# All Educational Materials for PHYS UN1401 at Columbia University

## Trending

Frequently-seen exam questions from 2014 - 2018.

6 Page
31 Jan 2019
View Document

4 Page
31 Jan 2019
View Document

## MATH V1205 Columbia Spring01Mid1Ans

2 Page
31 Jan 2019
Midterm examination #1 answers: february 14, 2001: a ladybug is hovering at the point (x, y, z) = (0, 1, 2). The temperature is given by the function f
View Document

## practice_exam2_v2

15 Page
31 Jan 2019
Exam 2 is 11:40 am th, nov 1 2018. Instructions (1) as soon as you receive the materials, do not open them, but do the following: On side 2 of the bubb
View Document

## Final Exam 2

24 Page
31 Jan 2019
View Document

13 Page
31 Jan 2019
Be certain you have all thirteen (13) exam pages and a bubble sheet. On the exam cover sheet, fill in your name. On the bubble sheet: on side 2 of the
View Document

13 Page
31 Jan 2019
View Document

4 Page
31 Jan 2019
View Document

1 Page
31 Jan 2019
View Document

1 Page
31 Jan 2019
View Document

## Popular Professors

View all professors (1+)

## Popular Class Notes

COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 7: 7DotProduct

1 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 19: 19Rolling

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 4: 4Vectors

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 1: 1Fundamental-DerivedQuantities

1 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Emergence, Thermodynamics, Starvation

8 Page
4 Jan 2020
Question : what is the probability that at random all. 2 ri consider two systems a and b , with some particles . # of distributions for box a is ra and
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Laminar Flow

4 Page
4 Jan 2020
Gasses wmpretssible liquids incompressible volume does not change. Foruagexaerted ( p ) ( f ) Pascal "s principle : the pressure at all points of a flu
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Angular Velocity, Parallel Axis Theorem, Xm Satellite Radio

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
Consider a single mass m distance r from the mass rotating with angular velocity w around an axis that is at a axis m kinetic energy of mass. Now imagi
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 2: 2GraphicalAnalysis

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Angular Momentum, Angular Velocity, Emv

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
View all (20+)

## Popular Textbook Notes

COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Momentum, Water Slide, Order Of Merit

11 Page
4 Jan 2020
Example: energies at an amusement park water slide id, m - O = emecz - emea t d eth. Finastate initiate compressed of glider , rest on ground - spring
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Angular Momentum, Ibm System I, Impulse Tracker

4 Page
4 Jan 2020
Individual particle that moves along path relative to fixed point. Example: torque on a particle due to a force: =fz=fs - What is the torque , about th
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
(b) the sloth drops to the ground . For each choice of reference point , what is the change su in the potential energy of due to the fall ? the sloth -
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Angular Velocity, Angular Acceleration, Parallel Axis Theorem

8 Page
4 Jan 2020
10. 1 rotational variables y refine pete rare length o ( angular position ) Oz - o ( angular displacement ) x. Yi l average angular velocity ) rotation
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter 12: Equilibrium and Elasticity

3 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Fiz Brown, Net Force, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes

6 Page
4 Jan 2020
Myhre ( newton "s law of gravitation ) Principle of superposition - a net effect is the sum of the individual effects : first compute the individual gr
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Vector Notation, Mi5, Mark-To-Market Accounting

5 Page
4 Jan 2020
Ex ) what is the acceleration of the puck ( one dimensional forces ) ( at lb ) ( c : t x. Ez - 2=10. 2 kg ) a a = - 5. 7 mls " Ex ) two - dimensional f
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Friction, Centripetal Force, Circular Motion

4 Page
4 Jan 2020
Applied force has overwhelmed the static frictional force . Weak frictional force . mg fs . max. If the magnitude of the component of f" that is parall
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Junkers D.I, Junkers J 1, Reggiane Re.2000

8 Page
4 Jan 2020
0. 8 (cid:80)/(cid:86) (cid:89) = 4 g (cid:90) = (cid:80) K(cid:507) = kf (cid:237) ki = w d (cid:88)(cid:80) (cid:82)f all (cid:90)(cid:82)(cid:85)k b
View Document
View all (9+)

## Most Popular

COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 7: 7DotProduct

1 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Momentum, Water Slide, Order Of Merit

11 Page
4 Jan 2020
Example: energies at an amusement park water slide id, m - O = emecz - emea t d eth. Finastate initiate compressed of glider , rest on ground - spring
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Angular Momentum, Ibm System I, Impulse Tracker

4 Page
4 Jan 2020
Individual particle that moves along path relative to fixed point. Example: torque on a particle due to a force: =fz=fs - What is the torque , about th
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 19: 19Rolling

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 4: 4Vectors

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture 1: 1Fundamental-DerivedQuantities

1 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Emergence, Thermodynamics, Starvation

8 Page
4 Jan 2020
Question : what is the probability that at random all. 2 ri consider two systems a and b , with some particles . # of distributions for box a is ra and
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
(b) the sloth drops to the ground . For each choice of reference point , what is the change su in the potential energy of due to the fall ? the sloth -
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Laminar Flow

4 Page
4 Jan 2020
Gasses wmpretssible liquids incompressible volume does not change. Foruagexaerted ( p ) ( f ) Pascal "s principle : the pressure at all points of a flu
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Angular Velocity, Parallel Axis Theorem, Xm Satellite Radio

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
Consider a single mass m distance r from the mass rotating with angular velocity w around an axis that is at a axis m kinetic energy of mass. Now imagi
View Document

## Most Recent

COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Momentum, Water Slide, Order Of Merit

11 Page
4 Jan 2020
Example: energies at an amusement park water slide id, m - O = emecz - emea t d eth. Finastate initiate compressed of glider , rest on ground - spring
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Fiz Brown, Net Force, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes

6 Page
4 Jan 2020
Myhre ( newton "s law of gravitation ) Principle of superposition - a net effect is the sum of the individual effects : first compute the individual gr
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Vector Notation, Mi5, Mark-To-Market Accounting

5 Page
4 Jan 2020
Ex ) what is the acceleration of the puck ( one dimensional forces ) ( at lb ) ( c : t x. Ez - 2=10. 2 kg ) a a = - 5. 7 mls " Ex ) two - dimensional f
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Junkers D.I, Junkers J 1, Reggiane Re.2000

8 Page
4 Jan 2020
0. 8 (cid:80)/(cid:86) (cid:89) = 4 g (cid:90) = (cid:80) K(cid:507) = kf (cid:237) ki = w d (cid:88)(cid:80) (cid:82)f all (cid:90)(cid:82)(cid:85)k b
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Angular Velocity, Angular Acceleration, Parallel Axis Theorem

8 Page
4 Jan 2020
10. 1 rotational variables y refine pete rare length o ( angular position ) Oz - o ( angular displacement ) x. Yi l average angular velocity ) rotation
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

2 Page
4 Jan 2020
(b) the sloth drops to the ground . For each choice of reference point , what is the change su in the potential energy of due to the fall ? the sloth -
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Friction, Centripetal Force, Circular Motion

4 Page
4 Jan 2020
Applied force has overwhelmed the static frictional force . Weak frictional force . mg fs . max. If the magnitude of the component of f" that is parall
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter 12: Equilibrium and Elasticity

3 Page
4 Jan 2020
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Angular Momentum, Ibm System I, Impulse Tracker

4 Page
4 Jan 2020
Individual particle that moves along path relative to fixed point. Example: torque on a particle due to a force: =fz=fs - What is the torque , about th
View Document
COLUMBIAPHYS UN1401Abhay PasupathyFall

## PHYS UN1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Emergence, Thermodynamics, Starvation

8 Page
4 Jan 2020
Question : what is the probability that at random all. 2 ri consider two systems a and b , with some particles . # of distributions for box a is ra and
View Document

All Materials (1,800,000)
US (820,000)
Columbia (1,000)
PHYS (100)
PHYS UN1401 (30)