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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Elastic Energy, Junkers J 1, Chemical Energy
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Physical Science Energy (L13, L14,) Energy o Definition o Kinds of Energy Some applications in movies Conservation of energy Energy: Yet another way to view the motion or the possibility to move o It is hard to give a gene...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ellipse, Hyperbola
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Physical Science (L12) Gravity Part 1: Gravity Keplers Laws Newtons Gravitation Law Tidal Forces Tides Ellipse: has the property for any point of the ellipse, the sum of the distances from the foci is always the same Kepl...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Centripetal Force
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Physical Science: Rotational Motion, Centripetal Force, Artificial Gravity (L10) Circular Motion: An object is moving on a circle with constant speed Is there any force acting on the object? Does the body have any accelera...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Kilogram, Net Force, Weightlessness
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Physical Science (L6, L7, L8, L9) Forces and Newtons Laws/Weight/Free Fall/Weightlessness A force is the push or pull on an object. It is the cause that makes object to change their state of motion (or their...

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PSC 1121 Lecture 5: Physical Science Independence of Motions (L5)
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Physical Science: Independence of Motions Lecture 5+6 (1/23/18) (Refer to diagrams drawn) Here two heavy balls begin to free fall at the same time. The red one is dropped, so it moves straight downward. The yellow bal...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Apollo 15, Tennis Ball, Kinematics
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Acceleration of Gravity: (L4) Galileo did experiments to convince others that the acceleration caused by gravity would be the same for all freely falling objects if there was no air to retard their motion ...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kilogram
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In physics there are 3 basic quantities that are the basis for everything Length: Time: o Distance/time o Average speed is distance traveled divided by the time used o Spee...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kilogram
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Speed & Acceleration International System of Units (SI) Average and Instantaneous Speed Average Acceleration Acceleration of gravity In physics there are 3 basic quantities that are the basis fo...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Kilogram, Significant Figures, Sony Ten
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Physical Science PSC1121 Physics in Films Lecture: - Scale and Powers of 10 - Order of Magnitude - Units and Calculations - Fermi Problems (behind the envelope calculations) Sca...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Novum Organum, Scientific Method, Hypothesis
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Physical Science: (1) The Scientific Method The Scientific Method: Science: accumulated understanding of the natural world The scientific method is the process by which scientists, collectively and over time,...

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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Unified Atomic Mass Unit

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