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## College Physics I

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# College Physics I PHYS 1401

Ms. Keaton Hagenes

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Charles Coats

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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Ms. Keaton Hagenes on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHYS 1401 at Laredo Community College taught by Charles Coats in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 34 views. For similar materials see /class/222397/phys-1401-laredo-community-college in Physics 2 at Laredo Community College.

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ZUOdt2 Directed toward Centripetal center of curve Acceleration 2 aC v r aC r 002 Uniform Circular Mono Equations of motion for Angle Angular Speed and Angular Acceleration Radian Degree Revolution 1rev360 2 7t Connection between linearand angular Tangential Unit V quantltlesi Acceleration Newtons Acceleration Law of Universal Every object In the universe Is attracted to every other object Gravitation with a force that is directly proportional to their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them T Period Time per cycle f Frequency Cycles per time 1 Hertz 1 Hz 1 cps Amplitude Maximum displacement Periodic Motion Relation to Uniform Circular Motion y A sinuot A sin2139rf t Simple Harmonic v Aw coswt 21Tf A cos2139rf t I Oscillations a Auu2 sinuot 2139rf2 A sin2139rf t 002 y Inertia Inertia Newton39s Laws Of F m a Motion Action Reaction Forces Define weight Static Newton kg m Is2 Free Body Kinetic Units dyne g cm s2 Diagram Normal pound slug ft s2 Friction Force Coefficient of Friction VECTOR Product of C P d t moment arm and force r088 r0 UC Right Hand Rule r MomentArm F Force Torques T i r F mm i F d e Angle between Force and MomentArm Unit V d Distance to Line of Action Center of Gravity Define Center of Mass Gravity l 232388 Electro Weak EampM Weak Nuclear Strong Nuclear Translational equilibrium 2 F o E uilibrium Rotational Equilibrium Z 1 o q I Forces Diagrams Identify Machine Angles AMA Force Out Force In gimme Advantage Machines lMA Distance n Distance Out Ef ciency oeff 100 Work Out Work In Force acting through a distance in the direction of motion WFrFrcos6 MKS 1Joue1Nm1kgm2s2 f CGS 1erg1dynecm1gcm2s2 I BEU 1 ftIb Kinetic gravitational1 Energy K U Gm1m2r 9 Potential Energy U gravitational2 Energy The ability to do work spring Total Mechanical Energy Phys 1401 2425 Energy unit are work units The rate at which work is done or the rate at which energy is consumed or generated MKS 1 Watt 1 Joule second 1 kg m2 s3 units f CGS 1 ergsec Pdwdt BEU1hp550ftIbs746W Momentum is Mass Velocity Unit VI Impulse is Force Time Impulse Momentum Theorem Impulse equals Change In Momentum Original 2nd Law Elastic Collisions Conservation of Linear Momentum W Inelastic Collisions Conservation of Angular Momentum Conservation Laws Conservation of Energy Conservation of Charge

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