Phys 102 Bill's Keys to Success- Chapter 2
Newtons Laws and Gravity
Summary of Important Equations Chapter 2
Motion under constant acceleration: d = vot + V; at2 and vi: vo + at
Newtons 2"d Law: F = ma
Weight and Mass: W = mg
Law of Universal Gravitation:
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1 A white object reflects virtually all the light that strikes it. Why, then, can you not see your own
image (reflection) in a piece of white paper?
a.
the incident light rays undergo diffuse
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1 What does the statement "A thermometer is a molecular speedometer" suggest about
temperature?
a. molecules are always moving, even at a temperature of absolute zero
b.
molecules stop moving
Explanation of Archimedes Principle and Exercise Questions
From the information in the textbook (and knowing that weight = mass x g from Chapter
2) we know that:
=
Fb D W ( of displaced fluid ) V ( of displaced fluid ) (eqn. 1)
Wt. ( of displaced fluid )
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1 If a large bar magnet is cut in half, each half will
a. contain a South pole only
b. contain both a North and South pole
c. contain no poles
d. either contain a North pole only or contain a
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1 An atom usually has a net electric charge of zero, which means it must have
a. an equal number of electrons and neutrons
b. an equal number of protons, neutrons, and electrons
c. none of the
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Module 8 - Experiment 2 - Refraction (Lab)
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Part I: Light Beams
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Running head: SHELL MODEL CASE STUDY
Shell Model Case Study
John Tan
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Author Note
This paper was prepared for SFTY 320, Human Factors in Aviation Safety,
taught by Professor Dinesh Jeganathan.
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SHELL MODEL CASE STUDY
2
StatCrunch Assignment 2
First save this file to your computer. Answer each of the following questions, then resave the file
along with your answers and turn it in using the assignment link in Module 3, Activity 4. the first
four problems are worth 10 poin
StatCrunch
Assignment 1 Part B (1B)
This page explains the assignment. The questions you need to answer are on the next
page.
A key part of research involves formulating interesting questions and then developing a
methodology and collecting appropriate da
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Mr Ang Tiong Kiow
SFTY335: Mech/Struc Factors Aviation Safety
Case Study Analysis 2.5: Aloha Airlines Flight 243
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Alex Ong (2414301)
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Case Study Analys
Xu Xuehan
2408306
Mr Ang Tiong Kiow
SFTY335: Mech/Struc Factors Aviation Safety
Case Study Analysis 2.5: Aloha Airlines Flight 243
Ng Hong Wei (2405765)
Alex Ong (2414301)
Xu Xuehan (2408306)
Nicholas Goh (2392841)
Vernetta Gan (2413173)
1
Background
The
StatCrunch
StatCrunch Assignment 3
In this assignment, you will use the
StatCrunch U data set that you
developed in Module 2 as part of the
first StatCrunch assignment.
As you did in StatCrunch Assignment
1B, look at the items in the
StatCrunch U survey a
Sampling Activity Worksheet
The easiest way to proceed from here is to use the Sampling Activity Worksheet shown below to
record the ID numbers of the students in your random sample. Print this page, then go through
your sample and record the numbers.
Wri
2/26/2017 Practice Another Version
1- Ch 7 HW#5 .
All of the electrical outlets in a room are connected in a single parallel circuit. The circuit is equipped with a 20 A fuse, and
the voltage is V = 220 V.
ZOA fuse
(a) What is the maximum total power th
2/11/2017 Practice Another Version
1- Ch 5 HW#6
A 0.06-kg lead bullet traveling 286 m/s strikes an armor plate and comes to a stop. If all of the bullet's energy is
converted to heat that it alone absorbs, what is its temperature change?
3"
Example Proble
2/8/2017 Practice Another Version
1- Ch 5 HW#4 .
Air in a balloon does 28 J of work while absorbing 99 J of heat. What is its change in internal energy?
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Example Problem Statement: Air in a balloon does 31 J of work while absorbing 96] of heat. What i
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1 What does the statement "A th