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Position

Path Length

Displacement

Speed

Where an object is, in terms of a well-chosen origin.

How far an object actually moves

An object's change in position

How fast... Always positive

Position

Where an object is, in terms of a well-chosen origin.

Path Length

How far an object actually moves

First kinematics equation ... (constant a…

Second kinematics equation ... (constant…

Third kinematics equation ... (constant a…

Fourth Kinematics Equation... (constant…

*speed up or slow down... *acceleration is how quickly velocity…

*speed up or slow down... *most often used for projectile motion

*speed up or slow down... m/s... m... m/s/s

*speed up or slow down... meters... m/s... seconds

First kinematics equation ... (constant a…

*speed up or slow down... *acceleration is how quickly velocity…

Second kinematics equation ... (constant…

*speed up or slow down... *most often used for projectile motion

Definition of Average Velocity

Definition of Acceleration

Velocity of an Object as a Function of…

Displacement of an Object as a Functio…

∆x = Change in Distance... t = Elapsed Time

∆v = Change in Velocity... t = Time

v₀ = Initial Velocity... a = Acceleration... t = Time

v₀ = Initial Velocity... t = Time... a = Acceleration

Definition of Average Velocity

∆x = Change in Distance... t = Elapsed Time

Definition of Acceleration

∆v = Change in Velocity... t = Time

Definition of Average Velocity

Definition of Acceleration

Velocity of an Object as a Function of…

Displacement of an Object as a Functio…

∆x = Change in Distance... t = Elapsed Time

∆v = Change in Velocity... t = Time

v₀ = Initial Velocity... a = Acceleration... t = Time

v₀ = Initial Velocity... t = Time... a = Acceleration

Definition of Average Velocity

∆x = Change in Distance... t = Elapsed Time

Definition of Acceleration

∆v = Change in Velocity... t = Time

Dot Product

Cross Product

average velocity

First kinematics equation (constant ac…

multiply parallel vectors then add for SCALAR answer=56 Joules

use matrix to multiple perpendicular vectors to get a vector…

average velocity is the slope of the secant line

This is also average acceleration (slope of the second line o…

Dot Product

multiply parallel vectors then add for SCALAR answer=56 Joules

Cross Product

use matrix to multiple perpendicular vectors to get a vector…

inertial mass

space

time

2.2

a measure of how well an object can resist a change to its mo…

represents the position or volume which an object physically…

represents what a clock would read

1 kg=__ lbs

inertial mass

a measure of how well an object can resist a change to its mo…

space

represents the position or volume which an object physically…

Displacement

Displacement Formula; SI Unit= Meters

Distance

Vector

A change in position; not always equal to the distance traveled

Final Position-Initial Position

The magnitude or size of displacement between two positions

Any quantity with magnitude and direction

Displacement

A change in position; not always equal to the distance traveled

Displacement Formula; SI Unit= Meters

Final Position-Initial Position

Average Speed is

An object Accelerates if

Subtracting a vector is the same as

The direction of the average accelerat…

Total Distance / Total Time (Disp,Vel, Acc Q1)

it changes velocity and/or direction (Disp,Vel, Acc Q2)

adding its opposite (Vectors in 2 Dimensions Q4)

the direction of the change(difference vf - vi) of the veloci…

Average Speed is

Total Distance / Total Time (Disp,Vel, Acc Q1)

An object Accelerates if

it changes velocity and/or direction (Disp,Vel, Acc Q2)

solid

liquid

gas

fluids

maintains fixed shape and size; does not change in shape or v…

does not maintain fixed shape; takes shape of container; not…

has neither fixed shape or volume; expands to fill container;…

gases and liquids (do not maintain fixed shape and have the a…

solid

maintains fixed shape and size; does not change in shape or v…

liquid

does not maintain fixed shape; takes shape of container; not…

Under what condition is average veloci…

If the velocity of an object is zero a…

A vector has, by definition, both ____…

scalar quantity

The acceleration is constant.

false

magnitude

speed, distance

Under what condition is average veloci…

The acceleration is constant.

If the velocity of an object is zero a…

false

Force

Applied

Normal Force

Static Friction

A push or pull on an object

scientific study that aims to solve practical problems

the force perpendicular to a surface that prevents an object…

Friction that acts on objects that are not moving

Force

A push or pull on an object

Applied

scientific study that aims to solve practical problems

4050 N

zero

the object with the greater mass will…

6.00 m/s*s

in the free-body diagram shown above, which of the following…

a car goes forward along a level road at constant velocity. t…

according to Newton's second law, when the same force is appl…

an airplane with a mass of 1.20x10^4 kg tows a glider with a…

4050 N

in the free-body diagram shown above, which of the following…

zero

a car goes forward along a level road at constant velocity. t…

Vector

Scalar

Displacement

Two-Dimensional Vectors

A quantity that involves both magnitude and direction.

A quantity that does not involve direction.

A net distance traveled including direction; An objects chang…

Vectors that lie flat in a plane and can be written as the su…

Vector

A quantity that involves both magnitude and direction.

Scalar

A quantity that does not involve direction.

First kinematics equation ... (constant a…

Second kinematics equation ... (constant…

Third kinematics equation ... (constant a…

Fourth Kinematics Equation... (constant…

*speed up or slow down... *acceleration is how quickly velocity…

*speed up or slow down... *most often used for projectile motion

*speed up or slow down... m/s... m... m/s/s

*speed up or slow down... meters... m/s... seconds

First kinematics equation ... (constant a…

*speed up or slow down... *acceleration is how quickly velocity…

Second kinematics equation ... (constant…

*speed up or slow down... *most often used for projectile motion

Av... V/t

weight of displaced fluid

P+ρgh+½ρv² = constant

height of liquid

Write two equations for flow rate of a liquid.

Buoyant force is dependent on:

Write Bernoulli's Equation.

The hydrostatic pressure at some point below the surface of a…

Av... V/t

Write two equations for flow rate of a liquid.

weight of displaced fluid

Buoyant force is dependent on:

Force

Net Force

Weight

Force of Friction

Anything that causes an object to move; push or pull

The total amount of force acting on an object.

How much an object weighs; describes how gravity pulls on a g…

A retarding (slowing) force that acts on an object opposite t…

Force

Anything that causes an object to move; push or pull

Net Force

The total amount of force acting on an object.

First kinematics equation ... (constant a…

Second kinematics equation ... (constant…

Third kinematics equation ... (constant a…

Fourth Kinematics Equation... (constant…

*speed up or slow down... *acceleration is how quickly velocity…

*speed up or slow down... *most often used for projectile motion

*speed up or slow down... m/s... m... m/s/s

*speed up or slow down... meters... m/s... seconds

First kinematics equation ... (constant a…

*speed up or slow down... *acceleration is how quickly velocity…

Second kinematics equation ... (constant…

*speed up or slow down... *most often used for projectile motion

Position

Speed

Acceleration

Displacement

Place where an object is

The rate of change of position of an object.

Rate of change of velocity over time.

The distance between two different positions; ex: Point A is…

Position

Place where an object is

Speed

The rate of change of position of an object.

simple harmonic motion (SHM)

simple harmonic oscillator (SHO)

the displacement is not too great

sum of the kinetic and potential energ…

any vibrating system for which the restoring force is directl…

a vibrating system for which the restoring force is directly…

most solid materials stretch or compress according to F = kx…

The total mechanical energy E of a mass-spring system is the.…

simple harmonic motion (SHM)

any vibrating system for which the restoring force is directl…

simple harmonic oscillator (SHO)

a vibrating system for which the restoring force is directly…

Momentum

Impulse

Elastic collision

Inelastic collision

Mass times velocity

The amount of force acting on an object times the time interv…

When the kinetic energy of two colliding object's is conserved

Two colliding objects stick together to become one; kinetic e…

Momentum

Mass times velocity

Impulse

The amount of force acting on an object times the time interv…

45 kg

change in velocity

Fg sin (theta)

fg cos (theta)

What is the mass of a block with a weight of 450 N?

What is the definition of acceleration?

Which component of Fg is always parallel to the ramp?

Which component of Fg is always perpendicular to the ramp?

45 kg

What is the mass of a block with a weight of 450 N?

change in velocity

What is the definition of acceleration?

Applied Force (F-app)

Tension Force (Ft)

Normal Force (F-norm)

Air Resistance Force (F-air)

A force that is applied to an object by a person or another o…

The force that is transmitted through a STRING, ROPE, CABLE o…

The support force exerted upon an object that is in contact w…

A special type of frictional force that acts upon objects as…

Applied Force (F-app)

A force that is applied to an object by a person or another o…

Tension Force (Ft)

The force that is transmitted through a STRING, ROPE, CABLE o…

Net Force

Tension

Weight

Frictional Force

net force is the remaining force that produces any accelerati…

the pulling force transmitted axially by means of a string, c…

the force of gravity on the object and may be defined as the…

a force that is created whenever two surfaces move or try to…

Net Force

net force is the remaining force that produces any accelerati…

Tension

the pulling force transmitted axially by means of a string, c…

0.2 m/s*s

2.0 m/s

-1 m/s*s between 6 and 8 seconds

increases from 1 m/s to 4 m/s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

the acceleration of the object in figure 4-2 is

between two and three seconds, the speed of the object shown…

0.2 m/s*s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

2.0 m/s

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

Definition of Average Velocity

Definition of Acceleration

Velocity of an Object as a Function of…

Displacement of an Object as a Functio…

∆x = Change in Distance... t = Elapsed Time

∆v = Change in Velocity... t = Time

v₀ = Initial Velocity... a = Acceleration... t = Time

v₀ = Initial Velocity... t = Time... a = Acceleration

Definition of Average Velocity

∆x = Change in Distance... t = Elapsed Time

Definition of Acceleration

∆v = Change in Velocity... t = Time

quadratic equation

kinematic equation #1

kinematic equation #2

kinematic equation #3

v = v0 + at (often just v = at)

x = x0 + v0t + 1/2 a t^2 (often just x = 1/2 ** a ** t^2)

v^2 = v0^2 + 2a**(x - x0) (often just v^2 = 2**a*d)

quadratic equation

kinematic equation #1

v = v0 + at (often just v = at)

Significant Figures

Directly Proportional

Inversely Proportional

Base Units of SI

Significant figures allow us to communicate quantitative info…

A relationship in which quantities change by the same factor

A relationship in which one factor is affected inversely comp…

Meter (m) Length... Kilogram (kg) Mass... Second (s) Time... Ampere (A…

Significant Figures

Significant figures allow us to communicate quantitative info…

Directly Proportional

A relationship in which quantities change by the same factor

Translational Motion

Rotational Motion

Angular Displacement

Angular Velocity

Type of motion where an object starts at one point and moves…

Type of motion where an object "spins in place".

A measure of the amount of radians that an object rotates thr…

A speed of rotation measured in radians/second.

Translational Motion

Type of motion where an object starts at one point and moves…

Rotational Motion

Type of motion where an object "spins in place".

0.2 m/s*s

2.0 m/s

-1 m/s*s between 6 and 8 seconds

increases from 1 m/s to 4 m/s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

the acceleration of the object in figure 4-2 is

between two and three seconds, the speed of the object shown…

0.2 m/s*s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

2.0 m/s

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

Freely falling objects (w/o friction)…

An object thrown upward reaches its ma…

the slope of the _____ vs.______ curve…

the slope of the velocity vs. time cur…

fall at the same rate, F=mg (g=10)

its velocity reaches zero

position, time

acceleration

Freely falling objects (w/o friction)…

fall at the same rate, F=mg (g=10)

An object thrown upward reaches its ma…

its velocity reaches zero

Newton's 1st Law of Motion

Newton's 2nd Law of Motion

Newton's 3rd Law of Motion

Vf=V0+at

An object doesn't change velocity unless acted upon by a force

F=ma or a=F/m... acceleration is proportional to force and inver…

Every action has an equal and opposite reaction

Vf is final velocity... V0 is initial velocity... a is acceleration…

Newton's 1st Law of Motion

An object doesn't change velocity unless acted upon by a force

Newton's 2nd Law of Motion

F=ma or a=F/m... acceleration is proportional to force and inver…

Force Pushing on Box (lawnmower) vs Fo…

Linear vs Angular symbols... x... v... a... m... F... P…

Kinds of Centripetal Forces

Gravitational Force

Pushing is heavier (N=W+FpSin0)... Pulling is lighter (N=W-FpSin0)

0... w (radians per second)... α... I (moment of inertia)... T... L (Iw)

Friction, gravity, tension, normal, electromagnetic

F= Gm₁m₂/r²

Force Pushing on Box (lawnmower) vs Fo…

Pushing is heavier (N=W+FpSin0)... Pulling is lighter (N=W-FpSin0)

Linear vs Angular symbols... x... v... a... m... F... P…

0... w (radians per second)... α... I (moment of inertia)... T... L (Iw)

0.2 m/s*s

2.0 m/s

-1 m/s*s between 6 and 8 seconds

increases from 1 m/s to 4 m/s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

the acceleration of the object in figure 4-2 is

between two and three seconds, the speed of the object shown…

0.2 m/s*s

The graph in figure 4-3 shows an acceleration of

2.0 m/s

the initial speed (Vo) shown in figure 4-3 is

Heat

Thermal (Energy)

Temperature

Fahrenheit (°F)

___ is thermal energy that's transmitted from one body to ano…

___ is the energy an object possesses due to the random motio…

___ is the measure of an object's thermal energy, which is th…

in the United States, temperature is commonly expressed in de…

Heat

___ is thermal energy that's transmitted from one body to ano…

Thermal (Energy)

___ is the energy an object possesses due to the random motio…