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HW #6 WileyPlus Problem Solutions
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1. Focus on Concepts, Question 2 (d) The centripetal (
Practice Exam 1
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baton to runner B, who runs for the same distance in a direction south of east. The two
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Oct. 11, 2011
HW #7 WileyPlus Problem Solutions
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1. Focus on Concepts, Question 1(e) When the force i
Projectile Motion Formulas
A projectile is an object that is given an initial velocity, and is acted on by gravity. The path
the object follows is determined by these effects (ignoring air resistance)
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Formula Sheet for LSU Physics 2112, EXAM 1, Fall 2015
Units:
1 m = 39.4 in = 3.28 ft
1 mi = 5280 ft
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Oct. 19, 2011
HW #8 WileyPlus Problem Solutions
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1. Chapter 6, Problem 62 REASONING The work W done i
Practice Exam 2
Some constants you may need:
Mass of the earth = 5.98x1024 kg
Mass of the moon = 7.35x1022 kg
Radius of the earth = 6.38x106 m
Radius of the moon = 1.74x106 m
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Aug 31, 2011
HW#1 WileyPlus Problem Solutions
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1. Focus on Concepts, Question 7 : . (d) This is always the situation when an object a
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Sept. 14, 2011
HW #3 WileyPlus Problem Solutions
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1. Focus on Concepts, Question 3 (c) The acceleratio
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Sept. 21, 2011
HW #4 WileyPlus Problem Solutions
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1. Focus on Concepts, Question 1 (b) If only one fo
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Sept. 28, 2011
HW #5 WileyPlus Problem Solutions
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1. Focus on Concepts, Question 16 (c) The magnitude
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Activity: Trajectory Motion I
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upwards at 20 In] S at an angle of 60 above the horizontal.
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