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CHAPTER 3 SECTION 3 Using Newton’s Laws. WHAT FORCES ARE EXERTED ON A ROCKET?  From what we learned in the last few lessons, what type of forces do you.

momentum of the gas expelled from the bottom of the rocket is conserved by the opposite momentum of the rocket  The total momentum of the rocket and fuel is zero (because they are equal in size and opposite in direction)  By controlling how much gas is ejected the rocket’s momentum can be controlled So, what forces really are exerted on a rocket? HOMEWORK  Work on the 3.3 Worksheet/

Lecture 23: MOI & Torque. Kinetic energy of Rotation K = sum of ½ m v 2 for all parts of the body  Moment of inertia I  K = ½ I ω 2.

–i – j direction, so i-j or SE so f) Angular Momentum of Rigid Body about fixed axis L = sum over angular momenta of parts Use l = r p = m r v = m r (r ω)  L = I ω Dynamics Transliteration Mass  Moment of inertia Force  Torque Momentum  Angular Momentum Newton II Momentum Conservation  Angular Momentum Conservation Angular Momentum Conservation Angular momentum is conserved if no external net torque is present Demos: turntable + weights, turntable and/

Newtonian Mechanics – Momentum, Energy, Collisions Gernot Laicher For ACCESS Class 2011.

In general there are an infinite number of possible solutions (combinations of the final velocities u 1 and u 2 that fulfill the conservation of momentum requirement). Which of those solutions really happens depends on the exact nature of the collision. Excel Program – Using/) Is there Mechanical Energy Conservation in Totally Inelastic Collisions? Excel Program – Using a Solver Name the Excel worksheet tab for the previously created elastic collision Elastic Collision. Make a copy of this tab and rename it/

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-January). You will NOT receive a completion stamp for them.) Reminders WebQuest worksheets due tomorrow in class WebAssigns are due tomorrow before 1st period Task 3 power point (remember, rubric is online in the WebQuest instructions!) is due tomorrow by 11:59 PM! Quiz covers Newton’s laws, Momentum, Impulse, and Conservation of Momentum (including collisions). Question 1 If a 55.0 kg woman is/


such a large momentum? It has a small mass, but it has a very large velocity Law of Conservation of Momentum The total momentum of objects in an interaction does not change, unless outside forces act on the object The quantity of the momentum is the same /your homework for tonight: State Newton’s Three Laws of Motion and give an example of each. Use Chapter 10 of your textbook or the Internet as your reference Bellwork: 11/6/07 *Write on BLUE Worksheet!* I like physical science laws because they treat /

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general there are an infinite number of possible solutions (combinations of the final velocities u 1 and u 2 that fulfill the conservation of momentum requirement). Which of those solutions really happens depends on the exact nature of the collision. Excel Program –/velocity) Is there Mechanical Energy Conservation in Totally Inelastic Collisions? Excel Program – Using a Solver Name the Excel worksheet tab for the previously created elastic collision “Elastic Collision”. Make a copy of this tab and rename it/

Motion - Chapter 8.1 Speed Velocity Momentum Speed Distance traveled divided by the time during which motion occurred Constant speed means that an object.

momentum Momentum Example Find the momentum of a 75 kg speed skater moving forward at 16 m/s. Momentum Example Mass = 75 kilograms Velocity = 16 m/s forward Momentum = (75 kg)(16m/s) Momentum= 1200 kg m/s forward Conservation of Momentum The total amount of momentum in a system is conserved/Gravity #3-5 worksheets. Do Now: Write the letter formula/equation and units for 1. Velocity 2. Speed 3. Momentum 4. Acceleration Force The cause of acceleration or the change in an object’s velocity SI unit of force is a/

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Chapter 6 Momentum. Linear Momentum Momentum = p Momentum = mass x velocity p = mv Units are kilogram-meters per second (kg·m/s)

human body during collisions On a trampoline, jumpers are protected from injury because the rubber reduces the force of the collision by allowing it to take place over a longer period of time. Egg Impulse Demo Conservation of Momentum When two or more objects collide, the total momentum of the two objects together remains the same. M 1 v 1i + m 2 v 2i = m 1 v/ = ½ m 1 v 1f 2 + ½ m 2 v 2f 2 v is positive if the object moves to the right and negative if moves to the left. Assignment Chapter 6 Worksheet

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it was discovered, the existence of the planet Neptune was predicted based on gravitational forces and Newton’s laws. Section 3 The third law of motion. C. Momentum—related to how much force is needed to change an object’s motion; momentum equal mass times velocity. Section 3 The third law of motion. D. Law of conservation of momentummomentum can be transferred between objects; momentum is not lost or gained/

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Motion p.272 -273 in red text #13.1 worksheet accelerated Speed activity MOTION motion change in your position compared to a frame of reference. – as a train moves past a platform, people on the platform see those on the train / cars – If the forces both act on the same object the object will not move (net force = 0) MOMENTUM Momentum - describes how mass and velocity are affected by each other. units are kgm/s No velocity? no momentum! Conservation of momentum- The loss of momentum in one object is the gain/

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worksheet for the simulation is in the student’s booklets. Quantum and Nuclear Physics (B) Mr. Klapholz Shaker Heights High School http://www.wellsphere.com/wellpage/mri-lupus-vasculitis-image-brain Summary of the Photoelectric effect: Light makes electrons shoot off of/biw=1280&bih=647 A variation of our photoelectric equation: Conservation of energy gave us: Energy in / / n Now add in the deBroglie idea: = h/p p = h / The momentum of the electron depends on which energy level the electron is in. p n = h / n/

Energy Chapter 11 p.285 - 301. 11.1 – Forms of energy Energy is defined as the ability to do work. Heat energy (movement of molecules) ▫It is the sum.

, if the collision is inelastic, SOLVE USING MOMENTUM. ▫If energy is not conserved, there will be less energy after the collision than before. If the collision is elastic, you may use kinetic energy to solve. Practice P.300 #19-21 11.2 Section review #24-28 Assignment Complete the second section of your Work, Power, and Energy worksheet ▫(Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy; #1/

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1.Yes 2.No 3.Sometimes Countdown 10 Does an object with momentum always have energy? 1.Yes 2.No Countdown 10 Does an object with energy always have momentum? 1.Yes 2.No Countdown 10 If a mouse and an elephant /worksheet, etc. Today’s exit requires you to take back your old exit slips… We are going to check, BUT…. The answers are NOT in order – think of this like a WORD BANK! Check, correct, and get the help you need A = D B C The object started with grav. PE. The total energy was conserved. However, some of/

Worksheet A thermodynamic system undergoes a three-step process. An adiabatic expansion takes it from state 1 to state 2; heat is added at constant pressure.

was running backwards. Why? The process violates: 1. The Law of Conservation of Energy 2. The Law of Conservation of Momentum 3. The Second Law of Thermodynamics 4. All of the above Entropy: time’s arrow In the process of smashing the glass of milk, both energy and momentum are conserved. However, the entropy is increased The direction of time is the direction of increasing entropy. Reversible and irreversible processes In an irreversible process, the/

Warm-Up: December 11, 2015  A 1.75 kg rock is thrown north at a speed of 3.00 m/s. A ball of clay is thrown south at a speed of 2.00 m/s. The rock gets.

.00 m/s. The rock gets stuck in the clay and they move south together at a speed of 1.25 m/s. What is the mass of the clay? Calculator Quiz Answers Momentum and Impulse Worksheet Conservation of Momentum worksheet Questions about Momentum? Work and Power Section 10.1 Work Work and Dot Product Example 1  A rope is pulling a box horizontally across a horizontal floor. If/

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bow? 1. What speed would a fly with a mass of.55 g need in order to have the same kinetic energy as a 1200 kg car traveling at 20 m/s? 29,542 m/s 41.3 m/s 10.1 Energy and Work Worksheet 1 #3 a) 1800 J b) -1200 J 1/ car slows to 1.4 m/s to the right. Was the collision elastic? 11.2 Conservation of Energy A B In which case is both momentum and kinetic energy conserved? 11.2 Conservation of Energy Two brothers, Jason and Jeff, of equal masses jump from a house 3-m high. If Jason jumps on the ground and Jeff/

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Forces Def – an action exerted on an object to change the object’s state of motion (resting or moving) Units: Newtons (N) Net force – total force on an.

Newton’s laws worksheet Whiteboard questions Energy notes Quiz Wednesday – newton’s laws WHITEBOARD QUESTIONS Need a whiteboard, marker, paper towel, and calculator. Who was the scientist who gave us the Laws of Motion? Which law /Momentum To catch a ball you use a force to stop the ball You change the ball’s momentum If you increase the time to catch the ball you reduce the force Momentum and Collisions The total amount of momentum is an isolated system in conserved m1v1 = m2v2 During a collision, momentum/

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1 Using simplified equations of state to model steady-state Plinian eruptions How are Flow Conditions in Volcanic Conduits Estimated? How can variations.

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ENERGY. Starter Directions: Classify the following measurements as Force, momentum, Velocity, acceleration. 1. m/s squared 2. Newton 3. kg·m/s squared.

band STORED MECHANICAL ENERGY: Do you remember the LAW OF CONSERVATION OF MASS AND ENERGY? ENERGY TRANSFORMATIONS Law of Conservation of ENERGY: (same for mass) Mass/ NRG ____________ Mass/ NRG ______________ Mass/ Energy can only __________ Can’t be made Can’t be destroyed Change form!!! ENERGY TRANSFORMATIONS Energy Transfer worksheet Read and answer the questions on the worksheet entitles energy transformations Very often during the energy transformation/

The magnitude of the force Two equal charges Q are placed a certain distance apart. They exert equal-and-opposite forces F on one another. Now one of the.

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Newton’s Laws Chapter 5 Physics 521. Introduction Our understanding of force and motion has progressed with time. Sir Isaac Newton published his laws.

not Newtons, instead they are. A single object with constant velocity and mass also has constant momentum, we say momentum is conserved. Do Model Problem on Page 197 Do Practice Problems # 29 on Page 197 Impulse Impulse ( ) is the product of a force and the time over which the force acts. ▫ A vector quantity with the same/-4, & 5 Read about “Impulse and Auto Safety” on Pages 203-205. Chapter 5 Review Pages 206-209 #s 34, 37 - 46 Force Worksheet Problems – Red Book Assignment Chapter 5 Review Dynamics Test 2

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doing the work Energy is Conserved! 20 The total energy (in all forms) in a “closed” system remains constant This is one of nature’s “conservation laws” Conservation applies to: Energy (includes mass via E = mc 2 ) Momentum Angular Momentum Electric Charge Conservation laws are fundamental in physics/Position of car= height (m) GPE=mghKE=1/2mv 2 GPE+KE= total energy How fast is the car going? Top (30 m) Bottom (0 m) Halfway down 7.5 m p71 Energy “rules”! List 3 rules that you used to complete the worksheet /

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UNIT 5 (end of mechanics ) Universal Gravitation, Energy, Orbits, & SHM Did not teach SHM 2012-13 to HP.

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Momentum: A Crash Lesson  Review Chapter 6 for Assessment Tomorrow  Isaac Newton Worksheet  Assessment – Chapter 6  Introduce Chapter 7: Work and Energy LEARNING TARGETS I can describe how forces cause changes in motion. I can demonstrate and describe Newton’s First Law. I can explain the meaning of/can explain what happens when objects collide in terms of Newtons third law. I can apply the law of conservation of momentum when describing the motion of colliding objects. Next Quiz / Test : Thursday /

3.2 Conservation of Energy pp. 70 - 72 Mr. Richter.

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What are some characteristics of photons?

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Unit 5: Elastic Collisions In elastic collisions, two objects collide and return to their original shapes with no loss of total kinetic energy. ◦ After.

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