Please contact me or a classmate if you have questions!

** NOTICE:**
"Q:" stands for

**Read:**Chapters 1 - 12**Q:**12.5-
**P:**12.13 (b), 12.18 (define a coordinate system and give answer in unit vector notation!, 12.42, 12.55

**Read:**12.8, 12.9, 12.11**Q: none**-
**P:**10.56, 12.43 (This is a cross product problem, really! The vector r goes from the origin to the mass.) - AQ1: A projectile proton with a speed of
*500 m/s*collides elastically with a target proton initially at rest. The two protons then move along perpendicular paths, with the projectile path at 60^{o}from the original direction. After the collision, what are the speeds of (a) the target proton and (b) the projectile proton? - AQ2: Find the determinants:

**Read:**12.8, 12.9, 12.11**Q:**none-
**P:**10.30, 10.31, 11.32, 11.35

- Bring a hard copy of your lab paper class (and email me a copy)!
**Read:**12.8, 12.9, 12.11**Q: none**-
**P:**11.16, 11.42, 11.58, 12.37 [Assume the two vectors lie in the x-y plane; give your answers in unit vector notation. Use the right hand rule and equation (12.46)]

**Read:**12.1 - 12.7, 12.10**Q:**11.5-
**P:**11.11, 11.12, 11.52 (NOTE: for part (b), the thermal energy increase is equal to the negative of the work done by the force of friction)

- Critique the lab paper draft that you received in class on Monday. Bring the critiqued copy (with the half-sheet critique page stapled to it) to class on Wednesday.
**Read:**12.1 - 12.7, 12.10**Q:**none-
**P:**11.6, 11.7, 12.36 (assume the two vectors lie in the x-y plane; give your answers in unit vector notation.) - AQI: Compute the following integrals! Simplify your answers as much as possible.

- Formal laboratory paper drafts due at class time on Monday, 27 Nov 2017 - please bring a hard copy to class. You will write your lab paper on
*Lab 09 Energy on an Inclined Plane*. For more information, see the syllabus and this link: http://users.manchester.edu/facstaff/gwclark/PHYS210/labs-210.html. **Read:**12.1 - 12.7, 12.10**Q:**none-
**P:**10.51, 11.1 & 11.3 (these two count as one for grading purposes!), 11.2 & 11.4 (these two count as one for grading purposes!), 11.8

**Read: No new reading assignment; no BG ticket. If you'd like to read ahead, reach Ch 12!****Q:**10.12, 10.13-
**P:**10.45, 10.48

**Read:****1**1.1 - 11.5**Q:**10.10-
**P:**10.12, 10.22 - AQ1: In lab this week we derived a formula for the range,
*R*, for the projectile fired from the horizontally aimed gun based on five measured quantities, each with an experimental uncertainty:*m*,_{1}± δm_{1}*m*,_{2}± δm_{2}*y*_{i}± δy_{i}*y*_{1}± δy_{1}*y*._{2}± δy_{2}

The formula we found was*R = [(m*._{1}+ m_{2})/m_{1}] [4 y_{i}(y_{2}- y_{1})]^{1/2}

Use the method of partial derivatives to find the relative uncertainty*R/δR*.

**Read:****1**1.1 - 11.5**Q:**10.2, 10.4-
**P:**10.3, 10.5

**Read:****1**1.1 - 11.5**Q:**none-
**P:**9.23, 9.24, 9.63, 9.65

**Read:****10.3 - 10.7****Q:**9.14-
**P:**9.40, 9.58, 9.61

**Read:****10.3 - 10.7****Q:**9.6-
**P:**9.16, 9.43, 9.48

**Read: 10.3 - 10.7****[Reading assignment for Monday, 06 Nov 2017. Base Group Ticket is optional for this reading; Base Groups will not meet on 06 Nov.]****Q:**9.8, 9.10**P**: 9.19, 9.26

**Read:**9.4 - 9.6, 10.1 - 10.3 and 10.7**Q:**8.5-
**P:**8.31 (carefully draw a F-B diagram!), 8.43, 9.17 (think this week's lab!)

**Read:**9.4 - 9.6, 10.1 - 10.3 and 10.7**Q:**8.2, 8.3, 8.4-
**P:**8.36

**Read:**8.1 - 8.3 (8.4 - 8.5 are optional!), 9.1 - 9.3**Q:**7.12-
**P:**7.33, 7.41, 9.12

**Read:**2.3, 8.1 - 8.3 (8.4 - 8.5 are optional!), 9.1 - 9.3**Q:**9.1-
**P:**7.40, 7.46, 9.3

**Read:**2.3, 8.1 - 8.3 (8.4 - 8.5 are optional!), 9.1 - 9.3**Q:**7.11-
**P:**6.48, 7.23, 7.36

**Read:**7.1 - 7.5**Q:**7.15-
**P:**6.29, 6.33, 6.55

**Read:**7.1 - 7.5**Q:**6.13, 6.17-
**P:**5.8, 6.18

**Read:**7.1 - 7.5**Q:**none-
**P:**6.6, 6.7, 6.11, 6.28

**Read:**6.4 - 6.6**Q:**5.4, 5.15-
**P:**4.34, 4.65

**Read:**6.4 - 6.6**Q:**4.12, 6.5, 6.6-
**P:**6.17

**Read:**6.4 - 6.6**Q:**4.14, 4.15 [For both of these questions, draw a pair of*x-y*axes that are in the plane of the page such that positive*z*is out of the page. Give your answers in unit vector notation.]-
**P:**4.45 - AQ1: Calculate your centripetal acceleration associated with the spin of the Earth on its axis and then your centripetal acceleration associated with your motion around the Sun.
- Extra Credit: Today in class we talked about a method for finding the maximum value of a function. Take a look at the kinematic equation
*y*(here I've set the initial time equal to zero and just written_{f}= y_{i}+ v_{iy}t - (1/2) g t^{2}*Δt*as simply*t*). Use the method to find an expression for the time,*t,*at which the maximum value of*y*occurs. Explain how this results jibes well with one of the other kinematic equations._{f}

**Read:**6.1 - 6.3**Q:**5.9, 5.10-
**P:**4.43, 4.48

**Read:**6.1 - 6.3**[Reading assignment for Monday, 04 Oct 2017. Base Group Ticket is optional for this reading; Base Groups will not meet on 04 Oct.]****Q:**5.1**P**: 3.12, 3.13, 4.44 (the example we started in class!), 5.18. 5.19. 5.20 [For these last three, remember that "equilibrium" means that the net force is zero!]- Note - these are all very short problems!

**Read:**5.1 - 5.5**Q:**4.9-
**P:**2.51, 3.42, 4.12

**Read:**5.1 - 5.5**Q:**4.4-
**P:**2.49, 3.3, 4.11

**Read:****Q:**None**P:**2.45, 2.57, 3.6 [For 2.57, recall what we did in lab finding the component of acceleration down an incline; see also equation (2.26)]**AQ1**: A car is measured to be moving with a uniform speed of (22.6 ± 0.2) m/s. The car starts at a position of (10.76 ± 0.05) m on a track and travels for (14.5 ± 0.5) s. Find the final position of the car,*x*._{f}± δ x_{f}.

**Read:**4.3 - 4.7**Q:**2.14, 4.5-
**P:**2.18, 2.43

**Read:**4.3 - 4.7**Q:**3.2-
**P:**2.13 [+ how long does it take the jet to travel the 4.0 m?], 2.14, 2.23

**Read:**3.1 - 3.4, 4.1 - 4.2**Q:**2.13**P:**2.29, 2.31 (note: for P2.31, take the derivatives first - so you have functions to play with - and then plug in numbers!)**AQ1:**Take the following derivatives:- (a) Find
*dF(x)/dx*when*F(x) = 4 x*^{5}+ 2 x^{2}- 5 - (b) Find
*dG(t)/dt*when*G(t) = t*^{ 9}- 3t^{3}+ 2t - (c) Find
*dx(t)/dt*when*x(t) = 3t - 4 t*^{ -3}

**Read:**3.3, 4.1 - 4.2**Q:**2.11, 2.12-
**P:**1.10, 2.17

**Read:**3.1 - 3.4, 4.1 - 4.2**Q:**none**P:**2.1, 2.3, 3.1, 3.2

**Read:**2.1 - 2.7**Q:**2.6, 2.7 [For both of these questions, draw the corresponding*v*vs.*t*graph below your reproduction of the*x*vs.*t*graph.], 2.8**P:**2.5

**Read:**1.5 - 1.7**Q:**1.3, 2.4, 2.5 [FYI, we will be working with motion graphs in lab on Tuesday! These may make more sense after lab.]**P:**2.4

**Read:**1.5 - 1.7; 2.1 - 2.7**Q:**None**P:**1.30, 1.54**Additional questions****AQ 1:**At CDN$1.20/L for gasoline [L = litres], how much (in US$) will it cost to drive from Windsor, Ontario, to North Manchester, IN, in a Honda Civic Hybrid which gets 50 mi/gal on the highway? What is the cost per gallon in USD? Use the web to get any additional info you need! www.x-rates.com is a good place for currency exchange rates. [CDN$ is Canadian dollars; USD$ is U.S. dollars)]- AQ 2: U.S. “proved” oil reserves are estimated to be about 32.3 billion bbl (bbl = barrels). How long will these reserves last at our current consumption rate of about 35.9 QBtu/year (2016)?
[Note: 1 bbl crude oil = 5.8 x 10
^{6}Btu ] **Extra Credit:**One litre of red dye molecules is dumped in the ocean from a bottle. The ocean is given a really good stir and one litre of the well-mixed seawater is scooped up in the bottle. About how many dye molecules will now be in the bottle?

**Read:**1.1 – 1.5; 1.8**Q:**1.2**P:**1.24, 1.25**AQ1:**Write these numbers in scientific notation:- A. 0.000000000000001 m (roughly the size of a small atomic nucleus)
- B. 98,000,000,000,000,000 Btu (approximate total US energy consumption in 2010)

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