54. = _____________

55. lb/in2 = _____________

56. A kilogram meter per second squared (kgˑm/s2) is called a ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___. This is the SI unit for

___ ___ ___ ___ ___ and ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

57. A slug foot per second squared (slugˑft/s2) is called a ___ ___ ___ ___ ___. This is the USCS unit for

___ ___ ___ ___ ___ and ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

58. A Newton meter (Nˑm) is called a ___ ___ ___ ___ ___. This is the SI unit for ___ ___ ___ ___.

59. A kilogram meter squared per second squared (kgˑm2/s2) is also called a ___ ___ ___ ___ ___. This is the SI unit for ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

60. The joule is the SI unit for ___ ___ ___ ___ as well as ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

61. A joule per second (J/s) is called a ___ ___ ___ ___. This is the SI unit for ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

62. A newton meter per second (Nˑm/s) is also called a ___ ___ ___ ___.

63. The ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ is USCS unit for power and 1 hp = ___ ___ ___ W.

64. A newton per meter squared (N/m2) is called a ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___. This is the SI unit for

___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

65. A pound per inch squared (lb/in2) is commonly called the ___ ___ ___ . This is the USCS unit for

___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

66. According to the law of conservation of energy, ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ is neither ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ nor ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___.

67. The total mechanical energy is equal to the sum of ___ ___ energy and the ___ ___ energy.

68. According to principle of conservation of linear momentum:

__________________________________________________________________________________________

Equation SI unit

69. Average Speed ______________________ _________.

70. Average Velocity ______________________ _________.

71. Average Acceleration ______________________ _________.

The Kinematic Equations for Constant Acceleration (Chapter 2)

72. ___________________________________ _________.

73. ___________________________________ _________.

74. ___________________________________ _________.

75. ___________________________________ _________.

76. ___________________________________ _________.

77. Height (free fall from rest) ______________________ _________.

78. Components of a vector a ax =________________ ay = _________________

79. Magnitude of vector a ______________________

80. Direction of vector a ______________________

81. Unit-Vector Notation ______________________

82. The Scalar (or Dot) Product __________________________________________________________

83. The Vector (or Cross) Product __________________________________________________________

Given vi and θ, write the equation for the following:

84. The initial vertical velocity ________________________________.

85. The initial horizontal velocity ________________________________.

86. Range ________________________________.

87. Newton’s 2nd Law ______________________ _________.

88. Weight (use w, m, g) ______________________ _________. ________. (BE)

89. The Gravitational Force (FG) ______________________ _________.

90. Normal Force ______________________ _________.

91. Apparent weight ______________________ _________.

92. Frictional (static) Force ______________________ _________.

93. Frictional (kinetic) Force ______________________ _________.

94. An object is in ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___when it has zero acceleration.

95. Centripetal Acceleration (ac,v,r) ______________________ _________.

96. Centripetal Force (F,m,ac) ______________________ _________.

97. Centripetal Force ( F,m,v,r) ______________________ _________.

98. Circular velocity (v, r,T) ______________________ _________.

99. Speed of Satellite (Circular Orbit) ______________________ _________.

100. Period of Satellite (Circular Orbit) ______________________ _________.

101. Banked Curves ______________________

102. Workhorizontal (WH, F, s, cosθ) _____________________ _________.

103. Workagainst gravity (Wg,m,g,h,) _____________________ _________.

104. Kinetic Energy ______________________ _________.

105. Work – Energy Theorem ______________________

106. Potential Energy ______________________ _________.

107. Total Mechanical Energy ______________________ _________

108. Power (use P, W, t) ______________________ _________.

109. Power (use P, E, t) ______________________ _________.

110. Power (use F,v) ______________________ _________

111. Impulse ______________________ _________.

112. Linear Momentum ______________________ _________.

113. Impulse-Momentum Theorem ______________________

114. T or F A vector quantity has both magnitude and direction.

115. __________________, __________________ and _____________________ are examples of scalar quantities.

116. __________________, ___________________and _____________________ are examples of vector quantities.

117. Definition of θ in radians (equation) ______________________ (angular displacement)

118. The # of radians that correspond to 360, or one revolution is _____________.

119. The # of degrees in one radian is ______________________

120. Angular velocity ______________________ _________.

121. Angular acceleration ______________________ _________.

122. Tangential speed ______________________ _________.

(smooth rolling motion)

123. Tangential acceleration ______________________ _________.

(smooth rolling motion)

The Kinematic Equations for Constant Angular Acceleration (Chapter 10)

124. ___________________________________ _________.

125. ___________________________________ _________.

126. ___________________________________ _________.

127. ___________________________________ _________.

128. ___________________________________ _________.

129. Mass Density ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

130. Pressure ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

131. Pressure in a Static Fluid ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

132. Archimedes’ Principle ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

Temperature Conversions

133. From Celsius to Fahrenheit ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

134. From Fahrenheit to Celsius ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

135. From Celsius to Kelvin ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

136. Normal Body Temperature __________(̊ F) _______ (̊ C) _______ (K)

137. Heat Exchange ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

138. Specific Heat of water ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

139. Density of water ______________________ _______ (SI unit)

140. Density of air at 1 atmosphere (atm) ______________________ _______ (SI Unit)

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