Paul Mikulski
usna.edu/Users/physics/mikulski
mikulski@usna.edu
CH255 (near Bancroft/Chapel corner)

sp211_syllabus.html
sp211_equations.pdf
sp211_practice.pdf
sp211_final2004.pdf
sp211_final2005.pdf

Learning Outcomes:
  1. Recognize basic physical quantities in language, connect them with their mathematical definition, and demonstrate a direct algebraically driven calculation from the definition.
  2. Conceptualize fundamental key quantities and refine / modify your intuitions about your physical world with the help of dynamic visualizations.
  3. In problems driven by a single key concept or idea, construct basic connections between quantities to breakdown / illustrate the main idea.
  4. Reliably employ advanced mathematics as a means to explore and produce calculations in the context of a rich, multi-faceted problem.
  5. Develop and implement techniques for tracking work and keeping calculations reliable.
  6. Apply skills from previous core courses with particular emphasis on problems involving differential and integral calculus.

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Pertaining to Mikulski's sections (SP211.2211 and SP211.3311):
mikulski_cps.html

Exams:
exam1.pdf exam1_scan.pdf
exam2.pdf exam2_scan.pdf
exam3.pdf exam3_scan.pdf
exam4.pdf exam4_scan.pdf
exam5.pdf exam5_scan.pdf
exam6.pdf exam6_scan.pdf


Kinematics:
Topic  1. worksheet01.pdf scan01.pdf  2.1-2 position, displacement, velocity     4 14 17
Topic  2. worksheet02.pdf scan02.pdf  2.3   acceleration                         18 19 82 86
Topic  3. worksheet03.pdf scan03.pdf  2.4-5 constant acceleration                28 35 49 55
Topic  4. worksheet04.pdf scan04.pdf  4.1-3 kinematic variables as vectors       3 7 16 19
Topic  5. worksheet05.pdf scan05.pdf  4.4   projectile motion                    27 28 32 33
Topic  6. worksheet06.pdf scan06.pdf  4.5   uniform circular motion              56 58 64 67
Topic  7. worksheet07.pdf scan07.pdf  4.6-7 relative motion                      74 76 81

Forces:
Topic  8. worksheet08.pdf scan08.pdf  5.1   Newton's 1st and 2nd laws            5 7 12
Topic  9. worksheet09.pdf scan09.pdf  5.2-3 applying Newton's laws               17 30 34 39
Topic 10. worksheet10.pdf scan10.pdf  5.2-3 applying Newton's laws               44 56 57 63
Topic 11. worksheet11.pdf scan11.pdf  6.1   static and kinetic friction          16 21 27 34
Topic 12. worksheet12.pdf scan12.pdf  6.2-3 drag force, uniform circular motion  36 39 43 51

Energy:
Topic 13. worksheet13.pdf scan13.pdf  7.1-3 work, kinetic energy                 15 21 24
Topic 14. worksheet14.pdf scan14.pdf  7.4-5 work done by a variable force        27 31 38
Topic 15. worksheet15.pdf scan15.pdf  7.6   Power                                43 46 49
Topic 16. worksheet16.pdf scan16.pdf  8.1-2 potential and mechanical energies    17 19 20 34
Topic 17. worksheet17.pdf scan17.pdf  8.3   potential energy curves              39 40 41
Topic 18. worksheet18.pdf scan18.pdf  8.4-5 external forces, thermal energy      45 50 53

Momentum:
Topic 19. worksheet19.pdf scan19.pdf  9.1   center of mass                       2 5 7
Topic 20. worksheet20.pdf scan20.pdf  9.2   N2L for systems                      12 13 16
Topic 21. worksheet21.pdf scan21.pdf  9.3-4 momentum, impulse                    22 25 33 35
Topic 22. worksheet22.pdf scan22.pdf  9.5-8 collisions                           42 49 73 74

Rotation:
Topic 23. worksheet23.pdf scan23.pdf 10.1-3 rotational kinematics                4 11 22 29
Topic 24. worksheet24.pdf scan24.pdf 10.4-5 rotational inertia                   33 34 37 38
Topic 25. worksheet25.pdf scan25.pdf 10.5   calculating rotational inertia       39 41 43 44
Topic 26. worksheet26.pdf scan26.pdf 10.6-7 torque, N2L rotational form          46 48 56
Topic 27. worksheet27.pdf scan27.pdf 10.8   work and energy with rotation        58 59 61 63
Topic 28. worksheet28.pdf scan28.pdf 11.1-3 rolling                              4 14 18
Topic 29. worksheet29.pdf scan29.pdf 11.4-5 cross products, r x F and r x p      23 29 33
Topic 30. worksheet30.pdf scan30.pdf 11.6-8 angular momentum                     38 39 46 53

Gravitation:
Topic 31. worksheet31.pdf scan31.pdf 13.1-3 Newton's law of gravitation          10 17 19
Topic 32. worksheet32.pdf scan32.pdf 13.5   gravitational potential energy       29 34 40
Topic 33. worksheet33.pdf scan33.pdf 13.6   satellites, Kepler's laws            43 45 46

Fluids:
Topic 34. worksheet34.pdf scan34.pdf 14.1-2 fluids at rest, pressure             5 12 13 19
Topic 35. worksheet35.pdf scan35.pdf 14.4-5 Pascal, Archimedes                   28 32 39

Oscillations:
Topic 36. worksheet36.pdf scan36.pdf 15.1-2 simple harmonic motion           8 9 30
Topic 37. worksheet37.pdf scan37.pdf 15.4   pendulums                        40 41 42
Topic 38. worksheet38.pdf scan38.pdf damping, driving, resonance      57 58 62 63

Waves:
Topic 39. worksheet39.pdf scan39.pdf 16.1-2 traveling waves                  9 14 18
Topic 40. worksheet40.pdf scan40.pdf 16.5,7 interference, standing waves     32 43 49 58
Topic 41. worksheet41.pdf scan41.pdf 17.1-3 sound waves, interference        5 11 16 19
Topic 42. worksheet42.pdf scan42.pdf 17.7   the Doppler effect               55 56 59 65