LAB REPORT ONE
PHY1001L Lab Report One
LAB REPORT ONE
Within this lab report there includes a breakdown of basic physics terminology such as reaction
time, International System of Units (SI Units)
AP Physics B Chapter 7 and 8 Practice Test
MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the quest
Three applied forces,
20.0 N,2 =
F 40.0 N, and
3 =F10.0 N act on an object with a mass of 2
QUIZ # 12. PHYS 203. Chapter 14. Ideal gas.
Gas in a cylinder of a typical engine is compressed to 1/9 of its original volume. The initial
pressure is 1.00 atm, and the initial temperature is 27 o C. If the pressure after compression
is 21.7 atm, nd
QUIZ # 11. Chapter 12. Heat. PHYS 203.
A 0.072 kg ice cube at 0o C is dropped into a cup holding 0.35 kg of
water at 10o C. Assume that the cup and the surroundings can be ignored
and cwater = 4186 J/kg o C, Lf = 33.5 104 J/kg.
(a) Find the nal temp
QUIZ # 10. Chapter 11. Fluids PHYS 203.
At one point in a vertical pipeline the waters speed is 3.00 m/s and the
pressure is 5.00 105 Pa. At a second point in the line, 12.0 m lower than
the rst, the diameter is twice that at the rst (water = 1000 k
QUIZ # 9. Chapter 10. Elastic energy PHYS 203.
A brick of mass m = 1.60 kg is placed on a vertical spring with force
constant k = 1500 N/m that is compressed 0.2 m. When the spring is
released, how high does the brick rise from this initial position
QUIZ # 8. Chapter 9. Rotational dynamics PHYS 203.
1. A cat walks along a uniform plank that is 4.00 m long and has a mass
of 7.00 kg. The plank is supported by two sawhorses, one 0.500 m from the
left end of the board and the other 1.50 m from its
QUIZ # 7. Chapter 8. Rotational kinematics PHYS 203.
1. A circular disk 0.20 m in diameter starts from rest and accelerates with
constant angular acceleration to an angular velocity of 210 rad/s in 10.00 s.
Find the angular acceleration and the angl
QUIZ # 6. Chapter 7. Linear Momentum PHYS 203
Two chunks of ice are sliding on a frictionless frozen pond. Chunk A,
with mass mA = 5.0 kg, moves with initial velocity vA1 = 2.0 m/s parallel
to the x-axis. It collides with chunk B, which has mass mB
QUIZ # 5. Chapter 6. Energy and Work. PHYS 203.
Consider a track that is one quarter of a circle with radius 1.60 m plus a
A small 0.200 Kg package is release from rest at point A and slides down
the circular track until it reaches po
QUIZ # 4. PHYS 203. Chapter 5. Circular motion
A 0.075 kg toy airplane is tied to the ceiling with a string. When the toy
motor is started it moves with a constant velocity of 1.21m/s in a horizontal
circle of radius 0.44m. Find the angle the string
QUIZ # 3. PHYS 203. Chapter 4. SPRING 2006
Newtons laws of motion.
Two blocks are connected by a cord passing over a small, frictionless
pulley on frictionless planes. One block is on a incline plane at 25 degrees
and the other is at 30 degrees.
QUIZ # 1. PHYS 203. Chapter 2. SPRING 2005.
Kinematics in 1D .
You are on the roof of the physics building, 46.0 m above the ground.
Your physics professor, who is 1.80 m tall, is walking alongside the building
at a constant speed of 1.20 m/s. If yo
QUIZ # 2. CHAPTER 3. PHYS 203. Spring 2006
1. A batter hits a baseball so that it leaves the bat with an initial speed v0 = 37.0m/s at
an initial angle = 53.1o with the horizontal.
(a) The position of the ball and the magnitude and direction o
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Chapter 01 - Test Bank: An Introduction to Biology
Test Bank: An Introduction to Biology
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The simplest structure shared among all living organisms is the
C. photosynthetic chloroplast.
PHY2053 Practice Exam I Spring 2012
At time t1 , a point mass M is observed at a position given by
r1 = 6.00 m + 3.00 m ,
as represented in the diagram below. Do the following:
a) Calculate r1 , the magnitude of this position vector.
Practice Problems for PHY2053 Exam II
The mass of the Sun is measured to be
M = 1.99 10 30 kg ,
and the mass of Jupiter is measured to be
M Jupiter = 1.90 10 27 kg .
On average, Jupiter and the Sun are 7.79 10 meters apart. Do the following:
Practice Problems for Work and Energy
1.) A satellite of mass M = 6.75 10 kg is initially at rest on the surface of the Earth. Do
the following using work-energy methods:
Calculate the work that would be done by the gravitationa