Week 1 - Motion and SHM
Week 1 - Motion and SHM PHYS1033
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Oreofeoluwa on Saturday August 29, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHYS1033 at University of Cincinnati taught by Dr. Howard Jackson in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 123 views. For similar materials see Physics of Sound and Music in Physics 2 at University of Cincinnati.
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PHY51033001 PHYS 1033 Physics of Sound and Music Dr Howard Jackson Week 1 Motion Concepts of displacement velocity acceleration graphs 11 Fundamental Quantities Position symbols x and y The distance between two points Units metres inches feet Power SI symbol SI prefix 10 9 G giga 10 5 M mega 10 3 kK kilo 10 2 hH hecto 10 1 d M 10 2 c Lnti 10 3 m mII 10 5 u micro 10 9 n na no 1metre 100centimetres cm 1000millimetres mm Time t Unit seconds 5 Is 1000ms 1 000 000 us Velocity or Speed v Oreofeoluwa Oyelowo Velocity distance travelled in a specific direction per unit of time It includes magnitude speed and direction of motion Velocity is a vector quantity Speed distance travelled per unit of time no direction OR Speed is the magnitude of velocity Constant speed constant velocity if the direction is changing 1Page PHY51033001 Oreofeoluwa Oyelowo NOTE remembering the formula helps with the definitions and vice versa Example velocity distance Time Unit ms cms depending on the unit of distance in the equation given Acceleration a Change in velocity per unit of time A vector quantity Also includes deceleration which is acceleration in the direction opposite to the motion Unit msz cms2 depending on the unit of distance in the equation given Acceleration due to gravity 98ms2 Mass m The amount of matter present in an object Unit grams g 1kg 1000g 22lb Density p 6 Greek symbol RHO not the letter p Mass per unit volume Density vmume Unit kgm3 gcm3 depending on the units of mass or volume that you are working with Force F A push or a pull Unit is Newton N F mass X acceleration Fma Weight Weight is a force of gravity that acts on a body causing it to move towards the center of the earth or other celestial body Weight mass X acceleration due to gravity Different celestial bodies moon earth mars etc have different accelerations due to gravity therefore the same mass would weight differently Mass vs Weight Mass Weight Constant Changes as a result of different forces of gravity on different celestial bodies ZlPage PHY51033001 Pressure p 6 now this is a letter p Force per unit area Unit is Pascal Pa or Nm2 Oreofeoluwa Oyelowo Fundamental Symbol S Units Qty Position x and y m Time t 5 Velocity v ms Acceleration a ms2 Mass m g kg Density P kgm3 Force F N Pressure p Pa Table 1 Summary of Fundamental Quantities and Their Units BIPage
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