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Waves and Sound Review- AP Physics 1
1. The following shows a beat pattern produced by two similar frequency sounds. If the frequency ofone sound is
530 Hz and the total time on the graph is 0.40 5. What are the two possible value
DO NOW: Get Out Homework and Notes
1. What happens to the
man and the bullet in
this case?
2. What was his
momentum before
shooting the gun?
3. How is momentum
conserved?
Conservation of Momentum
In a system, the momentum of the individual
components may
Momentum
We know when calculating linear momentum (p), it equal to _ with units of _
Momentum is a vector quantity. This means that up and to the right are _ while down and to
the left is _.
If you want to change the momentum of an object, there must be a
AP Physics I: Rotational Kinematics
Displacement
Linear
r
s
Rotational
Symbol
Unit
Symbol
x,y,s
meters (m)
Unit
Linear/Angular Bridge:
Velocity
vt
Linear
Rotational
Definitio
n
Symbol
Unit
x/t
v
m/s
Definition
Symbol
Unit
Frequency and
Angular Velocity:
L
AP Physics I
Torque and Equilibrium
1. What is the definition of torque ()?
2. Torque is a _quantity which means it has magnitude and direction.
3. The formula for calculating torque is as follows:
The moment/lever arm is the distance between where the fo
Quantity or
Description
position
displacement
Linear
Rotational (Angular)
x (or y)
q
Dx (straight line)
s (arc length)
Dq
sometimes
delta not shown
Bridge
s = rDq
1 revolution=360=2 rad
velocity
v = x/t
w=/t
v = rw
acceleration
a=v/t
a=/t
a = ra
centripet
Name _Period_ Date _
AP Physics 1: Simple Harmonic Motion Concepts
1. Is the acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator ever zero? If so, where?
2. If a pendulum clock is accurate at sea level, is it accurate when taken to high altitude? Why or
why not?
AP Physics I
Torque and Equilibrium
Tips for solving torque/equilibrium problems
1. Draw a free body or force diagram and clearly label all forces.
2. For a uniform mass distribution, the weight is located at the center of mass/gravity
geometric center o
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Waves and Sound Review - AP Physics 1
1. The following shows a beat pattern produced by two similar frequency sounds. If the frequency of one sound is
530 Hz and the total time on the graph is 0.40 s. What are the two possible values of
AP Physics 1 Waves Review
IMPORTANT EQUATIONS
Name
Relationship between frequency,
wavelength, and velocity of a wave.
Intensity of sound from a source.
Beat frequency
Equation
v f
I
P
P
A 4r 2
f B f 2 f1
Given?
Notes
Yes
No
No
Beats are heard when two to
AP Physics 1- Jumping Toy Lab
Raahul Marreddy
Purpose: The Purpose of this lab is to determine the spring constant and the speed with which
the toy leaves the table
Equipment: Jumping toy, ruler/meter stick, balance, goggles
Procedure:
1. Using the given
Whats the Coefficient? Lab
Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to design an experiment that would allow us to determine
the coefficient of kinetic friction between two surfaces, a box and a tabletop
Equipment for Experiment 1:
- Box
- String
- Pendulum w
Mrs Hlebinsky
Ap Physics I
7 February 2016
AP Physics I Conservation of Energy Lab
Purpose:
The Purpose of this lab is to determine whether the carts mechanical energy is
conserved as it travels down the the ramp, and also to prove that no energy can be c
AP Physics I Mechanical Waves Mini-Lab
Purpose: The goal of this activity is to measure the speed of mechanical waves and determine
what factors influence the speed
Equipment- Slinky, Snakey, meterstick, stopwatch, string, chalk, microphone, logger pro, t
September 28,2015
First Day on the Job
Dear Hugo,
I have finally figured out the problem! The first piece of crucial information that
was definitely needed to start this investigation was the speed limit in the alley, which was
twenty kilometers per hour.
Density Determinations
Objective: Determine the densities of an irregularly shaped solid, pure liquid, and solutions.
Data: Density of Copper Pellets
Mass of Copper Pellets
50.410 g
Initial Water Level
48.5 mL
Final Water Level
54.0 mL
Calculated Density
October 12, 2015
Galileos Theory Confirmed
Question: The question that needs to be addressed in this lab is, what is the acceleration of
the heavy mass while moving down towards the ground and from that whether or not the object
accelerates at a constant
September 28,2015
First Day on the Job
Dear Hugo,
I have finally figured out the problem! The first piece of crucial information that
was definitely needed to start this investigation was the speed limit in the alley, which was
twenty kilometers per hour.
AP Physics I Mechanical Waves Mini-Lab
Purpose: The goal of this activity is to measure the speed of mechanical waves and determine
what factors influence the speed
Equipment- Slinky, Snakey, meterstick, stopwatch, string, chalk, microphone, logger pro, t
Whats the Coefficient? Lab
Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to design an experiment that would allow us to determine
the coefficient of kinetic friction between two surfaces, a box and a tabletop
Equipment for Experiment 1:
- Box
- String
- Pendulum w
Volumetric Glassware
Objective: Explore the various types of volumetric glassware, their degrees of precision,
and appropriate uses for a graduated cylinder, a pipet, and a buret
Data:
PART A
PART B
Grad Cylinder 1
70.0mL
Mass of 150 mL Beaker
84.560g
Gra
October 12, 2015
Galileos Theory Confirmed
Question: The question that needs to be addressed in this lab is, what is the acceleration of
the heavy mass while moving down towards the ground and from that whether or not the object
accelerates at a constant
Mrs Hlebinsky
Ap Physics I
7 February 2016
AP Physics I Conservation of Energy Lab
Purpose:
The Purpose of this lab is to determine whether the carts mechanical energy is
conserved as it travels down the the ramp, and also to prove that no energy can be c
October 13, 2016
Lab 11
Stoichiometric Determinations
Objective: The calculate the proportions by mass in which H
ydrochloric (HCl) acid reacts with
sodium hydroxide (NaOH).
Measured Data:
mL 1.0 M of HCl
Moles of HCl
mL 1.0 M of
NaOH
Moles of NaOH
Tempe