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Rotational Kinematics
As in linear kinematics there are basic angular quantities which
describe the motion of a rotating object. Those quantities are angular
displacement , angular velocity , angular acceleration , and time
t
Angular quantities are usua
Homework: Week 10 Chapter 11 SOLUTIONS
1. (11-5) A person holds a 1.42-N baseball in his hand, a distance of 34.0 cm from the elbow joint, as shown in the figure below. The biceps, attached at a distance of 2.75 cm from the elbow, exerts an upward force o
P201 Clicker questions
5 Sept., 2014
An object moves with a V vs. t plot as shown:
Which of the following X vs. t plots corresponds to it?
A
C
B
D
An object moves with a V vs. t plot as shown:
Which of the following X vs. t plots corresponds to it?
A
C
B
Physics P201 Spring, 2006
Final Exam May 2, 2006
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Exam 3 Physics P201
Nov. 13, 2014
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Physics P201 Spring, 2005
Final Exam May 3, 2005
H. Ogren, J. Beggs
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Final Exam Topics
Position vs. time graphs, Velocity vs. time graphs, Acceleration vs. time graphs
Kinematic equations
Newtons laws: Force diagrams, solving problems with inclined planes, pulleys and friction
Momentum
Work
Gravitation and circular motion
Physics P201 Spring, 2006
Final Exam May 2, 2006
H. Ogren, J. Beggs
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Clicker questions
!0 Sept, 2014
Vectors 1
Which vector has the largest magnitude?
Vectors 1
Which vector has the largest magnitude?
Vectors 2
Which vector has the largest value of the x component?
Vectors 2
Which vector has the largest value of the x comp
Clicker questions
8 Sept., 2014
Velocity Vector
A ball is launched with an initial velocity v at an angle q from
the horizontal. What is the x-component of the initial
velocity?
(A) v*cos()
(B) v*tan()
v
(C) v*sin()
(D) 1/sin()
(E) 1/cos()
q
x
Velocity Ve
Clicker questions
7 November, 2014
Constriction I
Water flows through a 1-cm diameter pipe connected to a
1/2-cm diameter pipe. Compared to the speed of the water
in the 1-cm pipe, the speed in the 1/2-cm pipe is:
(A) one quarter
(B) one half
(C) the same
Clicker questions
5 November, 2014
If you dip your finger into the water, without
touching the sides, does the reading on the
scale:
A. Increase
B. Decrease
C. Stay the same
If you dip your finger into the water, without
touching the sides, does the readi
Clicker questions
22 Sept., 2014
Velocity and Acceleration
You see two cars driving on a road. The blue car is
going 30 mi/hr. The red car is going 60 mi/hr. Which
car has a larger acceleration?
(A) The blue car.
(B) The red car.
(C) You cant say.
Velocit
Clicker questions
15 September, 2014
You are looking down on a boy swinging a stone around in a
circle on a string. The string breaks at the X. Which direction
does the stone fly?
You are looking down on a boy swinging a stone around in a
circle on a stri
Clicker questions
15 September, 2014
What is the velocity of the person
(with the sack) relative to the train?
A.
B.
C.
D.
1.2 m/s
16.2 m/s
13. 8 m/s
-15 m/s
What is the velocity of the person
(with the sack) relative to the train?
A.
B.
C.
D.
1.2 m/s
16.
Clicker questions
8 October, 2014
Energy and Work
A car in neutral rolls downhill. Assume there is
no friction. Which equation correctly represents
the change in the cars energy:
(A) Uf + Kf = Ui + Ki
(B) Uf + Kf > Ui + Ki
(C) Uf + Kf < Ui + Ki
Energy and
Clicker questions
6 October, 2014
Which force does the most work?
10 N
8N
6N
d
A
d
d
B
C
Which force does the most work?
10 N
8N
6N
d
A
d
d
B
C
Consider the two ramps shown. If the ramps are
frictionless, which one requires less work to
push a block from
P201 Clicker questions
12 Sept., 2014
Vectors 4
Consider the vectors P and Q. Which of the other four vectors in
the figure (A, B, C, and D) Best represent the direction of the
vector
P+Q
A
B
C
D
P
Q
Vectors 4
Consider the vectors P and Q. Which of the ot
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Oct. 16, 2014
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Constants
Accel. due to gravity
g = 9.80 m/s2
Gravitational constant
G = 6.67 1011
Mass of Earth
Radius of Earth (mean)
MEarth = 5.98 1024 kg
REarth = 6.38 103 km
Mass of Moon
Radius of Moon (mean)
MM oon = 7.35 1022 kg
RM oon = 1.74 103 km
Mass of Sun
Ra