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Pages 2245-224
First Source: This source came from some geophysical letters from one scientist who was
studying how the effects of nuclear bombs can be measured using seis
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Section 1 - short answers
In the completely in-elastic collision shown below, what is the final velocity in terms of the
initial velocities and the masses?
=
1
1
1 +2
What is the final kinetic energy in terms of the initial velocities an
Name_ TA name_
Section 1 - short answers
In the completely in-elastic collision shown below, what is the final velocity in terms of the
initial velocities and the masses?
=
1 1
1 + 2
What is the ratio of the initial and final kinetic energies ( )?
=
1
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1. A projectile is launched on level ground at an angle from the horizontal, with initial speed
0 . The projectile reaches the ground again at a time t and at a location x,y.
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Introduction
This lab investigates collisions, both elastic and inelastic. By exploring these different kinds of
collisions in detail, you will d
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Forces & Newtons Laws
Analyzing Equations
Equations do more than just provide a way to get a numerical answer. They provide contextual
information and there are conditions under which they can be used.
1
What does the
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Group Work
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Work & Energy
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I. Newtons 1st Law defines inertial reference frames, and Newtons 2nd law is only valid within
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Electrochemical Cells and Thermodynamics
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Significant Figures:
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a.
d.
a. 95134.2 g
b. 0.1689 kg
c. 0.0800000 m
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REVIEW FOR VECTORS (FORCE TABLE) LAB I
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1
Introduction
The idea of vectors is one of the most fundamental and useful in all of physics. There are
many different quantities that
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acceleration. The
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VECTORS (FORCE TABLE) LAB I
1
Prelab Questions
Refer to the Review for Vectors (Force Table) Lab 1, which does not need to be printed.
1. On the graph to the right,
draw a coordinate axis, and