Part A (6 points each)
Circle the letter of the correct answer. Numerical answers have been rounded to the digits
shown.
1.
A 1.2kg block of wood slides across a rough floor and comes to rest after moving 2.3
meters. If its initial speed was 52 m/s, how
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Part A (60 points, 6 points each)
Circle the letter of the correct answer. Numerical answers have been rounded to the digits
shown.
1) A horizontal meter stick is held by a frictionless bearing at one end and a person at the other
2
end. Its mass i
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know what those are, dont worry, we are neglecting them! On all multiplechoice questions,
choose the best answer in the context of what we have learned i
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Part A (6 points each)
Circle the letter of the correct answer. Numerical answers have been rounded to the digits
shown.
1. If the standard deviation from the mean for a set of measured values is large it is safe to
conclude that:
A. The mean value
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know what those are, dont worry, we are neglecting them! On all multiple choice questions,
choose the best answers in the context of what we have learned i
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On this exam, please neglect any relativistic and/or quantum mechanical effects. If you dont
know what those are, dont worry, we are neglecting them! On all multiplechoice questions,
choose the best answer in the context of what we have learned i
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On this exam, please neglect any relativistic and/or quantum mechanical effects. If you dont
know what those are, dont worry, we are neglecting them! On all multiplechoice questions,
choose the best answer in the context of what we have learned i
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Useful Formulas
1.
v v 0 a t t 0
2.
x x0 v0 (t t 0 ) a (t t 0 )
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a tangential r
30.
0 t t 0
x x0 12 (v0 v)(t t 0 )
31.
0 0 (t t 0 ) 12 (t t 0 ) 2
x x0 v (t t 0 ) 12 a (t t 0 ) 2
Useful Formulas
1.
v v0 at t 0
24.
U g m g ( y y0 )
2.
x x0 v0 (t t 0 ) 12 a(t t 0 ) 2
25.
U s 12 k ( x x0 ) 2
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x x0 12 (v0 v)(t t 0 )
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x x0 v(t t 0 ) 12 a(t t 0 ) 2
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W E Emec Ethermal Eint ernal
s r
vtangential r
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a tangential r
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PHYS1200 PHYSICS II
Exam 3 Problem types
SPECIAL RELATIVITY
Understanding Reference Frames
The proper time between two events is the time measured by a clock that is in the same position with
respect to both events.
The proper length between two points
Topics Distribution for PHYS 1200 Exam 3 Spring 2013
Note: The detailed topics listing are more important for Exam 3 than for previous exams because the
potential range of material based on the chapter content is very large. We will focus the exam on topi
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PHYS1200 PHYSICS 11 Fall 2013
Lab 3: Electric Potential and Potential Energy
Unless, of course, you come from a third world country without electricity like Gilligans Island, you all
know that when you plug something int
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PHYS1200 PHYSICS II
Lab? : Faradays Law
A charge creates an electric eld, and any moving charge creates a magnetic eld.
An electric eld exerts a force on any charge, but a magnetic eld exerts a force only on a moving charge.
So how can it be that
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Part 1. Preliminary 
Capacitors: Consider three capacitors in parallel  1uF,2uF and 3uF. The combination is attached to a
battery that delivers 10 volts. In the space below, draw this Ci
Electric Charge
Conductors charge can move freely. Insulators charge cannot move freely.
An object becomes positively charged by removal of negative charges.
Coulombs Law describes the electrostatic force (F) between charges separated by r
F=
q 1q2
4
Inductance
Inductor is a device that can be used to produce a known magnetic field in a specified region.
2
B
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= Henry
Faradays Law and Lenzs Law
B=
Bd
A
Magnetic Flux
Wb =1T m
2
units of weber (
L=
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Faradays Law of Induction an emf is induced in the
Electric Charge
Conductors are materials through which charge can move freely. Ex) metals, human
body, tap water. Insulators materials through which charge cannot move freely. Ex)
rubber, plastic, glass, chemically pure water.
Conduction electronsfree e
Oscillations and Waves
Period The period T is the time required for one complete oscillation, or cycle. It is
related to the frequency by
T=
1
f
.
Simple Harmonic Motion In simple harmonic motion (SHM), the displacement
x (t) of a particle from its equili
B =
B dA = 0
E =
qenc
E dA =
0
m
k
T = 2
iL =
T = 2
I
torsion pendulum
T = 2
L
simple pendulum
g
dB
E ds =
(Faraday)
dt
dE
B ds = 0 0
dt
B ds = o o
id = 0
dE
+ 0 ienc
dt
dE
(displacement current)
dt
XL = d L inductive reactance
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(physical pend)
mgh
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PH 103
Dr. Cecilia Vogel
Lecture 2
RECALL
Electromagnetic wave = light
speed, frequency, wavelength, spectrum
Index of refraction and speed of light
OUTLINE
Polarization of light
Ways to polarize light
Polaroids
Fraction of light thru Polaroid
Quiz
Physics I
Class 19
Angular Momentum
Translational vs. Rotational Motions
Page 312
New
Angular Momentum of a Particle
Rotational analog analog of linear momentum.
center of rotation
(any point defined)
Start with a free particle moving in a
straight line
Physics I
Class 15
Rotational Inertia and Torque
1
Review: Definitions
Angular Position (always in radians)
Angular Displacement: 0
d
Angular velocity: lim
dt
t0 t
d d 2
Angular acceleration: lim
dt dt 2
t0 t
2
Review: Analogy Between Linear and Rotat
Semester Midpoint Notice
The deadline for dropping a class is Friday, Oct. 21.
You can find your current course score in your LMS
gradebook.
The class average and median scores for the first exam
were 72.6 and 76, respectively (these are also posted in
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ECSE2010  Homework 4
Emmett Hitz  Section 4
October 8, 2015
Capacitors and Inductors
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Activity 09 Energy Conservation
Goal: Verify that mechanical energy is conserved for motion in a gravitational field.
Apparatus: Lowfriction cart and track, motion detector (use DIG 2), wooden block, LabQuest
Mini.
Predictions: In this activity, we consi