### PreparED Study Materials

# PHY 2048: Physics with Calculus I

### School: Florida International University

**Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 22**

### Notes

#### Exam 1 problems for studying (Physics)

PHY 2048

Florida International University

4 pages | Fall 2016

### Study Guides

### Videos

##### 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.