Equations and constants
~ and magnitude = rF sin()
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You buy a 100 kg of Colby-Jack cheese at
Albertsons. The cheese is 45% Colby. In your
research, you have determined that the ideal
quesadilla is 30% Colby. How much Jack
cheese to you nee
P2 Week 9-10
Rotational motion and kinematic
equations
Reading: 9.1-9.3 and then 3.4
Circular motion: Summary of equations
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Rotational kinematics problems are very similar to
1D motion, but with several distinct differences
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rotations return to original
P2 Week 8
Relative Velocity and Dot Product
Sections 3.5 and 1.10
Dot Product aka Scaler Product
A) I understand dot products how to do
them and when to use them
l B) I understand dot products but never used
them in any physics problem
l C) I have not enc
P2 Week 8
Relative Velocity and Dot Product
Sections 3.5 and 1.10
Dot Product aka Scaler Product
A) I understand dot products how to do
them and when to use them
l B) I understand dot products but never used
them in any physics problem
l C) I have not enc
P2 Week 9-10
Rotational motion and kinematic
equations
Reading: 9.1-9.3 and then 3.4
Circular motion: using what you know
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Rotational kinematics problems are very similar to
1D motion, but with several distinct differences
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rotations return to original
P2-Week 7
Motion in Two Dimensions
Intermediate and Challenging
Problems
Challenging
Basic
Classification of 2D projectile motion problems:
(from basic to more challenging)
1. Flat ground, |vi|, specified ( or the components of initial
velocity)
2. Change
P2-Week 10
Integration
Integrals-Last Topic of Quarter
(Appendix B.7 of your text)
Topics:
1.Calculating definite integral
2.Integrals determine the area under curve
-Area under curve described by f(x) is
given by integral of f(x)
3. Calculating constant
P2-Week 7
Motion in Two Dimensions
Intermediate and Challenging
Problems
Challenging
Basic
Classification of 2D projectile motion problems:
(from basic to more challenging)
1. Flat ground, |vi|, specified ( or the components of initial
velocity)
2. Change
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Lenses
33.1 Thin Lenses
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