Chapter 5 - Force and Motion II

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Friction. Coefficients of Friction. To push or pull a sled?. Or. Measuring coefficients of friction. . . . . Two boxes and a pulley. . . Incline plane (no friction). m2 = 7 kgWhich way do blocks move?What is acceleration?What is tension in cord?. Incline plane (friction). What range of masses keep the blocks at rest?If m2 = 10 kg, determine the system acceleration.

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1. Chapter 5 - Force and Motion II Friction Static Kinetic Incline/Horizontal Plane with friction Drag Forces Terminal Velocity Uniform Circular Motion Banked and Flat Turns Cresting Hills Loop the Loops Conical Pendulums Ferris Wheels Aircraft Turns

3. Coefficients of Friction

4. To push or pull a sled?

5. Measuring coefficients of friction

6. Two boxes and a pulley

7. Incline plane (no friction) m2 = 7 kg Which way do blocks move? What is acceleration? What is tension in cord?

8. Incline plane (friction) What range of masses keep the blocks at rest? If m2 = 10 kg, determine the system acceleration

9. Uniform Circular Motion

10. Banked Roads

11. Conical Pendulum

12. Motion in a vertical circle with gravity m = .150 kg r = 1.10 m Find minimum speed to continue moving in a circle If speed is twice this minimum, find tension in cord at top and bottom.

13. Demo

14. Non-uniform circular motion

15. Velocity Dependent Forces Terminal Velocity

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