Chapter 2
Describing Motion: Kinematics
in One Dimension
Introduction
Reference Frames and Displacement
Average Velocity
Instantaneous Velocity
Acceleration
Motion at Constant Acceleration
Falling Objects
Introduction
Motion is part of our dai ly life:
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Chapter 3
Kinematics in Two
Dimensions; Vectors
Vectors and Scalars
Addition of Vectors
Dimension)
Graphical Methods (One and Two-
Multiplication of a Vector by a Scalar
Subtraction of Vectors
Graphical Methods
Adding Vectors by Components
Projectile Moti
Chapter 3
Kinematics in Two
Dimensions; Vectors
Vectors and Scalars
Addition of Vectors
Dimension)
Graphical Methods (One and Two-
Multiplication of a Vector by a Scalar
Subtraction of Vectors
Graphical Methods
Adding Vectors by Components
Projectile Moti
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University of Regina
Department of Physics
PHYS 119: General Physics II
2015 Winter Semester
Assignment 4
Instructors: 003 and 002- Dr. O. Fasunwon, 001- Dr. P.-P. A. Ouimet.
For sections 001 to be handed in on Friday, February 5.
For section 002 to be
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University of Regina
Department of Physics
PHYS 119: General Physics II
2016 Winter Semester
Assignment 5
Instructors: 003 and 002- Dr. O. Fasunwon, 001- Dr. P.-P. A. Ouimet.
For sections 001 to be handed in on Friday, February 12.
For section 002 to be
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University of Regina
Department of Physics
PHYS 119: General Physics II
2014 Winter Semester
Assignment 1
Instructors: 003 & 002- Dr. O. Fasunwon, 001- Dr. P.-P. A. Ouimet.
To be handed in on Friday, January 17.
Please attempt all the problems and quest
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University of Regina
Department of Physics
PHYS 119: General Physics II
2014 Winter Semester
Assignment 5
Instructors: 003 & 002- Dr. O. Fasunwon, 001- Dr. P.-P. A. Ouimet.
To be handed in on Friday, February 14.
Please attempt all the problems and ques
3.3
Heat
We showed that the average translational kinetic energy of the molecules
in an ideal gas was related to there temperature. Now let us consider how
temperature and internal energy are related.
Internal energy U is the energy associated with the m
* While the first law of thermodynamics states that energy is conserved, not all processes that conserve energy occur in nature. Example: A hot object is placed in thermal contact with a cold object, heat flows spontaneously from hot to cold. The reverse
- An ideal gas is a gas in which the constituent molecules do not interact
with each other. The only exception to this is when molecules collide,
then they act in the same way as would billiard balls.
Note: All gasses can be considered ideal at su ciently
Chapter 3 Aspects of Thermodynamics
3.1 Temperature
Temperature is commonly associated with how hot or cold an object "feels" when we touch it. While our senses provide us with qualitative indications of temperature, they are unreliable and often misleadi
conducted is the total area of the six surfaces of the box and the length of the conducting material is the thickness of the styrofoam. We assume that all of the heat conducted into the box goes into melting the ice, and none into raising the temperature