Phys 1L03
Forth series: forces, equilibrium
Tutorial session
Set 4
Concept:
Newtons Law of Universal Gravitation: F = G
Coulombs Law: F = k
q1 q 2
r
2
m1 m 2
r
G = 6.67 10 11 N m 2 kg 2
2
k = 8.99 10 9 N m 2 C 2
Static friction f s s N
kinetic friction f

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Second Series: questions on Velocity
Set 2
1. Draw a graph for the following data:
Time(s)
0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
Position (m)
0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
a. Find the average velocity for the given intervals:
Time interval

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
First series questions on unit, significant figures
Set 1
1.
The prefix micro () means
a. 106
b. 106
c. 103
d. 103
2.
Both sides of an equation must be equal in
a. Numerical value
b. Units
c. Dimensions
d. All of the above
3.
Ca

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Second Series: questions on Velocity
Set 2
1. Draw a graph for the following data:
Time(s)
0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
Position (m)
0
5.0
10.0
15.0
20.0
25.0
30.0
a. Find the average velocity for the given intervals:
Time interval

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Set 6
Sixth series: Questions on Newtons Laws
1. A mother of mass 50 kg and her daughter of mass 25 kg are ice-skating. They face each other, and
the mother pushes on the daughter such that the daughters acceleration is 2 m/s2.

Forces
Forces
Concepts:
What is force?
Force
Category of forces
Free body diagram
Equilibrium
Chapter: 3
Pages: 48-69
1
2
Forces
Forces
Since the interaction is between two objects,
there are two forces, one on each object
Whether pushing a grocery cart

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Set 3
Part 1
Third series: Conceptual questions on kinematics. Multiple choice questions are changed for
discussion.
1. Can a body have velocity and acceleration in opposite direction in an instant?
2. When a ball is thrown upwa

Phys 1L03
Ninth Set - Loudness of Sound
Tutorial session
Set 9
Sound Intensity level
The base-10 logarithm is used often in Physics, such as to define the sound intensity
level.
The logarithm unit of sound intensity level is called the decibel (dB).
Th

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Eight series: Questions on Torque and equilibrium
1. trap door, of length and width 1.65 m, is held open at an angle of 65.0o with
respect to the floor. A rope is attached to the raised edge of the door and
fastened to the wall

Phys 1L03
Ninth Set - Loudness of Sound
Tutorial session
Set 9
Sound Intensity level
The base-10 logarithm is used often in Physics, such as to define the sound intensity
level.
The logarithm unit of sound intensity level is called the decibel (dB).
Th

Phys 1L03
Tenth series: Wave, sound wave
Tutorial session
Set 10
1. At Zion National Park a loud shout produces an echo 1.85 s later from a colourful sandstone cliff.
How far away is the cliff?
2. Four waves are described by the following equations, all d

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Set 5
Fifth series: Questions on Newtons Laws
1. A car traveling 72.0 km/h along a straight, level road is brought uniformly to a stop in a distance of
40.0 m. If the car weighs 8.8 x 103 N, what is the braking force?
2. A crate

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
First series questions on unit, significant figures
Set 1
1.
The prefix micro () means
a. 106
b. 106
c. 103
d. 103
2.
Both sides of an equation must be equal in
a. Numerical value
b. Units
c. Dimensions
d. All of the above
3.
Ca

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Set 6
Sixth series: Questions on Newtons Laws
1. A mother of mass 50 kg and her daughter of mass 25 kg are ice-skating. They face each other, and
the mother pushes on the daughter such that the daughters acceleration is 2 m/s2.

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Set 7
Seventh series: Questions on Center of mass, and Torque
Concept:
1. Three masses, 2.0 kg, 3.0 kg, and 6.0 kg, are
located at points (3.0, 0), (6.0, 0), and (-4.0,
0), respectively, in meters from the origin.
Where is the c

Phys 1L03
Tutorial session
Eight series: Questions on Torque and equilibrium
1. trap door, of length and width 1.65 m, is held open at an angle of 65.0o with
respect to the floor. A rope is attached to the raised edge of the door and
fastened to the wall

Kinematics
Motion
Locomotion
What is motion?
Chapter 2
Concepts: Position & Displacement
Velocity & Speed
Acceleration
Motion in one Dimension
Free Fall
Physiological Detection of Acceleration
Motion is a change of position with time.
PHYS 1L03, Fall 201