Course :Phys 101 (REC)                                                                                                  Instructor : Fuad Enaya

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Homework # 1

Problems :   ( From Ch. 1 & 2)

Q1. A solid lead cylinder has a mass of 56.5 kg and radius of 35 cm. Find the height of the cylinder in cm.   ( The density of lead is 11.3 g/cm3)

Q2. An object is thrown at t=0 vertically upward with a velocity of 48.9 m/s. What is its average velocity between t=2 s and t=3 s? [Ignore air resistance]

Q3. An electron moving along the x axis has a position given by x = 40 t - 10 t2, where x is in m and t is in s. How far is the electron from the origin when it momentarily stops?

HW# 1 Solution

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Homework # 2

Problems :   ( From Ch. 3 & 4)

-( Problems 13 &  21,from Ch3)

-( Problems 10 &  18,from Ch4)

HW# 2 Solution

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Homework # 3

Problems :   ( From Ch. 5 & 6)

-( Problems 4 , 5 &  8 from Extra sheets 5&6)

HW# 3 Solution

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Homework # 4

Problems :   ( From Text Book, Ch. 7 & 8)

-CH 7( Problems 13 page 137 , 24 page 138)

-CH 8( Problems 6 page 161 , 34 page 163)

HW# 4 Solution

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Homework # 5

Problems :   ( From Ch. 9 & 10)

-( Problems 3  & 6 from Extra sheet 9)

-( Problems 2  & 5 from Extra sheet 10)

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Homework # 6

Problems :   ( From Text Book Ch. 11 )

 Problem 33 page 241 Problem 41 page 242 Problem 54 page 243

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Homework # 7 ( The Last)

Problems :   ( From Text Book Ch. 13 )

 Problem 17 page 290 Problem 25 page 291 Problem 39 page 293

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