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AP Physics 1 - Test 05 - Force and Motion Score:
1. A brick slides on a horizontal surface. Which of the following will increase the
magnitude of the frictional force on it?
w Putting a second brick on top FIR
Linear Momentum, Impulse & Conservation of Momentum
Conceptual Physics
Momentum: Momentum is inertia in motion, or mass in motion. Momentum is a characteristic of a
moving object that is equal to its mass times its velocity. Momentum is also called progre
AP Physics C
Calculating the Electric Field
1. What will be the magnitude and direction of the electric field at point P in each of the following diagrams?
1
Sample problem: A particle travels from A to B following the
function x(t) = 2.0 4t + 3t2 0.2t3.
a)
What are the functions for velocity and acceleration as a function
of time?
b)
What is the instantaneous acceleration at 6 seconds?
Sample problem: A parti
AP Physics 1
Projectiles
1. What is the acceleration of a projectile at the top of its flight?
2. True or false: When a bullet is fired horizontally, it takes the same amount of time to reach the ground as a bullet
dropped from rest from the same height.
AP Physics C
Motion of Point Charges in Electric Fields
1. An electron, starting from rest, is accelerated by a uniform electric field of 8 x104 N/C that extends over a distance of
5.0 cm. Find the speed of the electron after it leaves the region of unifo
AP Physics C
Motion in One Dimension
General Problems
1. True or false:
1
(a) The equation = 2 2 + 0 is valid for all particle motion in one dimension.
(b) If the velocity at a given instant is zero, the acceleration at that instant must also be zero.
(c)
AP Physics 1
Non-uniform Motion
1. The position of a particle between t = 0 and t = 2.00 s is given by x(t) = (3.00 m/s3)t3 (10.0 m/s2)t2 + (9.00 m/s)t.
a. Find the velocity and acceleration functions, v(t) and a(t).
b. Draw the x-t, v-t, and a-t graphs o
AP Physics C
Rules for Drawing Electric Field Lines
1. Electric field lines begin on positive charges (or at infinity) and end on negative charges (or at infinity).
2. The lines are drawn symmetrically entering or leaving an isolated charge.
3. The number
PHYSICS HOMEWORK #135
ELECTROSTATICS
CALCULATING THE ELECTRIC FIELD - GAUSSS LAW
1. A charge of Q = +25.0 mC is distributed evenly on the surface of a conducting sphere,
which has a radius of R = 5.0 cm;
a. What will be the charge density [s] on this surf
PhyzGuide: FIELDS
a side-by-side comparison of gravitational and electric fields
A field is a three-dimensional description of a certain region of space. A particular type of field provides a
description of how that particular quantity varies throughout s
AP Physics C
Motion of Point Charges in Electric Fields
1. An electron starts at the position shown in the figure with an initial speed v0 = 5 x 106 m/s at 45 to the x axis. The
electric field is in the positive y direction and has a magnitude of 3.5 x 10
AP Physics C
Oscillations
1. The figure shows two equal masses of 0.6 kg glued to each other and connected to a spring of spring constant k = 240
N/m. The masses, which rest on a frictionless horizontal surface, are displaced 0.6 m from their equilibrium
AP Physics C
Simple Harmonic Motion
1. The position of a particle is given by = (7 cm) cos(6), where t is in seconds. What is (a) the frequency (b) the
period (c) the amplitude of the particles motion? (d) What is the first time after t = 0 that the parti
AP Physics C
Object on a Vertical Spring
1. A spring of force constant k = 250 N/m is suspended from a rigid support. An object of mass 1 kg is attached to the
unstretched spring and the object is released from rest. (a) How far below the starting point i
AP Physics C
Free-Response Question
A 2 kilogram block is dropped from a height of 0.45 meter above an uncompressed spring, as shown above. The spring
has an elastic constant of 200 newtons per meter and negligible mass. The block strikes the end of the s
AP Physics C
Free-Response Question
A 5 kilogram block is fastened to a vertical spring that has a spring constant of 1,000 newtons per meter. A 3 kilogram
block rests on top of the 5 kilogram block, as shown above.
a. When the blocks are at rest, how muc
AP Physics C
The Electric Field
1. Two charges, each +4 C, are on the x axis, one at the origin and the other at x = 8 m. Find the electric field on the x
axis at (a) x = 2 m, (b) x = 2 m, (c) x = 6 m, and (d) x = 10 m. (e) At what point on the x axis is
AP Physics C
Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) chart
horizontal
mass-spring
d 2x
k
x
2
m
dt
d 2x
2 A cos t 2 x
2
dt
2
k
m
T 2
m
k
vertical
mass-spring
d2y
k
y
dt 2
m
d2y
2 A cos t 2 y
2
dt
2
k
m
T 2
m
k
simple pendulum
d 2
g
dt 2
L
d 2
2 A cos t 2
2
dt
2
AP Physics C
Coulombs Law
1. Two equal charges of 3.0 C are on the y axis, one at the origin and the other at y = 6 m. A third charge q3 = 2 C is
on the x axis at x = 8 m. Find the force on q3.
2. A charge of 5 C is on the y axis at y = 3 cm, and a second
Blackbody Radiation
Blackbody Radiation
A blackbody is a surface that
completely absorbs all incident radiation
Blackbody Radiation
A blackbody is a surface that
completely absorbs all incident radiation
emits radiation at the maximum possible monochro
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Algebra 2
Name
WS: Solving Absolute Value Equations
Period
For 1-2 decide whether the given number is a solution of the equation.
For 3-12 solve for x. Check for extraneous solution.
1) x 1 14; 13
2) 8 x 7;9
3) 9 x 54
4) 6 3k 21
5) 2 x 1 5
1
6) x 4 6
2
7)
13-2
1. groundwater would become nonrenewable when the water is contaminated or the water
is removed faster than it is replenished by the rainfall
2. Saudi Arabia obtain its drinking water by removing salt from seawater or pumping water
from aquifers
3. T