Rating Car Batteries Car batteries are rated by the following two numbers: (1) cranking the battery can produce for 30.0 seconds while maintaining a terminal voltage of at least 7.2 V and (2) reserve of minutes the battery can produce a 25-Acurrent while maintaining a terminal voltage of at least 10.5 V. One particular battery is advertised as having 905 cranking amps and a 155-minute reserve capacity. Which of these two ratings represents the greater amount of energy delivered by the battery?

Lectures 6 a nd 7 Relative Motion Motion from other p erspectives Uniform Circular Motion Speed is fixed Velocity and acceleration n ot 0 Directionally changing velocity Acceleration called “radial or centripetal” acceleration EQUATION a = v 2 c r Time it takes to complete one revolution is one “period”, T (in seconds) EQUATION v = 2πr = 1 circumference T 1 period Rotational (Angular) Rotation θis ositive g oing counterclockwise f rom p ositive xaxis (x,y) or (r, θ s coordinates arc length