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Quiz, Jan. 14, 2011
1) Convert 50 km/h to:
a) miles per hour (mi/h)
b) meters per second (m/s)
Clue: 1 mile = 1.609 km
50km 1mi = 31.1mi / h
1hr 1.609km
a)
50km 1hr 1000m = 13.9m / s
1hr 3600s 1km
b)
2) Th

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Quiz, Feb. 2, 2011
1) A ball is thrown upward at a speed v0 at an angle of 60o above the horizontal. It reaches a
maximum height of 5.5 m. How high would this ball go if it were thrown straight upward at the
same

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Midterm exam 1, Feb. 11, 2011, Chapters 1-3
1) (2 points) An object is moving along the x axis. The graph shows its position from the starting
point as a function of time. Various segments of the graph are identif

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Requirements
Content
Part 3: Requirements and Submission Information
(see Schedule for due date)
Part 3 Instructions document in module table of contents gives details on how to create the
database, tables, and queries and how to submit the datab

PHY2053 RECITATIONS, SPRING 2011
Recitation 1 (Chapter 1) Jan 17-21
Ch. 1 # 15. The corners of a square lie on a circle of diameter D = 0.35 m. The side of the square has a
length L. Find L.
REASONING: Using the Pythagorean theorem (Equation 1.7), we find

Cutnell/Johnson
Physics 8th edition
Classroom Response System Questions
Chapter 5 Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion
Interactive Lecture Questions
5.1.1. An airplane flying at 115 m/s due east makes a gradual turn while maintaining its speed
and follows

Sep. 2 (Chapter 3) Preliminary Notes
Start Chapter 3: 3.1-3.2 or 3.3
A Top 10 List.
A couple of demonstrations.
Reminders:
Read the syllabus (available online) and sign and return
your student contracts (also online).
Register your iClickers with your N

Chapter 2
Data, Databases, and the Database Environment
Database Characteristics
Ordered
collections
Contain related or
linked data
elements
Designed for
specific
information needs
Shared
Data Access Operations
Only four!
Insert (Create or Add new records

Chapter 1
Introduction
Role of Data and Databases
Database is an ordered collection of related data elements intended to
meet the information needs of an organization and designed to be
shared by multiple users (textbook, pg 2)
Purpose of a database: Abil

Cutnell/Johnson
Physics 8th edition
Classroom Response System Questions
Chapter 4 Forces and Newton s Laws of Motion
Interactive Lecture Questions
u
r
4.11.3. A team of dogs pulls a sled of mass 2m with a constant force . A second sled of P
mass m is atta

PHYSICS, Part I
PHY 2053C, SECTION 0001; MoWeFr 3:30- 4:20 PM
MAP 260
Instructor: Suren A. Tatulian
Associate Professor
Dept. of Physics
University of Central Florida
Office: Physical Sciences, Room 456
Office hrs.: MoWeFr 10:30-11:30 AM or by
appointment

Chapter 2: Kinematics In One Dimension
1. Displacement
2. Speed and Velocity
3. Average Velocity
4. Instantaneous Velocity
5. Average and Instantaneous Acceleration
6. Equations of Kinematics for Constant Acceleration
7. Applications of the Equations of K

PHYSICS, Part I
Chapter 3: Kinematics in Two Dimensions
Displacement, Velocity and Acceleration
Equations of Kinematics in Two Dimensions
Projectile Motion
Relative Velocity in Two Dimensions
Velocity in Two Dimensions (or in a Plane)
Lets consider differ

COLLEGE PHYSICS, Part I
Chapter 6: Work and Energy
Work Done by a Constant Force
The Work-Energy Theorem and Kinetic Energy
Gravitational Potential Energy
Conservative and Nonconservative Forces
The Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Nonconservative Forces

COLLEGE PHYSICS, Part I
Chapter 6: Work and Energy
Work Done by a Constant Force
The Work-Energy Theorem and Kinetic Energy
Gravitational Potential Energy
Conservative and Nonconservative Forces
The Conservation of Mechanical Energy
Nonconservative Forces

COLLEGE PHYSICS, Part I
Chapter 7: Impulse and Momentum
Conservation of Linear Momentum
Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
Impulse
Center of Mass
Momentum
When a particle of mass m moves with velocity v, its
momentum p is defined as follows:
r
r
p = mv
Mome

COLLEGE PHYSICS, Part I
Chapter 7: Impulse and Momentum
Conservation of Linear Momentum
Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
Impulse
Center of Mass
Momentum
When a particle of mass m moves with velocity v, its
momentum p is defined as follows:
r
r
p = mv
Mome

Equations from Chapter 5 (Uniform Circular Motion)
arad =
v=
v2
R
2 R
T
arad =
4 2 R
T2
Frad = m
Frad
For satellite motion:
Frad =
4 2 R
=m 2
T
mv 2
mm
=G 2E
r
r
v=
where
v2
R
GmE
r
mE is the Earths mass (for another planet, that would be the planets mass

Cutnell/Johnson
Physics 8th edition
Classroom Response System Questions
Chapter 3 Kinematics in Two Dimensions
Interactive Lecture Questions
3.3.1. A bicyclist is riding at a constant speed along a horizontal, straight-line path. The rider
throws a ball s

Cutnell/Johnson
Physics 8th edition
Classroom Response System Questions
Chapter 2 Kinematics in One Dimension
Interactive Lecture Questions
2.7.3. Consider the graph the
position versus time
graph shown. Which
curve on the graph best
represents a constant

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Quiz, Jan. 26, 2011
1) A woman and her dog are out for a morning run to the river, which is 3.0 km away. The woman
runs at 2.0 m/s in a straight line. The dog is unleashed and runs back and forth at 4.0 m/s
between

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Midterm exam 2, March 23, 2011, Chapters 4-7
1) (2 points) A sled with people is sliding down the hill, as shown in Figure 1. The total weight of
the sled and people in it is w = 250 N, the slope angle is = 35o, a

Equations from Chapter 4
r
r
F
F
x
= max
y
= ma y
F = ma
1N = 1kg m / s 2
w = mg
f k = k n
f s ,max = s n
(w is the weight, m the mass, and on the earths surface g = 9.8 m/s2)
(fk is the kinetic friction force, k the coefficient of kinetic friction, n th

Equations from Chapter 7 (Impulse and Momentum)
Momentum:
p = mv
p = 2mK
F =
For constant acceleration, or constant force)
p
t
pi = p f
In an isolated system, the momentum is conserved:
Inelastic collision (for vB,i,x = 0):
Elastic collision (for vB,i,x

vx = v0 x ,
(3.16)
x = x0 + v0 xt ,
(3.17)
v y = v0 y gt ,
(3.18)
1
y = y0 + v0 yt gt 2
2
(3.19)
For x0 = y0 = 0:
x = (v0 cos 0 )t
1
y = (v0 sin 0 )t gt 2
2
vx = v0 cos 0
(3.20)
(3.21)
(3.22)
v y = v0 sin 0 gt
(3.23)
2
g
y = (tan 0 ) x 2
x
2
2v0 cos 0
(

vx = v0 x ,
(3.16)
x = x0 + v0 xt ,
(3.17)
v y = v0 y gt ,
(3.18)
1
y = y0 + v0 yt gt 2
2
(3.19)
For x0 = y0 = 0:
x = (v0 cos 0 )t
1
y = (v0 sin 0 )t gt 2
2
vx = v0 cos 0
(3.20)
(3.21)
(3.22)
v y = v0 sin 0 gt
(3.23)
2
g
y = (tan 0 ) x 2
x
2
2v0 cos 0
(

PHYSICS Part 1
Equations from Chapter 2:
ax =
vx v0 x
t 0
(2.5)
vx = v0 x + ax t
(2.6)
1
x = x0 + v0 x t + ax t 2
2
(2.10)
2
2
vx = v0 x + 2ax ( x x0 )
x x0 =
v0 x + vx
t
2
(2.13)
(2.14)

Chapter 4
Forces and Newtons
Laws of Motion
4.1 The Concepts of Force and Mass
A force is a push or a pull.
Contact forces arise from physical
contact .
Action-at-a-distance forces do not
require contact and include gravity
and electrical forces.
4.1 The