Physics I Laboratory
Faculty of Science, UOIT
Lab Report PhyI-03: Dynamics Laws
Students name_ CRN _Date_
Glider mass _205g_; Hanger mass _5g_
M: the mass of the glider with or without extra masses;
m: the mass of the hanger with any extra masses on it.
C
PHY1020U
Formulas and Equations Midterm 1
NOTE that there are some basic laws, definitions and formulas that you are
expected to remember, like Newtons Laws.
k e = 8.99 10 9
N m2 / C 2
0 = 8.854 10 12 C 2 / N m 2
-19
e = 1.60x10 C
me = 9.11x10-31 kg
Coul
PHY1010 - Tutorial 3 Forces
x
x
x
G
Fnet
(Newtons Second Law).
m
An object is in translational equilibrium (stationary or moving with constant velocity) if vector sum of all
the forces acting on it is equal to zero.
Free body diagrams represent the object
Physics I Laboratory
Faculty of Science, UOIT
Lab # PhyI-04: Energy and Linear Momentum
Conservation in Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
(Knight, Ch.9: 9.1, 9.3, 9.4; Ch.10: 10.2, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6)
Introduction
There are a number of Conservation Laws in N
Surname, First name
Student Number
Tutorial Day
PHY1020 (Wed/Fri) Midterm test 1-B
February 13, 2009
11:15 pm - 12:30 pm
Instructor: Rupinder Brar
Academic Misconduct policies: All exam/midterm answers should be written in
ink. No white-out is allowed. If
Problem 10 - Block B (in the figure) weighs 711 N. The coefficient of static friction between block and table is
0.250; angle is 30.0; assume that the cord between B and the knot is horizontal. Find the maximum weight of
block A for which the system will
PHY1010 - Tutorial 3 Forces
Fnet
Forces are vector quantities that could cause acceleration: a
(Newtons Second Law).
m
An object is in translational equilibrium (stationary or moving with constant velocity) if vector sum of all
the forces acting on it i
PHY1010 - Tutorial 2A: Vectors, 1-D Motion, 2-D Motion
Chapter 2 Motion along a Straight Line
x = x2 x1 = displacement of a moving object, which is the change in position of the object during its
motion.
t = t2 t1 = elapsed time = the time taken to travel
PHYSICS 1010 T#5 Questions and Solutions
Chapter 9, Problem 63 A body of mass 2.0 kg makes an elastic collision with another body at rest and
continues to move in the original direction but with 1/4 of its original speed. (a) What is the mass of the
other
2013-2014
Undergraduate Academic Calendar and
Course Catalogue
Published June 2013
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Lecture 11.
Chapter 11.
Impulse and
Momentum
Chapter 11 Impulse and Momentum
.
IN THIS CHAPTER, you will learn to use the concepts of
impulse and momentum.
Impulse and Momentum.
Think about the collision between a tennis ball and a racket.
Its not instant
Lecture 9
Chapter 7.
Forces
Chapter 7 Newtons Third Law
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IN THIS CHAPTER, you will use Newtons third law to
understand how objects interact.
Chapter 7. Newtons Third Law.
.
Chapter 7. Newtons Third Law
Interacting Objec
PHYS1010U Physics I
Midterm Test 1; Section 2
9:45 am - 11:00 pm; 75 min
October 4, 2016, Fall
Instructor: Marian Kowalski
Print your full name, student number and sign below.
First Name
Last Name
Student
Number
Student
Signature
Academic policies:
All ex
PHYS1010U Physics I
Midterm Test 1; Section 3
8:10 am - 9:25 pm; 75 min
October 4, 2016, Fall
Instructor: Marian Kowalski
Print your full name, student number and sign below.
First Name
Last Name
Student
Number
Student
Signature
Academic policies:
All exa
Problem Solving Worksheet Problem Description:
Model
Make simplifying assumptions
Visualize
Draw a picture; show important points.
Establish a coordinate system; define symbols.
Solve
Assess
Have you answered the question?
Do you have the correct units,
Lecture 12
Chapter 11. Part 2
Impulse and
Momentum
Chapter 11 Impulse and Momentum
.
IN THIS CHAPTER, you will learn to use the concepts of
impulse and momentum.
Impulse
Newtons second law may be formulated in terms of
momentum rather than acceleration:
R
Lecture 7
Chapter 5.
Forces
Chapter 5. Part 1: Whats a Force?
IN CHAPTER 5, you will learn about the connection between force and motion.
Chapter 5. Part 1: Forces
Long-range forces do not need a
physical contact.
Catalog of forces.
Contact forces:
spring
Motion, Chapt.1.
& 1D Kinematics
Chapt.2
Introduction to motion.
- The universe we live in is one of change and motion in
space and time, which is the focus of Physics I.
- If we want to characterize and analyze and predict the
motion, without understandi
Problem Solving Worksheet Problem Description:
Model
Make simplifying assumptions
Visualize
Draw a picture; show important points.
Establish a coordinate system; define symbols.
Solve
Assess
Have you answered the question?
Do you have the correct units,
About Midterm
Date and locations
Saturday, October 22, 2016
7 pm to 9 pm
Room
UA1140 Section 2
Seating will be assigned
Coverage
Material covered in Lectures 1 to 6
Mostly related to Chapters 1 to 6 of the prescribed
textbook
Exam Format
Multiple
Lecture 8
Chapter 6.
Forces
Inertial Mass
An object with twice the amount of matter accelerates
only half as much in response to the same force.
The more matter an object has, the more it resists
accelerating in response to the same force.
The tendency of
PHY1010U Physics I
Tutorial1, Worksheet 2
Fall 2016
Name: _Student ID: _Tutorial Date_
Problems
1. Right in front of you there is a building of height h, 20 m away from where you stand. You throw
a ball with a speed of 25 m/s, at an angle of 60 above the
Lecture 3.
c.1D kinem. Chap.2.
Vectors. Chapt. 3.
The Kinematic Equations. Continuation.
For motion with constant acceleration, the kinematic
equations are
Lets use them in examples.
Problem Solving strategy. The Kinematic Equations.
Example: A Porsche ac
Physics I Laboratory
Faculty of Science, UOIT
Report PhyI-01: Measurement and Evaluation of
Physical Parameters
Students name_ CRN _ Date _
Experiment #1: Length, Diameter and Volume
Hypothesis
What method do you think will be more precise for measuring t