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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Christine WilsonFall

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Slip Ring, Transformer, Induction Motor

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21 Sep 2016
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Generator: a machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. Electricity is produced from magnets whirling inside coils of wire in the
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Reza NejatWinter

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Normal Force, Viscosity, Euclidean Vector

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21 Mar 2018
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Smallest muscle unit that can contract: sarcomeres, made up of two types of protein filaments (parallel), actin. Anchored in z-disks and extend to both
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Christine WilsonFall

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Congee

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29 Jun 2016
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Reza NejatWinter

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Metric Prefix, Thermodynamic Temperature, Dimensional Analysis

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21 Mar 2018
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To compare numbers we need accuracy with which the numbers were stated. Amount of uncertainty in values is conveyed by number of digits (significant fi
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Reza NejatWinter

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Australopithecus, Gluteal Muscles, Right-Hand Rule

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21 Mar 2018
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Torque produces rotational acceleration, just as force produces translational equilibrium. The magnitudes of the forces as well as their lines of actio
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Christine WilsonFall

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Significant Figures

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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Christine WilsonFall

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Ch10: Complex Numbers Notes

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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Reza NejatWinter

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Apparent Weight, Dynamic Equilibrium, Inertial Frame Of Reference

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21 Mar 2018
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Force is a means of describing an interaction between two objects: is the cause of acceleration. Newton"s first law: fnet = 0 = constant. A free body d
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Reza NejatWinter

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Conservation Law, Momentum, Net Force

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21 Mar 2018
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A position in space mathematically described by a vector rc. m: rc. m = 1/m*mi*ri, in component form, rc. m = (xc. m, yc. m, zc. m) with. System of dis
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Reza NejatWinter

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dependent And Independent Variables, Cartesian Coordinate System, Micrograph

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21 Mar 2018
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Most basic motion is constant motion along a straight path. In order to describe a direction you need a reference point (origin) Coordinate system: nee
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Christine WilsonFall

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lewis Structure, Valence Electron, Chlorine

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21 Sep 2016
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Electrons can only orbit the nucleus in certain orbits because of the energy in each orbit. Each shell can hold only a maximum number of electrons as s
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MCMASTERPHYSICS 1L03Christine WilsonFall

PHYSICS 1L03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sulfur, Electric Field, Lightning

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21 Sep 2016
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