- What is the acceleration of an object on a frictionless ramp?
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- A ramp that is tilted at an angle of θ. What is the magnitude of the normal force for an object on the ramp?
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A mass M is on a frictionless table. It is connected to a hanging mass by a string over a massless, frictionless pulley. The tension in the rope is equal to, greater than, or less than the weight of the dropping mass.- Click Here For Answer

- A object swings on a rope. At the bottom of its swing it has a velocity of v. What is the tension in the rope at the bottom?
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A pendulum of length ℓ swings to a maximum angle, θ. How high does it swing from its lowest position?- Click Here For Answer

- Given d
^{2}x/dt^{2}= −Cx. What is true of this object's motion?- Click Here For Answer

- Given d
^{2}x/dt^{2}= −Cx. What is its angular frequency, ω?- Click Here For Answer

- What equation equates frequency and angular frequency?
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- An object of mass m is moving in a circle of radius R at constant speed, v. It is held in the circle by a rope that has a tension of T. How much work is done by the rope in one circle?
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- Of the following forces, which ones are conservative?

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- Two objects push off of each other. What major concept should you use to solve this problem and why?
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- Two objects collide with each other. What major concept should you use to solve this problem and why?
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- An object moves between two positions. Only conservative forces act on the object. What major concept should you use to solve this problem?
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- Two objects are at rest while on a frictionless surface. They push off of each other. The heavier object moves to the right. The center of mass of the two object system moves which direction?
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- When can you use the kinematic equations?
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- An object moves with a velocity of v. It enters a region where the force on the object is in a constant direction. What major concept should you use to solve this problem?
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- What does net work always equal?
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- The force acting on an object becomes more perpendicular to the object’s displacement over time. How does the power delivered to the object change over time?
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- Define impulse.
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- When must you use the integral form of work?
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- What is a differential equation?
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- A graph has force on the y-axis and displacement on the x-axis. What does the area of this graph give?
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- A graph has force on the y-axis and time on the x-axis. What does the area of this graph give?
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- What happens when a net external force acts on an object?
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- What happens when a net external force acts on a system of objects?
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- What happens when a force acts on an object, but not at its center-of-mass?
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- When can you use Conservation of Angular Momentum?
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- Two objects push off of each other. One object is more massive than the other. Which one has more momentum afterwards?
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- Two objects push off of each other. One object is more massive than the other. Which one has more kinetic energy afterwards?
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- Two objects push off of each other. One object is more massive than the other. Which one exerts the greater force on the other?
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- A conservative force does 16 J of work on an object. If only this force has acted on the object, what is its change of potential energy?
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- An object moving with constant speed experiences a force that is always perpendicular to its motion. Describe its path.
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- Give three ways to calculate power.
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- Two identical objects collide elastically. One is initially at rest. Their final trajectories must form either of what two angles?
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- When does v
_{t}= rω or a_{t}= rα?- Click Here For Answer

- When does v
_{cm}= rω and a_{cm}= rα?- Click Here For Answer

A satellite moves from apogee to perigee. What concept would you use to calculate its new velocity?- Click Here For Answer

- Which quantities affect the period of a simple pendulum?
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- The amplitude of oscillation doubles for a spring. By how much does the total energy change?
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- At a given moment in time an object has a velocity of zero.

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- An object in static equilibrium has a net torque of zero when measured about its center of mass.

When measured at a point away from the center of mass the net torque will increase, decrease, or remain zero?- Click Here For Answer

A mass of M is on a table with coefficient of static friction, μ_{s}. M is attached via a rope and frictionless pulley to a hanging mass, m. If it is not moving, what is the force of static friction on M.- Click Here For Answer

- Two satellites of different masses are in the same orbit around a planet. Which one has the fastest period around the planet?
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- Two rockets of differing mass are launched from a planet. Which one requires the greater velocity to escape the planet?
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- Two rockets of differing mass are launched from a planet. Which one requires the greater kinetic energy to escape the planet?
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- Two satellites of different masses are in the same orbit around a planet. Which one has the most gravitational potential energy?
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- A satellite is in a circular orbit around a planet, M. Give two expressions for the satellite’s acceleration.
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- An object is launched at an angle of θ near the surface of the earth. At its top most position, what is it’s velocity?
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- A pendulum is swinging back and forth. After it passes its lowest position, what force propels it back up?
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Two stars of equal mass are rotating about their common center of mass. What distance is R in the following formulas: mv^{2}/Rc and Gmm/Rg^{2}?- Click Here For Answer

An disk is suspended from its center of mass so that it can rotate freely. A mass is attached to the rim of the disk, as shown above. As the mass falls, how does the net force and net torque on the disk change?- Click Here For Answer