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3rd 9 wks SG

3rd Nine Weeks Study Guide

QuestionAnswer
What is the equation for Torque? T=r*F
What unit does the basebot use for Torque? N-cm
What is Friction? The force that opposes an object's motion.
What does the coefficient of kinetic friction describe? How the surfaces resist any motion between them.
What does the coefficient of static friction describe? How the surfaces interact to prevent movement.
What is the equation for Weight? Weight=m*gravity
What is an open-looped system? Can be modified by anyone
What is a closed-looped system? Uses feedback from sensors.
What is a Digital Sensor? Any sensor that provides feedback in the form of ON/OFF
What is an Analog Sensor? Produce a variety of electrical signals(not just on/off)
What is the degrees of freedom? When an object is free to move along or around a specific axis.
Created by: tylerw.