Chapter 7
Thermal Properties of Matter
(Chapter 18 of textbook)
Chapter 6: summary
Temperature is a number that measures the degree of hotness, it
also tells you the state of an object
Heat transfers from hot object to cold object. Heat transfer is actu

AP 1201 General Phys
ics I Tutorial Section-6
Temperature and Heat
Tutor:
Time:
Email:
XUE Qi
2015-10-27
[email protected]
Q1
If a given volume of mercury overflows a glass flask when heated,
calculate the coefficient of volume expansion for the gl

AP 1201 General Physics I - Tutorial Section
Rotation (Part A)
CHEN Rui
E-mail: [email protected]
Quick Review
Rotation, unit conversion:
deg
rad :
rad
deg = rad *
deg/s = rad/s *
rev:
rad/s = rev/s *
rad/s = rev/s *
deg
v m/s = rad/s * r m
r

AP 1201 General Physics
Chapter 9 Sound Waves
Tutorials
WU HAO
Email: [email protected]
AP Department, City University of Hong Kong
1
1. The Hearing of a Bat
Description: Includes Math Remediation. Find the wavelength of a highfrequency sound wav

AP 1201-General Physics
Chapter-1
Vectors
Tutor,
THACHOTH CHANDRAN Hrisheekesh
Question-1
Tracking a plane
Question-2
Vector Magnitude and Direction
Question-3
Vector components- Review
3.1
3.2
Hint
1. Find out the figure in which the
angle (Theta) lies

University of Colorado, Boulder, 2004
Chapter 5 Rotation
Section A.
1. A student sees the following question on an exam:
A flywheel with mass 120 kg, and radius 0.6 m,
starting at rest, has an angular acceleration of 0.1 rad/s2.
How many revolutions has

Chapter 6
18.5.1. Unsatisfied with the Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales,
you decide to create your own. On your temperature scale, the ice
point is 0.0 M and the steam point is at 366.1 M, where M
stands for my scale. What temperature on your scale
c

1. Unsatisfied with the Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales, you
decide to create your own. On your temperature scale, the ice
point is 0.0 M and the steam point is at 366.1 M, where M
stands for my scale. What temperature on your scale
corresponds to 0

Chapter 3 Concept Test Questions
Only question1 to 4 are needed.
1. A piano mover raises a 100-kg
piano at a constant rate using the
frictionless pulley system shown
here. With how much force is she
pulling on the rope?
Ignore friction, let g = 10 m/s^2.

Chapter 2 concept test questions
1. A train car moves along a long straight
track. The graph shows the position as a
function of time for this train. The graph
shows that the train:
A: speeds up all the time.
B: slows down all the time.
C: speeds up part

Chapter 9
Sound Waves
(Chapter 16 in textbook)
Chapter 8: summary (I)
Types of mechanical wave: transverse and longitudinal
A periodic wave is produced by repeated disturbance at
equal interval, characterized by an amplitude, a period, a
frequency f and

Chapter 8
Mechanical Waves
(Chapter 15 in textbook)
Chapter 7: summary
2
Goals
To study the properties and varieties of mechanical
waves
To relate the speed, frequency, and wavelength of
periodic waves
To interpret periodic waves mathematically
To cal

Chapter 3
Newtons Laws of Motion
Part 1: Concepts
Chapter 2: summary
Motion in one dimension: displacement, time, velocity and
acceleration
Average and instantaneous velocity and acceleration
Four equations that apply to motion with constant accelerati

Chapter 2
Part 1:
Motion Along a Straight Line
1
Topics for Chapter 2 part 1
Straight-line motion in terms of velocity and
acceleration
Average and instantaneous velocity and
average and instantaneous acceleration
Straight-line motion with constant and

Chapter 5
Rotation of Rigid Bodies
Chapter 4: summary
Work is a measure of the energy transferred to or from a system
through the action of forces =
Kinetic energy of an object is the objects energy due to its
1
motion = 2
2
The work-energy theorem: T

Chapter 4
Part 1
Work and Kinetic Energy
Chapter 3: summary
Force and addition of force
Force is a vector and can be added and subtracted just like any vector
Newtons Laws of Motion
1st Law: In the absence of external forces, an object at rest remains

CHAPTER 1
Introduction
Mathematical foundations
What is Physics?
Physics comes from the Greek word phusika, meaning natural
thingsthe study of philosophy and the natural world around them
Physics is a natural science based on
experiments, measurements a

Chapter 8, Wave discussion questions:
1.Thegraphbelowshowsasnapshotofawaveon
astringwhichistravelingtotheright.Thereisa
bitofpaintonthestringatpointP.
y
vwave
P
x
Attheinstantshown,thevelocityofpaintpointP
haswhichdirection?
E)Noneofthese
A
B
D
C
ii)Atthe

AP1202 General Physics
II
4. Electric Potential
Demo Discs 17, Wiley
Demo
Work Done by
Gravitational
Force
You throw a tomato upwards. While it is
in the air the only force acting on it is the
gravitational force.
On the way up, the force is in opposite
d

AP1202
General Physics II
6. Current and Resistance
Demo Discs 17,
18
Electric
Current
(a) A loop of copper in
electrostatic equilibrium. The
entire loop is at a single potential,
and the electric field is zero at all
points inside the copper. (b)
Adding

AP1202 General Physics
II
5.5 Capacitance
Demo Disc
18
Capacitors
You can store energy as
potential energy by pulling a
bowstring, stretching a spring,
compressing a gas, or lifting a
book. You can also store
energy as potential energy in
an electric fiel

AP1202 General Physics
II
3. Gauss Law
Demo Disc
17
vA
Flow Rate
(a) A uniform airstream of velocity v is
perpendicular to the plane of a square loop
of area A. (b) The component of v
perpendicular to the plane of the loop is v
cos , where is the angle be