Unit 4: Motion & Forces Study Guide ESPS
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1._The distance traveled by an object divided by the time it takes to travel that distance is
called
2._On a distance vs. time graph, the line of an object at rest is a
3._The difference b
Physics: Chapter 2 Practice Test
Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
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1. Which of the following is the equation for average velocity?
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c. v = xt
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EXAM 2 REVIEW
1. Which of the following quantities is NOT a vector?
A) Mass
B) Displacement
C) Weight
D) Acceleration
E) Force
Ans: A
2. The standard 1-kg mass is attached to a compressed spring and the spring is released. If the
mass initially has an acc
General Physics with
(c) 25 ms
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(d) 30 ms
7.If the graph above is a velocity(ms
Calculus I
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between 6 s and 8 s the motion represented has:
(a) Positive acceleration and is backwards.
Home Work-2 (Level-1)
(b) Positive acceleratio
DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS PROBLEMS
1 hr = 60 min
1 min = 60 sec
1 ton = 2000 lbs
7 days = 1 week
24 hrs = 1 day
1 kg = 2.2 lbs
1 gal = 3.79 L
264.2 gal = 1 cubic meter
1 mi = 5,280 ft
1 kg = 1000 g
1 lb = 16 oz
20 drops = 1 mL
365 days = 1 yr
52 weeks = 1 yr
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MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. Which of these are fundamental physical quantities?
a. space, time, and matter
b. kilograms, seconds, and meters
c. length, time, and mass
d. momentum, energy, and mass
2. What is the proper abbreviation for kilohertz?
a. kh
b. khz
c. K
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Dimensional Analysis Worksheet
Set up and solve the following using dimensional analysis.
1 mile = 5,280 ft
1 inch = 2.54 cm
3 feet = 1 yard
454 g = 1lb
946 mL = 1 qt
4 qt = 1 gal
1) 5,400 inches to miles
2) 16 weeks to second
Graphs of Motion The Physics Hypertextbook
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Graphs Of Motion
Discussion
introduction
Why are there so many equations in this book? Why can't physicists be content with the written word like everyone
else? Wouldn't it be easier just to spea
Application of Dimensions -Study Material for IIT JEE | askIITians
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Home Study Material IIT JEE Physics General Physics Applications of Dimensions
Applications of Dimensions
Kinematics &
Rotational Motion
The physical quantities those can b
On Dimensional Analysis, Redundancy in set of
fundamental quantities and Proposal of a New Set
Mohd Abubakr,
Microsoft R & D, Hyderabad,
Email: mohdabubakr@gmail.com
ABSTRACT
Inclusion of redundant fundamental quantities in SI system has resulted in lot o
WORKSHEET 1
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WORKSHEET 1: 1-Dimensional Motion
QUESTION 1: Here are three pairs of initial and final positions, respectively, along the x-axis. Which pairs
give a negative displacement?
(a) 3 m, +5 m: Dx = +5 m (-3 m) = +5 m + 3 m = +8 m
(
S1a: Hookes Law & Simple Harmonic Motion
Introduction:
This experiment examines two related ideas. Hookes law relates the force that a spring
exerts on a body to the stretch of the spring. This relationship between stress (the force applied to a
spring) a
Lab Experiment Ballistic Pendulum
Our objective is to measure the conversion of Kinetic Energy to Thermal Energy using the
principles of conservation of momentum and conservation of energy.
Equipment used includes 1 Projectile Launcher, 1 large C-Clamp, 1
Circular Motion Lab
Objectives: Determine the relationship between linear velocity, centripetal force, and acceleration
Equipment: Stopwatch, setup, washers.
Methods:
1. Sketch the setup. Label the radius, Tension, Mass of stopper m, washer mass M.
2. Mea
Lab Partners: Will Griffin, Alexander Fernandez
Date of Experiment: May 11th, 2016
Experiment Measurement Error (Bounds)
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment is to use our equipment to investigate measurement error
using bounds.
Materials
1 rectangular
LABORATORY PROCEDURES
Laboratory Policies:
I want one report per group.
No food or drinks are allowed in the laboratory. This policy is for your
safety and the safety of the equipment.
Lab reports are due at the beginning of class one week after the as
Experiment: Local Gravitational Acceleration Constant
Date: 5/24/2016
Taylor Veneza
Alexander Fernandez
Juan Pablo
Local Gravitational Acceleration Constant
PART I
Purpose:
The purpose of this experiment was to acquire the skill to detect systematic error
Experiment: Local Gravitational Accel. Constant Name:
Date: 9/29/2010 Lab Partners:
Experiment: Local Gravitational Acceleration Constant
Purpose
The purpose of this experiment is to use our equipment to determine the local gravitational constant (g)
whic
HW on 3. Newtons Law
1. The "reaction" force does not cancel the "action" force because:
a) the action force is greater than the reaction force
b) they act on different bodies
c) they are in the same direction
d) the reaction force exists only after the a
EXPERIMENT 8: BALLISTIC PENDULUM
Objective:
To use a ballistic pendulum to determine the velocity of a projectile. To verify this velocity by
measuring the range of the projectile.
Experiment:
1.
We use measurements obtained from a ballistic pendulum to r
LAB 07A/B
PART A
Hookes Law Stretch a Spring
(Force Sensor, Rotary Motion Sensor)
Mechanics: Hookes Law
DataStudio file: 07A Hookes Law.ds
Equipment List
Qty
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Items
PASCO Interface (for two sensors)
Force Sensor
Rotary Motion Sensor
Large