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Measurements and Error Analysis Lab
Experimenter: Christopher Muckle - 14122628
Lab Partner(s): Myranda Ross, Jared Meyer, and Ryan Farley
TA: Zuleyha Yuksek
Course / Section: PHYS2750 JJ
Date: 1/25/12
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Abstract:
The Measurement and Error Ana
The International Space station makes 15.65 revolutions per day in its orbit around the earth.
Assuming a circular orbit, how high is this satellite above the surface of the earth? [mass of the
earth = 6 * 1024 kg, radius of earth = 6,371 km]
Solution:
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Review
Chapters 911, 13
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Reading for Wednesday: Chapter 17
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HW 7 due Sunday April 3,
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Gravita8on
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Reading for Next Class: Chapter 17 Temperature and Heat
Homework 6: due Sun Mar 20, 11 pm.
Exam
Physics 2750
Recitation 09
1. A uniform drawbridge 8.00 m long is attached to the roadway by a frictionless hinge at one
end, and it can be raised by a cable attached to the other end. The bridge is at
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Temperature
and Heat
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Reading for Next Class: Chapter 17,18 READ THE BOOK! I WILL
NOT COVER EVERYTHING IN THE
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Chapters 911, 13
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Reading for Wednesday: Chapter 17
No class on Friday
HW 7 due Sunday April 3, 11p
Activity 1:
1. In this activity, we used a cart and a spark timer to find the
relationship between
position and time of a moving object;
moreover, we used different drawing methods which are handwriting and computer to made a graph of position vs time.
Af
Conclusion:
In this experiment we use Logger pro software and video to analysis
the moment of inertia of a wheel with an attached hanging mass. The
purpose of this experiment was to compare the theoretically calculated
inertia to the physical situationsva
Conclusion
In this experiment, we used a hanging mass attached to a spring and
various equations of motion to explains the motion of objects in
circular path and the force of springs that can affect this motion.
In the first part, static state, we figure
Conclusion:
This experiment included the theoretical calculation of the moment of
inertia of a wheel with an attached hanging mass, and use the video to
demonstrate the same circumstance. The reason why we did this
experiment is that we wonder compare the
Conclusion:
In this experiment, we have 4 activities to explore the density of
materials, the connection between pressure and depth and determine
the connection between fluid pressure and speed in a moving fluid.
In first case, a block of unknown density
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Newtons Laws Lab
Experimenter: Christopher Muckle - 14122628
Lab Partner(s): Myranda Ross and Ryan Farley
TA: Zuleyha Yuksek
Course / Section: PHYS2750 Section-JJ
Date: 2/17/12
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Abstract:
The Newtons Laws lab was primarily focused on us learn
Measurements and Error Analysis Lab
Experimenter: Brian Huch
Lab Partner(s): Brian Hernan, Connor Carr
TA: Jacob Brown
Course / Section: PHYS2750 section TT
Date: 2-13-14
ABSTRACT (4 points)
You are expected to provide the following information in your ow
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Conservation of Linear Momentum
Experimenter: Christopher Muckle - 14122628
Lab Partner(s): Myranda Ross, Ryan Farley
TA: Zuleyha Yuksek
Course / Section: PHYS2750 Section-JJ
Date: 3/9/12
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Abstract:
The conservation of linear momentum lab was
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Archimedes Principle And Buoyancy
Lab
Experimenter: Christopher Muckle - 14122628
Lab Partner(s): Ryan Farley
TA: Zuleyha Yuksek
Course / Section: PHYS2750 Section-JJ
Date: 4/6/12
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Abstract:
The Archimedes Principle and Buoyancy lab was prima
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FLUIDS LAB
Pre-Lab Exercises
1. A light spring of constant k =160 N/m rests vertically on the bottom of a large beaker filled with
water of density 0 = 1000 kg/m3. A block of wood (m = 5 kg and = 650 kg/m3) is placed o
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SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION LAB
Pre-Lab Exercises
1. A 0.2 kg block connected to a spring oscillates as shown in the graph below.
displacement (m)
0.3
0.2
0.1
0
time (s)
3
6
9
12
15
18
-0.1
-0.2
-0.3
a) What is the amplitud
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Discussion 09
1. A 10,000-N shark is supported by a cable attached to a 4.0 m rod that can pivot at its base. The system is in
equilibrium. The rod has a weight of 200 N.
a) Calculate the tension in the tie-rope between the wall and the rod.
b)
Physics 2750
Discussion 07 Rotational Dynamics
1. A mass m1 and a mass m2 are suspended by a pulley that has a radius R and a
mass M. The cord has a negligible mass and causes the pulley to rotate
without slipping. The pulley rotates without friction. The
Physics 2750, Formula Sheet, Exam 3
Translational Kinematics
Rotational Kinematics
angular displacement (rad)
x linear displacement (m)
dx
v=
velocity (m/s)
dt
dv d 2 x
=
a =
acceleration (m/s 2 )
2
dt dt
Constant acceleration equations of motion
1
x = x
Rotational
Equilibrium
Afterthislectureyoushouldbeableto:
Identifytheconditionsforstaticequilibrium
Solveproblemsthatinvolverigidbodiesinstatic
equilibrium
x
v
a
m
F
I
K
p
Kr
W
P
Wr
L
Pr
TranslationalandRotationalMotion
dp
F ma dt I
1
1
K t mv 2 K r
Dynamicsof
RotationalMotion
Afterthislectureyoushouldbeableto:
Calculatethetorqueappliedbyaforce
Determinethemagnitudeanddirectionofacrossproduct
Determinetheangularandlinearaccelerationofarollingobject
x
v
a
m
F
K
p
W
P
TranslationalandRotationalMoti
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EnergyinSHM
Afterthislectureyoushouldbeableto:
DeterminetheenergyofanobjectoscillatinginSHM
FindthespeedonanobjectundergoingSHMifyou
knowthepositionandviceversa.
SHMReview
x A cos t
xmax A
v A sin t
vmax A
a 2 A cos t
amax 2 A
1
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