Sample mid-term exam
Time Allowed: 1 1/4 hr.
Maximum marks: 30
1. Two cars travel in the same direction along a straight highway, one at 60 km/hr and the other at
90 km/hr. (a) Assuming that they star
Phys 204 - Final exam Formulae Sheet
1 u = 1.6605387 x 10-27 kg
1 u = 931.502 MeV/c2
1 eV = 1.602 1019 J
mp = 1.672 1027 kg
= 1.0073 u = 938.280 MeV/c2
mn = 1.674 1027 kg
= 1.0087 u = 939.57 MeV/c2
me
Chapter 4
Motion in Two Dimensions
Motion in Two Dimensions
Using + or signs is not always sufficient to fully
describe motion in more than one dimension
Vectors can be used to more fully describe mot
ASSIGNMENT 2
PHYSICS 204/AA
Note: Do any 12 problems.
Q1
Two cars travel in the same direction along a straight highway, one at 55 mi/hr and the
other at 70 mi/hr. (a) Assuming that they start at the
Phys 204 (Mechanics)
Final exam. Time: 3h:00. April 16, 2007
Work you answers from basic principles
Answer all questions on booklet (including multiple choice questions)
Budget your time
The exam has
COURSE OUTLINE
Physics 204/1 51, 2016
(Instructor: Dr. R.C. Sharma)
TEXT: 1. Physics for Scientists and Engineers by Serway Jewett Brooks/Coles
2. Notes on Mechanics P204 by Dr. R.C. Sharma. (Will be
Chapter 11
Angular Momentum
The Vector Product
There
are instances where the product of two
vectors is another vector
Earlier we saw where the product of two vectors
was a scalar
This was called the
Phys 204 (Mechanics)
Assignment 4 chapter 4 Motion in 2 dimensions
Problem 4.1: A motorist drives south at 26.0 m/s for 3.00 min, then turns west and travels
at 25.0 m/s for 2.00 min, and finally trav
Phys 204 (Mechanics)
Assignment 5 chapter 5 Newtons laws of motion
Problem 5.5: The gravitational force exerted on a baseball is 2.22 N down. A pitcher
throws the ball horizontally with velocity 12.0
Phys 204 (Mechanics)
Formulaesheetmidterm
Lawofcosines
Law of sines
Quadratics:
Trigonometric Identities:
1
1 u = 1.6605387 x 10-27 kg
1 u = 931.502 MeV/c2
1 eV = 1.602 1019 J
mp = 1.672 1027 kg
= 1.0
Serway
Reew Problem
A block of mass m rests on top of a frictionless inclined plane
of mass 377: and height It as shown below. The block slides
down the plane and moves along a horizontal surface unti
The Laws of Motion
C H A P T E R
5
5.1 The Concept of Force
5.2 Newtons First Law and
Inertial Frames
5.3 Mass
5.4 Newtons Second Law
5.5 The Gravitational Force and
Weight
5.6 Newtons Third Law
5.7 A
C H A P T E R
6
Circular Motion and
Other Applications
of Newtons Laws
6.1 Extending the Particle in
Uniform Circular Motion
Model
6.2 Nonuniform Circular Motion
6.3 Motion in Accelerated
Frames
6.4 M
Vectors
C H A P T E R
3
3.1 Coordinate Systems
3.2 Vector and Scalar Quantities
3.3 Some Properties of Vectors
3.4 Components of a Vector and
Unit Vectors
In our study of physics, we often need to wor
Chapter 6
Circular Motion and
Other Applications of Newtons Laws
Circular Motion
Two analysis models using Newtons Laws of Motion have been developed.
The models have been applied to linear motion.
Ne
Chapter 5
The Laws of Motion
The Laws of Motion
The description of an object in motion included its position, velocity, and
acceleration.
There was no consideration of what might influence that motion
One dimensional (1D) motion
Extended Summary
Context
This chapter describes the motion of an object on a straight line. The motion is described using
motion graphs, as well as mathematical equations b
Chapter 12
Static Equilibrium
and
Elasticity
Static Equilibrium
Equilibrium
implies the object is at rest
(static) or its center of mass moves with a
constant velocity (dynamic)
Static equilibrium i
Chapter 13
Universal Gravitation
Newtons Law of Universal
Gravitation
Every particle in the Universe attracts every other
particle with a force that is directly proportional to
the product of their ma
PHYS 204-Section 03
Mechanics - Fall 2017
Assignment 2
Due date: Sep. 27th (Submit in class)
1. An object moves from = (2 + 3) to = (2 ) during 4 seconds. If the
constant acceleration of the particle
Two and three dimensional (1D) motion
Extended Summary
Context
This chapter extends the definition of displacement, velocity, and acceleration to two and three
dimensional motion. It also describes th
Phys 204 (Mechanics)
Formulaesheet
Lawofcosines
Law of sines
Quadratics:
Trigonometric Identities:
1
1 u = 1.6605387 x 10-27 kg
1 u = 931.502 MeV/c2
1 eV = 1.602 1019 J
mp = 1.672 1027 kg
= 1.0073 u =
Chapter 4
Motion in Two Dimensions
Kinematics in Two Dimensions
Will study the vector nature of position, velocity and acceleration in greater detail
Will treat projectile motion and uniform circular
Vectors
Extended Summary
Context
This chapter presents vectors in 2D and 3D and describes the methods of adding and subtracting
them.
What you should learn
1. Representing vectors in Cartesian coordin
Newtons laws of motion
Extended summary
Context
In kinematics we learned how to describe the motion of an object using two fundamental
quantities, dimension and time, without paying attention to cause
Chapter 8
Conservation of Energy
Energy Review
Kinetic Energy
Associated with movement of members of a system
Potential Energy
Determined by the configuration of the system
Gravitational and Elasti