Physics 1311 Spring 2010
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Physics 1311 Problem Set #2 Solutions
Problem 1: You slide a coin across the oor, and observe that it slows down and eventually stops. A sensitive thermometer shows that its temperature increased. What
Physics 1311 Spring 2010
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Physics 1311 Problem Set #4 Solutions
Problem 1: A 6 .20 g bullet is red horizontally at two blocks resting on a smooth tabletop, as shown in the top gure. The bullet passes through the rst block, with
Physics 1311 Spring 2010
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Physics 1311 Problem Set #1 Solutions
Problem 1: Determine whether each of the following statements is true or false: (a) The magnitude of the sum of two vectors is always greater than the magnitude of
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Problem 1: Stones are thrown horizontally, with the same initial velocity, from the tops of two dierent buildings, A and B. The stone from building A lands 2 times
Physics 1311 Exam #1 24 February 2010
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(Nothing written on these sheets will be graded) Vectors A := Ax , Ay , Az = Ax x + Ay y + Az z Relative vectors: If vAB A Unit vector: A := |A| denotes velocity of A with respect to B, then vAB +
PHYS 1311: In Class Problems
Chapter 5 Solutions
Feb. 23, 2016
Problem 1. Given only the distance between the Earth and Moon (REM = 3.84 108
m), determine the mass of the Earth and the mass of the Sun. How can we measure REM ?
Solution
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Physics 101
Homework Solutions #6
1.
A 10-kg mass is held 1.0 m above a table for 25 s. How much work is done during
that period?
W = F(cos)d.
In this problem, there is no motion. Therefore, d = 0.
W = F(cos)(0) = 0 joules of work.
2.
What is the