PHY1331
Module 1: Vectors
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Review of Vectors
As described in the PHY1321 lecture, a
vector A can be used to represent any
quantity having both magnitude and
direction (as opposed to scalars, which
have magnitude only.) So when
p
Module 6
Rotational Motion
and Energy
Module 6: Rotational Motion and Energy
Question 1:
A dentists drill starts from rest. After 3.20 s of constant angular acceleration, it
turns at a rate of 2.51 104 / (a) Find the drills angular acceleration. (b)
deter
PHY1331
Module 2:
Linear Momentum
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Module 2: Linear Momentum
law of conservation of linear momentum states that for a system having i
The
particles, with each particle having momentum , the total momentum is constant.
So the to
PHY1331
Module 4:
Applying Newtons Laws
to Physics Problems
Module 4: A Recipe For Doing Newtonian Physics Problems Right
The following recipe works for all of the problems you will encounter in first-year
physics that involve Newtonian mechanics: get int
PHY1331
Module 4:
Applying Newtons Laws to
Physics Problems, Part II
Module 4: Applying Newtons Laws
Question 5:
A setup similar to the one shown below is often used in hospitals to support and
apply a horizontal traction force to an injured leg. Assume t
Module 7:
Torque
Module 7: Torque
Question 1:
A mobile is constructed of light rods, light
strings, and beach souvenirs as shown in the
figure at right. If 4 = 12.0, find the
values of (a) 1 , 2 , and 3 , and (b) the
tension on the rope connected to the
c
PHY1331
Module 5:
Energy
Module 5: Energy
Question 1:
In the block-spring system shown
below, a 0.80-kg block is given an initial
velocity 1.2 m/s to the right and
collides with a spring of negligible mass
whose force constant is = 50 /.
(a) Calculate the
Module 8:
Angular Momentum/
Fluid Mechanics
Module 8: Angular Momentum
Question 1:
A projectile of mass moves to the right with a
speed , as shown at right. The projectile strikes
and sticks to the end of a frictionless axle of mass
perpendicular to the
PHY1331
Module 3:
Range Equation/
Differentiation
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Module 3: Range Equation
The Range Equation relates the range a projectile travels to its initial velocity, ,
and its launch angle according to the equation
=
2
sin 2
Module 3:
Practice Questions Quiz 1
The following questions have been taken from Prof. Czajkowskis course notes and are suitable
for studying for Quiz #1. (Sorry for the poor quality, but the original digital version is no longer
available.)
List of Odd-Numbered Sample Practice Questions for PHY1321/1331
from Serway and Jewetts Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics. 9 th Ed.
Note that answers to these questions are located in the back of the text after the appendices.
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Integration
Integration
Recall from our brief discussion of differential calculus that differentiation allows
us to analyze the instantaneous rate of change of a function relative to its
independent variable. Thus if the position of a particle varies as
Vectors and Trigonometry
Relationship between unit vectors and trigonometry
Trigonometry Fundamentals
sin = /|
cos = /|
tan = sin cos =
Vector Fundamentals
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If A and B are vectors then
A+B=B+A
c(A + B) = cA + cB
= |
Useful Trigonometric Identities
DGD 8: Torque, Angular Momentum and Buoyancy
Q1: (Q12-48) Assume a person bends forward to lift a load with his
back as shown in the figure below at left. The spine pivots mainly at
the fifth lumbar vertebra, with the principal supporting force provided
b
DGD 4: Newtons Laws
Q1. A 1000-kg car is pulling a 300-kg trailer. Together the car and
trailer move forward with an acceleration of 2.15 m/s2. Ignore any
force of air friction on the car and all friction forces on the trailer.
Determine (a) the net force
Homework Assignment #4
Due Friday, July 7th before 11:45 a.m.
Due: July 7st not later than 11:45 a.m. in Professor Houtmans drop box in the
SITE Building, 4th Floor. Since the answers for this assignment will be provided
at the DGD, there are no marks awa
Homework Assignment #3 Due June 21st
Due: June 21st not later than 15:45 (3:45 p.m) in Professor Houtmans drop box in the SITE Building, 4th Floor.
1. A potters wheel moves uniformly from rest to an angular speed of 1.00
rev/s in 30.0 s. (a) Find its aver
Proofs
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PHY1124 A
Fundamentals of Physics
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Assignment # 9, Winter 2017
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1. Halleys Comet moves in an elongated elliptical orbit arou
PHY1124 A
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1. An electron and a proton are each moving at 845 km/s in perp
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1. A particle with mass 1.81 x 1034 kg and a charge of 1.22 X 1
PHY1124 A
Assignment # 7, Winter 2017
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