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Pressure Problem 2 Solution
School: Johns Hopkins University
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 ...

Pressure Problem 1 Solution
School: Johns Hopkins University
Course: PHYSICS 101
A hydraulic press consists of a Upipe filled with oil, where the two vertical cylindrical columns have different diameters, as shown. Two students, each with mass , stand on an approximately ...

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

Answers to Homework (and Hints)
School: Johns Hopkins University
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 ...

Section 2D Motion Problem
School: Johns Hopkins University
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. ...

Rigid Body Dynamics Solutions
School: Johns Hopkins University
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) ...

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 ...

Physics Section Homework
School: Johns Hopkins University
Course: PHYSICS 101
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. ...