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Final Exam Review, part 2 Friday, December 12
6:15 A 1500kg car drives around a flat 200-m- diameter circular track at 25m/s. What are the magnitude and direction of the net force on the car? What causes this force?
6:24 The centers of a 10kg lead ball and a 100g lead ball are separated by 10cm. What gravitational force does each exert on the other?
7:10 What magnitude of F 2 causes the net torque on the rod to be zero? F 1 =20.0N 45 0 F2F2 1m.5m
9:48 A 20 g ball of clay is thrown horizontally at 30 m/s towards a 1.0 kg block and sticks to the block. The block is on a magic frictionless surface. What is the speed of the block and clay immediately after the clay hits?
7:48 Before after V 1i =20m/s v 2i = 0 v f we want to find p i =M ball *v 1i +0=p f =(M ball + M block )v f
oscillators A massless spring has a spring constant of 10.0N/m. It is hung vertically. Then a 250 g mass is hung from the spring. How far does it stretch? B) If the mass is made to oscillate vertically, what is its period?
Mass on a spring k=10N/m, F =mg =k Δy Δy = mg/k =.250*9.8/10. = m 24.5cm
Final Exam Monday, December 15, 1:30-3:30pm HERE