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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Khufu, International System Of Units, Planck Time

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The standard corresponds to exactly 1. 0 unity of the quantity. Base standards must be both accessible and invariable. The international system of unit
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Angular Acceleration, Asteroid Family, Dot Product

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Rotation correspond to the motion of an object about a given axis. The proper study of this type of motion requires several elements: de ne a good refe
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Axa, Alanta

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Example: a stiff pig slipping down a straight playground slide. Example: a particle might be located at x= 5m, which means it is 5m in the positive dir
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Friction, Centripetal Force, Rna

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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS 130 Chapter 3: Chapter3_Vectors

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There are two types of quantities in the physical sciences: vectors and scalars. A scalar is simply a number, or magnitude with a unit (e. g. , 3. 0 c,
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cartesian Coordinate System, Sitio, Ion

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Where coordinates (x1, y1, z1) correspond to position vector and coordinates (x2, y2, z2) correspond to position vector: displacement can also be rewri
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Torero

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Energy is a scalar quantity associated with the state (or condition) of one or more object. Energy is a number that we associate with a system of one o
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Net Force, Kilogram, International System Of Units

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Force is the study of push or pull on an object. The force is said to act on the object to change its velocity. Unit of force can be defined as the acc
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS 130 Chapter 8: Chapter8_Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

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The gravitational force and the spring force are both conservative: a force that is not conservative is called a nonconservative force. The gravitation
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U OF APHYS130John DavisFall

PHYS 130 Chapter 9: Chapter9_Center of Mass and Linear Momentum

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U OF APHYS126Maya WheelockWinter

PHYS 126 Chapter 24: Phys 126 Chap 24

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U OF APHYS124Sharon MorsinkFall

PHYS124 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7 & 8: Friction, Conservative Force, Fruit Preserves

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22 Dec 2015
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Read her notes, read three online textbook notes, (read over textbook shiz), type as you go on word document, formula sheet, homework questions, confus
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