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## PHYSICS 111 Study Guide LAWS OF MOTION AND PROJECTILES

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# PHYSICS 111 Study Guide LAWS OF MOTION AND PROJECTILES PHY 111

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General Physics
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Prof Tsen
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Math, vector calculus
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Question: Determine the magnitude and direction of the displacement if a man walks 30km 45ᵒ north of east and then walks due east 20km. Sln: 20km 30km R 45ᵒ X direction 30cos 45+20= 41.21 Y direction 30sin 45=21.21 Resultant 2 2 0.5 R=(21.21 +41.21 ) =46 ᶿ= tan (21.21/41.21) 0 =27 o Qsn 1: A cruise ship leaving port travels 50km 45 north of west and then 70km at a heading 30 north of east. Find a) the components of the ship’s displacement vector and b) the displacement vector’s magnitude and direction. Sln: 50km 70km 45 o 30 0 X direction 70cos30 -50cos45 =25.266 Y direction 50sin45+70sin 30= 70.36N 2 2 0.5 b) R= ( 70.36 +25.266 ) =74.8 ᶿ=tan (25.266/74.8) = 70.2 north of east Projectile motion QSN: A ball is thrown so that its initial vertical and horizontal components of velocity are 40m/s and 20m/s respectively. Calculate the maximum height Sln: Using vertical components Time to reach maximum height V=u-gt T=u/g =40/9.81 =4.08 secs 2 Maximum height= ut-0.5gt =40(4.08)-0.5*9.8*4.08*4.08 =82m Qsn: A grasshopper jumps a horizontal distance of 1m from rest with an initial velocity at a 45ᵒ angle with respect to the horizontal. Find a) the initial speed of the grasshopper and b) the maximum height reached. Sln: Horizontal Displacement 1m= vcos45t ……………………………………………….1 Vertical displacement X=ut-0.5gt 2 0=Vsin45t-4.9t 2 T=0 or t=vsin45/4.9 ………………………………………………..2 Substituting 2 into 1 Vcos45Vsin45/4.9=1 V=3.13m/s b) maximum height x=0-(3.13sin45) /2*9.8 =0.250m

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