# ASTR 1010: Astronomy of the Solar System

### School: Georgia State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 5

### Videos

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##### Spring-Mass System Dynamics with Hammer Impact

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Explore the intriguing dynamics of a spring-mass system, set in motion by a hammer's impact. Learn about period, frequency, amplitude, acceleration, position over time, and the total energy of this unique scenario.

##### Terminal Voltage Calculation for Battery with Resistors

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Unlock the secrets of battery performance in this video! We calculate the terminal voltage for a battery with internal resistance, connected in series with resistors of different values. Explore the effects of resistance on voltage in electrical circuits.

##### Estimating Car's Initial Speed from Skid Marks: A Physics Explanation

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Estimate a car's initial speed from skid marks using physics principles. Apply Newton's Second Law and equations of motion to deduce the initial velocity. Understand the role of frictional force in car deceleration during accidents.

##### Amusement Park Divers: Speed and Physics Analysis

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Step into the thrilling world of amusement park divers as we explore the physics behind their jaw-dropping stunts. Diving from a platform 21.3 meters (70 feet) above a pool of water, we investigate the announcer's claim that divers enter the water at a speed of 56 miles per hour (25 meters per second). We'll also uncover the possibility of divers leaping directly upward to achieve a specific water entry speed and examine the physical feasibility of such a feat. Join us for an educational journey

##### Newton's Third Law and Force Pairs: System of Interest Impact

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Delve into Newton's third law of motion and explore how the choice of the 'system of interest' influences whether force pairs cancel each other out.