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Drop-In Center PHYS 308 (Thurs 4:30-6:30,
Fri 2:30-4:30)
Which of the following equations
represent the velocity vector diagram
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
tan() = v0y / v0x
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16. Aperson on a trampoline bounces straight upward with an iniis
tial speed of 4.5 m/s. \Atrhat the person's speed when she returns to her initial height?
L7. After winning a baseball game, one player drops a
Lecture 7
Course ID
MPPEEMOELLER14733
TA for MP and iClicker:
Paul McGrath
[email protected]
Take note of the extra tutorial:
Thursdays at 11:30 in room physics 145.
Force
From the Greeks to Galileo
What makes objects move?
Can inanimate objects move
Your Instructor: Steve Pfisterer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (XXX)-YYY-ZZZZ
Office: PHY 254
Some Past Activities
Taught Grade 11 & 12 Physics
Made UWs 1st Superconducting Tin Bolometer
Nelson Textbook Reviewer: Grd 11&12 Math & Physics
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Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 03a, 03b
2-Dimensional Kinematics
Lecture Content Overview
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Your Instructor: Steve Pfisterer
Email: [email protected]
Phone: (XXX)-YYY-ZZZZ
Office: PHY 254
Some Past Activities
Taught Grade 11 & 12 Physics
Made UWs 1st Superconducting Tin Bolometer
Nelson Textbook Reviewer: Grd 11&12 Math & Physics
L EC T URE 02b:
VECTORS !
Lecture Overview
Covered in the Textbook and
this PowerPoint Vector Review
You must know how to;
Recognize and Write a vector
Multiply a Vector by a Scalar
Add vectors using tail to tip and parallelogram rules
Be able to find
L EC T URE 02a:
VECTORS !
Lecture Overview
Covered in the Textbook and
this PowerPoint Vector Review
You must know how to;
Recognize and Write a vector
Multiply a Vector by a Scalar
Add vectors using tail to tip and parallelogram rules
Be able to find
LECTURE 02a:
VECTORS !
Lecture Overview
Covered in the Textbook and
this PowerPoint Vector Review
You must know how to;
Recognize and Write a vector
Multiply a Vector by a Scalar
Add vectors using tail to tip and parallelogram rules
Be able to find th
Side 1 of 4
Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 02a, 02b
Vectors
Lecture Content Overview
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Concept/Topic/Title/Terms
Vector
Position Vector, Displacement Ve
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Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 02a, 02b
Vectors
Lecture Content Overview
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Concept/Topic/Title/Terms
Vector
Position Vector, Displacement Ve
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Write the 5 Kinematics Equations
Recognize a Kinematics Problem
Solve Problems Methodically
Sketch based on understanding
Label with Meaningful Variables
Define the Positive Direction
Summarize Variables and V
Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 01
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1-D Kinematics
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Kinematics
Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 01
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1-D Kinematics
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Kinematics
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Write the 5 Kinematics Equations
Recognize a Kinematics Problem
Solve Problems Methodically
Sketch based on understanding
Label with Meaningful Variables
Define the Positive Direction
Summarize Variables and V
Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 00
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Introduction
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Learning AND
Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 00
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Introduction
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Learning AND
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Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 03a, 03b
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2-Dimensional Kinematics
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Physics 111
Student Lecture Note 04a, 04b, 04c
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Relative Motion
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Physics 111L
Experiment 1 Measurement and Graphical Analysis
Purpose:
Learn to measure length, mass, diameter with meter stick, micrometer
caliper, balance
Learn to estimate probable percentage error in measurements
Learn to measure mean and standard d
Lecture 4
Course ID
MPPEEMOELLER14733
TA for MP and iClicker:
Paul McGrath
[email protected]
Welcome to Phys 111
What is the course breakdown?
Clicker participation
Reading quiz participation
Online tutorial participation
Assignments
Mid-term test
Fina
Lecture 6
Course ID
MPPEEMOELLER14733
TA for MP and iClicker:
Paul McGrath
[email protected]
Relative velocities in one dimension
v PT =
Velocity of person relative to train
vTG = Velocity of train relative to ground
What is the velocity of the person
Lecture 3
Course ID
MPPEEMOELLER14733
Conversions
In our last example we had a = 0.13m / s / min
How do we get from minutes to seconds?
There are 60 seconds in a minute so we have to
divide or multiply by 60
Which?
A second is much smaller than a minute s
Lecture 5
Course ID
MPPEEMOELLER14733
TA for MP and iClicker:
Paul McGrath
[email protected]
A short clicker quiz:
We have the equation
1 2
x = 0t + at
2
(2)
Question :
Is
1 2
x = t at
2
A. => YES
B. => NO
a valid 1D kinematic equation?
Motion in 2D -
Lecture 2
Vectors
Q. What is a vector?
A. A quantity with magnitude and direction
The position vector of Vancouver relative to Ottawa
Consider position vectors on a Cartesian
coordinate system (a grid)
Bonjour I am Rene Descartes
and I invented
"le grid"
Lecture 10
Course ID
MPPEEMOELLER14733
TA for MP and iClicker:
Paul McGrath
[email protected]
Take note of the extra tutorial:
Thursdays at 11:30 in room physics 145.
Midterm test:
February 15th at 6:00 pm 7:30 pm
Midterm checklist
Where and When
Tues
Lecture 15
Course ID
MPPEEMOELLER14733
TA for MP and iClicker:
Paul McGrath
[email protected]
Take note of the extra tutorial:
Thursdays at 11:30 in room physics 145.
Conservative systems with springs
To compress (or stretch) a spring we need to overco
L EC T URE 07c:
Work
&
Energy!
Lecture Overview
You must know how to;
Solve Problems related to
The Definition of Work
Work Done on an Object & Related
Change in Kinetic Energy
Change in Gravitational Energy
Change in Elastic Energy
Change in Thermal E
Relative motion in 2D: problem solving
On the way back the pilot wants to follow the same rout in the
opposite direction (relative to the ground) in order to get back to the
airport. If the wind continues to blow, what heading should the pilot
chose?
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Welcome to Phys 111
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Lecture 3
The tale of the unfortunate monkey
If the monkey drops from the tree at the moment the gun is fired
in order to avoid the bullet they will be greatly mistaken, a
Midterm Info
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module
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the day and time of the exam please contact
your prof Before 01Feb with the words
Midterm Conflict in the subject line.
Contact forces
Three bo
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Lecture 3
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Lecture 3
Kinematic problems (
3120.N
static friction
Applied force
3120.N
Friction
static friction
Applied force
fn
S
Sm
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Applied force
Some coeficients
Materials
Rubber on concrete
Ice on ice
Human synovial joints
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1
0.1
0.01
k
0.8
0.03
0.003
S K
Static and kinetic friction: prob