STARS AND CONSTELLATIONS ANSWER SHEET
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direction will you face to see Capricornus?
a.
b.
c.
d.
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East
Southeast
West
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2. Which star, Deneb, Vega or Altair will
PHYSICS 1405-81012/14 EXAM 3 REVIEW
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MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1) A ball rolled along a horizontal surface maintains a constant speed because
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2016SP-PHYS-2425-83001 (UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I)
EXAM 3 REVIEW (CHAPTERS 8 11)
The Exam 3 questions will be similar to what we have done in class, and in the homework.
There are 2 sections.
o Section A will be multiple choice questions like just like the fir
2016SP-PHYS-2425-83001 (UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I)
EXAM 2 REVIEW QUESTIONS SOLUTIONS
Chapter 4
4.1.IDENTIFY: Vector addition.
SET UP: Use a coordinate system where the + x-axis is in the direction of FA , the force applied by
dog A. The forces are sketched in
EXPIREMENT TITLE
EQUILBRIUM AND VECTORS:
THE FORCE TABLE
CONCLUSION
This lab over equilibrium and vectors using the force table has taught me how to find the
sum between vectors by graphing, analyzing, and experimenting. Using the force table, it was more
EXPIREMENT TITLE
Electrical Method: Mechanical Equivalent of Heat
CONCLUSION
During this lab we see how the equivalent of heat converts between
mechanical energy and into the form of heat. We also got a hands experience with
handling a simple form of an e
EXPERIMENT TITLE
The Ballistic Pendulum
OBJECTIVE
This labs objective shows that momentum and the conservation of energy determines the
speed a projectile that is fired from a spring gun. After finding the projectiles velocity we can
calculate projectiles
EXPERIMENT TITLE
Simple Harmonic Motion
CONCLUSION
The lab over simple harmonic motion was a physical, hands on experience on how to
measure harmonic motion. It allowed us to measure position, velocity, and acceleration while
calculating the amplitude, pe
EXPERIMENT TITLE
MEASUREMENTS
Conclusion
During this lab we have measured the g value, we were also taught how to work the
equipment that measures free fall to accurately describe the acceleration and the time the
object takes to fall. After going through
EXPERIMENT TITLE
MEASUREMENTS
OBJECTIVE
The objective of this lab is to show us how to determine projectile motion of objects, in
how to measure the distance, direction, and to hypothesize the distance of configuration. The lab
also gives us a hands on ex
EXPIREMENT TITLE
Latent Heat and Specific Heat
OBJECTIVE
This labs objective shows how to understand and calculate latent heat of water as well as
the specific heat. We also go onto finding the latent and specific heat of both iron as well as
aluminum.
BA
EXPERIMENT TITLE
MEASUREMENTS
OBJECTIVE
The objective of this experiment is to familiarize ourselves with multiple instruments and
how to use them to measure standard objects to learn how to read measurements more accurately.
It also allows us to become m
Section 4.8
Applications of Trigonometric
Functions
Solving Right Triangles
Example
Find the height of the tower given that it is 150 feet
from the line of sight of the individual who is looking up
at the top of the tower at a 60 degree angle.
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Section 2.2
Quadratic Functions
Graphs of Quadratic Functions
Graphs of Quadratic Functions
2
Parabolas f ( x) ax bx c
Vertex
Minimum
Maximum
Axis of symmetry
y
y
x
x
Quadratic functions are any function of the form
f(x)=ax 2 +bx+c where a 0, and a,b and
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Section 5.3
Double-Angle, Power-Reducing,
and Half-Angle Formulas
Double-Angle Formulas
Example
3
If sin = and lies in Quadrant II, find the exact
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value of each of the following.
a. sin 2
b. cos 2
c. tan 2
Example
Verify the identity: sin 4x = 4 sin x c
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CENTRIPETAL ACCELERATION
LAB
OBJECTIVE
The purpose of this lab was to understand the concepts that describe Centripetal
Acceleration. By using equations provided, we will be able to calculate not only the centripetal
force but also gravitational constant
Syllabus
Course Information
Title:
College Physics II
Number:
2015FA-PHYS-1402-81001
Times: Lecture - M, F, 08:10 AM 09:30 AM, RLWH 109
Lab W, 08:10 AM 11:00 AM, SH 227
Instructor:
Office:
Office Phone:
Office Hours:
Dr. Eric Osei-Yiadom
WH 237
(972-238-6