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Date: February 17, 2014
Course name: GE2312 Future SCIFI Technologies
Title: Science Fiction Storyline Assignment "Enders Game"
Total words: 1300
The science fiction, science and technologies presented in the story of "Enders
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Chapter 5
Rotation of Rigid
Bodies
Goals for Chapter 5 Part I
To describe rotation in terms of angular
coordinate, angular velocity, and angular
acceleration
To analyze rotation with constant angular
acceleration
To relate rotation to the linear veloci
Useful Equations
,
,
C ABsin
,
,
,
Temperature scale: T = 9/5 T + 32, T = 5/9 (T 32), T = T +
F
C
C
F
K
C
273.15
Thermal expansion:
,
,
L L0 T V V0 T 3
Heat:
,
Q mc T Q mL
;
Heat conduction: H = dQ/dt = kA(TH TC)/L
Stefan-Boltzmann law:
1atm = 1.013105 P
University of Colorado, Boulder, 2004
Chapter 5 Rotation
Section A.
1. A student sees the following question on an exam:
A flywheel with mass 120 kg, and radius 0.6 m,
starting at rest, has an angular acceleration of 0.1 rad/s2.
How many revolutions has
University of Colorado, Boulder, 2004
Chapter 4 work done and energy
1.
A block slides without friction down a ramp as shown.
During the motion, the ramp exerts a force on the block.
Which statement below is correct
A: speed increases, work done by the r
AP1202 General Physics II
Assignment 2
Q2.1
Ans.
Q2.2
Fig. 2.2
Fig. 2.2
Ans.
Q2.3
Ans.
Q2.4
Ans.
Q2.5
Ans.
1
1
1
= +
3 1 + 2
1 + 2 + 3
=
3 (1 + 2 )
Q2.6
Ans.
Q2.7
Ans.
Q2.8
Ans.
Q2.9
Ans.
Q2.10
Ans.
Chapter 1 discussion questions
The discussion questions are taken from the set
of questions prepared by Prof Steven Pollock
University of Colorado 2004.
I will discuss those questions in black colour in
lecture. Those in blue will not be discussed
Chapter 2 concept test questions
1. A train car moves along a long straight
track. The graph shows the position as a
function of time for this train. The graph
shows that the train:
A: speeds up all the time.
B: slows down all the time.
C: speeds
Chapter 3 Concept Test Questions
Only question1 to 4 are needed.
1. A piano mover raises a 100-
kg piano at a constant rate using
the frictionless pulley system
shown here. With how much
force is she pulling on the rope?
Ignore friction, let g =
Chapter 8, Wave discussion questions:
1. The graph below shows a snapshot of a wave on
a string which is traveling to the right. There is a
bit of paint on the string at point P.
y
vwave
P
x
At the instant shown, the velocity of paint point P
has whi
AP 1201-General Physics
Chapter-1
Vectors
Tutor,
CHELORA VEETIL Jipsa
Question-1
Tracking a plane
AB = R
BR
A.
Define the displacement of the airplane while radar was tracking it: R
What are the components of R AB? Express R AB in meters as an ordered
Chapter 2 part 1
Review of Motion Along
a Straight Line
Topics for Chapter 2 part 1
straight-line motion in terms of velocity and acceleration
average and instantaneous velocity and average and
instantaneous acceleration
Understanding of graphs of posi
Chapter 1
Vectors and simple calculus
Objective
To prepare you for other topics by providing with
some mathematical background, mainly vector
AP1201 is about mechanics (motion, force) wave
(sound, wave on a string and in a pipe) and
heat
Topics for Chapte
Vectors
But you may need the
knowledge for
calculation
Vector addition using
graphical method,
using components
1
Resolve into
components
Express in terms of
unit vectors
2
No explicit
questions in
exam
For future
learning
3
df
f
lim
dx x0 x
Definit
Chapter 2 part 1
Review of Motion Along
a Straight Line
Topics for Chapter 2 part 1
What is motion? Why do we need to understand motion?
How do we describe motion? Position, velocity, acceleration
One dimensional motion in terms of velocity and acceler
Chapter 5
Rotation of Rigid
Bodies
Goals for Chapter 5 Part I
To describe rotation in terms of angular
coordinate, angular velocity, and angular
acceleration
To analyze rotation with constant angular
acceleration
To relate rotation to the linear veloci
Chapter 1
Vectors and simple calculus
Objective
To prepare you for other topics by providing with
some mathematical background, mainly vector
AP1201 is about mechanics (motion, force) wave
(sound, wave on a string and in a pipe) and
heat
Topics for Chapte
AP1201 Chapter 7
Thermal Properties of Matter
(Chapter 18 of textbook)
Objective
To learn how thermal state of a gas changes and its
possible application (thermal states of matters can be
used in engines)
To understand the thermal properties in terms of
m
Chapter 3 Part 1
Newtons Laws of
Motion
topics for chapter 3 Part 1
What causes motion?
force as a vector and learn how to combine forces
the Newtons Laws of Motion
how to solve problems involving force
.
What causes motion?
What causes motion?
It is f
AP1201 Chapter 9
Sound Waves
(Chapter 16 in textbook)
Goals
To describe sound waves in terms of particle displacements or
pressure variations
To calculate the speed of sound in different materials
To calculate sound intensity
To find what determines t
Chapter 4
Work and Kinetic
Energy
Goals for Part 1
What is work done by a force?
the meaning of kinetic energy
how work changes the kinetic energy of a
body and how to use this principle
Reason for learning work done
The simple methods of chapter 3 us
AP 1201 Chapter 6
Temperature and Heat
(Chapter 17 of textbook)
Why do we need to study heat?
Heat has many applications:
Not just cooking food
In engines, engines use heat from fuel
Car engines, rocket, jet engines, power
generation
Air conditioner,
AP1201 Chapter 8
Mechanical Waves
(Chapter 15 in textbook)
Goals
To study the properties and varieties of mechanical waves
To relate the speed, frequency, and wavelength of periodic waves
To interpret periodic waves mathematically
To calculate the spe