(Experiment No. 5)
COSME, Trizia Anne
DE CLARO, Clarice An
DIZON, Mary Louise
EDEJER, Guian Paolo
Prof. Ryan Cabrera
November 29, 2012
EXPERIMENT NO. 5
The shape of a body will distort when a force
movesfromtheorigintothepoint( 6 8 )m.Howmuchworkisdonebythe
1. A 10-kg block on a rough horizontal surface is attached to a
light spring (forceconstant=1.4kN/m). The block is pulled 8.0
cm to the right from its equilibrium position and released from
rest. The frictional force between the block and surface has a
AP PHYSICS C REVIEW GUIDE CH7
1. The same constant force is used to accelerate two carts of the same mass, initially at rest, on horizontal
frictionless tracks. The force is applied to cart A for twice as long a time as it is applied to cart B. The
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SUMMARY OF GRADES
1. What is use to draw irregular curves?
- A French curve is use in order to draw irregular curves other than arcs of circles.
2. What is the position of the teeth of the coping saw when you clamp the wood on the
- The position of the teeth of the c
1. What is a working drawing?
-Blueprint or drawing that is subject to clarifications but is complete with enough plan
and section views to enable the depicted items construction or replication without
2. What is a bill of material
Steel Square- usually made of metals like aluminium which is resistant to rust
-use to lay out a square or a right angle
Combination protractor composed of multiple purpose in woodwork
-use to measure angle and flatness of a wood
Steel Tape- flexible rule
1. What is a tin snip?
- Tin snips are an essential tool for cutting sheet metal. Professionals and hobbyists
use tin snips to cut different sizes and shapes when working on various projects. Tin
snips are similar to shears or scissors, b
Riveter- A metal bolt or pin having a head on one end
Use: to fasten or secure a screw.
Adjustable Wrench- an adjustable tool for gripping hexagonal nuts
Use: to loosen or tighten a nut or bolt
Drill bit- usually connected to a mechanism, often simply ref
POURING THE MOLDS
Estiamba, Shun Edward A.
What is molding?
Molding is the process of manufacturing by
shaping liquid or pliable raw material using a
rigid frame called a mold or matrix.
Proper Method of Handling
Ladle of Crucible Type
What is a Ladle?
Which one of the following quantities is a vector quantity?
A) the age of the earth
B) the mass of a freight train
C) the earth's pull on your body
D) the temperature of an iced coffee
E) the number of people attending a soccer game
Which one of th
In this chapter we will explore the behavior of fluids. In
particular we will study the following:
exerted by a static fluid
Real versus ideal fl
Elastic Properties of
body isis one
after aa deformation.
Elastic Properties of
Fluid - any substance that flows, typically a liquid or a gas
Hydrostatics - the study of fluids at rest, such as the pressure of a fluid at a particular depth, or
the buoyant force acting on an object in a fluid
Hydrodynamics - the study of
A rotating disk experiencing uniform angular acceleration starts from rest to an angular