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sols6
School: University Of California, Los Angeles
Course: PHYSICS 1A
... Therefore, Fsurface − Fcenter ≈ 2GMmD−3RM . This goes like D−3. 2. Compute the radial distance from Earth's center for a satellite to be in geosynchronous orbit that is, one where its period is 24 hours. Let M be the Earth's ma...

10_1425_web_Lec_09_CircularMotion
School: University Of Virginia
Course: PHYSICS 1425
Circular Motion Physics 1425 Lecture 9 Michael Fowler, UVa. A Cannon on a Mountain Back to Galileo one more time imagine a powerful cannon shooting horizontally from a high mountaintop: The path falls 5 m below a horizontal line in one s...

Assign2
School: Duke University
Course: PHYSICS 53L
Assignment 2 Reading: Kinematics 2 Key Concepts: Projectiles; circular motion. [In problems with numbers, use g = 10 m/s2 .] 1. Ball A and ball B are thrown with the same vertical component of initial velocity, but ball A is thrown at a 30° angle...

Lab 8 Circular Motion part 1
School: Oklahoma State University
Course: PHYSICS 2014
PHYSICS DEPT. Lab 8: Circular Motion, Part 1. Newton's 2 nd Law for Rotational Motion. Centripetal Acceleration. Acceleration ...
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Rotational Motion with Constant Torque
School: University Of South Carolina
Course: PHYS 201
... Abstract: In this experiment, a circular motion apparatus with a weightpulley system is used to measure the inertia of the system. The results from this process are compared to the theoretical calculation of inertia. Procedure: ...
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Tutorial 7 Solution
School: Brock University
Course: PHYS 1P21/91
Brock University Physics 1P21/1P91 Fall 2013 Dr. D'Agostino Solutions to Tutorial 7: Chapter 6, Circular Motion, Orbits, and Gravity The goals of this tutorial are: understand gravity and Newton's law of gravity ...

HW2
School: Cornell University
Course: PHYSICS 1112
... Ideas: Ideal Projectile motion Motion along curved paths with constant or changing speed Uniform & Nonuniform Circular Motion kinematics ...

anschp10
School: Los Angeles City College
Course: PHYSICS 3503
Chapter 10. Uniform Circular Motion Physics, 6 th Edition. Chapter 10. Uniform Circular Motion. Centripetal Acceleration. 101. A ball is attached to the end of a 1.5 m string and it swings in a circle ...

Uniform Circular Motion Project
School: Cameron High School
Course: PHYSICS 400
Uniform Circular Motion Project. Uniform circular motion can be described as the motion of an object in a circle at a constant speed. As ... circle. Since the direction of the velocity. Uniform Circular Motion. ...
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Lab 8 Circular Motion part 1
School: Oklahoma State University
Course: PHYSICS 2014
PHYSICS DEPT. Lab 8: Circular Motion, Part 1. Newton's 2 nd Law for Rotational Motion. Centripetal Acceleration. Acceleration ...

PHYS LAB 1[3]
School: University Of Texas, Arlington
Course: PHYS 1441
Rakin Haque 1001184575 PHYS 1441005 Table#7. Introduction. In this lab, students will investigate uniform circular motion using Newton's second law. Students will calculate the centripetal ...

experiment 5 motion
School: University Of South Alabama
Course: PH 201
Experiment No. 05 Uniform Circular Motion Submitted by: ... Centripetal force is the force which keeps the body to move in the circular motion. ...

Lab 9 Circular Motion part 2
School: Oklahoma State University
Course: PHYSICS 2014
PHYSICS DEPT. Lab 9: Circular Motion, Part 2. Conservation of Rotational Momentum and Mechanical Energy. Comparing ...
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sols6
School: University Of California, Los Angeles
Course: PHYSICS 1A
... Therefore, Fsurface − Fcenter ≈ 2GMmD−3RM . This goes like D−3. 2. Compute the radial distance from Earth's center for a satellite to be in geosynchronous orbit that is, one where its period is 24 hours. Let M be the Earth's ma...

10_1425_web_Lec_09_CircularMotion
School: University Of Virginia
Course: PHYSICS 1425
Circular Motion Physics 1425 Lecture 9 Michael Fowler, UVa. A Cannon on a Mountain Back to Galileo one more time imagine a powerful cannon shooting horizontally from a high mountaintop: The path falls 5 m below a horizontal line in one s...

Assign2
School: Duke University
Course: PHYSICS 53L
Assignment 2 Reading: Kinematics 2 Key Concepts: Projectiles; circular motion. [In problems with numbers, use g = 10 m/s2 .] 1. Ball A and ball B are thrown with the same vertical component of initial velocity, but ball A is thrown at a 30° angle...

phys lab 7 (16)
School: Temple University
Course: PHYSICS 1061
... Lab # 16. Statement of purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to study Newton's second law as it applies to an object in uniform circular motion. This experiment will help us analyze the motion of our mass as it moves in circular motio...
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1stLE Lecture 15  R5 Circular motion
School: University Of The Philippines Diliman
Course: PHYSICS 71
... 2 (also called centripetal acceleration, center seeking) Dynamics of circular motion 7 Given that ... freebody diagram are: Solving for v max : Summary: Dynamics of circular motion 20 Given that ...

Sol_172Spr15  Circular Motion
School: Purdue University
Course: PHY 172
Spring 2015 Physics 172 Recitation 6 Circular Motion Purpose: The purpose of this recitation is to give you some experience working with the ...

PHY2053 Physics 1, Test 1 Review
School: University Of South Florida
Course: PHY 2053
6. A superparticle travels forward along a straight cylindrical tube at 1000 m/s for 10 m and then travels at 800 m/s for the next 10 m. What is the average velocity? (Think of the position vs. ...

Phys102 – Bill's Keys to Success – Chapter 2
School: EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University
Course: PHYS 102
... Keys to Success Chapter 2Newtons Laws and GravitySummary of Important Equations Chapter 2Newtons 2nd Law: F = maWeight and Mass: W = mgLaw of Universal Gravitation: F = GMm/ d2Centripetal Force (circular motion): F = ma ...