If you can do all these, you have mastered the material.
1. A mass of 3kg is free to move on a horizontal frictionless surface
and attached to a spring of k=15 N/m. It is displaced from equilibrium
by 0.1m to the right and released from rest.
a. What is t
Faculty of Engineering
2016 COURSE OUTLINE
ENGR 112 - Design I
Term Fall 2016
Instructor
Affiliation
Section
E-mail
Peter Wild
Faculty of Engineering
B01-B16
pwild@uvic.ca
Course Description
This course offers students an introduction to the principles of
When answering numerical questions, please make your answers accurate to two decimal places.
SAMPLE ONLY DO NOT BRING TO QUIZ!
ECON 180 Fall 2016: Quiz 2
October 19th, 2016 | 11:30 12:20 (50 minutes) | 10 pages
Material allowed: Non-programmable, no
Experiment
Picket Fence Free Fall
1
We say an object is in free fall when the only force acting on it is the earths gravitational force.
No other forces can be acting; in particular, air resistance must be either absent or so small as to
be ignored. When
Name: _ Date: _
1. Psychology is defined as the scientific study of:
A) conscious experience.
B) consciousness and the brain.
C) observable behavior.
D) mind and behavior.
2. _ believed that the mind was a blank slate.
A) Nativists
B) Philosophical empiri
Second Law of Thermodynamics
Multiple statements of the Second Law
It is impossible for any system to undergo a process in which it
absorbs heat from a reservoir at a single temperature and converts the
heat completely into mechanical work, with the syst
Simple Harmonic Motion II
start from the
differential equation
A general solution is given by:
try it and see)
spring example
Find the energy of the system
General result!
Simple Harmonic Motion I
If the point P at (x,y) is moving with constant angular
Velocity:
X and Y move independently as if they were particles
on springs. Each undergoes Simple Harmonic Motion
What if the particle does not
start at theta=0 at time=0 ?
Temperature
Different
quantities
of gas
Formulae in thermodynamics use
Kelvin.
D
In general, objects expand when their temperature
increases. The change in length is proportional to the
change in temperature.
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Assignment 5 Problems(Fall Term Physics 102)
\/ 13. A 70-kg base runner begins his slide into second
base when moving at a speed of 4.0 m/s. The coefcient
of friction between his clothes and Earth is 0.70. He
slides so that his speed is
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57. A ball is thrown upward from the ground with an initial
speed of 25 m/s; at the same instant, a ball is dropped from
a building 15 m high. After how long will the balls be at the
same height?
T = 0f6 s."
62. A mountain climber stands at the t
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Assignment 6 Problems(Fa|l Term Physics 102)
2. A tennis player receives a shot with the ball(0.060 0
kg) traveling horizontally at 50.0 m/s and returns the
shot with the balltraveling hortontally at 40.0 m/s ii
the opposite direction. (a) W
DYNAMICS, (Spring 2008)
Test #2
April 17, 2008
Name: Score (Out of 25):
I. REPLACES PROBLEM I'IN ORIGINAL VERSION OF TEST
(25 Points) The tub of the mixer has a weight of 70 lb and a radius of
gyration kG=l .3 ft about its center of gravity G. If a cons
PROBLEM SET #6 NAME; Sum .w s
10
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a. +1
feet from the origin. Find the work done in moving the particle from the origin to a point 9 ft away
from the origin.
1)(6.4.3) A particle is moved along the m-axis by a force that measures pounds at a point :1:
Theory of SEI Formation in Rechargeable Batteries:
Capacity Fade, Accelerated Aging and Lifetime Prediction
Matthew B. Pinson1 and Martin Z. Bazant2,3
Departments of Physics1, Chemical Engineering2, and Mathematics3
Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Assignment 10 - Kepler's laws and Electric Energy
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Assignment 2 - Newton's Laws
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Assignment 2 - Newton's Laws
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Assignment 1 - Vectors
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Assignment 1 - Vectors
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Homework 9
Due at 11:00pm on Saturday, April 12, 2008
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Coulombls Law Tutorial
Description: Use Coulomb's law to compute the (vector) force between two, and subsequently multiple, electric charges (both
positive and negative
PHYS llQSome selected Questions.
If you can do these, you have mastered enough of the material to do ﬁne.
1.
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A particle’s position is given by 560) = (31ft —- 27:}!2 + (2772 + 1m sin(Jr-:t)f/.
a. What is the velocity at t=25? What is the speed?
b. Wha