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## PHYS 2010 - Chapter 1 Notes Week 1

by: Nancy Kanarski

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# PHYS 2010 - Chapter 1 Notes Week 1 PHYS 2010

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Physics I – Week 1 notes  August 22­26  2 Branches of Physics  Classical  o Classical mechanics o Thermodynamics o Fluid mechanics o Electromagnetism o Optics o Wave mechanics  Modern o Special relativity and general relativity o Quantum mechanics o Nuclear physics o Statistical mechanics o Condensed Matter Forces  Contact: force is applied through collision  o (Force=mass x acceleration)  Field: force on object comes from its location in natural potential field o Position of earth and orbit around the sun Interaction (force) Strength Range Strong 1 10 m5  Electromagnetic 10­2  ­6 ­17  Weak 10 10 m Gravitational 10­43  Structure  Concept: idea or physical quantity  Law: mathematical relationship btw. physical quantities  Principle: general statement on how nature operates  Model: representation of physical system  Hypothesis: model not confirmed through experimentation  Theory: confirmed hypothesis through experiments Unit of Measurement  International standard (SI) o Length – meter (m) o Mass – kilogram (kg) o Time – seconds (s) Kilo 10 3 Giga 10 9 Milli 10 ­3 Nano 10 ­9 Mega 10 6 Tera 10 12 Micro 10 ­6 Pico 10 ­12 Scientific Notation m x 10 n  m: mantissa 1.0 < m < 10  n: exponent ­ < n <   multiplication: 10  x 10  = 10m+n m n m­n  division: 10 /10  = 10  raising to a power: (10 )  = 10mn Coordinate System  Cartesian coordinate o 2­D (x, y) o 3­D (x, y, z)  Polar coordinates  o 2­D (r, )  Conversion o Polar to Cartesian  x = rcos  y = rcos o Cartesian to polar  r = 2 2 √ x +y  tan = y/x Dimensional Analysis m ar 2 a = G 2       G =     r m ­2 [a] = LT      [r] = L    [m] = M −2 2 [G] =  LT L       [G] = L T M     [G] = m s kg ­1 M  brackets: what are the dimensions? Exponentials and Logarithms y = ax x = logay  product: loga(xy) = logax +logay  quotient: loga(x/y) = loa x – loa y  power: log (a ) = nlog y a  base 10: log  a log =10 g  base e: natural log: log  a log  e nl Scalars and Vectors  Scalar: magnitude only (mass, temperature, speed)  Vector: magnitude and direction information (velocity, force)

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