Pressure Worksheet
PHYS 410
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1. A large container has a bottom that is rectangular in area with dimensions of 5.00 m by 8.00
m. The container is filled with water to a depth of 1.00 m
Simple Harmonic Motion Worksheet
PHYS 410
1. The graph to the right is a position vs. time for
an object with mass m and attached to a spring
with spring constant k.
(a) Plot the position graph if m i
Universal Gravity Worksheet
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1. Object 1 has mass M and is located at (0,0). Object 2 has mass 2M and is located
at (L,0). A third object with mass m is located at (L/3,0). F
Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion Worksheet
PHYS 410
1. When designing tall building, mass dampers are added as an anti-sway device
during strong winds. A mass dampener may be modeled as a block attach
Torque Worksheet
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1. Find the torque by force F about the axis shown on the 1.00
m long door. F is applied at the center of the door. Solve
using the geometric formula and al
Buoyancy Worksheet
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1. A cube of wood 10.0 cm on a side is placed in water.
Then a cube of aluminum, with side of length L, is
placed on top of the wood so that the wood is c
Energy Equation Rotational Worksheet
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1. A thin rod of unknown length, L, is pinned to the ground at one of its end. See figure below.
The rod starts horizontally with an ini
Work and Variable Forces Worksheet
PHYS 410
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1. One part of shock absorber in a car consists of a Hookes Law spring with k =
20.0 N/mm.
(a) How much work does the spring do on the car
Static Equilibrium Worksheet
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1. The 2.00 m long beam below has a cable attached at
its center of mass. The tension force in the cable is
1500 N. Find the mass of the beam an
Rotational Kinetic Energy Worksheet
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1. Find the moment of inertia values, for the three rigid bodies shown below. Assume the mass
of the connecting rods is negligible. The l
Rotational Quantities Worksheet
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1. A rigid body consists of two disks that are fastened to a thin rod as shown in the figure
below. At the instant shown, disk 1 has a tangen
Angular Momentum Worksheet
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1. The system in the figure to the right rotates about the z-axis with
angular velocity z . Find the system angular momentum in terms
of m and d.
Work Worksheet
PHYS 410
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1. In a automated assembly line, a machine applies a force on a 4.00 kg package of
Fby machine/on package = 2.00, 4.00, 6.00 N , moving it through a displacem
Conservation of Angular Momentum Worksheet
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1. In the figure on the left, a thin square plate with a mass of 2.00 kg is hinged to rotate around
the axis shown. The figure on
Momentum Conservation Worksheet
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1. A 5.00 g bullet with a speed of 600 m/s approaches a box with a mass of 2.00 kg. See
before figure below. The bullet bores through the box
Kinetic Energy and Work Worksheet
PHYS 410
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1. A ball with mass m is thrown upward with a speed of 15.0 m/s. Use the WorkKinetic Energy Theorem to find the maximum height of the ball.
Elastic Collisions Worksheet
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1. Two blocks are headed towards each other and have an elastic collision. See figures below.
300 g
v0 = ?
500 g
2.00 m/s
v=?
3.00 m/s
before
af
Energy and Momentum Worksheet
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1. A small ball of clay with mass m is tied to a string of length L which is held horizontal as
shown below. The ball is then released and coll
Elastic Potential Energy Worksheet
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1. In a pinball game, a spring with k = 250 N/m, is compressed 15.0 cm and used to launch a
0.500 kg ball, from rest, up a ramp as shown i
Energy Conservation Worksheet
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1. A 2.00 kg ball is launched upward from a height of 10.0 m above the ground with
a speed of 10.0 m/s. Take y = 0 to be at ground level.
(a) W
Inelastic Collisions Worksheet
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1. Two blocks collide and stick together as shown in the figures below.
300 g
1.00 m/s 2.00 m/s
M=?
1.00 m/s
before
after
(a) Find the unknown
Energy Loss Worksheet
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1. A 70.0 kg baseball player begins her slide 5.00 m from home plate. When she
reaches home plate, she has a speed of 1.00 m/s. If she started her slid
Two-Dimensional Momentum Conservation Worksheet
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1. A small car and an SUV have an inelastic collision where they stick together and move as
one unit after the collision. See
HW 2 Solutions
2.7.
(a) I DENTIFY :
Calculate the average velocity using Eq. (2.2).
x
S ET U P : vav-x =
so use x(t )
t
E XECUTE : t = 0 : x = 0
to find the displacement x for this time interval.
t =
Analytical Solution to Pb 1
The equations derived in class were for a CCW motion. In this problem, the rotation is CW so we
must derive a different set of equations. Lets define as the angle
B
measure
Free Body Diagrams and N3L Worksheet
PHYS 410
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Look at the two forces you identified in 1a on the worksheet Free Body Diagrams and
N2L. One of these forces is the normal force by the
Uniform Circular Motion Worksheet
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W ork out the answers on a separate sheet of paper and staple this sheet to the front before
you turn in your work. Dont forget to include
Tension Forces
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1. A woman pulls a strap fastened to a 5.00 kg suitcase. See figure below. When she pulls at an
angle of = 30.00, the suitcase starts from rest and moves 2.80
Vector Addition Worksheet
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W ork out the answers on a separate sheet of paper and staple this sheet to the front before
you turn in your work. Dont forget to include the name