Physics 151-L35
Abstract
For our sixth experiment, my lab partner and I calculated the velocities of masses in
elastic collisions and inelastic collisions before and after they collided. When performing the
experiment, we used a surface that was almost fr
Sean Larson ID# 21792768 Physics Section 12 10/4/07 Experiment 2: A Measurement of Acceleration Due to Gravity Introduction: The main purpose of the experiment is to measure the acceleration of an object due to gravity, which can be done by using a f
Experiment 3 In-Lab Questions
1. Yes, the plot of my position vs. time graph is parabolic. This implies that acceleration is
constant.
2. With the same amount of force the acceleration would decrease. It would decrease by a
factor of about one-half. It wo
Circular Motion Lab
Adam Suvalskas
Week 2 Alex Lombardi
4/8/13
Abstract:
In this experiment my partner and I had to prove the theory of circular motion. To do this
we had to set up a model that would help us prove this theory. The model we used was circul
Greg Forbes
Physics 151-L35
Room: Hasbrouck Lab Additional Room 214
Abstract
For our second experiment, my lab partners and I recorded a ball falling to the ground and
bouncing back up with the PASCO sensor and recorded the experiment with the data run on
Physics 151-L35
Abstract
For our sixth experiment, my lab partner and I calculated the velocities of masses in
elastic collisions and inelastic collisions before and after they collided. When performing the
experiment, we used a surface that was almost fr
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Physics 151-L35
Room: Hasbrouck Lab Additional Room 214
Abstract
In our third experiment, my lab partner and I calculated the acceleration of a pulley
system with two masses on either side. The mass on the frictionless table was bigger than the
mass pu
Free Fall Lab
Adam Suvalskas
Section 153
February 22, 2013
Abstract:
This lab experiment was to show how an object experiences free fall. When an object is
in free fall it is moving at a constant acceleration and is subject to Earths gravity which is -9.8
Physics 151-L35
Room: Hasbrouck Lab Additional Room 214
Abstract
For our fifth experiment, my lab partner and I calculated the frequencies,
accelerations, and centripetal forces of a mass attached to a rotating apparatus. The
mass was attached by a spring
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Physics 151(153)
Section 35
Abstract
For our fourth experiment, my lab partner and I recorded three different masses attached
by a string to a pulley system with a rotational apparatus holding the other end of the string.
With the PASCO sensor, we spec
Experiment 1: Measurements and Uncertainties
Greg Forbes
Physics 151-L35
Room: Hasbrouck Lab Additional Room 214
Due Date: September 28th, 2012
In the first experiment my lab partner and I measured a brass rectangular prism with a
paper ruler. We measured
Elastic
Inelastic
m1
.2017 kg
.3017 kg
.2017 kg
m1
.2017 kg
m2
.2018 kg
.2018 kg
.3018 kg
m2
.2018 kg
v0
0.8/0.03
0.61/0.05
0.67/0.03
v0
0.23/0.06
m1
m2
m1v0
.2017 kg
.3017 kg
.2017 kg
.2018 kg
.2018 kg
.3018 kg
m1
m2
.2017 kg
.2018 kg
v1
0.01/0.01
0.14/0
Physics 151 Fall 2016
Experiment 2: Forces and Newton's 2nd Law
Lab Report Questions
(14 points)
1. Plot a graph of a vs m/(m+M) from data Logger Pro. Perform a linear fit. What quantity
does the slope represent? State (separately from your plot) the slop
Sean Larson ID# 21792768 Physics Section 12 10/18/07 Experiment 3: Forces- Newton's Second Law Introduction: The main purpose of this lab is to prove Newton's Second Law of motion, F=ma. The acceleration a of the system is given by a=M2*g/ M1+M2. The
Energy and Work
Physics 151
Hasbrouck
October 30, 14
Abstract
The point of this lab is to observe the connection between work and energy (KE and PE).
Questions and Answers
1. Plot graph for your three sets of measurements of v2 vs. yi y. Perform a linear
Free Fall
Physics 151
Hasbrouck 214
September 18, 2014
Abstract
The point of this experiment is to find an experimental value for the acceleration due to
gravity, g, and compare it to the real value of 9.8 m/s2.
Questions and Answers
1. Plot a graph of po
Sean Larson ID# 21792768 Physics Section 12 11/1/07 Experiment 4: Conservation of Momentum Introduction: The main purpose of this lab is to prove Newton's Second Law, also known as conservation of momentum, p=MV where V is the velocity and M is the m
Sean Larson ID# 21792768 Physics Section 12 10/18/07 Experiment 3: Forces- Newton's Second Law Introduction: The main purpose of this lab is to prove Newton's Second Law of motion, F=ma. The acceleration a of the system is given by a=M2*g/ M1+M2. The
Sean Larson ID# 21792768 Physics Section 12 11/1/07 Experiment 4: Conservation of Momentum Introduction: The main purpose of this lab is to prove Newton's Second Law, also known as conservation of momentum, p=MV where V is the velocity and M is the m
Sean Larson ID# 21792768 Physics Section 12 12/13/07 Experiment 6: Simple and Damped Harmonic Motion Introduction: The main purpose of this lab is to compare the time in seconds that the apparatus, both simple and damped, gives for a period of oscill
Sean Larson ID# 21792768 Physics Section 12 9/20/07 Experiment 1: Measurements Introduction All experiments in physics require some type of measurements to be done and it is necessary to realize that these measurements have been made with something c
Simple and Damped Harmonic Motion
Abstract: The purpose of this lab was to observe the concept of simple harmonic motion. The objective also included observing the period and amplitude of oscillation when simple harmonic motion was damped and un- dam
Conservation Laws Lab
Adam Suvalskas
Section 153 week 1
3/25/13
Abstract:
The purpose of this lab was to explain the laws of conservation of momentum and
kinetic energy. To do this my partner and I had the setup of an air track in front of us. We had
two
Energy and Work Lab
Week 2 Alex Lombardi
Adam Suvalskas
4/23/13
Abstract:
The purposed of this lab is to prove how one form of energy can change into another
form of energy. In this lab we were to calculate the gravitational potential energy of an object
Newtons 2nd Law Lab
Adam Suvalskas
Section 153
March 4, 2013
Abstract:
In this experiment, my lab partner and I had to use an air track and a motion sensor to
observe Newtons second law of motion. To do this, we had to turn on the air track and set the
ma
Measurements and Uncertainty
Adam Suvalskas
Physics 151 section 153
Hasbrouck room 214
2/5/13
Abstract: In this lab our purpose was to find out why is it that when we make measurement,
there are certain levels of error and uncertainty. To do this, we were