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Inclined planes
It was hard to measure
falling objects with the
equipment of the tim

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environ

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Chapter 14
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Chapter 13: DYNAMICS OF ROTATIONAL MOTION
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Class: 55CNK
Quick Test 2
Allowable Time: 20 minutes
Problems Graded: 8
Score:
out of Total: 20
Problem 2.1 [2pt(s)]: The cause to make a change in momentum of a system is
Select One of the Following
A. Internal Force
B. Change in energy of this sys

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Class: 56CNK
Homework 4: Energy in Collision
Assignment Due: Monday 9/28/2015
Problems Graded:
Score:
out of Total: 40
MC Problem 4.1[2pt(s)] Inelastic collisions between two objects do not change their
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Select One of the Following:
A

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Class: 54CNK
UPI Final Exam
Allowable Time: 90 minutes
Problems Graded: 10
Score:
out of Total: 125
MC Final Test Problem 1 [10 pt(s)]:
1. Velocity of a particle is defined to be the first time derivative of
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Turn off and stow all portable electronic
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Asked?
What is the relationship between Given and asked?
Solution
1st step: Take the origin of coordinates at the point where the ball leaves the
rookie, and take +y to be upward as in Figure below. Set t = 0 at initial point
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Class: 55CNK
Homework 6: Interactions Chapter 8
Assignment Due: Thursday 10 17 2013
Problem graded: 10
Score
out of Total
20
Problem 6.1 [1pt(s)] Label the following interactions between the two
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Allowable Time:90 minutes
The First Exam Question, 2014
Name
ID Number
Problems Graded: 10
Score:
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Class: 55CNK
Homework 8: Work Chapter 10
Assignment Due: Friday 17 10 2014
Problem graded
10
Score
out of Total 20
Problem 8.1 [1pt(s)] A person pushes against a brick wall with a force of
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