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EnergyStorageandTransferModelWorksheet4:
QuantitativeEnergyCalculations&EnergyConservation
Be careful with units and unit conversions!
1. How much kinetic energy does a 2000 kg SUV traveling 70 mph have? (1 mile = 1600 meters)
2. How much ene
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EnergyStorageandTransferModelWorksheet2:
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HookesLawandElasticEnergy
Suppose one lab group found that F = 1000 N/m (x). Construct a graphical representation of
force vs. displacement. (Hint: make the maximum displacement 0.25 m. )
1. Graphicall
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UNIT V: Worksheet 4
1. Suppose a hanging 1.0 kg lab mass is attached to a 4.0 kg block on the table.
a. If the coefficient of kinetic friction, k is 0.20., what is the acceleration of the block?
b. What would be the minimum value of the coeff
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UNIT VI: Worksheet 1
For each of the following problems write the fundamental mathematical model to use, rearrange
it to the form required to solve the problem, then solve the problem. Be sure to label
appropriately.
1. A body falls freely fr
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UNIT V: Worksheet 1
1. An elevator is moving up at a constant velocity of 2.5 m/s, as illustrated in the diagram below:
The man has a mass of 85. kg.
a. Construct a force diagram for the man.
b. What force does the floor exert on the man?
2.
UNIT V - Constant force particle model
What you should know when all is said and done
By the time you finish all labs, worksheets and related activities, you should be able to:
1. Use Newton's 2nd Law to qualitatively describe the relationship between m a
UNIT V: Constant Force Particle Model
Instructional Goals
1. Newtons 2nd law
Develop mathematical models from graphs of acceleration vs force and acceleration vs mass
Introduce mathematical notation for a proportion
introduce joint variation
a Fnet
a
1
m
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UNIT V: Worksheet 2
For each of the problems below, you must begin your solution with a force diagram. Some
require more than one diagram.
1. A 4600 kg helicopter accelerates upward at 2.0 m/s2. What lift force is exerted by the air on the
pr
Particle Models in Two Dimensions:
Projectile Motion Review
1. A soccer goalie makes a save and then kicks the ball through the air to the middle of the field.
a. Graph the horizontal component of the ball's c. Graph the vertical component of the ball's
m
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UNIT VI: Worksheet 3
In all the problems below, draw a diagram to represent the situation. Identify the knowns and
unknowns and label clearly.
Part I - use g = 10m/s2
1. The movie "The Gods Must Be Crazy" begins with a pilot dropping a bottle
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Net Force Particle Model:
Newtons Second Law Review Problems
1. An 80 kg water skier is being pulled by a boat with a force of 220 N causing the skier to
accelerate at 1.8 m/s2. Find the frictional force on the skier.
2. A 2000 kg car is slow
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EnergyStorageandTransferModelWorksheet1a:
QualitativeAnalysisPieCharts
Use pie charts to analyze the energy changes in each situation given.
Designate your choice of system with a dotted line. Choose your system so that the energies
involved
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EnergyStorageandTransferModel:
ReviewSheet
1. Three balls are rolled down three tracks starting from rest at the point marked start.
start
A
B
mid-height
C
mid-range
finish
a. Describe the acceleration of the ball traveling on track A.
b. Des
Bow
N = 6.695
C = 663
Small spring
Big spring
Rubber band
Bow
Force functions
F(x) = 25.90x - 7.107
F(x) = 8.197x - 2.038
F(x) = 20.06x - 5.247
F(x) = 663x6.695
Potential energy functions
U(x) = 12.95x2 + C
U(x) = 4.09x2 + C
U(x) = 10.03x2 + C
U(x) = 86.1
25
f(x) = 0.000587283 exp( 18.1049513422 x )
20
15
Bow
Exponential (Bow)
Small Spring
Linear (Small Spring)
Big Spring
Linear (Big Spring)
Rubber Band
Linear (Rubber Band)
f(x) = 25.9029255982x - 7.1076045297
Force (N)
10
f(x) = 20.0655321942x - 5.2477926
AP Physics C
Pendulum Investigation
Data
Length vs Period for heavier mass
Length(m)
0.749
0.854
0.920
0.984
Period(sec)
1.751
1.878
1.943
1.994
Length vs Period for lighter mass
Length(m)
Period(sec)
0.749
1.746
0.854
1.881
0.920
1.944
0.984
1.997
Square
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E&MUnitIIWorksheet4
1. Below is a constant electric field to the right with a magnitude of 650 V/m. Determine the change
in potential for each of the paths.
b.
a.
.3m
.4m
d.
e.
c.
a. 0.50 m to the right
b. 0.30 m down
c. 0.30 m to the left
d.
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E&MUnitIIWorksheet2
Gravitational&ElectricalEquipotential
E
F
A contour map of a large hill is
shown
to the left.
all hill
A contour
mapAssume
of a large
heights
given to
arethe
in meters.
is shown
left. Assume
all heights given are in
meters.
1. Wha
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1. Rank the parallel plate capacitors below from lowest capacitance to highest.
L
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2. A 10.0 F parallel plate capacitor is charged with a 9.0-volt battery
a. How
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E&M Unit II: Worksheet 1
Fields, Potential, and Energy
1. Two books, initially on the floor, are picked up and placed on a shelf 2.0 m off the floor. One,
Twenty Other Things I Like To Do With That Stuff Between My Toes, has a mass of 1.0 kg.
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EnergyModelWorksheet3:
QualitativeEnergyStorage&ConservationwithBarGraphs
Inthesituationshownbelow,aspringlaunchesarollercoastercartfromrestona
frictionlesstrackintoaverticalloop.Assumethesystemconsistsofthecart,theearth,the
track,andthesprin
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EnergyStorageandTransferModelWorksheet5:
EnergyTransferandPower
1. A student eats a tasty school lunch containing 700. Calories. (One food Calorie = 4186 joules.) Due
to basal metabolism, the student radiates about 100. joules per second into
EnergyStorageandTransferModel
Reading1
Energy- a conserved, substance-like quantity with the capability to produce change.
The idea of energy is an invention that proves very useful. Energy is universal - it does not come in
different "kinds" or exist in
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EnergyStorageandTransferModelWorksheet1b:
QualitativeAnalysisPieCharts
Use pie charts to analyze the energy changes in each situation given.
Designate your choice of system with a dotted line. Choose your system so that the energies
involved
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UNIT VI: Worksheet 2
1. Given the following situation of a marble in motion on a rail with negligible Fdrag:
v = 10. m/s
h = 1.5 m
a. Sketch a motion map showing the motion of the marble after it leaves the rail. You may show
both horizontal
Wile E. Coyote Shot from a Cannon on Earth
Wile E. is shot upward from a cannon with Vi = 50m/s.
For each second, determine the displacement and the
average velocity over the interval to that point. Then,
use the derivation below to help you calculate the
Unit VI: Models for 2-D Motion
What you should know when all is said and done
By the time you finish all labs, worksheets and related activities, you should be able to:
1. Use video analysis techniques to produce position-time and velocity-time graphs whi
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Uniformly Accelerated Particle Model Worksheet 3:
Interpreting Graphs of Accelerated Motion
Object A:
a. Where on the graph above is the object moving most slowly? How do you know?
b. Between which points is the object speeding up? How do you
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Uniformly Accelerated Motion Model Worksheet 1:
Development of Accelerated Motion Representations
1. Thedatatotheleftareforawheelrollingfromrestdownanincline.Usingtheposition/timedatagiven
inthedatatable,plotthepositionvs.timegraph.
x
t
(s) (
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UNIT II Worksheet 1
1. Consider the position vs. time graph below for cyclists A and B.
a. Do the cyclists start at the same point? How do you know? If not, which is ahead?
b. At t= 7s, which cyclist is ahead? How do you know?
c. Which cyclis