IB Physics Power Points<br />Topic 6 SL<br />Fields and Forces<br />www.pedagogics.ca<br />Newton’s Universal Law of Gravi...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g...
2. Which of the following graphs shows how the gravitational force varies with the distance of separation between two obje...
 3. A satellite experiences a gravitational force of 228 N at an altitude of 4.0 × 107 m above Earth.<br />www.pedagogics....
 4. A rock drops from a very high altitude towards the surface of the moon. Which of the following is correct about the ch...
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  1. 1. IB Physics Power Points<br />Topic 6 SL<br />Fields and Forces<br />www.pedagogics.ca<br />Newton’s Universal Law of Gravitation – Practice Problems<br />
  2. 2. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating upwards at 1 ms-2.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating downwards at 3 ms-2<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator falling freely<br />
  3. 3. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />
  4. 4. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />
  5. 5. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />weight = 50 kg x 10 ms-2 = 500 N<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  6. 6. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />500 N<br />Fg<br />
  7. 7. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />500 N<br />W<br />
  8. 8. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />FN<br />500 N<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  9. 9. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />
  10. 10. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />FN<br />500 N<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  11. 11. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating upwards at 1 ms-2.<br />FN<br />500 N<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  12. 12. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating upwards at 1 ms-2.<br />FN<br />?<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  13. 13. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating upwards at 1 ms-2.<br />FN<br />?<br />Fnet<br />ma<br />ma = 50 x 1 = 50 N<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  14. 14. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating upwards at 1 ms-2.<br />FN<br />550 N<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  15. 15. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating upwards at 1 ms-2.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating downwards at 3 ms-2<br />FN<br />350 N<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  16. 16. 1. Draw free body diagrams (including annotations and calculated values) representing the following situations (consider g = 10 ms-2)<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator at rest<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving downwards at 2 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator moving upwards at 5 ms-1.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating upwards at 1 ms-2.<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator accelerating downwards at 3 ms-2<br />A 50 kg student in an elevator falling freely<br />500 N<br />mg<br />
  17. 17. 2. Which of the following graphs shows how the gravitational force varies with the distance of separation between two objects?<br />
  18. 18. 3. A satellite experiences a gravitational force of 228 N at an altitude of 4.0 × 107 m above Earth.<br />www.pedagogics.ca<br />What is the mass of this satellite?<br />23 kg<br />650 kg<br />910 kg<br />1 200 kg<br />
  19. 19. 4. A rock drops from a very high altitude towards the surface of the moon. Which of the following is correct about the changes that occur in the rock’s mass and weight?<br />

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