By Francis Azzopardi
This quantity and its accompanying "Solutions Manual", may still allow scholars to be successful in a degree physics. It covers the obligatory cores of all of the significant syllabuses, together with the Northern Board's large Nuclear unit. The textual content is supported via transparent line diagrams to give an explanation for complicated suggestions. consciousness is targeted on crucial ideas, the authors aiming to supply scholars with a regular path spouse, but providing the proper heritage aspect and functions. factors are complete, and the e-book may be compatible for guided self-study. Guided examples lead steadily in the course of the significant syllabuses for 1996 and past. Self-assessments visual display unit growth, with a decision of "qualitative" and "quantitative" questions and a suite of ideas on hand to lecturers. additional assistance is supplied with mathematical strategies anyplace essential to produce a booklet with a purpose to profit scholars of all degrees of skill.
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M=pV where p , V= planet density and volume respectively. 10 Gravitation .. 0x 1024 ) X [24 X 3600) 2 .. m cx:pR 3 47l"2 pR3 .. 24 x 107 m The gravitational force (Fp) on the planet is given by: Orbital height (h) of the satellite is given by: h=R-RE where FE = gravitational force on Earth [N] p E , p P = density of Earth and planet respectively [kg m"3) RE, Rp = Earth and planet radius respectively [m] . F =F x )l,pxXR p E pR where RE =Earth radius [m) . 64 .. 59 X 107) (b) This orbit is called GEOSYNCHRONOUS and the satellite is said to be GEOSTATIONARY.
047) V = OJY where r = radius of the CD [m] :. 06] [rad s" 1][m] 3 For the second hand, periodic time, Ts =60s .. 63 m s- I 1 . 8 Motion in a Circle 1 5 The spin anglular velocity ( OJ ) of the Earth is given by: 1 Angular velocity, OJ(rad s"1 ) =OJ( rev s"1 ) x 2;r = [5) X [21Z} [rev s"1 ][rad rev-1] 2Jt OJ=. 42 tad s~1 = periodic time [s1 :. 1t] [24) x  [hl[s h"1 ] Linear velocity (v) of a point on the equator is given by: where m = mass ofthe bob [kg] r= radius of the bob' s circular path [m] v=ar where r =radius of Earth [m] ..
A [J] = [N m] [m] [m] .. --=. 4] [s] a=-60 m s-2 I Average force (F) exerted by the seat belt is given by: F=ma where m = mass of driver [kg] 8 Distance (s) over which the average force exerted by the seat belt acts is given by: u) x t :. F=  x [-60] [kg][m s-2 ] :. lx10 N I 3 s= ( -v+2 - The weight (W) of the driver is given by: where u, v = initial and final velocities ofthe car [m t = collision time [s] s- 1] W=mg where g =gravitational field strength [N kg- 1] :. 1 X 103 (N) 850 [N] =~ 9 (bl Resultant ~otce acting= Forward ~t,..