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# 416 Class Note for PHYS 211 at PSU

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D wt of J J39i Q IJ 5 v3 Q39f JVJ Q39i jj C 39 Isaac Newton 16421727 Introduces a quantitative description of the causes of motion embodied in the 2nd Law De nition of Force Force an action that changes the state of motion of an object a push or a pull Force is a vector A change in the state of motion is an acceleration Forces Examples ILLustrating the Vector Nature of Force llamas E I F D vveJ39J rm Ui p gg F a F392 ii F in e C 19 e W j C J JIFJC J Flt VECTO Mx quotrhe Jew 1 39JCJ of v 9 SEE b F r F2 I if C39L Q 53 I S NEWTON S FIRST LAW The Law of Inertia An object will remain stationary or move with a constant velocity unless acted on by an outside force Properties of Inertia 4 De nitions Inertia the property of an object that is characterized by a resistance to a change in state of motion ass quantity of inertia an object related to the quantity of material making up an object 4 Mass es here is called inertial mass 4 INERTIAL REFERENCE FRAMESquot NEWTON S SECOND LAW 1 An ofo oo J 39t WHJ aoooJorato in proportion 39to tho not resultant force acting on It 1nd 1n the object quotu m Inverse projoor39tjon to the rnass o39 I4 I4 4 Measuring Force Mass measured In Kg AceeJera39 en 13 measured In ms2 The unit e39f39ferce 13 Neyvien abbrevkried N 1 N 1 kgmls2 A Special Force WEIGHT of weight to mass 13 21 constant 9 F ma mg me where W 2 mg in y direction mg ma g2 E m NEWTONS THIRD LAW 4 For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction J NOTE The action and reaction are forces acting on two separate objects There are no other conditions on this law Newton s Third Law Illustrated Example 52 39 A quotquot 51 r n39 a I Problem Solving Techniques 1 f L DRAW a sketch diagram of the prdblem 2 Isolate the object whose motion is being analyzed quotand sketch all the forces 1 on e act This sketch is called a freo body diagram NOTE The normal force is the force on an object perpendicular to the surfaces or objects in contact Problem Skoing Techniques e Th I I A E f D O quotJ J 3 The Free Body Diagram 1 Draw free Body Diagram 2 Draw vector forces W r coordinate system Problem Solving Techniques 2 3 Determine a convenient coordinate system 4 Determine the vector sum of the forces Find the components of each force and the sum of the components in each direction 5 Apply Newton s Second Law in each direction 6 Solve the problem using simultaneous equation techniques if necessary 7 Check your work Find the tension T and acceleration a Sildil 151 block 539 M 3 I l 39 quot a PM gt A a a 7 139 nc um Icss A I T K x m surfncr 1 y 39 Handing Hanging a Sliding 1 2 H 1 H 7 block H ng block S J 01 15 b De nition of Equilibrium J Eguilibrium the state of an object at rest or moving with a constant velocity EXAMPLE 1 Static Equilibrium Determine the Tension in each 59ch for the system shown Block EXAMPLE 2 Inclined Plane Problem A 2 kg block begins from rest and slides down a 15 frictionless incline What is its acceleration EXAMPLE 2 The Free Body Diagram more THE CHOICE OF COORDINATE SYSTEM

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