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R1-1 Physics I Review 1 Review Notes Exam 1
R1-3 Definitions (Continued)
R1-4 Definitions (Continued)
R1-5 Class #1 Take-Away Concepts
R1-6 Problem Solving Strategy for Projectile Motion
R1-7 Hit the Falling Target Diagram
R1-8 Hit the Falling Target Table of Kinematic Quantities
R1-9 Hit the Falling Target Solving for Time
R1-10 Hit the Falling Target Solving for Final Y Position
R1-11 Class #2 Take-Away Concepts
R1-12 Using Newton’s Second Law to Solve Problems
R1-13 Free-Body Diagrams
R1-14 Example Problem in 1D An Elevator Going Down
R1-15 Newton’s Third Law Pairs: How to Recognize Them
R1-16 Class #3 Take-Away Concepts
R1-17 A Common Example: Atwood’s Machine
R1-18 Solution to Atwood’s Machine
R1-19 Inclined Plane
R1-20 Coordinate Systems and Free-Body Diagrams Use trigonometry to determine X & Y components of forces not aligned with coordinate system.
R1-21 Solving for Acceleration
R1-22 Class #4 Take-Away Concepts
R1-23 Important Facts About Velocity and Acceleration Vectors
R1-24 Uniform Circular Motion
R1-25 What is the Direction of Acceleration?
R1-26 Centripetal Force
R1-27 Example: A Rock on a String Twirl a 1 kg rock attached to a string in a 1 m radius vertical circle. The speed is 4 m/sec. What forces act on the rock and what are the directions of those forces?
R1-28 Case A: Rock at the Top of the Circle
R1-29 Case B: Rock at the Bottom of the Circle
R1-30 Class #5 Take-Away Concepts
R1-31 Momentum of an Object Definitions
R1-32 Change of Momentum
R1-33 Impulse and the Impulse- Momentum Theorem
R1-34 Example Problem Using Impulse-Momentum
R1-35 Class #6 Take-Away Concepts
R1-36 Internal and External Forces
R1-37 The Momentum of a System
R1-38 Conservation of Momentum (in a Nutshell)
R1-39 Class #7 Take-Away Concepts
R1-40 Conservation of Momentum in Multiple Dimensions
R1-41 Collisions in Multiple Dimensions
R1-42 Center of Mass
R1-43 Class #8 Take-Away Concepts
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