Goals for today:
1. Review: Class worksheet: Work and Energy and Quiz-12
2. Chapter 11: Temperature, Thermal Energy and Heat
Transforming Energy
The First Law of Thermodynamics
3. Simple Harmonic Moti
In Brief
Introduction
Syllabus
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You cannot teach anything;
You can only help people to find knowledge within
themselves.
-[paraphrase of] Galileo
Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) was an Ital
Goals for today
Physical quantities:
Position
Distance
Displacement
Speed and Velocity
Acceleration
Scalars and vectors Due 082917 Tuesday
A sense of scale: take home quiz
Significant figures
S
Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension
1. Describing Motion
2. Uniform Motion
using graphs and equations
Motion with constant velocity
3. Instantaneous Velocity
4. Acceleration
5. Motion with Constant Acce
Looking back: The Kinematics in one Dimension (1-D)
Motion with constant acceleration
2. Free Fall, along a vertical straight line
a x constant
(v y ) f (v y ) i gt
1
g ( t ) 2
2
(v y ) 2f (v y ) i2 2
Problem 60 in Ch.4: A heavy box is in the back of a truck. The
truck is accelerating to the right. Draw a motion diagram,
identify all forces acting on the box, and draw a free-body
diagram for the bo
Class worksheet: Kinematics in One Dimension
Problem 1. The Rogue River in Oregon is so rocky in spots that jet boats become a popular way for tourists
to see wild stretches of the river. A system of
Goals for today
1.Review: Basic concept of force
2. Free body diagram
3. Newtons second law and the third law
Thursday Quiz-4 for secs 1-5 in Chapter 4
Hand in
1. Student workbook
Chapter-3 13-19 and
Goals for today
1.Review: Kinematics in 1D, free fall and Quiz-2
2. Vectors: Basic concepts and applications
Addition, subtraction, multiplication and components
3. Motion on a ramp
4. Class worksheet
FINAL EXAM REVIEW - SOLOMONS - 10TH EDITION
CH. 16 - ALDEHYDES AND KETONES
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Professor Varnes
MuA 1500
22 October 2013
Review #1: Jacob Deaton and Julie Dexter
On Wednesday October 16, 2013, Julie Dexter and Jacob Deaton preformed at
Churchill Grounds. The d
Work and energy
in Joules (J)
1J=1Nm=1kgm2/s2
Work: W F/ d Fd cos
Kinetic energy:
Gravitational
potential energy:
(10.3)
Elastic
potential energy:
(10.4)
Emech K U g U s
W f k x E th
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1. Power: the
Energy in collisions
A perfectly elastic Collision
A perfectly Inelastic Collision
Momentum is conserved
Pf Pi
m1v1i m2v2i (m1 m2 )v1and 2 f
Kinetic energy is not conserved K f K i
v12 f
m v m2 v2i
1
Class worksheet: Momentum
1. The figure shows two blocks sliding on a frictionless surface. Eventually the smaller
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block catches up the larger one, collides with it, and sticks. What is the speed o
Goals for today:
1. Review: Work, Kinetic and Gravitational Potential energy
The law of Conservation of energy
2. Hints for test 3
3. Activity 9. Energy Skate Park Simulation
Before Friday:
Test 3: 04
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Extra Credit
1. Stephen Curry from the Golden State warriors is playing against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
If he passes the ball to Draymond Green on the other side of th
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Study guide for the Test 1
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How to represent motion using motion diagrams (constant speed, speeding, slowing).
Distance, displacement,
Quantum
Teleportation
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What is Quantum
Teleportation?
Definition-A
technique to instantly transfer
properties from one quantum system to another
without contact, or to t