Introduction/purpose
To learn all the vectors have a direction as well as magnitude. This lab also let us lean
how to graphic with two more vectors and determine the resulting vectors both
graphically and by calculation.
Apparatus
Graph paper, wooden boar
Introduction/purpose
The purpose of this lab was to investigate linear (one-dimension) motion of an object
with a constant acceleration. The acceleration of the moving cart rolling down an inclined
track is constant and the acceleration depends on the ang
Introduction/purpose
The purpose of this lab was to investigate linear (one-dimension) motion of an object
with a constant acceleration. The acceleration of the moving cart rolling down an inclined
track is constant and the acceleration depends on the ang
h1
d
hypotenuse
sinA
error in sin A
8
120 0.041667 0.014142
0.0117
h0
13
Data Table
Mass m, x , m
1
kg
0.498
0.996
0.31
0.31
0.322
0.387
0.348
0.367
0.324
0.346
0.332
0.321
v1, m/s
0.101
0.1136
0.179
0.29
0.234
0.256
0.16
0.168
0.158
0.144
x2, m
0.553
0.5
Position
h, m
1
2
3
sin1-3 = h/r1-3
r, m
0.05
0.05
0.05
1-3,
degrees
0.075 0.6666666667
0.12 0.4166666667
0.17 0.2941176471
Mean
41
24.69
19.47
0.6833
Angle
Mass
Applied
Mass M,
W,
Torque W, Nm force loop
holder loop
kg
position
position
degrees
3
3
3
3
1
1
Measurements and Propagation of Error
Purpose
This lab was require five measurement of two different observation. The measurement is
specified by the number we measure of object and calculate the average: length, diameter, and
mass. Finding the error on
Kinematics in Two Dimensions: Projectile Motion
Introduction/purpose
To understand displacement, velocity, and acceleration in two dimensions.
To understand projectile motion.
To solve quantitative kinematics problems in two dimensions and to interpret th
LABORATORY REPORT
I. Purpose
A.
This Laboratory is to make sure that we know how to use the Excel,
Microsoft Word and Microsoft Equation Editor.
B.
In this lab we learn how to make graph to find the sum, and using the
formulas to calculate the slope and t
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 Average
8 standard deviation
9 Error in Average
instrument error
Volume
density
variance of volume
Variance of density
percent error in density
1
2
3
4
5
6
7 Average
8 standard deviation
9 Error in Average
cylinder
B
X=Length (cm) X=diamet
Measurements and Propagation of Error
Purpose
The purpose of this lab was to verify Newtons second law for one-dimensional
motion by timing an accelerated moving along a flat track. the force exerted on the
motion of the cart is determined by the mass. An
Purpose
In this experiment we will be studied and used to determine the densities and specific
gravities of solid and liquid samples.
Principles
B Wair Wsubmergd
Vobj
B M DspFl g
obj
B fVobj g
f
B
f g
M obj
Vobj
B
Vobjg
Apparatus
Metal object
String
Pr
Table 1 format for lab book
Distance d1,
Time t1, s
Initial speed v0, cm/s
cm
1
10
0.046
217.4
2
10
0.047
212.8
3
10
0.047
212.8
4
10
0.047
212.8
5
10
0.047
212.8
Average
0.0468
213.72
standard
0.0004472136
2.0571825393
Error in av
0.0002
0.92
Launch #
Ta
Newtons 2nd Law
Introduction/purpose
The purpose of this lab was to us the Newton's 2nd Law in order to determine the force
put on the cart. The force exerted on the motion of the cart is determined by the mass that
is pulling it. There was many different
Introduction/purpose
In this virtual experiment, Archimedes principle will be studied and used to determine
the densities and specific gravities of solid and liquid samples.
Principles
Some objects will float and others will sink in a given fluid a liquid
Part 1
Gravity,
m/s2
Mobject,
Kg
9.8
Gravity,
m/s2
0.248
Msub,
Kg
9.8
Massair
Wair,
N
2.4304
Wsub,
N
0.2151
2.10798
water ,
kg/L
0.32242
0.0001
ob
j
Average
error average
2
Mair
7.537993921
2
Mass_ sub
2
H O
2
1.9208E-006
0.0001
0.2151
0.2151
0.2151
0.21
Introduction/purpose
The purpose of this lab was to study the effect of the force of friction on motion of an
object. By determining the acceleration of the object, its velocity, the distance it travels
can be obtained when the force of friction is applie
Introduction/purpose
The purpose of this lab was examining the transformation of energy from potential to
kinetic that occurs as a cart moves down an inclined track.
Principles
sin 1
h
;
r1
sin 2
h
h
; sin 3
r2
r3
Mgr3sin = Mgr3sin(90-3)
net= W+F, Nm
p
Introduction/purpose
The purpose of this lab was examining the transformation of energy from potential to
kinetic that occurs as a cart moves down an inclined track.
Principles
KE
1
1
mv 2 2 mv12
2
2
Ep = mg ( h)
h = (x2 - x1) sin
Apparatus
Track
Cart
Physics 112/Dr. Johnson Chapter 18 ( 2, 7, 9,30, 34, 45)
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