# 'Total kinetic energy' presentation slideshows

## Temperature, Heat, and Expansion

Temperature, Heat, and Expansion. Chapter 21. Temperature. Temperature – the quantity that tells how hot or cold something is compared with a standard A common thermometer measures temperature by showing the expansion and contraction of a liquid in a glass tube using a scale

By cianna
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## Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object. AP Physics C Mrs. Coyle. For pure rolling motion there is “rolling without slipping”, so at point P v p =0. All points instantaneously rotate about the point of contact between the object and the surface (P). v p’ = 2 v cm. Rolling Motion.

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## Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object

Rolling Motion of a Rigid Object. AP Physics C. Rolling Motion: a combination of pure translation and pure rotation. For pure rolling motion there is “rolling without slipping”, so at point P v p =0.

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## Motion 3.2 Solving Collision & Explosion Problems

Motion 3.2 Solving Collision & Explosion Problems. Motion 3.2 Solving Collision & Explosion Problems. 1. Which one or more of the following are correct for a 400g ball is moving at 10ms  1 . The momentum of the ball is 40000kgms -1 . The momentum of the ball is 4J

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## WESBURY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE

WESBURY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE. 2013 GR 12 PHYSICAL SCIENCES INTERVENTION FOR SCIENCE LEARNERS SCIENCE DEPARTMENT PROJECT FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING 2013-09-01. 1. KNOWLEDGE AREAS. MECHANICS CHEMICAL CHANGE WAVES, LIGHT, SOUND MATTER AND MATERIALS ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM

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## PH 201

PH 201. Dr. Cecilia Vogel Lecture 20. REVIEW. Constant angular acceleration equations Rotational Motion torque. OUTLINE. moment of inertia angular momentum angular kinetic energy. Table so Far. Recall Momentum. Momentum is conserved, if no external force because S F=m D v CM / D t

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## Newton’s Second Law can be written in terms of momentum.

Newton’s Second Law can be written in terms of momentum. True False. Momentum has no specified unit name. True False. What do we call a system that is acted upon by no external forces?. In which type of collision is total kinetic energy not conserved?. Elastic Inelastic Head on.

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## LTC2.1-5 Notes

LTC2.1-5 Notes. Heat and Temperature. All particles are always in motion, even in solids. Kinetic energy= The energy of motion. Heat= a measure of the total kinetic energy of the molecules in a system. Heat energy is the energy that causes the particles of a substance to move faster.

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## Chapter 8

Chapter 8. Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions. Modified by Mike Brotherton. Goals for Chapter 8. To learn the meaning of the momentum of a particle and how an impulse causes it to change To learn how to use the conservation of momentum To learn how to solve problems involving collisions

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## 4.3 Conservation Laws in Astronomy:

4.3 Conservation Laws in Astronomy:. Momentum. Momentum : a property of moving objects Momentum = mass  velocity Formula, P = m v A net force changes the momentum of an object. Conservation of Momentum. The total momentum of a system can’t change unless an external force is applied

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## Matter & Energy

Matter & Energy. Chapter 2. Enter. What are Matter and Energy?. Joule. 4.184 joules = 1 calorie. matter – is material such as rocks, water, air with mass and occupying space. energy – is what makes matter move! Energy is measured in many different units.

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## Average Kinetic Energy of a Molecule

Average Kinetic Energy of a Molecule. Thermal Physics Lesson 7. Learning Objectives. Derive an expression to calculate the average kinetic energy of a molecule. Mean kinetic energy.

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## Newton’s Three Laws of Motion

Newton’s Three Laws of Motion. Sir Isaac Newton (January 1643 – March 1727). Newton's laws of motion are three physical laws which provide relationships between the forces acting on a body and the motion of the body. Newton’s First Law of Motion.

By lynley
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## Lecture 3

Lecture 3. Ast 1001 6/4/07. Motion Basics. Speed How far you will travel in a given time Velocity How far you will travel in a given direction in a given time Acceleration How much your velocity is changing in a given time. Momentum and Forces.

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## STATES OF MATTER

STATES OF MATTER. MATTER. Affected by temperature and pressure A change in temperature and/or pressure can change the state of matter of a substance. Kinetic Theory: how particles in matter behave. Three assumptions 1. All matter is made of small particles -

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## Study Guide

Study Guide. By: J oshua. S.C.A1.3.1 . Mass is a measure of how much matter is made of in a object. Volume is the amount of 3-D space used to describe the space that an object takes up.

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## Energy

Energy. Chapter 4. The nature of energy. Energy: The ability to do work or cause change All energy involves either motion or position Where are we using energy right now?. What are some types of energy?. Thermal energy : The total kinetic energy of particles that make up an object

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## Principles of Momentum

Principles of Momentum. Momentum. defined: a measure of an object’s inertia of motion What physical properties affect momentum? mass velocity. Momentum. defined mathematically:. p = m v. units: kg·m /s Linear momentum is a vector in the same direction as the velocity vector. Δ p.

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## Rolling

Rolling. Consider a wheel that rolls without slipping. The centre of the wheel moves with pure translation while a point on a rim will trace out a cycloid. A rolling wheel is a combination of pure rotation and pure translational motion. v=2v cm. v=v cm. v=v cm. v cm. =. +. v cm. v=v cm.

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## Fission

Fission. Readings: Modern Nuclear Chemistry, Chapter 11; Nuclear and Radiochemistry, Chapter 3 General Overview of Fission Energetics The Probability of Fission Fission Product Distributions Total Kinetic Energy Release Fission Product Mass Distributions

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