2
v0 sin 2
Range =
g
v final = v0 +at
x final = x0 +vavg t
Range = v x , avg t
12
at
2
2
= v0 +2a ( x final x0 )
x final = x0 +v0t +
v2
final
F = ma
Work = F d cos
1
Kinetic Energy = mv 2
2
Gravitational Potential Energy = mgh
Work = KE
FFriction = FNor
Towson University
PHYS 211: Physics I, Mechanics and Thermodynamics
Syllabus (Spring 2010)
Instructor: Dr. Matthew Abrams
Office: Smith 408
Office Hours: MWF 10am-10:45am, other times by appointment
Email: mabrams@towson.edu
Course Description: For Arts a
Physics 211
1.5 Unit Conversions
1.6 Significant Figures
1.7 Problem Solving
Chapter 1 Review
NOTE: NO LECTURE MONDAY
FEB 1
1.5 Unit Conversion
If a standard sheet of paper is 8.5 X 11
inches what is the size measured in cm?
We need to know a relationsh
Physics 211
2.1 Distance and Speed
2.2 Displacement and Velocity
2.3 Acceleration
NOTE: NO LECTURE MONDAY
FEB 1
Kinematics is the branch of mechanics that
describes the motion of objects without
necessarily discussing what causes the motion.
distance trav