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Programming Concepts

by: Mrs. Lue Goyette

Programming Concepts CPSC 121

Mrs. Lue Goyette
Cal State Fullerton
GPA 3.84


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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mrs. Lue Goyette on Wednesday September 30, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CPSC 121 at California State University - Fullerton taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 46 views. For similar materials see /class/217068/cpsc-121-california-state-university-fullerton in ComputerScienence at California State University - Fullerton.

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Physics 225 Final Exam Study Guide This is an outline for the upcoming exam You may use one page of notes like on the quizzes You may NOT use this study guide on the exam or anything else typed ALL NOTES MUST BE HAND WRITTEN 18 multiple choice and 3 free response questions Given the acceleration of an object as a function of time and the initial velocity determine how long it takes for it to stop Be able to nd the X and y components of a vector sum given the two original vectors Be able to nd the acceleration of an object if you are given the velocity as a function of time Determine the tension in a string given a mass accelerating downward Study centripetal force problems Look at problems involving work done on an object being pushed up an incline Look at conservation of energy problems involving objects running into springs and coming to a stop Practice ballistic pendulum problems Be able to nd the torque on an object when given the objects change in angular speed and rotational inertia Look at problems involving objects rolling down inclines Practice torque problems involving a man on a ladder Find someone s weight on a different planet given data about the new planet Practice problems involving escape velocity Find the amplitude of a oscillating spring given a initial stretch and velocity Find the angular frequency of a damped oscillator Determine wave speed given the equation of a wave Given the length of a string determine which wavelengths can t on that string Find the maximum velocity of a particle undergoing simple harmonic motion Determine the force on a person due to a spaceship during takeoff from some planet Practice problems involving perfectly elastic collisions Practice problems involving standing waves with given initial conditions


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