Physics 111 Newtons Laws Review from class An

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Physics 111 Newton’s Laws

Physics 111 Newton’s Laws

Review from class: �An object is moved with F 1, with a certain m

Review from class: �An object is moved with F 1, with a certain m 1 and a 1. The same force is applied to m 2 and a 2. A 2 is twice as large as A 1. If you add m 2 and m 1 together and apply the same force, what is the acceleration?

Solution: � F 1=m 1 a 1 ◦ Plug in simple numbers for m

Solution: � F 1=m 1 a 1 ◦ Plug in simple numbers for m and a ( I chose 1) ◦ F 1= (1)(1)=1 F 1= m 2 a 2 You know the force is the same, 1. And you also know that a 2 is twice as large, so it would equal 2 in the insistence 1=m 2 * (2) M 2 = ½ Then you have to add m 1 and m 2 to find the acceleration for when both are added and the force stays the same so: F=(m 1 +m 2) (a 3) 1 = (1 + 1/2) (a 3) 1/(1/2) = a 3=. 666 or 2/3

Practice Problem �An African elephant can reach heights of 13 feet and possess a

Practice Problem �An African elephant can reach heights of 13 feet and possess a mass of as much as 6000 kg. Determine the weight of an African elephant in Newtons and in pounds. (Given: 1. 00 N =. 225 pounds)

Answer: 58800 N or 13230 lb � 6000 kg (9. 8) = 58800 N

Answer: 58800 N or 13230 lb � 6000 kg (9. 8) = 58800 N � 58800 N (. 225 lbs/ 1 N) = 13230 lbs

Problem: �According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the average mass of an

Problem: �According to the National Center for Health Statistics, the average mass of an adult American male is 86 kg. Determine the mass and the weight of an 86 -kg man on the moon where the gravitational field is one-sixth that of the Earth.

Answer: �Mass = 86 kg ◦ Stays the same, is constant �Weight = 140

Answer: �Mass = 86 kg ◦ Stays the same, is constant �Weight = 140 N ◦ 86 * (9. 8/6) = 140 N

Problem: � Ethan is dragging a bag of grass from the garage to the

Problem: � Ethan is dragging a bag of grass from the garage to the street on the evening before garbage pickup day. Use the free body diagram to determine the net force, mass, and acceleration acting upon the bag. The values of the individual forces are: � Fgrav = Fnorm = 60. 5 N Fapp = 40. 2 N Ffrict = 5. 7 N.

Answer: � Fnet: 16 N, right ◦ Fy cancel out ◦ Fx = +182

Answer: � Fnet: 16 N, right ◦ Fy cancel out ◦ Fx = +182 + -166 = 16 N m: 21. 1 kg Take normal force, 207 N / 9. 8 = 21. 1 a: 0. 76 m/s/s, right Take the force in x direction, and use F=ma 16 N = 21. 1 Kg (a) a =. 76

Problem: � It's Friday night and Skyler has been assigned the noble task of

Problem: � It's Friday night and Skyler has been assigned the noble task of baby-sitting Casey, his 2 -year old brother. He puts a crash helmet on Casey, places him in the red wagon and takes him on a stroll through the neighborhood. As Skyler starts across the street, he exerts a 52 N forward force on the wagon. There is a 24 N resistance force and the wagon and Casey have a combined weight of 304 N. Construct a free body diagram depicting the types of forces acting upon the wagon. Then determine the net force, mass and acceleration of the wagon.

Answer: � Fnet: 28 N, forward ◦ Fx = 52 + - 24 =

Answer: � Fnet: 28 N, forward ◦ Fx = 52 + - 24 = 28 m: 25. 7 kg 304 – 52 = 252 N by wagon 252/ 9. 8 = 25. 7 F=ma 28 N= 25. 7 kg(a) a=1. 09 m/s 2