Physics 2E3
Mar 16, 2010
Name_
Student Number:_
Duration: 80 minutes
Only the McMaster standard calculator (Casio fx-991) is allowed. Notes and formula sheets are not
permitted. A sheet of formulae and information isincluded as the last page; if you use i
Physics 2E3
Mar 12, 2012
Name_
Student Number:_
Duration: 80 minutes
Only the McMaster standard calculator (Casio fx-991) is allowed. Notes and formula sheets are not
permitted. A sheet of formulae and information is included as the last page; if you use
Physics 2E3
Mar 16, 2010 Name_ Student Number:_
Duration: 80 minutes Only the McMaster standard calculator (Casio fx-991) is allowed. Notes and formula sheets are not permitted. A sheet of formulae and information isincluded as the last page; if you use i
Physics 2E3
Feb 10, 2010 Name_ Student Number:_
Duration: 80 minutes Only the McMaster standard calculator (Casio fx-991) is allowed. Notes and formula sheets are not permitted. A sheet of formulae and information is included as the last page; if you use
Physics 2E3
Feb 6, 2012
Name_
Student Number:_
Duration: 80 minutes
Only the McMaster standard calculator (Casio fx-991) is allowed. Notes and formula sheets are not
permitted. A sheet of formulae and information is included as the last page; if you use i
Physics 2E03
Assignment 4
Due Friday, Feb. 17
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A particle of mass m moves on the positive x axis under the influence of a force F = K/x2, wh
APPENDIX:
Quick Review of Complex Numbers
A complex number z has the form z = x + iy, where x and y are real numbers, and i has the property that
i2 = 1. (In electronics and electrical engineering, the symbol j is often used, so that i may be
reserved for
Physics 2E03
Assignment 5
Due Wednesday, Mar. 4
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A damped, driven oscillator (mass on a spring, with linear drag) has settled down to a stea
Physics 2E03
Assignment 7
Due Wednesday, Mar. 18
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A wedge of mass M slides on a frictionless horizontal surface; a block of mass m slides on
Physics 2E03
Assignment 2
Due Wednesday, Jan. 25
Assume all numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. For a projectile affected by gravity and a linear drag force, the text gives the trajector
Physics 2E03
Assignment 6
Due Wednesday, Mar. 11
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A bead of mass m slides on a frictionless wire bent into the shape of a parabola, y = bx2,
Physics 2E03
Assignment 3
Due Wednesday, Feb. 1
Assume all numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A billiard ball (solid uniform sphere) is struck so that it has initial velocity v0, but no
Physics 2E03
Assignment 1
Due Wednesday, Jan. 18
Assume all numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. You watch from your window (the coordinate origin) as a rock falls. The rock begins at res
Physics 2E03
Assignment 5
Due Wednesday, Feb. 29
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3 digits.
1. A mass on a spring has a natural frequency of 1 Hz (note, hertz, not radians per second).
Physics 2E03
Assignment 8
Due Wednesday, Apr. 1
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. In class we assumed the sun (mass M) was fixed at the origin, as a planet (mass m) moves ar
Physics 2E03
Assignment 7
Due Wednesday, Mar. 21
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A bead of mass m slides on a frictionless wire bent into the shape of a parabola, z = bx2,
Physics 2E03
Assignment 8
Due Wednesday, Mar. 28
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A fast train (speed v = 100 m/s) moves on a straight track at latitude 60 N. A plumb bob i
Physics 2E03
Assignment 7
Due Wednesday, Mar. 21
Assume any numerical values given below are accurate to 3 significant digits, and calculate answers to 3
digits.
1. A bead of mass m slides on a frictionless wire bent into the shape of a parabola, z = bx2,