Physics 20: Assigrmient ta 1
ASSIGNMENT 18
27 Part One: Wave Phase, Interference, and Standing Waves
Marks Part Che. of :lus assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the le
Physics 20: Assignment 2 1
ASSIGNMENT 2
57 Part One: Graphical Analysis of Uniform Motion
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 27 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
margin in
Physics 20: Assignment 8 1
ASSIGNMENT 8
39 Part One: Acceleration Due to Gravity
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
margin in parenthe
Physics 20: Assignment 3 1
52
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ASSIGNMENT 3
Part One: Graphing Vector Addition in Two Dimensions
Part One of this assignmen
Physics 20: Assignment 1 2
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b. Magnitude of100. direction is 75" S of E
75 degrees
V = 100
c. Magnitude of 100, direction is 80“ E of N
80 degrees
d. Magnitude of 100
Physics 20: Assignment 6 1
ASSIGNMENT 6
47 Part One: Newton’s First and Second Laws of Motion
M Part One of this assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
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Class Set
Acceleration Practice
1.
A racecar accelerates from rest to a speed of 287 km/h in 6.8 seconds. What is its average acceleration?
2.
The space shuttle undergoes an acceleration of 53.9 m/s2.
Physics 20: Assignment 4 1
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34 Part One: Solving Projectile Problems
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 14 marks. The value
Physics 20: Assignment 5 1
15
ASSIGNMENT 5
Unit A Assessment
Marks This assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left margin in
Total
Answer:
Answer:
(2)
Answer:
(6)
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Physics 20: Assignment 7 1
ASSIGNMENT 7
63 Part One: Free-Body Diagrams and Net Force
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 9 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
margin in pare
Physics 20: Assignment 10 1
ASSIGNMENT 10
43 Part One: Understanding Circular Motion
Part One of this assignment is worth 26 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
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marg
Physics 20: Assignment 11 1
ASSIGNMENT 11
36 Part One: Kepler’s Three Laws of Planetary Motion
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 13 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
marg
Physics 20: Assignment 13 1
ASSIGNMENT 13
41 Part One: Mechanical Energy and the Work-Energy Theorem
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 22 marks. The value of each question is noted in the lef
Physics 20: Assignment 15 1
ASSIGNMENT 15
53 Part One: Simple Harmonic Motion of a Weighted Spring
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 30 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
Physics 20: Assignment 16 1
ASSIGNMENT 16
33 Mechanical Resonance
Marks This assignment is worth 33 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left margin in
Total parentheses Note: The answer
Physics 20: Ass:gnment 17 1
ASSIGNMENT 17
38 Part One: Properties of Mechanical Waves
Marks Part One of this assignment is worth 15 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
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Physics 20: # est-gr
27
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Total
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Part Orv-3 of this assignment is worth 16 marks. The value of each question is noted in the left
sereniheses. Note: The an
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same as
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larger than
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the period decreases with an increase in the spring constant.
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0.250 kg
+8.20 m/s^2
you were to nd speed, not acceler
Newtons Three Laws of
Motion
Today
Newtons First Law
Issac Newton (1643-1727)
English physicist,
mathematician, astronomer,
and philosopher
Played a major role in the
development of calculus
His law o
CLASS SET
Lab: Analyzing the position, velocity, and acceleration of a marble
Complete this lab write-up in your notebook. Tables and graphs represented here are a suggestion of how you
should obtain
32/42
76%
1/5
Add this angle to 270 to nd
the polar positive angle:
28.44 + 270 = 298.44
Use the Pythagorean theorem to nd
the magnitude of the vector:
v^2 = vx^2 + vy^2
v = 136.47 m/s
= 136 m/s at 29
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If you are to draw the diagram perfectly to
scale, then you need to just measure the
distance and angle directly. Their displacement
is 2.65 km 48 South of East.
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Use Cosine
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The combined waveform shows an amplitude that is larger when the two waves
are in phase than either wave alone.
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The combined waveform shows an amplitude that is smaller when