PHYS 1401 General College Physics I
Synonym: 36034 Section: 005
Instructor: John Underwood
Fall Semester 2017
Class and Contact Information
Class Hours: TH 1:30-2:50 PM
Class Location: RVSA 2210
Lab H
708
CHAPTER 15
m
d2x
= k1 x k2 x.
dt 2
Substituting x = xm cos( t + ) and simplifying, we find
2
=
k1 + k2
m
where is in radians per unit time. Since there are 2 radians in a cycle, and frequency f
me
PHYS 1401 Formula Sheet
Conversion Factors:
1m
1 km
1 mile
1L
1h
1 m/s
.
= 3.281 ft = 39.37 in
= 1000 m = 0.6214 miles
= 5280 ft = 1.609 km
3
-3
3
= 1000 cm = 10 m
= 3600 s
= 3.6 km/h
= 3.281 ft/s = 2
Chapter 13
Gravitation
In this chapter we will explore the following topics:
-Newton s law of gravitation, which describes the attractive force
between two point masses and its application to extended
Lab 10: Static Equilibrium Crane Boom
Objective:
The objective of this experiment is to study the static equilibrium of a rigid body. This
will be done by measuring the external forces acting on the b
Chapter 7
Kinetic Energy and Work
In this chapter we will introduce the following concepts:
Kinetic energy of a moving object
Work done by a force
Power
In addition, we will develop the work-kinetic e
Chapter 10
Rotation
In this chapter we will study the rotational motion of rigid bodies
about a fixed axis. To describe this type of motion we will introduce
the following new concepts:
-Angular displ
Chapter 2
Motion Along a Straight Line
In this chapter we will study kinematics, i.e., how objects move along a
straight line.
The following parameters will be defined:
Displacement
Average velocity
A
Review Forces
The Concepts of Force and Net Force
Inertia and Newtons First Law of Motion
Newtons Second Law of Motion
II.
F ma
Newtons Third Law of Motion
More on Newtons Laws: Free-Body Diagrams
and
Energy, Momentum
Review
Work, Energy, Power
Work Done by a Constant Force
Work Done by a Variable Force
The WorkEnergy Theorem: Kinetic Energy
Potential Energy
Conservation of Energy
Power
Work, Const
Review T2 Forces.
TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.
1) Your mass on the moon will be about one-sixth of your mass on Earth.
2) The kinetic coefficient o
Formula Sheet T2 GPI
2nd Law: F = ma
Force of Friction f N
Elastic Force: Fe = -kx
W = F x = (F cos x
Work:
Kinetic Energy:
Potential Energy:
Power:
Momentum:
Impulse:
1 2
K mv
2
U g mgy
P = W/t
I Ft
11/28/2015
Lab Report 4: Energy Conservation
I. Materials:
AC Adaptor, Dell Laptop
AC Adaptor, LabPro
Air Track
Laptop Computer
Air Track Kit
Glider, Air Track
Table Jack
Lab pro Vernier
Meter stick
A
11/11/2015
Lab Report 3: The Conservation of Linear
Momentum
I. Materials:
AC Adaptor, Dell Laptop
AC Adaptor, LabPro
Air Supply
Air Track
Air Track Kit
Dell Laptop Computer
LabPro, Vernier
Glider, Ai
Subi Ok
Kelly Janes
Physics IA
20 November 2015
Comparative analysis of Sandglass and Water Clocks principle.
Now days, our entire life is made by accurate times. I go school exactly by 8:30 and I
nee
Equations that are not on the AP Physics 1 Formula Sheet
Keep in mind the equations listed below do not necessarily need to be memorized. It is more important to
understand the proportionalities rathe
WAVE LESSON 2
Properties of Waves
The Anatomy of a Wave
A transverse wave is a wave in which the particles of the medium are displaced in a
direction perpendicular to the direction of energy transport
AP Physics Multiple Choice Practice Waves and Optics
SECTION A Waves and Sound
1. Which of the following statements about the speed of waves on a string are true?
I. The speed depends on the tension i
PHYS 1443-003, Fall 2002, 2nd Term Exam, Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2002
Name:
ID:
Problems 1 26 are 3 points each. The points of problems 27 and 28
vary.
1. What force is needed to make an object move in a
Fall Final Review Questions
1. What is the difference between average velocity and
19. If two masses m 1 and m 2 , where m 1> m2
instantaneous velocity?
were to be in contact and pushed to the side, w
1
Calculus III
First Day Handout for Students
Spring 2017
MATH 2415 - Lec 003
Gustavo Cepparo
Synonym: 21130
Phone: 223-4443
Time: TTH 1:35-3:20 p.m.
email: [email protected]
Campus: RVS
web: www.
PHYS 2426 Engineering Physics II
Resistance and Ohms Law
Leader: _ Recorder: _
Skeptic: _ Encourager: _
Materials
2 x Digital Multimeter (DMM)
Genecon
Variety of alligator clip and banana plug wire
Va
Electric Dipole
a) Calculate the electric field E(x,y) of a dipole with charge q and distance d at any point in the
plane that contains the charges.
b) Use the Mathematica function StreamPlot[] to dis
Magnetic Dipole due to a Current Circular Loop
(a) Use the Biot-Savart law to calculate the magnetic field at any point in the yz-plane (i.e.,
at (0, y, z) of the current loop shown in the figure belo
Proton traveling in a magnetic and electric fields
A proton with a speed of 6 x 107 m/s in the y-direction travels through a magnetic field of 0.5 T in the zdirection and an electric field of 5 x 10 5
Crane Boom Equilibrium
Name:_ _
Experiment No. and Title_9_
Date:_11/17/16_
Course and section:_ENGR 2425_
Objective:
The objective of the Crane Boom Equilibrium experiment is to verify the
requiremen
Name:_ Experiment No. and Title_Lab 10_
Date:_12/01/16 _
Course and section:_PHYS 2425_
Objective:
The purpose of the experiment was to study the direct relationship of Hookes
Law on Simple Harmonic M