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###### Pressure Problem 2 Solution

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Course: PHYSICS 101

Water flows from the pipe shown in the figure with speed . What is the height of the standing column of water? Pressure - Problem ...

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School: Johns Hopkins University

Course: PHYSICS 101

A hydraulic press consists of a U-pipe filled with oil, where the two vertical cylindrical columns have different diameters, as shown. Two students, each with mass , stand on an approximately ...

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###### Rigid Body Dynamics Problems

School: Johns Hopkins University

Course: PHYSICS 101

... The thread is wrapped around A many times, but it is attached to a fixed point on spool B, so that spool B will not rotate. 3 ... correct? If so, explain how. If not, explain why not. pulley thread floor A B

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Course: PHYSICS 101

... 1 0. Spreadsheet: (See Q00.pdf) HINTS: Refer to Section 2.4 and Section 2.5 in the textbook (Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday). ... correspondingly. b. You'd better write the equation step-‐by-‐step, which would help you get the ...

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###### Section 2D Motion Problem

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Course: PHYSICS 101

... The points A and B indicate the location of the ball at two different times (the ball moves from point A to point B), and point O indicates the origin of our coordinate system. ... as we move B closer to A? Explain why. ...

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Course: PHYSICS 101

... Since the string and pulley are massless ('ideal'), the tension force acting on spool A is the same as the tension force on spool B. So for each spool, the net force is simply Fnet = T − mg. (7) ...

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###### Acceleration in One Dimension Homework

School: Johns Hopkins University

Course: PHYSICS 101

Acceleration in one dimension The diagrams below depict a pair of strobe photos of ball rolling up and down a hill. (In a strobe photo, the position of the object is shown at instants of equal ...

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###### Physics Section Homework

School: Johns Hopkins University

Course: FINAL 500

Two submarines on a secret mission need to arrive at a place in the middle of the ocean at the same time. They start out at the same time from positions equally distant from the rendezvous point. ...

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School: Johns Hopkins University

Course: PHYSICS 202