# Study sets matching "ap physics"

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on a position- time graph, what are the…

on a position- time graph, what is the…

on a position- time graph, what are the…

on a position- time graph, what is the…

position

initial position (x0)

origin

final position

on a position- time graph, what are the…

position

on a position- time graph, what is the…

initial position (x0)

180 degrees

horizontal

0 m/s

10 m/s2

The resultant of two vectors is the smallest when the angle be…

Ignoring air resistance, which component of a projectile's vel…

A ball is thrown with a velocity of 20 m/s at an angle of 60 d…

A soccer ball is kicked wig a velocity of 25 m/s at an angle o…

180 degrees

The resultant of two vectors is the smallest when the angle be…

horizontal

Ignoring air resistance, which component of a projectile's vel…

slope of velocity vs. time graph

velocity vs. time: straight line

velocity vs. time: positive straight sl…

velocity vs. time: negative straight sl…

acceleration

velocity/speed is constant over time... neither speeding up nor s…

velocity/speed is increasing over time... speeding up... acceleratio…

velocity/speed is decreasing over time... slowing down... accelerati…

slope of velocity vs. time graph

acceleration

velocity vs. time: straight line

velocity/speed is constant over time... neither speeding up nor s…

no relation graph

linear graph

inverse graph

direct square graph

- written relationship: as x increases, y remains the same - n…

- written relationship: as x increases, y increases proportion…

- written relationship: as x increases, y decreases - y is inv…

- written relationship: y is proportional to the square of x…

no relation graph

- written relationship: as x increases, y remains the same - n…

linear graph

- written relationship: as x increases, y increases proportion…

velocity

displacement

acceleration

work

What is the slope of a position/time graph?

What is the area under a velocity/time graph?

What is the slope of a velocity/time graph?

What is the area under a force/displacement graph?

velocity

What is the slope of a position/time graph?

displacement

What is the area under a velocity/time graph?

acceleration

amplitude

angular momentum

antinodes

how much an object's velocity changes each second.

the distance from the midpoint of a wave to either the crest o…

the object's rotational inertia times its rotational velocity.…

positions on a standing wave with the maximum amplitude.

acceleration

how much an object's velocity changes each second.

amplitude

the distance from the midpoint of a wave to either the crest o…

Force

Net Force

weight

Force of Friction

anything that causes an object to move

the total amount of force acting on an object.

how much an object weighs

the force that acts on an object that moves in the opposite di…

Force

anything that causes an object to move

Net Force

the total amount of force acting on an object.

amplitude

propagate

longitudinal wave

transverse wave

the maximum displacement on either side of the equilibrium (mi…

transmit or be transmitted in a particular direction or throug…

wave that has its propagation and oscillation parallel to one…

wave that has its propagation and oscillation perpendicular to…

amplitude

the maximum displacement on either side of the equilibrium (mi…

propagate

transmit or be transmitted in a particular direction or throug…

normal force

applied force

speed

acceleration

a force that opposes gravity

a force applied to an object

distance traveled per unit of time

a change in velocity by speeding up, slowing or turning

normal force

a force that opposes gravity

applied force

a force applied to an object

What is angular acceleration?

How do we define angular velocity (omeg…

What occurs with angular acceleration w…

What happens if omega increases or decr…

Uniform circular motion: motion in a circular path at constant…

We defined angular velocity 𝜔 as the time rate of change of an…

There is an angular acceleration, in which 𝜔 changes. The fast…

What is angular acceleration?

Uniform circular motion: motion in a circular path at constant…

How do we define angular velocity (omeg…

We defined angular velocity 𝜔 as the time rate of change of an…

If a car drives at a constant speed dri…

If a car starts off slow and then speed…

If a car starts off fast and then slows…

How do falling objects move?

constant distances between drips, constant velocity

smaller distances as oil drips at first, then larger distances…

larger distances as oil drips at first, then smaller distances…

Straight down, towards the center of the earth, drawn by gravi…

If a car drives at a constant speed dri…

constant distances between drips, constant velocity

If a car starts off slow and then speed…

smaller distances as oil drips at first, then larger distances…

watt

gravitational potential energy

ideal mechanical advantage

work

unit of power, W, 1 J of energy transferred in 1 s

the stored energy in a system resulting from the gravitational…

for an ideal machine, is equal to the displacement of the effo…

the transfer of energy by mechanical means; is done when a con…

watt

unit of power, W, 1 J of energy transferred in 1 s

gravitational potential energy

the stored energy in a system resulting from the gravitational…

240

250

320

43.2

Find the horizontal distance traveled in the air.

Find the horizontal distance traveled in the air.

Find the horizontal distance traveled in the air.

The maximum vertical height reached.

240

Find the horizontal distance traveled in the air.

250

Find the horizontal distance traveled in the air.

Freely falling objects (w/o friction) o…

An object thrown upward reaches its max…

the slope of the _____ vs.______ curve…

the slope of the velocity vs. time curv…

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

its velocity reaches zero

position, time

acceleration

Freely falling objects (w/o friction) o…

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

An object thrown upward reaches its max…

its velocity reaches zero

angular momentum

center of mass

force of gravity

Gravitational Field

the object's rotational inertia times its rotational velocity.…

a unique point in an object or a system where one can consider…

(also called weight) how hard the Earth pulls on you. Depends…

a model explaining how massive bodies exert gravitational forc…

angular momentum

the object's rotational inertia times its rotational velocity.…

center of mass

a unique point in an object or a system where one can consider…

action-reaction pair

coefficient of friction

contact force

drag forces

two forces caused by the interaction of two particles (objects…

the ratio of the friction force to the normal force acting on…

results from the physical contact between two particles (objec…

friction force caused by a solid particle (object) interacting…

action-reaction pair

two forces caused by the interaction of two particles (objects…

coefficient of friction

the ratio of the friction force to the normal force acting on…

x(com)=(x₁m₁+...+x(n)*m(n))/m(total)

x(com)=1/m(total)*∫xdm

ω=∆θ/∆t

α=∆ω/∆t

Center of mass for series of point masses. Also applies to y-d…

Center of mass for a continuous mass distribution. Also applie…

Definition of average rotational velocity. Also works when rot…

Definition of average rotational acceleration. Also works when…

x(com)=(x₁m₁+...+x(n)*m(n))/m(total)

Center of mass for series of point masses. Also applies to y-d…

x(com)=1/m(total)*∫xdm

Center of mass for a continuous mass distribution. Also applie…

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 i…

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