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A particle is launched and its vertical position is given by the formula
y[t) = 3t2 + 12?: + 4 (t in seconds,y in Hi).
What is highest point that the particle reached? At what time did the partic
Physics 227: Lecture 23 AC Circuits II - RLC circuits (Lots of Algebra)
Lecture 22 review: Vrms = Vmax/2. Pave = Pmax/2. Diodes. Phasors: rotating vectors, I, V are x-components of vectors Reactance: X = Vmax/Imax, no phase information. XR = R, XL = L,
HPHY 154 Workout 07c Applications of Newton's Laws of Motion Prof. A. E. Bak Name 1. S&J Problem 6-9 (formerly S&B Problem 6-13). Consider a conical pendulum with an 80. 0-kg bob on a 10. 0-m wire making an angle of ! ! 5. 00 ! with the vertical as s
HPHY 154 Workout 08 Work Prof. A. E. Bak Name Work is the effect of force acting over displacement. For a force f acting over a path C of displacement, the work W done is defined by W!
"C f ! dl ,
where dl is an infinitesimal displacement along C.
HPHY 154 Workout 07b Applications of Newton's Laws of Motion Prof. A. E. Bak Name 1. The coefficient of static friction between Teflon and scrambled eggs is about 0. 04. What is the smallest angle from the horizontal that will cause the eggs to slide
HPHY 154 Workout 08 Work Prof. A. E. Bak Name Work is the effect of force acting over displacement. For a force f acting over a path C of displacement, the work W done is defined by W!
"C f ! dl ,
where dl is an infinitesimal displacement along C.