How torque depends on the direction of the force
example 9
. How can the torque applied to the wrench in the figure be expressed in terms of r , |F |, and the angle between these two
vectors?
. The force vector and its F component form the hypotenuse
and
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PHYS 2211 Gravity, Friction, and Equilibrium
Pre-Lecture Worksheet
1. Which sections of your textbook discuss gravity? Read through these sections of your text after watching the
FlipIt pre-lecture videos.
2. Which sections of your textbook discuss fricti
PHYS 2211 Projectile Motion Pre-Lecture Worksheet
1. Which sections of your textbook discuss projectile motion?
2. What would you identify as two fundamental ideas of projectile motion?
3. Read through these sections of your text after watching the FlipIt
PHYS 2211 Newtons Laws and Forces
Pre-Lecture Worksheet
1. Which sections of your textbook discuss Newtons Laws of Motion? Read through these sections of your text
after watching the FlipIt pre-lecture videos.
2. What are the three variables in Newtons Se
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PHYS 2211 2-D Kinematics Pre-Lecture Worksheet
1. Which sections of your textbook discuss motion in two dimensions (this may also be labelled as kinematics in
two dimensions)? Dont worry for now about specific applications of two-dimensional motion such a
REPRESENTATIONS
OF
MOTION
MOTIONDIAGRAMS
Whichofthefollowingmotionsis
describedbythemotiondiagrambelow?
A. Aniceskaterglidingacrosstheice
B. Anairplanebrakingtoastopafterlanding
C. Acarpullingawayfromastopsign
Drawmotiondiagramsfortheother
scenarios:
A. A
PHYS 2211 Circular Motion and Rotational Kinematics
Pre-Lecture Worksheet
1. Which sections of your textbook discuss uniform circular motion? Read through these sections of your text after
watching the FlipIt pre-lecture videos.
2. How can an object movin
TORQUE
Do these forces exert the same torque?
=
DEFINITION
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= sin
=
LEVER ARM
The lever arm is the perpendicular
distance from the axis of rotation
to the line of action of the force.
LEVER ARM
line of action
The lever arm is the perpen
PHYS 2211 Angular Momentum Pre-Class Problems
1. An ice skater has a total mass 61 kg.
a. The ice skater initially has her arms extended. Assuming that each of her arms can be treated as rods 0.80 m
long and with 5.2% of the total mass, and that the rest
TWO-DIMENSIONAL
KINEMATICS
Continuing with our pre-lecture spaceship:
How far does the spaceship travel during
the 842 s its rockets are firing?
Recall that 0 = 5480 m/s, 0 = 0 m/s,
= 1.20 m/s2, and = 8.40 m/s2.
First, set up a nice table of knowns and
u
PHYS 2211 1-D Kinematics Pre-Lecture Worksheet
1. You should have your textbook by now. If not, it should at least be ordered and arriving soon!
a. What textbook, including edition and author, did you purchase?
b. Do you have the book? If so, great! If no
PHYS 2211 1-D Kinematics In-Class Worksheet
A typical jetliner lands at a speed of _ m/s. The plane travels at a constant speed for _ s before applying the
brakes. While the brakes are applied, the plane decelerates at _ m/s2.
How long does it take to fal
PHYS 2211 Tools of the Trade Pre-Lecture Worksheet
1. What do you think is the most interesting idea in Section 1.1 of Doing Physics?
2. What are some important suggestions in Section 1.4 of Doing Physics that you should remember and use?
3. Why are signi
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Principles of Physics II
Exam 3
06 Nov 2012
Instructions : Provide solutions to the following problems starting each on a new sheet of paper. You may
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Exam 1 Remediations
1. Physical dimensions and units
In the following set of expressions, x is a position, v is a velocity, is an acceleration,
and t represents time. What are the physical dimensions for each of the constants and
? Also, for each what are