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Week 2 - PHYS 1750 Notes

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Week 2 - PHYS 1750 Notes PHYS1750

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Week of August 31. Total of two lectures. Clicker questions not included.
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This 5 page Class Notes was uploaded by Emily Notetaker on Monday September 7, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHYS1750 at University of Toledo taught by Anderson,L in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 36 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Physics in Natural Sciences and Mathematics at University of Toledo.

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computation but it is useful for drawing the diagram of the pmblam What do we mean by vector components What is a direction cosine How do we add or subtract vectors using campanents Be able to add or subtract vectors using components Text problems 315 318 320 324 the rst part PHYS I75 D il i TI ti CS Text 34 j i 3 MDuchamn 1912 Descmdr39ng a Staircase 2 PHYS H50 2D Kinematics Text 34 Curved line path Honzomal arrow hoirizomali displacement x Vertical arrow vertical displacement z Diagnnai armw linlsllmltanenus displacement from the migin d a JIXHZH Or three components in a 31 rectilinear coondinate 5Mem PHYS WED ED Kinematic5 Text 324 The 3 i5 with SI units meii jEiEfsemnd Th 39 39 the avenge valEntity in the limit D f a HEW rssmallll time ii tEW i 1 Such thatthE Humanity dunE5 mt have time ta change significantly Ever the inter uaL l E l 1 IV PHYS 11750 2D Kinematics Text 34 The aver a time interval At vecror is alwafo parallel 12gt W path The vet a time interval At 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vxiot 2t z vizier 05 93 t2 Say we are given an initial speed and angle above horizontal 1Decompose initial speed into emu and v21 with cosine and sine 25olve Wait vz 98 t U to get time at top of trajectory 3Solve other equations for distances PHYS 1750 2D Kinematics Text 34 Exercises with the acceleration at gravity Example How far does a shotput travel it a shotput ball leaves the thrower from 20 meters above the ground at an angle 015346 above the horizontal and with a speed c til vz O wasHead velooi39tva is O 9 yawd toLltZS A a Example How far Cloes a shotput travel V20 0 taf lroiQJc if a shotput hall leaves the thrower from 20 meters above the h l s t 0 less ground at an angle of 343 above the horizontal and with a speed wig 39 of 12 ms what is its horizontal dsi39 n nt from the release 9 39 quot Zetj 39 l g h when it hits the ground 39 3 4 V20 as 5amp0 13 x 39oflR cos 34 N t Q q S v t on z 12 ms 34 m ms vi L z are 98t 57 98t mfs a When the hall reaches the top of the trajectory gait D lo 57 98t gt t ass 5 foxoocz O W i 0 gs 5 How high is it then zit zvt 2o45 23 43 m cm I LJ AkltOCaQ How long to fall to the ground 43 05 I 98 t2 gt t 094 5 Total time in the air 058 DB4 162 s so x v 162 16 m PHYS 1750 ED Kinematics Text 34 o i39l 39 Review questions What is displacement Velocity Acceleration What are their units Understand ancl be able to use the rev39aalohal formulae assuming constant acceleration ill a straigth lirIe path What is the acceleration of gravity at the swnlace of the Earth 9L9 Ilow long Cloes it take an object to tall ll m on Earth y Solve10205 g r2 for r OLD IS e a 063 Understand that one can separate horizontal and vertical motions and analyze them independently a 2 A horizontal rille shoots a bullet 95 m to a targEt During ight the quot11 cm hullet drops 75 cm llow fast was the bullet traveling 39 Solve 0075 05 g r2 for r then fintl V 95ft a What is the height oil a projectile when it is a dlistance Xlrom the 5 m release if the components of the 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