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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Angular Velocity, Angular Acceleration, Vacuum Angle

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PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Kinetic Energy, Elastic Collision, Ideal Gas

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PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Acoustic Resonance, Sound, Middle Ear

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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Gravitational Energy, Conservative Force, Net Force

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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Elastic Collision, Inelastic Collision, Isolated System

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Linear momentum: product of the objects mass and velocity. P = mv: p = momentum (vector), kg m/s, v = velocity, m = mass. The more momentum an object h
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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Free Body Diagram, Angular Acceleration, Coordinate System

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11 Dec 2017
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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 11 (Part 2): Longitudinal Wave, Bulk Modulus, Sound

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10 Dec 2017
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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11 (Part 1): Angular Velocity, Simple Harmonic Motion, Restoring Force

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10 Dec 2017
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Periodic: t, time is takes to oscillate over the same path (units: seconds) Equilibrium position: spring"s natural length in which it exerts no force o
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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Boltzmann Constant, Forced Convection, Boltzmann Equation

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9 Dec 2017
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Flow of heat: heat flows from burner to pan, sun to earth, etc: calorie (cal): the amount of heat necessary to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water
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SFUPHYS 101Eldon EmberlyFall

PHYS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Total Pressure, Atmospheric Pressure, Mass Flow Rate

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10 Dec 2017
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3 states: solid, liquid and gas: solid- fixed shape & size, liquid doesn"t maintain shape but flows & not compressible, gas not fixed shape nor size bu
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