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A man is pushing the car horizontally from right to left, with a constant force of 120 N. Assuming
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Physics 1003A Final Exam
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Sir Isaac Newton is reputed to have devised the theory of gravitation when an apple
fell on his head when he was sitting under an apple tree. Estimate, to the nearest order of
magnitude,
Online Test 5a: Physics 1003 Fall 2011
(11.6) Two people of unequal strength must carry a uniform beam of length L while holding it
horizontal. The weaker of the two holds the beam at one end. How far from the other end must the
stronger person hold the b
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A uniform solid disk has a radius 0.343 m and mass 0.540 kg. It rolls down a ramp without slipping,
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A vacuum pump is connected to its electric motor by a belt drive (see
figure). The motor (on the left in the figure) rotates at a rate of 1200
rev/min and the diame
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from rest and starting from a height 2.56 m above
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Problem Set 8: Waves
Question 1
The wave function for a wave on a string under tension is:
y(x, t) = (0.250 m)sin(2x +9t +/4)
The string has a linear mass density (m/L) of 25.0 g/m.
a)
b)
c)
d)
Calculate the wave number
Calculate the frequency
What is the
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Problem Set 6: Rotational Motion
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A vacuum pump is connected to its electric motor by a belt drive (see
figure). The motor (on the left in the figure) rotates at a rate of 1200
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Three dimensional motion including circular motion
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The velocity v of a particle moving in the xy plane is given by = (6.0 40. 2 ) + 8.0 where v is
measured in m/s, and t >0, measured in seconds.
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(
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Partial Differentiation and Application to
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Differentiating Functions of One Variable
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() =
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