Answer the following questions:
1) Describe vectors and scalars? A vector represents the direction and position.
A scalar represents speed and distance. Vectors has both direction and
magnitude while scalars only have magnitude. The vector is the velocity
Title:
Determining vector and scalar behavior of velocity and acceleration
Introduction:
It is possible to determine the behavior of vectors and scalars using velocity and
acceleration. In this case vector represents velocity and scalar represents acceler
(a) What force does the floor exert on the block?
Magnitude: 18.5lbs
Direction: Straight up
The block is not moving therefore the weight of the block is downward and the floor exerts
the force upwards.
(b) If a rope is tied to the block and run vertically
Chapter 2.
7. A space probe may be carried by a rocket into outer space.
What keeps the probe moving after the rocket no longer pushes it?
When a space probe is carried by a rocket into outer space and the rocket is detached from the
probe nothing keeps t
Running head: SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION SUMMARY
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Scientific Investigation Summary
Angela White
Phy 101
December 2, 2013
Daniel Hale
SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION SUMMARY
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Scientific Investigation Summary
Scientific investigation is done by using the scientifi
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Textbook Exercises
Angela White
PHY 101
November 4, 2013
Daniel Hale
TEXTBOOK EXERCISES
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Textbook Exercises
Chapter 3
20. Suppose that the three balls shown in Exercise 19 start simultaneously from the tops of the
hills
PHY/101
Textbook Exercises
CH 6
8. A person can survive a feetfirst impact at a speed of about 12 m/s (27 mi/h) on concrete;
15 m/s (34 mi/h) on soil; and 34 m/s (76 mi/h) on water. Why the different values for different
surfaces? Each one has a differen
PHY/101
Textbook Exercises
CH 11
Your friend says that what makes one element distinct from another is the number electrons
about the atomic nucleus. Do you agree, wholeheartedly, partially, or not at all?
I guess so, that is what the book says and other
Title:
Describe the Relationship between Emitted Photons and the Intensity of Light
Introduction:
It is possible to Describe the Relationship between Emitted Photons and the Intensity of Light.
Wavelengths that range from 1 nanometer (109 meter) for xra
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Chapter 3
33. Examining the figure, we see that a+ b+ c= 0, where a b.
(a) a b= (3.0)(4.0) = 12 since the angle between them is 90.
r
(b) Using the RightHand Rule, the vector ar b points in the i j k , or the +z direction.
(c)  a c =  a ( a b) = 
10/18/12
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For the vectors in the figure below, with a = 16, b = 14, c =

452, give the magnitude and direction of the following cross
products.
(a) a b
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AP Physics Vector Exercise:
Given the following two vectors:
A 5i 4j
B 10 60o from the xaxis
1. Sketch the two vectors:
2. Write
3. Write
B
A
in component notation (i,j)
in terms of magnitude and direction.
4. Using the definition of the dot or scalar pr
PHY/101
Textbook Exercises
Chapter 2
A space probe may be carried by a rocket into outer space. What keeps the probe moving after
the rocket no longer pushes it?
The law of inertia, the probe will continue to move without changing its speed.
Chapter 3
Sup
Title:
Understanding the Changes in Current, Resistance, and Voltage with Time during
the Charging and Discharging of a Capacitor
Introduction:
It is possible to Understand the changes in current, resistance, and voltage with time during the
charging and
PHY/101
Textbook Exercises
CH 19
You use a vice to firmly clamp one end of a hacksaw blade. You twang the free end and it vibrates. If you do the
same, but first place a wad of clay on the free end, how, if at all, will the frequency of vibration differ?
Title:
Proving Light and Sound have Wave Properties
Introduction:
It is possible to Prove that Light and Sound have Wave Properties. Sound and light both travel
as waves here the focus will be on three specific behaviors  reflection, refraction and diffr
Title:
Determining the Work Function of a Metal
Introduction:
It is possible to Determine the Work Function of a Metal. The photoelectric effect occurs when
light above a certain frequency (the threshold frequency) is shone on metals like zinc, this cause
Title:
Describing the Relationship between the Magnetic Field and the Number of
Loops of a Current Carrying Coil
Introduction:
It is possible to Describe the Relationship between the Magnetic Field and the Number of Loops
of a Current Carrying Coil. To me
Title:
Establishing Relationship between Field Strength and the Number of Coils in an
Electromagnet and the Field Strength and the Current
Introduction:
It is possible to Establishing Relationship between Field Strength and the Number of Coils in an
Elect
Title:
Describe the Relationship between Wave Length and Frequency
Introduction:
It is possible to Describe the Relationship between Wave Length and Frequency. The
wavelength and frequency of light are closely related. The higher the frequency, the shorte
Title:
The Relationship between the light intensity and the photoelectric effect
Introduction:
It is possible to determine The Relationship between the light intensity and the photoelectric
effect. In the photoelectric effect, light incident on the surfac
Title:
Establishing a Relationship Between Electric Current and Resistance
Introduction:
It is possible to Establishing a Relationship between electric current and resistance using
Ohms Law. Ohms Law states that the electrical current (I) flowing in a cir
Title:
Establishing Ohms Law through Experiment
Introduction:
It is possible to Establishing Ohms Law through Experiment. Ohms Law states that the
electrical current (I) flowing in a circuit is proportional to the voltage (V) and inversely proportional to
Projectile Motion Activity:
1.
Do part A to determine the initial velocity of the launcher.
2.
Develop an expression to determine the range x of the ball when it is launched at
an angle, from a given height, yo.
3.
Do Part C and determine empirically the
Projectile Motion Equations Guided Derivations
Part 1: The Basic Projectile Motion Equations
1. Write the basic kinematics equations for position and velocity as a function of
time.
2. For a projectile with initial velocity
xdirection:
vo
at angle
o
, wr
Week three textbook exercises
Chapter 11
10. Your friend says that what makes one element distinct
from another is the number of electrons about the atomic
nucleus. Do you agree wholeheartedly, partially, or not at
all? Explain.
I would partially agree as
Projectile Motion Equations:
We observed a a projectile motion in the lab a ball tossed with an initial velocity. We
captured this motion with a digital video camera and analyzed the motion using
Videopoint. Here were the conclusions:
The x component of v
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A warm, quiet, humid night in the city  the traffic has died away and there isn't even a cooling breeze. There is a
hotel, a fancy hotel busy inside, but the sounds don't carry through the windows. The hotel has impressively large
rooms, obv
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