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Week 1[edit]

OpenStax University Physics/V1/Formulas

1/14 (M): Class cancelled

1/15 (T): lab did to end of 2 b velocityAcceleration Now lets look at equation sheet:

1/16 (W):Did the first three units in the OER slides, finishing,

C:File:MUPHYS1 02 Vectors (Module Overview).pdf

1/17 (R): following Tuesday:

  • lab did to end of 2 b velocityAcceleration
  • Now lets look at equation sheet:

if time permits: https://www.varsitytutors.com/hotmath/hotmath_help/topics/solving-linear-quadratic-systems

Week 2[edit]

MLK off 1/21(M)

1/23 (W): Mt Kilauea problem uses quadratic equation: https://cnx.org/contents/95euk-LY@1.143:aQYvRFbS@14/Projectile-Motion

Week 3[edit]

Wright State University Lake Campus/2019-1/Phy2400/Announce 1/28 (M): File:MUPHYS1_05_Newton_s_Laws_of_Motion_(Module_Overview).pdf

MIT free body diagrams[edit]

1/29 (T): free-body-diagrams (ocw.mit.edu)

Rest of week cancelled due to weather

Week 4[edit]

2/4 (M): T1 YesY Done[edit]

2/5 (T)[edit]

https://bitbucket.org/Guy_vandegrift/qbwiki/wiki/Home

Today we will try to develop test questions.

We need access to Python[edit]
  1. Available on most campus computers (including our little lab laptops)
  2. See also https://www.python.org/downloads/ is you want to download one on your laptop
Next we need to get Python files to improve[edit]

Start here:
https://bitbucket.org/Guy_vandegrift/qbwiki/wiki/Home

  1. From the aforementioned wiki Click Source to get to:
  2. Source Look in OSUP-1-5-unfinished to get chapter 5 questions. We begin with problem 33 at:
  3. up1-5-33 Use the 3 dots and open raw to get to:
  4. a python file you can save
Latex[edit]

If you have Windows and are willing to waste a lot of time download Miktex at: https://miktex.org/. But it is far simpler to upload the question only (after deleting the \ifkey footnote):

  1. https://latexbase.com seems to work, at least for now.
  2. I have no experience with https://www.overleaf.com/user/subscription/plans

W: Mit labs and meeting

2/8 Fri: Learned one wikiquiz[edit]

https://en.wikiversity.org/w/index.php?oldid=1863118

Week 5: T2 study guide[edit]

2?/4 from 1411605 to a04DynForce Newton_sled (solutions)
3?/5 from 1411613 to a04DynForce Newton_tensions (solutions)
2?/4 from 1411601 to a04DynForce Newton_forces (solutions)
3?/5 from 1417994 to a05frictDragElast_3rdLaw (solutions)
3?/5 from 1418007 to a06uniformCircMotGravitation_friction (solutions)
2?/14 from 1411691 to a06uniformCircMotGravitation_proof (solutions)

2/11 (M)[edit]

1411605 to a04DynForce Newton_sled (solutions)
1411613 to a04DynForce Newton_tensions (solutions)
1411601 to a04DynForce Newton_forces (solutions)

2/12 (T)[edit]

Lab: Chapter 6#45 w python, attempted #61

2/13 (W)[edit]

Recitation: Discussed Friction, Problem 6.61 (rapeller), and chapter 6 slides Lecture: Study guide.

ideas for Lecture[edit]

2?/4 from 1411601 to a04DynForce Newton_forces (solutions)
3?/5 from 1417994 to a05frictDragElast_3rdLaw (solutions)
3?/5 from 1418007 to a06uniformCircMotGravitation_friction (solutions)

2/14 (R)[edit]

Week 6 Doing... T2?[edit]

I think we should postpone this test till a week from Monday.

2/18 (M)[edit]

2/19 (T)[edit]

2/20 (W)[edit]

Recitation:

Lecture:

2/21 (R)[edit]

Week 7[edit]

Differentials and energy conservation[edit]

Note dot product:

Add these equations together:

In vector notation:

2/25 (M): TEST 2 is Today[edit]

2/26 (T)[edit]

Today:

  1. Get Matlab working
  2. Visit Wright_State_University_Lake_Campus/2019-1/Matlab#CSVmaker
  3. Be able to save a file or upload to Pilot

2/27 (W)[edit]

Energy-cart1. Got into momentum and mentioned center of mass.

2/28 (R)[edit]

Week 8:Spring Break[edit]

Spring break 3/4(M)-3/9(S)

Week 9[edit]

3/11 (M)[edit]

3/12 (T)[edit]

http://mrlawsonscience.weebly.com/uploads/1/0/9/5/10954375/unit_6_-_worksheet_-_6.5_-_torque_rotational_inertia_angular_momentum_and_kinetic_energy.docx

3/13 (W)[edit]

For reference only: using differentials to calculate a cone's moment of inertia

3/14 (R)[edit]

Lab: Integral as (Riemann) sum to get area of circle. Scripts/codes to solve problems in http://mrlawsonscience.weebly.com/uploads/1/0/9/5/10954375/unit_6_-_worksheet_-_6.5_-_torque_rotational_inertia_angular_momentum_and_kinetic_energy.docx

Week 10[edit]

3/18 (M) Quiz Planned[edit]

Today we did: Question 3 from 1418173 to a08linearMomentumCollisions (solutions)
Question 1 from 1418177 to a09staticsTorques_torque (solutions)

3/19 (T)[edit]

  1. Signup for Symposium poster on writing numerical quizzes.
  2. Heat engine practice

3/20 (W)[edit]

3/21 (R)[edit]

Week 11T3 postponed till next week[edit]

3/25 (M) Quiz[edit]

Wright State University Lake Campus/2019-1/Phy2400/Announce

3/2628 (TR)[edit]

3/27 (W)[edit]

Week 12 Test 3 on Monday!!![edit]

4/1 (M) T3 is today[edit]

1/3 from 1380215 to a07energy_cart1 (solutions)
1/3 from 1380821 to a07energy_cart2 (solutions)
1/3 from 1418173 to a08linearMomentumCollisions (solutions)
2/5 from 1418177 to a09staticsTorques_torque (solutions)
1/4 from 1412312 to a10rotationalMotionAngMom_dynamics (solutions)
1/4 from 1412355 to a11fluidStatics_buoyantForce (solutions)
1/4 from 1381800 to c07energy_lineIntegral (solutions)


4/2,4 (T,R)[edit]

In your fluid class you will deal with more complexity. But for a short distance, the velocity profile is uniform. After that, must be replaced by

4/3 (W)[edit]

____

Contrasts:

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMy-oTPD5mI
  2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOFlvUJHreg
  3. best
  4. bester?

4/4 (R)[edit]

Week 13[edit]

4/8 (M)[edit]

4/9 (T)[edit]

Radiative Heat Transfer

4/10 (W)[edit]

4/11 (R)[edit]

Week 14 Doing... T4?[edit]

4/15 (M)[edit]

4/16-18 (TR)[edit]

http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/

  1. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/definitions/3/index.asp
  2. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/kinematics/4/index.asp
  3. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/kinematics/5/index.asp
  4. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/1D/1/
  5. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/1D/2/

4/17 (W)[edit]


1/4 from 1412312 to a10rotationalMotionAngMom_dynamics (solutions)
1/4 from 1412355 to a11fluidStatics_buoyantForce (solutions)
1/4 from 1381800 to c07energy_lineIntegral (solutions)


Not yet:


  1. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/multi/1/
  2. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/multi/2/
  3. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/multi/14/
  4. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/circular/1/
  5. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/buoyant/1/
  6. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/buoyant/2/
  7. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/multipart/1/
  8. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/multipart/2/
  9. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/dynamics/multipart/15/
  10. http://www.uwgb.edu/fenclh/problems/kinematics/7/index.asp


Friday: Start equation sheet!!!!

4/18 (R)[edit]

Week 15[edit]

Last day of classes is 4/27(S)

4/22 (M)[edit]

  • Summer school: Try to enroll before Friday.
  • Pick up formula sheet. Today we try and establish it as official.
  • Tues/Thurs will problem solvins seesions. Attendance "required".
  • Wed

4/23 (T)[edit]

Informal lab report: Find the acceleration of an object sliding down an inclined plane with angle θ for an object of mass m that has a kinetic coefficient of friction of μ. Explain your free body diagram with two sketches, showing first a rotated coordinate system, and second, a modified version that splits gravity into two components.

4/24 (W)[edit]

4/25 (R)[edit]

Final Exams[edit]

Final Exams

4/29 (M)[edit]

4/30 (T)[edit]

5/1 (W)[edit]

5/2 (R)[edit]

5/3 (F)[edit]

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