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Physics 213, Quiz 1
4:30 PM,
T. Bolton
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27, 2017
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EP1: Exam 2 Review
February 15, 2017
Spring 2017
PHYS 213
Forces
Yo-Yo
If I pull on the string,
the yo-yo will move to
the
A. Lef
B. Right
C. Something else
Coffee Filter
A coffee filter floats gently
Rotational Inertia
For rotation about a single axis, I=m1r12+m2r22+, which
might turn into an integral if the mass is continuously
distributed: I=r2(m) dm.
In practice, we calculate I for simple thi
Quiz 2 and 3
Quiz 2 will be returned in your TW studio. Note the one
week window for grading questions.
We have a short turnaround for Quiz 3: a week from this
Friday, March 3.
Work and Kinetic Ener
Quiz Grading Questions
You will get your quizzes back in studio tomorrow or
Friday.
The solution key will be posted on KSO.
You have one week from the time you get your quiz
back to bring any gradi
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QUIZ 1 IS FRIDAY January 27, 4:30-5:45
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Motion in One Dimension
We would know everyth
What is matter made of?
If, in some cataclysm, all of scientific knowledge were to be
destroyed, and only one sentence passed on to the next
generation of creatures, what statement would contain the
m
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QUIZ 1 IS FRIDAY January 27, 4:30-5:45
PM in CW101,102,103, 143, 144, and 145.
Physics 213 Review: 7:30PM
Wednesday, January 25, BLUEMONT
101.
SAS review: Thursday , January 26, 1107
Quiz 2
Is Friday, February 17, 4:30-5:45 PM.
Rooms:
If you arrive 4:15 or earlier, go to CW101, 102, 103, or
143.
If you arrive after 4:15, or the above rooms are full,
go to CW144/145 or CW 129.
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Quiz 3 is Friday, March 3, 4:30-5:45 PM.
Physics review, 7:30PM, Wednesday, March 1, 7:30PM,
Bluemont 101.
Covers Work, KE, PE, Work-Energy, Conservation of
Energy, Springs, WorkHe
Outside-the-box students
Group work/study is very beneficial and is encouraged.
Non-traditional students can have more trouble joining up
for efforts like this.
I am willing to facilitate organizat
More Newton: Applications and Examples
1. F=0 a=0.
2. F = Ma.
3. F12 = -F21.
Inertia ball
If I pull down quickly, will
the top or bottom string
break?
A. Top.
B. Bottom.
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Physics 213- Engineering Physics 1
Instructor: Professor T. Bolton CW43A, Tel: 532-1664;
e-mail: [email protected]
Office Hours: T,F 2:00-4:00, or by appointment.
Text: Physics for Scientists and Engin
Density of mercury
A.
B.
C.
D.
Since 760 mm-Hg = atmospheric pressure, what is the
density of mercury?
1 g/cm3.
5 g/cm3.
9 g/cm3.
13 g/cm3.
Why mercury?
A.
B.
C.
D.
If we made a single tube barometer
News you can use
Quiz 4 is Friday, March 31, 4:30-5:45 PM.
Physics review, 7:30PM, Wednesday, March 29,
7:30PM, Bluemont 101.
SAS review, 7:00PM, Thursday, March 30, DUF 1107.
Covers momentum p=Mv
Where are we?
About half-way through the course.
Quiz 3 comes back in studio T or W.
I will post a mid-term progress report soon that will
tell you your total points up to now in various
categories
Quiz 2 and 3
Quiz 2 will be returned in your TW studio. Note the one
week window for grading questions.
We have a short turnaround for Quiz 3: a week from this
Friday, March 3.
Conservative forces
L
Impulse and Collisions
From dp/dt = FEXT, it follows that if the external force FEXT
acts for a short time, that p2-p1=Dp=FEXTDt.
The quantity J=FEXTDt is call the impulse. Its use is most
interesti
News You Can Use
Quiz 3 is Friday, March 3, 4:30-5:45 PM.
Physics review, 7:30PM, Wednesday, March 1, 7:30PM,
Bluemont 101.
SAS review, 7:00PM, Thursday, March 2, DUF 1107.
Covers Work, KE, PE, Wo
News you can use
Quiz 4 is Friday, March 31, 4:30-5:45 PM.
Physics review, 7:30PM, Wednesday, March 29,
7:30PM, Bluemont 101.
SAS review, 7:00PM, Thursday, March 30, DUF 1107.
Covers momentum p=Mv
Rotational Motion
m1
R1
R2
m2
A dumbbell that is spinning about its CM clearly has KE,
even though its CM is stationary.
Call T the period of rotation, and recall the frequency
f=1/T. If all the par
Archimedes Principle
When an object is immersed in a fluid (liquids or gases), the fluid exerts a pressure on the object. This
pressure comes from the weight of all the fluid above a location within i
PROJECTILE MOTION
Objectives:
To gain experience with video analysis and modeling in the laboratory
To acquire, graph, and analyze data
To extract significant and meaningful information from data
NEWTONS SECOND LAW
Objectives:
To acquire, graph and analyze data
To extract significant and meaningful information from graphs and data
To gain experience fitting data with mathematical models
To
Lab 13 - Boyles Law & The Gay-Lussac Law
Objectives:
To establish the experimental basis for the ideal gas law
To investigate the relationships between Pressure, Temperature and Volume of a gas
To
CENTRIPETAL FORCE AND ACCELERATION
Objectives:
To observe and measure centripetal forces
To calculate and understand what is meant by tangential velocity
To construct meaningful data and calculatio
Calorimetry
Objectives:
To investigate calorimetry, temperature, specific heats and heat of fusion
To understand, experimentally, heat and heat equations
To acquire and analyze meaningful values an
Lab 8 - Torque & Moment of Inertia
ADDENDUM
The following is the derivation of the approximate equation that we are verifying in lab, namely
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t
I i ! I o +$ t ' (1.
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(1)
Approximate