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Analyzing collision
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Analyzing collision situation involves application of basic conservation principles in a closed system.

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Rice University
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Sunil Kumar Singh
Date Added:
01/26/2007
Angular momentum (check your understanding)
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Objective questions, contained in this module with hidden solutions, help improve understanding of the topics covered under the module "Angular momentum".

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Physics
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Sunil Kumar Singh
Date Added:
03/26/2007
Attributes of motion
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Negative vector is a relative term - not an independent concept. We completely loose the significance of a negative vector when we consider it in isolation. A negative vector assumes meaning only in relation with another vector or some reference direction.

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Physics
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Sunil Kumar Singh
Date Added:
05/22/2007
Attributes of one dimensional motion
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One dimensional attributes need careful interpretation because a vector quantity, inherently different to scalar, is represented by a signed scalar (positive or negative) quantity with superimposed notions of two concepts (scalar and velocity).

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Physics
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Sunil Kumar Singh
Date Added:
05/22/2007
Center of mass
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There is a characteristic geometric point of the three dimensional body in motion, which behaves yet as a particle.

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Physics
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Sunil Kumar Singh
Date Added:
11/25/2006
Conservation of angular momentum (check your understanding)
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Objective questions, contained in this module with hidden solutions, help improve understanding of the topics covered under the module "Conservation of angular momentum".

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Physics
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Rice University
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Author:
Sunil Kumar Singh
Date Added:
03/31/2007