Hypatia's age (she was closer to 50 or 60 years old)
The portrayal of women as teachers is more or less accurate. Hypatia was not the first female philosopher in
the Hellenistic world. Nor was she the last - a generation later Aedisia was another famous p
Capacitors
Lab 4 Report
Author: Jiachang situ
Partners: Edgard Zafack
Patrick Yepmo
Jonathan Evora
Date Performed: 3/2/2017
Due Date: 3/21/2017
Date Submitted: 3/21/2017
Introduction
Capacitors are devices that used to store the electric charge and energy
Armad casiano
September 21th, 2016
3rd period -Link
In the play oedipus the king by sophocles, a man fulfills a doomed
prophecy when he unknowingly kills his father and marries his mother. And
he ended up blinding himself. The couple gave their baby to a
Name: _
Group: _
Support activities Second Year of Secondary Cycle Two
ACTIVITY 11 ANSWER KEY
Date: _
EST
STUDENT BOOK: Chapter 3, pages
7678
RELATED HANDOUT:
Concept
reviewHANDOUT
11
FOR EST ONLY
Kinetic energy, potential
energy and mechanical energy
1.
1 Assumption: A statement that is accepted as true at the beginning of a proof.
2 base: A number in exponential form. It appears beneath the exponent.
3 comparison symbols: Symbols used to compare two numbers or expressions. Comparison
symbols include:
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Station #1
Research:
Look up the following items on the internet or in the science book.
Define Mass
What equipment is used to measure mass
What is the SI unit used for mass
Define Speed
Find the equation for speed and give 2 to 3 example questions.
1 dot plot
A chart that uses stacked dots to represent frequency counts.
2 frequency distribution
The arrangement of a set of data according to frequency of occurrence.
3 frequency table
A table that shows each data element and the number of times that it
Name
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Date
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EnergyExercise1:QualitativeAnalysisPieCharts
Construct a system schema for each situation. Designate your choice of system with
a dotted line. On this worksheet the Earth will always be included in your system.
Carefully label the pies t
ANS: v=3.61 m/s
K
Determine the amount of potential energy of
a 5 N book that is moved to 3 different
shelves on a bookcase. The height of each
shelf in 1.0 meter, 1.5 meters, and 2.0
meters. (3 answers)
Ans:
a) at 1.0 m PE = 5 J
b) at 1.5 m PE = 7.5 J
c)
Chapter 15: Energy
Jennie L. Borders
Standard
SPS7.
Students will relate
transformations and flow of energy
within a system
Identify energy transformations within a
system (e.g. lighting of a match).
Section 15.1: Energy and Its
Forms
Energy
is the abi
1914
June- Ferdinand is assassinated
Aug -Germany declares war on Russia
Germany declares war on France
UK declares war on Germany
1915
April- Germans first use poison gas.
May 7- British ocean liner RMS Lusitania is sunk by German U-boat.
Sept. 5- Tsar N
Ball Drop
By Essi G Kudjoe
Performed: 25 January 2016
Due: 1 February 2015
Partners: entire class
Objectives:
Gain experience with data analysis
Gain familiarity with free fall
Get practice writing a lab report
Procedures and Materials
Materials
Ball
T
Lab #1: Measurement Error and Analysis
1 Introduction to Measurement Error
1.1 Random Error
henever mesurement is repeted severl timesD popultion of similr ut dierent vlues will e
otinedF he popultion of mesurements will hve n verge vlue whih represents t
Classwork: Error Analysis
Day/Time:
Name:
1. Height from which ball was dropped (1.0 m - 2.0 m):
H
=
1.00 m
0.01 cm
2. Table 1: Five measurements of the time it took for the ball to drop, as measured by a stop watch, and the
absolute error in each measure
Error Analysis Homework
Day/Time:
Name:
A cart is allowed to roll down an inclined track and its speed at the bottom of the track is measured. The
measurement is repeated ve times and the results recorded in the table below. In the questions that follow,
Diffraction Grating Lab Data Sheet
N [lines/m]
6.00E+05
d = 1/N [m]
1.667E-06
L [m]
0.2500
y is the average distance
D is the distance between diffraction grating and centimeter ruled
d = 1/N is the grating spacing
Element #2: Hydrogene
Spectral Lines
Pos
Data Table
Part I - Speed of Sound
Length of tube
Temperature of the room
Trial
1
2
3
4
5
Average
Part II - Simple Waveforms
Tuning
Numbe of
fork or
cycles
note
480 Hz
23
512 Hz
25
1.319 m
23 C
Total travel time
(s)
0.01216
0.01206
0.01402
0.01344
0.01022
Current in Solenoid I
(A)
0.4
0.8
1.2
1.6
M
a
g
n
e
t
i
c
F
i
e
l
d
B
[
T
]
Magnetic Field B
(T)
3.863E-05
9.476E-05
1.530E-04
2.134E-04
Length of solenoid [m]
Number of turns
Turns/m [m-1]
1.00
99
99.0
Magnetic Field vs The Current I
3.000E-04
2.000E-04
Data Sheet
Part I - Voltage-Current Relations of Single Elements
Resistor R1
Labeled resistance = 10
Voltage [v]
Current [A]
3.00
0.310
4.0
0.40
5.0
0.50
6.0
0.59
2.50
0.220
2.10
0.190
2.80
0.280
2.30
0.222
1.02
0.095
0.49
0.049
Light Bulb
Voltage [v]
1.0
Bunker Hill Community College
College Physics II - 01
G.T Field
Lab 9 - Diffraction Grating Lab
Date performed: 12/05/2011
Date submitted: 12/12/2011
Purpose
The object of this experiment will be to use a diffraction grating to study the atomic spectra of
Conclusion
The purpose of this lab was to see the behavior of light under different circumstances. In
Experiment 18, the mathematical calculation took place in which also we could appreciate the
characteristics of an object being displacer closer or farth