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### The motion diagram shown in the figure represents a pendulum released from rest at an angle of  from the vertical. The dots in the motion diagram (Figure 1) represent the positions of the pendulum bob at eleven moments separated by equal time intervals. 120 more words

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# Learning Goal: To practice finding the acceleration vector

Suppose an object has an initial velocity at time and later, at time , has velocity . The fact that the velocity changes tells us the object undergoes an acceleration during the time interval . 116 more words

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#### Arizona State University| PHY 121: Univ Physics I: Mechanics|Homework 1-1| Problem 3

Learning Goal:

To practice Problem-Solving Strategy 1.1 for motion diagram problems.

PROBLEM-SOLVING STRATEGY 1.1 Motion diagrams

MODEL: Determine whether it is appropriate to model the moving object as a particle. 574 more words

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#### Arizona State University| PHY 121: Univ Physics I: Mechanics|Homework 1-1| Problem 2

Learning Goal:

To practice Tactics Box 1.2 Vector Subtraction.

Vector subtraction has some similarities to the subtraction of two scalar quantities. With numbers, subtraction is the same as the addition of a negative number. 155 more words

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#### Arizona State University| PHY 121: Univ Physics I: Mechanics|Homework 1-1| Problem 1

Learning Goal:
To practice Tactics Box 1.1 Vector Addition.

Vector addition obeys rules that are different from those for the addition of two scalar quantities. When you add two vectors, their directions, as well as their magnitudes, must be taken into account. 124 more words

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#### See Yourself Seeing

I like to use light as a material, but my medium is actually perception. I want you to sense yourself sensing – to see yourself seeing.

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#### FREE Poetry Contest \$500 Prize - Zócalo Public Square, DEADLINE: Feb. 4, 2019

Zócalo Public Square is currently running a free poetry contest with the theme of “Place.” Poets may send up to three poems to poetry@zocalopublicsquare.org. 267 more words

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