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# I.IDENTIFICATION Identify the words that are being described by the following statements.

Write your answer on the space provided before the number. ________________1. The distance that light travels in a vacuum in a time interval of 1/ 299, 792, 458 of a second. ________________2.It is a process of comparing or expressing size or quantity of an object with a known standard quantity. ________________3. These are quantities that can be described by a single number with unit or known as the magnitude. ________________4. These are quantities that deal inherently with both magnitude and direction. ________________5. A vector that has a magnitude of 1 with no unit, its only purpose is to point or to describe a direction in space. ________________6. It is a product of vector multiplication also known as DOT PRODUCT. ________________7. It is the sum of two or more vectors in a vector addition. ________________8. This is the state an object possesses if it has zero acceleration. ________________9. It is a type of force that is the perpendicular component of the force exerted by the supporting surface on the object being supported. ________________10. It is a tangential force on a surface that opposes the sliding motion of the surface across an adjacent surface, is parallel to the surface and opposite in direction of the motion. ________________11. This law states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. ________________12. It is a condition of equilibrium stating that the vector sum of all external forces that act on the body must be zero. ________________13. It is the effectiveness of a force in producing rotation about that axis, also known as moment of force. ________________14. It is a vector quantity and is the straight line drawn from the initial position to the final position of a body. ________________15. It is any object that is thrown with initial velocity and which follows a path determined by the gravitational force acting on it. II. PROBLEM SOLVING Read and analyze the following word problems. Solve for the quantities being asked for. Show your complete solution and necessary free body diagrams. A. A car started from rest and move with constant acceleration. At one time, it was travelling 30.0 m/s and 160.0 m further on it was traveling 50.0 m/s. Calculate: a. its constant acceleration b. time required to travel the 160.0 m distance c. the time required to attain the speed of 30.0 m/s d. the distance moved from rest to the time the car had a speed of 30.0 m/s B. A student throws a set of keys vertically upward to her friend, who is in a window 4.0 m above. The keys are caught 1.50 s later by the friends outreached hand. a. with what initial velocity were the keys thrown? b. what was the velocity of the keys just before they were caught?

C. In a simple Atwoods machine, two 396 Newton weight are attached to the ends of a cord overhanging a frictionless pulley. A small mass, m, is attached to one of the two blocks causing it to move down 1`52.4 cm in 2.00 seconds starting from rest. Determine the mass, m. D. Given two vectors A = 5.00 + 2.00 3.00 k and B = 3.00 1.00 + 3.00 k. a. Find the magnitude of each vector b. Write an expression for the vector difference 3A B, using unit vectors c. Find the magnitude and direction of the vector difference 3A - B c. Draw a vector diagram showing A, B, and 3A B. E. Given the following vectors A = 12.0 units 37 East of North, B= 15.0 units 40 South of East and C = 6.0 units 60 South of West. a. Find the resultant of the given vectors using graphical method. Use the scale (1cm: 3 units) b. Find the magnitude and direction of the resultant using component method.
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## F. Find the coordinates of the center of gravity of the figure

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G. A man who weighs 800 N climbs to the top of a 6 meter ladder that is leaning against a smooth (ie, frictionless) wall at an angle of 60 with the horizontal as sketched in the figure below. The non-uniform ladder weighs 400 N and its center of gravity is 2 meters from the foot of the ladder. What must be the minimum coefficient of static friction between the ground and the foot of the ladder if it is not to slip?

H. The object in the figure below has a weight of 125 lbs. The object is suspended as shown. Calculate the tensions in the cables.

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