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Notes: Vector Resolution

Notes: Vector Resolution

Notes: Vector Resolution. A vector may be broken into its two components, in the horizontal and vertical direction Given an original vector A, its components would be: A x parallel to the x-axis A y parallel to the y-axis. Vector Resolution. original vector = vector sum of components

By keona
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Horizontal Projectiles

Horizontal Projectiles

Horizontal Projectiles. Projectile. An object in motion where the only force acting on it is gravity. A dropped ball A kicked football A diver leaving a springboard A shot-put throw A satellite. Independence of X and Y.

By lotus
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Chapter 6 – part C

Chapter 6 – part C

Chapter 6 – part C. Power. Exercise 6.36.

By dugan
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Chapter 10: Vectors and the Geometry of Space

Chapter 10: Vectors and the Geometry of Space

Chapter 10: Vectors and the Geometry of Space. Section 10.3 The Dot Product of Two Vectors. Written by Richard Gill Associate Professor of Mathematics Tidewater Community College, Norfolk Campus, Norfolk, VA With Assistance from a VCCS LearningWare Grant. The Definition of Dot Product

By kennita
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Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion. Projectile. An object that moves through the air only under the influence of gravity after an initial thrust For simplicity , we’ll use 9.8 m/s 2 for gravity. Trajectory – path of a projectile.

By borka
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Problems from old midterm

Problems from old midterm

Problems from old midterm. 1. In this graph of displacement versus time, what is the average velocity in going from point A to point H in m/s? (Assume that the vertical axis is given in meters and that the horizon- tal axis is given in seconds) A) 0.286 B) 0.323 C) 0.365 D) 0.412

By sebille
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7-2 Projectile Motion

7-2 Projectile Motion

7-2 Projectile Motion. Independence of Motion in 2-D. Projectile is an object that has been given an intial thrust (ignore air resistance) Football, Bullet, Baseball Moves through the air under the force of gravity Path is called Trajectory

By eve
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Work

Work

Work . Page 168 . What is work? . A little different from what we’re use to in our everyday lives When you hear the word work , what do you think of? . Scientific Definition of Work . A force that causes a displacement on an object does work on the object

By orien
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Try this problem

Try this problem

Try this problem. Five forces act on an object: the first, 60 N at 90 degrees; the second 40 N at 0 degrees; the third 80 N at 270 degrees; the forth 40 N at 180 degrees; the fifth 50 N at 60 degrees. What is the magnitude and direction of a sixth force that produces equilibrium of the object?.

By primavera
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VECTORS

VECTORS

VECTORS. A vector is a quantity that has both magnitude and direction. It is represented by an arrow. The length of the vector represents the magnitude and the arrow indicates the direction of the vector. Blue and orange vectors have same magnitude but different direction.

By corby
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Wednesday – November 7

Wednesday – November 7

Wednesday – November 7. Review Exam on Friday. REVIEW. You are allowed on flash card. I will NOT provide formulas. What is the resultant of a pair of forces 100N upward and 75N downwards? 25N up. Why is speed scalar and velocity vector? Speed is only a number.

By keon
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Induction Machine

Induction Machine

Induction Machine. Induction Machine (N. Tesla 1888). Principle of operation Construction Characteristics: slip rotor current power torque Classification Control. Principle of operation. o. squirrel-cage rotor. o. o. Three-Phase Supply Voltage. A. B. C. N. 60 120. S. A.

By elinor
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Reserve

Reserve

Reserve. 1/4 Crystal. Motivation : Performance test of cryogenic payload Initial cooling test with liquid nitrogen ( Jecc Torisha ) : 30th Aug. 2013 Delivery : 27th of Sep. 2013 . 2.

By jon
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NOAA data : >30keV electron

NOAA data : >30keV electron

S outh America Riometer Network (SARINET) Kazuo Makita (Takushoku University, Japan ). We study upper atmosphere phenomena in South Atlantic Geomagnetic Anomaly ( SAGA) since 1997. So far, we installed several instruments at more than 10 stations in South America.

By kioko
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APPLICATION OF FORCES

APPLICATION OF FORCES

APPLICATION OF FORCES. IMPULSE. Quite simply the time it takes a force to be applied to an object or body and is often related to a change in momentum. In sport, impulse can be used to add speed to a body or object, or slow them down on impact. Impulse = Force x Time

By drea
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Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion. Falling things, and rockets ‘n’ that…. Projectile Motion. This involves any objects under the influence of gravity. O bjects which are dropped (not travelling horizontally) and O bjects which are launched (with a horizontal component).

By manju
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Falling Objects

Falling Objects

Falling Objects. SNAP Guide. Read page 130; and answer all 7 questions on that page (‘net research may be required) Do Q1 on page 131 (‘net research may be required) Read page 132. Galileo:.

By traci
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Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion

Projectile Motion. The motion of an object under gravity if it is not just going straight up or straight down. Components of Vectors. Velocity Vector. θ. Horizontal. θ is the angle of the velocity vector above the horizontal.

By emilie
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Non-Horizontally Launched Projectiles

Non-Horizontally Launched Projectiles

Non-Horizontally Launched Projectiles. 11/12/2013. The details of motion in each direction have not changed. The parabolic path of the object is altered slightly due to a change in the initial vertical velocity ( v iy ). Consider the following diagrams when answering the questions. 2. 1. 3.

By avani
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Statics

Statics

hinge. Statics. ?. Surface Forces. Static Surface Forces. Forces on plane areas Forces on curved surfaces Buoyant force Stability submerged bodies. Forces on Plane Areas. Two types of problems Horizontal surfaces (pressure is _______) Inclined surfaces Two unknowns ____________

By keita
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