AP1203 General Physics III
Homework Assignment #1
(Due at 6pm on Sep. 28th, 2016 at G6601, AC1)
1. (10 pts) Consider the following two-car
accident: Two cars of equal mass m collide at
an intersection. Driver E was traveling
eastward, and driver N,
Chapter 1
Vectors and simple calculus
Objective
To prepare you for other topics by providing with
some mathematical background, mainly vector
Topics for Chapter 1
vectors and scalars
add vectors graphically
vector components
unit vectors and component
Chapter 4
Work and Kinetic
Energy
Goals for Part 1
the work done by a force
the meaning of kinetic energy
how work changes the kinetic energy of a
body and how to use this principle
Reason for learning work done
The simple methods of chapter 3 using N
Chapter 5
Rotation of Rigid
Bodies
Goals for Chapter 5 Part I
To describe rotation in terms of angular
coordinate, angular velocity, and angular
acceleration
To analyze rotation with constant angular
acceleration
To relate rotation to the linear veloci
Chapter 3 Part 1
Newtons Laws of
Motion
topics for chapter 3 Part 1
the meaning of force in physics
force as a vector and learn how to combine forces
the Newtons Laws of Motion
how to solve problems involving force
.
Introduction
Weve studied motion in
Chapter 2 part 1
Review of Motion Along
a Straight Line
Topics for Chapter 2 part 1
straight-line motion in terms of velocity and acceleration
average and instantaneous velocity and average and
instantaneous acceleration
Understanding of graphs of posi
Adolf Hitler is a Narcissism. He absolutely matched with all features of narcissism, such as
super self-center, control freak, huge manipulation, ask people to believe what he believe in
and loved to be worshipped.
How self-center was he? I have quoted a
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
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
AP 1201 General Phys
ics I Tutorial Section-6
Temperature and Heat
Tutor:
Time:
Email:
XUE Qi
2015-10-27
qixue4-c@my.cityu.edu.hk
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: ruchen5-c@my.cityu.edu.hk
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: haowu44-c@my.cityu.edu.hk
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