Chapter 2: One-Dimensional Motion
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In the previous chapter we began to study the key concepts of kinematics (position,
displacement, velocity, speed, acceleration, and time), mainly using motion diagrams as
a concrete r
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Aristotle
The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet
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Description of Theory:
He disagreed with prevailing theories regarding the atom
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The Secrets Behind the
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Robin Jacob
The PolyCoaster
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dropped from a 155.8 m. hill, reac
Types of Food Eaten in Japan:
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Sushi & sashimi.
Sashimi is seafood, which includes fish, squids, octopus, clams, and other marine
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LAB 3.1.1
Hypothesis: Relationship between frequency of revolution and
1. Magnitude of force
causing the circular
motion:
2. Radius of the circular
path
Reason:
Reason:
3. Mass of the object
Reason:
Varied Tension Force
Trial #
1
2
3
Average:
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Main substance of the
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Cordierite is heated
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Department of Science and Engineering
Student Set timetable: Physics-Licence 1 Semester 2
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Linear algebra
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CHAPTER 2
Polynomial, Power,
and Rational Functions
2.1 Linear and Quadratic
Functions and Modeling
2.2 Power Functions with
Modeling
2.3 Polynomial Functions
of Higher Degree
with Modeling
2.4 Real Zeros o
I hypothesized that an individuals wealth was a factor of their life expectancy. When comparing
the dependent variable, life expectancy, and the independent variable, median earnings, with the use of
a scatter plot, a correlation was apparent. The correla
Factors that Affect
Life Expectancy:
Income, High School Education, Obesity, and Child
Immunization Rates
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January
2014
When deciding upon a topic for this culminating assignment, it became inherent that the
most widely impac
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1:43 PM
Brock University
PHYS 1P21/1P91
Mechanics and Introduction to Relativity
Course Overview
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Overview of Mechanics
Core theories of mechanics:
Quantum
Field
Theory
(1920s -1970s)
Quantum
Mechanics
(1926)
Relativistic
Mecha
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Spring 2015
Dr. DAgostino
Chapter 5, Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand uniform circular motion
understand gravity and Newtons law of gravity
understand orbital motion and K
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Spring 2015
Dr. DAgostino
Chapter 6, Work and Energy
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand work, energy, and power
understand the concept of potential energy, and gravitational potential energy in particular
use
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Spring 2015
Dr. DAgostino
Tutorial 4: Chapter 4A, Forces and Newtons Laws of Motion
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand the concept of force
understand Newtons laws of motion
Clearly indicate whether each statem
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Spring 2015
Dr. DAgostino
Chapter 7, Impulse and Momentum
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand momentum, impulse, and the impulse-momentum theorem
solve problems involving the principle of conservation of momentu
Brock University
Physics 1P21/1P91
Fall 2013
Dr. DAgostino
Tutorial 5: Chapter 4B, Applying Newtons Laws
The goals of this tutorial are:
understand Newtons laws of motion
apply Newtons laws of motion in simple situations
For questions 1 and 2, clearly i
Name:
Student ID:
PHYS 1P21/1P91
1. Alice walks along a straight road aligned
East-West, where East is taken to be the positive
direction. Her position-time graph is shown.
(a) Determine Alices velocity at t = 1.0 h, t =
2.5 h, and t = 5.0 h. [3 points]
(
Name:
Student ID:
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Test 2
22 May 2013
1. An object is released from rest at the top of a frictionless ramp that is inclined at an angle of 23 to
the horizontal.
(a) Determine how far the object moves along the ramp after 1.5 s. [2 points]
(b
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