I’ve been tied up with work and unable to follow up on my original post. A simple, mm film camera is used in landscape mode to take a picture of a 1. Mon – Read rest of 4. Here’s a good video to learn the two-body problems, and another here. Also, here are links to a bunch of practice problems – pick some to try: Here ‘s a pretty organized way to look at it! Electrostatics John Travoltage Simulation due next Wednesday.

Week of Feb 19 -. Parallel and Series Circuits. Angular Kinematics Simulation due Thurs. Also, here are links to a bunch of practice problems – pick some to try: In problem 3 of the workshop Set 6 and in homework problem solution In a microscope, that physical linear size is that of the first image.

Wednesday – day off. Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation including examples, and another example similar to homework in textbook. Week of April By Wed, finish Oscillation Simulation. Rest of the week – We will be doing classwork every day but no homework! The balance scale will tip to the right even though the amount of water displaced is the same in each of the beakers and the ping pong balls weigh the same and so do the thread and rod.

# PHYSICS – Homework 6

Electrostatics John Travoltage Simulation due next Wednesday. Would they rather do it all with arm waving? Also, review the M- L -T units and the “double this quantity, what happens to another” worksheets we did together in class Monday.

Rube Goldberg due Nov 19 progress pix due Nov 12 – Instructions here.

# chapter_27 [Physics at Portland State ]

More on Rotational Kinetic Phjsics part 1 and part 2. That seems simple, what is hard to understand is what was mentioned earlier in the thread.

Still need some instruction on projectiles fired at an angle? Thurs – In class: Are you forgetting to invert the difference of inverses as well?

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Problem Set for equilibrium, forces at angles and inclined planes. Gravity on other Planets, etc.

Thurs – Read 8. Final and AP Exam.

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Week of Feb 19. Thur – Motion 2D Worksheetp. I am also having trouble with this problem, I’m getting the final image distance being 6. In case you lost your mind over spring break, here are some refreshers: Torque, Angular Acceleration and M of I.

Resistor Circuits In case you lost your mind over spring break, here are some refreshers: Intro to Series and Parallel Circuits. Solutions to today and Monday’s book problems here.

Read more about two-body problems here. You should not need to calculate uncertainty. Started by Chestermiller Apr 25, Replies: Week of March I think the problem was resolved for most way before post What will happen to the balance: Traditionally, telescope magnification is always quoted as a positive number.

Physics Classroom Packet due next Monday, Read Multiple Blocks in a Row.