Physics 151Quiz 3
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PHY 170Constant Acceleration Problems
Week 2Tuesday, Sep 16Worksheet
Autumn 2014
In the space below, draw a complete pictorial representation (i.e., a motion diagram with velocity
and acceleration vectors) of the following problem, then solve the problem.
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Class SummaryWeek 2, Day 4Thursday, Sep 18
Vectors
Quantities that require their magnitude and direction in order to be fully specified are called
vectors. Examples are displacement, velocity, and force.
Quantities that can be fully de
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Class SummaryWeek 2, Day 1Monday, Sep 15
Graphs
We will learn about three types of graphs:
Position vs. time (x-t) graphs
Velocity vs. time (v-t) graphs
Acceleration vs. time (a-t) graphs
Remember that these are all graphs of one-di
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Points to be noted in preparation for Quiz 2
What material will be tested on Quiz 2?
Quiz 2 will be over material covered between Thursday (Sep 18) through Wednesday (Oct 1),
including Vectors (Chapter 3), Projectile Motion (Section 4.
Worksheet 2 from Week 2-Monday
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Worksheet 2 from Week 2-Monday
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v = [-3 (-5)]/1 = 2 m/s
Slope is constant, so
velocity i
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Class SummaryWeek 4, Day 3Wednesday, Oct 1
Friction
Chapter 6Section 6.4Page 148-152
So far, we have discussed situations where an object was subjected to gravity, tension, and the
normal force. In all these problems, we hadnt yet inco
PHY 170Free Fall
Week 2Wednesday, Sep 17Worksheet
Autumn 2014
1 page
In the space below, draw a complete pictorial representation (i.e., a motion diagram with velocity
and acceleration vectors) of the following problem, then solve the problem. When you ar
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Class SummaryWeek 1, Day 2Thursday, Sep 11
The Study of Kinematics
We will use three different representations to study the science of motion (kinematics):
Motion Diagrams
Position vs. time (x-t), velocity vs. time (v-t), and acceler
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Class SummaryWeek 1, Day 1Wednesday, Sep 10
The Subject Matter of PHY 170
In PHY 170, we will be learning about classical motion the science of objects moving at
ordinary speeds, such as a car on the highway, or a planet orbiting its s
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Class SummaryWeek 2, Day 2Tuesday, Sep 16
Some comments on Acceleration
In order to study how quickly or slowly the velocity of an object is changing, we have already
learned that we need to define a quantity known as acceleration. Rec
PHY 170Motion Diagrams
Week 1Thursday, Sep 11Worksheet
Autumn 2014
1 page
Draw motion diagrams for the motions described below.
Remember that motion diagrams must have dots at equally spaced intervals in time to represent
the position of the object as a
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Class SummaryWeek 2, Day 3Wednesday, Sep 17
Free fall
In the special case of free fall, an object moves under the influence of gravity only. If I hold a
Styrofoam ball and drop it, it is an example of an object in free fall.
Strictly s
PHY 170
Autumn 2014
Posted Formula Sheet for Quiz 2
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PHY 170Motion Diagrams to x(t) and v(t)
Week 2Monday, Sep 15Worksheet
Autumn 2014
Each motion diagram below shows the location of an object at one second intervals, starting at
t = 0 s. Sketch the corresponding graphs of x(t) and v(t). Be as quantitative
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Physics 171 Quiz Chapters 15 and 16
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February 4, 2015
Please answer all questions in SI units, e.g Newtons7 Joules, meters, etc. Do NOT use cm, gm, etc.
1 Constant Temperature Measurements
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Physics 171 Quiz Chapter 14
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January 20, 2015
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1 Hookes Law
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March 3, 2015
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1 Two history graphs
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