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PHYS 1510 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Euclidean Vector, Cartesian Coordinate System, Acceleration

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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Quiz: day 24

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PHYS 2040 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Superpartner, Lewis Carroll, Work Function

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16 Feb 2019
Go on till you come to the end; then stop. lewis carroll: (10 marks) The photon scatters through an angle of 45 . What is the wavelength of the scatter
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PHYS 2040 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Inelastic Collision, Laboratory Frame Of Reference

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Eternity is very long, especially towards the end. woody allen: (10 marks) A young inventor combined a timer with a laser pointer (call the device a la
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Projectile Motion

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15 Oct 2018
Projectile motion: a form of motion experienced by an object that is throen near the moves along a curved path under the action of gravity only. Note:
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture 1: Day 1

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15 Oct 2018
Moodle gives you extra exercises ( not graded) Electronics equipment equipment with internet is not permitted. If you must have a cellphone turn it off
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Snow Field, Resultant Force, The Crate

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15 Oct 2018
27/09/18 the x- and y- dimensions of projectile motion can be separated: time is the only common parameter b/w vertical. & horizontal motion: horizonta
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Terminal Velocity

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15 Oct 2018
Assignment 2 is due on thursday 4:00 pm. Question answer: acceleration on y axis and time on x axis. Sometimes we use convenience in experiment instead
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture 18: day 18

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30 Jan 2019
Measure of how diffciutl ti is to bring soemthing to a srop. Linear mometum: (p) with vecotr arrow on top - of a n object that has a mass m with a cert
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Net Force, Resultant Force, The Crate

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15 Oct 2018
Nuclear weak: electromagnetism (radioactive decay) f= m x a (inversely proportiante) a= f/m m= f/a. Dynmaics: the study of forces and their effects. Fo
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PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: William Lawrence Bragg, Protractor, Net Force

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15 Oct 2018
Quiz - conversion rates (they will be given) Is there a standard way to show how you got the answer (no standard way) (teacher solves problem different
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PHYS 1510 Lecture 4: day 4: physics

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15 Oct 2018
1dollar 47 cents - product of canada (poor units - not very clear) is it per pound, per kg, usd or our own canadian dollar? (its implicit and explicit)
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Euclidean Vector, Mass, Resultant Force

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15 Oct 2018
An object that was set in motion in past by some force, but that is no longer being acted on by a net force is moving but with zero acceleration. Arist
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Medical Equipment, Mechanical Energy, Thermal Energy

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30 Jan 2019
Work is what is done by a force on an object when an object with or agianst that force, and is mathematically defined as. Let the force that lifts and
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PHYS 1510 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Caesium, Kilogram, Nanometre

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18 Oct 2011
1 kg is approximately equal to 2 lb. The hydrogen atoms contain 1 electron each, and the oxygen atom brings eight electrons. 1. 3: dimensional analysis
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PHYS 1510 Chapter Notes - Chapter chapter 10: Projective Test, Human Sexual Response Cycle, Thalamus

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22 Jan 2019
Pg 459: although jackson had a huge breakfast and felt full when he arrived at work, he could not resist eating three of the donuts that a colleague br
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PHYS 1510 Chapter 20: day 21

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30 Jan 2019
20. 1 electric potential energy in a uniform electric field. Use electrical potential energy in problems involving uniform electric fields. Describe th
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Euclidean Vector, Cartesian Coordinate System, Acceleration

38 Page
20 Nov 2018
Moodle gives you extra exercises ( not graded) Electronics equipment equipment with internet is not permitted. If you must have a cellphone turn it off
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YORKPHYS 1510Cody StorryFall

PHYS 1510 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Caesium, Kilogram, Nanometre

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18 Oct 2011
1 kg is approximately equal to 2 lb. The hydrogen atoms contain 1 electron each, and the oxygen atom brings eight electrons. 1. 3: dimensional analysis
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Quiz: day 24

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30 Jan 2019
Electric current is amasure of how much charge moves thorugh a region per unit time. The conventional current was describe and establsihed as the direc
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Projectile Motion

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15 Oct 2018
Projectile motion: a form of motion experienced by an object that is throen near the moves along a curved path under the action of gravity only. Note:
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture 1: Day 1

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15 Oct 2018
Moodle gives you extra exercises ( not graded) Electronics equipment equipment with internet is not permitted. If you must have a cellphone turn it off
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Snow Field, Resultant Force, The Crate

11 Page
15 Oct 2018
27/09/18 the x- and y- dimensions of projectile motion can be separated: time is the only common parameter b/w vertical. & horizontal motion: horizonta
View Document
YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Chapter Notes - Chapter chapter 10: Projective Test, Human Sexual Response Cycle, Thalamus

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22 Jan 2019
Pg 459: although jackson had a huge breakfast and felt full when he arrived at work, he could not resist eating three of the donuts that a colleague br
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Chapter 20: day 21

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30 Jan 2019
20. 1 electric potential energy in a uniform electric field. Use electrical potential energy in problems involving uniform electric fields. Describe th
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Terminal Velocity

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15 Oct 2018
Assignment 2 is due on thursday 4:00 pm. Question answer: acceleration on y axis and time on x axis. Sometimes we use convenience in experiment instead
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture 18: day 18

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30 Jan 2019
Measure of how diffciutl ti is to bring soemthing to a srop. Linear mometum: (p) with vecotr arrow on top - of a n object that has a mass m with a cert
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Quiz: day 24

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30 Jan 2019
Electric current is amasure of how much charge moves thorugh a region per unit time. The conventional current was describe and establsihed as the direc
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Chapter 20: day 21

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30 Jan 2019
20. 1 electric potential energy in a uniform electric field. Use electrical potential energy in problems involving uniform electric fields. Describe th
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture 18: day 18

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30 Jan 2019
Measure of how diffciutl ti is to bring soemthing to a srop. Linear mometum: (p) with vecotr arrow on top - of a n object that has a mass m with a cert
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Medical Equipment, Mechanical Energy, Thermal Energy

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30 Jan 2019
Work is what is done by a force on an object when an object with or agianst that force, and is mathematically defined as. Let the force that lifts and
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Crumple Zone, Negative Mass

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30 Jan 2019
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YORKPHYS 1510myriam mongrainFall

PHYS 1510 Chapter Notes - Chapter chapter 10: Projective Test, Human Sexual Response Cycle, Thalamus

5 Page
22 Jan 2019
Pg 459: although jackson had a huge breakfast and felt full when he arrived at work, he could not resist eating three of the donuts that a colleague br
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Euclidean Vector, Cartesian Coordinate System, Acceleration

38 Page
20 Nov 2018
Moodle gives you extra exercises ( not graded) Electronics equipment equipment with internet is not permitted. If you must have a cellphone turn it off
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YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Net Force, Resultant Force, The Crate

2 Page
15 Oct 2018
Nuclear weak: electromagnetism (radioactive decay) f= m x a (inversely proportiante) a= f/m m= f/a. Dynmaics: the study of forces and their effects. Fo
View Document
YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Euclidean Vector, Mass, Resultant Force

2 Page
15 Oct 2018
An object that was set in motion in past by some force, but that is no longer being acted on by a net force is moving but with zero acceleration. Arist
View Document
YORKPHYS 1510Ozzy MermutFall

PHYS 1510 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Snow Field, Resultant Force, The Crate

11 Page
15 Oct 2018
27/09/18 the x- and y- dimensions of projectile motion can be separated: time is the only common parameter b/w vertical. & horizontal motion: horizonta
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