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PHYS 161H Lecture 12: Physics Final Formula sheet
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Jeremy N. Lerner’s Physics 161H Final Exam Formula Sheet Kinematics: F = Force 2 ...

Physics
PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture 4: Springs and Exam 1 Review Physics 161H
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Springs 102014 9:11 AM Monday 21 September: Springs can sustain a tension force and a compression force when the spring is completely unstressed, it is a given equilibrium constant length, mass attached to the spring to co...

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PHYS 161H
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PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Conservative Force, Farad, Potential Energy
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Conservation of Energy 10/20/14 9:11 AM 10/2/09 P=Fd/t=(1/2)mv^2/t=mad/t dP=dw/dt=d(.5 mv^2)/dt=(1/2)(m)2v(dv/dt) is proportional to v*a ...

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PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Acceleration, Rotation Around A Fixed Axis, Angular Acceleration
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Rotational Motion 10/20/14 9:11 AM Non point particles, real world objects: capable of rotation Rotation of a body about any fixed axis, place coordinate axis w...

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PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Angular Momentum, Angular Velocity, Circular Motion
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Rolling Motion 10/20/14 9:11 AM Why is the center of mass moving forward at w*r ? • Rolling cylinder: Arc length between the points is equal t...

Physics
PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pickup Truck, Memory Stick, List Of Bus Routes In Queens
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Force, Lecture 7 10/20/14 9:11 AM HW3 (due Wed., Sept. 23): Ch. 4, Questions Q32 and Q33 and Problem 22; Ch. 5, Problems 4, 37, 52, 56, 65, 80, 82, 96, 99, 105 and 121;...

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PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Angular Velocity, Angular Acceleration, Cartesian Coordinate System
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Harmonic Motion: Periodic, oscillatory 10/20/14 9:11 AM Mass on a spring: no friction, horizontal (no gravity) Sum of forces= m*a= -k*x=m(d^2x/dt^2) x(t)=A*cos(t*sqrt(k/m+phi)) another equivalen...

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PHYS 161H
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PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Braking Distance, Point Particle, Cross Product
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Physics 161H: Introductory Mechanics 102014 9:11 AM Homework Chapter 2: problems: 9, 19(a), 31, 43, 66, 79, 97 (a), Questions (short answer): Q17 and Q20 (just solve mathematically instead of explain, if necessary) Mass (k...

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PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Inelastic Collision, Elastic Collision, Gravity Assist
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Conservation of Momentum 10/20/14 9:11 AM Momentum p=mv momentum equals mass times velocity kilogram meters per second 2ndLaw: Fnet=ma=m(dv/dt)=d(mv)/dt=dp/dt ...

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PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Free Body Diagram, Bulk Modulus, Hydrostatics
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Fluid Mechanics 102014 9:11 AM Fluid is a liquid or a gas Main difference is that: gases are compressible while liquids generally arent, gases obey PV=nRT where liquids do not Shear: a force applied tangential to a surface...

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PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 161H Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Escape Velocity, Acceleration, Soda Straw
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Test Three Review 10/20/14 9:11 AM Questions from the notes: • Lec 22 o pg 5, pt d No torque or angular momentum as a vector on exam Rotatio...

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PHYS 161H
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PHYS 161H Lecture 2: Circular and Relative Motion Physics 161H
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Circular Motion 102014 9:11 AM Uniform Circular Motion (speed is constant) a(radial)=v^(2)R(local) = 4 Pi^(2)R (T^2) v(radial)=2Pi RT a(tangential)=0 Non Uniform Circular Motion a(radial)=v^2R =(centripetal acceleration) a...

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PHYS 161H
Manne
PHYS 241 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Electric Field, Energy, Current Density

Electrical Conduction Electrodynamics 102014 919 AM Electrodynamics free electrons that are moving in conductors Assumptions about conductors E0 is no longer trueE0 in conductors NOW because the charges have to move o Elec...

Physics
PHYS 241
Sandhu
Thermodynamics - Reference Guides

This detailed and well structured Guide builds upon the Physics principles defined in its companion Guides. The basic concepts are clearly and concisely defined and the laws of Thermodynamics are clearly articulated. Graph...

Chemistry
CHEM 11100
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Physics - Reference Guides

This Guide is an aid to understanding one of the essential ‘hard’ sciences. Concepts such as mechanics and magnetism are explained in clear terms, aided by a number of useful examples and equations. The Guide provides the ...

Basic Engineering
BE 1101
All Professors

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