Physics 411
Assignment 9, Chapter 9
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q9.1 Yes for (a), (b), (d) and (e). In each case the equation is true for any instant of time. Changes
of quantities over ti
Physics 411
Assignment 5, Chapter 5
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q5.1 The force diagram for the man plus seat is given in Fig. DQ5.1a. 2T wtot and therefore
T wtot 2 . The tension in the ro
Physics 411
Assignment 6, Chapter 6
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q6.2 Wtot K . At constant speed means K 0 and Wtot 0 . If friction can be neglected, for
any upward displacement of the elev
Physics 411
Assignment 4, Chapter 4
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q4.1 No. For an object to be in equilibrium the net force on it must be zero. If there is one and
only one non-zero force on
Physics 411
Assignment 8, Chapter 8
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q8.3 For either a raindrop or apple, you can consider the object and earth together as an isolated system and
say that the m
Physics 411
Assignment 7, Chapter 7
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q7.1 The air resistance force is directed opposite to the motion and hence does negative work
Wother , both for the upward a
Physics 411
Assignment 10, Chapter 10
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q10.1 Yes. For example, a force applied tangentially to the rim of a disk initially at rest on a horizontal
frictionless s
Physics 411
Assignment 2, Chapter 2
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q2.3 The answer to the first question is yes. If the object is initially moving and the acceleration
direction is opposite t
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Assignment 3, Chapter 3
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q3.1 The mass travels in an arc of a circle, so its radial acceleration is arad v 2 R . At the end
point its speed is zero s
Physics 411
Assignment 1a, Chapter 1
HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
Discussion Questions
Q1.1 One correct experiment can disprove a theory, by showing that it doesnt agree with the
outcome of the experiment. Expe
Physics 411
Laboratory EXercise
DENSITY, MEASUREMENT
Purpose
_ In this" laboratory we will
0 practice using measuring equipment;
. 'o learn to estimate uncertainties in
' physical measurements;
- le
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Prof. M. Lawlor
Lab Report Format
You will perform the laboratory exercises in this course in groups of two to four. Each
individual must, however, turn in his or her own lab rep
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went to gym
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1 hour
eat
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homework
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video games
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Physics 411
Laboratory Exercise
GRAPHS I
Purpose
Vertical vs. Horizontal: The
quantity before the "vs." is always
plotted on the vertical axis. The
quantity after the "vs." is always
plotted on the ho
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Title
Abstract
Introduction
The purpose of this experiment is to determine the spring constant (k) for a
spring and a rubber band. We know that the restoring force, or the force
required t