# Physics 1211: Introductory Physics

### Lecture Hours:

M/W/F 10:30 am - 11:30 pm ROOM RC0005

### Textbook

FUNDAMENTAL OF PHYSICS, 11th edition, Halliday and Resnick and Walker with Wiley Plus (WP).

COURSE OUTLINE

Pre-Exam Problem-Solving Session, Wednesday DEcember 5, 12:30 to 2:30 PM, CB 2010

Monday's lecture

Last Year Final Exam
Here is the solution

Quiz 6 on Rolling
Read Section 11.1 and 11.2, then do the Part A to E with the help of the Note. Then do Part F and G
Download PDF of Solution of Quiz 6 plus Extra Part F and G
Students are strongly encouraged to study part F and G, which contain a Puzzle. I will post a full solution that explain the puzzle later!.

PRACTICE PROBLEMS FOR FRIDAY'S FINAL EXAM
Chapter 2 and 4: Kinematics and Projectile Download PDF of Linear Kinematics

Chapter 5 and 6: Newton's Law

Chapter 7, 8, 9: Work, Energy, and Momentum
Begin by studying notes of energy:
Now study notes of momentum:
Here is another example on momentum:
Now do the multiple-choice and full-answer problems
Don't forget to do M6*** I will post answer later

Chapter 10 and 11: Rotational Kinematics and Dynamics

Daily Lecture of Wednesday November 28
Below is the notes and problems Download PDF of Physics of Rolling
Optional Quiz 6 Friday December 30

Introduction to Torque and Newton's second law for rotation
Some problems was discussed in class, but you should do the last problem, question 4.
The solution will be posted later

Rotational Kinematics Reading and Problem Solving Exercises
Question 1 to 3 was done in class, question 4 is quiz 5 done on Friday, question 5 is new but based on question 4
I emphasize that anything posted on the webpage will be the basis of the upcoming Final Exam

Assignment 10 has been Posted
It is due on Monday December 3, 2018

Lecture Material On Wednesday November 21 on Rotational Kinematics
Right Hand Rule to find the direction of Angular Velocity and acceleration
Illustration of Angular Velocity Direction
1D Angular Plot
Rotation Graph Question
Rotation Concept Questions
Rotational Kinematics with Constant Angular Aceeleration
Rotation Problems

Note that these daily questions may end up as exam multiple choice

Solution of Quiz 4 on Friday November 16: Conservation of Energy and Conservation of Momentum
Study the solution and try the challenge question below

Daily Question
Center of Mass (COM)

Impulse Momentum

Note that these daily questions may end up as exam multiple choice

Challenge Problem

Previous Questions

Previous Problem
Energy: Download PDF of Energy Question that could be on Final exam
2D Conservation of Momentum with energy consideration
Download PDF of 2D Conservation of Momentum Question that could be on Final exam

VERY IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Final Exam is on Friday December 7, about 4 WEEKS AWAY
More than 50% of the material on the Final exam will be on Energy, Momentum and Rotation, which we will learn in the next 3 weeks
Students who want to get good grades are advised to attend lectures and do the assignment without copying online solutions. The problems in the final exam will be based on the assignment questions

Challenge Exercise with Full Solution

Assignments must be done on Wiley Plus (WP)

LAB are done
Students in section F2B must hand in lab report on Experiment 7 by November 26 Click HERE for info

## INFO on WILEY PLUS (WP)

The textbook with WP is now available at the bookstore (\$180). You can also purchase the WP which includes an online textbook, alone for \$120. However, physics students should purchase the actual textbook, since it will be used in second-year physics courses. You can register for WP free for 14 days after which they are expected to obtain a registration code.

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Once you have registered please do the two assignments:
Assignment zero: Introduction to WileyPlus
MathSkill Assignment
Though these assignments will not be counted towards your final assignment mark, it will teach you how to use WP.

## Take-Home Quiz 1, Calculus Tutorial

Due on Thursday September 13, 5 pm
Read this Calculus Lecture before trying the quiz

This quiz will introduce students to basic calculus, such as differentiation, indefinite and definite integral. Please note that this is a calculus-based physics course

## Assignments (Do on WileyPlus)

ASSIGNMENT 10: Current
Chapter 10 Concept question 4, 5, and 10, Problem 3, 9, 19, 45, 51, and 66
Chapter 11 Concept question 5, Problem 1, 7, 9, 11, 12, and 54
It is due on Thursday November 22, 9:30 PM
Students are encouraged to use the hints, and links to solved problems, to math help, and to text. Students are encouraged to use GO Tutorial and Interactive Learn Ware(ILW) when available. For this assignment, students have five tries. As long as they submit the correct answer in 5 tries they get full marks.

ASSIGNMENT 9: Previous
Chapter 8 Concept question 1, 3, and 6, Problem 2, 14, 25, 35, 51, 57, and 95
It is due on Thursday November 22, 9:30 PM

ASSIGNMENT 8: Previous
Chapter 8 Concept question 1, 3, 4 and 6, Problem 6, 17, 19, 29, 36, 53, 55 and 57
It is due on Thursday November 15, 9:30 PM

ASSIGNMENT 7: Previous
Chapter 7 Concept question 3, 4, 7, Problem 11, 15, 19, 24, 25and 34
It is due on Wednesday November 7, 9:30 PM

ASSIGNMENT 6: Previous
Chapter 6 Concept question 5, 9, 13, Problem 20, 25, 29, 41, 45, 60, and 66
It is due on October 30 Tuesday, 9:30 PM

ASSIGNMENT 5: Previous
Chapter 6 Concept question 8, Problem 8, 23, 27, 28, 34, 35, and 62
Problem 8 and 42 includes vector drawing. Please come to see me if you have any problems doing them!
It is due on October 23 Tuesday, 9:30 PM

ASSIGNMENT 4: PreviousChapter 4: Problem 48
Chapter 5: Concept question 2, 3, 8 and 10, Problem 5, 13, 34, 42, 52 and 57
Problem 34, 42, 52 and 57 includes vector drawing.
It is due on Tuesday October 16, 2018, 9:30 PM

ASSIGNMENT 3: Previous
Chapter 2: Problem 48 and 53
Chapter 4: Concept Question 2, 4 and 9; Problem 7, 11, 25, 23, and 28
due on Wednesday 26 September, 9 PM

ASSIGNMENT 2: Previous
Chapter 2 Concept question 3, 6, 7, 8 and 9, Problem 3, 4, 5, 17, 21, 22, and 25
due on Wednesday 19 September, 9 PM

ASSIGNMENT 1: Previous
Chapter 3 Concept question 5 and 9, Problem 9, 15, 26, 27
Chapter 2 Problem 3, 4 and 5
due on Wednesday September, 9 PM

## Reading Assignments: to be completed before indicated lecture

Reading assignments are assigned at the end of each lecture, and are to be completed before the next lexture. Quizzies based on the reading assignments will occasionally be given to help me assess whether students understand the materials. In fact the lectures will be used to help students understand their reading assignments.

(Current) For the class of Wednesday November 28
Read Chapter 11: Rolling as translation and rotation combined section 11.1; Force and kinetic energy of rolling, section 11.2

(Previous) For the class of Monday November 26
Read Chapter 10: Rotational Moment of Inertia section 10.4; Torque 10.5; Newton's Second Law for Rotation, section 10.6

(Previous) For the class of Wednesday November 21
Read Chapter 10: Rotation Kinematics section 10.1 and 10.2; Linear and Rotational Variables, section 10.3

(Previous) For the class of Monday November 19
Read Chapter 9: section 9.3, 9.4, 9.6, 9.7 and 9.8 on Momentun

(CPrevious) For the class of Friday November 16
Read Chapter 9: section 9.3, 9.4 and 9.5 on Momentun

(Previous) For the class of Wednesday November 14
Read Chapter 9: section 9.1 and 9.2 Center of Mass
Read this note on Conservation of Energy, Example, and do the exercise
Don't forget to do the exercise

(Previous) For the class of Monday November 12
Read Chapter 8: section 8.2 on conservative of Mechanical Energy; section 8.4 work don by external Force; Section 8.5 Conservation of Energy

(Previous) For the class of Wednesday November 7
Read Chapter 7: Section 7.6 on Power
Read Chapter 8, section 8.1 on conservative force and potential energy

(Previous) For the class of Monday November 5
Read Chapter 7: Section 7.3 on gravitational work, Section 7.4 work by spring, Section 7.5 work by a general variable force

(Previous) For the class of Wednesday October 31
Read Chapter 7: section 7.1 on Kinetic Energy, Section 7.2 on Kinetic Energy and Work, Section 7.3 on gravitational work, Section 7.6 on power

(Previous) For the class of Wednesday October 24
Read Chapter 6: section 6.3 on Newton's laws and Uniform Circulation

(Previous) For the class of Friday October 19
Read Chapter 6: section 6.1 on Newton's laws and friction

(Previous) For the class of Friday October 5
Read Chapter 5: section 5.1, 5.2 and 5.3 on Newton's laws and application

(Previous) For the class of Monday October 1
Read 3D acceleratiob and velocity and uniform circular motio
Read Chapter 5: section 5.1 on Newton's laws

(Previous) For the class of Monday 24 September
Read Chapter 4: section 4.1 2D and 3D Position and Displacement; 4.2/4.3 2D and 3D average and instantaneous velocity/acceleration; Read section 4.4 on Projectile.

(Previous) For the class of Monday 17 September
Read Chapter 2: section 2.4 and 2.5 constant acceleration; section 2.6 Free-Fall; section 2.7 Grahical analysis

(Previous) For the class of Wednesday 12 September
Read Chapter 2: section 2.1 position, displacement and average velocity; section 2.2 Instantaneous velocity and speed; section 2.3 acceleration.

(Previous) For the class of Monday 10 September
Read Chapter 3, study the RIGHT HAND RULE, Figure 3-19, page 53

## LABS

Due to the large number of students lab section F2 will be divided into section F2A and F2B. F1 and F3 will be kept as is. Students will do lab every two weeks. The A sections will do a lab one week, and the B sections will do the same lab the following week. The lab section assignment will be announced soon.

Experiment 7, Moment of Inertia, on Tuesday November 13, 2018

Section F2B: 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM, CB 2010

Students in section F1, F2A, F3 must hand in lab report on experiment 7 on Tuesday November 20

The due dates of the Lab reports is on the Tuesday of the following week. They are to be submitted by inserting into the appropriate wooden mailslots outside CB 2010 (the physics laboratory).

### Office Hours:

M/W/F 10:00 AM - 2:00 pm ; T/TH 1 PM - 5 PM Room CB4025. Additional consultations can be arranged after class or by phone (343-8016) or by E-mail (apichart.linhananta@lakeheadu.ca)

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## Reading Assignments: to be completed before indicated lecture

Reading assignments are assigned at the end of each lecture, and are to be completed before the next lexture. Quizzies based on the reading assignments will occasionally be given to help me assess whether students understand the materials. In fact the lectures will be used to help students understand their reading assignments.

(Current) For the class of Wednesday 10 September Similiar to the previous assignment with some addition!
Read Chapter 3, section 3.1 to 3.3, pp. 40 to 55
Read Chapter 2, section 2.1 and 2.2, pp. 13 to 20
NEW! Read section 2.3, pp. 20 to 27, on Acceleration.

(Previous) (Previous)

## Online Tutorial (Do on WileyPlus)

Tutorials must be done on WileyPlus.

## Assignments (Do on WileyPlus)

ASSIGNMENT 1: CURRENT Chapter 3 Problem 2,9, 16 and 26, Vectors; Chapter 2 Problem 3, 4, 15, 18 and 21, motion in a straight line;
due on Friday 20 september, 9 PM
Students are encouraged to use the hints, and links to solved problems, to math help, and to text. Students are encouraged to use GO Tutorial and Interactive Learn Ware(ILW) when available. For this assignment, students have five tries. As long as they submit the correct answer in 5 tries they get full marks.
NOTE: The total mark for this assignment is 10. All assignments are worth the same for your final grades.
To access the assignment on WileyPlus.
GUIDE ON HOW TO DO ONLINE WP ASSIGNMENTS CLICK HERE for PDF of WP ASSIGNMENT GUIDE