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Aristotle

Aristotle. If something is moving, then something MUST be pushing on it. Things don’t move all by themselves!.

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Applications of Newton’s Laws

Applications of Newton’s Laws. Kimal Honour Djam Alabama School of Fine Arts. Warm-Up: Newton’s Laws.

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Chapter 5: Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion

Chapter 5: Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion. Previously, we have studied kinematics, which - describes the motion of an object (x, v, a) - does not explain the cause of the motion

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Physics 1901 (Advanced). Prof Geraint F. Lewis Rm 560, A29 gfl@physics.usyd.edu.au www.physics.usyd.edu.au/~gfl/Lecture. Physics@Sydney. World renowned research Astronomy & Astrophysics Optics & Photonics Quantum Information Theory Plasma & High Energy Physics Brain & Medical Physics

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Circular Motion

Circular Motion. Rotating Turning about an internal axis Revolving Turning about an external axis. Linear speed, v How far you go in a certain amount of time Miles per hour, meters per second Rotational (angular) speed, How many times you go around in a certain amount of time

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Chapter 4 - Newton’s Laws of motion

Chapter 4 - Newton’s Laws of motion. 4.1 force and interactions. A force is a push or a pull. It is an interaction between two bodies or between a body and its environment. Force as a vector quantity.

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Circular Motion

Circular Motion. Reviewing…. Rotating Turning about an internal axis Revolving Turning about an external axis. Linear speed, v How far you go in a certain amount of time Miles per hour, meters per second Rotational (angular) speed,

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Chapter 7 Impulse and Momentum

Chapter 7 Impulse and Momentum. Linear momentum Linear momentum (or, simply momentum ) of a point-like object (particle) is SI unit of linear momentum is kg*m/s Momentum is a vector , its direction coincides with the direction of velocity. Newton’s Second Law revisited

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Aristotle

Aristotle. If something is moving, then something MUST be pushing on it. Things don’t move all by themselves!.

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Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton’s Laws of Motion. Forces and Equilibrium Chapter 4 Part 1. Galileo’s Inertia. After watching Jupiter’s Moons Galileo became convinced that objects had a tendency to keep whatever state of motion they had. He called this the objects’ inertia

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Circular Motion

Circular Motion. Reviewing…. Rotating Turning about an internal axis Revolving Turning about an external axis. Linear speed, v How far you go in a certain amount of time Miles per hour, meters per second Rotational speed, How many times you go around in a certain amount of time

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Linear momentum and Collisions

Linear momentum and Collisions. Chapter 9. Linear Momentum and its Conservation Impulse and Momentum Collisions in One Dimension Collisions in Two Dimensions V. The Center of Mass Motion of a System of Particles Deformable Systems Rocket Propulsion. Linear Momentum.

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Linear momentum and Collisions

Linear momentum and Collisions. Chapter 9. Linear Momentum and its Conservation Impulse and Momentum Collisions in One Dimension Collisions in Two Dimensions V. The Center of Mass Motion of a System of Particles Deformable Systems Rocket Propulsion. Linear Momentum.

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