Lab 2 - The non-symmetrical object has a density of 10...

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Rachel Riddle PHY 101 Lab #3 Procedure 1: o Equipment T S o See sheet for data o The results of this experiment Procedure : o Equipment G S R o See data table for data o The results of the experiment are that there is Procedure : o Equipment Graph paper Cylindrical Masses Ruler o See data table o The results of the experiment concluded that the area of a circle is not proportional to the diameter. The data did not fall along a straight line. Procedure 3: Volume
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o Equipment Calculator Box Cylindrical mass Water Graduated Cylinder Non-symmetrical object o See data table o The results of the experiment were remembering/learning how to calculate volume of objects Procedure 4: Density o Equipment Graduated cylinder Non-symmetrical object Calculator o See data table for data and calculations o The results were that we learned how to calculate density Post Lab Questions o The non-symmetrical object could be made of lead. The density for lead is 11.3 g/cm3.
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Unformatted text preview: The non-symmetrical object has a density of 10 g/cm3. The densities are similar and its possible it is not purely lead but a combination of lead and something else. The color of lead is similar to color of what would the non-symmetrical object would be if it wasnt covered in green paint. o I used this website as my reference: http:/ /hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Tables/density.html Summary of Results o For procedure 1 the experiment resulted in practicing conversions. For procedure 2A the experiment showed that there is a relationship between diameter and circumference of a circle. A proportional constant was calculated for procedure 2A. Procedure 2B showed that the area of a circle is not proportional to the diameter. Procedure 3 reviewed volume and how to measure symmetrical and non-symmetrical objects. Procedure 4 reviewed density and how to calculate the density of an object....
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course PHY 101 taught by Professor Joelowry during the Spring '07 term at Eastern Michigan University.

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Lab 2 - The non-symmetrical object has a density of 10...

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