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Program design consists of the steps a programmer should do before they start coding the program in a specific language. These steps when properly documented will make the completed program easier for other programmers to maintain in the future.
There are three broad areas of activity undertaken in the Program Design phase:
•Understanding the Program
•Using Design Tools to Create a Model
•Develop Test Data
SDLC definition, explanation with examples. Systems Development Life Cycle – definitions, diagram, step by step discussion
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In this post, we will find the relation between kinetic energy and momentum. We will also derive the momentum-kinetic energy equation or p=√(2mk) equation. This momentum-KE equation presents the relation between momentum(p) and kinetic energy(K). momentum-kinetic energy equation | p=√(2mk) The relation between momentum(p) and kinetic energy(K) of an object of mass m can be […]
What is the difference between distance and displacement?
What Is Potential Energy?Potential energy is a form of stored energy – it is the energy possessed by a body at rest due to its position or size or shape. By doing work, forces act to increase and decrease the kinetic energy of objects within a system. If the kinetic energy that’s removed can be […]
In this post, we will discuss the forces acting on a mass sliding down an inclined plane. To do this we will take the help of the concepts of Vector Resolution. Here we are not considering the presence of friction. Forces acting on a mass sliding down an inclined plane The first step when setting […]
we will discuss Heat Capacity and Specific heat, their relationship, comparison, Specific heat data tables, and formula. We will also solve a few numerical problems based on the formulas.
A 10 kg ball is thrown upwards with a speed of 5 m/s. (a) Find its potential energy when it reaches the highest point. (b) Calculate the maximum height it reaches. Solution:Initial KE = (1/2) (10) (5)2 = 125 Joule(a) PE at the highest point = KE at the lowest point at initial moment = […]
A 1 kg ball is thrown up with a speed of 19.9 m/s. Calculate the work done by its weight in one second. The height travelled by the ball in 1 sec =h = ut – (1/2) g t2 = (19.9)(1) – (1/2) (9.8) (1)2 = 15 mHere we have to find out the work […]
A player kicks a ball of mass 250 g placed at the center of the field. The ball leaves his foot with a speed of 8 m/s. Find the work done by the player on the ball. Solution: The ball initially was static. As the player does some work on it by applying force, the […]
A force of 20 N displaces an object through 20 cm and does work of 2 J in the process. Find the angle between the force and the displacement. Solution:W = FD cos θ = (20)(20/100) Cosθ = 4 Cosθ …. (1)Now, 4 Cosθ = 2Cosθ = ½θ = 60 degrees Go back to the […]
A block of mass 1 kg slides down on an inclined plane of inclination 60 degrees. Find the work done by the block’s weight as it slides through 100 cm. Solution:mass = 1kg. Weight = 1x 9.8 N = 9.8 N So the force to be considered is the weight = F=9.8 N in the downward direction. […]
Problem Statement A bullet of mass 50 g moving with an initial velocity of 100 m/s, strikes a wooden block and comes to rest after penetrating a distance 2 cm in it. Calculate: (i) Initial momentum of the bullet (ii)final momentum of the bullet (iii) retardation caused by the wooden block, and (iv) resistive force […]
Problem statement A force causes an acceleration of 10 m/s^2 in a body of mass 500 g. What acceleration would be caused by the same force in a body of mass 5 kg. Solution Case 1 mass = m=500 g = 0.5 kg Acceleration = a =10 m/s^2 Force = ma = 0.5 . 10 […]
Problem Statement A force acts for 10 s on a stationary body of mass 100 kg after which the force ceases to act. The body moves through a distance of 100 m in the next 5 s. Calculate (i) the velocity acquired by the body, (ii) the acceleration produced by the force, and (iii) the […]
The velocity-time graph is defined as a graphical representation of the velocity of a body in motion with respect to time. Generally, velocity is assigned to the y-axis, and time is pointed on the x-axis. This graph type is also written as a v-t graph or velocity-time graph. The diagram below depicts a few velocity-time […]