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Sharon Stambouli
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This study guide covers what is going to be on our exam, including worked problems and important equations along with the formula sheet for this specific test. This includes all the notes for cha...
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This 10 page Study Guide was uploaded by Sharon Stambouli on Monday September 26, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PHY 2048 at Florida International University taught by in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see Physics without Calculus in Physics at Florida International University.


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Date Created: 09/26/16
Equation Sheet – PHYS–2350 2 Circular motion & Gravitation Frequency – period Velocity Centripetal acc. Centripetal force 1 2~ \0 \0 | = \ = &Ä= wÄ= g& =Äg } }   Banking with no friction Banking angle Net Acceleration 0 0 g\ \ ] = ] + ] 0 0 wxsin θ =  tan θ = c Ç Ä & = &Ç+ & É Gravity on planet of radius R Gravitational Force Universal G constant Kepler’s 3rd law and mass M g ⋅ g 0 0 = w = Ñ 9 0 Ö Ñ = 6.67×10 >99à ⋅ g âc } = 4~ ä }ã = äã v 0 c = Ñ m 0 ÑÖ }0 ä= å å Work and Energy Net Work Kinetic Energy Work – Energy principle (1) Gravitational potential energy ç = r ⋅ é = w _ cos M 9 0 oqs oqs oqs êë = g\ ç oqs= Δêë rv= gb → íë = gcR ç oqs= ç 9 ç + 0 0 Elastic potential energy Conservative work Mechanical energy Work – Energy principle (2) ç = ç + ç 9 0 oqs ñ xñ r = −âΔì → PE = â 0/ çñ= −Δíë ë = êë + íë ç xñ = Δêë + Δíë ç = ë − ë xñ 0 9 Nonconservative work – friction Conservation of energy Average Power Efficiency ë9= ë 0 ç ôë ç ôë íõús ç xñ = −w óò⋅ _ í = = í = = ö = êë 9 íë =9êë + í0 0 ôV ôV ôV ôV íùo Linear Momentum Momentum Newton’s 2nd Law Impulse Conservation of momentum ( r = 0) oqs û = gP ∆û û0− û 9 ü = ∆† = w∆V ∆û = 0 → û = û r = ∆V = ∆V = g] üoqs= ü9+ ü0+ ⋯ 9 0 Coefficient of restitution Elastic collisions Inelastic collision Center of mass = ñ° ,Rñ° P0− P 9 û = û û = û g u u £ = 9 0 9 0 /ñ° = §9− § 0 êë 9 êë 0 êë 9 êë 0 g u £ = 1 £ = 0 g R • → before collision R = u u \ → after collision \0+ • 0 \ +9• 9 \0= \ 9 ñ° g u Rotational Motion (1) Angular quantities: Angle–position Avg. angular velocity Instantaneous ™ Velocity–Angular velocity ôM ΔM _M / = M ™ = ™ = l∆Y→[ = \ = ™ ôV ∆V _V Avg. angular acceleration Instantaneous $ ™, frequency, and period Only if a is constant. 9 0 ô™ Δ™ _™ 2~ M = M [ ™ V[+ $V0 $ = $ = lim = ™ = 2~| = ™ = ™ + $V ôV ∆Y→[ ∆V _V } 0 0 [ ™ = ™ + [$ M − M [ Acceleration – $ Net Acceleration Rolling without slipping 0 0 & Ç $ & = &´+ & É /ñ° = ôM \ñ° = ™ &ñ° = $


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