Newton's Theory of Gravitation - Chapter 13
m1 F r Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation is referred to as an inverse _ law. Perhaps a more complete way to describe this law is F m2
Gravity A La Newt
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Experiment 7: Centripetal Force
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 10/13/06
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Abstract
The purpose of this laboratory experiment is to better understand centripetal force and accelerati
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Experiment 8: Energy Conservation
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 10/19/06
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Abstract
The purpose of this lab is to have a better understanding about energy conservation and work. In
Experiment 13: Simple Harmonic Motion
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 12/8/06
Abstract
The purpose of this laboratory experiment is to better understand harmonic motion. With the use of
Energy Ch 10
Lets look at the equations of motion!
Kinetic Energy & Potential Energy
Lets look the Newton's second law in a freefall situation. Fnet = _
Fnet = ma = m dv y dt = - mg
v fy = v iy + 2
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Experiment 12: Conservation of Angular Momentum
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 12/1/06
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Abstract
In this laboratory experiment is to better understand angular momentum. With the us
Experiment 1: Measurement, Error and Graphing
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 9/6/06
Abstract
The purpose of this experiment is to refresh the memory by re-introducing concepts of measur
Experiment 3: Projectile Motion
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 9/22/06
Abstract In this experiment we will learn more about projectile motion and it's components, horizontal and vertica
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Abstract
The purpose of this lab is to better understand friction and its properties. We will be able to attain this goal by using four different experimental techniques to determine the coefficien
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Experiment 10: Torque
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 11/3/06
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The purpose of this laboratory experiment is to introduce the concept of torque. We plan to achieve this goal
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Experiment 11: Moment of Inertia
PHYS 124-011
Instructor: Sijie Lin
Steven Yi
11/17/06
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Abstract
The purpose of this lab experiment is to better understand rotational dynamics. With the
use of a r
Phys1220 Exam-2 Spring 2014
1. A father pulls his young daughter on a sled with a force of 100 N while the sled
moves with a constant velocity as illustrated below. The total mass of the sled and
the
Phys1220 Exam-2 Fall2014
1. A 40.0-kg block is initially at rest on a horizontal surface. A horizontal force of
280 N is required to set the block in motion, after which a horizontal force of 120 N is
Phys1220 Exam-2 Spring2015
1. The x and y coordinates of a 2.0-kg particle moving in the xy plane under the
influence of a net force F are given by x = 1.5 t2 and y = (1/3) t3 - 3 t2, with x and y in
Phys1220 Equation Sheets
Position vector:
x = xi,
y = y
j,
Displacement:
x (xf xi )i
d
Average Speed: Sav t
Average Velocity:
v av,x tx = vav,xi
z = z k,
r = xi + y
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r (
rf
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j
Phys1220 Exam-2 Fall2015
1. A block with mass M = 2.0 kg is placed on an inclined plane. The plane makes an angle
of 36.87o with the horizontal, and the coefficients of kinetic and static friction bet
Physics notes
fg between two masses is proportional to 1/r^2 where r is the distance between the two
rp + ra = 2a for ellipses
this is because of perihelions and aphelions
1 AU = astronomical unit (av
Experiment 2: Velocity and Acceleration
PHYS 124-011 Instructor: Sijie Lin Steven Yi 9/15/06
Abstract:
The purpose of this lab is to show the relationship between displacement, velocity, and acceler
Vectors Chapter 3
A scalar quantity has only _ and no direction. This means we can fully explain a scalar with a number and a unit It is 36o F on a cold winter day The ball fell for a time of 1.25 s
Impulse and Collisions Ch 9
Change in Momentum
Momentum is a _; there is a direction and magnitude.
Momentum = mass x velocity p = _ y x v v v
A block and a ball of the same mass and downward spe
Dynamics II Motion in a plane Chapter 8 r r v2 ac = r
Application of Newton's 2nd law to the radial component of circular motion
Uniform Circular Motion
The centripetal acceleration, ac, _ points
Rotation of a Rigid Body
A complete circle has an angle of 360o. In terms of radians, a complete circle has an arc length, s, equal to its circumference. s = C = _ r s
Chapter 13
Arc Length
A rel
Newton's Third Law Chapter 7 Identifying Action Reaction Pairs
An interaction is the _ influence of two systems on each other.
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Draw each object separately. Identify _ force. Id
I . In a collision between a huge SUV and a small compact car, the SUV exerts a
larger force on the compact car than the compact exerts on the SUV.
a. True b. False C)
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Dynamics I - Chapter 6
Bodies in Equilibrium (a = 0) STRATEGY: 1. Diagram and givens converted to standard units 2. Draw free body diagram, identifying the _ direction 3. Resolve forces into x and y c
Kinematics in Two Dimensions Chapter 4
2D motion with Constant Acceleration
Position and velocity are expressed in terms of both horizontal and _components.
r r = _ x^ + y^ i j
r r d r dx ^ dy ^ _
KINEMATICS: The mathematics of motion Chapter 2
x = x i + v xi t +
How many variables?
1 a xt 2 2
Kinematics is the description of motion. Kinematics is concerned with "What is happening?" or "How
Fluids and Elasticity - Chapter 15
Gases are compressible. That is, the volume of a gas is easily increased or decreased, a consequence of the _ between the molecules in a gas.
Fluids
A fluid is a s
Work - Chapter 11
Energy transformations within the system _ change the value of Esys. Systems are typically not _ from their environment and therefore exchange energy with the environment. The mechan