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5a sheet
You pull the 3kg block to the side by horizontally pulling on another string (string 2)
until string 1 makes an angle of 33 degrees to the vertical.
1. What is the tension in string 1?
2. What is the tension in string 2?
Three links of chai

Chapter 1 Objectives
Deduce from motion if systems are interacting
Mathematically describe position & motion
Mathematically describe and in 3D
Read and modify a simple computational
model at constant
Todays quote
If I have seen further it is by standing

1C Units and Sig figs, velocity
and momentum
Meter stick
Stopwatch
1 kilogram
What are the 7(9?) basic units?
Units combine
All physical properties are expressed in
combinations of units
for the most part all physical properties
can be expressed in term

Chapter 1 Objectives
Deduce from motion if systems are interacting
Mathematically describe position & motion
Mathematically describe and in 3D
Read and modify a simple computational
model at constant
Definition of a vector
Avectorhas
magnitude
direction
A

2A The momentum
principle
http:/www.glowscript.org/#/user/matterandinteractions/folder/matterandinte
ractions/program/02-Newton-grid
http:/www.glowscript.org/#/user/matterandinteractions/folder/matterandinte
ractions/program/02-Newton
System and surroundi

2B using the
momentum
principle
http:/phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/projectile-motion
Monkey-hunter demo
Special tennis balls
Updating and if constant
Tennis ball bounces
A tennis ball has a mass of 0.057 kg. A
professional tennis player hits the ball

Matter & Interactions 4e Univ. of Calgary PHYS 227 Lab 01 Intro to Computation
Introduction to 3D Computational Modeling in Physics
Equipment
0 computer with VPython and access to internet
Objectives
Throughout your undergraduate program and your career,

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5B Atwood Machine
An Atwood machine is made of two very nearly equal masses
m1 and m2 , ( m1> m2 ),
tied to a string and draped over a pulley that has negligible mass and friction.
1) Draw a free body diagram for each mass.
m1
2) How does the tensio

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5a sheet
You pull the 3kg block to the side by horizontally pulling on another string (string 2)
until string 1 makes an angle of 33 degrees to the vertical.
1. What is the tension in string 1?
2. What is the tension in string 2?
Three links of chai

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5a sheet
You pull the 3kg block to the side by horizontally pulling on another string (string 2)
until string 1 makes an angle of 33 degrees to the vertical.
1. What is the tension in string 1?
2. What is the tension in string 2?
Three links of chai

Solutions
5a sheet
You pull the 3kg block to the side by horizontally pulling on another string (string 2),
until string 1 makes an angle of 33 degrees to the vertical.
1. What is the tension in string 1?
The original tension 3 kg * 9.8 N/kg= 29.4 N in th

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5C Changing momentum in circular motion
1) You swing from an 8 m long rope as shown below. Assume your mass is 70 kg and velocity at
point A is 15 m/s. What is the tension in the rope (at point A) when you are swinging?
A
2) An airplane is travellin

Chapter 8
Quantized energy
Bound energy is particular (quantized)
Macroscopic energy diagrams
Any energy is possible
What will happen when the
electron hits the mercury atom?
Observed with the Franck-Hertz
experiment
Microscopic energy diagrams
Specific a

Other fundamental
forces
Chart: http:/
energyeducation.ca/simulations/nuclear/nuclidesnew
2.html
Electric force
Will discuss this far more in 255
Charge:
is a fundamental property of matter
creates electric and magnetic fields
responds to electric an