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Assume a canister in a straight tube moves with a constant

College Physics, | 8th Edition | ISBN: 9780495386933 | Authors: Raymond A. Serway Chris Vuille, Jerry S. Faughn ISBN: 9780495386933 215

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Problem 2.56

Assume a canister in a straight tube moves with a constant acceleration of 4.00 m/s2 and has a velocity of 13.0 m/s at t 0. (a) What is its velocity at t 1.00 s? (b) At t 2.00 s? (c) At t 2.50 s? (d) At t 4.00 s? (e) Describe the shape of the canisters velocity versus time graph. (f) What two things must be known at a given time to predict the canisters velocity at any later time?

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HY 120/ Week 13 April 7 2016 Post War of 1812 Period/ Era of Good Feelings  Era of disaster for the Native Americans  After the war of 1812 the U.S expands  During the Post war of 1812 the U.S. is entering in an early capitalistic stage  Transitioning from agriculture to manufacture industry (industrial economy) o Everything changes when the economy changes  1819 the U.S goes through economic cycles (boom & bust cycles) o Occurs every 4 years the economy would boom & then bust o The cycles became regular every 4 years o This is caused by the transformation from one type economy to another type of economy  In this new economy (industrial & capitalistic) it is: o More disposal cash in this new economy o Greater demand for certain kind of goods & services  Leads to higher prices, land speculation, gambling, surpluses leads to lower prices, then the demand drops  Capitalism creates a lot of anxiety because they don’t know what’s going on in this new industrial manufacturing capitalistic economy o Affects the workers  Government is at the center of this new economy o Government wants settlement all the way to the pacific coast by white people o Wants white expansion o Government who has possession over land and turn around to sell it to the whites and to whoever they want to like big corporations such as railroads o Government also builds roads from coast to coast to build a network of communication o Promotes technology and inventions (1802) o During this period the U.S government is going to get in the business of encouraging inventions  Creates a very sophisticated and workable system of patents  The U.S. government wants to encourage private individuals of corporations to do things that the government thinks is in the interest of everybody o The U.S. comes up with protective tariffs-put taxes on imported goods to protect American manufactures—indirect government involvement & not free market o Public policy-the federal courts are going to keep making decisions that help create this big powerful capitalistic system  The U.S. wants to keep its position at being #1 advanced society in the world  Gibbons vs. Odden- who gets to control the commerce within the states (state or federal gov.) o The state says they control commerce within their borders o The federal gov. disagrees because their trying to create a commerce system that goes from state to state and once it crosses states lines it is in the federal hands (Interstate commerce) o The government is trying to create a powerful centralize commercial system  As a result, the states are going to compete for industry (goodies)  From the 1820’s to the Civil War is a time where some people engage in the idea of reform  This reform is known as “Romantic Reform” o People that are engaged in this reform are called romantic reformers o They want to stop the new change in the U.S industrialization, urbanization-the growth of cities, stop the flow of immigrants and go back to a simpler time o Called romantic because it’s never going to happen and is never going back to the small government system  Hudson River School-group of painters and artists (New York) o Hated the industrialization of urbanization and they painted landscapes not a person or city in site. Sometimes in the back of their paintings they showed smoke coming up o This was to show that if we keep polluting and changing to industrialization, they are going to lose nature and the land o These artist and painters had a lot in common with other reformers who were more focused on politics rather than art o Political and social reformers wanted to restore order in this fast moving changing society  Their solution was to impose a strict moral and social code back on the U.S. o Religion motivated political and social reformers (Christianity)  The leader of the religious reformers is Charles Finney (father of modern revivalism) o Believed sin is avoidable and sin is chosen. Individuals choose sin o Says there is no such thing of original sin  Utopians- radicals, group of people who believed perfect society, and paradise  Shakers- small set of radicals, this group refuse to modernize and will not tolerate electricity and automobiles o Gave women an opportunity  Political Utopians-Robert Owen, socialist  Socialist believe in equality, shared resources and most were in New England or Indiana. Most famous was in Massachusetts called the Brook Farm Commune  Henry David Thoreau a Utopian deliberate took himself out of the city and lived off the land for most of his life and wrote about it  Henry David Thoreau and other Utopians defines materialism as bad o Capitalism is all about materialism  Transcendentalists-another small group of radicals o Want to rise above capitalistic values  Mormons- group of religious radicals, believed in an utopian society of sinless people o Were a very prosecuted group, they started in New York and Canada and created a branch off Christianity o Didn’t believe in individual property o Only 100% religion that was created in the U.S.—most American of religion o Incorporate American values o Fastest growing religion in the world and Islam

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Textbook: College Physics,
Edition: 8
Author: Raymond A. Serway Chris Vuille, Jerry S. Faughn
ISBN: 9780495386933

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