Chapter: Chapter 7
LO 7.1.0 Solve problems related to kinetic energy
LO 7.1.1 Apply the relationship between a particles kinetic energy, mass, and speed.
LO 7.1.2 Identify that kinetic energy is a scalar quantity.
LO 7.2.0 Solve proble
Chapter: Chapter 10
LO 10.1.0 Solve problems related to rotational variables
LO 10.1.1 Identify that if all parts of a body rotate around a fixed axis locked together, the body
is a rigid body. (This chapter is about the motion of such
Chapter: Chapter 4
LO 4.1.0 Solve problems related to position and displacement
LO 4.1.1 Draw the components of a 2D or 3D position vector of a particle, indicating the
LO 4.1.2 Determine the direction and magnitude of a p
Chapter: Chapter 9
LO 9.1.0 Solve problems related to center of mass
LO 9.1.1 Given the positions of several particles along an axis or a plane, determine the location
of their center of mass.
LO 9.1.2 Locate the center of mass of an e
Chapter: Chapter 8
LO 8.1.0 Solve problems related to potential energy
LO 8.1.1 Distinguish a conservative force from a nonconservative force.
LO 8.1.2 For a particle moving between two points, identify that the work done by a
Chapter: Chapter 1
LO 1.1.0 Solve problems related to measuring things, including length.
LO 1.1.1 Identify the base quantities in the SI system.
LO 1.1.2 Name the most frequently used prefixes for SI units.
LO 1.1.3 Change units (her
Chapter: Chapter 6
LO 6.1.0 Solve problems related to friction
LO 6.1.1 Distinguish between friction in a static situation and a kinetic situation.
LO 6.1.2 Determine direction and magnitude of a frictional force.
LO 6.1.3 For objects
PHY102- Chapter 21
Instructor: Asad Hasan
1. What is the force F on the 1.0 nC charge in FIGURE P26.37 ? Give your answer as a magnitude and a direction.
Answer: the force on the 1.0 nC charge is N directed upward.
2. What is th
Chapter: Chapter 2
LO 2.1.0 Solve problems related to position, displacement, and average velocity to solve
LO 2.1.1 Identify that if all parts of an object move in the same direction and at the same rate, we
can treat the ob
Chapter: Chapter 5
LO 5.1.0 Solve problems related to Newton's first and second laws
LO 5.1.1 Identify that a force is a vector quantity and thus has both magnitude and direction and
LO 5.1.2 Given two or more forces
Chapter: Chapter 3
LO 3.1.0 Solve problems related to vectors and their components
LO 3.1.1 Add vectors by drawing them in head-to-tail arrangements, applying the commutative
and associative laws.
LO 3.1.2 Subtract a vector from a seco
In the first part of the workshop, we were given a piece of metal that is 96.4 mm long,
75.37 mm wide, and 5.1 mm thick. We then sawed it in half and filed the edges and
we came up with the following results:
College of Arts 85 Sciences
Department of Physics
Dr. Raza M. Syed
PHY 102 - Secs. 03 86 04
Hourly Exam I
February 13th 09, 5:00-6:00 p.m.
- Show all your calculations. CREDIT WILL NOT BE GIVEN FOR ANSWERS WITH No WORK.
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0 Exam is strictly 75 minutes long.
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0 Exam is strictly 75 minutes long.
0 Document your work or earn no credit. Use the back of the sheet if you run out of
space. Crossover any parts that correspond to any given up thoughts. Always specify
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3. THINK The magnitude of the electrostatic force between two charges q1 and q2 separated by
a distance r is given by Coulombs law.
EXPRESS Equation 21-1 gives Coulombs law, F k
k | q1 | q2 |
, which can be used to solve for the