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Universal Gravitation

Universal Gravitation

Universal Gravitation. Gravity Law of Universal Gravitation Inverse-Square Law Extraterrestrial Gravity Objects in Circular Orbit Geosynchronous Orbits Our bodies in microgravity Interplanetary Travel. Gravity is everywhere. Gravity is present wherever there is matter

By wright
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PHY093 Physics 1

PHY093 Physics 1

PHY093 Physics 1. Introduction. Physics (Giancoli). The most basic of the sciences Deals with behavior and structure of matter Usually divided into (a) classical physics : motion, fluids, heat, sound, light, electricity and magnetism

By princess
(79 views)

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws. A couple things to keep straight. Mass = the amount of “stuff” something is made of. Weight = the measure of the force of gravity on an object. A couple of things to remember. You can use Newton’s 2 nd Law to solve for weight.

By miya
(73 views)

Cavendish Experiment

Cavendish Experiment

Cavendish Experiment. Presented by Mark Reeher. Lab Partner: Jon Rosenfield For Physics 521. Presentation Overview. Historical Background Theory Experimental Setup and Methods Results Analysis of Results Uncertainties Conclusions. Brief Timeline of Gravitational Physics.

By damali
(221 views)

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws. A couple things to keep straight. Mass = the amount of “stuff” something is made of. Weight = the measure of the force of gravity on an object. A couple of things to remember. You can use Newton’s 2 nd Law (F=ma) to solve for weight.

By olin
(56 views)

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws

Newton’s 2 nd & 3 rd Laws. A couple things to keep straight. Mass = the amount of “stuff” something is made of. Weight = the measure of the force of gravity on an object. A couple of things to remember. You can use Newton’s 2 nd Law (F=ma) to solve for weight.

By ayanna
(80 views)

Detecting Transits of Extrasolar Planets and their Moons

Detecting Transits of Extrasolar Planets and their Moons

Detecting Transits of Extrasolar Planets and their Moons. Alea Smith Advisor: Dr. Bill Romanishin. Outline. Background What is an Extrasolar planet? Motivation Detection Methods TrES-3b Detecting Moons Results Conclusion. What is an Extrasolar planet?. Extrasolar planet (Exoplanet)

By cirila
(141 views)

Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions

Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions

Mass Relationships in Chemical Reactions. Chapter 3. 화학양론. 원자질량 Avogadro 수와 몰질량 분자질량 질량분석기 화합물의 조성백분율 실험식 구하기 화학반응과 반응식 반응물과 생성물의 양 한계반응물 반응의 수득률. Micro World atoms & molecules. Macro World grams. Atomic mass is the mass of an atom in atomic mass units (amu). By definition:

By navid
(261 views)

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. Formula and Explanation. Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. To calculate the force of gravitation F = G m 1 m 2 d 2

By treva
(319 views)

Physics 1710 Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension

Physics 1710 Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension

Physics 1710 Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension. V = C 3 /8π 2 = 1.x10 21 m 3. Cold Start-Quiz: What is the density of the Earth? M  = 6 x 10 24 kg. ρ = M/V = 6.x10 24 kg/1.x10 21 m 3 ρ = 6.x10 3 kg/ m 3 ρ = 6. kg/ liter = 6. g/ml. 40 000 000 m.

By wylie-mathews
(108 views)

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration. An object moving in a circle is accelerating. Accelerating objects are objects which are changing their velocity - either the speed (i.e., magnitude of the velocity vector) or the direction.

By russell-lloyd
(131 views)

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration. v 1. v = v 2 + ( -v 1 ). Triangles in the same proportion. l. v. v 2. v 2. v. r. r. . . -v 1.

By fiona-foreman
(166 views)

Standard Index Form

Standard Index Form

Standard Index Form. What is standard index form and why do we use it?. It’s a way of writing either very big numbers or very little numbers. Without standard form, imagine how long it would take to write down or even pronounce these numbers…. A billion…. 1,000,000,000. A trillion

By benjamin-barber
(607 views)

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration

Circular Motion Kinematics Centripetal Acceleration. v 1. v = v 2 + ( -v 1 ). Triangles in the same proportion. l. v. v 2. v 2. v. r. r. . . -v 1.

By mckenzie-may
(87 views)

PHY093 Physics 1

PHY093 Physics 1

PHY093 Physics 1. Introduction. Physics (Giancoli). The most basic of the sciences Deals with behavior and structure of matter Usually divided into (a) classical physics : motion, fluids, heat, sound, light, electricity and magnetism

By fay-christian
(174 views)

Objectives

Objectives

Section 2 Gravity. Chapter 11. Objectives. Explain that gravitational force becomes stronger as the masses increase and rapidly becomes weaker as the distance between the masses increases.

By fallon-sanford
(95 views)

Electric fields around point charges

Electric fields around point charges

Electric fields around point charges. Away from positive. Toward negative. Direction of E field is:. Fields around points of mass or charge. a, b, c are points, Q is a charge. Example: What is the electric field 2.0 m to the right of a -21 μ C charge?. 47,000 N/C left. A. C.

By williamswillie
(5 views)

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. Isaac Newton. 1666, England (45 years after Kepler). Questions. If the planets are orbiting the sun , what force is keeping them in orbit? What force keeps the moon in its orbit? Could the force of gravity be universal?.

By pstratton
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Physics  1710 Chapter 2  Motion in One Dimension

Physics 1710 Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension

Physics 1710 Chapter 2 Motion in One Dimension. V = C 3 /8π 2 = 1.x10 21 m 3. Cold Start-Quiz: What is the density of the Earth? M  = 6 x 10 24 kg. ρ = M/V = 6.x10 24 kg/1.x10 21 m 3 ρ = 6.x10 3 kg/ m 3 ρ = 6. kg/ liter = 6. g/ml. 40 000 000 m.

By vanw
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Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation

Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation. Physics Mrs. Coyle. Isaac Newton. 1666, England (45 years after Kepler). Questions. If the planets are orbiting the sun , what force is keeping them in orbit? What force keeps the moon in its orbit? Could the force of gravity be universal?.

By jspeck
(0 views)

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