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# Chapter 6 notes 80218 - PHYS 1220 - 001

Jacob Edwards
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Physics with Calculus I
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Chapter 6 When objects rub against each other friction is always present Static friction is when an object is at rest with respect to a surface that it39s in contact with it may exert a force parallel to the surface It is shown by the following formula FsmaleusFN s The coef cient of friction dependent on what the surface is FN Normal Force Kinetic Friction is always weaker than static friction and occurs when the object is moving The kinetic friction is found from the following formula FkZIukFN k coefficient of kinetic friction unitless Acceleration can be found by FT The force of tension Rolling friction occurs from one object rolling along a surface It is given by the following formula r coefficient of rolling friction Drag force is similar to friction but it acts in air or water For a small particle moving slow or a large particle moving through a liquid drag force is shown by FDZ bv b the experimental constant It is negative to show it39s moving opposite velocity v For the drag force on blunt objects What we mostly will work with drag force is shown by 1 FDZECPAVZ C The drag coef cient p The density of the medium A The object39s perpendicular crosssectional area v The speed of the objects 0 The magnitude of centripetal force is found by Centripetal force is a requirement of circular motion

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