Parallel plate capacitor
A
B
s
E
+
The positive plate is at a potential of
+9 V and the negative plate is at 0 V.

+

+

+
+9 V
+6 V
+3 V
What would the equipotential surfaces
look like between the plates?
0V
They would be a parallel set of planes!
Let
9/15
Review Tuesday 4:305:30!
Test Wednesday topics:
15 questions all multiple choice 80 minutes
Formula sheet on moodle
Know distance and time conversion factors.
Units and dimensions
Vectors, vector components, vector addition
Kinematics in 1D
Regulation of Gene Expression in
Eukaryotes (Ch.19, pp. 531541)
Genes can be regulated by environmental
signals.
Ex. Reg. of ribulose bisphosphate
carboxylase by light in plants.
Different genes are expressed in different
types of cells in multicell. o
Ch. 3 Kinematics in 2D
Now lets consider the concepts of displacement, velocity, and acceleration in
2 dimensions.
1D
x = x f xo
x x f xo
v=
=
t
t
v v f vo
a=
=
t
t
x f = xo + vot + 12 at 2
x =
v 2f vo2
2a
2D
v v v
r = rf ro
v rv rv
v r
f
o
v=
=
t
t
v v
KIN 4512 Lifespan Motor Development
Fall 2016 (3 credits)
Instructor: Prasanna Acharya ([email protected])
Office: B2 Gym Armory
Office Hours: After class or by appointment
Class Time: Section 04: 7:30 a.m. 8:20 a.m. M, W, F
Class Location: 151 Long Fieldho
PHYS 2001 Dr. Young
Session 4 2D Kinematics
9/8/2016
Basics
1. Velocity is constant in which direction?
a. X
b. Y
2. Projectiles are
a. Fun
b. Not fun
Problems
1. If you kick a ball horizontally off a 50 meter cliff at 3m/s, how far from the base of the c
PHYS2001 Section 3
Fall 2016
Instructor: David P. Young
Lecture: 10:30 11:50 AM, Tu Th
Lecture Room: 130 Nicholson Hall
Office Hours: Noon 1:00 PM, TuTh
Office: 210D Nicholson
Ph: 5782490
EMail: [email protected]
Required Text: Cutnell and John
its
7 Name:
EXAM #IA irinciples of Genetics (Biol 2153), Larkin, Sec. 58 Fall 2004
Remember to fill in your name and ID number on the answer sheet! Choose the best answer for each
question by filling in the appropriate space on your answer sheet. There a
Homework 2
Due date: 22/1/2014, 1700
TA in charge: Yin
(* = The question is form J.B. Marion and S.T. Thornton, Classical Dynamics
of Particles And Systems (Fifth Edition)
Q1.)*127. If r and r = v are both explicit functions of time, show that
d
[r (v r)
Homework 7
Due date: 26/2/2014, 1700
TA in charge: Wilson
(* = The question is form J.B. Marion and S.T. Thornton, Classical Dynamics
of Particles And Systems (Fifth Edition)
Q1.)*714. A simple pendulum of length b and bob with mass m is attatched
to a m
Homework 4
Due date: 6/2/2014, 1700
TA in charge: Kin
(* = The question is form J.B. Marion and S.T. Thornton, Classical Dynamics
of Particles And Systems (Fifth Edition)
Q1.)*255. A pumpkin of mass 5 kg shot out of a studentmade cannon under air pressu
PHYS 2001 SI Dr. Young
Session 9/6/2016
Tureaud 229
Basics
yf = y0 + vy0t + 1/2at2
ag = g = 9.8m/s2
1 in = 2.54 cm
1. A ball on Earth is thrown straight into the air, a) the height is? b) the velocity is? c) the
acceleration is?
2. In a vacuum, a feathe
KIN 4512 CH 1 OUTLINE
I.
Defining Motor Development
a. Development:
i. Continuous process of change in functional
capacity
1. Functional capacity: capability to existlive, move, and work in the real world.
2. Cumulative process
3. Living organisms are alw
Welcome to PHYS2002!
Physics I Done! We are now all experts in mechanics.
Mechanics Mass
We never said what mass is, only how it behaves.
This semester, we are concerned with something called charge.
Electricity Charge
*And just like in mechanics, E&M wil
18.5 Coulombs Law
So charged objects exert forces on one another:
Lets consider two positive point charges separated by some distance r:
Point charges: the charges are much smaller than the distance between them.
q1
F
q2
+
+
r
+F
x
*Since they are like c
19.1 Potential Energy
The electric force, like gravity, is a conservative force:
Recall Conservative Forces
1. The work done on an object by a conservative force
depends only on the objects initial and final
position, and not the path taken.
2. The net wo
Phys 2001 Dr Young Drew Knight
Session 9/15/2016
Universal law/Forces
Basics
F=
G m1 m2
r
2
G = 6.67x1011
Problems
1. Planet A has mass 4.9x1030 kg and planet B has mass 9.8x1023 kg. What is the force between
them if they are 2,000 km apart?
2. If the fo
PHYS 2001 Dr. Young
SI session 2 2D Kinematics
September 1, 2016
Basics
Avg. Speed =
avg. velocity =
acceleration =
Units of speed =
units of velocity =
units of acceleration =
1. If acceleration is less than 0, we always call it deceleration
a. True
b. F
In 2013, a new type of bacterial defense against viruses was
discovered. It consists of two parts, CRISPR repeats, and
a Cas DNA cutting enzyme.
CRISPR repeats: many repeated copies of short DNA sequences
taken from viruses. These sequences are transcribe
RESEARCH DESIGNS
Why would a researcher use a longitudinal design?
o To see any kind of rare patterns can use them as experiment and to
study their motor pattern
What about crosssectional design?
o To save time and money
o Generally uses normal people
6.7 Power
Weve discussed what work is, but what about the time it takes to do the work?
L t say that
Lets
th t both
b th off us have
h
50 identical
id ti l boxes
b
to
t lift up on to
t a 1m
1 high
hi h table.
t bl
We each have the same amount of work to
PHYS 2001 Dr. Young
SI Session 8/30/2016: Vectors
Knowledge necessary:
a2 + b2 = c2
Scalar
Vector
1. F would be a
a. Vector
b. Scalar
2. The xcomponent of F can be calculated by
a. F*tan()
b. F*cos()
c. F*sin()
3. The ycomponent of F can be calculated
Phys 2001 Dr. Young
Drew Knight
Session 5 9/13/16: Relative velocity/ Intro to force
Basics
Newtons laws:
1.
2.
3.
1. Force is a
a. Vector
b. Scalar
c. Way of life
Problems
1. If you are running North at 10m/s and you see Billy running east of you at 5 m/
Homework 14
Due date: 21/4/2013, 1700
TA in charge: Yin
(* = The question is form J.B. Marion and S.T. Thornton, Classical Dynamics
of Particles And Systems (Fifth Edition)
NOTICE: Please work out your steps in detail and DO NOT plug in the numbers until