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University of Cincinnati Physics Quiz Question

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General Discussion Scoring Rubric 1. Initial Posts are due by Wednesday at Midnight Eastern Standard Time (EST). 2. 5 points will be deducted for each day the initial post is late. 3. Posting Replies on Thursday or Friday is a good practice, but any later than the Saturday can decrease the likelihood of impacting the discussion. 4. Interaction is the key to this course, and a higher than average level of interaction across the course will be taken into consideration at final grading! 5. Posting all or the majority of your contribution on Sunday will result in decreased points due to the fact that you have not been effective in participating in the discussion across the week. 6. Late posts will not be accepted Post Type Initial Post Post Composition Points Exemplary Good OK Needs improving The first post for this discussion exhibits a strong statement to answer, or partially answer, the main discussion question. This answer would incorporate a concise statement backed by readings from the class or another source, and it should stimulate further discussion. The first post for this discussion exhibits a statement to answer, or partially answer, the main discussion question. However, this answer fails to provide evidence or a concise statement; or is insufficiently backed by readings from the class or another source, or fails to stimulate further discussion. The first post for this discussion exhibits a statement to answer, or partially answer, the main discussion question. However, this answer fails in a couple of areas; either failing to provide a concise statement; is not backed by readings from the class or another source; or it fails to stimulate further discussion. The first post for this discussion exhibits a statement that in no way answers the main discussion question. Even if the post is relevant, the answer fails to provide a concise statement, is not backed by readings from the class or another source, and fails to stimulate further discussion. 40 6 points for relevance of answer, 4 point for conciseness of answer, 4 points for sources, and 2 points for stimulation of discussion. Follow-up posts Monitoring Each reply to the minimum of two other initial posts per week exhibited good answers that addressed the posts, were supported by readings or other facts, and challenged other participants to further explore the topic. Each reply to the minimum of two other initial posts exhibited solid answers that may have failed to address the posts adequately, were not supported by readings or other facts, or failed to challenge other participants to further explore the topic. Each reply to the minimum of two other initial posts may have failed to address the posts adequately, were not supported by readings or other facts, or failed to challenge other participants to further explore the topic. In addition, replies were posted late in the week or one may have been missing. Replies were missing, constituted a simple agreement or question that did not bring evidence of effort, critical thought or knowledge, or were posted too late in the week to have an impact (after 6pm EST on Sundays). 30 Evidence of posting in at least (3) separate days of the week, substantial posts in reaction to anyone who replied to this students initial post; and follow-up on your replies to your peers or instructor. Failure to evidence in any one area of: posting in at least (3) separate days of the week; substantial posts in reaction to anyone who replied to this students initial post; and follow-up on your replies to your peers or instructor. Failure to evidence in any two areas of: posting in at least (3) separate days of the week; substantial posts in reaction to anyone who replied to this students initial post; and follow-up on your replies to your peers or instructor. Failed to post in at least (3) separate days of the week. Insubstantial posts in reaction to anyone who replied to your initial post. Failed to follow-up on replies to your peers or instructor. 20 Posts includes balanced arguments that don’t specifically discuss the pros and cons of the answer. Posts are one-sided and fail to give weight to alternative viewpoints. Posts are myopic and 10 fail to recognize alternative 1 point for each post viewpoints. Balanced Arguments Posts includes balanced arguments that discuss the pros and cons of the answer. 6 points per post. 4 point for adequately addressing posts, 4 points for sources, and 4 points for eliciting further discussion. 3 points for posting on 3 separate days, 3 points for responding to students who replied to your initial post, and 3 points for following up replies to your replies. Total: 100 ...
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Question 7
Mg − N = Ma

m
s2
Thus, N = M ( g − a) = 50(10 − 1) = 450 N

N is measured by scale. Given a = 1

Question 5
Since the acceleration of jumper is 4 times than acceleration due to gravity.
Given a = 4 g = 4  9.8 = 39.2

 F = F − w = ma

m
s2

F = m(g + a) = 5mg = 5  70  9.8 = 3430 N
The force exerted by the Jumper is 3430N
Force on the fibula is = 0.05  3430 = 171.5N

Question 2
The frictional force is given by
body which are a constant....

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