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Dot Product

A scalar quantity Magnitude:

r r r r A " B = A B cos !

The dot product can be positive, zero, or negative Two types of projections: the dot product is the parallel component of one vector with respect to the second vector times the magnitude of the second vector

r r r r r A " B = A (cos ! ) B = A B

r r r r r A " B = A (cos ! ) B = A B

r r r r A!B = B!A r r r r cA ! B = c( A ! B) r r r r r r r ( A + B) ! C = A ! C + B ! C

With unit vectors i, j and k

!k =1 i ! i = j! j=k = =0 i ! j= i !k j!k

Example:

r r j + B k , B= B A = Ax i + Ayj + Az k i + B x y z r r A ! B = Ax Bx + Ay By + Az Bz

Kinetic Energy

Velocity

r v = vx i + vy j + vz k

Kinetic Energy:

1 r r 1 2 2 K = m( v ! v ) = m( vx + v2 + v )"0 y z 2 2

1 2 1 2 1 r r 1 r r mv f " mv0 = m( v f # v f ) " m( v 0 # v 0 ) 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 m( vx + v + v ) " m ( v + v + v ) ,f y, f z, f x ,0 y ,0 z ,0 2 2

!K =

Definition: Work

r The work done by a constant force F on an object is equal to the

component of the force in the direction of the displacement times the magnitude of the displacement:

Note that the component of the force in the direction of the displacement can be positive, zero, or negative so the work may be positive, zero, or negative

Let the force exerted on an object be r F=F i+F j

x y

= ( Fx i + Fy j) " (#x i ) = Fx #x

Energy Constant Part 1?

A tetherball of mass m is attached to a post of radius by a string. Initially it is a distance r0 from the center of the post and it is moving tangentially with a speed v0 . The string passes through a hole in the center of the post at the top. The string is gradually shortened by drawing it through the hole. Ignore gravity and any dissipative forces. Until the ball hits the post, does the kinetic energy of the ball change or remains constant. Explain your answer.

Energy Constant Part 2?

A tetherball of mass m is attached to a post of radius R by a string. Initially it is a distance r0 from the center of the post and it is moving tangentially with a speed v0. The string wraps around the outside of the post. Ignore gravity and any dissipative forces. Until the ball hits the post, does the kinetic energy of the ball change or remains constant. Explain your answer.

r r !Wi = Fi " !ri

i=N Nr !" #ri ! 0 i =1 0

Let the force acting on an object be given by r F=F i+F j+ F k

x y z

r dr = dx i + dy j + dy k The work done by the force for this infinitesimal displacement is

r r ) ! (dx ) dW = F ! dr = ( Fx i + Fy j + Fz k i + dy j + dy k

dW = Fx dx + Fy dy + Fz dz

f f r r f W = " F ! dr = " Fx dx + " Fy dy + " Fz dz 0 0 0 0 f

Done by the Inverse Square

Gravitational Force

Consider a magnetic rail gun that shoots an object of mass m radially away from the surface of the earth (mass me). When the object leaves the rail gun it is at a distance ri from the center of the earth moving with speed vi . What speed of the object as a function of distance from the center of the earth?

Done by by the Inverse Square

Gravitational Force

Consider an object of mass m moving towards the sun (mass ms). Initially the object is at a distance r0 from the center of the sun. The object moves to a final distance rf from the center of the sun. How much work does the gravitational force between the sun and the object do on the object during this motion?

Newtons Second Law:

Fx = max , Fy = ma y , Fz = maz

Total work:

W=

r r r =r f r r r = r0 r r r =r f r r r = r0

"

r r F ! dr =

r r r =r f r r r = r0

"

r r r =r f

Fx dx +

r r r = r0

"

r r r =r f

Fy dy +

r r r =r f

r r r = r0

"

Fz dz

becomes

W=

r r r =r f

max dx +

r r r = r0

ma y dy +

r r r = r0

maz dz

Recall

vx , f dx 1 2 1 2 ma dx = m dx = m dv = mv dv = mv " !x0 x !x0 dt !x0 dt x !vx ,0 x x 2 x , f 2 mvx ,0 Repeat argument for y- and z-direction yf 1 2 1 2 z 1 2 1 2 ma dx = mv " mv ! y0 y 2 y , f 2 y ,0 !z maz dx = 2 mvz , f " 2 mvz ,0 Adding these three results xf xf xf

f 0

dvx

z0

zf

W = !K

Instantaneous Power

r r r r dW d

d

r

r r F

! d

P =

=

(

r

) =

F

!

=

F

!

v

dt dt

dt

dK 1 d

r r r r r r " d

r %

r =

m

(

v

!

v

) = m

$

v

' !

v

= m

a

!

v

=

F

!

v

= P

# dt

&

dt

2 dt

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