Physics 10 Final Review
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a. What is the equivalent resistance of the resistors R2 and R3 that are connected in
parallel?
b. What is the total current in the circuit above?
c. What is the voltage dro
Midterm 1 (practice)
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In all problems, air resistance should be neglected
1. (30 pts) At t = 0, a ball is kicked from the ground level vertically
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Math 31A-2, Fall 2016
Practice problems for Midterm 1
Disclaimer: The actual midterm may vary from this problem set in content and length. This
practice set should not be considered a comprehensive st
Choose from these course readings to support your argument.
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Midterm 1 (practice)
Physics 10
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Section:
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In all problems, air resistance should be neglected
1. (30 pts) At t = 0, a ball is kicked from the ground level vertically
upward with an i
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Questions 1 to 5: Lets say that the weights of adult female Asian elephants (elephas maximus) follow a
normal distribution. The
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Exercises
205
How Balls and Air Work: A ball traveling through the air experiences two major types of
aerodynamic force: drag and lift. For a nonspinning ball traveling very slowly, the only drag
forc
Practice Midterm 2: Physics 10
1. Two billiard balls of mass 0.5kg and an unknown mass m2 collide. The first ball was moving
to the right with a speed of 2m/s and the second (m2) to the left with a sp
Physics 10
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Exam date: May 20, 2015
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Midterm 2 Study Guide
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Exercises
273
gas does work on it. This work is what powers the car. Finally, during the exhaust stroke, the
piston moves into the cylinder and squeezes out the burned gas. The cylinder then begins
ag
Due: Wednesday, October 11th, 2017
Physics 10
Homework #1
Ch01 Exercises and Problems are posted as a separate file at the same time.
Home work: Problem # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 13, 14, 15 and 16.
Optiona
Due: Wednesday, November 15th
Physics 10
Homework #6
Homework:
From Ch07 Exercises and Problems:
Problem # 1, 2, 5,
From Ch08 Exercises and Problems:
Problem # 3, 6, 11,
Optional:
From Ch07 Exercises
Due: Wednesday, November 1th
Physics 10
Homework #4
Homework:
From Ch05 Exercises and Problems:
Problem # 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 15
Optional:
From Ch05 Exercises and Problems:
Problem # 9, 10, 13
You can f
Due: Wednesday, November 8th
Physics 10
Homework #5
Homework:
From Ch05 Exercises and Problems:
Problem # 4, 8, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14
Optional:
From Ch06 Exercises and Problems:
Exercises # 6, 10, 15
You
Due: Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
Physics 10
Homework #2
Ch02 Exercises and Problems are also posted as a separate file the assignment refers to
Exercises and Problems from this file
Home work: Exerc
140
CHAPT ER 4 Mechanical Objects
The rider powers the bicycle by pushing its pedals around in a circle. Since the rider can
provide the most pedaling power when the pedals are turning at a moderate r
Practice Midterm 2
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Formula Sheet
x
t
v
a
=
t
~
F = m~a
v =
(1)
(2)
(3)
p~ = m~v
(4)
~
p = F~ t
(5)
1
mv 2 + mgh
2
m1 m2
F =G 2
d
W = F d = KE
E=
efficiency =
total energy input
useful energy output
Power =
Energy
Time
(
16 RelativityMomentum, Mass, Energy, and Gravity
According to special relativity,
mass and energy are
equivalent. According to
general relativity, gravity
causes space to become
curved and time to und
2 Mechanical Equilibrium
An object in mechanical
equilibrium is stable, without
changes in motion.
2 Mechanical Equilibrium
Things that are in balance with one
another illustrate equilibrium.
Things i
17 The Atomic Nature of Matter
Atoms are the building blocks
of most matter.
17 The Atomic Nature of Matter
Atoms are the building
blocks of most matter.
Everything you see,
hear, taste, feel, or smel
Physics 133 Formulas
Remove these formula sheets from the exam packet and discard them after the exam.
r
v = f
= 2f =
v=
2
T
RT
M
= (10 dB) log
2
y(x, t) = A cos (kx t + )
v
, (n = 1, 2, 3, .)
2L
v