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College physics arranged for cpslo phys141
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Week 1
1 introduction to one-dimensional kinematics
1
2 displacement
1.1
Position
1.2
Displacement
1.3
Distance
1.4
Section summary
1.5
Conceptual questions
1.6
Problems & Exercises
2
3 time, velocity, and speed
2.1
Time
2.2
Velocity
2.3
Speed
2.4
Section summary
2.5
Conceptual questions
2.6
Problems & Exercises
3
4 development of force concept
4
5 introduction to work, energy, and energy resources
5
6 conservation of energy
5.1
Law of conservation of energy
5.2
Other forms of energy than mechanical energy
5.3
Some of the many forms of energy
5.4
Transformation of energy
5.5
Efficiency
5.6
Section summary
5.7
Conceptual questions
5.8
Problems & Exercises
6
7 introduction to linear momentum and collisions
7
8 conservation of momentum
7.1
Subatomic collisions and momentum
7.2
Section summary
7.3
Conceptual questions
7.4
Problems & Exercises
8
9 acceleration
8.1
Instantaneous acceleration
8.2
Sign and direction
8.3
Section summary
8.4
Conceptual questions
8.5
Problems & Exercises
9
10 newton's second law of motion: concept of a system
9.1
Units of force
9.2
Weight and the gravitational force
9.3
What rocket thrust accelerates this sled?
9.4
Section summary
9.5
Conceptual questions
9.6
Problem exercises
10
11 physical quantities and units
10.1
Si units: fundamental and derived units
10.2
Units of time, length, and mass: the second, meter, and kilogram
10.3
The second
10.4
The meter
10.5
The kilogram
10.6
Metric prefixes
10.7
Known ranges of length, mass, and time
10.8
Unit conversion and dimensional analysis
10.9
Unit conversions: a short drive home
10.10
Summary
10.11
Conceptual questions
10.12
Problems & Exercises
11
12 newton's first law of motion: inertia
11.1
Mass
11.2
Section summary
11.3
Conceptual questions
12
13 kinetic energy and the work-energy theorem
12.1
Work transfers energy
12.2
Net work and the work-energy theorem
12.3
Determining the work to accelerate a package
12.4
Section summary
12.5
Conceptual questions
12.6
Problems & Exercises
13
14 linear momentum and force
13.1
Linear momentum
13.2
Momentum and newton’s second law
13.3
Section summary
13.4
Conceptual questions
13.5
Problems & Exercises
14
Useful information
15
Glossary of key symbols and notation
Week 2
Problem-solving basics for one-dimensional kinematics
0.1
Problem-solving steps
0.2
Step 1
0.3
Step 2
0.4
Step 3
0.5
Step 4
0.6
Step 5
0.7
Step 6
0.8
Unreasonable results
0.9
Step 1
0.10
Step 2
0.11
Step 3
0.12
Section summary
0.13
Conceptual questions
1
Graphical analysis of one-dimensional motion
1.1
Slopes and general relationships
1.2
Graph of displacement vs. time ( a = 0, so v Is constant)
1.3
Graphs of motion when a Is constant but a ≠ 0
1.4
Graphs of motion where acceleration is not constant
1.5
Section summary
1.6
Conceptual questions
1.7
Problems & Exercises
2
Power
2.1
What is power?
2.2
Calculating power from energy
2.3
Examples of power
2.4
Power and energy consumption
2.5
Section summary
2.6
Conceptual questions
2.7
Problems & Exercises
3
Work, energy, and power in humans
3.1
Energy conversion in humans
3.2
Power consumed at rest
3.3
Power of doing useful work
3.4
Section summary
3.5
Conceptual questions
3.6
Problems & Exercises
Week 3
Introduction to two-dimensional kinematics
1
Kinematics in two dimensions: an introduction
2
Vector addition and subtraction: graphical methods
3
Vector addition and subtraction: analytical methods
4
Work: the scientific definition
4.1
What it means to do work
4.2
Calculating work
4.3
Section summary
4.4
Conceptual questions
4.5
Problems & Exercises
5
Projectile motion
5.1
A fireworks projectile explodes high and away
5.2
Calculating projectile motion: hot rock projectile
5.3
Summary
5.4
Conceptual questions
5.5
Problems & Exercises
6
Addition of velocities
6.1
Relative velocity
6.2
Calculating velocity: wind velocity causes an airplane to drift
6.3
Relative velocities and classical relativity
6.4
Calculating relative velocity: an airline passenger drops a coin
6.5
Summary
6.6
Conceptual questions
6.7
Problems & Exercises
7
Introduction to dynamics: newton’s laws of motion
8
Newton’s third law of motion: symmetry in forces
8.1
Getting up to speed: choosing the correct system
8.2
Section summary
8.3
Conceptual questions
8.4
Problem exercises
9
Normal, tension, and other examples of forces
9.1
Normal force
9.2
Weight on an incline, a two-dimensional problem
9.3
Tension
9.4
What is the tension in a tightrope?
9.5
Extended topic: real forces and inertial frames
9.6
Section summary
9.7
Conceptual questions
9.8
Problem exercises
10
Problem-solving strategies
10.1
Problem-solving strategy for newton’s laws of motion
10.2
Section summary
10.3
Problem exercises
11
Further applications of newton’s laws of motion
11.1
Drag force on a barge
11.2
Different tensions at different angles
11.3
What does the bathroom scale read in an elevator?
11.4
Integrating concepts: newton’s laws of motion and kinematics
11.5
What force must a soccer player exert to reach top speed?
11.6
Summary
11.7
Conceptual questions
11.8
Problem exercises
Week 4
Friction
0.1
Skiing exercise
0.2
Section summary
0.3
Conceptual questions
0.4
Problems & Exercises
Week 5
Newton’s universal law of gravitation
0.1
Tides
0.2
”weightlessness” and microgravity
0.3
The cavendish experiment: then and now
0.4
Section summary
0.5
Conceptual questions
0.6
Problem exercises
1
Motion equations for constant acceleration in one dimension
Week 6
Elastic collisions in one dimension
0.1
Calculating velocities following an elastic collision
0.2
Section summary
0.3
Conceptual questions
0.4
Problems & Exercises
Week 7
Rotation angle and angular velocity
0.1
Rotation angle
0.2
Angular velocity
0.3
Section summary
0.4
Conceptual questions
0.5
Problem exercises
1
The first condition for equilibrium
2
The second condition for equilibrium
2.1
She saw torques on a seesaw
2.2
Section summary
2.3
Conceptual questions
2.4
Problems & Exercises
3
Angular acceleration
3.1
Section summary
3.2
Conceptual questions
3.3
Problems & Exercises
4
Dynamics of rotational motion: rotational inertia
4.1
Rotational inertia and moment of inertia
4.2
Calculating the effect of mass distribution on a merry-go-round
4.3
Section summary
4.4
Conceptual questions
4.5
Problems & Exercises
5
Rotational kinetic energy: work and energy revisited
5.1
Calculating the work and energy for spinning a grindstone
5.2
Calculating helicopter energies
5.3
How thick is the soup? or why don’t all objects roll downhill at the
5.4
Section summary
5.5
Conceptual questions
5.6
Problems & Exercises
6
Angular momentum and its conservation
6.1
Calculating the torque in a kick
6.2
Conservation of angular momentum
6.3
Calculating the angular momentum of a spinning skater
6.4
Section summary
6.5
Conceptual questions
6.6
Problems & Exercises
Week 8
Stability
0.1
Section summary
0.2
Conceptual questions
0.3
Problems & Exercises
1
Applications of statics, including problem-solving strategies
1.1
Summary
1.2
Conceptual questions
1.3
Problems & Exercises
2
Centripetal acceleration
3
Centripetal force
3.1
What coefficient of friction do car tires need on a flat curve?
3.2
Section summary
3.3
Conceptual questions
3.4
Problems exercise
4
Fictitious forces and non-inertial frames: the coriolis force
4.1
Section summary
4.2
Conceptual questions
Week 9
Collisions of extended bodies in two dimensions
0.1
Rotation in a collision
0.2
Section summary
0.3
Conceptual questions
0.4
Problems & Exercises
Source:
OpenStax, College physics arranged for cpslo phys141. OpenStax CNX. Dec 23, 2014 Download for free at http://legacy.cnx.org/content/col11718/1.4
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