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2. (25 points A small hollow ball 0111is m, I'mllus r and mun-Emu ulinertia ahuut the center of
mass 1', 2,5,. mr, is: initially at rest on the mp Ufa large hemisphere of radius R as shown.
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Physics 411 Exam 2 Name QM FIE/3
Dickson - Fall 2011
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doviccs are allowed. You have mic (1) hour only.
1. (23 points A ric bullct with 111335, ml. m, is
3. (25 puims) 'lwo identical slicks: both of longth I, and Imlss M with moment of inertia ahiiui.
[he Center 0|" mass 1" = '3' ML: are attached to a. pivut ilhuut one end- Initially, one Slick is: held
horizontally and The other i5 allowed to hang vertica
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mass m. is attached to the other end. 'thc block is on 1-1 ictionlcs' incline olanglc 0' as ShtJWII.
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one complete rcvoimion is T. If lhc coefcient. of static friction is pg, what is the maximum
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Physics 4A Exam Name a! Lila:
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electronic devices are allowed.
1 . A person in an elevator tosses a ball upward at the exact
moment the elevato
Physics 4a Fall 2013 Nat-item tum on 5
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1. Two equal point masses or; - M2 = m are at rest atthe base ofa frietionless vertical loop of
Physics 4A Fall 2014 Name 0 NS
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allowed. Please box your answer.
1. A physics student, hoping to earn extra credit, conducts an experiment whi
Physics 4A Fall 2014 Exam 2 Name
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papers or electronic devices are allowed.
1. A block of mass M; is connected to a biock of mass M2 and both are pushed a
The amount of force a muscle can produce with a single max effort.
The ability to resist fatigue while holding or repeating a muscle contraction.
Made up of a motor nerve (one that initiates movement)
A capacity to think critically is an example of _ wellness
Environmental wellness includes
Life expectancy in 1900 was approximately _ years
The most serious threat to one's health in the early 1900s was
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1) What are the units of current density In the
international system ? (lust give answer)
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2) What IS an Ohmic material In terms of the
current density and the electric field ?
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‘1) Consider a wire carrying a steady current with uniform current densrty. By consi
passing point P in a short time At, prove that J = nqv, where n is the density of carriers, v is the drift
velocity and q is the charge on the carrier.
Physics 50/Winter 2016
Make sure to show all work in complete detail. NO CREDIT will be given if no work is
1. Vector A has a magnitude of 50 m at an angle of 50o, vector B has a magnitude of 70 m
at an angle of 210o, and vector C has
Computer Information Systems
As this class is main requirement to aspire an AS Degree, this has
become the basis to attend the class. This class is completely academic oriented
environment for the student to end up learning some broad knowledge about the
CIS - 002 Midterm Exam
2) Whenever you write something huge something like an article or essay , you cannot
simply write like a paragraph style, you need to design the whole thing in proper
structure in order to make it easy for the for the reader to unde
Now, that we have successfully completed the class, we have developed
skills in order to access the software details of the windows 7 desktop. Before
attending the class
we were only aware of sharing the files through online
websites and secondary memory
mbr- master boot record
A master boot record (MBR) is a special type of boot sector at the very beginning of
partitioned computer mass storage devices like fixed disks or removable drives intended for use
with IBM PC-compatible systems and beyond
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<Error><Code>NoSuchKey</Code><Message>The specified key does not
Example Projectile Motion Lab Report
You may not copy the exact words here in any way on a re-written lab.
Determination on the Effect of Angle on the Range of a Projectile
Joselyn J. Todd, other science students, and even other science students
Energy and Work - MBL
In this experiment you will use a cart, a track, and an ultrasonic motion sensor to investigate
the friction between the cart and the track. You will do this from an energy perspective.
Part I On the level (the track should
Physics 4B Lab Schedule(tentative)
INTRODUCTION & MEASURING RESISTANCE
OHMIC AND NON-OHMIC RESISTANCES
DIODE AND DC CIRCUITS
USING THE OSCILLOSCOPE AND FUNCTION GENERATOR
THE MAGNETIC FORCE ON A C
University of California, San Diego
Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences
Gene Smith's Astronomy Tutorial
Newton's Laws, Basic Forces & Light
NEWTON'S LAWS OF MOTION
Here's another look at Newton's Laws.
Newton's First Law - Inertia
Unless a body is ac
WaveParticle Duality and Quantum Physics
1* The quantized character of electromagnetic radiation is revealed by (a) the Young double-slit experiment. (b) diffraction of light by a small aperture. (c) the photoelectric effect. (d) the J.J. Thoms
Superposition and Standing Waves
86 Three successive resonance frequencies in an organ pipe are 1310, 1834, and 2358 Hz. (a) Is the pipe closed at one end or open at both ends? (b) What is the fundamental frequency? (c) What is the length of th