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Lecture 9

Lecture 9

Lecture 9. ASTR 111 – Section 002. Ptolmey. Copernicus. Brahe. Kepler. Galileo (Galilei). Newton. Outline. Exam Results Finish Chapter 4 Kepler’s Laws Review Newton’s Laws. Exam Results.

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Weight

Weight

Weight Acceleration of Gravity Objects that fall to the Earth all experience an acceleration. The acceleration due to gravity is g = 9.8 m/s 2 . This acceleration must be due to a force. The acceleration of a falling mass m is - g .

By libitha
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Tides

Tides

Tides. EPS 131: Intro. to Physical Oceanography Douglas McClure 10/17/05. Outline. Physical origin of tidal forces Global effects of tidal forces on Earth Over one day Over one lunar month Tides in Reality Outlook for the (distant) future. Origin of Tidal Forces.

By PamelaLan
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Newton’s Laws of Motion

Newton’s Laws of Motion

Isaac Newton (1642 – 1727). Newton’s Laws of Motion. What is a Force?. Force can be defined as a. or a. or anything else that has the ability to change motion.

By Ava
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Electrical Force

Electrical Force

Electrical Force. Unit 1.3. Objectives. Explain the similarities and differences between Newton’s law of universal gravitation and Coulomb’s law. Explain how the force between two like charges and the force between two unlike charges are different. Describe how to create an electric field.

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Vehicle Dynamics

Vehicle Dynamics

Vehicle Dynamics. CEE 320 Steve Muench. Outline. Resistance Aerodynamic Rolling Grade Tractive Effort Acceleration Braking Force Stopping Sight Distance (SSD). Main Concepts. Resistance Tractive effort Vehicle acceleration Braking Stopping distance. Resistance.

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Chapter 7 Rotational Motion & Law of Gravity

Chapter 7 Rotational Motion & Law of Gravity

Chapter 7 Rotational Motion & Law of Gravity. Section 7-3 Causes of Circular Motion. Force that Maintains Circular Motion Is:. The net force on an object directed toward the center of the object’s circular path. Necessary for circular motion. Measured in SI units of Newtons (N) F c.

By Leo
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History of Modern Astronomy

History of Modern Astronomy

History of Modern Astronomy. Chapter 5. Topics. Major characters in the development of our understanding of the motions of planets. Kepler’s three laws of planetary motion Newton’s three laws of motion and the law of gravitation. A little drama. Characters in the great drama

By Jimmy
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The Mathematics of Force-Directed Placement

The Mathematics of Force-Directed Placement

The Mathematics of Force-Directed Placement. Simulating Graphs as Physical Systems To Assist in Computer Chip Layout. By Jamey Lewis, St. Michael’s College. How do we convert…. …this…. … into this?. The Problem. We have a graph of nodes and edges (gates and wires in the computer chip).

By miller
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Physics 2113 Lecture 01: WED 14 JAN

Physics 2113 Lecture 01: WED 14 JAN

Physics 2113 Jonathan Dowling. Physics 2113 Lecture 01: WED 14 JAN. Isaac Newton (1642–1727). CH13: Gravitation I. Michael Faraday (1791–1867). Version: 10/21/2019. Who am I & Why am I Here?. Prof. Jonathan P. Dowling. 1994–98: Research Physicist, US Army Aviation & Missile Command

By mieko
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Falling Stuff

Falling Stuff

Falling Stuff. Do Falling Objects Accelerate?. It sure seems like it! Starts from rest, goes faster and faster.... What about a feather, though? Air resistance, drag Terminal velocity What if we could get rid of the air? What’s responsible for the downwards force?

By ayanna
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Chapter 5

Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Basic properties of light and matter. What can we learn by observing light from distant objects? How do we collect light from distant objects? . Solar Spectrum. Light and Matter. Why do we need to study light?

By delora
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AOSS 321, Winter 2009 Earth System Dynamics Lecture 5 1/22/2009

AOSS 321, Winter 2009 Earth System Dynamics Lecture 5 1/22/2009

AOSS 321, Winter 2009 Earth System Dynamics Lecture 5 1/22/2009. Christiane Jablonowski Eric Hetland cjablono@umich.edu ehetland@umich.edu 734-763-6238 734-615-3177 . Class News. Class web site: https://ctools.umich.edu/portal HW 1 due today

By taylor
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PHYS 1443 – Section 001 Lecture #10

PHYS 1443 – Section 001 Lecture #10

PHYS 1443 – Section 001 Lecture #10. Thursday June 16, 2005 Dr. Andrew Brandt. Energy Diagram and Equilibrium Gravitational Potential Energy Power Test. Announcements. Test today at 8:50 I plan to post interim grades on Web Friday afternoon Homework: HW6 on ch 7 due Monday 6/20 at 8pm

By lorant
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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Forces. Chapter 11. Table of Contents. Section 1 Laws of Motion Section 2 Gravity Section 3 Newton ’ s Third Law. Section 1 Laws of Motion. Chapter 11. Objectives. Identify the law that says that objects change their motion only when a net force is applied.

By tim
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Gravitational Field & Gravitational Force

Gravitational Field & Gravitational Force

Gravitational Field & Gravitational Force. “ Action at a distance ”. The gravitational force is an attractive force between two masses. Gravity is a field force. The masses don ’ t need to be in contact with each other to cause attraction. Backpack, apples, ect.

By susan
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PHYS 1443 – Section 003 Lecture #20

PHYS 1443 – Section 003 Lecture #20

PHYS 1443 – Section 003 Lecture #20. Monday, Nov. 25, 2002 Dr. Jae hoon Yu. Simple Harmonic and Uniform Circular Motions Damped Oscillation Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation Free Fall Acceleration and Gravitational Force Kepler’s Laws Gravitation Field and Potential Energy.

By posy
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Mass, Force and Gravity

Mass, Force and Gravity

Mass, Force and Gravity. Mass – Amount of stuff (atoms/molecules) in an object. Measured in kg. Force – Measures the gravitational pull on something. Measured in N (newtons)

By yan
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Gravity and Newton’s Laws of Motion

Gravity and Newton’s Laws of Motion

Gravity and Newton’s Laws of Motion. What is a Force?. A push or a pull on an object in a particular direction. GRAVITY. An attractive force that exists between all objects that have mass. This force is dependent on mass and distance from the object. GRAVITY.

By luisa
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Gravity

Gravity

Gravity. What is Gravity?. An attractive force between any two objects that depends on the masses of the objects and the distance between them Force increases as the mass of either object increases or as the objects move closer

By emberlynn
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