Physics 201 Lab
Instructors: Teresa Herd ([email protected])
Office Hours: Tuesday 2:30-4:00PM and Friday 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM (Kendade 207)
Or by appointment.
Overview:
Lab is like physics recess. Youve heard about many of the exciting theories concernin
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EXAM #1
INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
The exam consists of four problems. The total number of points on the exam GRADING:
is 100.
Unless otherwise indicated, all answers must include some explanation or
derivation. Numerical answers must inc
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EXAM #2
PHYSICS 0001 Second Summer Semester
June 21, 2012
INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
GRADING:
The exam consists of four problems. The total number of points on the
exam is 100.
#1:
_/16
#2:
_/28
#3:
_/28
#4:
_/28
You will have 2 hours to
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FINAL EXAM
PHYSICS 0001A
June 28, 2012
INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
GRADING:
The exam consists of 9 sections. The first section has 9 true/false questions
and the remaining 8 sections are individual computational problems. Of the T/F: _/09
Physics 110, Spring 2013
Problem Set 9
Due on Wednesday, April 10th in Class
1. From the book: Ch. 10 problem 56, Ch. 11 problems 46 & 53, and Ch. 12
problems 10 & 37
2. When you press hard on the brakes of your car, the front end of the car pitches
downw
Fluids - Statics
MHC
April 22, 2013
(MHC)
Fluids - Statics
April 22, 2013
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Announcements
PS #11 on Ella (Due next Monday)
Assessment Test this Friday in Class (not for a grade!) - Extra
Credit (Drop Lowest Quiz)
Seminar this Thursday (Details to Come
Physics 110, Spring 2013
Problem Set 5
Due Monday, Feb. 25th in Class
1. From the book: Ch. 6 problems 4, 16, 42, and 52
2. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the tires of your car and the roadway
is k . (a) If your initial speed is v and you loc
Physics 110, Spring 2013
Problem Set 2
Due Tuesday, Feb. 5th in Class
1. From the book: Ch. 2 problems 17, 69, & 89
2. A dog runs back and forth between two owners who are initial 10 m apart.
The owners start walking towards each other, each at a speed of
Physics 110, Spring 2013
Problem Set 7
Due by Friday, March 15th in Class
1. From the book: Ch. 9 problems 24, 40, and 68
Figure 1: Problem 2
2. Three objects lie on a frictionless table in a straight line, see Fig. 1. From left
to right their masses are
Physics 110 Spring 2013
Projectile Motion Pre-lab
1. You launch a ball into the air with a velocity of magnitude 20 m/s that makes an angle of 20
with the horizontal. What is the velocity (magnitude and direction) of the ball when it reaches
its maximum v
Physics 110, Spring 2013
Problem Set 11
Due on Monday, April 29th in Class
1. From the book: Ch. 14 Problems 18, 46, and 65
2. Much like Archimedes, you are given a crown that is supposedly made of pure
gold. You are able to measure its weight (Fc = 10 N
Physics 110, Spring 2013
Problem Set 8
Due on Tuesday, April 2nd in Class
1. From the book: Ch. 10 problems 16, 26, 103
2. A wheel of radius R starts from rest and accelerates with a constant angular
acceleration of about a fixed axis. At what time t will
Physics 110, Spring 2013
Problem Set 6
Due Monday, May 4th in Class
1. From the book: Ch. 7 prob. 4, 14, 19, 37 and Ch. 8 prob. 20, 24, 39, 65
2. An Atwood machine (see Fig. 1) has two masses (M1 > M2 ) initial at rest and
level with each other. They each