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PHY 2048: Physics with Calculus I

School: Florida International University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 22

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Why Does Hot Concrete Feel Hotter than a Rug in the Summer?
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Uncover the science behind a common sensation - why hot concrete feels hotter than a rug at the same temperature on a scorching summer day. We'll explore the factors at play in this intriguing phenomenon and provide a clear understanding of the science behind it.

Electric Watch Crystal: Frequency to Period Conversion
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Uncover the secrets of watch crystals in this video! We convert the frequency of a quartz crystal used in electric watches into its period. Join us to explore the principles of timekeeping and crystal oscillations.

Calculating k, Amplitude & Frequency for Fisherman's Scale
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In this video we tackle the real-world physics problem of calculating the spring constant for a fisherman's scale along with the amplitude and frequency of its vibrations when a fish is added. We use Hooke's Law to find the spring constant and then apply oscillation formulas to determine the amplitude and frequency of the fish's vibrations

Highway Lane Dividers: Musical Notes & Speed Calculation Explained
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Discover the physics behind the musical notes produced when car tires interact with highway lane dividers. This video explains the "stick-slip friction" phenomenon and its relation to tire vibrations. Learn how analyzing sound frequencies can offer insights into vehicle speeds

Calculating Forces & Work for 330-kg Piano on 28° Incline
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In this video we break down a complex physics problem about a 330-kg piano sliding down a 28° incline while a man resists its motion. We meticulously calculate the force exerted by the man work done by various forces including friction and gravity and the net work done on the piano.

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.

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