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Horizontal Forces
001 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points
A(n) 0.679 kg o
Sample Questions for Physics C: Mechanics
Physics C: Mechanics Sample Multiple-Choice Questions
Most of the following sample questions have appeared in past exams. The answers are on
page 66. Additional questions can be found in the 2009 AP Physics B and
Chapter 9
Linear Momentum and Collisions
Multiple Choice
1.
A2000kgtrucktravelingataspeedof6.0m/smakesa90 turninatimeof4.0sand
emergesfromthisturnwithaspeedof4.0m/s.Whatisthemagnitudeoftheaverage
resultantforceonthetruckduringthisturn?
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
2.
ProjectileMotion
AP Physics C
Whatisprojectile?
Projectile -Any object which projected by some
means and continues to move due to its own
inertia (mass).
ProjectilesmoveinTWOdimensions
Since a projectile
moves in 2dimensions, it
therefore has 2
components
RELEASED EXAMS
1998 AP Physics B and Physics C
Contains:
Multiple-Choice Questions and Answer Key
Free-Response Questions, Scoring Guidelines, and
Sample Student Responses and Commentary
Statistical Information About Student Performance on
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Relative Motion
AP Physics C
Mrs. Coyle
Relative Velocity
Velocity of A relative to B:
VAB= VAG - VBG
vAB is the velocity of A with respect to B
vBG is the velocity of B with respect to a
reference frame (example: the ground)
vAG is the velocity of A with
TABLE OF INFORMATION FOR 2006 and 2007
CONSTANTS AND CONVERSION FACTORS
UNITS
1u
1 unified atomic mass unit,
1.66
27
10
kg
931 MeV c 2
kg
kilogram
kg
second
ampere
Neutron mass,
mn
1.67
10
27
Electron mass,
me
9.11 10
31
Electron charge magitude,
Avogadro
THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK THE STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ALBANY, NY 12234
2002 Edition
Reference Tables for Physical Setting/ Physics
List of Physical Constants
Name Symbol G g c Value 6.67 1011 Nm2/kg2 9.81 m/s2 3.00 108 m/s 3.31 102 m/s 5.
AP Physics
Practice Test:
Impulse, Momentum
This test covers momentum, impulse, conservation of momentum, elastic collisions, inelastic collisions,
perfectly inelastic collisions, 2-D collisions, and center-of-mass, with some problems requiring a knowledg
Chapter 10: Rotations
Example Problems
s = r
v = r
= o + t
1
= o t + 2 t 2
I = Icm + Mh2
= r^F = rFsin
at = r
2
2 = o + 2
net
=I
ar =
v2
r
= 2r
=1 (o + )t
2
1
Wrot =K rot = 2 I 2 - 2 I o
f 12
Example 10.1
a.
A bicycle odometer (which measures distan
Chapter 11
Angular Momentum
Multiple Choice
1.
r
r
Twovectorslyinginthexyplanearegivenbytheequations A =5$+2$ and B=2$ - 3$
i
j
i
j
r r
.Thevalueof A B is
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
2.
$
19 k
$
11 k
$
19 k
$
11 k
10 $ - $
i j
r
$
Twovectorslyinginthexzplanearegivenby
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Which of the two object s
Physics 151: Lecture 21
Todays Agenda
Topics
Moments of Inertia
Torque
Ch. 10.5
Ch. 10.6, 10.7
Physics 151: Lecture 21, Pg 1
Lecture 22, ACT 1
Rotational Definitions
Your goofy friend likes to talk in physics speak. She
sees a disk spinning and says ooh,
AP Physics C
Rotational Physics
Free Response Problems
1. A very light cotton tape is wrapped around the outside surface of a uniform cylinder of mass M
and radius R. The free end of the tape is attached to the ceiling. The cylinder is released form
rest
Name
Physics Honors Pd
Impulse and Momentum Worksheet 1:
Impulse and Change in Momentum
Questions 1 and 2 refer to the motion of a baseball.
1.a. While being thrown, a net force of 132 N acts on a baseball (mass = 140g) for a period of 4.5x10 2
s
What is
AP Physics C
Momentum
Free Response Problems
1. A bullet of mass m moves at a velocity v0 and collides with a stationary block of mass M
and length L. The bullet emerges from the block with a velocity of v0/3. Assuming the
friction between the block and t
Home Work Problems and Solutions: 1-6
1.1 At the instant of Fig. 11-42, a 2.0 kg particle P has a position vector of magnitude
3.0 m and angle 1= 45 and a velocity vector of magnitude 4.0 m/s and angle 2
30. Force of magnitude 2.0 N and angle 3 =30, acts
Potential Energy Curve Example
The figure below shows a plot of potential energy U versusposition x of a 1.32 kg particlethat
can travel only along an x axis. (Nonconservativeforces are not involved.) In the graphs, the
potential energies areU1 = 25 J,U2
Chapter 6 P23
Physics 210 Problems - My Solutions
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THEPROBLEMSTATEMENT
Ch 6 23 A 45.0-kg girl is standing on a 150-kg plank.
PHYSICS 1, CHAPTER 4
ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS
1. A force in the negative direction of an x axis is applied for 27 ms to a 0.40 kg ball initially moving at
14 m/s in the positive direction of the axis. The force varies in magnitude, and the impulse has magnitud
PHYSICS 1, CHAPTER 5
ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS
1. A disk, initially rotating at 120 rad/s, is slowed down with a constant angular acceleration of magnitude
4.0 rad/s2.
(a) How much time does the disk take to stop?
(b) Through what angle does the disk rotate dur
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1 An tennis ball falls off a cliff 10 m eters above the ground with an initial horizontal speed of 5
m eters per second as shown above. The tim e between the object's leaving th
Chapter 10:Rotation of a rigid object about a fixed axis
Part 1
Reading assignment: Chapter 10.6-10.9 (know concept of
moment of inertia, dont worry about integral calculation)
Homework : (due Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2005):
Chapter 10:
32, 35, 48, 55, 80
Rot
Chapter 8. Potential Energy and
Energy Conservation
8.1. What is Physics?
8.2. Work and Potential Energy
8.3. Path Independence of Conservative
Forces
8.4. Determining Potential Energy Values
8.5. Conservation of Mechanical Energy
8.6. Reading a Potential
Rolling
Motion
of a
Rigid
Object
AP Physics
C
Mrs. Coyle
For pure rolling motion there is
rolling without slipping, so at
point P vp =0.
All points
instantaneousl
y rotate about
the point of
contact
between the
object and the
surface (P).
vp = 2
vcm
Roll