffs Laws (p.g. 94-97)
13.3.5: Newtonian Fluid Flow with Variable Flow Size
When ideal dynamic fluid flows through a tube of variable size, the combination of the
equation of continuity and Bern