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1. A car is moving with a velocity (4.5 d s )
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f - (1.0 d s ) j and 2.5 seconds later its velocity is
- (6.0 mls) f + (3.0 d s ) 3 . What is the magnitude of the average acceleratio
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PHYSICS 100A
FREE FALL
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SCREENSHOTS:
1. Tracker shot of one partner dropping the ball.
2. Tracker shot of the second partner dropping the ball.
3. Tracker shot of the graph of y vs t with the parabolic
PHYSICS 151 Notes for Online Lecture 2.2
A free-body diagram is a way to represent all of the forces that act on a body. A free-body diagram
makes solving Newtons second law for a given situation easier, because youre modeling the system
as something simp
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Lab 11 Speed of Light Using a Microwave
Investigation
To determine the speed of light using a microwave oven, the experiment used an easily melted
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Physics 100,4.-S
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1. A force of 10.0 N is applied at an angle of30o to the horizontal on a 1.25-kg block at rest on a
frictionless surface, as illustrate
Motion in 1-dimension:
Displacement x x f xi
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Average velocity vav
Average acceleration aav
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Instantaneous velocity v lim
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Instantaneous acceleration a lim
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Nerve impulses in giant axons of the squid can travel with a speed of 20.0 m/s. How fast is this in ff/s
and mi /h? (1 m :3.281ft and lm
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