Lecture 17: Work and Kinetic Energy I
Objectives
1. Determine the work done by a varying force on a
system from a force-vs-displacement graph.
2. Apply the work-kinetic energy theorem to obtain
quantitative and qualitative conclusions regarding the
work d
Lecture 14: Circular Motion
Objectives:
1. Apply Newtons 2nd law and kinematics to obtain
quantitative and qualitative conclusions about velocity
and acceleration of one or more bodies undergoing
circular motion, and the contact and non-contact forces
act
Lecture 16 Objectives: Work
1. Determine the work done by constant force
acting on a system.
2. Determine the total work done on a system
composed of one or more objects.
3. Determine the work done by a varying force on a
system from a force-vs-displaceme
Static Equilibrium/Elasticity
Lecture 35
Conditions for Static Equilibrium
For an extended body,
The net force acting on a body is zero.
The net torque on a body is zero.
A body in static equilibrium has no translational and
rotational motions.
2
ELASTICI
Lecture 14 Objectives
1. Differentiate the properties of static friction and kinetic
friction.
2. Qualitatively analyze the effect of fluid resistance on
moving object.
3. Apply Newtons laws and kinematics equations to obtain
quantitative and qualitative
Chapter 10: Dynamics of
Rotational Motion
Second Semester AY 2012-2013
A flywheel of a gasoline engine is required to give up 500 J of
kinetic energy while its angular velocity decreases from 650
rev/min to 520 rev/min. What moment of inertia is required?
Physics 71 Lecture Notes
Topic 1.07: Kinematics in 2D or 3D
-Projectile Motion
Date: February 04, 2015
1. Which vector is always
tangent to the particle's path at
a given point?
a. position vector
b. instantaneous velocity
c. change in velocity
d. acceler
Chapter 5: APPLYING NEWTONS
LAWS
Lecture 11: Objectives
Apply Newtons laws to obtain quantitative
and qualitative conclusions about the
contact and non-contact forces acting on a
body in equilibrium.
1
Solving Problems using equations of motion
- Many pr
Lecture 29: Elasticity
Objectives
1. Define stress, strain, and elastic moduli.
2. Differentiate elasticity and plasticity.
Hookes Law (1676) ut tensio, sic vis
The amount of stretch (or compression), x, is
directly proportional to the applied force F.
Do
Physics 71 Final Exam Reviewer
guess that:
Diandrew Lexter L. Dy
energy
,
(1.1)
time
which is the correct expression for average power. You can
also guess the force and speed relation of average power.
However, this method will not work when there are u
Prelab: Projectile Motion
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Balance a coin on the edge of a table. Place your index finger on a second coin, then
flick the second coin so that it travels off the table, while the first coin is gently nudged
off the ed
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other
INTENSITY IN
INTERFENCE PATTERNS
SEC 35-3
Objectives
Relate path difference to phase difference
Objectives
Identify the type of interference, given the
path difference and the phase difference
Constructive
Destructive
INTERFERENCE IN THIN
FILMS
SEC 35-4
Prelab: Friction
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Use Newtons Laws of Motion to show that:
1. For a block beginning to slide down an inclined plane just like in Figure 1, the
coefficient of static friction s is given by
s = tan
(1)
2. For the set-u
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PHYSICS 71.1, 2nd Semester AY 2015-20
Prelab: Rotation
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1. Give the moment of inertia of a uniform annular disk of mass M with inner radius
R1 and outer radius R2 that is rotating about its central axis.
2. How do you calculate the kinetic energy, net tor
Thin Lens
SEC 34-4
Objectives
Differentiate a converging lens from a diverging lens
Given an object in front of a lens or series of lenses:
Calculate the location of the image
Calculate the lateral magnification of the image
Determine whether the ima
INDEX CARD EXERCISE
Chapter 32
D.
C.
A.
THE NATURE OF LIGHT
SEC 33-1
OBJECTIVE
Use the concept of wavefront and rays to describe wave
propagation
ANCIENT GREEKS: LIGHT IS A PARTICLE
17TH CENTURY:
WAVE
LIGHT
IS
A
17TH CENTURY LIGHT IS A PARTICLE
EARLY 19T
STATS
Passing Rate: 67% (my lowest ever)
Mean score: 22.4
Mode: 22
Top 13
Scorers
CORTES, ANNA VERONICA
QUITEVIS, CYRIL PAOLO
CABADING, LUCAS NIEGEL
LOPEZ, JOSHUA MIGUEL
VILLENA, EMIL DAVID
MALCONTENTO, JUSTIN
DURANA, ANJENINA
NISHINO, KHISHI
SANTOS, MIGU
ATTENDANCE QUIZ
Write one condition for TIR to
occur.
ATTENDANCE QUIZ
Write one condition for TIR to
occur.
TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION
SEC 33-3
OBJECTIVE
Given the indices of refraction of different materials,
determine when total internal reflection occu
Sign rule for radius of curvature of a spherical surface
R>0 when center of curvature is on the outgoing side of the
surface; R<0 otherwise
General for Spherical Refracting Surface
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s s'
R
na s '
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m
y
nb s
1. A case where object is not in
DIFFRACTION FROM A
SINGLE SLIT
SEC 36-2
Objectives
Locate the dark fringes of the diffraction
pattern and determine the width of the central
maximum
What is Diffraction?
Interference of many waves from many sources
or from a continuous source.
This happe
TWO-SOURCE
INTERFERENCE OF LIGHT
SEC 35-2
Objective
Locate the spatial points where constructive
and destructive interference takes place
Slit Size
Two-Sources Interference of Light
The first
experiment to show
that light is a wave
(Thomas) Youngs
double
Attendance Quiz
Give two principal rays used for locating an image formed by a
spherical surface.
Attendance Quiz
Principal rays:
1.Center ray no deviation through center
2.Vertex ray at vertex; equal angle with optical axis
3.Parallel ray parallel then
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Third Long Exam (Makeup)
First Semester, AY 20142015
Physics
Lecture 18: Work and Energy
with Varying Forces; Power
Lecture 18
Objectives
1. Determine the work done by a varying force
on a system from a force-vs-displacement graph.
2. Apply the work-kinetic energy theorem to
systems with varying forces.
3. Define p
Formulas to Remember
1
Lecture 21: Force and Potential
Energy; Energy Diagrams
Lecture Objectives
1. Construct the force versus position graph given a
potential energy versus position graph.
2. Predict the direction of
Lecture 19: Gravita/onal Poten/al Energy;
Conserva/on of Mechanical Energy;
Conserva/ve and non- conserva/ve forces
Lecture Objectives
1. Define the gravitational potential energy in terms of
the work done on an object by
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