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Mechanical Advantage
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on a separate sheet of paper. Write your answers in the spaces provided.
Problem
A wheelbar
CPS-A Final Exam Study Guide
1. Relate temperature of an object to the energy of the molecules in that object. Temp is the ave
KE of molecules of a substance; higher temp, more KE.
2. What are the three temperature scales used by scientists? Fahrenheit, C
CPS-A Final Exam Study Guide
1. Relate temperature of an object to the energy of the molecules in that object.
2. What are the three temperature scales used by scientists?
3. What is the formula for converting temperature from Fahrenheit to Celsius? Cover
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The worlds most powerful tugboats, which are built in Finland, are capable of providing
8.17 106 W of power. How much work does one of these tugboats do in 12.0 s?
1. List the given and unknown values.
Given:
power, P = 8
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A car has run out of gas.
Reading Guide Section 9.1
WORK, POWER & MECHANICAL ADVANTAGE
1. Define Work
2. How is work calculated? (explain in words)
3. What assumption does the book make about
Work?
4. Write the equation for Work.
5. Fill in the blanks: Work is done _ a
Force _ an
Power Lab Cover Sheet
Name _
Due:_
Date: _
PQ: How does weight affect power output when climbing stairs?
Materials: stopwatch, meter stick, 4 textbooks, scale, NOTE: Weight of 1 textbook = 5.22 N.
Procedure:
1. Determine your weight (in Newtons) using w=m
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Motion Lab
GROUP TASK
Select an independent variable and test its effect on speed, velocity or momentum,
ACCELERATION OR FORCE of moving objects.
EXPERIMENT REQUIREMENTS
a minimum of 4 different values for your indepen
Name _ Table # _ Date _ Momentum Lab
PQ: What is the effect of mass and velocity on the momentum of an object?
Which is more difficult to stop: a marble traveling .5 m/s or a bowling ball traveling .5 m/s? The bowling ball
is more difficult to stop becaus
Graphing Momentum Lab Data using Excel
1. Click on Insert; then select scatter; select a style; select select data.
2. Click add; click on the select range icon for series name; click on 2.00 cm displ column label in the second data table;
click on the se
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The Effect of Force
EXPERIMENT REQUIREMENTS
a minimum of 4 different values for your independent variable
a minimum of 3 trials with an average
REPORT REQUIREMENTS
This sheet must be the cover sheet
Full formal TYPED lab report
o D
Effect of Force Lab Follow-Up and Analysis questions.
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Newton discovered that the acceleration of an object is proportional to the
force applied to it and inversely proportional to the objects mass.
* Note: Force and Acceleration are each vector qua
1. Light travels at a speed of 3.0 x 108 m/s. If it takes light from the sun 9.0 x 102 s to reach
Earth, what is the distance between Earth and the sun?
2. Calculate the time in seconds an Olympic skater would take to finish a 15.1 km race at
an average v