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PHY 2053: Physics without Calculus I

School: Florida International University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 7

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Tennis Ball Momentum and Change in Direction
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Explore the physics of a tennis ball hitting a wall and its momentum changes. Learn about the original momentum, changes, and the concept of reference objects in this engaging video.

Principal Axes and Moments in Rotational Symmetry
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Unravel the mysteries of rotational symmetry and principal axes in this video. We prove the relationships between the axis of symmetry and principal axes, showcasing the equal principal moments. Join us for an exploration of the fundamental concepts of rigid body dynamics.

Physics Behind Normal Force: Car & Driver on a Hill's Rounded Top at S
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Unpack the concept of normal force on a sports car and its driver atop a hill. Utilize Newton's second law to calculate these forces based on speed and hill curvature. Discover the speed at which the driver feels weightless in the car.

Calculating Jet Engine Thrust for Cruising Speed
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Dive into the world of aviation as we calculate the thrust required for a medium-sized jet to maintain a cruising speed of 230 m/s at a specific altitude. Explore the impact of air density and drag coefficients on aircraft performance.

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Calculating Displacement: West and South Travel
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Learn how to calculate total displacement when traveling west and south at different speeds and durations. Explore the direction and magnitude of your journey in this informative video.

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