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PHYC 1300X Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ultimate Tensile Strength, Long Bone, Friction


Department
Physics & Atmospheric Science
Course Code
PHYC 1300X
Professor
Ally Farran
Study Guide
Midterm

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Topic #1:
Torque
The ability of force to cause a rotation depends on Three
Factors:
1. The magnitude (F) of the force
2. The distance (d) from the pivot (the axis about which
the object can rotate) to the point at which the force
can be applied.
3. The angle at which the force is applied
Torque: Measures the effectiveness of a force at causing
an object to rotate around an object. Torque is the
rotational equivalent of force.

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Theory Question:
Four Forces of equal strength attempt to open a door.
Which force will be most effective at opening the door and
Only the perpendicular force tends to cause rotation,
therefore it is this component of the force that determines
the Torque.
Torque = distance from the pivot (r) * force perpendicular
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