PHYS 121 (KJF 3rd Ed)
Solutions to Chapter 1 Homework
Q1.2. Reason: The softball player starts with an initial velocity but as he slides he moves slower and slower
until coming to rest at the base. The distance he travels in successive times will become s
Cal Poly
Physics 121
Spring 2017
Instructor: Karl Saunders
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PHYSICS
ASSESSMENT UNIT PH1: Waves, Light and Basics
A.M. MONDAY, 13 January 2
Copyright 2016 Katharina Gillen
NAME:
February 18th, 2016
Physics 141 Midterm 2
C
Kat
This is a closed book exam. You can use your brain, a ruler, and a basic scientific
calculator to solve the problems given. All problems are to be filled out on the work
Copyright 2016 Katharina Gillen
January 28th, 2016
Physics 141 Midterm 1
C
NAME:
Kat
This is a closed book exam. You can use your brain, a ruler, and a basic scientific
calculator to solve the problems given. All problems are to be filled out on the work
Copyright 2016 Katharina Gillen
January 28th, 2016
Physics 141 Midterm 1
D
NAME:
Kat
This is a closed book exam. You can use your brain, a ruler, and a basic scientific
calculator to solve the problems given. All problems are to be filled out on the work
Copyright 2016 Katharina Gillen
NAME:
February 18th, 2016
Physics 141 Midterm 2
D
Kat
This is a closed book exam. You can use your brain, a ruler, and a basic scientific
calculator to solve the problems given. All problems are to be filled out on the work
Equation Sheet
Basic Constants for Mechanics
Standard Gravity
g = 9.81 m/s2
Gravitational constant
G = 6.67 10-11 Nm2/kg2
Pi
= 3.1415927
Velocity and Acceleration
1D Motion (valid for X & Y directions)
v d t
Velocity
If displacement unknown v v at
i
a v
Conservation of Energy in 2D Lab: Elastic or Inelastic?
Credit: http:/dev.physicslab.org/DocumentPrint.aspx?doctype=2&filename=Momentum_MomentumCollisionsAngle.xml
Background: In this lab we will investigate a collision in two-dimensions by allowing a
car
Narek Khanmahlakian
Physics 131L Lab #4
11/01/2015
Introduction:
The purpose of this lab is to examine the predictions set by Newtons second law, that when total mass of a
system is kept constant, the acceleration of the system will be directly proportion