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output
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, thus, the mechanical advantage of your arm is the force of the
input
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171.103 Section Assignment 7
Work and Energy
1) A block is initially moving to the right on a level, frictionless surface. A hand exerts a constant
horizontal force on the block that causes the block to slow down (stage 1), turn around, then
speed up in t
171.103 Section Assignment 3
Vectors and Kinematics in 2D
Problem 1
You are helping to design a movie stunt where a car will jump across a chasm
between two cliffs of different heights. The car is driving along a horizontal road
when it goes over t
171.103 Section Solution 2
September 14, 2016
For each of these problems, one should follow these simple steps.
1. Draw a diagram to illustrate the process.
2. Set up coordinates and define variables.
(*This is really important, make you set define which
JHU Department of Physics
General Physics Lab: 173.112.06
This question supplement is mean to walk you through the derivation mentioned in Question 3.
Q3. derive the equation for the charge-to-mass ratio in terms of things you can control, or measure.
Uni
The "Resistor Color Code" indicates:
Resistance
Tolerance
R1
R2
R3
Use the Ohm-meter to measure the resistance of each resistor.
R1
R1
R3
Are any of the resistors out of tolerance?
R1
Yes/No
R1
Yes/No
R3
Yes/No
We only care that a resistor has some measur
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Lab #5
What Factors Affect a Paths Resistance?
Lab Description
You know from class that, depending on the size and shape of a resistor, the resistance will vary. Today, you are going to explore
the effect various factors have on the resistance
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Lab #9
AC Circuits
Lab Description
Today, we are going to analyze the behavior of a simple AC circuit, the RC circuit. Our goal is to develop an intuition for how and
why circuit components behave differently when the voltage varies in time.
L
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Lab #2
Visualizing the Electric Field
Lab Description
Last week, we learned that there was something called charge, and discovered its properties. Today, we are going to explore the
nature of the electric field created by static charge distrib
Johns Hopkins University.
General Physics Lab
Semester II
173.112
Lab 8
This document is a breakdown of the equipment used in this lab.
The Oscilloscope
A multi-meter is an electrical measurement device with a vast array of uses and configurations.
We wil
111.02.Math
Calculus: Power Law Derivatives
Note: f(x) means a function of x , g(x,y) means a function of x and y, e tc
Consider the following derivatives (x,y, and z are variables, all other symbols represent constants):
() =
cfw_ =
cfw_ = 0
(, ) =
cf
111.02.Math
Statistics: Propagation of Error
Note: f(x) means a function of x , f(x,y) means a function of x and y, e tc
Consider the following expression for propagation of error (x, y, and z are variables, all other symbols
represent constants):
()
=
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The mechanical advantage of a lever is defined to be the ration of the output force to the input force:
The simple model for the bicep-arm system is to treat it as a class 3 lever.
http:/www.brianmac.co.uk/levers.htm
What is the mechanical advantage of yo
AS.171.104 (Spring 2017): Section Problems for 3/28
Problem 1 (Exercise 33.3):
A 10-cm-long wire is pulled along a U-shaped conducting rail in a
perpendicular magnetic field. The total resistance of the wire and rail is
0.20 . Pulling the wire at a steady
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171.103 Section Solution 1
Acceleration in one dimension
1) 1. Max velocity going up
2. Slows down due to gravity
3. Slows down even further due to gravity
4. Turning point: velocity is 0
5. Speeds up due to gravity
6. Speeds up even further due to gravit
171.103 Section Assignment 6
Conservation of Momentum
1) We conduct a series of experiments with two gliders on a level, frictionless track. In each
experiment, glider A moves to the right with some initial velocity, and glider B sits at rest.
An unstretc
171.103 Section Assignment 2
1D Kinematics
Numbers are given in the problems, but they are not to be used until you have an answer that
is purely written in symbols. You should start your problems by writing everything out as variables
and drawing a pictu
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June 1, 2012
Lab 1: Craps! The Nature of Statistical Processes
Q1: On any given throw the probability of rolling a 1 or a 2 is 1/3 or (1/6)*2. Each
single number has a probability of 1/6 so combining 1 and 2 gives a probability of
1/6.
Q2: I
Introduction:
This purpose of this experiment was to calibrate a cannon. The objective of the lab
was to figure out how shoot a ball from a cannon into a basket that was 1.1 meters away
from the shooter. In the lab, equations were derived to figure out th
Q1: Describe your design. How does your design answer the experimental question?
What were you able to measure, and what did you actually measure? What, if
anything, did you calculate from your measured quantities, and why?
The experiment measures reactio
Q1: Describe your design. Include a statement of the problem, as well as your
determination of what it means for the approximation to be valid and the
criteria for which you tested. Be sure to include your rationales and support
all of your statements. Ho
Introduction:
This purpose of this experiment was to calibrate a cannon. The objective of
the lab was to figure out how shoot a ball from a cannon into a basket that was 1.1
meters away from the shooter. In the lab, equations were derived to figure out th
Day #1
Lesson: Safety
Everyone knows that a safe laboratory is a fun laboratory. So when working in a
science laboratory, there are some important rules that need to be followed before
conducting your science experiment. Students must BE PREPARED for clas
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Day 1:
AM
Student sign in name tags
Greetings! (15 min)
Introductions
assign groups
Assign group leaders
explain week and daily schedule
Name game (15 min)
Safety lesson
movie
worksheet
safety contracts
jeopardy
DNA lesson (15 min)
ppt
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