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PrinciplesPhysicsMechanics PHYS0004A

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63358 2305PM MIlecitationWlab Section 63246 9301035AM TliecitationWlab Section 54750 11001205PM TRecitation Th lab Section 55803 12451z50PM TIlecitationThlab Conceptual Quiz Wednesday Read Syllabus Log onto Webassign ASAP sierracollege 1649 2830 ll Log onto Computers Lab software can be obtained from desktop of computers in lab Check course web page once a week Sign prerequisite certificate form High School Physics amp Math 30 Visit Physics Tutoring Center LRC Log in when entering Physics Tutoring Center Log in when entering lab S107 Read Chapters 1 amp 2 Write the last four digits of your Sierra College ID in textbook Homework and problem solving will be discussed in Recitation u 1A J QWLA a Hem we Md q 3 waxk m a 33 LE Kw Ll 393 I 6 30 313 quotCL 139 K AK quotLY uh 52m E mo 6 34 0 4A 11409 Example A particle moves along the x axis according to the equation x300400t200t2 where x is in meters and t is in seconds What are the position velocity and acceleration at t3005 Plot their 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000 m t H230 qat 1otlooo o 3920 i 90m 2quot 1cm 1m 31063 Lucas 3V11Q A 6 o Vt 34 bkbai gs A a U a 330 2 4m quot I 1 SM 3 gt C OODM SIM 4A012109 5 Yle M W LqxoWss 3 iWs J 34quot 2 m mi Z 4A 012109 QUIZ 1 SPRING 2009 1 George drives from town Ato town B and back to town A in 2 hours The distance between town A and town B is 60 miles What is the average velocity for the entire trip A 0 mph B 30 mph C 60mph D 120mph 2 An object moves with velocity in xdirection with constant acceleration a After 3 seconds its acceleration changes to a constant value a Which of the following statements is true regarding the motion of the object upon this sudden change in acceleration A lts velocity and displacement become negative B lts velocity is positive but its displacement is negative C lts position and velocity decrease D lts position increases but its velocity decreases E lts position and velocity increase 3 What mathematical function describes the position vs time graph of an object moving in a straight line with constant negative acceleration 4 Give an example of an object slowing down and undergoing a positive acceleration


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