#### Study sets matching "physics"

#### Study sets matching "physics"

Newton Unit

Force

Motion

Interacting

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an accelerati…

A push or a pull

An object's change in position relative to a reference point.

occurs as two or more objects have an effect upon one another

Newton Unit

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an accelerati…

Force

A push or a pull

Newton Unit

Force

Motion

Interacting

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an accelerati…

A push or a pull

An object's change in position relative to a reference point.

occurs as two or more objects have an effect upon one another

Newton Unit

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an accelerati…

Force

A push or a pull

position

distance

displacement

average speed

An objects location

How far something has moved from point A to point B

Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…

The overall rate of speed at which an object moves; calculate…

position

An objects location

distance

How far something has moved from point A to point B

Force

Interaction

Component

System

A push or a pull in a specific direction

When two objects affect each other in some way

One part of a group of objects that, together, form a complet…

A collection of components that interact with each other

Force

A push or a pull in a specific direction

Interaction

When two objects affect each other in some way

Best-fit line

Proportional graph

Systematic error

Random error

Line that passes through all the error bars.

STRAIGHT LINE that passes through ALL THE ERROR BARS and THE…

Is when every data point deviates from the "correct" value by…

Is when every data point deviates from the "correct" value by…

Best-fit line

Line that passes through all the error bars.

Proportional graph

STRAIGHT LINE that passes through ALL THE ERROR BARS and THE…

x-axis

y-axis

Slope-Intercept Form

slope of a line

The horizontal axis of the coordinate plane.

The vertical axis of the coordinate plane.

y = mx + b where "m" is the slope and "b" is y-intercept

rise/run change in y/change in x

x-axis

The horizontal axis of the coordinate plane.

y-axis

The vertical axis of the coordinate plane.

vector addition graphically

vector addition mathematically

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equilibrium

tip(head)-tail end until all vectors are used then connect th…

x-components are added to form the x-component of the resulta…

sine=o/h cosine=

when the net force on an object it zero. there is no accelera…

vector addition graphically

tip(head)-tail end until all vectors are used then connect th…

vector addition mathematically

x-components are added to form the x-component of the resulta…

In a digital image, many bits per pixe…

Mirror image artifact appears at a dee…

Spatial resolution, or image detail, i…

Compensation

Non-linear behavior creates both tissue and contrast harmonices

Harmful bio-effects are commonly observed in normal cavitation

While supine, the hydro static pressure at the ankle is 0 sin…

Receiver function used to create similar brightness reflectio…

In a digital image, many bits per pixe…

Non-linear behavior creates both tissue and contrast harmonices

Mirror image artifact appears at a dee…

Harmful bio-effects are commonly observed in normal cavitation

What is Coulomb's Law and what does it…

What is the value of Coulomb's constant?

If you have 3 point charges q₁, q₂, an…

What is the formula to get the strengt…

|F| = k |q₁q₂| / r² ... The electric force between two particle…

k = 9 X 10⁹ N X m² / C²

F (on 2) = F (1 on 2) + (F3 on 2)

E = F (on q) / q ... This is as vector. So if you have a point…

What is Coulomb's Law and what does it…

|F| = k |q₁q₂| / r² ... The electric force between two particle…

What is the value of Coulomb's constant?

k = 9 X 10⁹ N X m² / C²

Scalar

Vector

SI units - basic/fundamental

SI units - derived

a quantity that can be fully specified by magnitude alone - e…

a quantity that requires both magnitude and direction to be f…

length, metre, time, second

mass, kilogram, velocity, m/s, acceleration, m/s^2

Scalar

a quantity that can be fully specified by magnitude alone - e…

Vector

a quantity that requires both magnitude and direction to be f…

sound

vibration

compression

rarefaction

vibration of particles of matter that travel from one place t…

back and forth movement of molecules (that produce sound)

an area where the particles in a medium are spaced close toge…

an area where the particles in a medium are spaced far apart

sound

vibration of particles of matter that travel from one place t…

vibration

back and forth movement of molecules (that produce sound)

sound

vibration

vaccuum

supersonic

vibration of particles of matter that travel from one place t…

back and forth movement of molecules (that produce sound)

empty space; where no matter exsists

Motion that moves faster than the speed of sound in air

sound

vibration of particles of matter that travel from one place t…

vibration

back and forth movement of molecules (that produce sound)

Acceleration

Average speed

Constant acceleration

Distance

The rate at which velocity changes.

The total distance traveled divided by the time it takes to t…

A steady change in velocity.

The length of the path between two points.

Acceleration

The rate at which velocity changes.

Average speed

The total distance traveled divided by the time it takes to t…

Absolute Uncertainties

Fractional Uncertainties

Percentage Uncertainties

Powers Uncertainties

Difference between the average and the original values (e.g.…

Difference from average/average measurement

(Difference from average/average measurement) x 100

if y= a^n then the uncertainty would be n(difference from ave…

Absolute Uncertainties

Difference between the average and the original values (e.g.…

Fractional Uncertainties

Difference from average/average measurement

acceleration

speed

velocity

momentum

the rate of change of the velocity of an object

the rate at which someone or something is able to move or ope…

the speed of something in a given direction

the quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a produc…

acceleration

the rate of change of the velocity of an object

speed

the rate at which someone or something is able to move or ope…

Electrostatics

Electrostatics... The Principle of Superp…

Electrostatics... Electric Potential

Electrostatics... Electrical Potential En…

The study of stationary electric charges or fields as opposed…

The net electric force on a charge (q) due to a collection of…

k = Q/r ... Q= point source charge... r = distance from Q ... Positi…

Symbol: U, Units: J or 1 eV = 1.6x10^-19 J,... Energy due to po…

Electrostatics

The study of stationary electric charges or fields as opposed…

Electrostatics... The Principle of Superp…

The net electric force on a charge (q) due to a collection of…

KINETIC THEORY

KINETIC ENERGY

SOLIDS

LIQUIDS

States that everything is made of tiny particles. The arrange…

The energy an object has because it is moving.

-Particles are held closely together by strong bonds... -Atoms v…

-Bond between particles is less strong... -Particles still close…

KINETIC THEORY

States that everything is made of tiny particles. The arrange…

KINETIC ENERGY

The energy an object has because it is moving.