Weekly Course Schedule: Physics 152, Fall 2015
The recitation homework assignments describe three types of problems in
Fundamentals of Physics Halliday, Resnick & Walker (HR&W), Vol 2, 10th edition.
P indicates the

Physics 151 Quiz 5 Spring 2016
Name: 3 0 L074 ‘5 N Discussion Section
1. [10 points] (Show all work)
1. A particle of mass 1kg is moving along the x axis under the action of a potential whose graph
is given below. Certain values of the potential U are m

Physics 151
Quiz 6
Spring 2016
Name:
Discussion Section
1a. [5 pts.] A box of mass 2kg is moving in a straight line on frictionless ground with constant
speed 5m/s. A second box of mass 1kg is dropped vertically on the moving box and sticks to it.
The spe

Physics 151
Quiz 5
Name:
Spring 2016
Discussion Section
1. [10 points] (Show all work)
1. A particle of mass 1kg is moving along the x axis under the action of a potential whose graph
is given below. Certain values of the potential U are marked on the gra

Physics 151
Quiz 3
Name:
Spring 2016
Discussion Section
1. [6 points] (Show all work)
A mass M is at rest hung from two strings from two walls as shown in the diagram. Both strings
make angle = 30 with the horizontal as shown. The strings have
tension T

PhySiCS 151 Quiz 2 Spring 2016
Name: Discussion Section
Use 9 = lOm/s2 for numerical calculations throughout.
1. [8 points] (Show all work) A ball is dropped from rest from a height H. It bounces off the
ﬂoor. Below is the graph of the velocity of the bal

Physics 151 Quiz 3 Spring 2016
Name: Discussion Section
1. [6 points] (Show all work)
A mass M is at rest hung from two strings from two walls as shown in the diagram. Both strings i
make angle Oz = 30° with the horizontal as shown. The strings have ten

Physics 151
Quiz 2
Name:
Spring 2016
Discussion Section
Use g = 10m/s2 for numerical calculations throughout.
1. [8 points] (Show all work) A ball is dropped from rest from a height H. It bounces off the
floor. Below is the graph of the velocity of the ba

Physics 151 Quiz 1 Spring 2016
Name: Discussion Section
1.[3 pt.] In the International System (SI) of measurement what are the required standard units
for mechanics?
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2.[7 pt.] A car is travelling along a straight road with co

Physics 151
Name:
Quiz 1
Spring 2016
Discussion Section
1.[3 pt.] In the International System (SI) of measurement what are the required standard units
for mechanics?
2.[7 pt.] A car is travelling along a straight road with constant velocity v0 . The drive

Lecture 9
2.12.16
Conservative force: 0 when on a closed track. Only initial and final point matter.
Nonconservative force: friction and other stuf
Conservation of energy
KE(i)+PE(i)=KE(f)+PE(f)
In example 4, tension in the rod changes depending on which

Physics 151 Spring 2016
Lecture #5
More basic kinematics:
Uniform circular motion
Announcements
q Next week (Feb. 1-5 )
Normal class schedule
Quiz 2 based on HW2
Labs Monday Thursday
See Weekly Updates for details
q I remind you there are drop-in help ses

Physics 151 Spring 2016
Lecture #08
Work and Energy
Announcements
q This week (Feb. 8-12)
Introduce Work-Energy Theorem and
the concept of potential energy
Q3 based on HW3 (at end of discussion sections)
HW4 topics will be reviewed in discussion sectio

Physics 151 Spring 2016
Lecture #7
More applications of Newtons Laws
and the dynamics of circular motion
Announcements
q Next week (Feb. 8-12)
Introduce Work-Energy Theorem and
the conservation of mechanical energy
Q3 based on HW3 (at end of discussion

Physics 151 Quiz 6 Spring 2016
Name: Discussion Section
1a. [5 pts.] A box of mass 2kg is moving in a straight line on frictionless ground with constant
speed 5111/ s. A second box of mass 1kg is dropped vertically on the moving box and sticks to it.
Th