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English 102 Final Portfolio Requirements
Due: Monday, December 5
Final Reflective Memo (see Midterm Memo handout on ecampus for memo
format): two pages that thoroughly answer the reflective questions on p.148
of JAC
Revised Small Argument (our first ess
English 102 Final Grade Sheet
Name:
Absences:
Participation (10%):
Exploratory Writing (20%):
Your total:
Points possible: 20
Final Portfolio (70%):
A = Superior portfolios consists of pieces of different genres (rhetorical analysis,
proposal, annotated b
Lesson 1-2 Review
Role Play 1
You will meet a Japanese staff from Nintendo
Japan who came to West Virginia to recruit
college students for the internship program.
Greet her and tell her about yourself. You
need to include: greeting words, full name,
sch
ASYMPTOTES TUTORIAL
Horizontal
Vertical
Slant
and Holes
Definition of an asymptote
An asymptote is a straight line which acts as a
boundary for the graph of a function.
When a function has an asymptote (and not all
functions have them) the function gets c
(Year)
(Month)
(Day)
Schedule of Stay
The schedules of stay in Japan of the visa applicant
Date
and
Activity Plan
Contact
1
others are as follows:
Accommodation
Bissell Inc.
Bissell Inc. Code of Conduct outlines expected behaviors for all Bissell Inc. employees. Bissell
Inc. will conduct its business fairly, impartially, in an ethical and proper manner, and in full
compliance with all applicable laws and regulati
Chapter Two
One-Dimensional Motion
Goals for Chapter 2
To describe straight-line motion in terms of velocity & acceleration
To distinguish between average & instantaneous velocity,
and average & instantaneous acceleration
To interpret graphs of positi
Conservative forces & P.E. functions
In two dimensions, the components of a
conservative force can be obtained from
its potential energy function using:
Fx = U/dx
example:
and
Fy = U/dy
general 3D result:
Conservative forces & P.E. functions
U(x) =
=
Ene
Clicker Question 1.1
Read Ahead!
Suppose you are using the variables
with units
Which choice is an invalid equation?
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Clicker Question 1.1
Read Ahead!
Suppose you are using the variables
with units
Which choice is an invalid equation?
A.
B.
Simple Harmonic Motion
& Uniform Circular Motion
y = A sin t
x = A cos t
The angular frequency is related to the frequency:
The frequency gives the number of
cycles per second
The angular frequency gives the number of
radians per second
y
x
Chapter 9
Clicker Question 1.5
Read Ahead!
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Clicker Question 1.5
Read Ahead!
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Clicker Question 1.6
Read Ahead!
Which statement about unit vectors
and dot & cross products is false?
A.
B.
C.
D. all of these are true
Clicker Question 1.6
R
Clicker Question 14.15
extra credit!
The four strings of a musical instrument are all made of the
same material and are under the same tension, but have
different thicknesses. Waves travel
A. fastest on the thickest string.
B. fastest on the thinnest stri
Clicker Question 7.6
Read Ahead!
The graph shows a conservative force Fx as
a function of x in the vicinity of x = a. As
the graph shows, Fx = 0 at x = a. Which
statement about the associated potential
energy function U at x = a is correct?
A. U = 0 at x
Clicker Question 2.15
Read Ahead!
If you toss a ball upward with a certain initial speed, it experiences
only gravity (i.e. it falls freely) and reaches a maximum height h.
By what factor must you increase the initial speed of the ball for it
to reach a m
Clicker Question 2.6
Read Ahead!
The position of an object moving along the x-axis is given by
x = 5.0 m + (4.0 m/s)t (2.0 m/s2)t2
Which of the following xt graphs
(graphs of position vs. time) is
correct for this motion?
x
0
A.
x
t
0
B.
x
t
0
C.
x
t
0
D.
Clicker Question 8.5
Read Ahead!
Block A on the left has mass 1.00 kg. Block B on the right has mass
3.00 kg. The blocks are forced together, compressing the spring.
Then the system is released from rest on a level, frictionless surface.
After the blocks
x = A cos t
v = -A sin t
a = -A2 cos t
y
x
PHYS101
Fall 2013
Clicker Question 14.1
This is an x-t graph for
an object in simple
harmonic motion.
At which of the following
times does the object have the
most negative velocity vx?
A. t = T/4
B. t = T/2
C.
Clicker Question 14.13
This is an ax-t graph for an object
in simple harmonic motion.
At which of the following
times does the object
have the most negative
displacement x?
A. t = 0.10 s
B. t = 0.15 s
C. t = 0.20 s
D. t = 0.25 s
five points!
Clicker Quest
Clicker Question M3.1
Review!
When you ride a bicycle, in what direction is
the angular velocity of the wheels?
A) backwards
B) up
C) to your left
D) to your right
E) forwards
L
Clicker Question M3.2
Review!
As you are leaving a building, the door ope
Q3.2
Clicker Question 3.3
The velocity and acceleration of an object at a certain instant are
At this instant, the object is:
A. speeding up and following a curved path.
B. speeding up and moving in a straight line.
C.
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its
Ilium!
2. (24 points) Angular motion. Show your work and expiain your reasoning.
A circular saw blade 26.0 cm in diameter starts from rest. In 3.10 s, it accelerates with constant anguiar
acceleration to an angular velocity of +6000 rev/min.
O
u = a
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Physics 111 Exam 1, Spring 2012
MULTIPLE CHOECE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. If you set the cruise control of year car to a certain speed and take a turn, the speed of the car will
remain the sa
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