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

- Recognize basic physical quantities in language, connect them with their mathematical definition, and demonstrate a direct algebraically driven calculation from the definition.
- Conceptualize fundamental key quantities and refine / modify your intuitions about your physical world with the help of dynamic visualizations.
- In problems driven by a single key concept or idea, construct basic connections between quantities to breakdown / illustrate the main idea.
- Reliably employ advanced mathematics as a means to explore and produce calculations in the context of a rich, multi-faceted problem.
- Develop and implement techniques for tracking work and keeping calculations reliable.
- 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.htmlExams: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.pdfKinematics: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 81Forces: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 51Energy: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 53Momentum: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 74Rotation: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 53Gravitation: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 46Fluids: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 39Oscillations: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 63Waves: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