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Followup : What Can We Do?

Followup : What Can We Do?

Followup : What Can We Do?. Background. 14 CFR . PART 61—CERTIFICATION: PILOTS, FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS, AND GROUND INSTRUCTORS PART 91—GENERAL OPERATING AND FLIGHT RULES PART 121—OPERATING REQUIREMENTS: DOMESTIC, FLAG, AND SUPPLEMENTAL OPERATIONS PART 139—CERTIFICATION OF AIRPORTS

By issac
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Physics 218: Mechanics

Physics 218: Mechanics

Physics 218: Mechanics. Instructor: Dr. Tatiana Erukhimova Lectures 15-17.

By gusty
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Chapter 22: The Electric Field II: Continuous Charge Distributions

Chapter 22: The Electric Field II: Continuous Charge Distributions

Chapter 22: The Electric Field II: Continuous Charge Distributions . Section 22-1: Calculating E from Coulomb’s Law.

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64 N 79 N 12 N 15 N 98 N

64 N 79 N 12 N 15 N 98 N

An 7.3-kg object rests on the floor of an elevator which is accelerating downward at a rate of 1.0 m/s 2 . What is the magnitude of the force the object exerts on the floor of the elevator? Select the correct answer. 64 N 79 N 12 N 15 N 98 N.

By avedis
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Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object. AP Physics C Mrs. Coyle. For pure rolling motion there is “rolling without slipping”, so at point P v p =0. All points instantaneously rotate about the point of contact between the object and the surface (P). v p’ = 2 v cm. Rolling Motion.

By elu
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Evolution

Evolution

Evolution. CASE STUDIES: The evolution of the honeybee dance language. Karl von Frisch 1886-1982 (Nobel prize 1973). How does the dance encode direction?. Prof. Lindauer goes to the tropics. Apis cerana – the Asian hive bee. Apis dorsata – the giant honeybee (or rock bee).

By skah
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Physics 6B

Physics 6B

Physics 6B. Oscillations Examples. Prepared by Vince Zaccone For Campus Learning Assistance Services at UCSB. Example 1 A 0.98 kg block slides on a frictionless horizontal surface with speed 1.32m/s. The block encounters an unstretched spring with force constant 245N/m, as shown.

By alina
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Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object. AP Physics C. Rolling Motion: a combination of pure translation and pure rotation. For pure rolling motion there is “rolling without slipping”, so at point P v p =0.

By nguyet
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Springs

Springs

Springs. Principles of Physics - Foederer. Elastic Potential Energy. Energy is stored in a spring when work is done to compress or elongate it Compression or elongation = change in length = x (m).

By damia
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PERIODIC MOTION

PERIODIC MOTION

PERIODIC MOTION. A repeated vibration or oscillation. Simple Harmonic Motion . Simplest form of periodic motion; it occurs when the restoring force is directly proportional to the displacement from the equilibrium For example, Hooke’s Law: F = - kx Why do we care?

By dana
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My Simple machines Emma

My Simple machines Emma

My Simple machines Emma . By: Emma Hardy . Lever Third class lever. A bar which turns on a fixed support called a fulcrum and is used to transmit effort and motion . Inclined Plane . Plank or other plane surface set at an acute angel to a horizontal surface . Screw.

By mick
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Laminar flow, turbulent flow and Reynold’s number

Laminar flow, turbulent flow and Reynold’s number

Laminar flow, turbulent flow and Reynold’s number. Chan Wei Lim Zhong Hui Tan Hong You M4. Laminar flow. Also known as streamline flow Occurs when the fluid flows in parallel layers, with no disruption between the layers The opposite of turbulent flow (rough). Laminar flow.

By briana
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Conservation of Momentum

Conservation of Momentum

Conservation of Momentum. If a system of particles is isolated (no external forces acting on the system) the total momentum of the system is CONSERVED. Consider two particles that are isolated but interact with each other. They start with momenta p1 and p2.

By beyla
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Types of Energy

Types of Energy

Types of Energy. Principles of Physics. Energy. Objects have energy if they are able to do things A way of explaining why things happen Energy is a scalar quantity (no direction). Kinetic energy. Energy of Motion KE = ½ mv 2 KE = Kinetic energy (Joules = J) m = mass (kg)

By doane
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Barun RayChaudhuri Department of Physics Presidency University Kolkata 700 073 Acknowledgement:

Barun RayChaudhuri Department of Physics Presidency University Kolkata 700 073 Acknowledgement:

Sustainability of O 2 – A band depth with atmospheric changes and its suitability for aerosol estimation. Barun RayChaudhuri Department of Physics Presidency University Kolkata 700 073 Acknowledgement: DST, NRDMS Organizers, Geospatial World Forum 2011. Objective of the work.

By shaw
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Vector Addition

Vector Addition

Vector Addition. 1. The current in a river runs from east to west at a speed of 5 m/s. You are trying to swim across the river heading south at 2 m/s. What is your resultant velocity? Solve mathematically (Pythagorean theorem and Trig). Make sure to include an angle and direction.

By malha
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Sect. 4-8: Friction & Inclines

Sect. 4-8: Friction & Inclines

Sect. 4-8: Friction & Inclines. Friction. Friction is a lways present when 2 solid surfaces slide along each other. We must account for it to be realistic! Exists between any 2 sliding surfaces. There are two types of friction: Static (no motion) friction Kinetic (motion) friction

By macha
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CHAPTER 10 Elasticity and Oscillations

CHAPTER 10 Elasticity and Oscillations

CHAPTER 10 Elasticity and Oscillations. Oscillations. Oscillation or vibration = back-and-forth motion. Repeats itself, hence it is periodic. Vibrations common: Vocal cords when singing/speaking String/rubber band, Spring Simple Pendulum – Grandfather clock.

By kaveri
(235 views)

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton’s Laws of Motion. Friction and Inclines. Friction. Kinetic Friction Sliding friction creating when an object moves along a surface Acts in the opposite direction of an objects velocity The magnitude of the force of kinetic friction depends on the nature of the two sliding surfaces.

By aron
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Making Pretty Pictures

Making Pretty Pictures

Making Pretty Pictures. Free Body Diagrams and Net Force. Free Body Diagrams. Motionless Equilibrium. VECTOR diagrams! Shows ALL FORCES acting on an object Must be properly labeled. F N. F g. X Y. Net Force. F A. F g. F N. Net Force = 0 *Equilibrium*

By tareq
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