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## Study Guide 1

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# Study Guide 1 phys 201 Dr. Parmar

Grace Arbanas
WSU
GPA 3.6
physics 201
Dr. Parmar

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brief ideas to keep in mind for the exam
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physics 201
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Dr. Parmar
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Grace Arbanas on Thursday March 26, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to phys 201 Dr. Parmar at Washington State University taught by Dr. Parmar in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 197 views.

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Date Created: 03/26/15
WORK When the total mechanical energy of a system is lower the system is doing work on the enVironment CIRCULAR MOTION When an object is spinning in a circle there is centripetal force present pushing and keeping the object on the outside of the circle Imagine the Super Roundup ride in Silverwood The force of the spin keeps the people on the edge of the circle so they are able to stay in the ride without straps If someone were to be swinging on a rope at the lowest part of their swing there are two important forces acting down on the person graVity and centripetal force This means that the rope has to apply an equal and opposite force to balance out both forces Therefore the rope exerts a force equal in magnitude of the gravitational and centripetal forces combined The most important thing with physics is to identify what information you have what you need to find and from there pick the equation or equations that include all of that information and no more

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