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# Calculus-Based Physics 1

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Is defined as the projection ofuniform circular motion on a straight line.
• none of the choices
• simple harmonic motion Correct
• period
• motion
The ______ in simple harmonicmotion is proportional and opposite to the displacement.
• displacement
• acceleration Correct
• period
• angular harmonic motion
The motion is repeated in thesame length of time.
• none of the choices
• acceleration
• period
• angular harmonic motion Correct
When elastic bodies vibratethey produce the simplest type of periodic motion.
• simple harmonic motion or SHM Correct
• period
• simple pendulum
• none of the choices
"Sum of all forcesacting on a body is zero". This condition represents equilibrium's
• First condition Correct
• Fourth condition
• Second condition
• Third condition
100 cm = ______ in?
• 39.37 in Correct
100 m = ______ yrd ?
• 109.361 yrd Correct
120 lbs = _____ kg?
• 54.4 kg Correct
150 Fahrenheit =_______ kelvin?
• 338.706 kelvin Correct
180 kelvin = ____________ fahrenheit ?
• none of the choices Correct
25.8 lbs = ___________ grams ?
• 11702.68 grams Correct
250 kelvin = ___________ centigrade ?
• none of the choice Correct
5.2 L = ________ gal ?
• 1.37 gal Correct
50 kg = ____ g ?
• 50,000 g Correct
550 m =________ in ?
• 21,653.5 in Correct
A shot at an initial velocity at an angle abovethe horizon.
• free fall
• kinematics
• none of the choices
• projectile Correct
An object that is falling under the soleinfluence of gravity.
• range
• none of the choices
• free falling object Correct
• free fall
An object thrown upward with velocity will riseto a height.
• free fall
• trajectory height Correct
• motion
• range
Determine the values of =CE=B1 and =CE=B8 so that the forcesshown in the figure will be in equilibrium.
•  =CE=B1 =657 degrees and =CE=B8 = 296 degrees
•  =CE=B1 =457 degrees and =CE=B8 = 5896 degrees
•  =CE=B1 =4657 degrees and =CE=B8 = 2896 degrees Correct
• none of the choices