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# MCAT Physics 1- Part 1: Kinematics and Newton's Laws

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I recently took a Princeton Review MCAT Boot Camp, and took daily notes on each topic they covered. This specific study guide is part 1 of a 10 part series that focuses on the most important inform...
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kinematics, Newton’s Laws, free fall, projectile motion, Motion equations
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Date Created: 01/13/16
MCAT Physics 1 Review This study guide will refresh and enhance your knowledge however it assumes you have a basic understanding of biology and chemistry 0 Units 0 Base SI units MKS system I Meter m I Kilogram kg I Second s 0 Power of ten prefixes MEMORIZE I Pico p 103912 I Nano n 10399 Micro 11 10396 Milli m 10393 Centi c 10392 Kilo k 103 Mega M 106 I Giga G 109 0 Displacement 0 Change in its position I Displacement Aposition position final position initial 0 Not to be confused with distance total length traveled 0 Velocity 0 Average velocity displacementtime O Vspeed amp direction I It s a vector has direction vs scalar magnitude 0 Acceleration 0 Average velocity Avelocitytime a AvAt O Uniformly Acceleration I A motion in which acceleration is constant I The Big Five 0 D12 VOVt missing a O V V0at missing d O D V0t12at2 missing V O DVt12at2 missing V0 0 V2 V022ad missing t 0 Kinematics with graphs 0 2types of graphs I Position vs time Slope gives velocity I Velocity vs time 0 Free Fall Slope give acceleration Area under graph is displacement 0 An object moving under the in uence of gravity g ignoring air resistance and buoyancy I 10 ms2 for the MCATS 0 Projectile Motion 0 This is the case of accelerated motion and free fall I It has a launch angle which 8 which provide the following structure I horizontal velocity will be constant throughout the ight um vi sin 9 g I Equations Vh Vi cos a Horizontal motion Vertical Motion Displacement XV0Xt Y Voytl2 gt2 Velocity VXV0X Constant Vy V0y gt acceleration AXO V0X V0 00360 Ay g V0y V0 sine GO I Vy0 at top of trajectory Mass Force and Newton s Laws 0 Force is a push or pull exerted by one object on another 0 Examples I Tension in a rope I Gravitational force by earth I Frictional force I Normal force I Electrical force Newton s 1St Law 0 A state of motion will no change unless a net force act on it I An object in rest will stay at rest an object in motion will stay in motion I No net force no acceleration O This is known as the law of inertia their natural resistance to change their state of motion Mass is the quantitative measure of inertia Newton s 211d Law 0 if Fnetis the total force acting on an object of mass then the resulting acceleration of the object I Fma O F is the sum of all forces 0 a0 doesn t mean object is not moving 0 Unit is a newton N kg X ms2 Newton s 3ed Law 0 If object 1 exerts a force on object 2 the object 2 exerts a force on object 1 I The forces are in opposite direction I They are said to be an actionreaction pair

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