Unit 3 Project
Jason Huang
August 9, 2015
Exercise 1 Use the technique of the example above to nd the PageRanks of pages A, B, and C in the graph
below.
r(C)
2
r(A) r(C)
r(B) =
+
2
2
r(A)
r(C) =
2
r(A) = r(B) +
Convert these equations into a matrix.
1
P =
Lab 8: Moment of Inertia
APHY1: Unit 4
Jason Huang
Derivation:
This experiment uses inertia to calculate where to drop a plastic disc and toilet roll
so that both hit the ground at the same time. Shown below is
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AP Physics 1: Unit 1 Test
This 1test consists of 14 multiple choice questions and 3 free-response questions. Your work should be neat
and legible. The problems should be clearly labeled and they shoul
Lab 3: Half-Atwood Machine
APHY1: Unit 2
Jason Huang
Derivation:
The purpose of this lab was to find the acceleration of a cart pulled across a platform
by a hanging mass using a pulley system, as shown below.
Lab 5: Tilted Atwood Machine
APHY1: Unit 3
Jason Huang
Derivation:
Using the Law of Conservation of Energy, the final speed of the cart can be found.
The cart, ! , is dragged by a hanging mass ! . The energy cha
Lab 1: Acceleration
APHY1: Unit 1
Jason Huang
Derivation:
This lab was conducted to determine the acceleration of a cart from several
different ramp angles. For each ramp angle, 40 location points are recorded on
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EQUATION QUIZ
1. The distance x traveled by an object in time t with initial velocity v0 and constant acceleration
a.
2. The distance x traveled by an object with final velocity v, initial velocity v0, and a constant
acceleration a.
3. Averag
Chapter I0 Sfmpt'e Harmonic Motion
Chapter 10
SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
PREVIEW
An object such as a pendulum or a mass on a spring is oscillating or vibrating ifit is
moving in a repeated path at regular time intervals. We call this type of motion harmonic
m
Chapter 6 Work and ifntl'gi
Chapter 6
WORK AND ENERGY
PREVIEW
Work is the scalar product of thejoree acting on an object and the oispftn-cntenr through
which it acts. When work is done on or by a system, the energy of that system is always.
changed. If wo
Gauss Law:
! =
E dA =
q
!
When we can use Gauss Law:
1. The value of the electric field can be argued by symmetry to be constant over
the portion of the surface.
2. E and dA are parallel to each other, and
Table of Information and Equation Tables for AP Physics C Exams
Table of Information and Equation Tables for AP Physics Exams
The accompanying Table of Information and Equation Tables will be provided toto students when
The accompanying Table of Informati
Electric Fields of Different Shapes
Rod
E=
= k !
k ! dq
=
r!
Q
L
= k !
!
!
Q
k ! L dx
x!
1
Q
1 a+L
dx = k !
!
x
L
x a
Q 1
1
L a a+L
Ring
E=
k ! dq
=
r!
= k ! Q
k ! dq
cos =
x ! + a!
x
x ! + a!
!
!
Chapter I Introduction and Mathematical Concepts '
Chapter 1
INTRODUCTION AND MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS
PREVIEW
This chapter introduces you to the basic mathematical tools for doing physics. You will
study units and converting between units, the trigonometric