Selected Formulas
Circumference of a circle: C = 2R
Quadratic equation:
b b2 4ac
2
at + bt + c = 0 t =
2a
International System of
Unit of is the
length
meter (1 m)
time
second (1 s)
mass
kilogram (1 kg)
Some constants
Free fall acceleration
Gravitational
1) Objectives of the lab:
Investigate one type of motion (uniform motion) which does not use acceleration
Determine relationship between position and time for a body moving with constant velocity
Use mathematics with the data you collected to get the cons
Physics 196 Fall 2008
Test 1 - 120 points
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Circle the best answer. Or, put your calculation in the box provided. Watch your sig figs.
1) Three equal point charges are held in place. If F1 is the force on q due to Q1 and F2 is the force on q due to Q
Nana Mizuguchi, MD, and Terry McCurry, MD
CHAPTER 1
HAND AND WRIST ANATOMY
1. How often is the palmaris longus tendon present?
The palmaris longus tendon is present in the forearm of approximately 85% of individuals. It is
best found by opposing the thumb
Coulombs Law
Name
Class
Student Activity
Open the TI-Nspire document Coulombs_Law.tns.
All matter is composed of charged particles. Charges come in two
varieties: positive and negative. Many basic properties of matter
result from the interactions and forc
KINESIOLOGY
HAY 519
GONIOMETERS
12 inch
360
8 inch
6 inch
for smaller joints
INTRODUCTION
Kines - to move
Ology - to study
Kinesiology = the study of
movement
What do we need to know to
study human movement?
INTRODUCTION
Anatomy
Structure
Funct
Chapter 17
Electric Charge and Electric Field
Two kinds of charges: positive and
negative
Two charges of the same kind
REPEL each other
Two charges of different kinds
ATTRACT each other
Coulombs Law
The magnitude F of the force that each of
two point c
Muscle Terminology
Intrinsic - pertaining usually to
muscles within or belonging
solely to body part upon which
they act
Ex. small intrinsic muscles found
entirely within the hand or feet
Muscle Terminology
Extrinsic - pertaining usually to muscles
tha
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0efine the parameters
m1=0.2;
m2=1;
m3=5;
alp=2;
A=1;
w=pi/12;
z10=1;
z20=0;
z30=2;
z40=2;
z50=3;
z60=0;
y0=[z10 z20 z30 z40
to
PHYZOSB SummerA 2011 — EXAMLII Dr. Darici
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1. A 53 kg mass is connected to a nail on a frictionlessgtﬁhle by a (massless) string of
length 1.3 m. If the tension in the string is 51 N while the nias
PART III 1cm M N [9° 0k
6. Calculate the net torque about point 0 for the two forces applied as shown in the g
figure. The rod and both forces are in the plane of the page. @A mass of 395 g hangs from one end of a string that goes over a pulley with a@
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6. Calculate the net torque about point 0 for the two forces applied as shown in the \
figure. The rod and both forces are in the plane of the page. '6 WWW
3. Find the linear accelerations of blocks A and B, the angular acce eratio
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27. (a) In the region
a gaussian surface would enclose no charge. Thus, due to the spherical
0 r r1 ,
symmetry, we have the following.
r r
Q
2
EgdA E 4 r encl 0 E 0
0
(b) In the region
r1 r r2 ,
only the charge on the inner shell will be enclosed.
r r
Qe
Potential Energy and Energy
Conservation
When a diver jumps off a high board into a swimming pool, she hits the water moving pretty fast,
with a lot of kinetic energyenergy of motion.
o Kinetic energy increases by an amount equal to work.
Potential energy
Work and Kinetic Energy
The importance of the energy idea stems from the principle of conversation of energy:
o Energy is a quantity that can be converted from one form to another but cannot be created
or destroyed.
Kinetic energy is the energy of motion;
Applying Newtons Laws
5.1 Using Newtons First Law: Particles in Equilibrium
A body is in equilibrium when it is at rest or moving with constant velocity in an inertial frame of
reference.
5.2 Using Newtons Second Law: Dynamics of Particles
Dynamics uses N
Ch 22 HW
Due: 11:59pm on Saturday, January 30, 2016
You will receive no credit for items you complete after the assignment is due. Grading Policy
Gauss's Law
Learning Goal:
To understand the meaning of the variables in Gauss's law, and the conditions unde
PHYS 4134, Fall 2015, Homework #7
Due Wednesday, November 4, at 4:00 pm
1. Cosmic Rays (and Cancer! Yeah!)
The flux of cosmic ray muons (+ and ) at sea level is roughly 1 min1cm2. The average
energy of these muons is 4 GeV/c. We are going to calculate the
Motion in Two or Three
Dimensions
3.1 POSITION AND VELOCITY VECTORS
r
, of the particle at this
If a particle is at point P at a certain instant, the position vector,
instant is a vector that goes from the origin of the coordinate system to P.
o The Cart
Chapter 26: Magnetism: Force and Field
Magnetism
Magnets
Magnetism
Magnetic
forces
Magnetism
Magnetic
field of Earth
Magnetism
Magnetic
monopoles?
Perhaps there exist magnetic charges, just like electric charges.
Such an entity would be called a magne
Class Problem
For this problem, the sign of the charge can be determined using the right/left hand rule and see
which one would demonstrate the trajectory of the ion after it leaves the plates. The ion must be
of a negative charge because using the left-h
Friday Homework: 3.22.13
Due 3.25.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1.) For the following circuit, explain what happens to the light bulb as a function of time after the switch
is closed, both in terms of the bulbs appearance and in te
Thursday Homework: 3.8.13
Due 3.18.12
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. Two large, parallel, metal sheets carrying opposite electric charges of equal magnitude are
separated by a distance of 35.0 mm. The electric field between them is
Friday Homework: 3.01.13
Due 3.08.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. Cathode-ray tubes (CRTs) are often found in oscilloscopes and computer monitors. In
the figure an electron with an initial speed of 6.50 x 106 m/s is projected alon
Friday Homework: 2.8.13
Due 2.15.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1. Consider the circuit shown in the figure. The current through the 6.00- resistor is
4.00 A, in the direction shown. What are the currents through the 25.0- and 20.0-
Friday Homework: 1.25.13
Due 2.1.13
Please write out clear solutions for each problem.
1.
Do not do part b.
2.
3. Three point charges are arranged along the x-axis. Charge q1=+3.00 C is at the origin,
and charge q2= -5.00 C is at x=0.200 m. Charge q3= -8.