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CORC 1331 MAIN PAGE

PHYSICS TOPICS

Speed
Velocity
Acceleration
Constant Acceleration
Free Fall
Forces and Newton's Law
Kinetic Energy
Potential Energy

LIST OF EXAMPLES

CLASSIC PROBLEMS

Free Fall
Forces
Conservation of Energy
Conservation of Momentum

PHYSICS LINKS

Thinkquest Physics Library
Physics Zone
Multimedia Physics Studio

List of Physics Examples




Speed

Example 1

How to find the distance a car travels if you know the average speed and time.

Example 2


How to find the amount of time it takes a car to travel if you know the average speed and distance.


Velocity

Example 1

How to find the distance an airplane travels if you know its velocity and time.

Acceleration

Example 1


How to find the acceleration of a car if you know its change in speed in a given period of time.

Example 2

How to find the velocity of a plane if you know its acceleration and time.


Free Fall

Example 1


How to find the distance a dropped stone falls if you know how long it takes to hit the ground.

Example 2

How to find the distance a ball travels if you know its initial velocity.

Example 3


How to find the final velocity of a dropped object if you know its initial velocity and time.

Forces and
Newton's Laws

Example 1


How to find the net force of a moving body if you know the mass and acceleration.

Example 2


How to find the acceleration of a moving body if you know the net force and the mass.

Example 3

How to find the mass of a moving body if you know the net force and acceleration.

Kinetic Energy

Example 1

How to find the kinetic energy of a person if you know his mass and speed.

Example 2

How to find the the speed of an object if you know its mass and kinetic energy.

Example 3


How to find the mass of an object if you know its speed and kinetic energy

Potential Energy

Example 1

How to find the potential energy of an object if you are given the mass and height.

Example 2

How to find the height of an object if you are given the potential energy and mass.

Example 3

How to find the mass of an object if you are given its potential energy and height.