Momentum and Energy
Chapter 5
Momentum
Momentum
Momentum means inertia in motion.
Momentum = Mass of object x its velocity
(mom. = m x v)
Momentum is a form of energy you can
not destroy it, but you can change its form
(velocity).
Factors Affecting Moment
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Unit Lab 3.2 Temperature and Heat
Part 1
2. Click the blue Pause button. Select Solid on the Change State panel.
a. Describe the shape the molecules take and the interactions that occur the instant you
select solid state.
Answer: All the molecules
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Unit 1 Lab 1: Kinematics in one Dimension
3).
4. Use the graphs you completed in the previous step to answer the following questions using the
time interval from 2 to 3 seconds:
a. What type of curveslinear or parabolicdo you see in each of the gra
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Lab 3.1: Gas Properties
Part 1
2. Using the Layer tool, determine where in the chamber the pressure is:
a. The highest:
Answer: The pressure is at the highest at the bottom of chamber
b. The lowest:
Answer: The pressure is at the lowest at the top
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Lab 2 Energy
3. Where is the skateboarder located on the track when his kinetic energy is the:
a. highest? 3,000
b. lowest? 0
4. Where is the skateboarder located on the track when his potential energy is the:
a. highest? 3952.45
b. lowest? 952.45
Linear and Rotational
Motion
Appendix B
Computing Velocity and
Distance
V +V
Average velocity
Instantaneous
& = (
V
=
f
i
)
2
1
V f =Vo + at 2
velocity =
2
Velocity & Acceleration Calc.
Distance Calculation
Distance Equation
How Fast Will It Fall ?
Accele
Vectors
Appendix C
Vectors and Scalars
A vector is a directional quantity. Both
scalar and vectors have magnitude.
Adding Vectors
Vectors should be only added in the same
direction, i.e., the horizontal (x) or vertical
(y) directions.
Do not mix types of