Solution for Open-Response Homework 24 Gravitation problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 24.1(Gravitational force between Earth
and Moon)
Problem:
What is the gravitational force by Earth on the moon? The mass of Earth is 5.97 1024 kg, the m
Solution for Practice Test 5 for Test 3
Solution to Practice Test Problem 5.1()
Problem: An object of inertia 0.5kg is hung from a spring, and causes it to extend 5cm. In an elevator
m
accelerating downward at 2 s2 , how far will the spring extend if the
Solution for Open-Response Homework 16 Work problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 16.1(Spring with Power and Impulse)
Problem: Consider a 1 kg block on a frictionless table traveling at a velocity of 2.5 m toward a relaxed perfectly
2
s
N
el
so therefore,
for minimum speed to escape the planets gravitational pull!
when calculating gravity for different planet.
IF
and happens at equilibrium
and happens at max pull of spring OR max height
when determining which string is heavier. The slower str
29:08] Exam 1A - C. A. Kletzing - Instructor - Fall 2013 ~
Read all the problems before starting work. Some may be easier than others. Good luck!
a
l . In the diagram, 2 has magnitude 12 m and B has magnitude 8 m. The x component of
a
a .
A 7 B 15 about:
Solution for Practice Test 3 for Test 2
Solution to Practice Test Problem 3.1(Two Bird Collision with Energy)
Problem: Two snow petrels are playing on an icy pond (you know eventually they are going to run into each
other, right?). Below is an x t graph o
Test Problem 3.1 A box is hanging by a very light strin
g from a second box. The second box is glued to the
ceiling of a freight elevator. Both boxes have an inertia of 0.25kg. The elevator starts from rest. moving upward
with a constant acceleration of 3
Solution for Open-Response Homework 22 Torque and statics problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 22.1(Hospital ladder)
Problem:
In the intensive care unit at Arlington Memorial Hospital, the
television sets are set in recessed areas high up t
Name: _ Date: _
1. An electromagnetic wave has an electric field with peak value 250 N/C. What is the
average intensity of the wave?
A) 0.66 W/m2
B) 0.89 W/m2
C) 83 W/m2
D) 120 W/m2
E) 170 W/m2
Use the following to answer question 2:
A linearly polarized
Name: _ Date: _
1. Complete the following statement: When an ebonite rod is rubbed with animal fur, the
rod becomes negatively charged as
A) positive charges are transferred from the fur to the rod.
B) negative charges are transferred from the rod to the
College Physics Final Exam Review Fall 2013
1. Vector addition or subtraction given components
2. 1-dimentional kinematics that involves gravity
3. Projectile motion, partially conceptual
4. Projectile motion computational
5. Newtons 2nd law algebraic, no
For our 2nd midterm, problems 4, 7, and 9 are relevant. (The rest
we looked at for Practice Midterm I)
Intro Physics II
Midterm Exam I
Spring 2013
(Form A)
You may use 3x5 notecard with notes of your choosing, and a scientific calculator
1. A point charge