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PHYSICS 202: General PHYSICS

School: University of Wisconsin - Madison

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 28

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Calculating Average Acceleration for a Sports Car
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Explore the world of high-performance sports cars and learn how to calculate their average acceleration when accelerating and coming to a stop.

Determining Mercury's Latent Heat of Fusion Using Calorimeter Data Exp
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Discover how to calculate the latent heat of fusion of mercury using calorimetry. Grasp the role of thermal equilibrium in heat transfer calculations. Derive the value of mercury's latent heat of fusion based on experimental data.

Advantages of Laboratory-Based Measurement Standards
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Discover the key reasons why measurement standards rooted in laboratory procedures offer advantages over standards based on specific objects, like the international prototype kilogram. Dive into the world of metrology and standardization in this informative video.

Time and Distance: Comparing 85 km/h and 115 km/h Cars
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In this video, we explore the concept of time and distance as we compare two cars traveling at different speeds along a straight highway. We'll calculate when the faster car arrives at a destination 16 km away and find out how far they must travel for it to arrive 15 minutes before the slower car. Join us for an engaging journey through the world of physics and velocity!

Motorcycle vs. Bicycle Acceleration Comparison
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Explore the fascinating comparison between the acceleration of a motorcycle going from 80 km/h to 90 km/h and a bicycle accelerating from rest to 10 km/h in the same time frame.

Comparing Single-Pane and Double-Pane Heat Loss Ratios
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Explore the world of thermal insulation and heat loss in this video. We compare single-pane and double-pane windows, calculating the heat loss ratio. Delve into the fascinating science of heat transfer and insulation factors. Join us to uncover the secrets behind energy-efficient windows.

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